Chichi Iro Toiki, or Chichiiro Toiki, is a two episode OVA that aired in 2014. Each episode is 14 minutes long. It’s based on an adult manga by Goban.
Takashi’s childhood friend Saya and his younger sister Mika may not see him as a real man, but just being around them has been provoking him more and more. Following yet another failed proposal on his part, Saya feels bad for him and lets him grope her breasts, but it quickly gets out of hand and turns into a full night of full-blown sex!
Hentai is always fappable when it’s vanilla and lighthearted…or is it?
Vanilla is always enjoyable because both parties are happy and both are enjoying themselves throughout. However, is it really? Can you say for sure?
Chichiiro Toiki has proven me quite an interesting aspect of what hentai can actually achieve.
The sound quality and voice acting are top notch. I don’t think anything else can be said about the sound so lets get moving.
The characters are as shallow as they are but the characters are deep enough to have the hentai be enjoyable overall. The characters (two girls) are your usual lighthearted females that easily forgive the Main character. Nothing can really be said besides the fact that they are really likable (like all Vanilla hentai).
One of the most noticeable facet of this hentai is its animation. The animation is really smooth. Although the animation is smooth, because of the budget, the smoothness likely sacrificed the duration of the hentai. This trade off might seem unreasonable but the shortened duration also brought upon art that is extremely outstanding. The art is doubtlessly the best I’ve seen from a hentai so far. Yet, with its vanilla, smooth animation and great art, it has two great flaws that made this hentai partly not fapp-able. Although subjective, I believe Hentai’s greatness lies in its story (albeit mostly shallow) and its art. The ideal situation from the story that kindles our lust and the details of the art that causes us to think we are present in the event are what creates a vivid and satisfying feeling. However, this hentai lacks one of the two. What might it be…?
This hentai went for the stars, it went beyond to achieve great art but because of that, it met its downfall. The art of the first episode was clear, the eyes of the character also have great detail. Nothing was really wrong with the first episode. The main problem lies in the second episode where the art was beyond expectation. The art is on par with that of anime created from studios of great renown. I believe the director wanted to define the mood ever more so clearly with the colors and art on the second episode. However, it became a piece of art that lacks detail that we want. The second episode of Chichiiro Toiki lacks the details of the characters. Their physical features are lost in the colors that represent the feelings of the characters and the surroundings. The episode can easily speed up the heartbeat of one, but the episode cannot speed up the blood up to the shaft even though the increased heartbeat supposedly should provide more blood to the body. I can say this once and I can say it once more, the art is so resplendent, to a point that it becomes more than your run of the mill hentai, it becomes a hentai that covets the viewer to find a meaning. I imagine the only word that can describe this flaw is “Fabulous”.
The transitions of the second episode was severely lacking. One scene contains characters pretty heated in their actions but the next scene unexpectedly contain something else. To put it simply, the scenes sometimes feel abrupt. Many hentai tend to do that but it’s done in a way that cannot be noticed. As I said before, it’s quite trivial but It was on my mind so it’s best to let one know. Another scene that quite irked me was when the Main male character generated white organic matter onto his partner’s face. The next scene then has no trace of that whatsoever. The organic matter disappeared without a trace, maybe it was consumed off screen, who knows…
Hentai is not always flappable when it’s vanilla and lighthearted, because the art can be unexpected and in this case, Chichi Iro Toiki is unexpectedly fabulous.