Zawsze in love

”You keep the loông xã. I’ll keep the key. Let’s always wear them, and treasure them forever. Someday, when we’re all grown up và are reunited, we’ll use this key lớn take out what’s been locked inside. And then…”


Do you still rethành viên the next line? If you vày then you’re probably lượt thích me. One of those people who got inkhổng lồ anime a decade ago & who discovered during their teenage years, an anime who stood out despite its generic thiết đặt and genre. In 20trăng tròn, it is already an old and somehow forgotten anime, it has been more than 6 years now since its initial release. I recently got baông xã into some old anime just to lớn feel some good old nostalgia và I decided to lớn watch one of my first harem romcom. I didn’t expect anything to lớn begin with other than some self-cringe, but khổng lồ my surprise, I ended up with a series that took me baông chồng inlớn the past. Back to the time when I was able lớn enjoy generic stories without pointing out flaws & making up a detailed analysis for every episode.

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The romcom was actually incredibly hilarious & fun lớn watch, and for the first time in a while, I did not abandon the series midway. Nisekoi is probably one of the most well-known romcom harem anime of 2014 and it wouldn’t be surprising if the vast majority of you guys have sầu watched it or read its manga. I watched it bachồng in my middle school days & it was a period when I was engulfed in romcom series with a touch of harem.

This blog is dedicated lớn the first 12 episodes of this incredible work. I am not going to lớn make a Review about this anime as hundreds of people have already done so. Today, I just want to lớn talk about Nisekoi.



Why Nisekoi should have sầu been an average show

Nisekoi stands for False Love in Japanese và is an anime adaptation aired in năm trước. It tells the story of Ichijou Raku and his high school life. As the young master of the Yakuzas, you cannot say he is your average high school boy. Regardless, he tries to blend inlớn society in the most normal way possible. Everything begins when he gets kicked in the face by a beautiful blonde haired girl jumping across the school wall. Pissed off by the incident he enters class only to notice that the same girl is a new transfer student who is coincidentally in the same class as hyên. What’s worse is that when he returns back trang chính, he is suddenly informed of how there’s an ongoing conflict between the Yakuzas and some foreign gangsters. His father tells hyên ổn that in order to quell the situation, he must pretkết thúc khổng lồ be the boyfriend of the foreign gang’s young mibức xúc. Unfortunately for Raku, that girl turns out lớn be the new transfer student who kicked hyên in the face.


Now I know what you are thinking. This plot seems pretty generic and simple. To be fair and honest with you, it is plain and simple. If there’s one thing that Nisekoi has, it is a simple và basic storyline. Fortunately that does not equal to Nisekoi being an average anime và quite on the contrary of many beliefs, its simple plot allowed the story to develop inkhổng lồ something impressive & lovable.

Let me put it this way, reading my summary was pretty boring right? Well how about I add some additional information inkhổng lồ this introduction: this anime is made by Shaft.


Ok jokes aside, no person who hadn’t read the manga expected the anime to lớn be more than just average. Why is that so? What makes Nisekoi different from all those romcom harem anime? To be absolutely honest with you I’m not sure myself, but here’s my experience from what I felt when watching the anime.



One thing I noticed from Nisekoi after having rewatched the first 15 minutes of episode 1 was that I was laughing hard. I don’t think I was simply laughing because it is supposed lớn be funny, but rather because Nisekoi had a very dumb vibe. Yes, I’m sorry but it is literally dumb. If you think about it, it is actually rather logic for it to be dumb since the premise of the story is kind of unrealistic. However, shaft manages lớn make you completely engulfed into the atmosphere without even you noticing & the only hints you get are the absurdly hilarious scenes. From a guy getting kicked in the face khổng lồ hyên ổn breaking apart a cellular tissue in his brain just lớn sprout out the word “gorilla girl”, everything is kind of comedic at the beginning.

Of course you might argue that every kind of romcom anime has these scenes, but shaft does it better than any other studtiện ích ios. They make the scenes look important và suggestive sầu. As many of you Monogatari fans out there probably know, shaft is very creative sầu with the filming và how khổng lồ control the point of view. It allowed you lớn really feel the emotions of the characters và khổng lồ feel part of this story meant for the characters only. That could only lead khổng lồ one thing: Youth.


You see Nisekoi is a romcom anime in a high school, therefore it is about teenagers and their stories. If you’re a teenager watching Nisekoi just lượt thích me bachồng in the days, you would feel a khung of excitement because of the notion of youth expressed. And if you were an older adult (like me right now) then there’s definitely some feeling of nostalgia like remembering the past. Nisekoi is able lớn bring out the youth in the romcom genre that so many other anime cannot fulfill & that’s one of the most incredible things about this anime. There’s no doubt that it isn’t the only example of its genre, but it is also exactly why it is a good romcom. But if I’m writing a blog about this anime, then surely this isn’t all Nisekoi has to offer right?


A good Harem

We always say that a good story needs a anh hùng và a villain. Actually it is always lượt thích that in every story on the outside và it is what basically allows the writer khổng lồ phối up his work. Nisekoi is no exception và the key to unlocking this is…. A harem. Ok hear me out first. There is a harem in Nisekoi, 3 main female protagonists & multiple other girls. I’ve never been a big người of harems và very often, I feel like a good anime is poisoned by the very idea of setting up a harem. However, here it serves an important purpose. There exists two types of harem: one for material (fanservice, choices, more screenplay…) và another one is for the story progression. Nisekoi is a harem that follows the latter one.


So what is so good about a harem with story progression? Well let me give sầu you an idea of how Nisekoi unfolds. Raku has in his memories a girl whom he promised to lớn be together with in the future. At the same time he’s in love sầu with Koseki Onodera. Then there’s Kirisaki Chitoge who arrives & at last Tachibana Marika. At first Ichijou believes Onodera might be the girl he made a promise with 10 years ago, until he finds out that Chitoge also possess a key and might possibly be the actual girl. And when he finds a picture of hyên with Marika, he then starts suspecting it khổng lồ be her. Meanwhile during all those story revelations, feelings start developing. Raku và Onodera discovers multiple hints regarding their feelings, all while Chitoge starts developing a khung of affection towards Raku và the arrival of Marika, who already loved Raku a lot completely destabilizes the entire scene.

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It’s a clusterfuck of uncertain feelings between 4 people that will have you piông chồng sides & make you question just who the actual girl with the key is. In terms of entertainment, if you liked triangle love sầu stories, then as you can see here, you got a 3 chiều representation of that triangle where the MC is at the middle. Pretty spicy don’t you think.

Apart from that, it really allows the series to lớn create some incredibly deep feelings even if you may not have noticed it. For example what would you vì chưng if you were Raku? Who would you choose? And why so? The same questions could be applied on the girls & especially if we were lớn be put in the same situation as them. If you were Marika & you realized that the person you’ve loved for during 10 whole years have sầu a girlfriover and feelings for someone else, what would you do? How would you come khổng lồ accept this reality & how would you face your feelings? There’s a comtháng misconception when it comes to lớn harem anime. Harem is not supposed to promote the idea of having multiple relationships at the same time, it is quite the opposite. Because there can only be one person, there can only be one outcome. Does this sound familiar to you in the real life? Well guess what, this is exactly what real life high school relationships are about. And what comes together with all of these? Drama.

In fact there’s so much drama material in Nisekoi that sometimes you forget it’s a harem. Nisekoi knows how powerful a harem can be và the story exploits this to its maximum. You can clearly feel the uncertain feelings coming from Raku & how he tries khổng lồ deny every realization. That’s proof that he doesn’t really know his own feelings and that’s also when you start questioning about whether his love for Onodera is as strong as seen on the outside.

There’s also a really interesting aspect of love sầu in Nisekoi that completely legitimizes its title: On a linear representation, there are 3 different feelings between Raku and each girl. The feeling they both have when it’s about the girl 10 years ago. The feeling between Raku & the girls in terms of people in the same school having the same high school experience & the feeling when it comes khổng lồ them as the “young master” or “young mistress”. It’s as if they live 3 different lives while trying lớn underst& their feelings in 3 different ways. But then, what are the feelings that are real và which ones are the false? If Marika was the girl Raku made a promise lớn 10 years ago, would he still love Onodera? If Chitoge did confess her love lớn Raku, then as “technically lovers” would he put that into consideration? Those are questions that we cannot help but ask ourselves and that the characters in the anime tackle in nearly every single episode.


So is it a Masterpiece?

No, it’s not a Monogatari or Seishun Buta Yarou. And if people were to lớn argue about all the flaws in the anime, I wouldn’t deny them. There are many flaws in Nisekoi và the ideas I have sầu been talking about had not always been interpreted in the best way. Nonetheless, Nisekoi is special and has a place no other anime can simply have sầu. Why so? Well there’s all the stuff I’ve sầu talked about but also, the characters.

Nisekoi has some pretty generic characters: Shy và Innocent girl, the Tsundere, the one who cannot help but excessively love sầu the mc, & the “nice” mc. I want to lớn make things clear, Raku is a nice person, but there are very few male protagonists that can actually be lượt thích hyên. Raku in my opinion is as closest as we can get khổng lồ an actual nice person. We always criticize “nice” mcs for being kém chất lượng và without personalities.

Raku is not like that at all, in fact he feels lượt thích a person you would meet in real life. Sure his background is absurd but that’s unrelated lớn him as a person. He’s not the “I need khổng lồ vì everything I can in order to please the girls” guy but he thinks about what’s good for someone. He is an actual nice person who cares more about others than himself & we can see that through his emotions. You could see hyên ổn as a Kirilớn but better (just kidding). Raku knows you have to lớn work hard in order khổng lồ achieve sầu something và that is especially true when you want to lớn obtain the best for everyone. He makes mistakes and can be sometimes rash but despite his flaws, he doesn’t reject them & instead face them in order lớn improve sầu as a person. That is character development.

As for Chitoge, she’s a tsundere sure but she’s once again, human. She doesn’t hit Raku because she’s supposed to lớn or because she’s portrayed as a tsundere, she has an actual tsundere personality that you can appreciate. And there’s more lớn her than just being a tsundere, her personality is complex, and you can see that at times she acts differently according khổng lồ her emotions. It is absolutely the same for both Marika and Onodera. Marika is lovable sure, but we all know that’s only something on the surface và that she just wants lớn spend more time with Raku in order to know hlặng better. Onodera is much more complex than being a pure và shy girl. She pays cthua thảm attention lớn her surroundings and asserts her will when it matters. We all know how she feels on the inside và we can clearly see that she’s just a normal introverted girl that gets flustered when being in front of the person she likes.


So what is your point?

Well I um, Chitoge is best girl after all. Ok please don’t kill me. Seriously though, Nisekoi is a decent anime that is worth watching & rewatching. There’s a lot of things you actually get khổng lồ learn from the anime và plenty other things you get reminded of. It definitely has a special place in my heart, & it is one of this anime I can brag about to lớn my newbie weebs.

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I also wanted lớn talk about how we can love sầu a show without it having to lớn be a masterpiece và just enjoy some dumb comedy while reminding ourselves that this is actually just a depiction of what we expect from youth. I’m not saying that Nisekoi is just my personal special romcom và that it’s actually average. As I mentioned at the very beginning, Nisekoi is far from average and is truly special. It just depends on how you look at things. Nevertheless I wanted to lớn say the stuff I had khổng lồ say, some may điện thoại tư vấn it trash and others may venerate it as the “ultimate love sầu story” but for me, it’s just an anime that I can truly be zaswze in love sầu with.

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