Natsume Yuujin-Chou Series
Natsume Takashi has the ability to see spirits, which he has long kept
secret. However, once he inherits a strange book that belonged to his deceased grandmother, Reiko, he discovers the reason why spirits surround him. Containing
the names of these spirits, a binding contract was formed between the spirits and the owner of the book. Now, Natsume is
determined to free the spirits and dissolve the contracts. With the help of a spirit cat, his days are filled trying to
help spirits retrieve their names.
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Youkai again! my fav anime! Hem..but i didnt watch season3&4! I already watch season1&2! This anime is about the different youkai for every episode. Natsume like his grandmother coz he can see a youkai. What happen when youkai always following u guys? hahah...orange-lisa rated 9.75:
A relaxing anime, with very calm tones, a good story - though not particularly original - and nice characters. Japanese
folklore has always fascinated me so I particularly liked this story whose protagonist is Natsume, a boy who can see
Yokai and owns a strange book, inherited from his grandmother, who allows him to have control over Yokai whose names are
written on it.
It feels kind of nostalgic..
TAKASHI NATSUME: "I've been through so many meetings and partings. They were like a heavy secret, but when I started to talk about them, they seemed to sparkle..."
This series is a matter of taste. Most people would probably feel bored by it because of the slow story flow, but I love it. There is action in it but not as showy, sparkling or exploding as usually shown though more fitting for the anime's calm air. I love the atmosphere created by the show - thoughtful, melancholic, calm, gentle but also building suspense with a mix of mystery and humor. The series emits its own charm and also sadness and solitude. The corresponding manga creates this atmosphere probably even better. There are 2nd, 3rd and 4th season.kuchukuTulip rated 9.75:
This is one of my top favs. It fun, exciting, adventurous and funny. I love how they story goes, natsume's character develops and how he never gives up. even after four seasons i still hope they make a fifth one.WalkingEncyclopedia rated 10.00:
I saw Takashi Natsume featured in a video of top 10 male anime characters in 2011 and found him interesting so I checked
out the anime. I became a fan immediately. He is surely one of the most dynamic and three-dimensional anime characters I
have ever seen.
The funny thing about this anime is that, though it is not action-oriented or very exciting, I just can't stop watching it. The character development of Natsume from a lonely, isolated boy to a strong and happy person is well-handled and very heartening. All the stories of different yokais are touching. It's funny in the sense that this story can only work with a boy as the protagonist. Seeing miserable girls in tears isn't that strange. But being a boy, Takashi Natsume's emotions become much deeper. His fighting back tears, blushing or simply staring into empty space feels oddly powerful. This is an anime that speaks straight to the audience's hearts and it is precisely this that makes it so successful.