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Noragami (ノラガミ, lit. "Stray God") is a Japanese manga series by Adachitoka. It began serialization in Kodansha's Monthly Shōnen Magazine in January 2011's issue, and has been collected and published in 25 tankōbon volumes as of June 2022.

Noragami Stray Stories (ノラガミしゅうしゅう, Noragami Shuuishuu) is a spin-off series consisting of side stories to the main manga. Stray Stories chapters were published in Monthly Shōnen Magazine+ between 2011 and 2014, and have been collected in three tankōbon volumes as of October 2021.

An anime television series adaptation by Bones aired in Japan from January 5, 2014 to March 23, 2014, with a total of 12 episodes. The second season, entitled Noragami Aragoto, aired in Japan from October 2, 2015 to December 25, 2015, with a total of 13 episodes. A total of four OAD episodes were released with Volumes 10, 11,[1] 15, and 16 of the manga. Funimation announced its licensing of Noragami for simulcast streaming in North America in December 2013[2] and its licensing of Noragami Aragoto in September 2015.[3]

The series was also adapted into two stage plays. The first, Noragami Stage: Gods and Wishes, premiered in January 2016.[4] The second, Noragami Stage: Gods and Bonds, premiered in February 2017.[5]

A mobile game titled Noragami ~Kami to Enishi~ was released for Android and iOS in October 2015.[6]


Yato is a minor deity and a self-proclaimed "Delivery God" who dreams of having millions of worshippers. Without a single shrine dedicated to his name, however, his goals are far from being realized. He spends his days doing odd jobs for five yen apiece, until his weapon partner becomes fed up with her useless master and deserts him.

Just as things seem to be looking grim for the god, his fortune changes when a middle school girl, Hiyori Iki, supposedly saves Yato from a car accident, taking the hit for him. Remarkably, she survives, but the event has caused her soul to become loose and hence able to leave her body. Hiyori demands that Yato return her to normal, but upon learning that he needs a new partner to do so, reluctantly agrees to help him find one. And with Hiyori's help, Yato's luck may finally be turning around...

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