Wagaya no Oinari-sama., Gingitsune Recommendations
There are some similar concepts, like old Japanese deity figures and characters living among human beings. However, unlike Gingitsune, the deity in Wagaya no Oinari-sama can be seen by anyone, so instead, the deity has chosen to live and take part in a human lifestyle -- running stores, being part of organisations and similar situations. In Gingitsune, only those who are a part of a certain family line can see the deities inhabiting the various temples around the country.
Bot shows are basically based around young children/teenagers and the relationship they form with the deity/semi-deity characters that make up the other half of the cast, and
Both stories involves with fox deity and their human companion, while the Okami in Gingitsune is an apathetic tsundere, the Okami in Wagaya no Oinari-sama is more of a curious mischief one.
The style of both series are similar involving spiritual beings living among with humans in the community. As such, there is a supernatural taste accompanied with a touch fantasy.
The setting of both series also takes place in modern times rather than in a fantasy world.
There is also a slice of life feeling as each day presents a different challenge for our main characters. Speaking of main characters, both series' protagonist are descendents with special gifts. With these gifts also comes responsibility. These responsibilities includes protecting their community and helping others in need.