Ayakashi: Japanese Classic Horror, Mononoke Recommendations
As obvious as this recommendation may be, the fact that only the last three episodes of Ayakashi relate to it and the first eight are entirely unrelated make it worth making, if only for the sake of clarity.
Ayakashi is a collection of three totally different samurai period horror stories. Only the third and final arc links into Mononoke, which is an episodic 'supernatural case of the week' series where a traveling medicine man exorcises vengeful spirits after playing out 'whodunnit?' murder scenarios. Ayakashi's Goblin Cat arc is best described as being equivalent to a US TV pilot--it obviously proved popular enough for a full
Very similar mystic atmosphere . Interesting and breath taking scenes . Great plot and various tragical stories are combined in Ayakashi. The very anime is a combination of 3 different chapters , and i`m sure that if you are a fan of Mononoke`s storyline , Ayakashi will be great choice for you !
If you are interested in any anime series which deals with supernatural and bizarre sotylines, with separate arcs in every episode, then this short series of 11 episodes is one of them. You should watch it, the entire series being based on three different stories relating to the demons and ghostly entities from Japan; and know what?
The last three episodes of this series feature the 'Medicine Seller' in the Mononoke series, which is a spin-off of the same.
If you liked this anime (especially the last few episodes focused on the bake neko) then you definitely enjoy Mononoke. It is an anime centered around the kusuriuri that appeared in the final arc of Ayakashi: Japanese Classic Horror and is devoted to the many adventures of this particular medicine seller. So, if you enjoyed the art style and story found in the final three episodes of this anime, you may want to check out Mononoke. :3
mononoke is a spin-off of ayakashi: japanese classic horror