What do you like the most about anime? The interesting stories which is full of innocence, might be your answer. While this may sound boring to some, it is actually quite interesting to watch. More so because of the unique storylines and plot that many anime boast of. The upcoming Netflix anime Kotaro Lives Alone is one such anime that has already made fans curious about what the innocent yet twist laden anime has on offer. Kotaro Lives Alone is a new Japanese Netflix Original anime with a hint of comedy that is based on Mami Tsumura’s manga series.
Here is more about the Netflix anime.
Kotaro Lives Alone Release Date
Kotaro Lives Alone is all set to release on Netflix on Thursday, March 10, 2022.
Kotaro Lives Alone Trailer
In the latest trailer released by Netflix, you can see Kotaro standing in front of his new house. As he goes ahead to start a new life in a new place, he introduces himself to his neighbors. The trailer also gives hints about his hardships of living together when one of the people he is close to gives him advice about not using bathhouses as it will drill a hole in his pocket. The trailer also gives details about the other important characters in anime.
Watch the trailer down below:
What is Kotaro Lives Alone’s plot?
The Shimizu Apartments acquire a fresh new renter which makes everyone suspicious. Four-year-old Kotaro Sato leaves everyone perplexed with his entry in the neighborhood. Kotaro goes on his daily shopping excursion with his toy sword slung over his waist. Despite his young age, Kotaro is smart beyond his years, and he begins to influence people around him as he demonstrates his will to live a solid life while waiting to rejoin with his parents.
Who makes up the Kotaro Lives Alone cast?
Kotaro Lives Alone has four confirmed cast members, with Rie Kugimiya providing Kotaro Sato’s voice. Mitsuki Akitomo is voiced by Saori Hayami, Isamu Tamaru is voiced by Junichi Suwabe, and Shin Karino is voiced by Toshiki Masuda.
For the unversed, Mami Tsumura’s manga series Kotaro Lives Alone is a Japanese manga series written and designed by her. Since March 2015, it has been published in Shogakukan’s seinen manga magazine Big Comic Superior. In 2021, TV Asahi broadcasted a ten-episode television drama of the same name.
Here is the poster of the manga: