Kyouichi has always been a successful businessman, but after starting a secret prostitution ring out of his luxurious mansion the money, and favors, are just rolling in. Now he has high class clients and business associates coming from all around to taste his exotic selection, but his most recent acquisition seems to be off the menu. After having been rescued by Kyouichi from a motorcycle gang, Youri is now working as a liaison between the patron and his supple treat for the evening. But when Youri learns that her prior run-in might have been staged, she’s ready to put her body on the line to find out if Kyouichi really cares about her or if he simply wants her as the newest addition to his collection. I don’t know about you, but my money’s on the latter!
Mixing a fair amount of sex with almost no story, Shoyjo Koakuma Kei throws us right into the thick of things as we watch one of Kyouichi’s prized girls, the terribly loli Ayaka, pleasuring one of their many clients. While she’s certainly small, they really wanted to extenuate the point by making her patron a monster of a man, as they play endlessly on their size differential and how “Daddy’s” destroying her tiny self. After this diminutive sex loving vixen has her fun things quickly shift to Youri and her predicament. Was that whole motorcycle gang real or just a setup by Kyouichi to get her into his clutches? With no way of really knowing, the matron of the house puts her to a bet. Youri will get setup with a client and if Kyouichi comes to her rescue then he really does care, otherwise everything she’s been told is true. This, of course, means that if he doesn’t come to her rescue that she’ll be raped, but she doesn’t seem to mind that eventuality too much. As least until the time actually comes anyway…
Although this may seem like a rather odd bet to make, a twist at the end explains many of the obtuse character actions throughout even if it begs more questions than it answers. Regardless of your thoughts, it really doesn’t do much to change one’s overall opinion of Shoyjo Koakuma Kei however. While the character designs aren’t bad, especially with regards to little Ayaka and the more traditional Youri, the animation is quite lacking and the details aren’t doing much for anyone. Half the time all we’re getting is colorless folds of flesh, and the other half everything’s simply hidden from view. Not a great combination to say the least, and with only a few characters and sexual situations, any variety is nearly nonexistent.
I’m sure being only one episode long didn’t help Shoyjo Koakuma Kei, but with a largely uninteresting storyline and a lack of quality sex scenes, not even the extra time could have saved it too much.
All the events and interactions between the characters completely negate their “twist” at the end. While it clears up some questions in one sense, it begs many more in another.