Opening Songs
OP 1 - Yamato Nadeshiko Education (Triple Booking)

Ending Songs
ED 1 - Aoi Haru (Angela)

Genre: Comedy, Slice Of Life

Episodes: 13

While there are plenty of shows circling about school life, only a select few manage to make an impact enough for you to remember for a long, long time. Fortunately, "Seitokai Yakuindomo" is one of those shows, and while I'm easily 4 years late to the party, I pretty much fell in love with this anime after the first episode. School life anime that usually focus on the student council and how they spend their school lives isn't rare, but few manage to do it like "Seitokai Yakuindomo". Despite being another harem, the characters in "Seitokai Yakuindomo" shine strong in the most ridiculous ways, and it is outright hilarious to see them go about their daily routine and have their insane conversations. For comedy fans with especially pervertic minds, "Seitokai Yakuindomo" scores well in many categories, and while its not visually erotic, the levels of lewd jokes that this anime can provide are pretty much off the charts.

We. Are. SYD!

As with every pervertic/comedic/harem/high school anime, we need a super catchy opening theme that sounds crazy as f**k. That song is going to be "Yamato Nadeshiko Education" by Triple Booking, which is probably a group that consists of the 3 main female seiyuus in the anime. All I can repeat to myself after hearing the opening song about 2 times is "We Are SYD!", which is good, because I sang along to that phrase many, many times. The ending theme is "Aoi Haru" by Angela, and its an energetic song. However, its weird to hear an energetic song out of Angela, a duo which specializes in epic opening themes. It sounds a little weird, that's about it.

Rating: 8.0/10

While I'm a little bit tired of these slice of life animes, "Seitokai Yakuindomo" is one that manages to suck me in quite well. For an anime that thrives on nothing but daily school life and pervertic does a fantastic job. Incredibly likable characters and a harem atmosphere that doesn't seem to overstep its boundaries makes "Seitokai Yakuindomo" feel very natural. The pervertic jokes may not be for everyone, but they will VERY easily grow on you if you have a sense of humor. Character interactions are hilarious, and they have very likable personalities. There are also a nice variety of character archetypes, although most of them thrive on pervertic jokes, which is obviously the common theme in "Seitokai Yakuindomo". However, since this is one of those shows that stay on the same page throughout the entire series with very little character progression, it might not be for everyone. Still, for those who want a show that's very light hearted and easy to enjoy, "Seitokai Yakuindomo" is another one for you.

Sure you are...sure you are...

Takatoshi Tsuda is a very normal high school boy who's looking to attend his new high school. He chooses Ousai academy, which is a school near his home. However, he also realizes that Ousai academy was previously an all girls school, and that his badge of students is the first badge to ever accept male students, as the school undergoes its co-ed program for the first year. As such the female population of the academy is massive, with the guys taking only a small minority. On his first day, he is stopped by the student council, consisting of 3 girls, Student council president Amakusa, Secretary Aria, and the treasurer Hagimura. He gets criticized for his improper attire, and after some random sweet talk, the 3 girls decided to add Tsuda to the student council because now that they have a male student body, they needed a male representative to have a different view. He is added to the student council as the vice president, who practically does nothing but assist Amakusa. He was now on track to a fruitful high school life filled with pervertic jokes and ridiculous conversations.

And that's all for "Seitokai Yakuindomo", at least for its first season. As we are all aware, a second season exists, which came out in early 2014. I'm still on track to watch that, and honestly, I'm quite excited for it. This is one of the better slice of life animes out there that I can wholeheartedly recommend to many people, especially those who enjoy harems.