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Room Camp Episode #01 Anime Review

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There’s plenty to look forward to here.

“The Mystery of Canned Tuna”

What They Say:
The Outdoor Activities Club, Aka, the Outclub has 3 members. In the countryside of Yamanashi Prefecture, there’s a high school named Motosu High School. Go even further to one of the school buildings and you’ll find a very laid-back outdoor club that uses one corner of the classroom as their club room. Kagamihara Nadeshiko finally wants to kill some time in their club room, but then Ohgaki Chiaki and Inuyama Aoi suddenly announce that they’re all going on a trip. The girls enjoy the various local treats as they travel around, but where in the world is the end destination for this trip?!

The Review:
Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers)
Having not seen the main series, Yuru Camp or Laid-Back Camp, I figured Room Camp would be an easy short to get into considering there are a few similar shows out there. Taking place at the outdoor activities club, we get Nadeshiko hunting up some supplies there in the back room while Chiaki and Aoi are close to arriving themselves. The problem for Nadeshiko is that a wild boar of some sort has suddenly arrived in the room, or least her imagination lets her pretend so, and we see how she dreams of handling it with just a can of tuna. It’s a cute moment until the others show up and the usual bonding occurs with them all together being just a bit silly.

In Summary:
With the show shifting in its final minute for the fun of getting tamps for a local area map that will get them tasty treats, the stamp rally gets underway. The show doesn’t do much to really introduce the concept or characters as it assumes you know everything from the main series but it’s not exactly hard to figure out once you watch it. And just a quick search to ensure you have the names right. It’s nicely animated and just the idea of a short-form series of the girls running around the local area collecting stamps and enjoying the sights is appealing to me, so there’s plenty to look forward to here.

Grade: B-

Streamed By: Crunchyroll

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