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.
Both are Slice of Life anime about cute girls and their experiences.
The manga from both series are from sister publications, so before Kiniro aired, Yuyushiki did small references in magazines and art referencing it. Now that Yuyushiki has ended and Kiniro is airing, Kiniro makes small references to the other in the show!
Yuyushiki and Kiniro Mosaic are two series involving cute girls doing cute things at school. Not only that but there's also a lot of humor thrown around with funny dialogues. There's English dialogues in Kiniro Mosaic while in Yuyushiki, there are sometimes statements that makes little sense but are memorable.
They also follow a slice of life format with no definite storyline.
Slice of life that focuses on a small group of characters (mainly female) at their school. Humorous and dialogue-driven, both of these series contain many random moments. Yuyushiki has a bit more fluidity to its pacing and conversations. Lucky Star makes a lot more references to other series and features an otaku girl as the main character.
Both series constantly spout random facts and lighthearted comedy out of thin air.
There are several form of two man comedy 'manzai stunt' that involves one straight man (Kagami in Lucky Star / Yui in Yuyushiki) and two idiots (Tsukasa and Konata in Lucky Star / Yukari and Yuzuko in Yuyushiki).
Both series also in a funny way have every extra characters besides the main casts displayed as an ordinary character, bland, lacking of colors, or even to extreme degree in Lucky Star everybody else is voiced by the same person.
Lucky Star and Yuyushiki are both slice-of-life genres of your not-so-everyday high school girls. These groups of friends act out mainly on whims and impulses, however, it's understood that the friendship between them is genuine. The conversation topics might seem tangential and even at a loss for logic, but still help to bring them closer together.
Both are shows about a bunch of girls doing... well, nothing in particular.
Lucky Star deals with crucial matters such as the best way to eat dessert, while Yuyushike focuses more on the interaction between the characters, but they share both these elements.
Overall Lucky Star has a (delightfully) slow pace, while Yuyushiki is faster and a bit louder.
Both Yuyushiki and Lucky Star have you following the daily lives of a group of high school girls, each with their own quirks. The laid-back, positive and easy-going vibe present in both anime make them enjoyable to watch. Yui's character in Yuyushiki bears a striking resemblance to Lucky Star's Kagami, in terms of personality, being the more sensible and mature, but adorable when embarrassed. It's also nice they're both not with that fufu lame ish.
If you enjoyed Yuyushiki, it's hard to go wrong with Lucky Star.
Similar concepts, characters.
If you liked らき☆すた(Lucky Star), you're definitely going to like Yuyushiki.
Just beware, Yuyushiki is, what I would call, "Borderline" between Lucky Star and Yuru Yuri, so expect a bit of "yuriness" from time to time.
Both are slice of life shows that have an all girl cast and are in high school. They're both comedy driven and just look at the simple things in life and both shows are based mainly on friendship, growing up and being young.
If you're seeking for some comedy, randomness, and a cute all-girls star cast, then both A-Channel and Yuyushiki might be worth the time watching for you.
In both series, the main characters are girls and are considered best friends. They take on life in a slice of life style series where they each live every day in a different manner.
Both series has a lot of fun moments and catchy dialogues. The interactions between the main female characters are also fun to watch that takes place at very settings such as home, school, and other places of interest.
The story follows the daily lives of high school girls who mostly do some random fun or liked to hangout most of the time. Since it is a slice of life format there is not much of a story, but there are funny moments and you might be attached to the characters.
There is not much a difference in here but, A-Channel has four main female characters and doing school activities. Yuyushiki has three main characters, and have a club that they go on most of the time.
These two shows have a majorly similar art style and even character personalities match up too well. Both have a more serious character who is accompanied by not only a nuisance but an annoying friend.
The premise of these two series is a simple school comedy, filled with laughs and entertainment. Though not a story, it mostly have gags, slapstick, funny dialogue and interactions on the main characters. Some characters have similarities, like Sonya = Yui and Yasuna = Yuzuko.
Yuyushiki follows their normal daily lives, who join a club for trivial quotes. Kill Me Baby follows a girl who is a trained assassin and often getting annoyed by her friend.
Slice of life that focuses on a small group of characters (mainly female) at their school. Humorous and dialogue-driven, both of these series contain many random moments. Yuyushiki has a bit more fluidity to its pacing and conversations. Nichijou is a bit more 'out there' in terms of everything.
In both series, there's the fun and lighthearted mood involving a group of characters/friends. They take on a slice of life theme with no direct story. However, what they both have is a lot of humor and catchy dialogues.
Both series are quite random and some of it does not make much sense. However, they are both entertaining in the sense of the characters' interactions.
Both series also take place at a school life setting.
In short, both Aiura and Yuyushiki are about cute girls doing cute things in what turns out to be an anime that has no direct story.
Rather, they both take place in a school life setting where there is a lighthearted atmosphere. The main characters are all girls and they seem to be enjoying the life of their times.
There is a lot of humor and catchy dialogue used. Among other things, there is a playful background as the characters tries out different ideas each episode.
I think that if you liked either one of these anime you will like the other because they are about similar things 3 girls in school getting into a multiple of things. Also I think some of the characters they used are pretty similar in their personality. i.e. Saki = Yui
They are both comedy and school life so I think that you would enjoy both (even though Aiura is only 4 minutes long).
Same kind of relaxing atmosphere and similar kind of comedy.
The art also looks similar. Both of them also have a character who is very clueless about the world seems to be very innocent and not to bright either. It focuses on a group who is very close to each other and they also care very much for everyone in there group.
Yuyushiki is another slice of life comedy featuring a group of high school girls in a club where screwing around seems to be the top priority. In both series, one level-headed protagonist tries to make sense of the random actions of her crazy friends, but usually ends up going along for the ride or reacting with extreme shock for comedic effect.
Despite some similarities in character personalities and comedy, there are drastic differences in art style, however.
You cannot go wrong with this one. Both are the higher profile manga serialzed on Manga Time Kirara. The noteworthy selling point of every manga in this magazine is girls' love. If you can't go a day without non-explicit girl-to-girl cuddling then both are the right choice.
Plot is not non-existent, but sadly, there are quite a lot of anime out there which qualified more as mild sex-sale than 30 minutes of storytelling. It's possible to praise how good the story, jokes, puns, and conversation is, but at the end of the day many people watch this just for d'awww.
But that shouldn't let you down, because there are a lot of little girl talkshow manga out there, and this two qualified as a comedy gold mine, thus animated. read more
The slice of life formula fits with both Hidamari Sketch and Yuyushiki. In both series, there's a group of girls who are friends with a similar age range.
There's not much of a plot for both series but there are a lot of humorous dialogues, scenes, and interactions that depicts every day life events. Some of these events takes place at school while others takes place at home and the local community.
Both series has cute designs that makes up the characters along with great comedy.
Both are great sol animes focusing on a small group of characters and using background characters as comic relief or even filler, both keep a slightly mature tone with each providing some more adult jokes as well as some fan service.
Visually, they are of the complete opposite. You don't like both of them because "the art is similar, they both look the same lol" like in most recommendations go.
Anyway, it's their audio offering that make them similar. They are among the recently popular, dialogue-heavy slice-of-life anime that simply shows you what the main casts talk about during their normal days in life.
Of course, by normal, it's their normal and not your normal, thus probably not boring. Making boring daily life interesting is the heart of this genre. More important than the extreme reaction or breathtaking story, dialogue is preferred over any other kind of selling point, as far as recent comedy goes.
Also, I do not like to admit this, but Yuyushiki art is pretty much what fits in the recent category of "moe" style. And for some reason, when people see this kind of art, they somehow automatically assume the story would sucks, and They are right most of the time.
I can't deny that, but when you get better at Japanese and stopped relying on subtitle, you might get into the dialogue better. You will overlook the style and get into the substance soon enough. The enjoyment of watching Yuyushiki and Danshikou came from "understanding dialogues" and not "awesome visual" like the usual action-packed anime. Gotta admit you can't get into the heart of dialogue-heavy anime that easily, but if you try, I ensure sure it will worth your while. read more
If you like random comedy like Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou you should definitely check Yuyushiki. Both anime are about friends from high school living their daily life, filled with situational humour as well as with puns.
Yuyushiki and Non Non Biyori may not have storyline with engaging plots but they offer slice of life fun with its small cast of characters. These characters are cute girls that enjoys their everyday lives with one another doing various activities.
There is a lot of humor in both series with a lighthearted atmosphere. For Yuyushiki, there are also references along with some cryptic dialogues at occasions. The dialogues in Non Non Non Biyori are adorable in its own rights with child play tones and enthusiasm.
-both are shows about the daily lives of a group of girls
-both are comedy / slice-of-life series
-both don't have an actual plot
-one takes place in the city another on the countryside
-in yuyushiki the school and Yuri themes are more prevalent
-non non biyori is a better series IMO
The similarity of these two series are focus on the three main characters revolving in their daily lives on just normal activities. Not much of a story, but is mostly around the comedy, and funny characters interacting with each other. Finding an easygoing comedy shows, then this will be your answer
Minami-Ke follows the daily lives of the Minami sisters who are in different grades, age, and school. Yuyushiki follows the daily lives of three high school students who joined a club and interact with each other.
Both shows deal with a group girls going through everyday life.
Both feature characters that follow through on their own twisted logic to make everyday occurrences absurd.
Both alternate between low and high energy moments. Though overall Yuyushiki is probably a bit louder.
Both are very lighthearted slice-of-life comedies based around a group of friends.
-Yuyushiki is all girls, GJ-bu has one guy.
-Yuyushiki is "based around" a research club. GJ-bu doesn't have any actual club activities.
-GJ-bu is much smoother while Yuyushiki is more energetic/jumpy.
Cute light slice of life with school girls. A group of girls spending their every day life together, containing one that is always up to no good and always in a silly mood; add a sensible character to that group and you get a funny Anime show^^ They both have that same random humor. So if you liked one you most likely will like the other one.
Both anime do not try to even draw the characters you see in the background, but Pani Poni Dash does not even try to make them characters at all! Sometimes, they are even FRUIT.
Aside from that, both deliver extremely random comedy, but Pani Poni Dash does it in a MUCH zanier and quicker fashion, hence the manga being called "Pani Poni" well the anime is "Pani Poni Dash" which implies that it delivers its comedy on its own pace, which they chose to be undeniably rambunctious and rapid.
Pani Poni Dash also has a much more colorful cast of characters, with several classmates in all of the three classes, alongside the teachers themselves. They all interact with each other in funny ways and the experience is highly memorable. Forget introductions or analyzing the characters, too, as they are all just introduced right off the bat in biography cards that pop up when you see them for the first time up-close. read more
Both are slice of life genre animes with at least 2 idiot girls and 1 smart one. and they bot have students hanging out with their teacher, the difference is azumanga diaoh has actual jokes in it that are funny
Cute girls doing cute things. Yes, both series has a cast of cute girls doing cute things in their daily lives. It is entertaining by the nature of their conversations and dynamics. We get to know the characters each episode such as their hobbies, interests, and personalities. There's great comedy present in both series that will guarantee humor thanks to its clever usage of jokes, motifs, and dialogues. Don't expect a strong story development but instead a focus on all the characters at a level that you will appreciate. If you like series that highlights the daily lives of cute girls packaged into stories of charming glory, then I recommend these two to watch right now. read more
Both series has cute girls in a group that follows more of a slice of life story telling rather than a direct/linear story.
The girls in both series are considered best friends and live their school life at their fullest every day. They have fun through various activities whether it's for entertainment, random, or just something to pass time by.
Not exactly easy to recognize, but this two shows sure are in the same class. They both are the prominent manga from magazine Manga Time Kirara, the first brand name you should look for in shoujo-ai market.
Basic three stereotypes shared by both anime are the normal person, the bright funny one, and the slapstick supporter. These are pretty basic features of a Japanese manga/anime/anything that is comedy centric. You can't miss that.
The other selling point both show share is the amount of raging lesbian.
GA is more subtle and doesn't have girls trying to touch and squeeze and lick each other directly, but subtlety does not equal non-existence. Yes, there are quite a lot of shoujo-ai in there if your imagination is up for it.
Yuyushiki is more visually obvious. There are girls calling each other cute and attempt to do publicly not-so-acceptable stuffs all the time. If you want your girls love to be more graphic than subtle, this is truly the choice. read more
You may be wondering, why a trio-of-school-girls and a group-of-talking-animals-and-a-few-stray-humans? Well, this recommendation is based far less on things like that and mostly on the fact that these shows rely on basic conversation, often comedic, to carry the story. There is no overarching plot in either of these. It's basic everyday life for the characters, and what pulls things along is the power of the main character ensemble. There are silly antics, word-based humor (puns are rampant in Shirokuma Cafe), and dialogue-driven scenes that make you want to snicker and grin and facepalm.
Thought the premise couldn't be more diferent, both series has that power to pop up a smile in your face no matter how bad your day is going.
Also, neither of them strikes you in the very first episode; you need to watch 2 or 3 in order to fall in love with the series
The voice actresses for Chinatsu and Yui in Yuri Yuri do Yuzuko and Yui in Yuyushiki. Even though Yuyushiki has only released a single episode, I can confidently say if you liked Yuru Yuri, you'll like this anime as well.
Both Ai Mai Mi and Yuyushiki feature girls in clubs doing their daily activities with a lot of fun in between. Ai Mai Mi is a lot more random but both follow a similar style. A major difference is that Ai Mai mi is shorter, with only 5 minutes per episode.