I have to admit, this was the show I was most excited about, more than Fate/Stay Night because of Hazumu. Yes I have to admit, I’m totally attracted to him. She’s just so moééé~~~~~~.
Frankly though, some part of me feels like it’s an forbidden attraction, because Hazumu is originally a he. The aliens had to nicely crashland on him and change him into a girl. Not just any girl, but a *chou kawaii*, *chou moé* girl too. Somewhere in my conscience, a voice is saying that this is immoral, which obviously makes it more attractive.
Anyways, Kashimashi is pretty much a shoujo-ai love triangle story among Hazumu(♥♥!!), Yasuna and Tonari-chan.I’ve already read the manga up till Volume 2, so I won’t give away much of the plot for it. But so far, it’s following the manga’s plot.
Production quality is OK, with the animation above average. The *seiyuu’s* provide much of the lift needed for Kashimashi, with a stellar cast consisting of **Tamura Yukari**(**Nanoha** , **Ranpha**, **Tiriel Twincest**) as Tonari, **Ueda Kana**(**Hayate**(♥♥!!)) as Hazumu(♥♥!! +10 moé) and the venerable **Yui Horie** (**Narusegawa**) as Yasuna-chan. Ueda Kana’s male voice for Hazumu sounds very funny though, but luckily we’re not going to hear it anymore. The OP by eufonius sounds pretty good, but no ED this episode. The main attraction of Kashimashi is Hazumu, the storyline and rom-com anyways, which is looking good for this episode. Definitely picking it up.