1. Childcare
  2. Comedy
  3. Gag Humor
  4. Otaku Culture
  5. Slice of Life
  1. Ajia-do
Apr 2, 2020 at 10:30am EDT

The story 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.

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

[Source: Funimation]

  1. Childcare
  2. Comedy
  3. Slice of Life
Kakushigoto Theatrical Edit: Himegoto wa nan desu ka
  1. Ajia-do
July 8, 2021 EDT

Compilation of the TV series with added scenes that were not adapted in the television anime, and different perspectives.

Kakushi Gotou is 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.

[Source: bilibili]