Wakaba Girl Blu-ray

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About Wakaba Girl Blu-ray

Wakaba * Girl contains episodes 1-14.

Even though her ridiculously wealthy family tries to give her everything, it's not until the sheltered Wakaba Kohashi fails to get into an upscale school that she finds what she really needed: a group of friends who want to know the real her, and not her status.

Her new school mates may not be up to date on haute couture, but Wakaba is enthralled by their knowledge about the outside world, including the flashy "gyaru" fashion. Soon, Wakaba is helping (or TRYING to help) her newfound friends with their newfound high school girl problems.

From helping innocent Moeko though gymnastics, standing in for Nao in a beauty contest, and inadvertently helping Mao act like a rich girl, to simply enjoying the joys of girl talk and sharing ice cream, there's a whole new world of everyday wonders waiting to be discovered in WAKABA*GIRL!

Special Features: Clean Opening and Closing Animations.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Themes: School Life, Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 112
  • Release Date: 12/20/2016
  • Weight: 0.35

Ratings & Reviews

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Very Short But Very Enjoyable

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The only reason that I didn't give this series five stars was it was very short. Other then that I thoroughly enjoyed this series. It was from the same creator as Kiniro Mosaic and it really shows in both character design and feel of the show. The show's almost exclusive focus is on the friendship the four girls share with each other, by putting them in heartwarming and amusing situations.

My only real criticism of the show is it is very short, each of the fourteen episodes are only eight minutes long including a ninety second opening animation; so there is not a lot of time to have character development or backstory. But backstory or major character development really doesn't feel need at anytime during the series; so it is something that is easy overlooked because the series is putting a smile on your face.