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Is The Order A Rabbit?: Complete Collection (2014/Season One/Sentai Filmworks Blu-ray)

Picture: A Sound: B Extras: C Episodes: B+

Welcome to Rabbit House. Cocoa a young girl just moved into town and she is boarding and working at the Rabbit House coffee shop. There everyday she works, plays, and studies with Chino and Rize, who also works as maids there. Each day, they learn and discover new things as the become closer, they share their cookies, cakes and teas. It is a sweet time where ever the girls go in Is The Order A Rabbit?: Complete Collection (2014).

Cocoa is a girl from the countryside who's come to the city to study and learn about city life. She lives and works at the Rabbit House cafe where she works with the owner's granddaughter, Chino. Chino is the the quiet, yet capable girl who runs the shop and always have an odd looking rabbit, Tippy (and somehow the spirit and voice of her grandfather) sitting on top of her head. They are joined by part-time worker/military obsessed Rise, who tries to act and be feminine. Together the meet and make friends with the various other girls who also work in rival tea and coffee shops.

This was what they would call a 'shoujo' or 'moe' anime or a cute 'girl's anime'. The story is about young lolita girls as the go through their daily lives. While they are interested in clothes, fun and food, they are not quite ready for boys.

The 1.78 X 1 digital High Definition image is up there among Sentai's very best across all the episodes, while the lossless, Japanese DTS-HD MA (Master Audio) 2.0 Stereo is not that great, but is warm, clear and has some Pro Logic surrounds. Extras include clean opening and closing animation and trailers.

- Ricky Chiang


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