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While title means “everyday life,” the contents are anything but everyday. It follows the insane and completely insane “everyday life” of a group of high school students.
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Alternative Names: Nichijou TV, Daily, Everyday Life
Genre: Comedy, School Life, Slice of Life
Demographic: Shounen
Adapted from the manga, Nichijou.


Honda Mariko as Aioi Yuuko, Togashi Misuzu as Minakami Mai, Horikawa Chika as Tachibana Misato, Konno Hiromi as Hakase, Choo as Kouchou-sensei, Naka Hiroshi as Kyoutou-sensei, Aizawa Mai as Naganohara Mio, Mizuhara Kaoru as Nakamura-sensei, Hiramatsu Hirokazu as Nakanojou Chichi, Yamamoto Kazutomi as Nakanojou Tsuyoshi



It was okay.


I want to know what they're researching at this "research" facility.

Michael Eh?

A more subdued Lucky Star or Azumanga Daioh. A show about nothing or simply Daily Life as told through some unconventional characters like a talking cat and android with a large windup key sticking out of her back.


The show, while a bit on the quirky side; is very enjoyable. I had a few laughs from it.


prefer Azumznga myself. this is just a bit on sedate side.


This was not bad as filler, but I'm glad I didn't have to watch a lot of it all at once. Also, the mystery of the key kept bugging me (talking cats are normal, though).

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External Links

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