Who the fuck is the target demographic for this anime?
Nichijou is a mystery to me. I can't understand what's so good about it that makes people treat it like a masterpiece. A lot of the jokes barely registered as humor to me when I was watching it.
I watch it and I think a lot of it is great but then they just have the occasional joke that doesn't get through the language barrier and I just feel a little disappointed that I can't get it.
Helvetia Standard is especially bad about this.
EOPs are unfortunately missing out of a lot of the nuance involved in the gags, and most of the referential context as well. I suppose it would be like a Japanese person trying to watch something like Blazing Saddles, without any real understanding of the English language and cultural context behind the jokes.
I know 2884 words according to Anki. Not enough I guess?
I like KyoAni a lot though. What I like about the show is precisely the quality animation and moe qualities that the studio is great at. The jokes just don't work for me though and from what I gather, the fans consider them hilarious.
>the target demographic
Seinen manga (青年漫画?) are manga marketed to males old enough to read kanji. In Japanese, the word 'seinen' literally means "youth", but the term "seinen manga" is also used to describe the audience of comics like Weekly Manga Times and Weekly Manga Goraku which are aimed at men on into their 50s.
Also, quads checked.
You usually need to have some practical reason to learn a language to stay motivated. If you enjoy anime, it at least gives you exposure that is enjoyable. I'd like to learn spanish, but I have no desire to watch any form of spanish media.
I liked the premise of Nichijou, but it had WAY too much forced animation for my liking.
I can deal with forced voice actresses and forced sound tracks, but the forced animation was just too much in nichijou. It's strange considering KyoAni doesn't usually resort to having to use animation that is forced
anyway this was the only good scene from nichijou because it had normal animation
it's when the animators are too forceful with the animation.
Usually it's the fault of the director in charge. sometimes they will even use forced voice acting or forced openings and endings.
People who like to sexualize cute girls
I would a Hakase
>WAY too much forced animation
If she wasn't a slut she'd wear panties.
It has nothing to do with understanding the language and everything to do with understanding the culture. Even the most basic things can ruin Nichijou gags - bread is the Japanese equivalent of coal for Christmas. That's why the little kid freaked out that, and Santa was upbeat about it.
Does this scene require some sort of familiarity with Japanese culture that I lack?
>Implying you would wear underwear at home if you probably leave the house prephaps once a week
I wonder what she does cooped up in there, there's indication of anything that would show she's a genius, save for the robots.
Yeah, actually. The bit with her dropping the golden daruma or whatever it was is a gypsy trick. Imagine some freaky person wearing a giant animal head stalking you, chasing you down, and then trying to rob you. That's why Mio bugged out.
I knew I'd seen this before
Don't even try, they will never be able to give a good example of forced animation on Nichijou. They will always just post exagerated and bad loking animation from other shows and try to convince you Nichijou is any close to that. See >>137826180
Forced animation is a forced meme. They just don't have many arguments plus they see what they want to see, therefore convincing themselves Nichijou has forced animation, when it is actually just well done.