I must have watched this anime 3–4 times before Netflix took it down (which broke my heart a little). Not to be deterred, I located the manga and have begun my collection of Princess Jellyfish by Akiko Higashimura. This off-beat storyline has a familiar theme—every girl can be a princess. But Tsukimi is a dowdy, socially-awkward otaku who freezes up in the presence of confident, stylish people. Her refuge with the other women of Amars (a No Men Allowed boarding house nicknamed “the nunnery”) is invaded by just such a person.
The catch? Kuranosuke is all boy.