Boku no Pico

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Boku no Pico
Cover of the Boku no Pico DVD
(Boku no Piko)
Genre Shotacon, Hentai, Otokonoko
Original video animation
Directed by Katsuyoshi Yatabe
Produced by Seiji Kaneko
Written by Katsuhiko Takayama
Music by Shinobu
Studio Natural High
Released September 7, 2006
Runtime 33 minutes
Original video animation
Pico to Chico
Directed by Katsuyoshi Yatabe
Produced by Seiji Kaneko
Written by Katsuhiko Takayama
Music by Shinobu
Studio Natural High
Released April 19, 2007
Runtime 38 minutes
Original video animation
Pico - Boku no Chiisana Natsu Monogatari
Directed by Katsuyoshi Yatabe
Produced by Seiji Kaneko
Written by Katsuhiko Takayama
Music by Shinobu
Studio Natural High
Released November 11, 2007
Runtime 30 minutes
Original video animation
Pico × Coco × Chico
Directed by Katsuyoshi Yatabe
Produced by Seiji Kaneko
Written by Katsuhiko Takayama
Music by Shinobu, T2
Studio Natural High
Released October 9, 2008
Runtime 35 minutes
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Boku no Pico (ぼくのぴこ Boku no Piko?, lit. My Pico) is a Japanese series of hentai shotacon anime OVAs produced by Natural High. The producer has described it as "the world's first" Shotacon anime".[1] The series consists of three episodes, as well as a one-shot manga chapter, a computer game and a video compilation of songs. Because of the high cost of producing anime, the characters and contents were intensively product-tested before production began.[1]



Voiced by: Mariko Sakou[2]
Pico (ぴこ Pico?) is a blond adolescent boy who works part-time at Tamotsu's grandfather's bar in the summer. He's often shown swimming, usually naked or in a blue Speedo. He has worn girls' clothing ever since Tamotsu gave some to him as a gift. Later, hurt that Tamotsu wouldn't define their relationship, he rebels by cutting off some locks of his hair and runs away. The following summer, he spots Chico swimming nude in a stream while cycling by. He soon becomes friends with Chico, who calls him "oniichan" and forms a sexual relationship with him. In his relationships with both Mokkun and Chico, he is the uke, though the latter is somewhat reversible.


Tamotsu (タモツ?) is also nicknamed "Mokkun" by Pico. He is a young man who sexualizes Pico. Tamotsu is a white collar worker and regular of BeBe.[3] He seduces Pico mistaking him for a young girl, but continues the relationship after realizing Pico's true gender. He later buys Pico a girl's outfit, complete with a ruby choker and panties, which he persuades Pico to wear despite his initial protests. He views Pico solely as a sexual object, though later shows true concern for Pico after he disappears. Although he eventually reconciles his relationship with Pico, he is absent in the second and third OVA. In his relationship with Pico, he is the seme.


Ojiisan (おじいさん?) is Tamotsu's grandfather who runs a large but usually empty bar by the beach named Bebe. When Tamotsu visits him for the summer, he has Pico help out as waiter while wearing a frilly pink apron. He introduces Pico to his grandson Tamotsu and suggests they spend time together.


Chico (ちこ Chiko?) is a brunette boy who lives with his sister in a large house in a secluded forest area and develops a sexual relationship with Pico in the second episode. He is younger and less sexually experienced than Pico. He often plays outdoors in the nude and secretly watches his older sister masturbate. In most cases, Chico is the seme, despite his age, though his relationship with Pico is somewhat reversible.


Oneesan (お姉さん?) is Chico's older sister and she takes care of him. Perhaps because of her caring for Chico, and her isolated home, she appears sexually frustrated and masturbates regularly. After being seen by the boys through a crack in the ceiling, she is the indirect cause of their experimentation. She has a large collection of fetish outfits and sex toys that Pico and Chico use without her permission. She later masturbates around a corner from the boys when she finds them sexually engaged upon returning from the grocery store.


CoCo is a male with long, black hair who Pico meets in the third episode. It is subtly implied that Coco is actually of supernatural origin, a so-called "city fairy", due to some strange minor occurrences in his vicinity, though this is never explicitly confirmed. CoCo soon has sexual relations with both Pico and Chico. After inadvertently causing some friction in their relationship, CoCo decides to distance himself from Pico and Chico, though they find him again at Tokyo Tower. He is also the main uke of the three, but this can be reversed.



Four single episode original video animations (OVA) have been released in the Boku no Pico series. Each episode was directed by Katsuyoshi Yatabe and produced by Natural High. The first was released to DVD by Soft on Demand on September 7, 2006. The second followed on April 16, 2007.[4] The third episode was released on October 9, 2008.[5]

A box set containing the first two episodes and the soundtrack CD was released by Soft on Demand on April 19, 2007.[6] On November 11, 2007, the first OVA was re-edited with a different script and re-released. The edited version is the only one of the series to be considered appropriate for viewers under 18.[7]

# Title Original Release
1 "My Pico"
"Boku no Piko" (ぼくのぴこ) 
September 7, 2006[4]
An effeminate boy named Pico works at his grandfather's cafe during the summer, hoping to make some friends. He soon meets a man named Tamotsu "Mokkun", who seduces him, believing him to be a girl. Later at Mokkun's house, Pico asks Mokkun what he thinks of him, but he doesn't respond. Pico runs away and cuts his hair. Mokkun searches for him, and the two reconcile at the end of the episode. 
2 "Pico and Chico"
"Piko to Chiko" (ぴことちこ) 
April 19, 2007[4]
Pico finds a boy named Chico swimming nude in a stream, and the two become friends. Later at Chico's house, Chico takes Pico to his attic, where the two spy on Chico's sister masturbating. Pico then shows Chico that boys can also do this, and the two have sex. 
- "Pico: My Little Summer Story"
"Piko: Boku no Chiisana Natsu Monogatari" (pico〜ぼくの小さな夏物語) 
November 11, 2007
An edited version of the first OVA, with content more suitable for viewers under 18. 
3 "Pico x Coco x Chico"
"Piko x Coco x Chiko" (ぴこ×CoCo×ちこ) 
October 9, 2008[5]
Pico and Chico meet a pretty, feminine-looking runaway named Coco who lives in a hideout underneath the subway. Pico slowly begins to fall in love with Coco, causing him to question his feelings for Chico. The situation becomes exacerbated when Pico catches Coco and Chico having relations one night. Eventually, they reconcile, having a threesome atop Tokyo Tower


A single chapter manga, Ame no Hi no Pico to Chico (雨の日のぴことちこ lit. A Day of Rain for Pico and Chico?), was written by Aoi Madoka and published in the May 2007 issue of Hanaota.[8]


On April 6, 2008, it was confirmed on the producer's blog that a PC game (ぴことちこ ショタアイドルのオシゴト), starring Pico and Chico, was being produced. The game has its own "new theme song".[9] The game was released on October 15, 2010.

Song Collection

A compilation of songs, Boku no Piko PV Song Collection: Boku, Otoko no Ko dayo (ぼくのぴこ PV Song Collection: 〜ぼく、男の子だよ〜 lit. My Pico PV Song Collection: I'm a boy?), was released in Japan on July 9, 2009. The running time is 30 minutes, and it includes more than 8 music videos starring the characters from previous OVAs. It also includes sing-along and karaoke options to each song.[10]


  1. ^ a b Michael, Christopher (May 2007). "Boku no Pico – An Animated Discussion". The Walrus. Archived from the original on October 12, 2007. Retrieved June 4, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Pico - Anime News Network". Retrieved 2014-08-21. 
  3. ^ Official character bio for Boku no Pico OVA Anime on Demand. Pageas it appeared in 2007, as archived by [1]
  4. ^ a b c "My Pico" (in Japanese). Natural High. Retrieved 2008-12-14.  Page as it appeared in 2007, by [2]
  5. ^ a b "ぴこ×CoCo×ちこ" (in Japanese). Natural High. Archived from the original on 2008-03-27. Retrieved 2008-12-14. 
  6. ^ AV(アダルトビデオ)の総合デパート ソフト・オン・デマンド, archived from the original on 2008-03-27, retrieved 2014-08-22 
  7. ^ "Pico Kijuri Promotional Videos Poster". Anime News Network. 2007-09-17. 
  8. ^ "ぴこWEB" (in Japanese). Natural High. Retrieved 2008-12-14. 
  9. ^ Article about the upcoming PC game at Producer's blog.
  10. ^ "ぴこWEB" (in Japanese). Natural High. Retrieved 2009-05-24. 

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