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Japanese Title: Nobunaga Sensei no Osanazuma
The teacher Nobunaga has been dreaming that one day a girl that liked him would suddenly appear, as it happens in his games. The 14-year-old girl Kicho appears right in front of him and proclaims to be his wife. Kicho seems to be from the Warring States Period and mistakes Nobunaga for the warlord Oda Nobunaga and approaches him to have babies… The main guy, who is only thinking of games, and the young girl from the Warring States Period are leading characters with a great age gap in this love comedy.
I like short anime for many reasons. First, no matter how bad they are, anyone has the mental fortitude to get through 7 minutes (exceptions exist). Second, there is no time to waste on frivolous and out-of-genre scenes and tropes. You need to get to the point and stay there. Nobunaga is not my cup of tea but it stays put to what it was created to do: tantalize young men with its near-ecchi concept. Nobunaga is the descendant of a very famous Japanese historical leader. He is 28 years old, a teacher, and your typical horny young man. His mind is fixated on just one thing: getting a girlfriend. In 7 minutes, he directly expresses his envy of a student couple, indirectly accepts a student’s proposal to date him after she graduates, gets scolded by his parents for not getting married, summons his 15-year-old great-great-great grandmother and hopes he could marry her. All that flows forward through short gags that have to do with Nobunaga’s almost idiotic nature and Kichou (the girl from the past) being oblivious to modern-day etiquette. It might get funnier in the future, but I think it’s just going to get ecchier.
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