Noragami Aragoto

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Alternative Titles

English: Noragami Aragoto
Japanese: ノラガミ ARAGOTO

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 3, 2015 to Dec 26, 2015
Premiered: Fall 2015
Broadcast: Saturdays at 01:05 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Bones
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, SupernaturalSupernatural, ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 8.241 (scored by 563323563,323 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #2662
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Popularity: #61
Members: 937,030
Favorites: 10,245

Recommendations

I cant help but think that Noragami and its seconf season are at its core more polished versions of Blue Exorcist. Noragami deals with gods, while Ao No Exorcist is about demons. While Ao No Exorcist is pretty much what youd expect in a shounen like series, Noragami is something more. I cant promise the other way around that if you like Noragami you'll like Blue Exorcist, but I am saying it might definetly be worth a try. 
report Recommended by ReactAsylum
Both anime contains good mixture between action and humour! The main characters are not from this world plus they manage to get humans tangled in their mess. Both anime have male protagonist who delivers in the action and humour but gets shafted by the female characters. Definitely similar level of enjoyment.  
report Recommended by DarthInvader
At moments they make you happy, at others they make you cry, at others they make you rage. Monogatari Second Season and Noragami Aragoto, aside of being the two supernatural and sequels, can really be compared because of they're atmosphere. The two know perfectly when and how to manipulate the feelings of the spectator and they do it very well. If you watch them, you're not gonna forget 'em so easily 
report Recommended by SuzuMine-chan
This may be sound ridiculous..considering how far different the theme concept of both anime. So? Why you recommend each other? Its simple. The story and the feeling brought. Both of them have a similar kind of fate and bit by bits of storyline. They are connected with Gods, powerful being that hold control to the world and how the heaven and hell hold a powerful control that determines the whole story, simply to say...JUDGEMENTS from something beyond humans. Both of the series sacrificing the most dearest character of the main character which in the leaves a scar to us (the audience) of how the story could end with a happier kind  read more 
report Recommended by samuel_sfx
A young girl getting caught up in supernatural affairs alongside a boy spirit and with similar moods to their stories. Both involve ghosts and action and the pasts of the supernatural boys that the stories revolve around. 
report Recommended by Kong38
For me, Noragami brought about the same feelings that InuYasha did more than a decade ago. The similarities abound, never mind that Yato is god and InuYasha is a half-demon. School girl from the present day - check. Dark past - check. Persistent female presence from the past that stands in the protagonist's way of moving on with their life - check. Family issues with an older male relative - check. Fantasy world - check, although it is urban fantasy in Noragami and medieval fantasy in InuYasha. Comedic moments abound in both but InuYasha wins on comedy front. Noragami wins in art style and  read more 
report Recommended by Red_Gold
Tomoe and Yato are very similar, if you like one you like the other. Both have to do with gods and the struggle between balancing human life with the supernatural life. 
report Recommended by sam0917
Action Transformation. Lonelynis and finds friends after. Fight for his friends. 
report Recommended by masterkoster
Both second seasons of their series, they deal with a darker plotline and the similar dark pasts of the main character (Yato -Noragami; Dazai Osamu - BSD) 
report Recommended by michiyochan
Both series revolve around the concept of granting wishes in return for a price 
report Recommended by RoarkTenjouin
Both deals with the supernatural, both male MC were struggling to make ends meet, and it also involves a girl who somehow got involved with them, however one was more about comedy, while the other is about action. 
report Recommended by La_Matona301
Im actually SURPRISED noone made this recommendation yet. Its so similar to the extend where it involves r/s n FEELS between gods n human n livelong phenomenon creatures (yokai / ayakashi) Comedy wise, both are equally entertaining no lame cold jokes >.> Artwise, man 10/10 if u like Yato theres no way u wont like Tomoe n vice versa! Story wise, not only does both Yato n Tomoe have dark pasts but they also involved past X present n tons of amazing time leap stuff! These 2 are definitely my very best n favourite animes of all time and whole life :') 
report Recommended by Misf0rtune
-Both about kill spirit -Both main girl got a special power (Hiyori and Inoue) -Both Main male character has a bad history past about them and they parents -Both has LITTLE romance -Both have GREAT sound affect -Both have great plot and hooks Sorry If you don't agree with any of these recommendations. 
report Recommended by ScarletTuna