Place to Place Review

place to placeStory:
Tsumiki and Lo are in love with each other but too shy to admit it. As they spend their high school days with their friends, they slowly grow closer…

Slap stick is as serious as it ever gets in this show, this does mean we see some blood from “injuries,” but it is always in a comedic fashion and never taken seriously.

Nothing worst than a few d-mns and a shit or two. It’s very uncommon though.

We really don’t get much of this thankfully, besides some comedic flashes referencing some cliche romance scenarios. No details are shown.

Aside from the usual shrine visits, we don’t have anything going on in this section.

Personal impression:
Another very cute and wonderfully healthy relationship on screen! This was a series I actually didn’t hear about when it first aired, a shame as it’s cute, sweet and comedic. The music, visuals and characters all work together to keep thing extremely light and sugary.
We even got character growth by the end, though it’s very tame and slow. Then again, that’s perhaps more fitting to the age group than most shows these days. It’s a really nice romance and I wish we got more of these and less of the usual drama one-trick-ponies. Then again, our teeth might rot out of our heads if that were to happen….

Personal rating: 10+

Episodes: 12
Language: Sub
Official rating: TV14
Genre: Slice of life, romance, comedy
Studio: AIC
Company: Sentai Filmworks
Official streaming: Yahoo View