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Episodes: 16

1. The Unkindness of Adolescence

When Yurie announces during lunch that last night she became a god, Matsuri, as the daughter of a Shinto priest, tries to help her figure out what kind of god she is. During their efforts, Yurie accidentally creates a typhoon, which she has to dispel to save Kenji.

2. Goddess, Please

Matsuri decides her family's shrine will host a festival in honor of Yurie, but discovers Yashima, the god of the shrine, has gone missing. Yurie travels to the land of the gods to convince him to return.

3. Although This Is Not What I Intended

The god of poverty arrives in town, sending the local economy into a depression; and Yurie's pet cat, Tama, goes missing. These two events may have something in common.

4. The Earth Is in Peril

The God Association sends Yurie three assistants to help her deal with petitions. As her first task, the Prime Minister summons Yurie to help communicate with a Martian.

5. It's Awful to Be Alone

Yurie catches a cold and stays at home for a few days, but her friends don't come to visit. Feeling lonely, she uses her powers to depart from her body as a spirit and visit them instead.

6. A Little Resolution

Kiyomi, a freshman, comes to Yurie seeking love advice - but the object of her crush is Kenji. Trying earnestly to help her rival nonetheless, Yurie joins Kenji's calligraphy club with her.

7. Lovers of the Sun

On their summer vacation, Yurie and her friends go to a quiet part of the seashore and explore an abandoned beach house. The gods living there want to know what's become of the people who once enjoyed themselves there, and Yurie fulfills their wish.

8. Wild Times

Strange packs of cats have been roaming the town recently, and Tama is among them. Yurie follows her and turns into a cat to meet the charismatic feline Tyler Meowden, who wants to revolt against humans. She and Tama fight to stop him.

9. Cross the River of Time

Yurie and her friends meet an old man named Gen who was once a crewman of the battleship Yamato. Shortly afterwards, she receives a message from the sunken battleship, which wants to visit its home port again.

10. It's Your Decision

As another of her business ploys, Matsuri convinces Yurie to run for student council president, but they encounter unexpectedly fervent opposition.

11. Love Is Missing

Miko and Shoukichi run away to a nearby town together for mysterious reasons. Yurie and her friends spend the day trying to find them.

12. Mysterious Adventure

For the month of Kannazuki, Yurie attends the "God Convention" in Izumo. While there, she temporarily transfers to a local middle school where everyone treats her with utmost respect.

13. We Do What We Want

Matsuri, as the daughter of the shrine, becomes offended by the foreign holiday of Christmas and stages "Yurie-chan Thanksgiving Day" in order to combat it.

14. Dream-Colored Message

During her winter break from school, Yurie spends an entire day under the kotatsu. She receives several New Years cards, including one from Kenji.

15. A Small Step

When Yurie resolves to give Kenji chocolate for Valentine's Day and confess her love, the entire school and everyone in town pitches in to help her. After a brief awkward conversation upon the school's roof, the two are lifted into the sky upon a large piece of paper (upon which, Kenji had written the kanji character for 'love'). As they soar above the town, Kenji tells Yurie that he loves her, because she is strange. The character on the flying paper turns into the kanji for 'strange'.

16. Take a Look, Spring Has Come

Yurie and Mitsue help Matsuri and Miko clean the shrine storage rooms. As she spends the night there, Yurie tells her friends that Kenji is her boyfriend.



Yurie Hitotsubashi (voice)

Ai Nonaka

Miko Saegusa (voice)

Chiwa Saito

Tama (voice)

Issei Miyazaki

Kenji Ninomiya (voice)

Kanako Hattori

Shika (voice)

Kaori Mine

Mitsue Shijou (voice)

Kousuke Okano

Yashima-sama (voice)

Makoto Tsumura

Shoukichi HItotsubashi (voice)

Miki Ito

Akane Hitotsubashi (voice)

Misato Fukuen

Chou (voice)

Mitsuaki Hoshino

Kenkichi Hitotsubashi (voice)

Rika Morinaga

Matsuri Saegusa (voice)

Yûki Maeda

Ino (voice)

Questions and answers

Where can I watch Kamichu!?
Unfortunately Kamichu! is not availabe to watch on any of the most popular streaming services in the US. If you have any information about the availibility, please let us know!
Is Kamichu! available on Netflix?
Is Kamichu! on Netflix? No, this show is not available on Netflix in the US.
What is the plot of Kamichu!?
Yurie is just an ordinary middle school girl in the 1980's - until overnight she finds out that she is a Kami, or God, in the Shinto sense. When Yurie announces this fact to her best friend Mitsue, their classmate Mitsuri takes advantage of Yurie's new divinity to revitalize her family's dying shrine. Yurie is nicknamed Kamichu and now must go on with her godly duties while going to school and winning the heart of her crush, Kenji, while Mitsuri tries to replace her old shrine god Yashima with her.
How many episodes is Kamichu!?
There are 16 episodes and 1 season of Kamichu!.
Is Kamichu! series finished?
Yes, Kamichu! series is finished. 1. season was the last one.
Who is in the cast of Kamichu!?
Kamichu! cast is including:
MAKO as Yurie Hitotsubashi (voice) (16 episodes), Ai Nonaka as Miko Saegusa (voice) (16 episodes), Chiwa Saito as Tama (voice) (16 episodes), Issei Miyazaki as Kenji Ninomiya (voice) (16 episodes), Kanako Hattori as Shika (voice) (16 episodes), Kaori Mine as Mitsue Shijou (voice) (16 episodes), Kousuke Okano as Yashima-sama (voice) (16 episodes), Makoto Tsumura as Shoukichi HItotsubashi (voice) (16 episodes), Miki Ito as Akane Hitotsubashi (voice) (16 episodes), Misato Fukuen as Chou (voice) (16 episodes), Mitsuaki Hoshino as Kenkichi Hitotsubashi (voice) (16 episodes), Rika Morinaga as Matsuri Saegusa (voice) (16 episodes)

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