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Gin no Saji (銀の匙)
Average Rating: 8.5 / 10

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Violence: 3.5 / 10
Nudity: 2 / 10
Theo Theme: 1.5 / 10
Neg Theme: 1.5 / 10

Brief Description:
Yugo Hachiken decided to escape from the stressful school and home environment in the city by enrolling at an agricultural high school. Unlike his peers who'll eventually embark upon different agricultural careers, he decides to study there only because he believes it'll be less competitive academically. Unfamiliar with his new surroundings, he tries his best to adapt to the exciting and challenging world of Ōezo Agricultural High School.

Source: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=15017

Date Aired: 12 Jul 2013 to 20 Sept 2013
Suggested Age: 13+
Complete at 11 episodes.
Related works: The original manga and a second season in Winter 2014.
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10/19/2013: GeneD [ Already Rated ]

Violence / Gore: Farm violence; some of the upperclassmen slaughter chickens and the severed necks are shown, on Crunchyroll this was censored out with pixels, I don't know about elsewhere. A deer is killed accidentally by being hit by a car and the students watch a DVD of pigs being processed at a slaughterhouse and a good amount of blood is shown. It should be noted that these animals are killed for food as part of life on a farm.

Nudity / Sexual Content: The boys are seen in the bath about twice, some bottoms are seen. There's a misunderstanding which leads to people suspecting a guy of getting a girl pregnant.

Theological Themes: I think there was maybe one scene with people praying at a shrine.

Negative Themes: I'm putting this here for lack of a better place; there's a quite graphic depiction of a cow giving birth.

October, 2013: skreyola [ Already Rated ]

Previous review covers it, but I wanted to add something to the theological content: The scene at the shrine shows people revering a horse that has died.

Added: October, 2013