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Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku


Alternative Titles

English: Chronicles of the Going Home Club
Japanese: 帰宅部活動記録

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 5, 2013 to Oct 11, 2013
Premiered: Summer 2013
Broadcast: Fridays at 02:43 (JST)
Licensors: NIS America, Inc.
Studios: Nomad
Source: Manga
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.811 (scored by 12,568 users)
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Ranked: #45502
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Popularity: #2176
Members: 39,012
Favorites: 100

Recommendations

Members of said club just louge around. Doing random things here and there. While getting to know one another in the process.  
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
While each show is quite different, having different settings and different character types, they both give off very similar feelings. The type of jokes and overall pace gives off a similar atmosphere that is different from this genre of slice of life, just a group of girls being cute that has been popular for a while now. If you liked one show, you should definitely check out the other.  
report Recommended by umami_bomb
These are both slice of life featuring girls in a crazy strange high school club that probably shouldn't exist. Humour often revolves around tsukkomi character responding to absurd dialogue. 
report Recommended by sunshine_sakura
The characters are very similar both in appearance and personalities - Outgoing leader (Ritsu and Sakura) - Best friend of the outgoing leader [only ones with drastically different personalities despite similar designs] (Mio and Botan) - Rich girls who are literally clones aside from the tea (Mugi and Claire) - Adorable airhead (Yui and Karin) - "Mature" one who is quick to point out all of the dumb and incorrect things everyone says (Azusa and Natsuki) They are all in clubs (Light Music Club/Going Home Club) in which they usually do absolutely nothing except talk and be moe. K-On is also about music whereas KKK is about breaking the 4th wall. 
report Recommended by Asfaria
They both have segmented partly continues story telly format. And are both ridiculously funny. They also focus on one gender but still don't completely exclude the other. 
report Recommended by bavoshiasb
Similar theme & personalities within each characters. 
report Recommended by Omynous
I always found it difficult to bind K-K-K with another show. Yes, the Cute Girls Doing Cute Things genre is the best way to attempt this. However, I think I want to try another route. Sabagebu has a CGDCT feel, but the cute has been replaced by guns. If you know the drill already, then you probably have noticed the narrative from the show too. With such humor also being present in Kitakubu, it might be a nice show if you just want to sit back and enjoy some gag humor. The characters are all very determinded, so don't expect too much development from both series. If  read more 
report Recommended by rsslayersr
These two are really similar with their short random skits, and relaxed, funny atmosphere. A group of girls (with the exception of Seitokai no Ichizon having one male in the group) with distinct personalities always onto something funny to add to their high school days, thanks to their energetic leader. 
report Recommended by DenpaOnna
Both anime have only female leads. There is no actual plot, instead each episode is separated into short segments of different unrelated stories. Both are slice of life. 
report Recommended by ninja88880
Both are female driven slice of life shows. Basically the whole "cute girls doing cute things" though unlike a lot of the stuff they're churning out at an astonishing rate, these two are actually quite funny shows. 
report Recommended by coldvoid
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
Both are gag anime that rely heavily on the personalities of the characters. Not much happens in either, but they're both extremely funny and feature the same kind of humour, gag after gag. They're also both school anime, so classrooms and school situations are also prominent. 
report Recommended by demision
Both shows don't take themselves very seriously. Zero regard for the 4th wall. Both love making meta comments. Cute girls doing (often) cute things. (Slice of Life w/ female cast) Good comedy in both. 
report Recommended by Reina_Orikasa
Both same Genre : School,Comedy This anime is so funny, even to the anime itself be used as a comedy, whether they run out of material or something, which obviously is highly recommended for fans of comedy 
report Recommended by Meowning-Puu
Both same Genre : School,Comedy This anime is so funny, even to the anime itself be used as a comedy, whether they run out of material or something, which obviously is highly recommended for fans of comedy 
report Recommended by Meowning-Puu
Both shows have cute girls and are pretty funny, they are also split into a few short stories in each episode, which reflects both mangas they are adapted from. 
report Recommended by Phoenix_Trite
Both are basically about a club that has no certain activity, and everyone is weird. 
report Recommended by Zeon013
A group of goofies and one retorter. 
report Recommended by tinydevil421
Similar theme. A club is created just to have fun and get close to one another. 
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
They are not really similar but they are both comedies and the lead characters both have cowlicks that move on their own. Its so cute. That is really the only similarity and I enjoy both of them. 
report Recommended by bavoshiasb
Comedy is best enjoyed in little spurts of punchlines so as to not bore the audience. Each episode should contain mini-episodes that bring home the point in a joke and quickly move on to the next one so as to not linger. I believe Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku and Nichijou nailed this on the head and provided us with great comedies. This element garners both a laugh and a fondness for the characters. And even if some jokes are dry, the characters from both shows win our "aw that's cute" moment we sometimes think of while watching. I recommend this pair just for those reasons.  read more 
report Recommended by jamoe
Both use the same format of splitting the episode into 3 different stories.  
report Recommended by komic
The main theme for both series involves parody like skits.  
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
Each features girls with fairly unusual personalities, both are slice of life, and neither have really that much of a plot. 
report Recommended by YoshinoVA
Both are about a group of girls in a club who do nothing except talk about all kinds of random stuff. Personally, I dislike both of these two anime, but if you liked one of them, you might like the other as well. 
report Recommended by Khalan
Both are manzai-focused comedies set in a slightly surreal high school environment, and both contain an impossibly strong and combat-capable assassin/martial art expert. Kitakubu is a bit more varied and has a larger cast, while Kill Me Baby has more slapstick. 
report Recommended by myrrhman
The cast is mainly based on a group of girls school lives, during their time at school they each group of girls from both animes have some wild experiences. If you loved Plastic Nee-San then I strongly recommend watching Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku 
report Recommended by OLTDelete
Cute girls and fun manzai comedy. 
report Recommended by shigeru212