Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha. // First Impressions

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You all know the saying “Be careful what you wish for.” Yeah, that applies here as well.

Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha. is a Kadokawa and flying DOG adaptation of Morohe Yoshida’s manga. Inari Fushimi is a clumsy, shy Kyoto middle-schooler who can’t seem to get herself to confess to her crush, Kouji Tanbabashi. As thanks for helping a fox pup familiar she rescued one day, the divine fox goddess Uka no Mitama no Kami grants Inari one wish. She wishes to become the school idol Akemi Sumizome. Unfortunately, the wish she wanted only ends up causing more problems as she literally becomes Sumizome and can’t have it retracted. Instead, Uka gives Inari her divine ability of shapeshifting, which she uses to return to her original form.

Well, it’s a decent start. I like what I see. It’s cute, humorous, and doesn’t seem to fall under the category of half-assed romantic comedy, like what some examples tend to do (looking directly at you, Infinite Stratos), which is a good thing.

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