February 27, 2020

Miss Caretaker of Sunohara sou Season 2 Release Date (2019 Updates)

If you are searching for Miss Caretaker of Sunohara sou Season 2 (Sunohara-sou no Kanrinin-san Season 2). Well stay with us you will find your answer.

Miss Caretaker of Sunohara sou

Miss Caretaker of Sunohara sou is a very cute slice of life bit of a harem romance anime. It’s very simplistic in its design, which is not a negative thing.
But it’s very interesting to see how this anime approaches it.
This is one of those animes it’s very much based on a young boy that is perceived to be a female. Because he’s very feminine looking.
But wants to be seen as a man seen as a much more masculine individual.
Of course, him going through that sort of day to day life of him trying to prove himself grow as an individual line skills and self reflect on himself.
While this anime at first appearance can be seen very simplistic. It definitely has some interesting underlying messages that it’s trying to tell.
There is definitely an interesting cast of characters.
It is very much based on the one male character and a large cost of female characters as he lives in a house with just females.
He’s left home to kind of adventure on his own for particular reasons you find out more in-depth in Episode 11. Especially when you find out how his sister treats him.
It does answer a lot of things that, his sister treats him as a sister, which is why he left he wanted to be treated as a man as a grownup.
You can definitely see that he’s trying to sort of forge his own path and grow though there are definitely some.
I would say cliches when it comes to itemizing which can put it from being taken seriously.
But for me personally, I feel like I just enjoyed the sense of just the simplicity in itself.
It’s a very simple design simple story, which gives it that easy to just kind of sit back relax and watch.
It’s not meant to be somewhat read through heavy deep meaning though it has some underlining messages.
I just personally myself really enjoyed it because of the simple story that it was trying to tell.

Miss Caretaker of Sunohara sou Season 2 (2019 Updates)

Currently, to the date, there is no official announcements or any credible information that is legit of Miss Caretaker of Sunohara sou Season 2.
If any information comes out from studio I will update superfast.

Chances of Miss Caretaker of Sunohara sou Season 2

I feel like the chances for Miss Caretaker of Sunohara sou Season 2 are extremely high. But at the same time, we will never get season 2.
The reason I actually think popularity and source material that will hold it back from getting a second season.
Because this anime won’t be super popular. It won’t be recognized in the big grand scheme of things.
I don’t think it will get many sales but because of how simplistic the actual art style is, how much they reuse the backdrops and how also simple the animations are.
There isn’t much of a budget that needs to be put into this anime to get it a second season,
It can be done very cheaply, which is why I actually think this anime could get a second season.
It also depends on how much source material there is I haven’t gotten into the source material. I don’t plan to it’s just an anime that enjoy watching for what it is.
There is definitely a lot of story to explore because of the system being introduced at Episode 11. There is definitely talk of the parents as well and at the same time they don’t even explore the school live.
He never actually is seen at school though it shows that he’s going to school. It shows him in his school uniform.
He never shows him at school ribbed the other girls that live with him which is something that they could do at a later date.

Anime Like Sunohara-sou no Kanrinin-san

There is definitely a lot of others animes out there that follow a similar style.

  1. Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon
  2. Kanokon
  3. Soredemo Sekai wa Utsukushii

That it thanks for reading. Foxen

Rie Kiriyama

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