Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!

Shinichi Sakurai’s one wish is for a little peace and quiet. But Hana Uzaki — his boisterous, well-endowed underclassman — has other plans. All she wants is to hang out and poke fun at him. With the help of her chipper charm and peppy persistence, this might just be the start of a beautiful relationship!

Runtime: 24 min

Quality: HD

First Release: 2020

Last Release: 2020


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Adam Rife

at 23:43 pm

I love the slice-of-life elements in this first volume, but Uzaki herself is a tad annoying for me. As someone who’s quiet and passive, though, I have trouble relating to outgoing characters who don’t care what others around them think.


at 14:55 pm

What can I say? I like the show...a LOT. I'm a guy and I usually don't watch too much anime geared toward, shall we say, "junior age" people. I like my animation viewing to be chock full of bouncy female parts, female curves, awesome special affects and better combat. This anime didn't come up on my radar until the a-hole liberal Leftists in social media from the U.S. tried to negatively criticize the use of the Uzaki-chan character's physical features; her boobs. That is all they, in their biased cynical view, could see. The character was being used to inspire the male populous to donate blood. But that didn't seem to matter to limited tyrannical view of SJW feminists left. I was estactic beyond words when the country decided to ignore social media tripe, and keep the image up as a promotional. After that situation passed, I went to a known site for featuring animation and gave the character and series a look-see. And after seeing the first few episodes, I knew those jerks on social media (they have a blue bird for a symbol), who were complaining about the character, had no idea the level of benignity the Uzaki-chan character possessed. To my surprise the show hooked me. I liked everything about the show. I liked how Uzaki-chan was outgoing. I liked how she got on the male protagonist's nerves with her out-of-the-social norm behavior. I like the situationals Uzaki's behavior gets them into; especially when they embarrass Sakurai. I liked both the male and female leads' friends, and how they were trying to get Uzaki and Sakurai together as a couple. I liked how the two leads have a hard time admitting they liked each other, and how hard they fight (futilely) to keep from admitting it. Most of all, I LOVE how there isn't an ounce of SJW, feminism, or >eghk< critical race theory in any of it. SUCH a relief. It's just entertainment; and it is SOOOOO refreshing. >nearly in tears< I very much am going to watch the next season. I think it will be interesting.