Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai is one of the most popular anime series of Winter 2018. The main character is Sakuta Azusagawa, a second-year student at a high school near Enoshima. As we’ll soon discover in our first blog post for this great anime series, Sakuta and his friends witness and experience first-hand “Puberty Syndrome.”
With a beautiful yet somber piano tune playing, Bunny Girl Senpai‘s opening scene is with Sakuta dreaming (or reminiscing, as we’ll soon see) of a girl named Mai Sakurajima.
Sakuta finds something written in his journal
The next day Sakuta talks to Mai for the first time. A very unexpected encounter.
Confused, Sakuta asks his best friend, Kunimi, about Mai. Unfortunately, this results in Kunimi’s overly aggressive girlfriend to become angered. She really doesn’t like it when her boyfriend talks with Sakuta, due to Sakuta’s previous (yet unknown to us) “hospitalization” incident.
Kunimi informs us that Mai is, in fact, a celebrity.
After rescuing Mai from paparazzi, Sakuta and Mai ride on the train together.
The reason that no one saw Mai in her bunny outfit at school was due to Puberty Syndrome.
Being ignored, being removed from the school atmosphere, being forgotten.
Sakuta’s younger sister, and himself, experienced this pain as well.
In order to try to figure out why no one can see Mai, why this is happening to her, Sakuta consults his friend Futaba, who is a genius.
Determined to help Mai, Sakuta races home to call her (he does have a mobile phone). Thankfully, she’s there waiting for him.
Sakuta will remember Mai, even if the world forgets.
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