Thank you! Kamisama Hajimemashita ended and this one is starting, huh? Nice! They are very similar in story, and although this show isn’t as good as Kamisama Hajimemashita, I still think that it’s quite enjoyable.
The artwork? Not bad at all. They could’ve focussed a bit more on the human characters. Gintarou looks great, although I don’t like the way he talks. It looks a bit strange to me. You can also see that they focussed quite a bit on small details. I like that!
It really doesn’t matter what I say or how I say it; the story has me in its grip. I’m interesting and I would really like to see how this will play out. It’s probably not going to be a human-spirit romance this one, but it doesn’t have to be.
Give the first episode a try. You might like it. It was a refreshing change and it’s one of the shows that doesn’t feature big breasts or colourful panties every few minutes.
Plot Summary: Makoto is the fifteenth generation heiress of a small shrine to the god Inari. Her father is still the shrine’s priest, but Inari’s divine messenger, Gintarou, has appeared to Makoto, marking her as true successor. Gintarou has the ability to see a short distance into the future and to find lost objects, but is unmotivated and foulmouthed. In spite of this, he becomes friends with Makoto, and together they help those who come to the shrine.