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It’s time for the finale of GochiUsa Season 2 where after they have fun at the great outdoors from last week’s episode, they settled down at Rabbit House by taking silly pictures of themselves! Of course, most of the pictures … Continue reading
I have to say that girls are having fun at the mountains on this penultimate episode. C’mon, Cocoa and the gang are camping and catching fish like it was nothing! Except for the catching part as both Sharo-chan and Cocoa … Continue reading
理世のバスケ – The Basketball Which Rize Plays Ah Rize Tedeza, she’s considered an ace of many talents ranging from basketball to softball (except for swimming). So much that Sharo-chan felt that she’s out of reach towards Rize-san! That’s sad…
Let’s start this episode where Chino-chan visits Ama Usa An for a cup of green tea with Chiya-chan! But you know what, even though they’re getting friendly in recent years, both Rabbit House and Ama Usa An were fierce rivals … Continue reading
Well, seems that Sharo is happy ironing her uniform. Even though she’s living in a shack that’s standing beside Ama Usa An, Sharo is making sure that she won’t live like a poor kid!
Let’s start this week’s episode with a dirty Tippy. Unfortunately for this mascot Angora rabbit, s/he is not gonna go to the washing machine and get cleaned as Tippy wrecked it instead! Remember kids, never put live animals into the … Continue reading
This is a story of two sisters from the Hotto family. While she has two older brothers, Cocoa looked up to her big sister Mocha. But now, Cocoa competes against Mocha-san to see who’s the best big sister around! Of … Continue reading
Here’s Cocoa-san as she makes an impression of her big sister Mocha. But then again, Chiya and Sharo-chan saw Cocoa do that most of the time! Sorry Cocoa-san…
Wow Chino-chan, all that ballet training have sure made you to a beautiful swan! Heck, she can spin without dizzying herself!
Here’s Chiya Ujimatsu in her Yamato Nadeshiko-type warrior outfit! C’mon, she’s invoking the traditional spirit of the Japanese even though GochiUsa is vaguely set in Japan!