Is the Order a Rabbit? Blu-ray

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About Is the Order a Rabbit? Blu-ray

This Is the Order a Rabbit? collection contains episodes 1-12.

Coming to a new town to start high school can be intimidating, and that's especially true for Cocoa, who can't find the place she's supposed to be staying when she arrives. When she stops at a cafe to ask for directions, however, it turns out that she's already where she needs to be! You see, the Rabbit House is both a restaurant and a boarding house, and Cocoa will be working there along with the owner's granddaughter, Chino, and the strangely military-obsessed Rize. It's a great place to work, business is hopping, and Cocoa fits right in with her new coworkers, as well as the girls from two other rival cafes.

Still, there IS something just a little odd about the Rabbit House. Besides the fact that Rize usually carries a Glock and a knife hidden on her, there's also a mystery involving the shop's pet rabbit, Tippy. And then there are those girls who sometimes seem to be able to communicate without talking...

Special Features: Clean Opening and Closing.

Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.

Details

  • Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Themes: Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 300
  • Release Date: 7/14/2015
  • Weight: 0.33

Ratings & Reviews

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A Relaxing Amount of Cuteness

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Is The Order A Rabbit is one of those shows that once you start watching, all of your problems just fade away. You just loose yourself in the incredible amounts of cuteness that flourishes on screen. This show falls into the "Cute Girls Doing Cute Things" genre, and I feel it's one of the best of it's kind. The art is appealing and the actual animation is rather consistent. The comedic timing is usually on point and it's hard not to love the characters. If you wanna just sit down and just relax while watching something , then this is the perfect show for you.



My only main complaint with this release is that it's on one disc. That means they decompressed the episodes enough so that'd they'd all fit on the one disc, probably in an attempt to save money. This means that the picture quality isn't as great as it could be. Not a huge issue, but a complaint none the less.

Kawaii To The Max!

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This anime is absolutely hilarious AND adorable. It has, to a very large degree, heightened my desire to only have daughters and nothing else. Why is that? Because this show shows the possibilities of just how fun (and ridiculous) little girls can be. Enter Cocoa, the main character who has just moved to a new little town, where she will be going to school as well as basically doing an internship at a coffee shop as a barista/waitress. The little town is full of bunnies, and even the coffee shops name is The Rabbit House. Problem? THE COFFEE SHOP HAS NO RABBITS ITSELF. Except, of course, the fat, oddly shaped one that is constantly on her friend and also roommate's head, Chino. Along the way, Cocoa makes loads of friends with other baristas/waitresses, both at her work and at other coffee shops, such as Rize, Saro, and more! The rest of the show revolves around all of their shenanigans and doing a bunch of silly, girly stuff, and it is adorably funny!