It seems that the timing of bath scenes in anime featuring female characters on Japanese TV doesn’t matter much. Otaku fans have noticed this when comparing three current anime series broadcast at different times.
Bath Scenes in Anime Can Air at Any Time
Anime shows that air in the morning on Japanese television are usually geared towards children, so they tend to have lighter themes where more mature content is rare. Then we have anime series that are broadcast in the afternoon or early evening, which is still not a time slot that allows for everything.
And then we have the “late-night anime,” which airs late at night, typically from 10 pm onwards and extending past midnight, usually accommodating more serious storylines. However, bath scenes in anime can be found at any time.
Take a look.
For example, we have One Piece, which airs on Japanese TV every morning at 9:30:
Now, consider a bath scene from Nanatsu no Taizai: Mokushiroku no Yonkishi, an anime airing at 4:30 pm in Japan:
Lastly, Hikikomari Kyuuketsuki no Monmon, which is broadcast at 10:30 in the evening:
And I would go even further to say that the bath scenes in the anime series airing during the day, such as One Piece and Nanatsu no Taizai, seem to reveal more than the so-called “late-night anime.”
What do you think?
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