The platform Funimation announced on his official Twitter account that Kakushigoto: Himegoto wa Nandesuka, the compilation film of the animated adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by Kouji Kumeta, Kakushigoto (Kakushigoto: My father's secret ambition) will appear in its catalog in Latin America this month. A specific date will be announced shortly.


The film was released in Japanese theaters on July 9, and Although it is a compilation film, it contains a multitude of new scenes with different perspectives and a "different ending" that is not shown in the animated television adaptation.. For its part, the original series premiered in April 2020 and had a total of twelve episodes, while Kumeta published the manga in the magazine Monthly Shonen magazine from the publisher Kodansha between December 2015 and July 2020.

Production team

  • Yuuta Murano (Brave beats, Dream party!, Bokura no Nanokakan Sensou) was responsible for directing the anime in the studios Ajia-do.
  • Takashi Aoshima (Minami-ke, Ahoy girls, Endro ~!) was responsible for writing and overseeing the scripts.
  • Shuuhei Yamamoto (Battle Girl High School, Sora to Umi no Aida) was responsible for the character design.
  • Yukari Hashimoto (Sangatsu not a lion, Sarazanmai) was responsible for composing the soundtrack.

Summary of Kakushigoto

Kakushi Gotou is a somewhat popular manga artist whose works are known for their inappropriate content. Because of these profanities, when his daughter Hime was born, he swore to keep his profession a secret from her, believing that he would be disappointed if he found out. This paranoia-induced belief leads Kakushi into hectic situations. Despite being a single parent, he goes to great lengths and often goes to extremes just to keep his secret, such as dressing up as a salaryman every day or doing emergency drills in case Hime finds out his real job.

Source: Official Twitter account

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