Anime shows are known for their signature comedy with crazy, exaggerated facial expressions and body poses that never fail to tickle your funny bone. Almost every anime has them, and Uzaki chan wants to hang out! It is one such anime with a myriad of such moments and a comical storyline.
This series has a great sense of humor that will leave you in splits. Uzaki chan wants to hang out! or Uzaki chan wa asobitai! It was originally a Japanese manga with an anime adaptation. The writing and illustration are done by Take and Dra Dra. Sharp website has done the serialization from December 2017. The anime version is produced by ENGI. Licensing of the manga is done by Seven Seas Entertainment. Here is the synopsis of the story. Hana Uzaki is starting her first year in college, and over there, she comes across none other than Shinichi Sakurai.
Sakurai was part of her club back in her high school days. But Uzaki notices something different about him. He is not the same person he was before and has turned into quite a loner. Uzaki doesn’t like seeing him alone and quiet all the time, so she takes it upon herself to change that about Shinichi Sakurai.
But Sakurai finds her annoying and her antics tiresome. He wants to be alone and be left in peace. But even though he doesn’t want to be Uzaki’s main target, he still goes along with her games and ends up spending a lot of time with her, so much so that people around him begin thinking that they are a couple. As a result of all this, Uzaki’s and Sakurai’s relationship evolves into something really beautiful.
Uzaki chan wants to hang out! Season 2 Episode 11 recap
Here’s a quick recap of Season 2 Episode 11 of the series. The episode’s name is “I kind of want to do this already!”. In this episode, Hana is out drinking with Ami and Sakaki. During their time together, she tells them about how Sakurai helped her with her swimming training back in high school while Sakurai was sparring with his father.
As they are sparring, Sakurai’s father gives him relationship advice. Sakurai worries about his relationship with Hana and asks the men at the cafe for advice. As a result of that, Sakurai realizes that he cares for Hana and enjoys spending time with her.
He promises to himself to convey his gratitude to Hana when they meet next time. Just then, Hana comes over to his place and offers to spend Christmas with him. But she says so in a way that gets her kicked out of his apartment and leaves her begging outside his door.
Uzaki chan wants to hang out! Season 2 Episode 12 Release Date
Fans eagerly anticipate what will happen next in this gem of a comedy series. Well, here’s some good news for them. The release date of Uzaki chan wants to hang out! Season 2 and episode 12 are out already! The latest episode, episode 12, named “I also want to play on Christmas eve!” is all set to release on December 17, 2022.
- Pacific Time: 5:00 PM, Saturday, 17 December 2022
- Eastern Time: 8:00 PM, Saturday, 17 December 2022
- Australian Central Time: 10:30 AM, Sunday, 17 December 2022
- Central Time: 7:00 PM, Saturday, 17 December 2022
- British Summer Time: 1 AM, Sunday, 18 December 2022
Unfortunately, spoilers for this show have not yet been made available. There are two seasons of this anime, and season 2 is ongoing. Fans are hopeful of a season 3 as well, but it has not yet been confirmed.
Where to watch “Uzaki chan wants to hang out!” Season 2 Episode 12?
Fans can watch Uzaki chan wants to hang out! Season 2 Episode 12 on Crunchyroll. There are 12 episodes in season 1 and 13 episodes in season 2, all available on Crunchyroll. The show also airs on AT-X.
Hana Uzaki, A college freshman with a curvaceous figure. She is always behind Shinichi Sakurai to stop him from becoming a loner and accompanies him wherever he goes. Shinichi Sakurai is Hana’s senior in his third year of college. Sakurai is irritated and annoyed by Hana and wants to be left alone.
With the exception of Hana Uzaki, all the rest of the girls are afraid to approach him as they find him intimidating. This anime is for you if you are a fan of romantic comedies and the slice-of-life genre. Get ready for some serious laughs if you decide to embark on this journey.