The big strength of Kyousogiga has always been its characterization, and with a lot of series that have that, they make the mistake to just not focus on that for their finale. Most shows do that by turning on the epic-button. She works under Kurama and is in charge of safekeeping Bishamaru, the adamant giant. With this, I have no criticism: everything worked. She adores her mother Lady Koto, and awaits her return. The characters all had wonderful chemistry together.
Created by Myoue, a Buddhist monk with the power to bring drawings to life, and his lover Koto, a black rabbit given human form by a kindly bodhisattva, the city is now ruled by their three adopted children: the secretive temple priest Kurama, the aristocratic yet childish demon Yase, and Myoue's lazy, womanizing successor Yakushimaru, who have grown estranged and jaded awaiting their parents' return. The one exception was Kyousogiga. The series also seems to be based on all these kinds of different worlds that coexist next to each other, with a central world being the main hub, it seems. He fits perfectly as the antagonist for the final episodes to get a really big climax out of it. Kurama is the only one of the three who's aged significantly. An anime television series aired between October and December 2013.
Kurama seems to be the at first - intending to sacrifice Koto in order to bring his mother back - but ends up undergoing a after Inari comes back. His temple is also used as reference for the family's home. As a result, he lived in the mountains and became a recluse until Lady Koto arrived. Koto spends her days in Kyoto living with Myōe, searching for a way to return home, while also trying to find clues about her own family. Yakushimaru had committed suicide upon the death of his family when the original Myōe found him.
A small but very clever detail. Lots of thought has already been put into these episodes, so I really hope that the creators also have something really inspired in store for the actual climax. I know I have been very quiet. After the original Myoe and Lady Koto left, he becomes bitter of their departure, particularly his foster dad, and desires to die once Koto finds the black rabbit. She's even explicitly called a tomboy by Yase. However, when she uses her hammer, the damage becomes permanent, much to Myoe's annoyance. One day a young girl named Koto same name, different spelling and her little brothers A and Un wander into the city from a different dimension looking for her mother.
They are often though, and twisted in surreal ways or repurposed. She also took Yase and Kurama as her children and together, they moved to the Looking Glass City. The latter may seem serious, but the end resolution is much less dramatic than what you might expect. This series is the perfect opportunity to to do something differnt though. This was a good week for Yaiba, it looked and sounded fantastic. Part of the problem is a change in my personal life, but another part is that I have felt really disappointed with the past Fall Season. But it brought out so much emotions in the characters.
Among the three siblings, she's the most effected after her parents' departure. He is originally a drawing by the original Myōe. The series is named after the scrolls. It may look vague, but everything is really deliberate and the more you puzzle, the more things start to fit together. Inari's creation of his family and Koto's entry to Mirror Kyoto both caused a chain reaction that would destroy all worlds. I mean, make characters a bit bigger, their hair a bit longer or shorter, and voila.
I especially loved that punch near the end of the episode. Later doubles as a after using it to possess Koto and destroy the Mirror Capital. It really makes the setting also come alive. But after his foster parents left, he becomes bitter particularly to the original Myoe. A mecha-geek with red eyes, it's not immediately clear whether she's human or youkai. What matters is the overall experience, and overall Kyousogiga is pretty damn awesome.
She spent her childhood as a student in the Shrine, and is very adept at combat. Every single side of her worked here: her active side, her playful side, her helpful side. It does so many things right here. Determined to make Yakushimaru a part of their family, the original Myōe drew him a pomegranate that revived and bestowed him with immortality, and siblings, Yase and Kurama, to make him feel better. This all combined leads to a very detailed and imaginative setting that is perfect for a short and whimsical series that can be enjoyed by all ages. It is protected by three people - Kurama, Yase, and Myoue - as they await the return of their parents, Myoue Jonin and Koto.