Kiniro Mosaic


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Alternative Titles

English: KINMOZA!
Synonyms: Kinmosa, Golden Mosaic
Japanese: きんいろモザイク


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 6, 2013 to Sep 21, 2013
Premiered: Summer 2013
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Media Factory, Showgate
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Studio Gokumi
Source: 4-koma manga
Genres: Slice of LifeSlice of Life, ComedyComedy, SchoolSchool, SeinenSeinen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.271 (scored by 5562255,622 users)
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Ranked: #25192
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Popularity: #947
Members: 152,032
Favorites: 883


- Both are cute little slice of life anime. - Both revolve around a MC who transfers to a new school in a different place. - Both have shoujo ai undertones but nothing too big, just fanservice. - Both have an Ayaya- I mean, similar looking characters - The girls' personalities are similar yet different. A treat esp. for the slice of life fans or "cute girls doing cute things' lovers. 
report Recommended by TragicRomance
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. 
report Recommended by Stark700
You are going to find both of them very similar, this include the arts and the mood in this show. The comedy is always present and also airheads. It's also to note that everything is based on girlish talks, so you may be considering whether to pick any of them if you feel offended from these kind of talks. 
report Recommended by lightningfalcon
A girl goes to another country. She learns their way of life, language and culture. There are characters who are interest about other countries lifestyles too.  
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
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! 
report Recommended by Fishcaek-Chan
Like cute girls doing cute things? Look no further! A-Channel and Kiniro Mosaic are anime series you'll definitely find some similarities in with their themes involving cute girls at a school life environment. Rather than presenting a complex life story, they involve simple tales of these girls' every day life at school and what they do to have fun. Both series continues various dialogues that are humorous along with its character interactions. 
report Recommended by Stark700
It's both slice of life and they have the same kind of feeling to it. It has some cute elements in it, and both have a blonde foreign main girl. I bet that if you liked one, you'll like the other as well.  
report Recommended by xMichi
-moe -with some cute boys this time *wink wink* -everything is cute af -funny -about friendship -Shinobu and Maika are both obsessed with Europe <mostly> and blonde hair 
report Recommended by thatPinkSpider
Main Character are girls Both Slice of Life Both has a a pinch of comedy in them 
report Recommended by Nyaroha
Each anime has young cute girls, doing cute things. They both have a foreigner from England, and the other characters are interested by her foreign-ness. Kiniro Masaic has more of a schooling setting than Ichigo Mashimaro. 
report Recommended by CoffeeBean
Want a piece of mind? Girls chatting with go-lucky free environment? Here you go. Kiniro Mosaic or Non Non Biyori can easily put off all the accumulated stress with their lukewarm happy mood. If you're into comedy and peace of mind? Here you go! 
report Recommended by lightningfalcon
In both shows, all the girls are very close to each other, to the extent that them being lesbians is pretty much guaranteed (though in KM, it's just strongly implied that they are and never actually confirmed, while in ST, we have at least one genuine lesbian couple). Also, Yuu strikes a close resemblance to Alice, with her blond hair, twintails and high-pitched voice. 
report Recommended by Firelord76
Both of these adorable cute girls doing cute things slice of life moe anime have a similar smoothing feel. The characters are also similar so if you like one you will like the other! Sophie and Alice are both the cute characters who aren't Japanese who stand out. Akari and Shinobu are both the short haired 'ordinary' high school student and deeply loves dolls. There are also alot of similarities so you can deferently enjoy both of these if you like cute slice of life shows about a cute girl and a girl loving dolls (Which the cute girl looks like) having fun living together  read more 
report Recommended by YumeMilky
I think they are really similar • they have similar feel • similar humor (made me laugh in both) • good art - girls drawn good and cute though I have to admit, Kiniro Mosaic is a bit more cute • both really good slice of lifes • I know this has nothing to do with the anime but the openings are super similar Idk I just felt they have a similar feel and all even though Kanamemo is listed as yuri and it is but still, I find those scenes some cute and some funny. They are just similar so you should try both of them.  
report Recommended by JokerPerson
Both are diabetes-inducingly cute shows with cute girls doing cute things. Both shows feature an almost entirely female cast and have a blonde European exchange student who is interested in Japanese culture. 
report Recommended by Bajar
In both series, there is a lighthearted tone with cute girls doing cutesy things. These usually occur at school and the girls seems to enjoy the time of their lives. The characters' cast are made majority of girls so expect moe and fun. As for the characters goes, each of them get her own spotlight with their diverse personalities. Gj-bu does have the addition of a male character but both series maintains their humor quite well.  
report Recommended by Stark700
If you are into moe, basically cute girls doing cute things, you will love kinmosa if you liked Slow Start! Though the plot is different, you can still expect to get your light jokes and cute girls :p  
report Recommended by nakanoben
Both anime is a slice of life series with focus on friendship tacked with some cute comedy and humour. The designs for character and background are also colourful and have somewhat "fluffy" feeling. The only difference is Acchi Kocchi has a male character on their group, while Kinmoza have only girl character group. If you like anime that mostly focused on cute and relaxing moments, both anime series will not disappoint you. 
report Recommended by Metazz
Both are relaxing slice of life moe shows that follows a group of high school students. The story starts when the main character (Alice and Hana) transfers into the class and becomes friends with the rest of the characters. The show follows their everyday life as they spend time together doing a variety of things such as going to the beach. Karen and Tamate are the outgoing and energetic girls who easily becomes friends with everyone. Eiko and Aya are the level headed girls. Kanmuri and Alice are the token cute characters who will melt your heart. If you like slice of life moe shows  read more 
report Recommended by YumeMilky
Both shows have a "cute" theme following a group of cute girls. Both have characters with an unique interest (Shinobu with blonde hair and Kuina with eating books) The show follows cute girls doing cute things while living together (Alice and Shinobu) 
report Recommended by YumeMilky
Cute school girls doing random cute and funny things. Blah blah blah same formula, although Kiniro Mosaic is arguably less comedic. 
report Recommended by feiri1221
If you're fan of Karen's antics like a *few* people I've seen, Nisekoi has her VA, Nao Touyama, perform a similar role in an almost identical voice, as well as a few new takes throughout the series. Cutesy Karen, Tsundere Karen, Sassy Karen, English-speaking Karen - all showcased in Chitoge, who is a main character, meaning more opportunities for her to shine. While not having exactly the same kind of humour as Kiniro Mosaic overall, Nisekoi's humour definitely has its moments. There are also little chibi segments of her in Nisekoi that wouldn't look too out of place in Kiniro Mosaic. Sometimes it feels like the  read more 
report Recommended by Avelynn
Both Kiniro Mosaic and New Game are based of a Slice Of Life/Comedy genre. The girls in both series are cute, they are hilarious, the many faces are full of personalities, and the characters in both shows have big ol' bug eyes. Although the story in New Game is different, it is sure to give you some vibes from Kiniro Mosaic. 
report Recommended by G3usts
Yuru Camp is basically Kiniro Mosaic but: - English Speakers - Blonde obsession - England reference = cute girls doing cute stuff = 5 Moe Girls = All girls chill slice of life + Campfire + Wonderful visuals + school club 
report Recommended by Yubikiri-desu
They Both Have Similar Settings They Both Have 5 Main Characters They Both Have Girls Doing Cute Things And They Both Have A School Setting. If You Like Kiniro Mosaic , Then I Would Recommend You To Watch Anne Happy. 
report Recommended by Madison_Brown
Simple story, warm vibes, and lots of humor - that's all you need and fortunately both shows deliver. 
report Recommended by -Remix-
Both shows have an entirely female cast and take place mostly at school. Kitakubu is about girls in the Going Home Club, which like many other school club anime means that they just do random entertaining things. The reason I first connected these two shows in my head is that Shino in Kiniro Mosaic says in one episode that she and Alice are in the Going Home Club, though they are not in fact in any clubs. Kitakubu is more of a gag anime, so the humor is fast paced and often outrageous but quite funny a lot of the time. Kiniro Mosaic is more  read more 
report Recommended by ccorn
The simple way life is portrayed are animated in both Tari Tari and Kiniro Mosaic. Both series adapts a slice-of-life format that depicts the every day lives of our main protagonists. They take place in a school life setting where there is drama, comedy, and fun. In Tari Tari though, there's a more serious sense of atmosphere in regarding music and sports. However, both series has a fun mood to them that is realistic. Both series also has a small cast of characters whom each makes their own spotlights. 
report Recommended by Stark700
Both are cheerful, lighthearted comedy/slice of life series focused on daily experiences of a group of young girls and their friendship. If you liked Hidamari Sketch, Kiniro Mosaic will definitely put a smile on your face 
report Recommended by J_418
Both of these shows are comedies that contrast and poke out differences in different cultures. Kiniro Mosaic only does this for England and Japan while Hetalia does it for all countries though.  
report Recommended by Fujaku
same/similar moe girls, so cute.. Aoi remember me Alice Cartelet 
report Recommended by elnen
Needs something to relax for a while? The slice of life comedy focuses on the daily lives of the girls activities who are doing at school or outside of school. Not much of a story, but you will have some cute moments in here, especially their Chibi appearance, by the end of the show. Kiniro Mosaic, takes place in the present day and it is comedy show with bright personality. Manabi Straight is somewhat has a story, which there are some drama, and takes place in the near future. 
report Recommended by omega_d94
Chronicles of the personal growth, fun, and occasional trouble that five friends encounter. Senran Kagura has ecchi, more action and a few perilous situations but both shows have heart-warming friendships and likeable characters. Additionally, both shows have marvelous character designs and impressive voice acting. 
report Recommended by shigeru212
There's a similar vibe going on in both series. For one thing, most of the cast are cute girls who spent their time around the neighborhood, at school, and with one and another. They are friends and are enjoying their lives. Also, there's a slice of life feeling to the series that focuses on life and its progressive movements. Then, there's the lighthearted mood with the light toned comedy that brings a pleasant feeling for viewers. The girls from both series are also gentle and kind to others. 
report Recommended by Stark700
Both are slice-of-life shows about a group of high school girls. Kiniro Mosaic is about Japanese and British girls hanging out, and Locodol is about local idols who promote their community. Kiniro Mosaic has more comedy, though Locodol is also humorous at times. Both shows provide a laid back and warm feeling. There are some yuri undertones in both as well, though they are more prominent in Kiniro Mosaic. Both shows will have you smiling while you watch. 
report Recommended by ccorn