Koji Kumeta's heart-warming family comedy was previously adapted into a TV anime in Spring of 2020
Some quick news for all you fans of secret manga authors: Kakushigoto, a Spring 2020 TV anime based on the family comedy manga by Koji Kumeta about a father trying to hide his work as a raunchy manga author from his young daughter, is being adapted into a compilation film that will play in Japanese theaters.
「劇場編集版 かくしごと」の制作が決定しました！— 『かくしごと』TVアニメ公式 (@kakushigoto_pr) December 12, 2020
The film was announced at a special Kakushigoto stage event held in Saitama on December 12, 2020. Details about the new production are currently scarce, although according to a post on the official Kakushigoto Twitter feed (above), both people who have already seen the TV anime and people who haven't will be able to enjoy the film.
The Kakushigoto TV anime is directed by Yuta Murano and features animation by Ajia-do Animation Works. The series is distributed in the United States by Funimation, who describe the story of Kakushigoto as follows:
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.
Official Kakushigoto TV anime Twitter feed (@kakushigoto_pr)
Copyright notice: © Koji Kumeta・Kodansha / Kakushigoto Production Committee
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