Posts tagged: inari konkon koi iroha

Animecast: 100 Anime Series Suggestions


To celebrate an anime viewing milestone, the hosts of the Animecast sit down to run through 100 titles worth watching. Ranging from comedy, to horror, to romance, to sci-fi, and many other genres. Read more »

Animecast: Top Anime of 2014


The votes are in and it’s time to announce the best anime of 2014! Join us as the two hosts list their favorite anime of each season, as well as their best overall shows, music, characters, and disappointments. Joining in the awards are picks from the OtakuSpirit community as well! Read more »

Animecast: Winter 2014 Review Part 2


The teardown of the Winter 2014 season of anime continues in another fun-filled episode of the Animecast.  In this episode we explore vigilantes, mages, idols, farmers, hopeless romantics, and ghosts doing inappropriate things.  Keeping it PG of course! All while keeping you informed on what’s good and what’s not. Read more »

Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha Review


There are shows that focus on appealing to our desires to see someone rise to power, capture us in a romantic struggle, riddle us with epic plots, or fuel our desire to crack a good laugh. However InaKon is a bit of a different beast altogether. Instead of focusing on any of these elements, it simple captures one’s heart and never lets up. Read more »

Episode 10 Impressions: Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha


When last we left Uka and Inari, things were looking very dire. In this final installment to the Inari Konkon series, we get a heartfelt conclusion to a series that manages to capture one’s emotion and send it through the wringer.  As both Inari and Uka will be forced to make a decision that could cost them their friendship. Read more »

Episode 9 Impressions: Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha


As Uka remains locked up in the Heavenly Cave by Amaterasu in an effort to remedy Uka’s recent connection to Inari, Inari’s previous actions come back to bite her. As an angered friend of Minami pushes her to her limit, a catalyst is created that could cause a great tragedy. Read more »

Episode 8 Impressions: Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha


Inari has been pondering a way to bless Uka’s life for a long time.  Having had her life changed for the better over the course of many seasons by the sacrifices that Uka has made for her.  In giving her powers that have directly or indirectly changed her luck for the better.  As Uka gets forced into an arranged marriage ceremony, Inari finally steps up to do what she can to change Uka’s fate. Read more »

Episode 7 Impressions: Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha


Inari struggles with her deity powers as her class prepares for a play for the big school festival. It seems that her luck changing for the better may not be luck at all. As she discovers the reason behind it all, her distaste for herself causes her a great deal of grief. Read more »

Episode 6 Impressions: Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha


In the previous episode we were left with a fairly big cliff hanger as Inari’s powers became uncontrollable. Her emotions spun out of control as her desires to help her friend Akemi manifested her deity powers. At the same time Akemi confessed her desire to be Inari. It was a recipe for a body swap scenario in the making. Read more »

Animecast: Winter 2014 First Impressions Part 2


The Winter 2014 season of anime continues!  We still have a bunch to cover, so in this episode of the Animecast we cover 5 more titles from the ground up.  We tell you the good and bad, no holding back!  So if you’re looking to pick up one of the following titles, you may want to get some thoughts on them first.

Anime covered in this episode: D-Fragments, Engaged to the Unidentified, Recently My Sister is Unusual, Inari Konkon Koi Iroha, and Magical Warfare.

Our intro for this episode is the OP for Engaged to the Unidentified called “Tomadoi Recipe” by Mikakuning!  The outro is the ED for Magical Warfare called “Born to be” by nano.

We hope you all enjoy!

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