Omamori Himari

After the death of his parents, Yuuto Amakawa lives a pretty ordinary life in the city. The only problem he has to worry about while attending school alongside Rinko, his next-door neighbor, is his cat allergies. That all changes on his sixteenth birthday, when an Ayakashi—a supernatural creature—attacks him for the sins of his ancestors. Luckily, he is saved by Himari, a mysterious cat-woman with a sword, who explains that Yuuto is the scion of a family of demon-slayers, and she is there to protect him now that the charm that kept him hidden from the supernatural forces of the world has lost its power.

Omamori Himari chronicles Yuuto's dealings with the various forces of the supernatural world, as well as the growing number of women that show up on his doorstep, each with their own dark desires. Will Yuuto be able to adjust to his new "exciting" environment? Or will the ghost of his (ancestor's) past catch up with him?

Títulos Alternativos

  • Título Romaji:Omamori Himari
  • Ingles:Omamori Himari
  • Japonés:おまもりひまり
  • Sinónimo:Protective Charm Himari, OmaHima

Información del Anime

Datos Curiosos

Omamori Himari takes from the first five volumes of its source material with some noticeable deviation in the content and plot, leading to an anime-exclusive finale.


Adaptación Omamori Himari


"Oshichau zo!! (押しちゃうぞ!!)" by Kawada Ruka, Sakamoto Aya


#1: "BEAM my BEAM" by Himarinko L. Shizukuesu
#2: "BEAM my BEAM" by Ami Koshimizu (ep 7)
#3: "BEAM my BEAM" by Iori Nomizu (ep 8)
#4: "BEAM my BEAM" by Kei Shindou (ep 9)
#5: "BEAM my BEAM" by Asuka Okame (ep 10)
#6: "BEAM my BEAM" by Yuki Matsuoka (ep 11)
#7: "Sakamichi no Hate" by Daisuke Hirakawa (ep 12)



  • Obra Maestra: 29
  • Excelente: 28
  • Muy Buena: 34
  • Buena: 34
  • Regular: 19
  • Promedio: 12
  • Mala: 0
  • Muy Mala: 1
  • Terrible: 4
  • Pésima: 2


  • La abandonaron: 7
  • La quieren ver: 34
  • La pusieron en espera: 2
  • La están viendo: 6
  • La vieron completa: 163