Currently streamed on Crunchyroll; to be available on DVD this year.
North American anime company Sentai Filmworks has announced on Tuesday that it has acquired the anime series Papa no Iu Koto o Kikinasai!
Aside from it’s simulcast through the video-streaming website Crunchyroll in selected territories, the company also plans to release it in other platforms in North America.
The series will be released in English subtitles on DVD later this year.
Segawa Yuta is a freshman of a university. He lost his parents when he was small and was raised by his sister Yuri. Yuta has been living alone since Yuri got married to a middle aged man when Yuta was a junior high student.
One day, Yuri visited Yuta’s apartment and asked him to take care of her three daughters while Yuri and her husband were on a trip. He unwillingly accepted the job but the plane Yuri took went missing. In order to prevent the daughters from being adopted separately by relatives, Yuta decided to take in all three girls.
A life of a strange family in a tiny apartment begins. (Synopsis by MyAnimeList.net)
Papa no Iu Koto o Kikinasai! (EN: Listen To Me Girls, I’m Your Father!), also known as “Papakiki”, is a light novel series written by Tomohiro Matsu & illustrated by Yuka Nakajima. The series was first published in December 2009 and currently has eight (8) volumes, while its manga counterpart has published its first volume last September.
The anime series is directed by Sengoku Basara director Itsuro Kawasaki, while Naruhisa Narakawa, who handled series composition for Elemental Gelade, had handled the same task for the anime. Papakiki has been produced by the anime studio Feel.
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