Although based on the summary of Kuragehime (princess jellyfish) one may seem skittish to watch this show, but once watching it you will wish there was more. This show starts out by introducing you to Tsukimi a girl who is what could be assumed a stereotypical otaku, although as an otaku myself knows this is untrue, and has horrible social skills. She lives in an apartment where all the women hate men and also cannot behave normally in social settings. Although as an avid otaku I would love to hate the fact that they portray all of the women as socially unacceptable you can’t help but to feel yourself pulled into their stories and humor.
Tsukimi meets Kuranosuke thinking that he is a female “stylish” but soon finds him to be a cross-dresser, and in order to save herself she has him continue this masquerade with her roomates. This leads of course to the several almost run ins with her friends finding out the truth. Kuranosuke slowly get Tsukimi to come out of her shell introducing her to the “stylish” cultureContinue reading