The series is set during the Edo period, in the Fukagawa ward of old Edo (present-day Tokyo). Because the area is prone to fire and flooding, residents rent everyday items like pots, futons, and clothing from shops instead of purchasing them, so as not to impede them when they flee. Obeni and Seiji, an older sister and younger brother, run one such rental shop called Izumoya. However, mixed in with their inventory are tsukumogami, objects that have turned into spirits after a hundred years of existence. The siblings sometimes lend these sentient items to customers. Both Obeni and Seiji can see and talk to these spirits, and other tsukumogami often come to the store after hearing of the famed siblings.
Nothing Special ATM. Best part of this anime till now is that it has the littest opening. Did you like the Kokkoku op from Winter? The same artist is back to sing another opening for THIS ANIME! Well enough about the song lets go more indept in the anime.
The anime is about Tsukumogami which are items that can come alive. The story is kinda based in either a old year in japan or a place in japan where it looks old. Its all about a store that lends these so called Tsukumogami to solve mysteries. Every episode is a new Mystery. It has some comedy
elements in it but not the funniest anime. Did you ran out of masterpieces to watch? Go watch this its worth a shot!
This series, coming out after the riffraff of the Summer season, looks to be both tasteful and good at the same time...yet doesn't offer which in the way-through of things. With that said, this novel of an adaptation looks to be what Rokudouhou did in the last season: a SoL-comedy thingie of a bob.
This underrated series tells of the episodic stories of Tsukumogami: 100-year-old spirited objects whom have the power to shapeshift into items that their respective owners have once abandoned, and with random (but fixed) people wanting to rent them for their uses. The gist of it is the setting in olden-day Tokyo Edo
Period, where renting is not seen in moderation, and the shop, owned by a brother-sister pair (whom can't really show sibling love, and has to let the Tsukumogami see them through), whom are like glimpses of Sherlock Holmes and a commuter respectively.
From the studio that brought you the time-travelling romance series Orange, the bright artwork and animation is evident that Telecom Animation Flim has their prints of design appointed into this series, and it looks aesthetically good.
The music is the most notable, as Miyavi from Kokkoku comes back with another rock-pop OP song that will be the first thing people will say about this series. Other than that, there's nothing mush to say about the music as it is far and few in-between.
Despite the late release, I already foresee that this series will largely be buried amongst the heavy hitters and miss of the season, but TBH there's nothing to write home about this. I guess I could recommend this if only you want the time to relax and just enjoy episodic matters if that's your taste...