The Look Of Masaki Suda, Crossing Gender, For Live Action Princess Jellyfish


Princess Jellyfish is a manga comic written and illustrated by Akiko Higashimura, first published in 2008. It was adapted into a one series anime in 2010 and now a live action adaptation is being filmed.

The story focuses on housing complex in Tokyo where only women are allowed. Tsukimi Kurashita is a young women fixated by jellyfish stems, seeing them as the dresses of princesses. A comic book artist, she bonds with fellow geeks in the building, especially one crossdressing male Kuranosuke Koibuchi, or Kurako, as the quiet neighbourood in which she lives in is under threat of redevelopment.

Here is Masaki Suda, in his first released photos as Kurako. The movie comes out at the end of the year.




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