History Manga / ChisSweetHome

19th Jan '17 4:14:52 AM WretchedThunder
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The manga finally wrapped up in 2015 after it's 11 year run. However, the anime has now gotten a reboot, airing in 2016. The reboot's episodes are about ten minutes long as opposed to three.

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The manga finally wrapped up in 2015 after it's 11 year run. However, the anime has now gotten a reboot, reboot serving as like a sequel to the Madhouse anime, airing in 2016. The reboot's episodes are about ten minutes long as opposed to three.
3rd Dec '16 10:01:47 PM ElSquibbonator
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* CatsAreMean: ''Definitely'' subverted, since Chi's annoyances are presented from her point of view.

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* CatsAreMean: ''Definitely'' subverted, subverted (if not outright averted), since Chi's annoyances are presented from her point of view.view.


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* NoAntagonist: With the arguable exception of the landlady, there aren't any true antagonists in the series.
3rd Dec '16 9:59:30 PM ElSquibbonator
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* PollyWannaMicrophone: Lucky the budgerigar

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* PollyWannaMicrophone: PollyWantsAMicrophone: Lucky the budgerigar
3rd Dec '16 9:58:34 PM ElSquibbonator
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* CutenessProximity: The pet shop lady goes into this around Chi.


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* IntergenerationalFriendship: Chi and Blackie's relationship is best described as this.
3rd Dec '16 9:56:58 PM ElSquibbonator
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Originally a ({{seinen}}!) manga series written by Konami Kanata, Chi's Sweet Home is the story of a lost kitten who tries to return home to her mother and littermates, only to be adopted by a couple (the Yamadas) and their young son Youhei. However, the apartment complex in which the family lives doesn't allow pets, so a lot of time is spent preventing the landlady and the other tenants from seeing Chi.
Later, the Yamadas move into a new house, and Chi has to adjust once again to her new surroundings.

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Originally a ({{seinen}}!) manga series written by Konami Kanata, Chi's Sweet Home is the story of a lost kitten who tries to return home to her mother and littermates, only to be adopted by a couple (the Yamadas) and their young son Youhei. However, the apartment complex in which the family lives doesn't allow pets, so a lot of time is spent preventing the landlady and the other tenants from seeing Chi.
Chi. Later, the Yamadas move into a new house, and Chi has to adjust once again to her new surroundings.
3rd Dec '16 9:56:33 PM ElSquibbonator
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* FemaleFelineMaleMutt: Chi is a female cat, and David is a male dog.



** It's interesting to note that the events surrounding this trope is the reason for Chi's name (it's based on the way the Japanese word for "pee")

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** It's interesting to note that the events surrounding this trope is the reason for Chi's name (it's based on the way the Japanese word for "pee")"pee" is pronounced)
3rd Dec '16 9:54:09 PM ElSquibbonator
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* BabyTalk: 'Chi-go' ("Chi language"), which is kept in the English manga.

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* BabyTalk: 'Chi-go' ("Chi ("Chi-speak" or "Chi language"), which is kept in the English manga.



* DogsAreDumb: [[spoiler: Eventually subverted with David.]]

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* DogsAreDumb: [[spoiler: Eventually subverted with with]] David.]]



* ElmuhFuddSyndwome: Chi does this a lot in the original manga.

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* ElmuhFuddSyndwome: Chi does this a lot in the original manga. Justified, as she is the equivalent of a very young child.



* GoneHorriblyRight: When Chi decides, after being moved multiple times, that she is not moving for the vacuum cleaner again, Mom uses the hose and brush extension on ''her'' and Chi '''loves it'''. The next time Mom tries to vacuum Chi actively gets in her way in hopes of getting brushed again.

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* GoneHorriblyRight: When Chi decides, after being moved multiple times, that she is not moving for the vacuum cleaner again, Mom Mrs. Yamada uses the hose and brush extension on ''her'' and Chi '''loves it'''. The next time Mom Mrs. Yamada tries to vacuum Chi actively gets in her way in hopes of getting brushed again.



* Moe: Chi herself is a non-human example.


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** Youhei's parents are never named either.
3rd Dec '16 9:48:41 PM ElSquibbonator
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Originally a ({{seinen}}!) manga series written by Konami Kanata, Chi's Sweet Home is the story of a lost kitten who tries to return home to her mother and littermates, only to be adopted by a couple (the Yamadas) and their young son. However, the apartment complex in which the family lives doesn't allow pets, so a lot of time is spent preventing the landlady and the other tenants from seeing Chi.

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Originally a ({{seinen}}!) manga series written by Konami Kanata, Chi's Sweet Home is the story of a lost kitten who tries to return home to her mother and littermates, only to be adopted by a couple (the Yamadas) and their young son.son Youhei. However, the apartment complex in which the family lives doesn't allow pets, so a lot of time is spent preventing the landlady and the other tenants from seeing Chi.
Later, the Yamadas move into a new house, and Chi has to adjust once again to her new surroundings.



The series finally wrapped up in 2015 after it's 11 year run.

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The series manga finally wrapped up in 2015 after it's 11 year run.
run. However, the anime has now gotten a reboot, airing in 2016. The reboot's episodes are about ten minutes long as opposed to three.



* BlandNameProduct: "Nams" cat food for "Iams".

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* BlandNameProduct: "Nams" "Nam's" cat food for "Iams"."Iam's".



* CuteKitten: Some of the kittens featured mainly Chi

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* CuteKitten: Some Chi herself. Many of the other kittens featured mainly Chialso qualify.



** Alice is a longhaired Scottish Fold, and fits the stereotype of longhaired cats being "prissy" and "snobbish." [[NotSoAboveItAll At least that's what it seems like.]]



* CuteLittleFangs: Chi being a cat has a prominent pair.

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* CuteLittleFangs: Chi Chi, being a cat cat, has a prominent pair.



* Moe: Chi herself is a non-human example.



* NotSoAboveItAll: Alice

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* NotSoAboveItAll: AliceAlice.



** It's interesting to note that the events surrounding this trope is the reason for Chi's name.

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** It's interesting to note that the events surrounding this trope is the reason for Chi's name.name (it's based on the way the Japanese word for "pee")


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* PollyWannaMicrophone: Lucky the budgerigar
23rd Jul '16 9:09:37 AM Monolaf317
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* NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals: Chi and Youhei (the Yamadas' son) provide most of the humor.

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* NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals: InUniverse; Chi and Youhei (the Yamadas' son) provide most of the humor.



* TheOjou: [[spoiler: Alice]]

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* TheOjou: [[spoiler: Alice]]Alice.



* [[spoiler: PutOnABus: Kuroino/"Blackie". He comes back for a short time as of Episode 100 of ''New Address''.]]

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* PutOnABus: [[spoiler: PutOnABus: Kuroino/"Blackie". He comes back for a short time as of Episode 100 of ''New Address''.]]


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* WhamEpisode: Episodes 103; doubles as a DramaBomb.
1st Jul '16 2:29:42 PM Morgenthaler
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* TheObiWan [[spoiler: Kuroino/"Blacky".]]
** [[spoiler:Tama's friends think this of Fuji-san, but he's very much retired.]]
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