Single father Kakushi Goto has a secret. He’s a top-selling artist of popular erotic manga, but his impressionable young daughter, Hime, can never find out! Now he’s having to bend over backwards just to keep her inquisitive little mind from discovering what he does for a living. A father-daughter tale of love and laughter.
I had seen this anime on Funimation and was curious on how this anime would play out. I really love it so far especially when he gets all depressed or worried if his daughter were to find out what he truly does for a living.
Awww man folks....we have been really treated spoilt to another father-daughter anime this year. The relationship between Goto and Hime was absolutely precious like the pair of them just melt your heart into pieces!This anime and Somali & the Spirit Forest have been definitely giving me lots of onions in terms of what goes on behind the scenes of Goto's secret in attempting to hide his job from his daughter. It even gives us a sense of reality to what an mangaka does for a living. The lighthearted comedy makes you laugh but at the same time, there's always confusing depressing scenes to the future at the end of each episode. As a viewer, you really wouldn't have a clue on what's going on with Goto and Hime.I'm not gonna bother telling you lot to what happened because this anime is so so worth everyone's time whether they hate slice of life stuff or not.I thoroughly enjoyed this anime, it was emotional, funny and just heartwarming. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to cry in the corner because of the ending.😭
I really enjoyed watching Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei but the show had moments where it went a little too deep in Japanese culture, resulting in jokes that I just couldn't relate to. A lot of it was still fun and goofy but I always wished that there was a bit more focus on the cast, the characters had tons of personality but it was obvious that they didn't always suit the narrative. Kakushigoto and Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei have a lot in common, they're by the same author with a very similar art direction, but there is a lot more focus on the cast compared to Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei. Instead of everybody's fav teacher, mr. Despair, we follow the story of a father who raises his daughter by himself but feels ashamed to tell her what type of work he does. It creates a lot of awkward situations and a lot of misunderstandings. The jokes don't always land, the main story that they're building up to will leave a lot of people scratching their head but there is a certain charm to the show that a lot of people will appreciate.
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