Sakura Trick Blu-ray
About Sakura Trick Blu-ray
Haruka and Yuu have been best friends forever and they've sat next to each other in class since junior high. But, on the first day of high school, the new seating plan has them separated!
So, since everyone knows that long distance relationships don't work unless the parties involved put extra effort into it, they decide they need to do something special to permanently seal their friendship. However, deciding to kiss each other awakens a whole new level of feelings, and it doesn't help that some of their classmates seem to be "involved" in similar circumstances.
What's a girl to do when her best friend suddenly seems more like a girlfriend? It's a life lesson that the school curriculum isn't normally prepared to teach, but our two young heroines are about to get a private education you'll never forget! Discover the truth about the birds and the... er… birds, as two young ladies learn to deal with the pros and cons of intramural osculation in SAKURA TRICK!
Contains episodes 1-12.
Special Features: Clean Opening and Closing Animations.
Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy, Romance
- Themes: School Life, Yuri
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 300
- Release Date: 9/13/2016
- Dimensional Weight: 0.15
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Not all that good.
by J. Green
First and foremost this a yuri show-but not a very good one. I mean it's cute and all but it's been done better by say-Sasameki Koto which has some gut bustingly funny scenes. I'd say this is good for a one time watch which will mildly entertain you with no rewatch value at all.
One of a kind
It's the only anime like it. Sakura Trick is 12 episodes of adorable yuri goodness. If you're looking for a deep plot or anything like that, you won't get what you want here. But if you're looking for some adorable anime girls taking part in some intense make out sessions, then you won't be disappointed.
An Adorable Yuri!
I loved this show! it was a positively adorable yuri anime, and I had tons of fun watching this. I did have one rhetorical question while waching the anime which was, "Dang! This school sure has a lot of lesbians." Not that it was a problem of course. If you're looking for a good anime with more romance fanservice rather than the usual kind, you're in luck.
If you want to see girls make out then you're in luck - that's all this is
Nothing else happens, there's nothing to care about, nothing to endear it, nothing to the characters. It's a series of scenes where girls make out. In that sense it cuts right to the point so if you're in it for the fanservice then you've got a rare treat that doesn't tease.
If you want a good yuri series, a good series built around rather than leaning on fanservice, or even a good show in general look elsewhere.
Pure, unadulterated yuri fluff
by Mako -
This show is, basically, just an ongoing series of excuses to watch two cute girls in a cute romance trying to sneak kisses anywhere and everywhere possible.
It’s different in that it skips all the furtive stuff, and “will they or won’t they”, and skips right to the cute high school romance. It’s also different in that it has very little emotional weight or drama to speak of.
But honestly, if you want to see absolutely shameless fluff yuri romance, but without anything really creepy or unsettling, this is your show.
A Hero in a World of Angst
The yuri genre is a small one compared to the rest and if it's a genre that interests you, you're going to find a lot of really intense emotional turmoil. That's all well and good but a series like Sakura Trick provides a refreshingly light spin on a genre plagued by death and angst. It's pure, unadulterated fluff. Slice of life at it's purest and gayest.