by Mizuno Saaya
Kaichou Wa Maid Sama Opening Theme
This is the opening theme song of the current hit anime on Animax. Kaichou Wa Maid Sama! airs its new episodes in Japanese audio (with English subs) every Sunday, 8:30 pm. Also, catch up the last episode before the new one on the same day at 8:00 am (in Japanese audio, without English subs).
The ending theme song of the anime is entitled Yokan (Premonition) performed by heide.
dou ka… please!
Can you keep my secret?
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Kaichou wa Maid-Sama!
I’m so happy that I’ll be able to keep track of the plot in the manga Kaichou Wa Maid Sama (the [student council] president is a maid!) The manga is currently updated, and downloading is quite easy this time. And it’s summer, so I don’t have to think much about school.
The story revolves around Ayuzawa Mizaki, the unbeatable student council president who works at the Cafe Maid Latte after school. She is very strong, dominant and widely known in the school as a fierce disciplinarian. Her work at the Café Maid Latte is her deepest secret that she keeps from her schoolmates. The reason why Mizaki tries all her best to stay as a very strong student council president is that she doesn’t want the number of girls in the school to decrease. The school she’s attending is best known to have the most number of guys, and most of them, quite difficult to handle and notorious. With her as the student council president, the number of girls attending increases.
Only Usui Takumi, the most popular guy among the school knows about this secret (he discovered it accidentally). In the campus, Usui is known to be the strongest and the most perfect guy. And he is also as smart as Misaki. But Misaki thinks that Usui is the Sexual Harassment King – hahaha, so cute really. And Usui possesses culinary interest, so sometimes he comes in the Café Maid Latte to volunteer and help the girls in the kitchen.
I surely hope that in time I’d see an anime adaptation of this manga. I assume that it would be really great to see Usui and Misaki come alive in the screen. Whew!