Yato is a homeless god. He doesn’t even have a shrine, not to mention worshippers! So to achieve his ambitious goals, he’s set up a service to help those in need (for a small fee), hoping he’ll eventually raise enough money to build himself the lavish temple of his dreams. Of course, he can’t afford to be picky, so Yato accepts all kinds of jobs, from finding lost kittens to helping a student overcome bullies at school.
Loved the rigid character building the most. The story is very interesting and appealing and I hope for a conclusion at some point. The manga is a monthly released one, and at the last years, the released chapters where even fewer. This could be a bummer to eager readers, but I believe that it's worth the patience. If I could find something negative to conclude would be that the fighting scenes are not depicted very detailed and they can be quite bewildering. If you have seen the anime it helps visualize the characters' fighting styles and the atmosphere. I have read the manga after watching the anime, which I absolutely loved! The anime adaptation was, in the most part, facsimile. For someone that wants to continue the story from the anime season 2 end point, the manga volume would be 10. But because some points of the story are different, I would suggest this post from Andrew in otakuspirit.com: "http://otakuspirit.com/2016/04/noragami-a-journey-from-manga-to-anime/", which is very helpful in pinpointing the exact differences.
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