Kamisama Hajimemashita finds itself in a different position to most of the best series ending this season. As he has a few times this season, Daichi-sensei splits this penultimate episode into two basically independent halves, with the first focusing on Akura-oh. Again — an awful lot to resolve here, and not much time with which to do it. In the B-part we get back to the main cast. And then to the new year. The latter means that the familiars must visit the shrine of the Year God for a new talisman, a journey for which Nanami insists on joining them. And surely enough, passing through the Torii returns Nanami to her toddler days — and gives us and Tomoe our best look yet at just how troubled they were. This is a fascinating development for a number of reasons. It certainly highlights the impossible gap in age and experience between Tomoe and Nanami, but it also allows Tomoe for the first time to see just how much pain Nanami has endured to reach the place she is now.
This just was SO pure. This episode reminded me once again why Kamisama Hajimemashita still is my favorite romance this season. It may be much simpler than the other romance shows, but in terms of delivery it just is top-notch. So yeah, the snake goes out. Surprisingly no Nanami or Tomoe, and instead we get a bit of a heart-warming story about the snake and his trip to the city. I liked the part where he accidentally drinks wine and get knocked unconscious. But what really made this episode shine was what followed after it. The part where Nanami and Tomoe went on a date.
When Nanami becomes homeless she finds a friend in Mikage. He tells her to live in his house. To her pleasant surprise she realises that his home is a shrine. She also meets Onikiri and Kotetsu who are the keepers of the shrine and Tomoe, Mikage's friend.
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