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Sunday, November 18, 2018

Yutaro Miura -- Home Sweet Home!

Almost a couple of months ago, I wrote about the cheery opening theme to one of the more comically violent anime I've seen in recent memory, "Jashin-chan Dropkick"(邪神ちゃんドロップキック...Dropkick on my Devil!).

Yes, folks! Quentin Tarentino and anime...discuss.

Anyways, along with that opening theme, there is always the just-as-cheery ending theme by Yutaro Miura(三浦祐太朗)"Home Sweet Home!" that comes across as half-anime ender and half-game music. Perhaps for all of the mayhem that Jashin-chan generates and attracts, the song may be pointing out that the half-girl/half-serpent actually likes being on Earth in Tokyo.

Written by Miura and composed by prolific anison writer Kenichi Maeyamada(前山田健一), there's nothing here that makes "Home Sweet Home!" a classic but it's a nice enough ending theme which reflects a typically chaotic episode. The download-only single came out in July of this year.

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