It Came from Japan – Wooser’s Hand-to-Mouth Life
I began watching Wooser’s Hand-to-Mouth Life completely on a whim, looking for something adorable to watch to cleanse my palate between Winter anime simulcasts. Within minutes, I was hooked. It’s not that the show was good enough to grab my attention in just the intro minutes, the show clocks in at 4 minutes an episode, including a decently long opening and closing credits segment.
Wooser, despite his rabbity cuteness, is neither cute nor a rabbit. The only thing on Wooser’s mind is obtaining large piles of cash, meat, girls, and their used clothing, and he’s not afraid to beg or steal to get them. Each episode also seems to tackle a different anime trope, such as the fanservice-filled beach episode, rock band roommates, and slice-of-life, all in that simplistic chibi art style (with the occasional closeup art changes to nail a trope home if needed).
Wooser’s Hand-to-Mouth Life is only 12 episodes long, with seven currently available on Crunchyroll. An additional episode is said to be coming exclusively to the Blu-ray release, but this is sadly only confirmed for a Japanese release at this time. That being said, Wooser’s Hand-to-Mouth Life receives my stamp of approval, all my money, and my meat.
Judge for yourself: Crunchyroll