Natsume's Book of Friends Season 2 - Videos

Alt title: Zoku Natsume Yuujinchou

Natsume's Book of Friends Season 2 Episode 7 - That Which You Must Not Call

Natsume is dragged off into the cave of the evil spirit that is after Tooru. He temporarily loses the ability to see youkai after being poisoned by the spirit. Will he be able to stop the youkai from eating Tooru without his sight?

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Stolen Book Of Friends

Episode 1

Stolen Book Of Friends

Melting Into Spring

Episode 2

Melting Into Spring

Youkai Exorcism Amid The Steaming Springs

Episode 3

Youkai Exorcism Amid The Steaming Springs

A Chick Hatches

Episode 4

A Chick Hatches

Tree Of Promise

Episode 5

Tree Of Promise

The Maiden's Circle

Episode 6

The Maiden's Circle

That Which You Must Not Call

Episode 7

That Which You Must Not Call

Emotions Undying

Episode 8

Emotions Undying

The Man Amidst the Rows of Cherry Trees

Episode 9

The Man Amidst the Rows of Cherry Trees

Temporary Home

Episode 10

Temporary Home

Assembly of Conjurers

Episode 11

Assembly of Conjurers

The Young Boy in the Empty House

Episode 12

The Young Boy in the Empty House

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AltairSteam AltairSteam says

I guess that your first reaction when you saw this recommendation was: "wtf?!". But stay calm. I want to show you some similarities. Both of these anime tell the story of the guy who can see ghosts and isn't happy because of that: Natsume can see youkai and Ichigo can see spirits. They don't have many friends and full family (Natsume is an orphan, Ichigo hasn't got mother) but they are trying to help ghosts they met (Natsume is doing that all the time, Ichigo i.e. in first episode). Also, they finally got friends among ghosts. Other important matter is that both of them want to become stronger to protect people who are important for them and find their own purpose in life.

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Karasune Karasune says

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GrnEydDvl GrnEydDvl says

These are both beautiful shows in which humans and youkai work together to help each other and solve problems.  They are both full of charm, slighlty slow paced, with a healthy mix of joy and melancholy.  They both emphasize the "human" spirit, and universal feelings like love (both familial and romantic), friendship, lonliness, jealousy, loyalty, and dedication, and how they affect people/youkai and those aroud them.  I definitely think that if you liked one show, you will like the other.