Ranked #1428

Otona Joshi no Anime Time

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Kawamo wo Suberu Kaze, A Wind Skimming the River's Surface, Dokoka Dewanai Koko, Yuuge, Jinsei Best 10
Japanese: 大人女子のアニメタイム


Type: Special
Episodes: 4
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 7, 2011 to Mar 24, 2013
Source: Unknown
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
L represents licensing company


Score: 7.531 (scored by 4,001 users)
Ranked: #14282
Popularity: #2566
Members: 9,243
Favorites: 20
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Anime: Dareka no Manazashi
Both are short sentimental stories about young women looking back at their past 
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Anime: Nana
Mature, thoughtful stories about adult women living in contemporary Japan. Neither show shies away from realistic depictions of romance, sex, and failed relationships. Both have a strong sense of melancholy interspersed with levity at life's absurdities, and their protagonists make difficult and interesting decisions. Nana is long and lacks a conclusive ending; Anime Time tells four unrelated short stories. In each case it's less about the destination than the journey. 
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Anime: Byousoku 5 Centimeter
Must watch for fans one way or the other.
There are just so many similarities.
No question.
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Anime: Ristorante Paradiso
I think these animes are both intended for the same target group.
Both show different complex female/male-relationship between adults/ older adults .

Otona Joshi no Anime Time is more poetic and focuses on the women while Ristorante Paradiso shows the relationships mostly from the male perspective and has more steady art. 
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Anime: Aoi Bungaku Series
Both series are stories based on actual literature. Though the audience for both are vastly different, they both take on very mature and profound themes about life. I think that anyone who appreciates the rawness of literary stories would enjoy both. 
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Anime: Natsuyuki Rendezvous
Both have similar josei themed stories like love triangles. 
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Anime: Jin-Rou
Both of them are made in no-anime style. I don't mean graphic (but in Jin-Roh it's more realistic than nice). These works resemble serious movie so much like director didn't find any good actors and decided to make an anime. 
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Anime: Ojiisan no Lamp
It's short, peaceful and warm. Makes you go nostalgic about home and life. You always wish to relive your childhood days. They were the best days! 
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Anime: Human Crossing
These are collections of very realistic and reflective stand-alone stories, with each focusing on an adult in modern Japanese society and the things that they deal with. 
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