Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon - The Second Act - Recommendations

Alt title: Hanyou no Yashahime: Sengoku Otogizoushi - The Second Act

If you're looking for anime similar to Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon - The Second Act, you might like these titles.

Ghost Slayers Ayashi: Ayashi Divine Comedy

Ghost Slayers Ayashi: Ayashi Divine Comedy

Six months after being reluctantly accepted as slayers of Yoi, the ayakashi find themselves once more as wanted criminals. A distinct lack of monster prey has also left the group listless and concerned about their futures. However, it seems the Yoi are never too far away and Edo once more finds itself in the center of supernatural occurrences with the appearance of a man-eating mermaid and a fire- loving cat spirit. Is Yuki prepared to once more fight these adversaries, or is the threat of imprisonment just too much of a risk?

I agree

Ghost Slayers Ayashi

Ghost Slayers Ayashi

In the 14th year of the Tenpo era (1843), life in Edo is grim for many; famines plague the land, frugality is enforced in many aspects of life, and social standing rules the day. Yuki is a floater who has twice run away from the floater ghetto - an act that has marked him for execution. But when a chance encounter leads him into a fight with a yoi, a mysterious monster from another world, Yuki finds himself being recruited into the Bansha Aratamesho, an organization charged with hunting down and destroying yoi. For Yuki has the power of ayagami, which draws out the true meaning of words and allows Yuki to create weapons from the kanji in the names of his enemies. Yuki must make a choice: will he continue to run, rejecting the powers of the Other World, or will he join the Ayashi in the fight against the yoi?

I agree

Garo: Crimson Moon Special

Garo: Crimson Moon Special

I agree

Yuki

Yuki

I agree

Kijin Gentoushou

Kijin Gentoushou

In the Edo period, there was a shrine maiden called "Itsukihime" in the mountain village of Kadono. Jinta, a young man who acts as the shrine maiden's guardian despite being a stranger, encounters a mysterious demon who speaks of the far future in the forest where he went to defeat it. From Edo to the Heisei era, this is a fantasy series about a demon man who travels through time while continuously questioning the meaning of wielding a sword.

I agree

Garo: Crimson Moon

Garo: Crimson Moon

In the capital city of an elegant, feudal society, a powerful spiritual barrier protects people from demonic monsters known as “horrors”—at least, those lucky enough to live in the northern part of the city. For the commoners who live to the south, it’s a completely different story. As soon as night falls, the horrors begin their dark hunt, feasting on the souls of any humans who cross their path. Against unbeatable odds, the fate of the city will fall to a small group of warriors dedicated to protecting the citizens and fighting through the night.

I agree

Seikima II Humane Society: Jinrui Ai ni Michita Shakai

Seikima II Humane Society: Jinrui Ai ni Michita Shakai

I agree

Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams

Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams

It's been almost two decades since the fall of Nobunaga at the hands of Samanosuke, and the fallen ruler's own vassal Hideyoshi Toyotomi has finally united Japan under the banner of peace... that is, until one fateful June evening when a strange glowing planet appears in sky. From that moment on, Hideyoshi becomes a power-mad dictator and earthquakes, volcanoes start destroying the land. Soon afterwards, the evil Genma begin to reappear, disorder spreads across the country, people are lost, and villages are burned to the ground. But just when it seems that we're approaching Japan's darkest hour, a mysterious warrior with plenty of power appears on the scene to stop it. He's Soki, Oni of the Ash -- otherwise known as "The Blue Demon". 

I agree

Orient: Awajishima Gekitou-hen

Orient: Awajishima Gekitou-hen

I agree

Blood Reign: Curse of the Yoma

Blood Reign: Curse of the Yoma

Hikage and Marou were childhood friends, and fellow ninjas -- that is, until Marou betrayed Hikage, and vanished into the night. Now, in the midst of his quest to find Marou, Hikage must defeat many yoma (monsters) and stop the Kikuga no Miko, the source of all evil monsters' power, from being revived. But is he willing to risk his life for friendship?

I agree