I Tried Asking While Kowtowing anime’s official website released the ending sequence on Monday. The anime is titled ‘Dogeza de Tanondemita’ in Japanese. This is a short anime based on Kazuki Funatsu‘s sexual comedy manga. Here’s everything you need to know about the anime’s ending!
I Tried Asking While Kowtowing: Ending Sequence Released!
The newly launched ending sequence features the theme song “Dogeza! Do get that” as “Dogeza-tai” (literally, Dogeza Unit). Minori Gakesaka (Yui Ogura), Natsumi Yūseki (Saika Kitamori), Sannose Ninose (Akane Kaida), and Suwaru Doge (Tomokazu Sugita) sings this song. These are the anime’s main characters. Various digital services debuted the song’s full version in Japan on Monday.
The anime series is all set to land on Wednesday, October 14 at 11:05 p.m. AT-X channel will premiere the anime in Japan. After that, it will be available on various streaming services.
The manga revolves around a very strange man named Suwaru Doge. Suwaru kowtows in front of young women and asks them to show him their underwear.
Shinpei Nagai is the anime’s director. Shinpei is also credited as the animatics creator. ‘I Can’t Understand What My Husband Is Saying, Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san’ is his weal-know work. HARIBOTE is the anime’s character designer.
I Tried Asking While Kowtowing
Source: Seven Seas Entertainment
All About Kazuki Funatsu’s Past Works!
Kazuki Funatsu debuted his sexual comedy manga on Twitter. Later, Kadokawa released a compiled book volume in March 2018. Shueisha’s Ultra Jump magazine launched Funatsu’s ‘Mabataki Yori Hayaku’ manga on March 19. The manga is titled ‘Faster Than the Blink of an Eye’ in English. Funatsu’s Sundome!! Milky Way alien comedy manga came to an end in November.
Sundome!! Milky Way Another End manga offered an alternate ending and it was launched on February 26. Shueisha’s Grand Jump Mucha magazine featured this alternate ending manga. Shueisha’s Grand Jump magazine also launched Sundome!! Milky Way manga in June 2016. The manga’s ninth compiled book volume shipped in Japan on February 19.
Shueisha’s Young Jump magazine debuted Funatsu’s Yokai Girls (Yōkai Shōjo -Monsuga-) manga in March 2014. The manga later ended in June 2017. The 14th and final compiled book volume shipped in Japan in July 2017. Seven Seas Entertainment is all set to release the manga’s English version.
We will bring more details very soon. Until then, stay tuned and keep reading for all the latest updates!