Tomoki Izumi is the author and illustrator of the Japanese manga series Mieruko-chan (“The Girl Who Can See Them”). With seven tankbon volumes already published, it started serialising online in November 2018 through Kadokawa’s ComicWalker website. Yen Press holds the North American rights to the manga. From October through December 2021, Passione’s version of an anime television series was broadcast. On March 18, 2021, a television anime series was announced. Yuki Ogawa is the series’ director, and Passione is the series’ animator. Takahiro Majima is the series’ assistant director; Shintar Matsushima is the series’ directing assistant; Kenta Ihara is the series’ supervisor and scriptwriter; Chikashi Kadekaru is the series’ chief animation director, and Makoto Uno is the series’ monster designer. Miko Yotsuya, a high school student, has the unlucky ability to see terrifying ghosts and spirits who stalk her and others around her. Miko tries her best to disregard the spirits’ existence despite this and carry on with her typical high school life.
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From his neighbour, Zen learns that someone is allegedly killing cats in their area. He then goes to school to begin his class’s instruction. Miko finds it more and more challenging to concentrate in class due to Zen’s giant female ghost urging everyone not to look at him. Miko seizes the opportunity to take Hana to the hospital when she becomes dizzy from hunger so that she can leave the lesson. Miko starts to speculate that Hana’s increased hunger could be a result of the ghosts haunting Zen interfering with her life aura. Miko unintentionally draws the attention of a hostile ghost masquerading as a human child while following Hana to a park. The ghost then tries to assault Miko but is repulsed by the shrine maiden spirits. Then Miko understands that the shrine maidens will only shield her three times. As she had already unintentionally invoked their assistance twice, there is only one more opportunity to do so.
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Miko Yotsuya (also known as Miko Yotsuy) is Voiced by: Alexis Tipton and Sora Amamiya (Japanese). (English) the main character who, for no apparent reason, developed the ability to see ghosts. She attempts to protect her best friend Hana from seeing them maintain her everyday life while pretending not to see them. (Hana Yurikawa; Hana Yurikawa) voiced by: Sarah Wiedenheft and Kaede Hondo (both Japanese). (English). Miko’s vain best friend is unaware of her current predicament. She enjoys eating. Her eating does, however, also make her life aura stronger, which draws spirits to her more. Yulia Nigured (Nigured Yuria) is voiced by Lindsay Sheppard and Ayane Sakura in Japanese. (English) A schoolmate of Miko and Hana who, like Miko, can see ghosts. She adores a local fate teller and is saddened when she shuts down her shop.
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Zen feels better once his mother’s ghost is extinguished, and he begins to let go of his old worries and guilt because she no longer haunts him. This enables the spirits of the cats around him, including the nature of his former pet kitten, to be cleansed and passed on quietly. After that, Miko makes arrangements for him to adopt the kitten he had saved. Later, Zen can stop the cat’s attacker and tase him unconscious. Police have posted a missing person’s notice for the man, but his whereabouts are still unclear. When Mitsue in the country receives a picture of Miko and Hana visiting the shrine from an enigmatic source, she is astonished. Miko decides to visit the shrine to make an offering after getting the notion at school to try to thank the shrine spirit for assisting her.