Comedy, drama, romance, shounen ai, slice of life
Rated PG – 13
Creator Abe Miyuki
Director Ishihira Shinji
Voices Maeno Tomoaki, Minagawa Junko, Saiga Mitsuki, Murase Ayumu, Fukushima Jun, Soumi Yoko, Terashima Takuma, Matsuoka Yoshitsugu, Tanaka Atsuko
Haru visits his mother, who lives in the middle of no where in Canada, to discover she took in a child named Ren. He then spends his summer trying to get the child, who spends all his time, waking or sleeping, with a pack of dogs and acting like them. Upon returning to Japan, an accident causes Haru to lose all memory of the summer. Five years later, Ren decides to move to Japan and live with Haru anyway.
I thought it was better at the beginning. I’m not a fan of shota or whatever. And since there was a scene where Ren had to be taught how to masturbate, he certainly isn’t ready for a relationship. Especially with someone that requires so much. Both Ren and Haru need a lot so I liked them as overly clingy brothers. I can see why it would progress into a relationship. For both of them, it was the fist time someone else seemed to completely accept them for who the were. Maybe if Ren was a bit older then it wouldn’t bother me but… it’s just…
Anyway, it doesn’t start getting into perverted stuff until about episode 5, the art is pretty and the story is cute. It gets annoying though. Ren and Haru don’t seem to understand each other so they get into pointless fights and feel insecure because they aren’t open with each other when it matters.
Not sure if I’d really recommend it, but I guess it’s fun enough.