Episodes: 12 Genre(s): Slice-of-life, Comedy Aired: Apr 2017 – Jun 2017 Also known as: ひなこのーと Summary: After being inspired by a theatre play, countrygirl Hinako moves to Tokyo in order to join Fujiyama High School’s theater club. Will shy Hinako be able to learn how to converse with others normally without freezing up? Advertisements
Tag: Hinako Note
We’re about to hit the halfway point for 2017, folks! Do you all see the glass as half-empty or half-full?
We’re halfway into the spring season, folks! How are things shaping up for the simulcast shows that are covered by The Lily Garden?
This episode was the conclusion to the play, “And Everyone Is Part of the ABC Tragedy File!” Hinako’s hard work pays off while the show, as well as characterization, progresses slightly. But it’s not enough. (Spoilers in this review)
The series continues to degrade at an alarming rate. (Spoilers in this review)
The series continues to progress slowly and predictably. (Spoilers in this review)
This episode showcases Hinako’s slow improvement regarding conversing with others as well as her naivety. In other words, Hinako Note is staying true to its roots as a slice-of-life series due to its steady, unrushed sense of progress. (Spoilers in this review)
It’s finally decided! Hinako’s gonna start up a theatre trope! (Spoilers in this review)
I’m calling this a possible successor to Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? (Spoilers in this review)
Well, March is now over and done with, folks. Where were you when you realized that a quarter of the year 2017 CE has passed you by?