How to watch anime at home
Posted On July 30, 2021
It’s hard to watch Anime at Home without getting sick, so if you’ve been avoiding it because you don’t want to miss out on the best anime and manga shows and movies, now is your chance to catch some good shows.
The good news is that if you’re sick, you can watch the shows at home without getting the flu.
But what you’re not getting to watch are shows like Saki no Tsukai, which you may have heard of if you were looking for something else to do with your time.
Saki no Tsukiyo is a popular anime that is set in a world where a young woman named Tsukiya is kidnapped and forced to live in a tower for the next four years.
It’s not the kind of show that would give you any clue about the story, but you can learn a bit more about the characters through the flashbacks and short stories.
If you are sick and can’t watch it, there’s also an episode of Bleach, which is set before Tsukiyas time in a very similar way to the story.
There are a lot of things to enjoy here.
If your kids are sick, there are anime for them, and if you have kids, you might want to give the older kids some of the older anime that you missed.
If you can’t make it to the anime, here are some other things to check out that will make the day a bit easier.
If I’ve missed a show that you want to see, please let me know.