Like many hardworking members of the workforce, Kuroto Nakano is perpetually stressed out by his job. Still, since he lives alone, he must carry on to sustain himself. Little do humans like Kuroto know, this stress takes the form of darkness residing within a person's body and will bring one's life to ruin. Fox deities can see this darkness and have the duty to save people before it is too late. To help rid Kuroto of his stress, Senko-san, an eight hundred-year-old foxgirl, volunteers to take care of him, and will do everything she can to ease the tension in his weary soul.
It was another long, hard day at work for Kuroto Nakano... until he came home to find a demigod fox cooking dinner for him.
Senko continues to pamper Nakano with dinner and ear cleanings, but her outbursts are starting to make the neighbor suspicious.
Nakano and Senko's neighbor finally confronts them! Fortunately she's a fan of Little Yoko, Inari Girl. Later, Senko and Nakano visit the supermarket.
Senko tries to help Nakano get up for work on a Sunday, then gets into a bit of a mess with the household appliances.
Shiro does her best to please Nakano, but gets a little more than she bargained for. Later, Senko scrubs Nakano's back for him.
Shiro drops by to play video games with Nakano. Later, Senko receives a gift from Koenji.
Senko shows Nakano her amazing massage skills. Later, Nakano misses the last train home, but gets some help from Shiro.
Shiro takes everyone to the beach for a day of summer fun. While there, Kuroto encounters a mysterious stranger.
Senko notices Nakano drooling over gratin on TV, and enlists Koenji and Shiro to help her make some. Later, Nakano gets a haircut!
A thick layer of fresh snow provides loads of fun for Senko and Nakano. However, the mood changes when the mysterious stranger returns!
Senko's Izakaya welcomes Nakano after a rough day at work. Later, Nakano decides to visit his mother and father.
Nakano returns home to find that Senko is not there. What will be the outcome of Senko's meeting with Sora?