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If you liked
Kiss x Sis (TV)
...then you might like
Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo
Both shows just shine with optimism. Both have some easy, but sometimes intresting plot. There are many shows with cute and gorgeous girls, but in favour of having the same happy atmosphere both shows just can warm your heart with them)
If you liked
Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle
...then you might like
Ryuugajou Nanana no Maizoukin (TV)
Both protagonists put their lives on the line, solving death-laden puzzles that would easily kill ordinary people.

Both series also feature traps...in more ways than one, if you know what I mean.
If you liked
Toaru Majutsu no Index
...then you might like
Ryuugajou Nanana no Maizoukin (TV)
A boy ends up living in a school dorm with a certain girl of great pivotal importance to the whole series, whether he likes it or not.
Both takes place in a danger-laced city made up primarily of students being the majority population.
Both protagonists unfortunately frequently find themselves risking their lives in dangerous situations by facing murderous adversaries, for the people they care about--despite claiming or wishing; to be just ordinary high school students.
If you liked
Higashi no Eden
...then you might like
Fate/Zero
Both have a plot that focuses on changing the world (or the city).
If you liked
Otome Youkai Zakuro
...then you might like
Hiiro no Kakera
Both the series have swords and supernatural beings. The whole composition of the series is old Japanese period. It is recommended for people interested in core culture of Japan.
If you liked
Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
...then you might like
M3: Sono Kuroki Hagane
Very similar character designs. Place the characters from Anohana and add mecha, aliens, and a futuristic setting. Anohana is a slice of life filled with friendship, drama, and regrets. While M3 has CGI and a mysterious realm yet to be explored.
If you liked
Usaru-san
...then you might like
Gudetama
Short episodes with similar flash animation, simple japanese,
focused mainly on kids but still having some kind of cuteness.
If you liked
Buzzer Beater (2007)
...then you might like
Kuroko no Basket
Both involve basketball displaying a amazing story following their journey
Both main characters are very good with hidden potential to be great
Both teams in the series inspire to be the best #1 in there league
Both Main protagonist show great character development
If you liked
Hanasaku Iroha
...then you might like
Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou
Realistic slice-of-life anime with plenty of comedy. HanaIro and Kawaisou both feature the main character moving into an inn/dorm with the intention of reinventing themselves. For Ohana, this means getting used to the work at the inn and proving that she is competent to her coworkers and her grandmother. For Usa, this means getting a girlfriend - specifically, getting closer to the antisocial book-loving girl who lives in the same building. Their stories feature moments of success but also plenty of setbacks as the other colorful characters generally do their best to make things difficult.
If you liked
Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
...then you might like
Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Movie 3: Hangyaku no Monogatari
Visually compelling and very thought provoking sequel movies to highly popular (and deservedly so) TV anime that changed their stereotypical genre (magical girl for Madoka and mecha for Evangelion).
Both have endings that will blow your mind. In fact, the entire movie will blow your mind.
If you liked
Kiniro no Corda: Primo Passo
...then you might like
Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Maji Love 1000%
-all the guys characters crush on the girl
-reverse harem
-music themed anime
If you liked
Cowboy Bebop
...then you might like
Space☆Dandy
Both are about a guy with a crew flying throu the space. Both have some episodes that can be a little trippy. Space Dandy is more like a parody of Cowboy Bebop.
If you liked
Yuru Yuri
...then you might like
Senyuu.
Similarities:
- Main Character is being left out through-out the series
- both comedy genre'd anime
- Interesting story & hilarious jokes
- makes you want to watch more
If you liked
Elfen Lied
...then you might like
Gokukoku no Brynhildr
-They are both written by Lynn Okamoto
-They are both about girls and powers
-They are both violent and gory
-There is a male lead with several girls with that power
-The girls are being hunted down by the labs that created them
-Involves graphic violence and emotion themes such as:
social alienation, identity, prejudice, revenge, abuse, jealousy, regret and the value of humanity *off wikipedia
If you liked
D-Frag!
...then you might like
Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou
A relatively normal guy has to put up with a bunch of weird girls who like to mess with him as well as a masochistic pervert "friend." The main girl in both is voiced by Hanazawa Kana.
If you liked
Queen's Blade: Rurou no Senshi
...then you might like
Blade & Soul
- Main character almost dominated by woman
- both movie has a focus on "women in action"
If you liked
Hidamari Sketch
...then you might like
Acchi Kocchi (TV)
-both are adapted from a 4-koma manga.
-can be considered far better from the original as a matter of adaptation due to the style of animation. 1 short chapter actually manage to be animated in 10 - 20 minutes per episode.
-both can be considered part of the SoL/comedy tandem but instead of focusing on comedy, both shows focus more on SoL.
If you liked
Kurenai no Buta
...then you might like
Kaze Tachinu
-Flying/planes is the main theme in both movies.
-In both movies the main character is based on a real person.
-Both are Hayao Miyazaki movies.

Main difference
-In The Wind Rises the mc designs planes and in Porco Rosso the mc flies a plane.
If you liked
Usagi Drop
...then you might like
Isshuukan Friends.
Both Usagi and Issuukan have a soft and light feel along with a little melancholy. If you watched one and would like something that also revolves around daily life (simple things), and two people coming together and interacting, and light soft feel with a little sad then I would recommend these as being similar. The differences: In Usagi the main girl and guy are very different ages and in a guardianship relationship, The story mostly takes place at home. In Isshuukan the story mostly takes at school and the girl and guy are peers.
If you liked
Gyakkyou Burai Kaiji: Ultimate Survivor
...then you might like
No Game No Life
Both make somewhat simple games appear to be extremely complex and strategic on an extreme level.
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