Crunchyroll has added a new streaming series to its stables today with the announcement of Omamori Himari while also announcing that they'll be adding three more series, one every day, for the remainder of this week. Omamori Himari will start up on Thursday, January 7th at 9am PST and you can find its launch page here. The series is based on the manga by Matra Milan which has been running in Monthly Dragon Age since February of 2007 and has had six volumes released in Japan. The manga has been released in the US by publisher Yen Press. The anime is having its production done by the studio Zexcs, which has been involved in a variety of different styles of shows.
Yuuto Amakawa comes from a long line of demon-slayers. Orphaned seven years ago without a single living relative, he has been protected and been able to live life as an ordinary high school boy – until his sixteenth birthday when his protection charm wears off. Just as he is about to be in real big, demon-packed trouble, a mysterious catgirl named Himari appears and pledges her allegiance to him, promising to protect him forever.