The king of the Kaibutsu or Monster Kingdom thrust his son, young prince Taro, into the human world. Prince Taro, also known as Kaibutsu-kun must live among people for a while as part of a grooming process before taking over the kingdom. So begins the sometimes scary, sometimes touching and often very funny adventures of Kaibutsu-kun and his three affable attendants Dracula, Wolfman and Franken. The monsters meet humans Hiroshi and his older sister Utako, and through them, they learn about friendship, love, family and ultimately, the purpose of their mission: what it takes to be a leader. Add Synopsis In Spanish
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The story may be not as suprising as in psychological doramas but it is not uninteresting. If you have no problems with funny monsters or fantasy stories in general, you'll like it.
The music is awesome, the insert song from O-chan and the theme by Arashi (Monster) are fitting perfectly.
So if you have some free time and want to relax to a funny show which doesn't force you to stay concentrated every second, than laugh with Kaibutsu-kun!
For Arashi fans a must watch! ^^
1.) I laughed like hell and repeated the beginning of episode 2 (on dramanice.to) it was absolutely hilarious!
2.) I'm not afraid to say I cried a few times during this series!
To me, this seems like a completely different Ohno Satoshi. The story was like a children's book played out, but made for "older kids"... if that makes sense. The cast was fantastic, Hamada Tatsuomi was really wonderful; I liked him on the VS Arashi episode, too! This is a cute, funny, heartwarming show that just so happens to star an Arashi member; instead of an Arashi member making it famous, it's like they both balanced each other out. I seriously recommend watching this show!
Now on to the specials and movie! I can't wait!