Flying Witch

Flying Witch Episode 2 - A Visitor for the Witch

A rare visitor comes to the Kuramoto house. He is refer to as the "Harbinger of Spring" among the witches. After completing his job of bringing spring to Aomori, he comes to see Makoto, the new witch in town. Makoto welcomes the harbinger, but Chinatsu... With spring in Aomori, Kei finds bakke on the street. Discovering that Makoto has never had bakke, he takes some home and cooks them for her.

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Laid back series about teenagers with a foot in the supernatural world who come to live with distant relatives in a rural community. 

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Its a captivating anime that shows friendship and family ties combined with magic.

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