Medama-oyaji turns out to be a handsome man♡ Fan-arts of GeGeGe no Kitarō
Throw your request for help into the Yokai Post and, out of nowhere, you will hear the rhythmic tap of a pair of geta (Japanese-style wooden sandals)───
“GeGeGe no Kitarō” first aired in 1968 and has celebrated its 50th anniversary this year. The anime series started as an adaptation of “Hakaba no Kitaro”, a kashihon manga (manga for loan) created by Shigeru Mizuki in 1960. As an anime series that sparked the yokai boom phenomenon in society, “GeGeGe no Kitarō” continues to get a new adaptation every decade, connecting generation after generation to the world of yokai. Capturing the hearts of many, the world that Shigeru Mizuki creates is that of comedy and bone-chilling horror. The sixth anime series include new elements, such as Neko Musume’s unparalleled cuteness and Medama-oyaji’s true figure, that continue to attract public attention.
Today, we’re featuring fan-arts of “GeGeGe no Kitarō” which has just celebrated its 50th anniversary. Enjoy!