A anime adaptation of Gingitsune manga has been confirmed in the May issue of Ultra Jump magazine.
The story is set at a small Shinto harvest shrine dating back to the Edo period. Makoto Saeki lives with her father (the head priest of the shrine) and Gintarō, a kitsune (fox spirit) who happens to be a messenger for the gods. Makoto also happens to be the only one who can see the shrine’s kitsune. The manga follows the everyday life of Makoto and Gintarō as they act as the go-between for the gods and humans.