Gingitsune – Manga Gets Anime Adaptation


According to May issue of Ultra Jump magazine, it was announced that Sayori Ochiai’s fantasy -seinen manga series Gingitsune is getting an anime adaptation.

Noboru Misawa will be directing the project at Diomedea anime studio.

Hiroshi Yamaguchi is in charge of the scripts while Mayuko Matsumoto and Naomi Ide are both series’ character designers.

Gintaro is a fox spirit that has been protecting the small Inari temple since the Edo era. Saeki Makoto’s family possesses the power to see the gods’ agent, but the ability is limited to one living relative at a time. When Makoto’s mother passed away while she was still young, Makoto inherited the ability as the sole remaining family member. With the help of fox spirit’s power, Makoto and Gintaro help the people of their community, in spite of their many differences.

via Anime News Network

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