Although the year is coming close to an end, there is no lack of fun for Kokoa Hoto and the other café waitresses! From bazaars to festivals, life is as enjoyable as it gets. As for Chino Kafuu and her middle school friends—the friendly Megumi Natsu and the playful Maya Jouga—they begin to look towards the future and decide on a high school to enroll in.
Bonds of friendship and exciting adventures blend into Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? Bloom as the joyful lives of the café waitresses continue.
First Impressions: Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? Bloom
Welcome Anime enthusiasts, lovers, and otakus to another stimulating review by your very own “The Anime Critic”. Today’s spotlight is on an adorable slice of life series, “Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? Bloom” or in English – “Is The Order a Rabbit? Bloom”. This anime is the 3rd season of the much-loved series, and boy has it been a long wait! So, let’s relish in the enchanting world of fluffy bunnies, delicious pastries, and heartwarming friendship.
Our story revolves around an endearing cast of characters-workaholic Kafuu Chino, cheerful Tedeza Rize, and the ever-laid-back Hoto Kokoa. These three together run a small yet warm and cozy café called “Rabbit House”. The café has a unique mascot- a cute, squishy rabbit named Tippy who has more to him than meets the eye. This anime explores the beautifully simplistic life of these girls as they serve coffee, bake pastries, and unfold the magic of friendships with their quirky and loveable customers, all while enjoying the small wonders of life.
With the arrival of spring, the girls are even more enthusiastic about their café, the cherry blossom viewing, and the new cafe menus they plan to introduce. Meanwhile, Chino’s father makes some changes in the bar he manages, and there’s also a mysterious new visitor who is about to shake things up in the quiet life of our beloved characters. Amongst all this, they continue to bond and form even stronger friendships, with lots of laughter and heartwarming moments sprinkled in for good measure.
First off, the animation in “Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? Bloom” is guaranteed to blow you away. It excellently paints a vivid picture of the gorgeous settings and the stunningly designed characters. Every detail is intentionally crafted to make you feel an inherent sense of coziness and peace from the very first episode. The palette is soft, the transitions smooth, and the scenes are brimming with adorableness that will make you want to dive right into the Rabbit House.
The soundtrack of this anime is just as comforting as its visuals. The background music has a gentle rhythm and the ending theme is pure joy! It’s light, soothing, and inevitably adds that extra warmth to the series. Each track blended seamlessly with the ongoing situation, granting the anime a harmonious rhythm that puts your heart at peace the moment you press play on the episode. If you’re a fan of inviting melodies and cheery tunes, this anime’s got you covered!
When it comes to characters, each one is brimming with charm and they all engage in hilarious interactions and dialogues, which will split your sides from laughter. Their camaraderie is engaging and their distinct personalities beautifully complement each other. However, the true star of the show is the character development. Over the episodes, we slowly but surely witness their bonds growing stronger and their individual identities maturing.
Ultimately, “Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? Bloom” is a heartwarming tale of friendship, fun and the small joys of life, bundled up with dash of cuteness. It’s a perfect pick for someone craving a relaxing anime with hilarious comedy and charming characters. If you enjoyed the previous seasons, you will absolutely love this one, and even if you are new to the series, this anime can be enjoyed on its own as well!
So, should you Rent, Buy, or Stream it? I say, definitely Stream! It’s a series that’s enjoyable anytime you’re in need of cheering up with its light-hearted and sweet vibes. So, animate your senses with the enthralling world of Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? Bloom! It’s an order you won’t regret!
Reviewed by The Anime Critic
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