Nobunaga's Early Years
- Episodes : 12
- Genre : Action, Historical, Drama, Samurai
- Airing Date : July 2019 - September 2019
- Producers : Studio Deen
Kochouki: Wakaki Nobunaga Introduction and Story
From a young age, Nobunaga was destined for greatness. With his brother and followers by his side, Nobunaga learns and grows through the trials and tribulations he faces. Throughout his journey, Nobunaga is able to overcome the obstacles in his path with a combination of his strategic prowess and the help of his loyal followers. Kochouki: Wakaki Nobunaga follows the story of Oda Nobunaga's youth as he becomes one of the most fearsome daimyos around.
1. The Story
The story of Kochouki: Wakaki Nobunaga is by far one of the best aspects of the series. There are a lot of great things the series does with both the story and the characters that make it quite exciting to watch. Nobunaga's character is handled especially well, showing us how he grows as both a human and as a strategist.
Oda Nobunaga is no stranger to the world of anime, but Kochouki: Wakaki Nobunaga takes a unique approach with his story. The anime takes a more historical approach to the history of Nobunaga, going through many years of his life and focusing on his younger years. There is a nice balance between the historical information being presented and the action sequences
3. The Visuals
Kochouki: Wakaki Nobunaga is a nice looking anime. Every aspect of the visuals is very aesthetically pleasing from the backgrounds to the colorful character designs. The action scenes are also very nice to look at and are some of the best-looking things in the series.
1. The Ending
The storytelling throughout the series is kind of up in down with more good parts than bad ones. However, the finale is by far the worst part of the story. The episode tries to wrap up so many different plot points at once and skips over a lot of details with what all is going on and how certain events get wrapped up. The series could have really used another episode or two, to help wrap up its story.
2. Can Be Boring At Times
The enjoyment of Kochouki: Wakaki Nobunaga is entirely dependent on your desire to learn more about the history of Oda Nobunaga. With the anime focusing on historical accuracy there is a lot here to enjoy if you like learning about things, but it can also be kind of slow and boring at times with only the occasional action scene to break up all of the info being thrown at you.
Kochouki: Wakaki Nobunaga is an interesting series with a lot to enjoy. While it may not be for everyone, if you like historical anime, or if you just want to see some otome game style boys going to war, you may just love this series. What did you think of Kochouki: Wakaki Nobunaga? Do you think it is worth watching? Let us know be leaving us a comment.