Is WataMote appropriate?

What did Tomoko do?

“Watamote” is short for a ridiculously long title “Watashi ga Motenai no wa do Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui!” which translates to “No matter how I look at it, it's you guys' fault I'm not popular!” The 12 part series narrates the story of a teenage girl, Tomoko Kuroki, starting high school, who comes to the realisation ...Mar 20, 2014

Tomoko acts strange around Yū. Her actual experience is limited mainly to fantasies from playing games, making up scenarios, and listening to her special yandere audios. In one incident early in the anime and manga, she sees into the window of a Love Hotel where she can watch two people making love.

This later leads to her becoming massively depressed and stressed afterwards, which does not help with the stormy weather outside, especially considering the fact that someone took her umbrella.Jun 9, 2015

Chapter 152 reveals that she and the rest have felt abandoned by Emiri since she keeps slipping away from them. Nagi appears to come to understand that Emiri has a crush on Tomoko. Kayo initially protests that Tomoko, "is a girl," but she then urges Tomoko to be friends with Emiri.

The main ending theme is "Dō Kangaete mo Watashi wa Warukunai!" (どう考えても私は悪くない!), "No Matter How I Look at It, It's Not My Fault!").

Tomoko (ともこ, トモコ) is a female Japanese given name. Like many Japanese names, Tomoko can be written using different kanji characters and can mean: 友子 - "friendly child"

She is 15 years old at the start of WataMote and her birthday is March 3rd which, according to Chapter 36, is a week after Tomoko's birthday.

So if you're wondering why the jokes in Watamote have so little variation, this is the reason. This is why Tomoko will never be popular. The series enforces the idea by using a repetitive episodic structure.Jul 31, 2013

Yuri Tamura (田村 ゆり, Tamura Yuri?) is Tomoko's classmate in her second then third year in high school. She first really meets Tomoko during class when the teacher puts her, Yoshida, and Uchi in Tomoko's group for the school field trip to Kyōto.

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Is WataMote appropriate?
16+ as was said should be ok. Depends on the kid though, i coulda probably watched it younger but not everyone is the same. 16 and up seems about right, although I doupt many 16 year olds would actually find this show all that enjoyable.Oct 6, 2014
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Who made WataMote anime?
Nico Tanigawa (谷川ニコ Tanigawa Nico) is a pseudonym for the author and artist of the manga WataMote. They have worked on several other manga, such as Kuzu to Megane to Bungaku Shoujo Nise, Number Girl, and Write Shimai. Not much is known about them. The author is the one depicted with glasses.
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Is Tomoko a guy?
Tomoko (ともこ, トモコ) is a female Japanese given name. Like many Japanese names, Tomoko can be written using different kanji characters and can mean: 友子 - "friendly child"
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Is WataMote Japanese?
(Japanese: 私がモテないのはどう考えてもお前らが悪い!, Hepburn: Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dō Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui!), commonly referred to as WataMote (わたモテ), is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by two people under the pseudonym Nico Tanigawa.
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What is the plot of WataMote?
Tomoko believes she will be popular in high school since she is so successful in otome games. When she starts high school, she realizes the opposite is true as she finds herself a loner and suffering from severe social anxiety.
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