Tokusetsu 4 is the fastest template to create a doujin (Japanese: fandom, self-published) music announcement site. You can create announcement sites instantly without writing a single line of code. Free forever.
Tokusetsu 4 is the fastest way to create a doujin music announcement site. All you need to prepare is a few images. You can easily create a full-fledged website. No coding is required.
Anyone can create a website in no time. The reason is that Tokusetsu 4 uses the familiar Google Spreadsheet. Just follow the instructions on the sheet, fill in the content, and Tokusetsu 4 will convert it into a website in one shot.
Tokusetsu 4 is the result of nine years of research and improvement. The driving force behind this, of course, is my passion for doujin music, just like you.
Since its birth in 2013, Tokusetsu series has been used by various doujin circles, online labels, exhibitions, and club events as "the fastest way to create a doujin music announcement website.
A simple solution for doujin artists from @sanographix, who has been creating templates for Tokusetsu and Illustfolio series for 10 years.
Tokusetsu 4 was developed for this only purpose: to enable you to confidently present your doujin music to your community.
Tokusetsu 4 is a template for creating doujin music announcement websites easily, and anyone can complete it quickly by filling out a Google Spreadsheet.
Tokusetsu 4 is designed to efficiently build a site optimized from the start for doujin music announcements.
See the demo site.View Demo
No, you don't need to, because all you need to do is enter your announcement into a Google spreadsheet and you're done.
Yes, it is free. In addition, free hosting services allow you to publish your site for free.
Because it is a product that I'm developing as a hobby.
This is because Google Spreadsheets is superior in three ways: easy to use, easy to develop, and it is free.
Until Tokusetsu 3, I used Tumblr, but due to limitations such as not working in some mobile environments, I decided to use Google Spreadsheets from this version.
Please use the software in accordance with the license, without warranty and at your own risk.
If you have any questions, please see the FAQ below.FAQ
This is my motivation to support doujin music. I wrote about the details in my blog.Read Blog
Yes, it is possible in accordance with the MIT license.
It can also be used for doujin anthologies. I do not actively support anything other than these, but if it fits your needs, I'm glad if you use it.
Hi, my name is Showkaku Sano (@sanographix). I make some products like Tokusetsu as a hobby. Please see below for my profile.sanographix.net