Kakuriyo: Bed & Breakfast for Spirits (かくりよの宿飯,lit. "Afterlife Inn Cooking") is a Japanese light novel series written by Midori Yūma and illustrated by Laruha. Fujimi Shobo have published nine volumes since 2015 under their Fujimi L Bunko imprint. A manga adaptation with art by Wako Ioka has been serialized in Enterbrain's josei manga magazine B's Log Comic since 2016. It has been collected in five tankōbon volumes. A 26-episode anime television series adaptation by Gonzo aired from April 2 to September 24, 2018.
Aoi Tsubaki is a college student who has the ability to see Ayakashi, a trait she inherited from her deceased grandfather. One day, when Aoi walks past a torii shrine, she sees an Ayakashi sitting there who announces that it is hungry. However, after giving it food, Aoi is kidnapped by the Ayakashi, an Ogre called Odanna. He takes her to the Hidden Realm, a world where all the Ayakashi live. He tells Aoi that her grandfather owed him a debt, and as compensation, she must marry him. Aoi negotiates with the Ogre instead, asking to work at the ogre's inn, the Tenjin'ya.
An anime television series adaptation was announced in November 2017. The series is directed by Yoshiko Okuda at Gonzo, with scripts handled by Tomoko Konparu, characters designs done by Yōko Satō and music composed by Takurō Iga. It aired from April 2 to September 24, 2018, on the Tokyo MX and BS Fuji stations. It ran for two cours, with 26 episodes. The opening theme is "Tomoshibi no Manimani" (灯火のまにまに), performed by Nao Tōyama and the first ending theme is "Sai -color-" (彩 -color-), performed by Manami Numakura. The second opening theme is "Utsushiyo no Yume" (ウツシヨノユメ,A Dream of the Temporal World) by Nano, and the second ending theme is "Shiranai Kimochi" (知らない気持ち,Unknown Feelings) performed by Megumi Nakajima. Both Crunchyroll and Funimation streamed the series.