The biggest part of why I liked Tayutama so much was the skillful use of silence and suspense in two-person exchanges. These scenes were orchestrated beautifully. If it weren't for these, though, I may have given Tayutama a 7 or 8, because really, there are some things that could have been improved. Tayutama is a refreshing anime, if you can call it that. Not overly ecchi, not overly headache-inducing, and it gives you a nice uplifting feeling that might or might not have you considering Shinto just so that you can maybe get a foxgirl out of it. If anything, watch it for Mashiro's moé factor and Nue's comic relief I guess. It's a nice ride regardless.
Last Updated: Jan 09, 2015
Opening Theme: "The fine every day" by Kicco
Ending Theme: "Kizuna no Uta" by Miyazaki Ui
Tayutama -Kiss on my Deity- Original Soundtrack (Game)