post your subsriptions (or whatever you want to call them) for slice-of-life anime here
I'll start with mmm Azumanga Daioh is slice of life, and... Pani Poni Dash, also Genshiken and Genshiken 2 (+ the OVA's), Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo, Ichigo Mashimaro, and last Myoashimon and Kamichu! tough it doesn't really say so in the description it's definitly also slice-of-life...
I'm new here. I just joined MAL and this is my first club. I would say that Doujin Work would qualify because Najimi is shown working at a second job while trying to start her Doujin career. Plus the whole Doujin scene as a backdrop is rather realistic.
most of what i watch is slice of life, and here are some good ones that are not listed here: Hidamari Sketch, Sketchbook, Mahoraba, Binbou Shimai Monogatari, Manabi Straight, MagiPoka, Potemayo, To Heart
The following i think are some examples that would be considerd slice of life. They are crossed with the following genres:
Honey and Clover - SoL, Drama, Comedy, Romance all blended in one.
Welcome to the NHK - SoL, Drama with a bit of Comedy
Lucky Star - SoL, Comedy
Ichigo Mashimaro - SoL, Comedy
Minami-Ke - SoL, Comedy
Ef Tale of Memories - SoL, Romance, Drama
Kanon - SoL, Romance, Drama, Harem
Aria the Natural
Aria the Origination
Chi's Sweet Home
5 Centimeters per Second
Diary of Tortov Roddle
Kino no Tabi
Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora
Kimi ga Nozomu Eien
Naisho no Tsubomi
She and Her Cat
Voices of a Distant Star
Tokyo Marble Chocolate
I can't believe that I went through 1 and 1/2 pages without seeing a reference to Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou (Yokohama Shopping Log). It is the quintessential slice of life manga/anime.
To be honest there were some mentions which I don't think really qualifies as "Slice of Life". Perhaps we need a better definition of the genre? I doubt that a series which overlaps more than 2 genres (including SoL) should be considered SoL.
But oh well, I am a purist...do forgive me.
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how come no one has posted Toradora?
its so awesome watch it immediately. One of best SoL ever
and for those who like
some psychological aspects, I highly recommend School Days :)
it made me shake uncontrolably for a few days LOL
Hmmm... I'm unsure about Shinryaku! Ika Musume. The premise doesn't exactly make it sound like one, but some of the episodes are about things like discovering makeup and umbrellas, dealing with getting sick, and taking a hike up a mountain. Those certainly feel like slice-of-life, but I don't know...
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