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Alt title: Natsume Yuujinchou

Natsume's Book of Friends Episode 10 - Asagi's Koto

Natsume is possessed by a sick koto player, whose friend wants her to be able to play one last time.

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The Cat And The Book Of Friends

Episode 1

The Cat And The Book Of Friends

The Dew God's Small Shrine

Episode 2

The Dew God's Small Shrine

The Mysterious Person at the Eight Fields

Episode 3

The Mysterious Person at the Eight Fields

Shigure and the Girl

Episode 4

Shigure and the Girl

Heart-Colored Ticket

Episode 5

Heart-Colored Ticket

Swallow at the Lake Bottom

Episode 6

Swallow at the Lake Bottom

The Little Fox's Hat

Episode 7

The Little Fox's Hat

Fleeting Light

Episode 8

Fleeting Light

Ayakashi Exorcism

Episode 9

Ayakashi Exorcism

Asagi's Koto

Episode 10

Asagi's Koto

Nyanko's Book of Boredom

Episode 11

Nyanko's Book of Boredom

Five Day Mark

Episode 12

Five Day Mark

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ZetsubouKaiji ZetsubouKaiji says

Both these anime feature a main character that can see and talk to supernatural beings. Both these anime have a mellow laid back pace that can be very relaxing to watch. Both anime involve the main human character coming into conflict with the spirit world as they try to live their normal lives.

Really what makes these two anime a good match is the general laid back atmosphere. If you're looking for anime that get away from the somewhat common fast pace and instead take their time to let their plot unfold or like anime that deal with Japanese folklore then you should try both of these shows. 

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. 

animelover1477 animelover1477 says

These wo show give off he simlar vibe/felling i rec. them both , their both a good watch . N.Y has more episode so there is more depth while G. is only 12 episode but they are all solid watches. They are both slow-paced slice of lifes that you will fall in love with 

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AnnaSartin AnnaSartin says

Stories featuring high school boys dealing with youkai that only they can see in the human world.

asterris asterris says

Both MC still has a sort of mentor along the way that's grumpy, Nyanko Sensei and Abeno. The story itself remains pretty light hearted, characters do not get seriously injured. If anything Natsume might be a little more dramatic at times, but both deal with Youkai and how to get along with them rather that just exorcise them. The MC in Mononokean seems a bit more talkative and outgoing, but many personality traits like good manners and good heartedness match up with Natsume. 

Shizuka97 Shizuka97 says

Both anime revolve around Yokai and Japanese mythology but in two different angles. They both have some slice of life elements, comedy to keep it entertaining and overall both are calming to watch after a long day. Highly recommend either.

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AnnaSartin AnnaSartin says

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

NatiBerry NatiBerry says

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

I love the chill nature of the characters, the ville landscapes are definitely places where I would like to be <3

hamletsmage hamletsmage says

Both of these supernatural anime are set in rural Japan, and both are fairly calming anime. If you like the rural slice-of-life feel with a touch of magic, both of these anime have that to spare. Both also have teenage protagonists that are still learning about the world of myth and magic around them.