On September 8, 2022, the official My Master Has no Tail Twitter posted a new full key visual! And the official website for the anime has more for fans to enjoy!
With September 30 right around the corner, fans of Japanese culture are in for a humorous treat! If you haven’t visited the site yet, please do so and enjoy the cute tail wiggle animation!
A new Uchi no Shishou wa Shippo ga Nai main visual!
My Master Has No Tail or Uchi no Shishou wa Shippo ga Nai has been giving us a lot of character-based trailers and visuals. With Episode 1 fast approaching, we now have a new visual featuring our favorite performers and their manager!
This is an excellent series if you love learning about Japan’s history and culture. Rakugo is a different way to tell a story.
All you need is a few props to help you set the mood and a way to differentiate your characters as you act. But, like any art form, practice makes perfect.
Does Mameda have what it takes to master the craft? And when will Bunko’s past be revealed to her?
There’s still time to read the first seven manga chapters before the Uchi no Shishou wa Shippo ga Nai anime starts… unless you know Japanese and you can read the eighth!
An event worthy of Rakugo!
The same official source also announced a collaboration between Tsutenkaku and My Master Has No Tail on September 9. The event will take place between September 17 and October 30, 2022.
A collaboration area will be held on the Observatory of the Tsutenkaku Tower and special goods and benefits will also be available. There’s more to this tower than a nice view!
The Tsutenkaku Tower is the defining landmark of the Shinsekai area in Osaka. It stands at 100 meters, and the third floor displays an exhibition showing off the proud history of Osaka and the surrounding areas.
You may have seen this landmark and mistaken it for the Eiffel Tower; that’s because “La dame de fer” served as an inspiration for the Tsutenkaku Tower. However, should you visit the tower, try to find the statue of the Billiken good luck charm.
The tower was initially built in 1912. It stood at 64 meters and was the tallest building in Asia! Unfortunately, in 1943, a fire broke out and damaged it.
Luckily, local volunteers rebuilt the tower to its new height of 100 meters and installed neon lights that change color during the seasons!