Akutsu Maya is a new sixth grade teacher who gives off a demonic aura, centring her class around a privilege system based on grades. Those with the lowest scores are responsible for chores such as serving lunch or cleaning the chalkboard. Those who speak up against her or disobey her in any way are punished. Maya is thus often referred to as 'onisensei', Demon Teacher. Kanda Kazumi is a twelve year old in Akutsu's class, whose bright personality but average grades often land her in doing the chores. However, as the year goes on, Kazumi and the rest of the class begin to learn that Maya is not as heartless as she appears.
I recommend this show to everyone but I specially recommend this show to teenagers. I gave 10 ratings to many dramas & movies but it looks like I need to change their ratings...
I enjoyed this show more than any other show. The story is very meaningful. It changed my views for importance of study, life and past-present-future. It is pessimistic and also optimistic; realistic and also idealistic. Every character in the drama and all 24 students have their own dream and problem to solve. They learned some important lessons as the time passed. Speech in last episode is very thoughtful, and it’ll create huge impact on you.
The actors were also amazing. The actress who plays Maya is both lovely and really talented. I can’t help myself fall in love with Shida Mirai. All kids are wonder kids; every kid played their role perfectly with emotions as if they are really in that situation and everything is happening to them.
All the episodes are extremely touching and made me cry, tears weren't falling because of only sadness but tears were falling because of happiness also. I highly recommend this drama to everyone. It’s one of the most meaningful stories I've ever seen and really makes you think about teaching, learning, and life. There are many great moments but ending scene of Maya in last episode is epic.
As I mentioned already that I enjoyed this show more than any other show. I hope they’ll air this show someday in India.
If you haven’t started this show yet then start it now……and don't forget to watch specials..."Tee Hee"!!!
Captivating and thought-provoking. This is a brilliant work.
Engaging in such a way that it leaves the viewer awaiting every forth-coming line with interest. Not only that of the teacher but of every character in the drama. There is scarcely a wasted or irrelevant line to be found anywhere.
Amami Yuuki plays the role of the strict and realistic teacher magnificently alongside excellent performances from the children who make up her class.
A woman who looks stiff and never changes her facial expression is dealing with children and teaching them that no matter what the outcome is going to be, they have to make their own decisions and take the responsibility for it.
In Joou no Kyoushitsu we are talking about a teacher, while in Kaseifu no Mita we are dealing with a housekeeper.