Moyashimon Review

Plot: Moyasimon follows the life of Tadayasu Sawaki, a first-year college student at an agricultural university, who has the unique ability to see and communicate with micro-organisms and bacteria. Additionally, these organisms look much different to him, and much larger, than what can be seen under a microscope by normal people. This ability has brought him a bit of fame as when he entered the university, Tadayasu discovered that one of the professors there, Keizō Itsuki, already knew about his gift via Tadayasu’s grandfather. Professor Itsuki’s coworker Haruka Hasegawa has trouble believing what Tadayasu claims at first, but later comes to accept it. Tadayasu enters the university with his good friend Kei Yūki whose family runs a sake brewery.

My Turn: I just started watching this anime yesterday, and I was captivated by the germs and all. This anime is a fun and a very funny anime. I like the way the animators made the germs look cute but at the same time kind of odd.  Tho only running with 11 episodes which I think is very very short for an interesting anime, it had a lot to give with its different and colorful micro-organisms, and its grate plot/story.  The ending was a bit of a let down also because it felt like it was missing something, and I cant put my finger on it.  I was sad to see it end real quick.  So I have to give this anime an 8/10.

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