The main three characters all have the kanji “葉” (は, Leaf) in their name. The title: three leaves three colors is based on an idiom “Sansha-sanyo”, meaning everyone is unique.
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The main theme song of this anime is very well-known for its amazingly fast lines and the associated dance performance. There are characters who have a distinctive way of speaking, such as geeky girls’ tone and lady-like tone.
A work depicting the life of students going to Asahigaoka Bunko, set in a countryside in Japan. Some characters speak in a unique language while some others speak in a dialect, making viewers notice the ways Japanese language could transform.
It is an anime that depicts school girls’ club activities, and a lot of everyday conversations in Japanese appear. As the characters are basically speaking in a frank tone, you can reference the way they speak when you talk with your friends. In terms of conversations between friends, learning Japanese from this anime is very effective.
The main characters are using standard Japanese (Only Yakusa Chimo uses Hiroshima dialect). There are also scenes using polite language for a superior person and overall wording is polite. Slang words do not appear.
There are many scenes where the major characters use polite language. In the case of friends etc, they will talk in a frank tone but they will not use slang.
Standard Japanese is used by major characters, and there is a tendency to use polite words to superiors. There is no depiction using extreme slang.