Silver Spoon Season 1 DVD

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About Silver Spoon Season 1 DVD

Silver Spoon Complete 1st Season set contains episodes 1-11 of the anime directed by Tomohiko Ito.

The only reason why Yugo Hachiken decided to attend the Oezo Agricultural High School (a.k.a Ezono) was simply because the school had a dormitory. Entering Ezono was a way for Yugo to run away from the stifling academic pressures in the city, however, it didn't take long for him to realize that life is not that simple.

Yugo is soon forced to face more hurdles in his new environment surrounded by all the farm animals and the magnificent Mother Nature. He also begins feeling a different kind of pressure as he deals with his classmates who, unlike him, all have a clear view of what they want for their futures.

Even so, as Yugo overcomes one challenge after another at Ezono and deepens his bonds with his classmates, he begins to grow stronger both physically and mentally. This is a coming-of-age story filled with sweat, tears, and literally a lot of dirt!

Special Features: Textless Openings, Textless Ending, Commercial, Trailers.

Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.

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  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Themes: School Life, Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 275
  • Year Created: 2013
  • Release Date: 7/15/2014
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: 1

Ratings & Reviews

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Silver Spoon Season 1

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Yuugo Hachiken did not pass the entrance exam to the high school in Sapporo his father insisted upon. Now Yuugo is determined to get as far from his unforgiving old man as he can and still be on Hokkaido. So his middle school counselor finds him a spot at Oezo Agicultural High School (aka Ezono). This despite city boy Yuugo’s complete ignorance of farming. He doesn’t even know about the icky place eggs come from. It will be a truly immersive learning experience.

A story by the creator of Full Metal Alchemist this is a much more low-key down-to-earth tale. Not afraid of the gritty details of farming, it’s as concerned with cleaning up after dairy cows as with the glamor of horseback riding although both are covered. It’s some of the best episodic storytelling about the farming life I have seen since the BBC’s production of All Creatures Great and Small.

A great slice of life anime for all ages

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Silver Spoon is a great slice of life anime about a student from the city who decides to get out of the "rat race" and attend an agricultural high school. It's funny, touching, has a bit of romance, and looks at where our food comes from. Highly recommended to anyone who doesn't need explosions or fan service in their anime!

School Green Acres


I liked this Anime


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Silver Spoon is one of my all-time favorite anime. The character development is superb. Hachiken proves to be a deep and multi-dimensional protagonist, and the large supporting cast is just as thoroughly developed. Every character feels important, and I became very attached to all of them. As for the rest of the anime: the overarching story is fantastic, the dialogue is sharply written, the artwork and animation are great, and the soundtrack (along with the open and ending themes) is beautiful. I was also pleased with the packaging; the case was sturdy and colorful and the discs fit nicely.

This anime really hit home for me. It creates such a warm and inviting atmosphere, and it flows beautifully even as it balances serious introspective scenes and hilarious comedic moments. Be sure to pick up the second season as well!