Wakaba Girl

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English: Wakaba Girl
Japanese: わかば*ガール


Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 3, 2015 to Sep 25, 2015
Premiered: Summer 2015
Broadcast: Fridays at 23:17 (JST)
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Nexus
Source: 4-koma manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Theme: SchoolSchool
Duration: 7 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.891 (scored by 1652116,521 users)
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Ranked: #41902
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Popularity: #2826
Members: 38,590
Favorites: 60

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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
they are almost the same , but Wakaba * Girl has more cute characters and based on moe,both includes friends ,if you like short duration slice of life cute anime Wakaba * Girl is right for you. 
report Recommended by Sushi_Chibi
Like Lucky Star, Wakaba Girl shows the daily life of school girls with the atmosphere of enlightening to watchers. It gives enjoyment because of its genre Comedy. It shows scenes of how fun to be at school or even after the classes. 
report Recommended by Beezheen
Both have cute girls, and are slice of life. Heart-warming. 
report Recommended by hoshitohana
Think of Wakaba*Girl as the spiritual predecessor to Comic Girls. Comic Girls' director was involved in both projects, the two shows come from the same studio and they have similar structures in terms of genre conventions and story. If you liked one, you'll like the other. Here's a fuller breakdown: https://animeatlas.wordpress.com/2018/05/04/wakabagirl-the-spiritual-predecessor-to-comic-girls/ 
report Recommended by AtlasGrey
There are a group of girls just hanging around, good comedy though. ut yuru yuri also involve a little of girl to girl love while wakaba girl doesn't. 
report Recommended by santi1227
Rich girls make friends for the first time. Moe through first time excitements.  
report Recommended by syncrogazer
They are both Slice of Life and both share the main protagonist as someone that recently moved out plus a really lighthearted story with friendship as the base of it all 
report Recommended by LilyWhiteheart
Transfer. Host Club and Wakaba Girl both follow individuals who move to a school mirroring their current stand on the social ladder. From prestigious to commoner, Wakaba Girl takes a look at how fun it is to be like normal people, and the memories and bonds they can create and share on the way. From commoner to prestigious Host Club shows a life of the elite and how everything isn't as meets the eye with people of elite status, it's also goofy fun. As said, it's fun shows, with one being a TV Short, the other being a full shoujo series. Both are good for everyone.  
report Recommended by NextUniverse
Transfer. This migration between the opposite end of the social ladder, you'd expect for some snobbish nature to arise or plebeian mindset to cloud the atmosphere, but in reality, it's all normal life with some slightly misinformed people. Shimon Sample being this anime that brings forward Kagurazaka's newly found life with the ojou-samas of Seikain Academy, getting up to random harem nonsense. Wakaba Girl follows a group of girls doing generic s.o.l stuff. I suppose I have worded these as if they are something you can just brush off, however, each series does in fact have its selling point in one being cute for the sake  read more 
report Recommended by NextUniverse
These series are about a group of student girls trying to get to know each other and going in some random adventure. They have a pretty colorful art style! 
report Recommended by _Joseph_
-Both anime tell about everyday life of cute school girls and their friendship. -Both anime actually have the same atmosphere and same genre (slice of life, comedy, and school). -Both anime take place in school (always) or other place that actually not too different. 
report Recommended by Ranseurs
Both are cute slice of life moe shows which feature a girl who is different than the others in some ways (A year older and rich)Heart-warming. Featuring airheads.  
report Recommended by YumeMilky
Both are about a group of school girls with different personalities who become close friends. Both mc are a bit shy but they're always encouraged by their friends so that they'll dare to blossom. Both mc are a bit clueless and whimsical. Also Wakaba and Tami both have never stopped anywhere on their way home from shcool and are both from a wealthy and strict family. Their friends want to show them a good time. Sure these shows have a lot of differences too but it gave me the same type of feeling while watching. 
report Recommended by lalabella
Slice of life shows with four high school girls doing "girly stuff" (cute shows about cute girls doing cute things); similar kind of comedy and environment (school, friend's house). The main difference is that Sakura Trick has "shoujo-ai" (girls' love), while Wakaba Girl hasn't. 
report Recommended by Frezlaj
Another short anime about cute girls doing cute slice of life things. Inuko-san and Wakaba-san are both the odd one out in their group of friends. Wakaba is the sheltered rich girl who didn't really experience things, while Inuko-san looks like a dog.  
report Recommended by BridgeX
Both of these slice-of-life anime depict the daily lives of the protagonists while they're trying to achieve something: making friends, in the case of Bocchi, and becoming a gyaru in Wakaba's case. Their and their cute friends' antics will sure make you smile. Cuteness is guaranteed! 
report Recommended by re-call
A new girl meets a group of friends as the show follows the slice of life cute life of the friends.  
report Recommended by YumeMilky
Both are short anime and heart-attack inducingly adorable. Both are from the always amazing CGDCT genre and are good to just kick back and relax... not for too long though, as Wakaba*Girl is only 8 mins per episode and Pan de Peace is even shorter with 3 mins per episode. 
report Recommended by dunkan85
Cute girls in a slice of life setting. The main girl is different from the others, but her friends are cool with it. Both are also relatively short animes. 
report Recommended by BridgeX
Non Non Biyori and Wakaba*Girl are very, very simple slice-of-life shows that are built strongly around humor. There is also an ensemble of female main characters in both shows and they are all good friends with each other. The drawing style is also very similar in that they generate a light, radiant mood for both shows. The main difference, arguably, is the length of each episode, but this is a relatively minor issue in my opinion. 
report Recommended by -Remix-