Adachitoka creates the manga series Noragami for Japanese readers. In December of 2010, it began serialisation in Kodansha’s Monthly Shnen Magazine. As of June of 2022, all episodes had been collected into 25 tankbon volumes.
From January through March of 2014, Bones aired a 12-episode anime television adaption. In the months of October and December of 2015, viewers could tune in to the second season of Noragami Aragoto, which featured 13 all new episodes.
Hiyori Iki used to be a typical middle schooler until she got into a bus accident while trying to save a stranger. As a result of what happened, she experiences frequent instances of her soul leaving her body, and she comes to understand that there are two parallel worlds, the Near Shore and the Far Shore. The Near Shore is home to regular humans and creatures, while the Far Shore is inhabited by ghosts and other demonic beasts. Yato, the odd god without a shrine, communicates with her through her spirit.
To gain notoriety, Yato is willing to grant any desire in exchange for five yen coins, including Hiyori’s request that her body is repaired. They go on many adventures together while grappling with issues of friendship, identity, and the past, and they do so with the help of Yato’s Regalia, a sword made from the soul of a human sacrifice and given that name by the god in question.
Adachitoka is the author and artist behind Noragami. The manga debuted in the January 2011 issue of Kodansha’s Monthly Shnen Magazine on December 6, 2010, and it has since been collected into twenty-five tankbon volumes, released between July 15, 2011, and June 16, 2022. Concurrent with the release of Volume 9, a special edition was made available that included a drama CD. Limited editions of both Volume 10 and Volume 11 were released at the same time, with each containing a DVD of an episode of an anime.
Since 2011, more episodes of the series have been published in the spin-off magazine Monthly Shnen Magazine. The first seven chapters were collected into a single book titled Noragami Shish on November 15, 2013. On February 15, 2019, in addition to volume 20, several supplemental chapters were released.
Kodansha USA has licenced both Noragami: Stray God and its spin-off series, Noragami: Stray Stories, for release in North America. On September 2, 2014, the first volume of Noragami: Stray God was released.
By July 5, 2022, a total of twenty-four volumes had been published. In December of 2015, we saw the publication of the first volume of Noragami: Stray Stories. The second volume of Stray Stories included in the special edition of volume 20 has not yet been released in English, and there have been no announcements regarding a potential release date.
Produced by Bones, directed by Kotaro Tamura, and featuring character designs by Toshihiro Kawamoto, Noragami is a TV series based on the manga. The first episode of the series premiered on November 10, 2013, at the Anime Festival Asia. Tokyo MX premiered the 12-episode anime on January 5, 2014, followed by MBS, BS11, and TVA.
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In addition to the television series, two extra episodes were released on DVDs packaged with limited editions of the tenth and eleventh manga volumes, respectively, on February 17 and July 17, 2014. Hello Sleepwalkers’ “Goya no Machiawase” (,”Overnight Appointment”) serves as the show’s opening theme tune. Supercell composed the ending theme song “Heart Realize,” performed by Tia.
The North American streaming rights were acquired by Funimation. Sony’s purchase of Crunchyroll meant that the show could now be viewed on that platform. The anime has been licenced for release in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment.
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