Anan translation - Endo Aya’s strategies for going after the sextuplets.
Totoko’s voice actress’s comments about what the brothers might be like to go out with and her tips on how to win them from the recent Anan special magazine.
Endo Aya’s strategies
for going after the sextuplets.
Totoko-chan, the super cute only girl in the group. She’s
very popular with the sextuplets, and we’re as jealous as could be. Together
with Endo Aya who performed her, we’re going to examine their manly charms in a
somewhat serious way!
She’s Totoko-chan so she understands?! The sextuplets “manly
The beloved heroine Totoko, whom the sextuplets never stop
admiring. Since she is approached by them constantly on a daily basis, she’s
bound to know about their attitudes towards love, and (we’re not sure whether
or not they actually have any) their manly charms. Therefore, we threw Endo
Aya, who played Totoko the closest observer of the sextuplets for half a year,
the silly question, “What are they like as men?”
(Endo) To start with, whatever they may say, I think that
they are kind boys. No matter how selfish Totoko gets, they face her head on
and take the blow. This time, I tried thinking about each of them carefully,
but even though they are jobless virgin NEETs who sponge off their family, there
are moments when I suddenly felt like they were “good men” and I got flustered,
lol. Despite telling myself that “If I went out with them they’d definitely be
a burden,” I had a hard time keeping my cool. (Lol)
So she has analysed each of their manly charms, from
Osomatsu to Todomatsu, and has proposed her strategies for going after them.
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