A witch moves in with her relatives as part of her training and… that’s about it.
Review of Episode 4:
Flying Witch is a sweet, slice of life anime with a little bit of magic realism thrown in. Episodes 3 and 4 have given us a little bit more of a taste of magic and both episodes have been stronger because of it however there still isn’t much of anything occurring in the daily lives of our characters. They go view cherry blossoms, eat a lot of food, have a photo op, visit a haunted house, and run into another witch who has a magical problem. Everybody is sweet and happy (even when not initially introduced that way) and life goes on.
If I’m honest, I don’t know how many more episodes of Flying Witch I will watch. While I’m not disliking the show, there isn’t really enough happening to keep me wanting to come back.
Flying Witch is available to watch on Crunchyroll.