As a child Wataru and his grandmother used to pay visits to a shrine in their neighbourhood. While they prayed for each other's happiness, he encountered a snow-white fox named Yuki. Many years later, a sad occasion leads Wataru to pay another visit to the same shrine, but the Yuki who greets him there isn't quite the same one he remembers...
This was actually a pretty cute manga. Sure, not the best, and definitley not the most original, but it's a plesant way to spend half an hour. Warning, mild spoilers in the next paragraph. The story is about a boy who loves animals. He used to visit a nearby shrine with his grandma, who sadly passed away when he was in highschool. While he's mouring for her, he decides to go back to the shrine he used to visit, where he discovers the fox he used see when he was there can turn into a girl. Ok, no more spoilers now! I thought the characters were pretty well done in this. Not great, nor particularly memorable, but I did actually care what happened to them. They did feel like they had a little depth as well - not much, sure, but enough that they felt fairly realistic. If you like short, sweet stories, or have an interest in Japanese mythology, then this would definitley be an enjoyable read for you.
Protagonist loves animals and his grandmother, they visit a shrine and there he meets a fox. Some years later his grandmother has died and he is quite sad and decides to visit the shrine and the fox is there, but lo and behold the fox is actually a familiar capable of turning humanoid. And thus begins his and hers daily life. Sweet and nice short manga about humans and how animals also deserve to be treated like living beings. Thoughts: Story is nice, Art is good and Characters are good.
A subdued story about quiet grief. It includes probably the least cynical explanation for why aquariums exist that I've ever heard. I love how Haine is portrayed. Fe has a crush on Yachi and wants to be a decent person, wants to be trusting and kind like fe is, but can't help femself from feeling petty jealousy and distaste for Yuki--the object of Yachi's attention. This is a romance in the sense that romantic themes play a role, but the story itself centers more around Yachi coming to terms with feir grief at the death of feir grandmother and reaffirming the importance of feir friends who are still alive. The story doesn't end on a romantic resolution, but instead on the idea that feir grandmother's love will affect fem throughout the course of feir life.
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