Tsukimi is an 18 year old otaku fascinated by jellyfish. She recently moved from her childhood home in the country to try to become an illustrator in Tokyo and has found herself living in a house with five other young women, each an otaku in her own way. When a crisis occurs, Tsukimi must act to save the life of an innocent jellyfish by facing her greatest fear… talking to a stylish guy! Just when things look darkest she is helped by a beautiful woman. A woman with mysteries that Tsukimi must then help keep or risk being turned out of her home by her friends.
Princess Jellyfish is a manga.
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The main character is a fujoshi NEET living inTokyo with five other otaku women.
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Princess Jellyfish is a heartwarming tale about a group diverse people passionately living their lives the way they choose in the face of a society that shuns them, working together to overcome challenges, and accepting each other for who they are.
It is also a tale about a group of people who shun society for living life differently, creating problems for themselves, and rejecting anyone who is stylish (or a man).
Tsukimi is a young woman who loves jellyfish and is trying to be an illustrator in Tokyo.
Tsukimi is unemployed and unattractive.
Still here? Then you should probably read Princess Jellyfish.