Kaoru Curry-zawa's Kremlin Flash Gag Anime Now Streaming

posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Series of shorts about college student who takes in 3 Russian Blue cats

The first four Flash anime shorts inspired by Kaoru Curry-zawa's Kremlin cat gag comedy began streaming to the public on YouTube on Friday.

The gag comedy centers around a purported college student named Haruo "Cat" Kyattsuyama who only went to his school, the low-tier Kunekune College, once. One day, he sees a cute Russian Blue cat named Kan-u abandoned in a cardboard box on the roadside somewhere in Japan. Kyattsuyama pretends not to see the cat, and continues to do so for an entire year. Surprisingly, no one has shown up to try to save the cat, so Kyattsuyama finally decides to pick the cat up — however, by then, there are now three Russian Blue cats instead of just one. Kyattsuyama asked the cats for their names, and they all said "Kan-u."

The Flash animation is handled by DLE Inc. (Haiyoru! Nyaruani, Thermae Romae). The cast includes:

  • Yōichirō Tani as Haruo Kyattsuyama
  • Aki Hirakawa as Nyanko Kan-u

The ending song "Koinu to Boku" (The Puppy and I) is performed by DLE's director Azuma Tani.

Thanks to Liam for the news tip.

Source: Comic Natalie

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