Is the Order a Rabbit DVD
About Is the Order a Rabbit DVD
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.
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy
- Themes: Slice of Life
- Age Rating: 13+
- Run Time: 300
- Release Date: 7/14/2015
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
Sometimes a bit over the top, but undeniably cute!
A super kawaii show set in a café. Definitely a series after my own heart! I love collecting new ideas for the future! Both opening and ending songs are adorable and there are fluffy bunnies everywhere! The unique reincarnation feature is also interesting. The girls have distinct personalities that one would think would clash, but they end up being comedic.
Great series, 9/10
by Jon -
This is one of the best anime I've seen in the 2 years I've been watching. In this particular genre, it's second only to K-On! which is more or less the best it can possibly be. Personally, I think the second season picks up on the first in very minor ways that overall make it reasonably better than the first, however the first season is a must see if you like slice of life/cute girls doing cute things. Overall, first season is a light 9 whereas the second is a strong 9; watch both if you enjoy the genre.
Great "Feel-Good" Anime
by Nick -
This show focuses on the girls and things they do together, from working at the coffee house, visiting friends in their respective workplaces, and especially hanging out as well as goofing around in between all that. The comedy is a bit hit and miss, but it's fairly consistent such as anytime Tippy talks, and the various character's reactions to hearing it. Or a lot of the things Cocoa does, such as when she gets pumped for the first day of school, only to later realize she went the day before the opening ceremony starts. And Rize's obsession with all things military, even going so far as to make tanks and fighter jets in the latte art. Overall it was an enjoyable show, and one you could catch an episode on every now and then.