Satou Tatsuhiro, 21 years old, thinks that everything that happens around him is a conspiracy. He figures out who is behind it all: The NHK, an evil secret company. Satou manages to uncover the plot of The NHK after three years of shutting himself in (and rapidly approaching the fourth). In reality, he is nothing more then a NEET (Not in Employment, Education or Training), desperately in need of a cure from that ‘disease'. He wants to break out from the curse, but going out and getting a job is frightening enough for him. That is until he gets selected for a ‘project'; it is a plan to help hikikomori like him face the reality of this world.
Runtime: 25 minutes
NHK ni Youkoso! - Ojarumaru - Netflix
Ojarumaru (おじゃる丸) is a Japanese Yonkoma manga series created by Rin Inumaru, serialized in Shogakukan's Shojo magazine Ciao from 1993 until its cancellation in 2006. A manga adaptation of the anime was published by Shueisha and serialized in Saikyo Jump in 2012. It was adapted as an ongoing anime series produced by NHK Enterprises, animated by Gallop, and broadcast on NHK E-Tele beginning in October 1998. The story focuses on the adventures of a 5-year-old Heian-era prince named Ojarumaru Sakanoue who accidentally time-warps to modern Japan and lives with Kazuma Tamura and his parents. The prince tries to understand modern Japan's culture, while making many new friends and dodging a trio of young oni who try to get back a scepter that he stole from Great King Enma. The official English name of the series is Prince Mackaroo. The series has been dubbed in many languages. It received an “Excellence Award” for animation at the 1999 Japan Media Arts Festival.
NHK ni Youkoso! - Plot - Netflix
Around 1,000 years ago in Fairy World (妖精界 Yōsei-Kai) in the Heian era, a young prince from a noble family named Ojarumaru Sakanoue is bored of his life of privilege. He is later lured into Enma World (エンマ界 Enma-Kai) by the sound of a ukulele played by Great King Enma. Upon arriving, he steals Great King Enma's powerful scepter, which he uses in order to judge the dead. While getting chased by Great King Enma, he accidentally falls into the Moon Hole (月の穴 Tsuki no Ana), which time-warps him to modern Japan through the Full Moon Road (満月ロード Mangetsu Rōdo). The furious Great King Enma sends his three adopted oni children, Aobee, Kisuke, and Akane, who are known as the Oni Child Trio, to pursue Ojarumaru and get the scepter back. At the present time, Ojarumaru befriends a boy named Kazuma Tamura and lives with his family, thanks to his grandfather Tommy. While making many new friends and dodging the Oni Child Trio's efforts to retrieve the scepter, Ojarumaru has many adventures in Moonlight Town and encounters new things he's never seen before in his time period.
NHK ni Youkoso! - References - Netflix