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Yurie Hitotsubashi is an average middle school girl. She has a best friend named Mitsue, a clueless crush name Kenji, and the typical middle schooler's troubles. Then one day she becomes a god. Naturally she tells her best friend Mitsue. After this announcement a girl named Matsuri decides to join them and declares herself Yurie's manager (which will help her own family's poor shrine. However, Yurie's new god status has not changed her; she still is a shy young girl waiting for her crush to notice her. Only now she has to grant requests, figure out her powers, and become a dependable god.Written by
Opening Theme Song
Music by Noriyasu Agematsu
Lyrics by Bee'
Performed by Maho Tomita See more »
Kamichu! is about a middle school girl named Yurie Hitotsubashi who suddenly becomes a god in the first episode. She tells her best friend Mitsue about her new found goddess status. Another girl named Matsuri who runs the local shrine declares herself Yurie's new manager. Yurie does everything from grant requests, met new and interesting people and gods, attend god conventions, and more.
Yurie still has the typical middle schooler life. She still has to try to succeed in school and she tries to get her crush Kenji to notice her.
Overall this is a really cute show! I would recommend it!!
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