Gokushufudou Manga is adapted to Anime

During the Netflix Anime Festival 2020 ~ The Future of Anime, Together ~, it was announced that the manga was written and illustrated by Kousuke oono, Gokushufudou, will inspire an anime adaptation.

The series will premiere worldwide on the platform Netflix For its part, Oono publishes the manga on the website Kurage Bunch from the publisher Shinchosha since February 2018. The publisher released the fifth compilation volume on June 9th in Japan and will publish the sixth on November 9th.

The piece also inspired an adaptation of a live action series Hiroshi Tamaki like Tatsu and Haruna Kawaguchi like Miku. The series is broadcast as part of the television broadcaster's "Sunday TV" block Nippon television every Sunday at 10:30 p.m. (Japanese Standard Time).


  • Kenjiro Tsuda like Tatsu.

Production team

  • Chiaki Kon is responsible for directing the anime in the studios JC staff.
  • Susumu Yamakawa is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.

Synopsis of Gokushufudou

Tatsu, a notorious and feared yakuza leader nicknamed "The Immortal Dragon," withdraws from the criminal syndicate and becomes a housekeeper to help his wife, Miku. The series features a variety of comedic settings, typically showing Tatsu's domestic activities and intimidating inequality with his looks, as well as multiple encounters with his former colleagues and rivals in the Japanese Criminal Syndicate.

Source: Comic Natalie

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