Is toilet bound hanako-kun appropriate for 10 year olds

Is toilet bound hanako-kun appropriate for 10 year olds

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  • Sex & Nudity (7)
  • Violence & Gore (2)
  • Profanity (2)
  • Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking (1)
  • Frightening & Intense Scenes (3)
  • Spoilers (7)

  • Australia:MA15+
  • Germany:12
  • Japan:PG12 (self-applied)
  • Philippines:PG-13
  • Russia:12+
  • South Korea:15
  • United Kingdom:12
  • United States:TV-14
  • Vietnam:C13

Sex & Nudity

  • Severity? 11 30 2 4

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  • A boy gets close to a girl at times (although, he is a ghost.) And in episodes 7/8 one guy screams at another boy, saying, "You're going to have your way with me just like in porn!", but the accusation was completely untrue and he was only saying it to annoy him.
  • The main character has a big beauty complex and one time fantasies about having bigger breasts and a more mature female body.
  • In the first episode, Hanako-kun is searching for something in his pocket at accidentaly takes out a magazine with a cover of a woman in a swimsuit.
  • Hanako-kun is physically getting very close to the main character at times but they dont do anything inappropriate.
  • There are a few times when porn is mentioned, though it is never in specific detail, and only played for laughs.
  • In an episode the main girl wears an ultra padded bra (she wanted bigger breasts) and it falls down infront of two boys, and immediately turns bright red
  • Hanako refers to a Japanese Doll as "Sexy". Played for laughs

Violence & Gore

  • Severity? 2 13 11 1

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  • This anime contains a fair amount of fighting
  • A young boy is shown with bandages and bruises.


  • Severity? 20 12 1 0

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  • Words like "Damn", "Ass" and "Hell" are used a few times.
  • Name calling is present.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Severity? 29 2 1 0

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  • A teacher is often shown smoking.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Severity? 0 10 14 1

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  • The antagonist of the story is basically driven by malice and does very cruel and reckless things towards the main characters.
  • Most of the characters go through or have gone through some kind of emotional trauma.
  • Many of the spirits can look pretty freaky, and could scare younger viewers


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Violence & Gore

  • The titular character's weapon of choice is a chef knife
  • There is a scene in an episode where the antagonist saves the protagonist from an apparition by smashing its skull in until it dies. Not too graphic but blood is shown, and can be frightening to younger viewers.
  • In one episode, the main antagonist removes the heart of a spirit and forces a male ghost to eat it. A bit gory and can be unsettling
  • A character is turned into a camera like monster with black tears, and tries to choke another character. The choking and the design of the monster can be frightning for viewers.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • There are small scenes that can scare the hell out of you such as creepy doll things (but they are flung to the sky) and a lumpy purple monster but it turns out its actually just a few bunny like creatures shape shifting together,theres alot more though
  • The antagonist repeatedly bashes a school mystery's head and tears out its heart (you only see the aftermath) he also force feeds the heart to one of your protagonists,
  • Tsukasa is a very disturbing villain. In one scene, he forcefully transforms a teenage boy into a monster, as the boy screams, and in another scene, he bashes the bloodied head of a spirit numerous times into the wall. The scariest part of him is that he does so thoughtlessly, and always acts like a little child, giggling and laughing as he commits horrible actions.

What's the age rating for toilet bound Hanako kun?

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What age is appropriate for anime?

Here are some tips on age-appropriate anime: Anime seen on the Cartoon Network (or other channels that show children's cartoons) before 9pm is probably safe for most children younger than 13. If it is on after 9pm, then you know it isn't appropriate for children younger than 13.

Is Black Clover appropriate for 10 year olds?

Appropriate for kids, yet hides in more mature and dark material that adults would be more familiar with as well. The darker stuff is done in a way that you get the point more if your a adult, but not too gruesome that it would be bad for kids.

Is one piece OK for kids?

It's hilarious, but also has very serious themes such as government corruption and injustice, predjudice and slavery, that might go over very young kids' heads, as well as some other hidden messages that are not explicitly stated in the show.