Natsume's Book of Friends Season 3 - Videos

Alt title: Natsume Yuujinchou San

Natsume's Book of Friends Season 3 Episode 12 - A place to go home to

A youkai from Natsume past has found him and memories of living with relatives before the Fujiwaras are explored.

Auto-update my anime list NO Discuss this episode

More episodes

The Name Of A Monster

Episode 1

The Name Of A Monster

Ukihara Village

Episode 2

Ukihara Village

False Friend

Episode 3

False Friend

Young Days

Episode 4

Young Days

The Thing That Lurks In The Storeroom

Episode 5

The Thing That Lurks In The Storeroom

That Which Is Not Human

Episode 6

That Which Is Not Human

Exorcist

Episode 7

Exorcist

The Fox Child's Watch

Episode 8

The Fox Child's Watch

Through the Autumn Wind

Episode 9

Through the Autumn Wind

The Broken Mirror

Episode 10

The Broken Mirror

What The Mirror Shows

Episode 11

What The Mirror Shows

A place to go home to

Episode 12

A place to go home to

Watch similar anime online

Anime-Planet users recommend these anime for fans of Natsume's Book of Friends Season 3. All available to watch right here, right now!

Gingitsune: Messenger Fox of the Gods

Gingitsune: Messenger Fox of the Gods

Gingitsune: Messenger Fox of the Gods follows the everyday life of Makoto Saeki, who is the 15th successor to her family’s shrine. As a result, Makoto is able to see Gintaro, a messenger of the gods who is the spirit of a sacred silver fox and has lived at the shrine for over 350 years. As a messenger of the gods, Gintaro has the ability to see...

1 person thinks you'll like this

Karasune Karasune says

Both Natsume Yuujinchou and Gingitsune share a main character who has the ability to see supernatural beings. These characters, Natsume from Natsume Yuujinchou and Makoto from Gingitsune, help spirits, other humans, and themselves throughout the series with their special ability. The characters are quite different; Makoto is more bubbly and social while Natsume is quiet and outcasted by his peers, but they're both good-natured and try to do the right thing. If you're up for more Shinto-based adventures with drama and youkai in every episode, these two are definitely worth a try. 

Kamisama Kiss

Kamisama Kiss

Nanami used to live in a ramshackle apartment with her father - a man who spent half his time gambling and the other half hiding from debt collectors - until one day the scoundrel ran away, leaving his daughter hungry and homeless. That is, until she meets a mysterious stranger in the park who deems her the new goddess of a local shrine! Unfortunately...

1 person thinks you'll like this

obstacle10 obstacle10 says

Both of these animes have a good background look into Japanese mythology.  As well as posessing the comedic personalities of the characters.  The storyline of the animes may differ but they both function within the same parameters of mythology, fantasy, master-servant relationship and that slice of life high school setting.  

We Rent Tsukumogami

We Rent Tsukumogami

A pair of adopted siblings run a rental shop in old Edo (Present-day Tokyo) where fire and flooding is prevalent and everyday items are rented out to not impede when they flee. Mixed in the inventory are old objects that have turned into spirits after hundreds of years of existence called, Tsukumogami. These supernatural creatures listen to conversations...

1 person thinks you'll like this

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.