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Asagiri no Miko

Alt titles: Shrine of the Morning Mist

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Synopsis:

Three shrine maids have a distant cousin who moved away for schooling when they were young. Years later, he returns, and the three girls are tasked with protecting him. During this, the eldest (who's a teacher at the school) and the middle one form a "Miko" council. The story goes through their growth together and their battles with the servants of the Evil God.

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Name Role
Naoko NAKAMOTO Character Design
Yuji MORIYAMA Director
Tsuneyoshi SAITO Music
Hiroki UGAWA Original Manga Creator

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Title Author Score Date
Asagiri no Miko FullmetalCowboy24 3.5/10 Nov 13, 2012
Shrine of the Morning Mist FullmetalCowboy24 3.5/10 Nov 13, 2012
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EternalMelody watched Asagiri no Miko at 26 of 26 episodes

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Overall, Asagiri no Miko and Aquarian Age give different moods in their atmosphere, but there are a few events that give off the same feel, especially during battles. Both involve spiritual seals and Miko. I found that the main trial they went through developed in a similar way. Aquarian Age has deeper drama and great animation.

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Have you ever been watching a standard length anime episode and catch yourself thinking at the midway point, "Is this ever going to end?" Fear not! Azumanga Daioh and Asagiri no Miko bring you the satisfaction of watching a full anime episode in half the time! Azumanga Daioh and Asagiri no Miko -- the ADD anime fan's dream.

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Asagiri no Miko could be described as Fushigi Yuugi for those of us suffering from ADD. Both series revolve about a girl who is a priestess. The differences in both series abound, but for a show centered around a female lead filled with fantasy and gods look no further than Fushigi Yuugi.