Precious days with kinds friends. A beautiful yet fleeting story about people and spirits. Natsume Takashi had been able to see youkai ever since he was young and inherited his grandmother Reiko’s Book of Friends. He spends his days with his self-proclaimed bodyguard Nyanko-sensei and freeing the youkai that were bound to the book. Natsume continues to find ways to protect the precious days where he tries to find which path to follow through his connections with spirits and those involved with them and being helped out by friends who share the same feelings.
Beautiful as always. This franchise does an excellent job of developing characters in subtle ways and with creating episodes that leave a lasting impression. They really take advantage of the mangaka's style and bring it to life in a way that leaves you craving more. It's a show that takes its time, so those that prefer fast paced shows may find it a little boring. However, if you have a patience, it's one of my top five of all time. I would especially recommend it to those that like slice of life because, although the supernatural elements are the most pronounced, it always ties back into the daily lives and thoughts of beings just trying to understand it all.
Beautiful Anime!! The characters are so strong. And the music is beautiful, as always the end song is great to listen. I can't wait to see the next season, i hope there will be a next season!!
This is a review for the entire show as a whole as I marathoned it all at once. The show itself is quite relaxing overall with some really emotional episodes sometimes and some really good characters. I really like the direction it went I think the only gripe I have to the story is the ending didn't get more into Natsume's past and the past that they did get into was the same stuff EVERYTIME. Every season talked about his bad past and how he likes his new family and friends EVERY season. I get it he is happier but jeez haha. Overall quite good, was a joy to watch. Surprised I haven't watched it sooner.
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