Minami-ke Tadaima 13

Minami-ke Tadaima

Poor Fujioka, forever not getting it on with Kana :(

Well, this ends the second season of Minami-ke. A good follow-up to the first season, I’ll admit the jokes got a bit too routine towards the end. It’s not like I didn’t find them not funny, they just weren’t really remarkable much. Best was the vegetable fairy episode, I guess.

Nevertheless, it was still a decent watch overall, just maybe not so sharp on the joke delivery towards the end.

Minami-ke Tadaima

Bye bye!


  1. anon Said,

    April 5, 2013 @ 1:56 am

    Well said.
    Great 2nd season. Hoping for a 3rd season.

  2. Giorno Giovanna Said,

    April 5, 2013 @ 4:43 am

    Why are they still making more seasons of anime?
    Nothing will ever come close to Inferno Witch Academia…

  3. anonon Said,

    April 5, 2013 @ 5:35 am

    Isn’t this the 4th season…?

  4. Rei Said,

    April 5, 2013 @ 7:44 am

    I’m so sad it ended. Will miss it greatly till the next time!

  5. moridin84 Said,

    April 5, 2013 @ 1:01 pm

    Well I don’t feel too sorry for Fujioka. If the show ever ends for real then Fujioka will definitely get a Kana END.

  6. anise_punter Said,

    April 6, 2013 @ 12:51 pm

    Kurogane, pretty sure this was the third season. The one from 2009 was definitely worthy. :P

  7. tadaima Said,

    April 6, 2013 @ 5:10 pm

    The Minami girls are in their kimonos for New Years, but Kana decides to pull Chiaki’s obi, so that she’s spun around, as often happens in old samurai movies. Chiaki wants revenge, but ends up snagging Haruka’s obi and spinning her. Chiaki and Haruka then decide to get revenge on Kana. They manage to snag her and spin her by yanking her obi off. Uchida, Yoshino, and Touma arrive in kimonos, Touma dressed in a male kimono. The Minami girls have to get dressed again before they all head to a shrine to participate in the festivities.

  8. tadaima Said,

    April 7, 2013 @ 3:27 pm

    At school, Miyuki and Keiko recount their overseas trip as Riko ends up telling Kana she went to her grandmother’s place in Kyoto. Keiko is worried about an upcoming school marathon, which is six miles long. Riko wonders why they are using miles instead of meters and kilometers. Since Riko is speaking in a Kyoto dialect, Kana wants her snapped out of it, but Keiko and Miyuki end up speaking the same dialect. Kana consults with Fujioka, who comes over to speak with them about the marathon. Riko is happy to see Fujioka’s smile, and the three girls stop speaking Kyoto. However, as the conversation continues, Kana gets frustrated and ends up speaking in the Kyoto dialect herself with the others speak normally.

  9. tadaima Said,

    April 7, 2013 @ 4:03 pm

    Mako-chan is at the Minami apartment as Kana explains Setsubun to “her,” which is a festival just before spring where beans are thrown at symbolic oni (a person in an oni mask). Kana puts on a red oni mask and Mako-chan throws beans at her. Kana says it will take billions of beans to defeat her, so Chiaki throws her teddy bear at Kana, offering one to Mako-chan as well. When Haruka gets home, the floor is covered in beans. She asks them to clean up as she makes a snack of a lucky roll cake. Kana demands more because she’s an oni, so Mako-chan borrows the mask to get another slice as well. Chiaki gets one without a mask. Kana wants the oni gone unless the oni is useful. Thus she issues commands to Mako-chan. Chiaki puts on the mask and simply insults Kana with her usual “bakayarou” name. She goes to help Haruka in the kitchen and finds herself asked to peel carrots. As an oni, Chiaki demands there be no vegetables, but Haruka doesn’t give in to Chiaki’s demand.

  10. tadaima means i'm home Said,

    April 7, 2013 @ 4:51 pm

    Hayami observes a girl in the class knitting, so she decides to put Hosaka onto the idea of knitting something for Haruka. Initially, Hosaka refuses, but Hayami succeeds in getting him interested to knit something for Christmas. Meanwhile, with winter upon them, Maki gets a knew coat and shows it off to Atsuko on their way to school. After getting there, Hayami decides to ask Atsuko her preference – cocoa or coffee, relating it to Maki’s new coat. Hosaka summons Atsuko to ask her a vague question, which turns out to be about Maki’s coat and Haruka’s coat. Atsuko heads to the Minami residence after school, where Uchida and Kana start grilling her on the magic of love, which she somehow compares to a coat that is the color of milk tea.

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