Yuragi-sou no yuuna-san

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Once a hot springs inn, now a boarding house with extraordinarily cheap rent, Yuragi-sou is virtually uninhabited save for a few peculiar residents. As rumor has it, it is haunted by a vile ghost which scares away all potential tenants. Therefore, it is the perfect refuge for Fuyuzora Kogarashi—a broke, homeless psychic seeking an affordable roof to stay under and ghosts to exorcise. Kogarashi prepares for a face-off against the ghost, only to find out it is not as malicious as the rumors made it out to be.

Yuragi-sou no Yuuna-san

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Everyone is enjoying their last few days of summer vacation. Kogarashi and Yuuna find themselves in Okinawa, and encounter another bound ghost. Chisaki comes to visit the Yuragi Inn on the weekend. She decides to spend the night and have a sleepover, much to Yuuna and Chisaki's delight. Yuuna tags along to Kogarashi, Sagiri, and Chisaki's seaside school trip. However, through the suggestion of another Chuuma ninja member, Urara, Sagiri needs to buy a new swimsuit. Browse our picks.

Yuuna and the Haunted Hot Springs

Kogarashi Fuyuzora is a "hands on" psychic. Ever since the day he got possessed by an evil ghost, he has been burdened with debt. Needing a cheap room to rent, he winds up at a haunted hot springs inn, Yuragi Inn, where only incredibly beautiful girls reside. Amongst the residents is a ghost, Yuuna, who cannot move on to the spirit world. Despite the resistance from the current tenants that are all girls, Kogarashi manages to start his new life at Yuragi Inn.
In North America, Seven Seas Entertainment publishes the series for an English-language release under its Ghost Ship imprint with the first volume being released in May An anime television series adaptation by Xebec aired from July to September The series follows the life of the luckless and homeless high school student Kogarashi Fuyuzora. In his search for a home, he is introduced to the Yuragi Inn, a cheap boarding house and former hot springs inn.