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* ProductPlacement: Aside from shamelessly showing off Sanrio merchandise, the show also shows off the [=LINE=] messaging application and Google Maps and at one point shows a ''Franchise/CardfightVanguard'' deck.

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* ProductPlacement: Aside from shamelessly showing off Sanrio merchandise, the show also shows off the [=LINE=] messaging application and Google Maps and at one point shows a ''Franchise/CardfightVanguard'' ''Anime/CardfightVanguard'' deck.


* ProductPlacement: Aside from shamelessly showing off Sanrio merchandise, the show also shows off the [=LINE=] messaging application and Google Maps and at one point shows a ''Cardfight! Vanguard'' deck.

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* ProductPlacement: Aside from shamelessly showing off Sanrio merchandise, the show also shows off the [=LINE=] messaging application and Google Maps and at one point shows a ''Cardfight! Vanguard'' ''Franchise/CardfightVanguard'' deck.


* PlayingATree: Kouta played a tree in the school play as a kid, starting his wish to be more than TheGenericGuy.



* ProductPlacement: Aside from shamelessly showing off Sanrio merchandise, the show also shows off the [=LINE=] messaging application and Google Maps.

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* ProductPlacement: Aside from shamelessly showing off Sanrio merchandise, the show also shows off the [=LINE=] messaging application and Google Maps.Maps and at one point shows a ''Cardfight! Vanguard'' deck.

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* AudienceParticipation: An InUniverse example: during the Miracle Gift Parade, Hello Kitty asks the crowd to raise their glowsticks to save the queen. Also, [[spoiler:in the final episode, the rest of the Sanrio Boys go off-script from their musical as a surprise to Kouta where they ask the audience to raise their glowsticks and summon angels so Kouta's character could be brought back to life.]]

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* BeachEpisode: Episode 9, and it's milked for all it's worth by panning across all the boys' bodies as they play in the sand.

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* ExcusePlot: As the series goes on, it's difficult to see what the main conflict is. Episode 7 is the worst of it -- it's just a glorified 30 minute commercial for Sanrio Puroland, the majority of it explaining the plot of the stage show that the Sanrio Boys actually see.


* GISSyndrome: Episode 7 has the boys (and Tsucchi) go to Sanrio Puroland. Like in the blog, the backgrounds are at most filtered from actual pictures of the park.

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* GISSyndrome: Episode 7 has the boys (and Tsucchi) ([[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Tsucchi and Macchi]]) go to Sanrio Puroland. Like in the blog, the backgrounds are at most filtered from actual pictures of the park.

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** The POV character takes a picture of the boys at Sanrio Puroland in episode 7.

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* GISSyndrome: Episode 7 has the boys (and Tsucchi) go to Sanrio Puroland. Like in the blog, the backgrounds are at most filtered from actual pictures of the park.


* Ryo talks to an older woman using this POV in the fifth episode.

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* ** Ryo talks to an older woman using this POV in the fifth episode.

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* Ryo talks to an older woman using this POV in the fifth episode.


* POVCam: At least OnceAnEpisode, one of the main characters will run into a girl for a moment, and the camera will switch to her POV while she interacts with him.

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* POVCam: At least OnceAnEpisode, right before the episode cuts to a commercial break, one of the main characters will run into a girl for a moment, and the camera will switch to her POV while she interacts with him.


--> '''Yuu''': 'We're friends who already know all the embarrassing parts of each other, right?'

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--> '''Yuu''': 'We're ''"We're friends who already know all the embarrassing parts of each other, right?'right?"''


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--> '''Yuu''': ''"There's absolutely nothing to be ashamed of in loving something!"''


At the prestigious Sanriio Military Academy, there are many students from many countries working together in order to forge strong ties and hone their abilities, but there's no such thing as absolutes. Yuucisus and Shuun, two knight candidates. [[BystanderSyndrome Sei and Riyon refuse to intervene]], despite [[TheHeart Koural's]] protests. In order to stop the infighting between his two precious friends, Koural steps in between. [[PyrrhicVictory He dies, but he manages to bring them back to their senses]]. [[DownerEnding The End]].

[[BaitAndSwitch Or is it? Nah, it is just a school play]].

Kouta Hasegawa, 17 years old, is a second-year high school student who hides a secret: he is incredibly fond of Pompompurin, or he was until the other kids started to mock him over it, leading Kouta's relationship with his grandma to crumble. Sadly, he never mended his bond with his grandmother, and she died before he could muster up the strength to apologize to her. Now, his days are empty and he has little to look forward to. All of this changes when he accidentally finds a cutesy My Melody keyholder belonging to Yuu Mizuno, and fails to gather the courage to publicly return it to him, fearing that if he did that, Yuu would be mocked about it like Kouta himself was. Much to his shock, Yuu isn't afraid to admit liking My Melody. Slowly, Kouta begins to bond with his fellow cuteness fans at school, gradually learning to accept himself and being open about the things he likes.

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At the prestigious Sanriio Military Academy, there are many students from many countries working together in order to forge strong ties and hone their abilities, but there's no such thing as absolutes. Yuucisus and Shuun, two knight candidates. candidates, stand at odds as [[BystanderSyndrome Sei and Riyon refuse to intervene]], despite [[TheHeart Koural's]] protests. intervene]]. In order to stop the infighting between his two precious friends, [[TheHeart Koural steps in between.between them]]. [[PyrrhicVictory He dies, but he manages to bring them back to their senses]]. [[DownerEnding The End]].

[[BaitAndSwitch Or is it? Nah, it is just a school play]]. \n\n The real story [[InMediasRes starts much earlier]].

Kouta Hasegawa, 17 years old, is a second-year high school student who hides a secret: he is incredibly very fond of Pompompurin, or [[Creator/{{Sanrio}} Pompompurin]]. He was open about it when he was until the younger, but bullying by other kids started to mock him over it, leading changed that. This caused Kouta's relationship with his grandma grandmother to crumble. Sadly, he never mended his bond with his grandmother, crumble, and she died passed away before he could muster up the strength to apologize to her. Now, apologize. He starts going through life keeping his days are empty and he has love for Pompompurin a secret, having little to look forward to. to otherwise.

All of this changes when he Kouta accidentally finds a cutesy My Melody keyholder belonging to Yuu Mizuno, and fails to gather the courage to publicly return it to him, fearing that if he did that, Yuu would be mocked about it like Kouta himself was.Mizuno. Much to his shock, Yuu isn't afraid to admit liking My Melody. Slowly, Kouta begins to bond with his fellow cuteness fans at school, gradually learning to accept himself and being open about the things he likes.

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* ProductPlacement: Aside from shamelessly showing off Sanrio merchandise, the show also shows off the [=LINE=] messaging application and Google Maps.

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