I don’t care what people say about this. I honestly don’t care. I thought it was going to be a boring show with no interesting content whatsoever. Don’t worry world; I slapped myself for thinking like that as soon as I finished watching the first episode.
And this story? Man. I thought I was going to go nuts when I saw that the first episode was forty-seven minutes long. Now I could very well do with another forty-seven minutes of this. The story sucks you in and you basically glue your eyes to your screen because it’s interesting.
I absolutely recommend this. Give it a try even if it doesn’t seem like your cup of tea. I didn’t think I’d like it either since I never really watch this sort of thing, but this show has me under its spell. I am definitely interested.
Plot Summary: The year was 1970s. Fascinated by the performance of rakugo master Yakumo the 8th at a philanthropic show in a prison, delinquent Kyōji visited Yakumo immediately after serving his term, begging Yakumo to take him in as an apprentice. To his surprise, master Yakumo agreed without much hesitation, yet things progressed not quite as Kyōji expected.Read More