Yuru Camp S2 is more of the same. There, review finished.
I don’t watch much slice of life anime, but Yuru Camp always brought a smile to my face. It’s simple, but it’s nice and relaxing. The characters aren’t just the usual cliches, and it can be quite introspective at times.
I enjoyed this season a bit more than the first, but I can’t exactly say exactly why, especially since S1 isn’t exactly fresh in my memory. It’s not like it’s significantly different. Maybe it just had more of the good content, more jokes that landed, fewer Aki/Inu-focused episodes. Or maybe I was just more in the mood for a Yuru Camp season this time around. This season did have some nice character moments, like with Rin and her grandfather, or Nadeshiko and her sister. Nadeshiko’s solo camping trip was also one of the highlights.
Yeah, I liked it. Not much more to say.