In the twelve-part anime called Noragami, Yato is an unknown god. Yato’s dream is to save money and reach his own temple. One day, after regalisa’ (a kind of dead person who could turn into a weapon) Mayu and another phantom defeat, Mayu reveals that he no longer wants to become Yato regalisa.
The reason is that Yato is an undisciplined god with no commandment, no temple, and sweaty hands. Yato gives him the way. One day, our middle school student named Iki Hiyori walks on the road and sees Yato trying to save a cat in the middle of the street so that the gods are invisible unless they reveal themselves. Hiyori thinks that Yato will stay under a bus that arrives. He manages to push Yato aside, but the bus hits him this time.
When Hiyori opens his eyes, he sees himself lying on the road and when he regains consciousness, he is in a hospital room. Hiyori’s life is no danger, but his life is no longer the same, because Hiyori’s spirit can leave his body and become a kind of phantom. And so Hiyori wishes Yato to reinstate himself and began a short but action-packed adventure.
Although Noragami doesn’t reveal it at first glance, what we see as content is actually not much different from what is presented to us in other animations. You can’t show it with your finger, but you can easily sense what’s happening and what’s happening. The simplest example is the main character Yato. This type of character, who jumps around and jumps around and makes comic when he is serious, has appeared in many animations.
After seeing Yato, we can say that this man’s past is dark, in fact he is very strong, he is like this. I mean, there are cliché events and anime makes you watch, but it’s not bad, but it doesn’t excite the audience.
Anime’s drawings are very beautiful and successfully reflect the classic anime atmosphere (colored hair, etc.). Animated scenes make him watch and untouched when using comedy elements. So everything is in place and as much as it should be. The best part of the animations is their music. Even though I cannot include the closing part, the music played especially during the chapters along with the opening part is quite good. Even if I did, Noragami could easily enter my list of the best in terms of music.