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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
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Novel
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 7.481 (scored by 5,390 users)
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Ranked: #17292
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Popularity: #3349
Members: 14,428
Favorites: 35


Both are short sentimental stories about young women looking back at their past 
report Recommended by helensan
Must watch for fans one way or the other. There are just so many similarities. No question. Guarantee.  
report Recommended by Anonatsuhe
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. 
report Recommended by Tongue
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. 
report Recommended by q_3
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. 
report Recommended by MoshiMoshiiih
Both have similar josei themed stories like love triangles. 
report Recommended by misscherie
There is a notion of looking back at your teenage years in an attempt to fix your present. 
report Recommended by Faylicia
Both are josei/slice of life that share similar themes. Focusing on the lives of 30-something working women making their way in a modern world. The tone is different (though there is some overlapping). Otona is a somber and nostalgic character study of the four different women. Hataraki Man is more 'sex & the city', but in a good way. 
report Recommended by mugwump
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. 
report Recommended by Iconoclast
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. 
report Recommended by Banu02
Mature and realistic slice of life, female point of view. If you enjoyed the slow pace and you are in one of those "look at yourself in the mirror" kind of moods this is exactly what you are looking for. Slightly nostalgic, bittersweet, very enjoyable watch. I really wish there was more like this! 
report Recommended by vampiricneko
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! 
report Recommended by dnpromi