The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors & Hostel Behavior Blu-ray

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About The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors & Hostel Behavior Blu-ray

The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors & Hostel Behavior contains episodes 1-13.

For some, a home is where the heart is. For others, it's where people send those whose brains aren't functioning properly. So, when Kazunari Usa is sent to the Kawai Boarding House, it may take a while for him to figure out what kind of "home" his new "home" is. Let's just say that the troublemaking college girl and the perpetually grumpy working woman have some serious issues to work out.

On one hand, his new roommate is a pervert and a masochist who peeps at girls' schools, and the landlady thinks feminine protection means leaving weapons lying around the girls' part of the dorm.

On the other hand, Kawai is also home to Ritsu Kawai, who steals Usa's heart the second he sees her on his first day at his new school. That alone may just make living in this strange new house worth every second it takes to learn the complex rules of The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors & Hostel Behavior!

Special Features: Commercial Bumpers, Clean Opening and Closing Animations.

Details

  • Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Themes: Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 325
  • Release Date: 12/6/2016
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.38
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

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Great show

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This is a basic Sentai release. Basic blu ray case that when opened houses one blu ray disc. The only extras you are going to be getting are clean openings and endings. As for the show, this is an amazing slice of life comedy. It was one of my top 3 favorite shows of 2014, and when rewatching it did not fail to live up the expectations I had set in my mind. For this price, it's a solid purchase, and you definitely won't be disappointed.

One of my personal favorites.

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Kawai complex is a show that I never see talked about that much which is really a shame. It must have flew under the radar but it is one of my favorites.

A funny show with good characters that have great interactions with each other. There's the pervert, the slut, the old care taker, the flat chested, the shy book girl, and our main protag. This cast makes each episode fun, and I wish that there was more than just one season, maybe one day.

down to earth romcom with good male lead

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KC is the story of a young man moving into a hostel to live on his own when his parents are transferred. Like other similar shows the cast is diverse and funny, lots of situational humor and a little drama too. Usa as the male lead is actually a decent person, flawed, and well realized. He takes an interest in one of the other residents and the story goes from there.
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Comparing this to similar shows in the genre KC is very down to earth, the main characters are very realistically rendered and relatable, and the supporting cast while having their individual personality extremes all have real and relatable problems. The show never feels cartoonish, it's a great easy watch. Come for the cozy setting and characters, and stay to see a great male lead pursue a difficult love interest.