Kaishaku created anime; displays cameos of their animes: Kannazuki no Miko, UFO Princess Valkyrie, Magical Nyan Nyan Taruto, Steel Angel Kurumi.
In the Kannazuki no Miko prospect, it displays the relationship of the alternate characters of Chikane and Himeko, Kaon and Himiko.
This anime is not only created by the same person, but the characters kind of resemble other characters from his past animes, especially Kannazuki no Miko. After watching Kannazuki no Miko, you will have somewhat of an understanding for why some characters are the way they are, etc. And besides that, both anime are beautufully done and each have their own uniqueness to them!
Love. A good thing or a bad thing? What if it gets in the way of your whole life`s purpose? is it still good? Girls and boys both cry because of theri loss, can you stand not crying? Test yourself against crying your eyes out and laughing till you fall over in this magical anime full of love and loss. Is all fair in love and war?
This is similar in the way the characters are drawn. The main character, Hatsuki, looks and acts a lot like Kurusegawa Himeko. This is the same for Hatsumi and Himemiya Chikane. If you look at this anime you will find yourself thinking of Kannazuki no Miko because of the characters and just because of the way the story generally makes you feel. I suggest it because of the magic in it, the comedy and because if you liked Kannazuki no Miko and the relationship between Himeko and Chikane then you will like this anime.
The charackters are allot simulair. The plot a little to. A girl falls in love whit here sister and searchs for a way to save here in the other anime they're 2 friends who fall in love and one need so find a way to save the other. Of course there's magic in to in bote.
Both series rely heavily on shoujo-ai as a plot device an emotional outlet. The main characters are almost counterparts in each series, Himeko (KNM) and Hatsumi (Yamibou) form a type that is played against Chikane (KNM) and Hatsuki (Yamibou), to the point that they even look alike. KNM has been hailed as Yamibou's successor and rightly so.
This definitely will give you the same great yuri pleasures that Kannazuki No Miko has.
Both a romance series and have action in it, whether it's mecha action or just adventure action.Both also shows the development of each other's feelings toward each other (Girls). If you enjoy Kannazuki No Miko, you will definitely enjoy Yami to Boshi to Hon no Tabibito.
Both series contains a strange atmosphere from the very first pilot episode.
Furthermore, there is the essence of yuri in the air that mixes in elements of comedy, drama, action, and later on emotions.
There is also the destiny theme in which the two main female protagonists must undertaker in the series in a climatic battle.
Two girls become besties by living together, bathing together, and fighting evil shit together until one seemingly turns evil and the two besties fight each other in the end. Implanted in the two main characters, the theme of sacrifice and concept of potential betrayal are present in both series.
If you enjoyed yuri anime's and you found strawberry panic to be one of your favorites so far, then you definately also need to see Kannazuki no Miko. *wink wink* hehe! And vice versa of course! Any Kannazuki no Miko fan would love Strawberry Panic.
Both series contain yuri like themes from a school life setting.
Both series' main protagonists are similar as well as the second main protagonist.
Both series contain drama and romance as well as a mystery within the school.
They both have 'changing destiny for beloved's sake' as main theme. What's more, their soundtracks are amazing (though they are made by other composers). WARNING: Kannazuki no Miko is shoujo-ai while Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica isn't.
Madoka Magica borrows some imagery from Kannazuki no Miko. Two main characters are very similar in both shows. And so are their dynamics and motivations - much more than it initially looks (especially considering Madoka Magica:Rebellion movie). But telling why exactly would be walking into heavy spoiler territory - plot twists play significant role in both series.
Both are, essentially, yuri. Both have heroines who are best of friends, and openly explains how such events take place.
The personalities of the heroines two are identical; one is sophisticated, talented, different, and the other is closeted, pretty, but otherwise normal.
The majority of the show is donated to flesh out their predicaments only for them to come back to their bond.
Both look good, and sound fine. Both could be enjoyed fairly well by non-yuri fans.
Revolutionary Girl Utena, is more "revolutionary" than Miko. It discusses a handful of social topics, some normal, some not.
Many of them are channeled outward into "battle of wills", which are portrayed as simple sword attacks.
The show's complexity reaches a point where it'll remind people of NGE, or another equally "batshit" crazy show
In comparison, Miko's synopsis comes off a bit weak. The symbolism is there, but it's symbol is a turn off. If one is able to make peace with such elements, then primary story can still take it's course, and leave you quite satisfied. read more
There is only one anime I've ever seen which comes close to Code Geass R2 for the "ridiculous trainwreck" factor, and that's Kannazuki no Miko. If you want something so silly you have to laugh your ass off and love it anyway, this is the anime for you.
It's both in the yuri gerne and both series contain a bit of mecha (though, it's just minor mecha. Both series focus on the relationships of the characters more.) Both shows have beautiful music and also have a lot of drama in it.
Angel Beats! isn't a yuri, but it does have a lot of the same elements as Kannazuki no Miki especially the fighting scenes and the main character having lost their memory. They're also both romantic and very touching.
Both anime have female main characters, take place on or nearby a school, and have mech battles. A lot of the drama comes from character interactions, and there are some love triangles and shoujo ai themes. While the overall plots are different, you can see similar story elements as the shows progress.
Kannazuki no Miko is my all-time yuri-faveness; where Strawberry Panic falls second. Sakura Trick this time, juz might rival Kannazuki no Miko on my no.1 spot!
These titles, it's yuri-ness at its finest~
Both have yuri overtones and fun mecha battles. Both shows get pretty dark. Granbelm doesn't have a guy third wheel, but that's probably a good thing. Granbelm is also shaping up to have the two main leads be romantically involved, if that doesn't happen I'll edit this rec.
-Both involve romance of the same genre, and have also a love triangle because of a person of different gender.
-Both have cool fights.
But Loveless is Shounen-ai (Yaoi) and Kannazuki no Miko is Shoujo-ai (Yuri)
A high school girl (Himiko/Himeko) is suddenly thrown into an otherworldly situation with her closest friend to fulfil a predetermined destiny under a long-hailed title (Boka/Solar Priestess). Both series have some pretty legendary action scenes, heavy supernatural elements and a ton of drama. They're both 12 episodes as well so good if you're looking for someone shorter; and relatively happy endings.
Both have cute high school girls and giant robots, as well as the whole... "End of the World" thing.
The series both have a similar feel to them, and I can't help but see a little bit of Hikaru in Himeko.
Its not really hentai but its a shoujo-ai, there is one sex scene. Not quite like Shoujo Sect though, haha. It has a beautiful story line that any yuri fan should watch.
And if you have seen Kannazuki no Miko I suggest Shoujo Sect as long as you dont care for some sex scenes, the story line is really cute!
The two main characters in both series are similiar. Sumire resembles Himeko, the clumsy, defencless, but working hard to protect their friend ones, Chikane and Lucia, the 'oneesama' characters - strong, hiding their own feelings to comfort others.
These animes are some what similar. They involve shojo-ai or yuri type anime and both of the anime's include some of the emotional struggles that they characters go through in knowing that there love is changeing and blosoming.