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English: Glasslip
Japanese: グラスリップ


Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 3, 2014 to Sep 25, 2014
Premiered: Summer 2014
Broadcast: Thursdays at 22:30 (JST)
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: P.A. Works
Source: Original
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 5.531 (scored by 54,504 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #83362
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #756
Members: 115,825
Favorites: 190


Gorgeous settings in sea side towns, unique aspects not seen in other anime, and realistic character interactions among a group of kids who have grown up together. 
report Recommended by jealousghost
Same studio and similar animation, both plots deal with the protagonist and her dream of achieving a certain goal (In Tari Tari the main girl wants to sing while in Glasslip the main girl wants to be a glassmaker). Also there is a transfer male student who joins the group of childhood friends. Both deliver slice-of-life vibes with a touch of romance.  
report Recommended by Orulyon
Kokoro Connect & Glasslip both involves the process of friendships being destroyed and repaired again. Having similar genres, these two may seem different but in the end, it's mainly about how the friends went through a lot and came back together.  
report Recommended by Aleron
With a similar animation, both deals with issues of the friendships and romances of high school kids, and a main female character that likes chickens. Same director too, but with very different execution in terms of story--for better or for worse. That might also explain the explicit display of chickens, bordering on obsession.  
report Recommended by 4kicks
Ano Hana & Glasslip have very similar features including art, genres, and location. Although Ano Hana is the repairing of characters' friendships while Glasslip is involved in causing drama between friends, both stories gives a very similar feel involving friendship. 
report Recommended by Aleron
It's pretty similar to each other (especially the art) but there are some differences: -Protagonist is a girl, surrounded by a light blue-haired loli, three other girls, and one boy, while in Glasslip, the protagonist is also a girl but with three guys and two other girls. -There is more romance in Glasslip than in Sora no Method. -Glasslip is more supernatural, while Sora no Method is more sci-fi (maybe it's because of the saucer) -Both are cringeworthy, love-to-hate dramatic anime, but Glasslip is even worse when it comes to the plot. 
report Recommended by Markdoka
A group of friends spending their time together during the summer. Then a stranger comes around and everything change ...  
report Recommended by neomamdaxx
Both are romance themed slice of life anime with chickens, who outshine the rest of the cast. 
report Recommended by Vetras
The female main of these two stories share a similar personality as well as the art of the story. Both stories include romance and the evolution of the main character's friendship with the people they met. Hansaku Iroha & Glasslip may seem different at first but they both give a very similar feeling. 
report Recommended by Aleron
These are two anime that are both more about the environment and general feel of the anime than they are about the characters or story. Glasslip decides to focus more on the slice of life style and perfectly shows how an anime can exist with pure slice of life and no comedy or anything else. Akira is more action oriented and, like Glasslip, goes the full length to eliminate the need for other genres and only has action. If you're looking for an anime where you don't have to be bothered by events taking place but would rather just sit back and watch then both  read more 
report Recommended by zombie_pegasus
Both have an abnormal story setting. Also the characters have very similar properties. However there are some differences such as the genre types of supernatural for Glasslip and super power for Charlotte, or the character development such as for Charlotte they use singular character development and for Glasslip they use multi character development. But, overall there are many more similarities than differences. If you liked Charlotte you'll probably like Glasslip if your into the whole supernatural genre. 
report Recommended by Riviall-Black
A new transfer student comes into town. There is romance.  
report Recommended by Alex_Bradley
Both of the anime have beautiful art both of them have MCs who have deep connection Both the anime have MC who uses a ball or glass with mysterious powers.  
report Recommended by HanaYuukiChan
every characters have a same figure. like, Chitanda and Touko they are a plain and really curious.so, Houtarou and Kakeru they are a enjoy man and broad minded. They Opening song same as performed by ChouChou. 
report Recommended by Akmlddn_hd
i think nanami and toukou really similar, the different is just nanami is a deity but touko is a daughter of glass artisant. and both from pony canyon. 
report Recommended by novian14
In Fruits basket and Glasslip the Main girls (Touko&Torhu) always have a smile on their face and bring everyone together, they both have 2 bestfriends that are like sisters to them, also both Girls have 2 (guy) friends that hate each other and one of them likes her.(If you thought Yuki does read the Manga or the reviews.) In both animes supernatural things happen but focus more on comedy and then work on romance in the end.  
report Recommended by Otakuaku_Chan
The stories are quite different, but both have some kind of precognition (premonition or remote viewing). 
report Recommended by Frezlaj
Character relations and the atmosphere. Colour and artwork. Drama, slice of life. Glasslip reminded me of Sakamichi. Sakamichi has an older setting though, and it revolves around Jazz and that era. Glasslip is modern and into glass making. But both are about friends, relationships and have some complexity of characters... If you caught one, catch the other. 
report Recommended by Kundalini
Both are, essentially, meditations on a very specific moment (or, well, series of moments) rather than plot-driven stories. They’re more poetry, in that sense, than narrative, focusing on the emotional truths of a given scenario (how quickly does change happen? how does distance affect love?) more than the actions of that scenario—though they both relay those emotions almost exclusively by the actions of the characters rather than with lots of heavy monologuing.  
report Recommended by FedeBankai
Cringeworthy romance anime with tons of forced drama that are overwhelming the comedy and the actual plot. The difference is that Glasslip has a high school girl protagonist while in Golden Time the protagonist is a university student. Both have supernatural occurrences as well. 
report Recommended by Markdoka
Both anime essentially manage to create a dark, neverending vortex in your soul. This abyss will suck out any emotion you have ever felt. It will leave you tired, empty, and with an overwhelming feeling of endless despair; like you will never see the light of day again. This is a recommendation for people who pursue true nihilism in animation, akin to the movie classic The 120 Days of Sodom. 
report Recommended by Nidhoeggr