This series gave me a Mushishi vibe, it's relaxing, it's sometimes deep, it's emotional, it's cute but this time it has a lot of drama.
The warmth of the story and its past is very touching, as we can relate with it (in different grades).
So far so good. It is somewhat generic (magic stuff happening in London), but the way that is told and the background of Chise gives you some strong messages that get diluted in the warm and charming characters
Nice art, not the best, but it works nicely.
The OST is great, touching, pretty, delicate.
The few characters shown so far are
not too developed, but in a good way, the show just concentrate tension in Chise backstory and it gets lighter with the other characters and it gives a nice balance to the show.