Don't let anybody tell you this show is comfy, it's too emotionally draining to be comfy. In almost every episode some beloved family member dies, often dozens of people get killed off. The pacing is sort of somber, and it's in a pretty comfy setting, but it's heavy.
Pretty much summarizes it.
On a serious note, it's about how weird the reality can be and how that itself can occasionally lead to beauty.
He's probably talking about that hivemind colony that replicated a mute child every few years
And about those villagers who drowned their dead and they reincarnated with their memories in new bodies
The art style for humans doesn't match anything else.
Ginko being absurdly professional and peasants disregarding him all the time
>that episode in the archives when you realise that most mushi-shi are mostly exterminators
Japan would be so fucked without him
didn't Ginko plan to eradicate goo children? one of them asks him why does he want to kill the goo, they dindu nuffin
Ginko replies that the goo kills human children and humans dindu nuffin either, they're just stronger so they will defend themselves