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The idea was so beloved by its main demographic that it expanded to include two different manga adaptations by Mai Ando in the Spring of 2016, a smartphone-based VisualNovel that Fall, and an [[Anime/SanrioBoys anime adaptation]] part of the 2018 winter lineup. It also eventually received its own line of character merchandise, and a stage play.

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The idea was so beloved by its main demographic that it expanded to include two different manga adaptations by Mai Ando in the Spring of 2016, a smartphone-based VisualNovel that Fall, and an [[Anime/SanrioBoys anime adaptation]] part of the 2018 winter lineup. It also eventually received its own line of character merchandise, and a stage play.
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* GISSyndrome: The backgrounds in the Twitter account are a mix between drawn backdrops and photos of (usually Sanrio related) real world locations the boys go to.

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* GeodesicCast: While more boys were added over the course of the series, they were eventually split off into groups by the region they came from.
* GISSyndrome: The backgrounds in the Twitter account photos are a mix between drawn backdrops and photos of (usually Sanrio related) real world locations the boys go to.


The idea was so beloved by its main demographic that it expanded to include two different manga adaptations by Mai Ando in the Spring of 2016, a smartphone-based VisualNovel that Fall, and an [[Anime/SanrioBoys anime adaptation]] part of the 2018 winter lineup. It also eventually received its own line of character merchandise.

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The idea was so beloved by its main demographic that it expanded to include two different manga adaptations by Mai Ando in the Spring of 2016, a smartphone-based VisualNovel that Fall, and an [[Anime/SanrioBoys anime adaptation]] part of the 2018 winter lineup. It also eventually received its own line of character merchandise.
merchandise, and a stage play.


* TransatlanticEquivalent: Trans-Pacific variant: Anime Expo 2017 showed off [[https://twitter.com/Sdan_Anime/status/882896697029820416 these boys]] at the official booth

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* TransatlanticEquivalent: Trans-Pacific variant: Anime Expo 2017 showed off [[https://twitter.com/Sdan_Anime/status/882896697029820416 these boys]] at the official boothbooth.


* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The only recurring female character in the series is Yuri, Yuu's little sister. The various viewpoint girls of the manga and the unnamed protagonist of the visual novel are limited only to the adaptations they appear in.

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* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The only recurring female character in the series is Yuri, Yuu's little sister. The various viewpoint girls of the manga and the unnamed protagonist of the visual novel are limited only to the adaptations they appear in.in.
*TransatlanticEquivalent: Trans-Pacific variant: Anime Expo 2017 showed off [[https://twitter.com/Sdan_Anime/status/882896697029820416 these boys]] at the official booth


* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The only recurring female character in the series is Yuri, Yuu's little sister. The other two, Rio Oosaki and the unnamed protagonist of the visual novel, are limited only to the adaptations they appear in.

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* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The only recurring female character in the series is Yuri, Yuu's little sister. The other two, Rio Oosaki various viewpoint girls of the manga and the unnamed protagonist of the visual novel, novel are limited only to the adaptations they appear in.


The idea was so beloved by its main demographic that it expanded to include three manga adaptations by Mai Ando in the Spring of 2016, a smartphone-based VisualNovel that Fall, and an [[Anime/SanrioBoys anime adaptation]] part of the 2018 winter lineup.

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The idea was so beloved by its main demographic that it expanded to include three two different manga adaptations by Mai Ando in the Spring of 2016, a smartphone-based VisualNovel that Fall, and an [[Anime/SanrioBoys anime adaptation]] part of the 2018 winter lineup.
lineup. It also eventually received its own line of character merchandise.


The idea was initially to appeal to Sanrio's PeripheryDemographic and show them characters who aren't afraid to show their love for cute things, but it was so beloved by its ''main'' demographic that it expanded to include three manga adaptations by Mai Ando in the Spring of 2016, a smartphone-based VisualNovel that Fall, and an [[Anime/SanrioBoys anime adaptation]] part of the 2018 winter lineup.

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The idea was initially to appeal to Sanrio's PeripheryDemographic and show them characters who aren't afraid to show their love for cute things, but it was so beloved by its ''main'' main demographic that it expanded to include three manga adaptations by Mai Ando in the Spring of 2016, a smartphone-based VisualNovel that Fall, and an [[Anime/SanrioBoys anime adaptation]] part of the 2018 winter lineup.

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* ProductPlacement: The whole purpose of the blog is to promote the latest character merchandise.

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* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: Usually shows up in pairs. Among the main group, we have Nishimiya and Yuu (Sensitive) who are doubled up with Seiichirou and Shunsuke (Manly) respectively. Kouta doesn't quite fit into either group, though his shyness does lean towards Sensitive.


* '''Seiichirou Minamoto''': A straightlaced model student, loves '''Cinamoroll'''

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* '''Seiichirou Minamoto''': A straightlaced model student, loves '''Cinamoroll'''
'''Cinnamoroll'''



The idea was initially to appeal to Sanrio's PeripheryDemographic and show them characters who aren't afraid to show their love for cute things, but it was so beloved by its ''main'' demographic that it expanded to include two manga adaptations by Mai Ando in the Spring of 2016, a smartphone-based VisualNovel that Fall, and an [[Anime/SanrioBoys anime adaptation]] part of the 2018 winter lineup.

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The idea was initially to appeal to Sanrio's PeripheryDemographic and show them characters who aren't afraid to show their love for cute things, but it was so beloved by its ''main'' demographic that it expanded to include two three manga adaptations by Mai Ando in the Spring of 2016, a smartphone-based VisualNovel that Fall, and an [[Anime/SanrioBoys anime adaptation]] part of the 2018 winter lineup.



* AnimatedAdaptation: Premiered in 2018.

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* AnimatedAdaptation: Premiered The animated adaptation premiered in January 2018.



* CharacterBlog: Its original incarnation.

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* CharacterBlog: Its The original incarnation.idea of Sanrio Boys was to promote merchandise on social media.


* '''Yuu Mizuno''': Kouta's best friend, loves '''My Melody'''

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* '''Yuu Mizuno''': Kouta's flirtatious best friend, loves '''My Melody'''



* '''Shunsuke Yoshino''': Athletic boy, loves '''Hello Kitty'''
* '''Seiichirou Minamoto''': A handsome boy, loves '''Cinamoroll'''

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* '''Shunsuke Yoshino''': Athletic boy, A popular soccer star, loves '''Hello Kitty'''
* '''Seiichirou Minamoto''': A handsome boy, straightlaced model student, loves '''Cinamoroll'''


** The first few episodes of the anime are made of this trope. Yuu, Shunsuke, and Seiichirou get {{Shirtless Scene}}s in the [[ShowerScene bath]][[FuroScene room]], and much attention is paid to their muscular physiques.


* POVCam: At least OnceAnEpisode, Kouta 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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