Both centre around a painfully cute group of girls and their often silly, always cute activities in their school club and outside of it. Yuru Yuri demonstrates an awareness of the girls love subtexts that tend to pervade all-girl slice of life school series, but it's fairly tame (at least for something with 'yuri' right in the title!) so the differences are fewer and subtler than you might expect.
Much like K-On, Yuru Yuri focuses on a group of girls and their club. Just like this anime, it is filled with cute and funny moments, along with a group of endearing characters. Don’t get scared by the title, most of the ’yuri’ only serves as a joke.
Both series feature a group of girls doing fun things at a school life setting with many humorous moments from the cast.
Both series has a general feeling of lighthearted comedy and some drama.
Both series consists of a club with the girls and are generally a fun watch for some great laughter.
School life,club activities,no romance (cause both of it taking place in an all girl school),a lot of funny chit chat,4 girl as a main character (well,actually it's 5 in k-on with azusa but it start with 4)
In both clubs they nearly actually do something, just wasting time on random topics and snacking all the time.
Each club consists of 4 female members (in K-On! it's 5 later on).
That randomness is what make both animes funny and enjoy able.
Sorry, I don't speak english.
Acho que quem gostou de K-on vai gostar muito de Yuru Yuri, pois os dois falam sobre um grupo de garotas, é um "slice-of-life" e tem bastante comédia. Simplismente amo os dois, se você gosta de K-on provavelmente gostará de Yuru Yuri!
K-On and Yuru Yuri are very similar, both go to all girls school and enjoy club meetings, having fun and still gives you that warm feeling inside. Very good slice of life anime, cool to relax and enjoy.
-Both follow a group of schoolgirls and their experiences.
-Both are light-hearted and often have many cute moments.
-One is simply about girls having fun while the other is based on a light music club, though this does not detract from the moe and humor at all.
Theyre both cute as hell shows, the only reason you might not like both of these shows is if you dont like the light/silly yuri references. Yuru Yuri means 'light yuri' theres nothing too extreme and it is far from the focus of the show.
Similar art style and similar humour. The character types are similar also, Yui Funami like Mio Akiyama, Kyoko Toshinou like Ritsu Tainaka, Chitose Ikeada like Tsumugi Kotobuki etc. K-on! has less yuri content
Genre Similarities: Comedy, School and Slice of life. Both have group of friends messing around in a club. Yuru Yuri is like k-on but without the music part to it. Two of the funniest anime I've seen and the characters are pretty similar.
Toshino Kyoko = Ritsu Tainaka
Funami Yui = Mio Akiyama
Akaza Akari = Yui Hirasawa
These two slice of life series are both lighthearted comedies about a group of girls forming a club and living their school lives. If you enjoy watching cute girls do cute things you'll probably like both the series.
Visual similarity is the first thing people will tell you when you ask them why x show and y show is similar, because it's what you saw. Such is always the case with fellow all-girls, somewhat yuri anime.
Yuruyuri, serialized in comic yurihime, is, of course, highly lesbianated. Teenage male audiences in general will find nothing wrong with this show. And even put aside the visual, Yuruyuri itself has some witty-funny dialogue and deserved to be judged by its content and not just visual. But there are people who will totally convinced by visual alone to watch or skip something, and I can't blame them, it's just basic human reaction.
Yuyushiki, serialized in mangatime kirara, is recommended for people with a taste for heavily-dialogue anime that features a lot of jokes, puns, and funny conversation that isn't found in real life. Maybe you used to have such conversation sometime back in high school, if so, this show is sure to make you go all nostalgic about old friends and times younger you spend with them. Also, despite being all girl with recently-popular moe visual, it's not as lesbianated as Yuruyuri and I think straight girl will not be annoyed as much.
There you go. Yuruyuri is ultimate fun time for people who don't mind their sexuality. Yuyushiki is more neutral sexuality-wise and not as visually distracting, so you can gun for Japanese listening practice or whatever.
Notice: I mentioned a lot of sexuality and gender stuffs in my review because sex-sale is bread and butter of half the anime in the market and I think you should know about it. read more
In both shows, a group of girls join a club that has no members and much of the humor is based on how the characters interact with each other.
Also, the voice actresses for Yuzuko and Yui play Chinatsu and Yui in Yuru Yuri, respectively.
Both series involves a group of young girls in a club who does random things in their daily lives. Those activities ranges from anything and usually involves humor, drama, and again..randomness.
Both series' characters has cute designs that also follows a slice of life format. They are also lighthearted and offers hilarious moments in each episode.
Two of the voice actresses also play characters in their perspective series.
*the gorakubu voices yuruyushiki characters and yui from yuru yuri is this yui too they are very much similar characters
*yuruyurishiki has cute girls who probably want to kiss eachother, yuru yuri has cute girls who definitely want to and sometimes do kiss eachother
*true to their roles the character with chinatsu's voice in yuriyushiki can not keep her hands off of yui-chan but i think in yuyushiki this pairing is much more shippable than it is in yuru yuri
Both Yuru Yuri and Yuyushiki are slice-of-life comedies concentrating on a number of girls. They both involve these girls in a club that does nothing, and it turns mundane situations into jokes. They both also have a number of yuri jokes in them higher than the average slice-of-life anime, yuri jokes being the point of Yuru Yuri actually, though they appear about once an episode in Yuyushiki.
Same type of humor, though YuruYuri's humor is more "everywhere", and focuses on more romantic comedy antics, and Yuyushiki's humor depends on the girls' strange thoughts, and is more trivia-based and shows the fun of being a young high school student.
Both anime have a girl named Yui who have similar personalities and even the same voice actress, and also a wild pink-haired girl who likes the Yui, both pink girls voiced by the same VA as well.
Yuyushiki's main focus is three girls, but YuruYuri focuses on an entire big group.
-Both follow a group of cute girls and what sorts of experiences (often funny and moe) they get into.
-Both very light-hearted slice-of-life comedies with yuri, though it is very subtle in Yuyushiki unlike Yuru Yuri (hence the "Yuri").
Okay so we have two light series that anyone can enjoy because they are both just absolute random. They both use comedy in similar ways in the sense that it all fits into its random storyline. The main reason I have recommended these two is that it is about two groups of girls doing random nonsense that makes people laugh. So I believe that if you liked one you should easily enjoy the other.
Despite the same seiyuu(s) on few characters,
Both anime are also similar in terms of :
• Characters itself (Kyouko = Yuzuko, Yui = Yui)
• Plot. Nothing serious, basically both anime just some "cute girls doing cute things" i guess. Also aren't something that you have to take seriously.
• Visuals. It's simple and feels light, good for relaxing and chilling out. Pls don't let Yuyushiki's character design bother you, i was bothered but it's actually no big deal.
For Yuru Yuri and Kiniro Mosaic, the word "cute" comes to mind when describing each other. There is an all-female cast for both series that consists of cute girls doing cute things. They also follow a slice-of-life format rather than any direct storyline. It chronicles the girls' lives and what they do at home, school, and anywhere else.
In Kiniro Mosaic though, there's a diversity of nationalities while in Yuru Yuri, there's more of a sense of diversity in personalities. Nonetheless, both series are something to grab as they inspire smiles and joy.
Cute female characters doing cute things.
Slice of Life.
Possibly some undertoned Shoujo Ai. (Not undertoned in Yuru Yuri)
The characters have very similar personalities, particularly Alice and Chinatsu and Youko and Kyouko (even the names).
Both have subtle hints of Yuri in them, and aren't ever all that intense. However, Kiniro Mosaic mostly just hints at it, while Yuru Yuri makes it more obvious. Both adorable and well worth a watch, especially if you're new to Yuri and want a few relaxed shows to watch.
So you like cute girls? How about inexplicit lesbian relationships? So how about cute girls in inexplicit lesbian relationships? Well if you do then you're in luck since that's pretty much what most "cute girls life" shows boil down to. I mean, they don't really explain or delve into their semi-platonic relationship but lesbianest, it's obvious that they're passionately sprouting for one another.
These series are both fundamentally school-centric slice-of-life anime with a primary selling point being cute girls being cute and amusing. Both series also have the distinction of having some themes of romantic interest between their core cute girls, but it is to be noted that Yuru Yuri is to the point of Shoujo Ai, whereas Kiniro Mosaic has not achieved that status.
Basically, you have like a group of girls doing cute thing every day, with sudden punchlines thrown all around you. Not much is happening in both, but Yuru Yuri throws in a bit more comedy to spice things up. Mostly if you are into this cute girl subgenre, will you enjoy it!
Both shows are about a group of girls who pretty much just hang out and have a good time. The characters are very similar (one hyperactive, one tsundere, etc.), and there are yuri undertones in both. They both provide plenty of comedy and are sure to make you smile.
Featuring an all-girl cast, both of these anime revolve around a group of girls in school making the most of their life.
Both have a lot of elements of shoujo ai in them.
Both are very moe and adorable.
Cutesy Slice-of-life anime where gay girls have a gay ol' time and do cute things. YuruYuri is more upfront with its depiction of yuri, going as far as to even have it in its name. Kiniro Mosaic is more subliminal about it, with it being more of a homosexual subtext at first before spreading its wings and evolving into a stronger yuri form in its second season. Both shows feature an extremely shippable cast who overflow with so much moe it should be considered illegal. If you like one show, you're bound to like the other.
Its about 4 girls just hanging around talking about whats on their mind in both animes.
There is the glasses-girl, the Otaku, the clumsy oversleep-all-the-time girl, the classic moe girls.
Both hame similar drawing style being "fun" and lighthearted.
Both of them misses any kind of real story, its just a lot of sketches of the girls doing sleepovers, missing homework and talking about stuff.
Both shows have cute girls making funny observations about every day life...
...But in YuruYuri, they clearly have crushes on each other! Lucky Star had some subtle shoujo-ai subtext, but they go for broke in YuruYuri.
Still, if you like cute character designs and slice-of-life humor, check both out!
Cute girls enjoying their school life. Cast of characters is very similar - otaku, tsukkomi, the one that always fantasing about others, the silent one etc. Lucky Star is more geeky and random but both are very funny
Similar cast of characters. They're both slice-of-life / comedy with all female leads. Konata is a lot like Toshino; a bit of a pervert, a huge otaku, and completely enigmatic. Yuru Yuri is Lucky Star if all the characters in Lucky Star were lesbians and in middle school.
Yuru Yuri is also an anime about a group of school girls doing random and sometimes mundane things, and both are also comedies.
Although some people may be put off by the yuri, it's still a pretty funny show that I would recommend.
These are both similar in the way that both anime revolve around a group of female friends who go through various misadventures and daily life together. Both series are very random, slice of life/comedy featuring cute girls with no specific plot line.
If you liked Yuri Yuri, you'll probably like Lucky Star and vice versa. Both are essentially "pure" slice of life shows, in that their contents consist entirely of slice of life hi-jinx with no deviation whatsoever. So if you like what you saw from the first one, give the other a shot.
Very similar themes in terms of yuri and moe. Sakura Trick has more adorable animation whereas Yuru Yuri is a lot funnier, but that's just my opinion.
If you enjoyed Yuru Yuri then you'll definitely adore Sakura Trick (and vice versa).
Do you really need a reason?
A lot of cuteness and yuri happening in both series. Emphasis on interaction and the relationships between the girls. Yuru Yuri is set in middle school while Sakura Trick is set in highschool. That's about the only difference.
If you like the moe stuff and yuri you'll love both.
The Yuri is strong within this one. The story follows the daily lives of the girls activities throughout the school grounds or outside of school. The main characters are known to have feelings for each other rather by imagining it or by doing it in real life, with some characters sparked an interest in them.
Yuru Yuri is know to have a lot of imagination instead of doing it in real time, and mostly involve in a lot of relationships. Sakura Trick makes the characters "open up" to themselves and somewhat focuses on the two main characters.
Both animes don't really take the yuri too deeply although Sakura Trick is a bit more explicit about it. The characters are very similar to the main casts, and both like to have cute girls do cute things. The scenes in each anime seem to follow the same pace between the two as well.
Both are sweet, lighthearted shows focusing on girls and relationships between them. However, in Yuru Yuri the "yuri" part is more subtext and there are surely less kisses than in Sakura Trick - but it's still very enjoyable.
Higher profile all-girls anime with some but not unacceptable lesbian tendencies (yes, there are MORE obviously lesbian shows out in the wild.)
A-channel is the serialized series in a less obvious girl-loves magazine Manga Time Kirara. One of my favorite magazine that also home to the even more prominent anime such as Hidamari Sketch and K-On!. The positioning of this magazine doesn't allow girl to blatantly kissing or making out, thus is pretty SFW. And A-channel is a stereotypical Manga Time Kirara's manga, and same goes in its anime adaptation. No overly lesbian action.
YuruYuri is serialized in Yuri Hime magazine. With more frank title, this magazine is openly yuri (lesbian) and kissing, making out, openly more-than-friend relationship is common in this magazine. But sex is still off limit as this magazine is no place for hentai. YuruYuri is an example of manga from this magazine. Openly homosexual, this is not a recommended reading in the religious part of the U.S., obviously. And the anime adaptation also fails to disappoint, as it is pretty much everything the manga was, plus considerably more fan service than you will ever bargain for. read more
Super moe school girl slice of life series! Between the silly sense of humour and ocassional antagonism amongst the supporting characters, there's a lot of points worth comparing. And while Yuru Yuri is a lot more overt about its girls love themes, Toru's attachment to Run can make you wonder at times!
Story centers around a group of girls with their daily life
-both is all about friends and friendship yet contains amusing hints of shoujo-ai
-both are of comedy & school life
-both has lovely light-hearted art and character designs
Four main female characters doing cute things on a daily basis throughout their school year. No actual story, but it follows the relationships between the characters in wacky, slapstick, comedy segments.
Yuru Yuri follows four middle school students who are in a club, and focuses more on Yuri. A-Channel follows four high school girls, and is less Yuri.
-Both anime tell about everyday life of middle school girls.
-Both anime contain 'cute girls doing cute things'.
-Both anime have the same amount of main character (look at the anime cover).
-Both anime actually have the same atmosphere and same genre (slice of life, comedy, and school).
If you liked the pure-hearted comedy aspect of Nichijou, then you might like Yuru Yuri, they're similar in many aspects, though one thing to note is this anime is less slice of life and more comedy than Nichijou, I would argue that it is still equally as entertaining with its own sort of charm.
♪Both is about a new girl that enter in a new thing (in YuruYuri, Chinatsu enter in the Nanamori Chu Goraku Bu - In New Game Aoba enter in Eagle Jump)
❤Both are about cute girls doing cute things
✿Both have a bit of yuri
★It is relaxing to see these animes
Made by the same studio, both Yuru Yuri and New Game are lighthearted slice of life anime. They both feature a group of girls who interact with each other, leading to comedic situations. If you enjoy watching lighthearted anime where cute girls do cute things, you'll probably like both series.
Both series were adapted by studio Doga Kobo. They both are typical CGDCT kind of anime with a bit of yuri fanservice thrown into the mix. The main focus is on the daily shenanigans of the main heroines.
Aside from having the same staff and studio, both are an all-girl cast SoL/school comedy animes. These shows give off similar atmosphere and is hilarious. If you like Love Lab, you'd probably like Yuru Yuri and vice versa.
There's a strong sense of yuri vibes going in both series although it's mostly for comedy rather than anything to serious. More so though, Yuri Yuri and Love Lab both contain very humorous dialogues that are sometimes exaggerated and can be interpreted differently.
The girls from both series also has their own sense of humor. There's also dirty jokes related to love while others related to life. There's also the school life setting that inspires fun tales of humor.
YuruYuri and Love Lab just give the same atmosphere... there both very comical and refreshing, if you liked one you should watch the other one
only diffrence is that yuruyuri is more into Shoujo-ai than Love La, and i liked yuruyuri a bit more... but you should watch both :3
Both are about single-gender groups of friends doing hilarious things in a skit format. I got similar vibes when watching both. Both have a straight man with black hair surrounded by crazy characters doing crazy things.
They are similar because:
- The moe level is intense in both!
- Cute girls and slice of life of course! Just a good combination and too cute (KAWAI)
- They both shoujo ai (Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? has a little bit of it)
- They both have a some kind of group, they all are in (FRIENDSHIP)
Both are 1-cour, moeblob slice-of-life series. They have mostly female ensemble casts with a variety of characters; who are very easy to get attached to. Both Yuru Yuri and Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? are cute-girls-doing-cute-things comedies which are great for relaxing and dragging a laugh or two out of you - though Usagi's atmosphere is more relaxed than Yuru Yuri's.
It's exactly the same show but in a major city.
The main cast is all female
There is no plot
both are comedy Slice of life
difference Yuru Yuri has 2 girls with glasses that fantasize that certain girls will become couples.
If you've watched Yuru Yuri and liked it, I'm going to go ahead and guess that's because Yuru Yuri is filled to the brim with comedy and adorable, small female characters, each one with a very distinct personality.
If I were to say that I could copy-paste what I just typed down and replace "Yuru Yuri" with "Non Non Biyori", I wouldn't be too far from the truth. Non Non Biyori features a smaller cast, has a more detailed art style and is set in a small, rural village instead of a school in the middle of a crowded city. But other than that, they're extraordinarily similar.
When I watched Yuru Yuri, it was my favourite all-in comedy anime. I saw a Non Non Biyori - Yuru Yuri recommendation here on MAL, so I checked it out. And Non Non Biyori completely knocked Yuru Yuri off its seat. The two shows have a lot in common, so if you liked Yuru Yuri, I can definitely advise you check out Non Non Biyori as well. It has a little less comedy-per-minute, but approximately twice the adorable-per-minute, so it'll be time well spent. read more
If you like the slice of life comedy + yuri combination, you will like both of them.
The setting is different though (Yuru Yuri has a tipical school setting, while Kanamemo is more focused on the life outside school - precisely at work), but the feel is definitely the same with a bunch of cute girls (mostly lesbians, of course) living their normal lifes filled with comedy, jokes and... well, yuri.
Cute girls, doing cute things, with funny moments that you will laugh most of the time. Though you will find some yuri scenes involving characters "playing around" on each other and chibi scenes with their funny expressions.
There is not much of a difference since it is a slice a life format and yuri, although Yuru Yuri involves in the school grounds with some funny moments. Kanamemoi involves a main character that is working on a job to help her financial needs.
These shows are mostly relaxing but they also have quite a lot of humor. They also have varying levels of yuri/yuri undertones and humor sometimes revolves around it. They also have adorable characters, especially Kana...
They are similar due to their SOL and Comedy genre, both of them has a good artwork same with the animations, but Yuru Yuri has more Shoujo Ai vibes than Sansha Sanyou.
Both of them are really interesting anime; it has a vibe that you will never get bored-vibe in some aspects. Both of them is really good. You will have a good time spending your time. Your time will not be wasted.
It is worth watching.
same style of comedy-- even the characters' personalities are quite similar, and the character genders are mostly females.
These two shows are focused on the daily lives of young female students. The premise might be a li'l bit different, but the flow of the story is similar.
Both of which anime are centered around 4 girls doing random things. You can safely say that Yuru Yuri is Ichigo Mashimaro with a yuri twist. Each of the girls fall on their respective archetypes and fulfill their own roles nicely. If you have seen Ichigo Mashimaro, you won't regret seeing something like that again in Yuru Yuri.
Both of these have similar character settings, such as young school girls around the age of 12, and incorporate comedy as the main genre for its production. They are comparable in that each character in one anime corresponds to another in the other anime.
It has the same nostalgic feeling, loli characters, and cute romantic comedy, in different ways. Yuruyuri is more about 4 girls, it has a bit of shoujo ai, comedy, slice of life and school life. Acchi kochi has those except for the shoujo ai. Kyouko reminds me alot of mayoi from acchi kochi.
Both are def recommended.
Both are as similar as Facebook to Hi5, or Democrat to Republican.
The shows are brushed up with similar art-direction, almost pastel color choice, character design, pace, and genre.
The real example of style-parody. When someone say in easy English "the art is similar" this is what they mean, mostly because both shows share some staffs. Style-parody is not exactly a right word, they are officially sharing art-direction.
Genre similarity is also difficult to overlook. They are slice-of-life comedic show with heavy effort on showing the relationship of sub-character with the main cast (Minami family/ four main Yuruyuri girls.)
The original manga presents them both as a circle, character who lead the show are in the middle of the circle, and are given more airtime. Each lead cast has their own friend/ acquaintances who are in the outer of circle. They interact with the lead cast and branch out the show's focuses into more than one group of friends.
That's about every similarities that can be described in words. The differences are less tangible and lie in something beside visual. Yuruyuri is heavily lesbian, while Minami-ke give a fair share to male character, so we gotta admit this one big difference. The less worth mentioning difference are target audiences (which is already implied by the earlier statement)and original manga key genre (pure comedy vs shoujo-ai based). read more
Both are have hilarious moments you will love.
The characters have the exact same personalities, with the same short height.
One difference about both of these series, is that Teekyuu is very short with 2 minutes that you get mindfuck, and entertained.
Relaxing comedy about a group of cute girls doing amusing things! full of random and funny moments that will give you some good laughs.
PS : Too many seasons for Teekyuu! I would recommend all Teekyuu seasons as anime equivalent to all Yuru Yuri seasons!
- Four or so cute girls have fun together as a club.
- Lighthearted and somewhat silly tone.
- Implications of yuri without ever forming official couples.
- Yuru Yuri is more of an episodic comedy, while Hinako Note has somewhat of an ongoing storyline.
- Similarly to above, Hinako Note is specifically about acting, while Yuru Yuri is just about girls hanging out.
Here you have a variety of charming, unique looking characters in a school and unproductive club setting.
The two containing lighthearted comedy with little story progression, but having a fun atmosphere making you smile as you watch.
-Both are about a group of friends simply having fun together.
Yuru Yuri is shoujo-ai, GJ-bu is not.
-Both have their own unique set of characters all different from each other.
-Both are lighthearted comedies.
Both don't have much of an overall plot, but each episode has a plot.
Both are entertaining, cute, and funny. They don't center around romance.
Yuru Yuri was funnier though, and the ending of GJ bu left more of a heartwarming feeling.
One of the main characters is a blond-haired, blue-eyed middle school girl who really likes a particular magical girl show whose main character has pink twin-tails to the point of vaguely implied shoujo-ai on the part of the fangirl. The plots of each series are completely different, but it's an odd enough similarity that I think it's worth mentioning.
A 4 girl essemble, more like 5 in this one, it has comedy, slice of life, and everyday school life dramas. they are both centered on their club, yuru yuri being the fun club, and Manabi being the student council.
Hilarious slice-of-life comedies about a club which exists solely for its members to slack off, as they take place in an all-girls academy there is heavy girls love undertones, albeit more heavy handed in Yuru Yuri. Both are incredibly high quality in comedic delivery and have similar character types, some of the best in the CGDCT genre and firmly stand tall among them.
Yuru Yuri and Asobi Asobase are about groups of girls having fun. If you enjoy cute anime girls doing funny things and being friends, these 2 anime are perfect for you! Yuru Yuri has a bigger set of characters and has much more romance/fan service than Asobi Asobase. When the 2 anime ended, it left me sad because both series give me an overwhelming feeling of happiness.
The adorable characters, hilarious scenes, fantastic character relationships and the overall simplicity yet fun concept of the 2 anime.
Just watch the 2 series, I love them both
Disregarding supernatural force in Nyaruko-san, they both are pretty much moe-overloaded comedy.
Looking for anything that lacks a lead male with actual facial features? YuruYuri is a better choice for you here. All lesbian high school probably with aphrodisiac in all the cast's meals. The rate is not 18+ but if you are not those people who took anime for the love of life but know only Naruto and Dragon Ball, your imagination can probably crank it up a few gears. Yuruyuri is, after all, a moe comedy you see popping up a lot from Japan over the last decade. It's imagination inducing, fap inducing, or any other word you would use to describe anime that make doujin artists want to draw the characters naked.
Please note that both feature plenty of horny girls trying to get into someone pants/skirts. You like those humor below the belt? You sure will enjoy both, with Nyaruko-san being a little more awesome.
That's right, Nyaruko-san feature cute girls as well, but they are more expressive about sexy time and are not bound by social norms. The graphic may be as safe as Yuruyuri but for the script Nyaruko-san is straight out of playboy sexual life discussion corner, with a little degrading to make it not adult-only of course.
Both series are high quality in terms of comedy, gags, and bringing tons of laughter to the viewers. As such, if you're looking for some absurd entertainment, then these two series such be considered.
Both series also has a strange cast of characters that have different personalities but amusing to watch. (not to mention the moe)
Both series has drama and features many strange episodes that involves the main characters in strange situations.
Both of these have batshit insane comedy that makes the other shows in their respective genres seem tame by comparison in terms of humor and weirdness. Both of them have plenty of characters that are lovably idiotic as well. KonoSuba and Yuru Yuri are a blast to watch when you want to laugh and have some light-hearted but insane fun.
Some decent girls (Yui, Kyouko, Megumin, Wiz) mixed with a lot of awful people going around their days and having fun. Over the top comedy, some weaker characters are bullied pretty hard, perverts are having a field day. Plus Yuru Yuri has yandere in making. As I said, it`s fun.
They have 4 main characters that hang out and mostly do normal activities, presenting several moe-ness in both. Hana Ichinose and Akari Akaza are the "main characters" who are a bit insecure about their place in their respective group and also have short pinkish hair.
Slow Start has some implied shoujo ai, while Yuru Yuri presents an overt shoujo ai.
Yuri Yuri is basically this anime but with a larger production value. If the this short had a larger production, I feel both of these shows would be extremely similar.
One of the main characters in Yuru Yuri Toshinou Kyouko also has the same voice actor as Azuki in this short. Azuki and Kyouko both have the same sort of quirky personality. All in all, Yuru Yuri is basically this anime but with a larger budget.
Yosano and chitose are basically the same character
koume, the new character introduced in the special episode, and chinatsu are also basically the same character
yuru yuri is go go 575 without singing and with a bigger budget and a higher focus on comedy.
Both are slice of life comedy anime thats episodic with each episode broken into three sections for different gags and such. both are very strong comedies with lots of laugh out moments. they are very similar in there structure and set up thats its very easy to say that if you like one there is no doubt in my mind that you will like the other.
Yuru Yuri is a similar kind of comedy whitout any larger sense. Just for laugh. The differences are: Yuru Yuri has milder jokes and there is one man character less. For me Seitokai was better but still Yuru Yuri isn't bad.
kyoko's fantasies are similar to kanako's, both series are sparkly and contain excessive nosebleeds (maria holic tends to parody this trope though), both are set in a school (middle school for yuri yuri, high school for maria holic) both contain absurd humor.
If you liked the characters SHAFT's Hidamari Sketch you should definitely check out Yuru Yuri and vise versa because the four main characters are basically the same regarding character traits and even character design for some parts. And as the characters and some small things are the only thing that differs between those Slice of Life shows I think a recommendation can be made because of the characters alone. Some noteworthy examples:
-The main heroine Akari (Yuru Yuri) and Yuno (Hidamari Sketch) are both the shy, cute and quiet ones of the cast. Also both have things in their hair on both the left and right side. For Yuno it is her two "crosses" and for Akarin it is her tied hair. Both are moved kinda in the background during conversations and such.
-Kyouko (Yuru Yuri) and Miyako (Hidamari Sketch) both have blonde hair and are both hyperactive and have the most comedic parts in their respective shows. They are both kinda reckless and quirky at first but in the end deeply care about their friends and are really loveable.
-Then we have Yui (Yuru Yuri) and Sae (Hidamari Sketch). Both are the maturest ones of the cast, both have blue hair and overall act pretty much the same.
-And last but not least we have Chinatsu and Hiro. Both are more or less indicated to be Yui/Sae's "lover", both have similar hair styles and Yui Chinatsu reminded me a lot of Hiro with how she interacts with the others though she's not quite as mature as Hiro.
All in all I think Yuru Yuri (Anime published in 2010, Manga in 2008) took a great peek at Hidamari Sketch (Anime published in 2007, Manga in 2004) while creating their characters and if you loved the characters in Yuru Yuri you will surely love them in Hidamari Sketch as well and vise versa. But Hidamari Sketch has far less Yuri moments compared to Yuru Yuri. read more
Lesbian-themed slice-of-life madness! Naoko-san is only one episode and is intensely perverted, unlike Yuru Yuri which largely stays away from that stuff, but both are very funny and fast-paced with jokes. If you like one there's a good chance you'll like the other.
Both are slice-of-life shows about a group of girls. Yuru Yuri focuses on a club where the members mostly just hang out together, while Locodol focuses on local idols who promote their community. Both have funny moments, although this is more prominent in Yuru Yuri. Locodol is slightly more laid back because it does not have a hyperactive character like Kyouko. Both have some yuri undertones, though this is much more of a focus in Yuru Yuri. Neither show has much drama, and they rarely have a boring episode. Both shows provide a warm and enjoyable atmosphere and are worth a watch.
Both are about a group of people mostly loafing around in a club, where many of the topics they bring up are random.
Seitokai no Ichizon has a male lead with his harem, where on the other hand, Yuru Yuri fully consits of only female leads.
Both include lots of comedy.
Humor random . Where all the main characters are girls, and there is an illusion of love between them . And it is located in a school club where the fun occurrences happen . Although they are mini - stories , but equally are connected.
Want a cast of four to six young girls? Want to watch them do slice of life things complete with comedic elements, Shoujo Ai undertones, and even occasional overtones? Want to watch three seasons worth of it? Have I got the show for you.
Both shows are cute girl slice of lifes. In both there is an older sister is obsessed with a younger sister, though this is not the main focus of either show. There are also other yuri undertones in both shows. Yuru Yuri has a school club setting, while Kokoro Toshokan is set in a library. Yuru Yuri is more of a comedy, but Kokoro Toshokan is also quite comedic at times. Kokoro Toshokan is slower paced but is more heartwarming. Both are worth a watch.
Who needs manly men when you can douse yourself in fluffy feminine sweetness! Both Hanayamata and Yuru Yuri do exactly that my friends, no longer do you have to deal with harems that revolve around a brain-dead pervy guy, but instead focus on the adorableness that is girly girls~
*Club formation struggles
*Shoujo Ai for the shippers out there :3
*A main character who doesn't stand out much and easily embarrassed
*Directed to an older male audience
I recommend both as they're personal favorites of mine cx
Both Yuru Yuri and Yuru Camp feature a cast of female students.
Both are laid back and can be enjoyed casually (hence, 'Yuru').
Both feature the cast in a school club doing stuff together.
Both have a cast of fun characters with varying personalities (Yuru Yuri is more over the top, while Yuru Camp is more grounded with their personalities).
Cute girls doing cute things vs. cute boys doing not-so-cute things.
Both animes relies heavily on comedy and the complex web of relationships between the main casts. In Hetalia there's much more information about the history of the countries' relationships for centuries, Yuru Yuri focuses more in the daily lifes of the all-female cast.
Other thing that Yuru Yuri shares with Hetalia is the homosexual tendencies of the characters, the former is much more pronounced in the yuri aspect, while the latter tends to be implict on the yaoi.
The first season of Prisma * Illya is a spin-off to Fate Stay Night with a good story and character development. However you don't really need to watch Stay Night to understand Prisma.
The second TV season, 'Prisma 2wei', is where you get lots of Loli and Yuri
The third season you get an explosion Loli, Yuri, and Yaoi
Cute Girls Doing Cute Things. Relaxing comedy. No male lead. While Yuru Yuri focuses on short stories of random comedy related to amusing lesbian romance, friendship, silliness, school life, and slice of life. Comic Girls focuses on the goals that each main girl is trying to achieve.
The themes maybe far different from each other. Harukana Receive is about beach volleyball with fanservice while Yuru Yuri is comedic CGDCT and school life. but they both have the similar format. at least 99% of the population in the anime is (good-looking) females. and yes, there is GL subtext too.
Similar sense of humor and that means great sense of humor. Both yuru-yuri and tanka-kun wa... are about school life but yuru-yuri adds topic of `relations` between characters (i mean this yuri in title is for a reason). Don't watch if you have asthma because you'll hiperventilate a lot during series of laughs.
Yuru Yuri and Konobi (abbrv) are gag animes that focus on comedic happenings in their club.
Additionally, both have similar characters that secretly admires one of the main characters (Toshino Kyouko of Yuru Yuri and Uchimaki Subaru of Konobi) Their cute attempts to get closer to their crushes will make you root for them unconsciously.
The main characters Tooru and Kyouko have a really similar... aura? ^^' Like, their crazy straightforward personalities, and their silly over-the-top actions, and the poses they make, and the way they talk, right down to their overflowing love for one of the other female characters, and the way they express it. It was killing me while I was trying to figure out who Tooru reminded me of, until I finally remembered Kyouko and everything clicked into place.
Both of the shows are also really enjoyable slice-of-life/comedy animes that make the most of their really interesting and diverse groups of characters, and are very shoujo ai. Good shows, watch 'em both. read more
They're both hilarious slice-of-life and the humor is to appeal to a certain audience (you know who you are! ^^)
Doujin Work is all about doujinshi and has a cast of mostly cute girls (and Justice). The humor is a little perverted but it is funny nonetheless. A girl named Najimi discovers the world of doujinshi and her life turns upside-down.
In Yuru Yuri, there is one girl who likes to make doujinshi (Kyouko Toshinou), and there is an episode involving her dragging her friends to Comiket. Aside from that, there are tons of running gags and all sorts of funny.
A lot of the humor from both the shows resemble one another. Also, despite often having a pervy sense of humor, nothing objectionable is shown-onscreen. read more
This show was basically Azumanga, but with less variety in jokes, and more lesbians. This is not necessarily a bad thing, because I loved Azumanga, and greatly enjoyed this show, as well. If you like gag comedies about cute girls, this show is probably up your alley.
Another 4 girl ensemble, although upotte has a more serious tone, (not by much), has a story and the characters have more background, and it has actual action. FNC reminds me alot of Akarin, the way they are. Yuru yuri is more comedy and slice of life than anything, but the characters are all enjoyable and every episode is entertaining. So if you like one, i recommend the other.
Both animes have highschool girls and the story is mainly centered around the people in their school clubs, have lovely comedy, tries to recruit enough members to create a OFFICIAL club and have shoujo-ai tones.
Relatively cute and innocent GL anime that don't focus on sex/fanservice. If you're looking for cute fluffy yuri with lots of moe these two are your best bets. If you like one you may like the other, though Konohana has a more relaxed atmosphere and focuses more on relationships between characters while Yuru Yuri is energetic/upbeat and focuses more on comedy.
Both are school comedies with bubbly and colorful style and suspicious humour. They really make you lauch out loud and just feel lol. The humour is based on characters.Some scenes can be quite touching and have a bit more serious feel in them, but that's rare.
You like cute lesbians? I do, too. Both of these shows have a mainly female cast, are entertaining for slice-of-life animes, and a carry some girl-on-girl innuendo. Only difference is that Love Live! has some sort of a consistent plot and an end goal in mind, while Yuru Yuri is all over the place, with mini arcs here and there.
Himouto! Umaru-chan and Yuru Yuri showcases their strong points with the large serving of 'genki girl'; as Umaru-chan and Toshinou Kyouko does have their 'genki' similarities on being otakus, filled with events that fills each episode with silly nonsense, comedy and antics.
If you're a fan of otaku-ness and daily dose of CGDCT moeness, these two shows are for you.
Both animes have highschool girls that tries to recruit enough members to create a club, and has a story that is mainly centered around them, but Saki Achiga-hen is more of a serious sports club while Yuru Yuri is only a "Slice of Life" type of anime and their club is more lighthearted.
Both shows are about a group of school girls and their characters designs are done by the same person also there's yuri subtext in both shows. The main difference is that Yuru Yuri is a slice of life comedy while Realyse the Spyce is an action show.
I haven't seen this anime being recommended alongside YuruYuri's so I'll be recommending it; although not as yuri or shoujo-ai-ness, but Stella Jogakuin has the same girl-admiration-ness placed on its plot elements.
Also, fans who enjoy YuruYuri and school-life as well as slice-of-life will find enjoyment on this anime.
Both have a couple of girls, who become friends. Although Yuru Yuri is more of a comedy slice of life, Chuu Bra has a bit more of a plot, or a story, but both are comedy and have shoujo ai in it. Yuru yuri more of it (in every episode lol).
both are a 4 girl ensemble. Comedy, slice of life, and school life. Kyouko is alot like torako, both are energetic, leader (kind of ), but the rest are all different to each other. But both are pretty good anime series. So if you liked one, you'll like the other! I hope :)
- The two main characters are equal!
In fact, the two main characters are very similar, both are similar in design and in the stupids attitudes and they can't do anything alone.
Although Gakkougurashi be an apocalyptic world and have zombies, the character gets along very well on it, so it appears to have psychological problems and continues to live in the normal world in hers mind. However, the anime can be fun too.
In Yuru Yuri, we have a lot of fun and funny, and that makes us laugh a lot!