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'Kakushigoto' manga series is receiving an anime film adaptation with events not shown in the TV anime series
December 12, 2020 at 9:05 PM PHT (GMT +8)
The TV anime series adaptation of Kōji Kumeta's "Kakushigoto" manga has been announced on Saturday to receive a compilation film soon. This was announced by the author itself at the end of the "Kakushigoto Special Event" held on Saturday at Westa Kawagoe, Saitama, Japan. It was also revealed that the film will include the events from the manga that was not shown in the TV series. No further details has been revealed.
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The Kakushigoto Japanese comedy manga series written by Kōji Kumeta was serialized in Kodansha's Monthly Shōnen Magazine from December 2015 to July 2020, and has been collected in twelve tankōbon volumes.
The TV anime series adaptation of the film was aired from April 2 to June 18, 2020 in Japan consisting of 12 episodes. It was animated by Ajia-do Animation Works and directed by Yūta Murano, with Takashi Aoshima handling series composition, Shuuhei Yamamoto designing the characters, and Yukari Hashimoto composing the series' music.
The story revolves around Kakushi Gotou, a somewhat popular manga artist whose works are known for inappropriate content. Because of this raunchiness, when his daughter Hime was born, he vowed to keep his profession hidden from her, believing that she will be disillusioned if she finds out.
This paranoia-induced belief leads Kakushi into hectic situations. Despite being a single father, he does his best and often resorts to extreme ends just to protect his secret, such as guising as a salaryman every day or holding emergency drills in case Hime somehow finds her way to his workplace.
Kakushigoto tells the story of a father and daughter living side by side, maintaining their peaceful existence as the father attempts to preserve the status quo. However, there is a saying: "there are no secrets that time cannot reveal." In time, Hime must learn the reality behind the things she took for granted as she grew up. (Synopsis written by MAL Rewrite)