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Nourin


Alternative Titles

English: No-Rin
Synonyms: Agriculture and Forestry
Japanese: のうりん

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 11, 2014 to Mar 29, 2014
Premiered: Winter 2014
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Frontier Works
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Silver Link.
Source: Light novel
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.911 (scored by 51,574 users)
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Ranked: #41472
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #901
Members: 121,336
Favorites: 188

Recommendations

Very similar feel and humour. Aki from BakaTest and Kousaku from Nourin are spitting images of each other in personality! Nourin is smuttier though ... 
report Recommended by Allografter
Both are very similar involving a quiet girl who gets transferred to a new school and hence, has to share the dorms with (most of) our main team. Comedy-style is very similar and so is the '5-members-in-main-cast-with-one-developing-side-pairing-and-one-juicy-triangle' formula. If you liked Sakurasou, high chances are that you will like Nourin. 
report Recommended by TragicRomance
Both anime share the same genre and story revolving around agriculture, the protagonists have suffered thru some trauma that has left it's scars, but are still diligently working and growing. The plot is similar in that main characters in both anime come from the city and have a fun yet annoying time fitting in. 
report Recommended by zieek
Both anime have a town girl who moves to the countryside and tries to adapt. If you really enjoy these kinds of anime, I think that you would enjoy it!! :D 
report Recommended by DeuceHunter
Similarities: - Their jokes are almost the same - Both Main Male Character are the same ( looks, Attitude & their jokes ) - Both Comedy & School Genre'd anime - Story almost similar but Nourin is a little serious. - Makes you want to watch more  
report Recommended by Nyaroha
Both are a bit perverted comedies from highschool enviroment with a lot of references to other animes. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
Both shows have similar setting of rural Japan and the same genre — comedy. Dagashi Kashi focuses on absurd jokes while Nourin`s jokes are the pure perversion. However if you like anime comedies you should like both shows. 
report Recommended by Unagi-san
Both are pretty funny rave comedies, both are really low-rated because of extreme degree of things that make no sence. 
report Recommended by Vizvezdenec
If amaama to inazama is very relaxing and cute to watch, you should try nourine. Nourine is very hilarious and funny. the similarities on these two anime is, their everyday foods are include in the story line. :D 
report Recommended by Luuji222
In "Ben-to" main characters fight to get the food, in "Nourin" they do farming to produce the food :D so open your viewing devices and watch it now :D enjoy! 
report Recommended by Luuji222
I kinda feel some similarities while watching both shows, - They both have this random kind of thing while still "kind of" maintaining the story. - They both have the Male Protagonist as the "Normal Guy" (For Nourin he's a bit idiotic and deep) - They both have somewhat a sweet little Romance even tho it's mainly Comedy - I think that they have the same kind of feeling while you watch them 
report Recommended by Malventrix
Both are comedies about farming. Both have farmer girls and both have rural enviroment. While Nourin is tv series, Nougyou Musume is short special. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
The fast paced gags and jokes coupled with the absurdity of the characters show the similar styles of comedy that Nourin and Binbougami ga! share. The shows enjoy making constant references and parodies to other popular anime such as Death Note, adding to its absurd style of comedy. Though comedy centric they're also able to show a more serious side to their characters and themes, displaying the show's ability to provide hilarity as well as moral questions and lessons. 
report Recommended by Kylax-
Both are hillarious, incredibly over the Top comedies that feature a large variety of jokes, that often enough are almost nonsensical! If you enjoyed the humor of Nourin you will most likely also (at least partially) enjoy the humor Denkigai! 
report Recommended by korison
While both are about agriculture, they share the trait that one of the main characters is a runaway from urban society. Through this you are able to experience their journey through a rough new world along with fantastic comedy. 
report Recommended by Zarkraz
Similar MC who definitely loves panties, and both have similar jokes and humour. 
report Recommended by SuMm
These two shows can be summed up in three words: agriculture, school, comedy. However, while Nourin adds a romance genre, Moyashimon adds a supernatural genre to it's. Both are light-hearted and funny.  
report Recommended by 4kicks
Anime dealing with love triangle between his childhood friend and a transfer student. In Nisekoi, Raku Ichijo must search for the one who holds the key to his heart. Problems occurs when a civil war between mafia groups ensues. The next hair to both families must be a couple to stop this war. But their relationship is fake. This complicates MC childhood friend who has feelings for him too. In Nourin: former idol singer transfers to a farm school and lives a normal school life. Falls in love with the MC which makes childhood friend jealous. Both series has a megane best friend.  read more 
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
Both shows are Harem and more or less Slice of Life, although one is dealing with the life of some students of an agriculture school and the other one is about a mangaka. Both shows include perverted jokes which makes them unbareable to watch for non-ecchi fans. 
report Recommended by KuroyukiH
Both shows have a stoic female lead who used to have a job or responsibility that was a lot of work. 
report Recommended by shigeru212
Both shows utilize slapstick humor and occasionally use alternative directing styles to make mundane things awesome, like a conversation about panties (Nourin) or a Jenga battle over the last cup of pudding (Korezom).  
report Recommended by shigeru212
I don't know because what no one don't made this recomendation,but ok. At all,both have a "touch" of ecchi in the plot,but this touch is under control and is more said than did it... Both have too aged pervert teachers that are a such...  
report Recommended by Montinihabato13