Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka?


Is the Order a Rabbit?

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Alternative Titles

English: Is the Order a Rabbit?
Synonyms: GochiUsa
Japanese: ご注文はうさぎですか?

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 10, 2014 to Jun 26, 2014
Premiered: Spring 2014
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: White Fox
Source: 4-koma manga
Genres: Slice of LifeSlice of Life, ComedyComedy
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.531 (scored by 6572165,721 users)
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Ranked: #15042
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Popularity: #772
Members: 174,569
Favorites: 1,855

Recommendations

- 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
Both about cute girls working in a cafe 
report Recommended by kageyamatobeeo
Both features slice of life comedy with a group of girls. Both guaranteed to bring a laugh with their silly antics. Their group dynamics and personalities are different from each other, but it still gives a similar feel. k-on is in a music club setting, and gwudk is in a cafe setting.They don't get too in-depth into music/coffee-making, but there's still a bit of reference. If you love one of them, you would definitely like the other. 
report Recommended by Saiyukire
They might not have a complex story but both of these shows has their own charms when it comes to characters. This is especially evident when the cast is made up of cute girls doing cute things on a daily basisi. The mood is mostly lighthearted for both series so don't expect anything deep or complex. Rather, expect humor and character relationships that is innocent and memorable. I recommend both series if you're looking for something to relax for the day and enjoy a simple, yet alluring show with classic slice of life ideas. 
report Recommended by Stark700
Sharo - Chinatsu Rize - Yui Kokoa - kyouko Chiya - Akari Both about a group of friends. Both moe Both have shoujo ai. In Gochuumon wa usagi desu ka? Just a little shoujo ai. Both about kawaii girls  
report Recommended by shirley1994
Both shows start with the cute, pink, lovable protagonist (Kokoa and Hinako) who move to a new town that is the opposite of where they grow up. They both stay somewhere that has a coffee shop and has a rule that the residents have to work there (Hitotose Manor and The rabbit house) where the main character becomes friends with four girls, each with color themes. Theres: Kuina and Chino. Sharo and Chiaki. Mayuki and Chiya. Rize and Yua. Kokoa and Hinako. Both shows are cute, slice of life shows that if you like one, you will like the other.  
report Recommended by YumeMilky
Slice of life Cute girls Characters work in a cafe/tea house Characters are rather similar 
report Recommended by oryouohagi
Acchi Kocchi and Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka are slice of life shows that portrays a small yet colorful and character cast. There is no complex plot but instead formulated by a simple story about a group of friends who do activities together. The characters offer a diverse range of personalities with their own gimmicks as well. On top of that, there are animal motifs and symbolism to create a more creative atmosphere. I recommend both series for anyone interested in a show with a charming slice of life favor. 
report Recommended by Stark700
- Cute, likeable characters, most of which are pretty clumsy and odd. - Both have a rabbit mascot character. - The characters are smiliar: Anne is Cocoa, Hibari is Rize, Botan is a slightly pessimistic version of Chiya, Hibiki is Sharo and Ren is Chino, althought the last pair are by far the least similar. - Smiliar art style. - Similar mood: happy, silly and relaxing. 
report Recommended by TaliaMatsuo
Ever wondered what the word 'moe' means? Gochuumon wa Usagi desuka? and Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san are both among the most moe anime out there. Neither anime is very funny (they both have some comedy though) but the anime make up for it with their atmosphere and cuteness. The characters are very similar; especially Sophie and Chino. They are the shy and quiet type, but certainly not the boring type; actually both are very cute and beautiful. Main difference of course is that Sophie is a vampire and Chino a human. 
report Recommended by Khalan
A new girl in a peaceful town making interesting friends in a café. While both have a easy-going slice of life feel to them, Tamayura is slightly more mature and calming than the moe and energetic GochiUsa. 
report Recommended by Verdale
-cute girls doing cute things -yuri shall conquer the earth hints 
report Recommended by purplebae
Cute girls in a coffee shop setting. Better version of Nekopara since the girls' personalities are a bit more distinct and bubbly. Great OP/ED too 
report Recommended by blindfremen
Both are comedies full of cute girls doing cute things. While in Futsuu no Joshikousei ga [Locodol] Yatte Mita they are local idols, in Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka they are working in a cafe. Both have similar, cute-styled animation. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
Both in a work place. Every character has their own personality and the show's main comedy comes from either slapstick comedy or how each character misunderstands something 
report Recommended by somedayasunbae
Both have cute girls, and are slice of life. Heart-warming. 
report Recommended by hoshitohana
Both shows have cute girls that are in a working environment which mostly focuses on the character interactions and moe part rather than the work itself. The shows are really similar but just with a different work environment. 
report Recommended by DodeDagon
cute girls, light-hearted humour and occasional touching moments  
report Recommended by blegh
- Both shows are insanely relaxing - Both shows "focus" on culinary arts (More so in Koufuku but oh well) - Both are cute to an extreme (More so with Gochi-Usa) - Both shows will keep a smile on your face at nearly all times - Both shows feature ending themes performed by the seiyuus of the main characters - Both shows made me cry tears of joy 
report Recommended by MsMasada
Cute girls doing cute things. Is there any more to say? Embarrassing Marks are not allowed! 
report Recommended by Rizako
Both feature cute girls doing cute things, and are very soothing to watch. If loveable cliched characters and adorable shenanigans are your type of thing, sit back and enjoy. They'll both surely put a smile on your face. 
report Recommended by hashigamon
Both are cute shows in which the main characters (all girls) start as rivals but become friends. The girls often work together at their jobs, and the characters' fathers are also important to the shows. They both have comedy, although GochiUsa has much more. Instead Puchi Puri Yuushi has romance and a plot. 
report Recommended by ccorn
Both anime are cute, fluffy, and provide some kind of healing. 
report Recommended by cFreeze
While not being from the cute-girls-doing-cute-things genre as GochiUsa, Shirokuma Cafe has a similar relaxing atmosphere with comedy here and there. They also both have something to do with cafes and fluffy animals. 
report Recommended by Fresh_Mint
❥Both are comedy anime without history ❥In both anime, all the characters are in every episode. ❥Both haves cute girls (even if Nekogami Yaoyoruzu has a male character... n.n; But most of them are girls.) ❥In both anime, there is a loli. ❥In both anime, there is someone who loves other character (In Gochuumon, Sharo & Rize. In Nekogami, Meiko, Sasana & Mayu). 
report Recommended by sho_kurai
Basically, both series has two main similar things, cute girls doing cute things. So if you liked this anime, I would recommend that you watch Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? which is similar because it is also light hearted. 
report Recommended by EmperorAlfred
Travelling protagonist, away from the comfortable confines of their homes, thrust into an unfamiliar situation in order to achieve an important goal. Protagonists are incredibly sociable, befriending all characters they come into contact with. Protagonists idolise an older person, but when presented the opportunity, are deathly afraid to actually interact with this idol. Even with the large gap in time of production, you can still find similarities, especially in the art style, such as their large eyes, a physical manifestation of their intelligence and later, their perseverance. Neither of these anime are life-changing experiences. Follow all conventions and stereotypes of their respective genre. Both utilise a very diverse voice cast, producing  read more 
report Recommended by Kendesuuu
These anime are the same in many ways: - They each have a main cast of cute female students. - Both are about the relationship growth between the girls. - Both are very wholesome and show the the girls going on mini-adventures together. - Both MCs are very energetic and kind. Also, the person the MC cares about the most is somewhat shy and self-conscious about their communication skills. - The girls of each anime are connected through one particular area of interest: * Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? through their interest of coffee/tea * Koisuru Asteroid through their interest of astronomy/geology 
report Recommended by The_Cup_of_Joe
Both have great artwork and cute girls. Both are Slice of life genre  
report Recommended by Zhangfu
Both shows are light-hearted at first sight, but later they have a lot of darker moments. The protagonist of both shows have a goal, and they strive a lot to achieve it. In both shows, there are not much protagonism. All the characters of both shows have a great development as the story goes on. Both shows have a great world and a great atmosphere. And at last, both shows have a deep and complicated story. 
report Recommended by lrhdh
Both shows are cute with moe looking characters. Moeta and Kokoa as the cute, cuddly main character with a pink theme. Koyume and Sharo, the blonde haired girls, who are energetic. Ruki and Rize with a purple color theme who both look like they have a graceful personality however both get easily embarrassed and loves cute things. Tsubasa and Chiya who have a cool personality.  
report Recommended by YumeMilky
both of these anime revolve around the children in different shops in a town. they are both comedy/slice of life. it shows how they live their life (slice of life). both can get funny at some stage. i guess tippy can represent dera and vice versa. 
report Recommended by 14clock3
Both are slice-of-life comedies about a group of moe girls working in a cafe (or a dessert house). Supernatural element is contained in both series, but it is not such an important component in Gochuumon as that in Soredemo. Gochuumon offers a service for yuri lovers as there are no young boys in the main character list. Gochuumon has a romantic storyline between boys and girls but you can also imagine Shoujo Ai of Futaba×Hotori. 
report Recommended by lee960707
Both are comedic slice of life shows with mostly female characters. They both also have one character with a younger sister obsession, which is often entertaining, and there are some supernatural elements in both. Gochuumon does not really have any romance, aside from some yuri undertones. Romance is a feature of Mikakunin, though it is not as prevalent as you might expect given the name of the show. Both are very enjoyable and really quite funny. 
report Recommended by ccorn
These two shows are similar in their adorable-ness, to be frank. Both are colourful and fun to watch, and hold a sort of brainless entertainment that is quite often very valuable. Both shows are completely episodic as well, so you can pretty much jump into them from anywhere (with the possible exception of some handy exposition in the first episodes). The main difference is that Barakamon focuses prominently on Handa, whereas Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka focuses on a variety of characters for each episode. 
report Recommended by Kaboom_07734
Both focuses on a group of girls and their daily lifes. They're enjoyable to watch as well cute! A-channel revolves around a group of high school girls, while Gochuumon focuses on a group that works at a café If you enjoy one you'll likely enjoy the other! 
report Recommended by Duckii
both of them are about cute girls doing cute stuff in an idyllic small town, and both main characters work in a cafe 
report Recommended by romagia
Both animes are about a group of girls doing something they love - while in Girls und Panzer is about tankery, Gochuumon is about cafes and rabbits. Both have their moments of comedy (although I think there is more in Gochuumon, due to Panzer having more of a focus on the competitive nature of tankery), and are entertaining in similar ways. All in all I think if you like one, you will like the other, since they both give off the same feel. 
report Recommended by despairdaze
-Both anime are about a group of people who become friends through working in a café. -Both series are light hearted. 
report Recommended by morimi
Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu Ka and Lucky star has the same feel/vib. I thought of Lucky star when I watch Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu Ka.  
report Recommended by CupcakesBear
Two shows about cute girls doing cute things. But it's more than that as the main female character befriends other girls at a new place where she never thought she's become apart of. There is many charming scenes throughout both series and connections that are built. Appreciation can be accepted with the interactions, dialogues, and genuine ideas of both series.  
report Recommended by Stark700
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  read more 
report Recommended by Stark700
If you like GochiUsa with moe appearance, and chibi characters, then you might like Manabi Straight that has the same vibe into. Although the setting and content is different like Manabi Straight is set in the future with technology while GochiUsa focuses on a cafe set somewhat in the present. The show basically have this calm atmosphere, and having those "Aw" moments on what the character is doing. Expect some cute moments, and funny scenes. 
report Recommended by omega_d94
Ikoku Meiro no Croisee and Gochuumon wa Usagi are incredibly similar. Both are about a young girl coming to live with strangers in a shop within a French-themed society. They have fun and build friendships as they explore this new environment, while also learning about the trade that the shop specializes in. Both also show(in varying degrees) the many differences between traditional Western and Japanese culture. They are very sleepy and happy slice of lifes that are not centralized around school as most other young girl slice of lifes are. In Ikoku Meiro no Croisee, the main character is a young Japanese girl in the 1800's  read more 
report Recommended by basedforever42
Both of these titles are related to the afterlife and reincarnation but in ways that aren't told to the viewer until later on. Although these anime may seem fairly standard for the genres they fall into, the maids, income disparity, and most importantly the blue haired kuudere played by Minase Inori can make these enjoyable in ways you might not have expected from the cover. If you enjoyed one of these anime from studio White Fox with colourful casts who are related to animals in various ways than you might like the other. 
report Recommended by zombie_pegasus
both are cute girls working together, with kanamemo working in a newspaper carrier shop while usagi desu ka working in a cafe 
report Recommended by rune_tiger
Both anime provide an joyful experience packed with scenes of ultra-cuteness. Both anime focus on Lolita based humor. Both anime made me smile 100% of the way through. Both anime have great openings that will stay in your head for days. Both anime are based on an entirely female set of characters. Both anime are short, but well paced.  
report Recommended by Pokeknight
Slice of Life-Moe shows that have cute girls doing cute things, with character prototypes that are somewhat similar to each other. Both shows have also slight resemblance through the light fanservice and semi-shoujo ai atmosphere.  
report Recommended by BaptizED
Both are comedies about cute girls doing cute things, friendship etc. While Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu Ka is slice of life, Soul Eater NOT is more action. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
If you are a lover of series about little Lolis, this will undoubtedly be a series that you will find fun, exciting, sweet, where the limit of beautiful little things never stops! Only here you will see how the Lolis administer different types of Coffee, well, only some of them can be called Lolis in this series! and that is the Chimame-Tai squad! hehehe, although of course, you have your teenager as Cocoa-san with her sister complex for her beloved Loli xD 
report Recommended by Ironwarrer
First of all both are CGDCT anime with really cute animation and really cute VA. Both have same characters personality and relationship. Lion-chan from Hina Logi is so similar to Cocoa-chan from Gochiusa, while Nana-chan from Hina Logi s so similar to Chino-chan from Gochiusa. If you love Gochiusa, I swear you will love Hina Logi,and vice versa. 
report Recommended by lswarmruler