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Kind of generic ecchi anime.
on September 10, 2012
Figured I should start the review with this disclaimer/warning, so that you know exactly what you're getting with this show. Definitely not a show to recommend to kids.
Warning, this show is very HEAVY on ecchi content (think girls wearing very revealing outfits, if anything at all), with a lot of allusion towards sexual content (though it never happens, although the included OVA does get really close to it). In fact, the main heroine, Chizuru, constantly tries to force the main hero, Kouta, into doing naughty things with her almost once an episode, but he largely resists it. If you're not into that type of stuff, this show may not be for you. There is a lot of comedy in this show as well, but if you don't want to deal with the ecchi elements, you may want to try another anime.
Story-wise, this is a show about a boy, Kouta, who is attending a high school where some youkai (Japanese word for demons) also attend, mainly to learn about human life and culture so they can adapt and live in a world dominated by humans. He runs into Chizuru almost immediately, and she becomes obsessed with him almost instantly. He later finds out that she's actually a 400 year old kitsune (Japanese for "fox"). Throughout the series, he learns to handle her antics, as well as those around him, including a second girl also attempting to get into his pants, Nozumu, who forms the other part of the love triangle in this show.
Aside from the previously mentioned ecchi, this show is mostly slice-of-life, which shows the character's everyday lives and how they go about it, along with lots of fantasy and comedy thrown into it. Some battles do take place, but most of the violence is largely cartoonish and mostly meant to be funny. Overall, it's not too the greatest nor most memorable anime ever, but if you like ecchi material, this show delivers it in spades.