Natsume Yuujinchou, Mahoutsukai no Yome Recommendations
If you're looking for some serene fantasy with creative ideas, then consider these two series. Both of them adapts world fiction with great ideas. The main protagonist from both series can see otherworldly beings and discover unparalleled supernatural events. Both series has great relationship dynamics especially when it comes to a human and supernatural being. Recommended for fans of fantasy/supernatural fiction.
The tone of these manga are very similar, feeling very slow yet calm. Both put their respective MC's in situations where temporary characters are in need of aid. Both provoke thoughtfulness in the reader, and both deal with areas of the supernatural (yokai/demons in Natsume, and magic/myths in Magus' Bride). The main difference between these two is that Natsume is a shoujo and is very light on violence, it is almost a "softer" version of Magus' Bride, which does not hide from more darker/gruesome stories and situations. Both are great series and worth the time to read, both are ongoing, and both are being published
The same soothing, tranquil, peaceful feeling displayed from both stories. Both main characters show deep affection and fondness for the ones they care about and will get physical if necessary. Both narratives show just how strong a friendship can be through any situation or dispute that may arise.
Both protagonists are able to see supernatural beings and the series have a similar, calming atmosphere to them. Natsume Yuujinchou is a little bit more episodic than MahoYome, but both of them are.
They have very similar personalities and both of them struggle with their ability, with depression, the feeling of being unwanted and fitting in their school and family. The main plot of both series is overcoming their inner struggles and coming to self-acceptance.
Natsume and Chise both have a supernatural guardian, although they have different personalities.