Director: Misawa Shin
Starring: Kanemoto Hisako and Miki Shinichiro
Starts: October 6, 2013
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.
I'm already loving this anime; Makoto is so cute and Gin is so funny with that lazy personality of his. XD
I think this a very refreshing anime and I can't wait already to see the next episode and how the story will develop.
Last edited by Kaiten; October 07, 2013 at 08:08 PM.
Very very good. I like Gin's personality and his dynamic with Makoto is great.
Another lovely episode and the interactions between Gin and Makoto are always funny, but also cute (the scene in which she said to him "I love you" was awesome. )
Looking forward to seeing to the next episode.
P.S: Gin is a little Tsundere. LOL
Last edited by Zasz; October 17, 2013 at 03:58 PM.
Makoto's character is fleshed out a little again and her bond with Gintaro is becoming deeper. That dude in the OP finally made his appearance, I guess his grandpa will die soon. It's nice to hear about Kinjiro but I don't see how he could impact the story, at least for now and I noticed that turtle's partner was not present, maybe he has been crushed by a car?
Gintaro still best tsundere, even females can't compare with him.
Whoa, this was a nice episode and also a little sad when Saimaru and Utamaru brought up the topic of Humans' short lives.
However it's thanks to this topic that we got to see that cute scene with Gintaro and Makoto holding hands (well Makoto just hold one of his finger, but you get what I mean. XD).
And yeah, Gin is really the best male Tsundere I've ever seen, while the turtle is the funniest herald of this show, in my opinion at least.
Looking forward to seeing the next episode.
Haru might be the cutest thing ever. The relationship between Haru and Satoru was as warm, and genuine, as Makoto and Gin's. A wonderful episode. Satoru's story was so sad, I hope he and Haru can live comfortably at Makoto's shrine. I loved the scene of Haru resting his head on Satoru's lap, holding his hand, while he slept.
Haru is cute but I found him annoying sometimes, typical of kids of its age. I wonder how they are going to solve this problem, Satoru should stay, but if Haru stays with him, the other shrine will be without guardian.
I am liking Makoto's father more and more.
He didn't annoy me, I thought he made a good foil to Gin. I wonder how things will work out. Satoru probably will stay at the Mokoto's shrine. Haru probably will stay with him. Satoru's shrine will be without a successor and a herald, but Mokoto's shrine is also short a herald. It could work out.
He's very nice, and very clever. Not always smart. When Makoto was trying to push him out of the room he didn't take the hint.Quote:
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Last edited by Hakuteiken; November 05, 2013 at 12:09 PM.
Haru is a girl! Even Makoto was fooled. I love how Gin was facepalming when she called her Haru-kun
Such a lovely episode. My favorite part was when Haru introduced herself to Satoru during his grandfathers wake, how she always there to comfort him when he felt sad, and lonely. She's been his family ever since his grandfather died. I'm glad they were reunited, and will live together with Makoto, Gin, and her father.