Witness a Manga Creator’s Life in Kakushigoto this Spring on Funimation

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Nicholas Friedman
Nicholas Friedman is a career pop culture journalist and Sr. Managing Editor at Funimation. You'll likely find him talking about Mob Psycho 100.

The story of a manga creator comes to life in the Kakushigoto anime adaptation, streaming subbed and dubbed on Funimation this spring.

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Kakushigoto follows a lonely mangaka, Kakushi Goto, who draws vulgar manga. The twist? Well, he has to hide the fact that this is his work so that his young daughter, Hime, isn’t exposed to its mature content.

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This slice-of-life comedy will explore the relationship between father and daughter, and the plight of an adult manga creator.

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From Ajia-do (How Not to Summon a Demon Lord, Ascendance of a Bookworm) Kakushigoto‘s Japanese cast includes Rie Takahashi (Fate/Grand Order, KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!) as Hime and Hiroshi Kamiya (Angel Beats!, Attack on Titan) as Kakushi, rounded out by voice actors Ayane Sakura (My Hero Academia, High School DxD), Rikako Aida (Love Live! Sunshine!!), Shiho Kokido (Yuri!! on ICE, Drifters) and more!

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Stay tuned to Funimation for the latest on Kakushigoto, including English cast updates soon! Are you excited for the slice-of-life comedy of Kakushigoto? Share this post and let us know!


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