Ceiling in Kakkou no Iinazuke Episode 9 Sparks Discussion
Did you know that a simple ceiling in Kakkou no Iinazuke episode 9 could generate a little discussion on Japanese Twitter? And we even have fanservice scenes in this episode, like the girl above.
She appears to be half-naked, but apparently we have people who didn’t want to notice the girl, but the ceiling behind her, yes, the ceiling!
— kebiyama (@kebiyama) June 19, 2022
The “complaint” here is that the house where this character lives is a mansion, it’s huge, as you can see in the scene below, it’s a very large two-story house, with a balcony, a very modern design, something really rich.
What happens here is that the type of ceiling that was shown in the anime, gray with darker dots, is a ceiling you find in public places, it’s a cheap type of ceiling in Japan.
クロスを貼る必要がなく低コストなのが魅力なんだそうで https://t.co/qICpaH9fve pic.twitter.com/5FIa9KBiTG
— 頭文字ト＠砂糖連合 (@tonyr9otzo) June 21, 2022
Kebiyama himself explained:
[su_quote]Gyptone is a kind of decorative plasterboard, a building material often used for ceilings in offices and public buildings. Normally, the plasterboard is screwed to the ceiling and then finished with cloth or paint, it is cosmetically processed from the beginning, so the installation is completed by simply attaching it to the ceiling, saving time and effort. The screws are also imperceptible.[/su_quote]
Below are some reactions:
“I think it’s a matter of the director’s taste”
“It’s because nobody knows what the inside of a mansion looks like”
“The way this house is, must have been a lot of work for the interior decorators”
“This is more a matter of the quality of the anime team, I know a guy who works in animation and he told me that he has traveled a lot to do research”
“KyoAni often does location research for his works”
And you, what do you think? We’ve reached a point where not even a half-naked (or naked) girl can stop certain otakus from complaining about the ceiling!
Seen in: Yonepo.
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