A weird furry and manga hybrid, that is actually a secret tactic to sell you Skyrim VR.
Todd, you did it again.
When it comes to story, there really isn't any. Just few highschools doing stuff. And one of them happens to be a furry.
The art is very decent, the main focus of the manga, Tamamo looks as fluffy as she should like, and the drawings are nice to look at but overall it's not a very remarkable artstyle, it's quite simple.
About the characters, they aren't very deep, quite predictable and cliche, but they work in this scenario.
I might be a little biased towards it, since
I love these "Trying to learn about human world" type of stories and fluffy fox girls. It made me enjoy it quite a lot.
It by all means sounds like an average manga, and, well, it kinda is one. But it's not very ambitious, it doesn't try to be anything more than it is, a series about a fox god trying to blend in as a school girl. It does that well, and admittedly, it could be fun to see some heavier topics in this kind of story, but it wouldn't be as good in this case. "High School Inari Tamamo-chan!" is silly, light hearted and just something quite enjoyable to check out while there's nothing else to read.