Only Love Girls Before They’ve Had Their Periods!
- Episodes : 12
- Genre : Slice of Life, Comedy, Shoujo Ai
- Airing Date : October 2018 - December 2018
- Studios : Doga Kobo
Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! Introduction
Takanashi Misha is a half-Russian half-Japanese elementary school girl who is still mourning the loss of her mother and living with her Japanese step-father whom she refers to by his first name, Yasuhiro. Since Yasuhiro works so much, he has employed Kamoi Tsubame, a former JSDF officer, to work as the housekeeper. Tsubame may seem a bit like a strict military officer, but she’s a devoted lolicon who dreams of marrying Misha who wants nothing to do with Tsubame!
1. Lolicon Comedy
If you love anime with lolicon humor like Ro-Kyu-Bu! or Softenni, with a mostly all girl cast, you’ll love Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! Tsubame practically gushes over Misha and dreams of marrying her so often times, she imagines that whatever good she does for Misha will result in Misha wanting to marry her and start planning their ceremony. Meanwhile, Misha wants nothing more than to get rid of Tsubame and thinks the worst of her so the two characters really contrast making a great comedy. Plus, Tsubame constantly says how she only loves girls before they have their periods!
Honestly, the best part of Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! has to be the characters. Our favorite has to be Tsubame who is an absolutely extreme lolicon—considering she only likes girls before they’ve had their first menstrual cycle—and a former officer in the JSDF. You’d never imagine that with her demeanor, minus the eye patch. Then there’s Misha who’s adorable in so many ways and dreams of being a hikikomori more or less. Plus there are a few other characters who are a great laugh like the masochist Midori and the little pet ferret and hamsters of Misha’s! The cast absolutely makes Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! a great comedy anime to watch.
1. Lolicon Humor
If you are absolutely against lolicon and loli humor, you will not find this anime funny considering it completely makes a big joke out of lolicon. There’s also a few other jokes of other sexual fetishes (like masochists) that are joked around about, and if you are against all of the above, Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! is just not for you.
Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! is a great comedy anime for many, but it might not be for everyone depending on what you look for in an anime. It still has plenty of good points, but we know that there’s no one size fits all anime. Do you agree with our assessment or do you have a few things you want to point out as well? If you have any comments about our review, please feel free to share your thoughts down below!