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An anime television series by J. Staff aired in Japan between January and March Meirocho is a town filled with fortune tellers known as Uraras, who each specialize in different forms of fortune telling. Chiya, a girl who was raised in the woods, comes to Meirocho seeking the whereabouts of her mother. Joined by three other Urara trainees, Koume, Kon, and Nono, Chiya aims to become the highest ranked Urara in order to enlist the help of the legendary Urara and find her mother.
Ok the above people haven't said anything wrong perse- they just haven't given you the normal terms the Japanese use. However, Japanese people rarely use jin, or onna when talking about animal girls. Usually they attach the word "mimi" onto the end.
Foxes were common characters in traditional Japanese folk-tales. Sometimes they were portrayed as divine beings of boundless knowledge, while other times they played the role of the shape-shifting trickster. The longstanding popularity of this animal means there are many fox girl characters featured in different series.