When I showed the four episodes of ‘Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S’ to the residents of Nerima Ward who did not watch the animation, the man cried.

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There are various kinds of animation, and it is not just good quality. I (Nakazawa) sometimes get tired if the quality is not good, the content is severe, and there is no gap. When working, it can be painful if you don’t get through properly.

In that respect, the sense of balance of “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid” is perfect. You can see it with one hand without thinking about anything, and it makes you feel at the moment. I think it’s a good anime for working adults, so I showed it to Yoshio in the next seat.

What is Yoshio?

Yoshio doesn’t watch anime. However, since it is straightforward, I see quite a few recommended ones. By the way, the founder of RocketNews24 and everyone’s boss. I’m from Nerima Ward.

When I talked about “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid,” Yoshio started seeing it right away. I feel like I was crackling my computer until a while ago, but I think I was picking it up with Notepad.

“Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S” Episode 4

By the way, I recommended to Yoshio the latest episode, “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S,” episode 4 on Amazon Prime. This is halfway because in this episode, Toshimaen, an amusement park in Nerima Ward, appears.

Although it is called “Parkour Land” in work, the park’s scenery, merry-go-round, haunted house, food court, etc., are all included. “Toshimaen” is also written in the item of end roll coverage cooperation.

Nerima residents see results.

Therefore, I thought it would be easy for Yoshio to get along with. With this as a kick, it is a strategy to get hooked on the world’s swamp of “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid.”

Reason for crying

It’s an unexpected reaction when I think it’s good. Episode 4 should have been dropped in a slapstick atmosphere, even if there was a scene that was a little sloppy. The gentleness wasn’t enough to cry. What happened to Yoshio?

Yoshio “No, Parkour Land is too much. Is it an excellent reproducibility? When I think that Toshimaen will continue to live, I’m crying. “

In August 2020, the curtain was closed on the history of 1994. It is no exaggeration to say that Yoshio, a resident of Nerima Ward, grew up with Toshimaen, the coming-of-age ceremony, as well as the amusement park he first visited.

Parkour Land in Episode 4 of “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid” that Nerima residents can’t help but cry. Yoshio finally tweeted: “Toshimaen is alive. In everyone. ” Toshimaen Forever.

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