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Kiitarō Shōnen no Yōkai Enikki Supernatural Manga Gets TV Anime Adaptation

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Creators in Pack to produce anime based on series about boy with strong 6th sense

The "Manga Goccha" (Manga Got A Chance) manga website announced on Thursday that Riichi Kageyama's Kiitarō Shōnen no Yōkai Enikki (Young Kiitarō's Yōkai Visual Diary) manga is getting a television anime adaptation.

Creators in Pack (Hacka Doll the Animation, Ojisan to Marshmallow) is producing the series, and the company's staff will host a talk event for the anime at the Machi Asobi vol.16 event in Tokushima prefecture on May 4.

Kageyama launched the manga in 2008, and the series is available on the "Manga Goccha" website. Micro Magazine published the manga's seventh compiled volume in print in January 2015.

The horror comedy that's not scary at all revolves around Kiitarō, a boy with a strong sixth sense who is always surrounded by demons. He gets talked to by Yuki Onna (snow women), gets his bath licked by Akaname (licking demons), and lives with the Zashikiwarashi Suzu, whom he just can't come to dislike.

Source: Comic Natalie



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