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A very good anime. Older look, cell-shaded animation style gives it a sort of "classic" look. It does start a little slow, but that's because the first half dozen or so episodes are written out to help introduce each character. It really picks up after those. The music and soundtrack is kind of hit or miss, but its there when it needs to be. But what I liked most about this series. It was well planned. It told the whole story, then ended. So many anime series go on dragging out every fight far too long and have 100+ episodes and surprisingly little content. This is a nice self contained story that lifts elements from Japanese folk tales and really hits the spot.
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