In Kyoto, there are three kinds of residents: humans, tanuki, and tengu. Shimogamo Yasaburou is the third son of the Shimogamo tanuki family. His father, Souichirou, had been the head of Kyoto tanuki community until he was eaten by the human members of "Friday Club". While taking care of an old tengu, fighting with other tanuki, and playing with a psychic human girl, Yasaburou approaches the truth of his father's death.
Easily my favourite show of the summer season. The Tatami Galaxy is the obvious comparison point, since both stories are written by Morimi Tomihiko. While Eccentric Family (Uchouten Kazoku) is inferior to The Tatami Galaxy in nearly every way, it's a great, well told story nonetheless, and easily the most creative, interesting thing to come out of PA Works.
At its heart about loss, guilt, social structure and family. If you enjoy deep character interactions, striking art direction, urban fantasy, and/or subtle social commentary, there ought to be something here for you to enjoy.