Tsukasa Tsukuyomi is the female protagonist of Tonikaku Kawaii (Fly Me to the Moon, Generally Cute).
The anime is currently airing and I am more than pleased with its uniqueness (and rom-com atmosphere). I mean, imagine that your crush, who you met under really weird circumstances, from a few years ago comes knocking on your door with a marriage form. That’s Tonikaku Kawaii for you.
*might contain some mild spoilers, proceed with care!
Here are 8 Fun Facts About Tsukasa Tsukuyomi!
#8 She can wield katana like a pro
Imagine a millennial capable of skillfully drawing out a sword. Yes, that’s Tsukasa for you!
#7 She is a huge GEEK
She is a big fan of video games, movies, the Internet, and pop culture. After finding out that her new apartment doesn’t have a TV, she was quite sad.
#6 Tsukasa’s name meaning
Tsukasa could be translated as chief, while the last name Tsukuyomi (月読) is the Japanese god of the moon.
#5 She is elegant, and so are her outfits
You might have noticed how Tsukasa goes out always wearing some sort of elegant clothing paired with a skirt. She gets a bit more relaxed inside her and Nasa’s home though.
#4 Her blood type is O
If you ask any Japanese person what blood type they are, ~99% will know it. In Japan, blood types are considered an important indicator of a person’s personality.
Type O is associated with optimism, outgoing personality, and flexibility.
#3 Tsukasa is 16 years old
At least physically. She was born on April 3 and her zodiac sign is Aries.
#2 Her new name
Tsukasa’s new name after marrying Nasa is Tsukasa Yuzaki. She is shown to be really delighted with her new last name.
#1 She might be immortal
There are hints about Tsukasa being an immortal being, or having a very long lifespan.
I noticed that she is way more resilient than a regular human, having tanked a vehicle crashing into her to save Nasa and still being able to walk about normally.
Hi, my name is Mia, and I am the founder of 9 Tailed Kitsune. I am a big fan of esports, games, and anime. When I was around 7 years old, Phantom Thief Jeanne sparked my fascination for anime, and it has never faded!