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Kabukichou Sherlock
Kabukichou Sherlock

Shinjuku ward east side... The center of the street with most chaos, There's a Kabukicho with full of neon lights. When the light is stronger, the shadow is deeper. The story begins when certain bizarre murder happens one night! Suspense? Or Comedy? Drama that cannot identify begins!

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Synonyms : Case File no 221: Kabukicho
Genres : Drama Comedy Mystery
Season : Fall 2019
Rating : Everyone
Status : Ongoing
Type : TV Series
First Aired : Oct 11, 2019
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brezerkius if you've read the sherlock books you will find this anime quite entertaining as the cases have similarities on the cases on the books. they just have a different way of showing it. 5/10
a month ago
mad199109 Wrong series lmfao. This happens when you don't close old tabs kids. This adult apologizes for the rant and any misunderstandings. I was referencing "Shin Chuuka Ichiban!" to those whom must know! My apologies!
a month ago
mad199109 To be precise, Saoiray, this series uses a ton of old-school art styles. With a culturally abundant Chinese background. Rating it a 3 is also in poor taste, maybe as an anime adaptation it would be ranked at a 6 at least. Considering the construct of the series, this is tied down to a very old LN series. Kind of like Dororo is made by the Father of Manga but it couldn't be sold to the current audience due to the EXTREMELY variant art style that almost gives the series a "childish" vibe, although it isn't that in the least bit. Which is why they changed the art style completely. However, in this series they decided to stick with the original type of design. Not to be a "know it all" either but it seems like you need a bit of background information on some of the subjects in this series to really get into it, one being the originating series. Another is some knowledge on Chinese cuisine and what a Silky Chicken's have become in today's society. Like in most history, domestic dishes in pre-industrial periods were basic, usually made of left overs, kind of like a Mexican dish that literally involved tortillas and eggs (You dice the tortillas up and fry them to a crisp, add your condiments, and then some scrambled eggs), which was used to feed whole families as a means to survive through strife and poverty. Which, if you know how these periods in history worked, "the poor" was in an all-time high. Going back to the Silky chicken, in today's society, Silky's are actually seen more often as pets than actual food. Usually placed in competitions more for their regal looks as opposed to their "taste" or versatility in a dish. With that said, you can start to plug-in how things work on this first episode, Silky's had no real "impact" to culinary development, but were more often seen as a means to survive within harsh poverty. As it's demonstrated in this episode. Of course, this hardly compares to the detail that is used in Food Wars but I will say that it is nice and refreshing to see a different type of series out there, I would also go on stretch and recommend reading up on this series. Judging a series by episode 1 is in very poor taste, pun intended. Now to tackle the categories that actually matter in rating a series, not just emotions: The art is very reminiscent of the luminescent highlights that Studio Ghibli uses on their characters, as well as small hints to the Father of Manga's original work Astro Boy, Dororo, and even Metropolis (film). Story-wise, we lack a bit of information, it's more-so that the character is just dropped on our laps and we have to figure out the "jist" of it all. Voice actors are far better than most trash series you usually where the VA does not match the character design or age. We do see some form of character development in the MC's EXTREMELY short backstory, as well as an early on installation of a "rival". In overall INITIAL rating, I would say it's a at least above average, 6/10 without any bias opinions; strictly speaking in construct. The loss of points would have to go to the fact it felt VERY rushed and of course left out A TON of important information. But realistically, how would you SLOWLY introduce an cooking anime when you have Food Wars's next season airing the same day this series also aired. In overall judgement, I hope people will give the series a try, the budget is clearly there, and it seems like the emotion put into each character is proportional to what you would see in a Ghibli character. With that said, I do agree, it isn't for everyone; but if you enjoy it, cheers! I'll be in for the ride, as I have to always rate any series with SOME "promising" attribute. Not to toot horns, this isn't me saying it's good, I'm just saying: Give it a bit, it's only on episode 2 after all.
a month ago
Saoiray This is an oddball anime that is difficult to rank. This is almost like a cross between Cowboy Bebop, Lupin, and a few other anime rolled together. Overall on a scale of 1-10, I'm going to rank this around a 3. There's too much going on and a lack of a plot to really rank highly. That said, there will be certain groups of people who will love it.
a month ago
Blackzeus187 Hokage the 6th
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chlebaTV Where is 3!?!
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Anil such Nıce Rakugo !!!!
a month ago
edwayneofficial i wanted this
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