Nijiiro Days

Rainbow Days

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Synonyms: Nijiiro Days
Japanese: 虹色デイズ
English: Rainbow Days
French: Rainbow Days
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Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 10, 2016 to Jun 26, 2016
Premiered: Winter 2016
Broadcast: Sundays at 22:00 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Production Reed
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Theme: SchoolSchool
Demographic: ShoujoShoujo
Duration: 13 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.291 (scored by 9039090,390 users)
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Ranked: #25452
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Popularity: #931
Members: 210,489
Favorites: 663

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They are both about daily school life of a group of boys. Both are comedy and slice-of-life. 
report Recommended by Vyolona
Both of them have romance story that happen in their friends circle (and somewhat, they're connected each other). If you enjoy comedy in nozaki, then you will find same air in nijiiro (with more simple relationship, i think). 
report Recommended by suhafer
They're both about a small group of friends in high school and their crushes :') The art style is also similar. 
report Recommended by kyuvin
The animation style, the feel when watching these shows was nice, warm and relaxing. Really enjoyable. There were down and comical moments too. 
report Recommended by yoMachiyo
both animes are heartwarming and funny, the main couple in each series are a refreshing boy and a shy girl 
report Recommended by fingerhero
Shoujo from male character perspective. Setting is maybe not exactly the same, but feeling is pretty the same. Both series are really funny. Nijiiro Days is focused on more characters/couples, when Ore Monogatari!! is focused almost only on relationship of main couple.. 
report Recommended by rsc-pl
High school and lots of romatic stuff....lalala, if you're a fan than you know what to do. 
report Recommended by susan00
Both anime focus on a different pairs that come closer over time and their struggle to come clear with their feelings. Both anime also have the same strength that the unusual pairings are the more interesting ones while the more normal ones tend to be a bit on the more basic side. In general you could say if you like one you will probably like the other, because both anime have a very similar feel to it, but Konbini is definitely the weaker one of the two. 
report Recommended by zwolf12
The main two points that both of these shows have in common are that they both involve multiple relationships between characters, and they both show the development between them before they get together. The main two differences is that the focus of Tsurezure Children more so on just the romantic relationship aspect of the characters and not so much their daily lives in general, while the main focus on Nijiro Days is more so centered around the daily lives of the characters where the romantic aspect is more of a sub-genre to the series and not is not as straightforward. I think that if you liked one,  read more 
report Recommended by aphye
Wholesome boys being boys!! If you like one or the other, they're both pretty sweet, surprisingly emotional and funny stories about friendship between a group of pretty diverse boys.  
report Recommended by egggtarte
the refreshing vibe is similar. relationship after Anna realises her feelings for Natsuki reminds me of Futaba's emotions for Kou! 
report Recommended by noidarockstar
both series revolves around a group of boys with distinct character. Each male character represents a specific stereotype. both series are cute, comedy and romantic 
report Recommended by Afternoon
- cute wholesome relationships! - comedy, but also well developed characters - good balance of both female and male characters who have screen time - not a reverse harem and focuses more on four relationships, but also lots of group friendship dynamics and well written romance - hard not to love all the characters! refreshing to watch and enjoy :) 
report Recommended by egggtarte
Good romance, it has a group as the main focus and they are not clichés, but rather short both and contains light comedy as well.  
report Recommended by PedoroSns
although these two anime may seem different right off the bat, its very similar in terms of romance. anna has a friend whos interested in her, and that hinders natsuki's progress in maintaining a relationship with anna. in tamako love story, mochizou likes tamako, but midori, the school president, also likes her to point of attraction, and that also hinders mochizou's progress in confessing to tamako. mochizous crush on tamako is as obvious as natsukis crush on anna. natsuki has a group of friends who'd help him get with anna; mochizou has a group of friends who know his crush on tamako, and theyll be  read more 
report Recommended by freyjawionfanb1
-Both have a similar setting -Romance is the main focus in nijiro days unlike isshukan tomodachi -The male and female MCs have a similar vibe -If you're looking for the romance factor in a similar seting to issukan friends then this anime is for you 
report Recommended by TheHachimann12
Both are kinda short shoujo comedies with romance (not focused on just one couple) and good art. Boys have the most important part in these two animes. 
report Recommended by Pinnipups
Both anime[s] are: •slice of life •comedy •romance •school •shoujo •short and enjoyable 
report Recommended by Ana_Suzuya
Girl seems disinterest or to hate the guy. Guy is cheeky  
report Recommended by LyricsQueen
both are comedy slice of life of normal high school students. Both are free of supernatural stuff and harems. Both have extremely relateable situations unlike other romcoms that are mostly cliches. there are fou male MCs and a bunch of female and male side characters whose personalities are all explored. Only difference is Nijiro days has some serious romance unlike DKnN, but it's still same comedy 
report Recommended by the_kingSLAYER
Both shows *Are romantic comedies with a lot of emphasis on the comedy side *A roughly equal male/female balanced cast *Multiple relationship pairings that get explored throughout the series  
report Recommended by Weedwacker
Both are shojos. Both have number of cute guys. Both have same kind of romance. 
report Recommended by suoyung
Both animes are about a guy falling in love with a girl in school. Both girl MC's have a very similar personality of being quite shy. Both guy MC's are also similar in every way possible. Outgoing, easily shows his expressions and are in love with the shy and quiet girl MC. Only difference is that in Nijiiro Days, there are 4 guy MC's and 4 girl MC's while Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou only has one male and female MC 
report Recommended by PhantomOtaku849
Both shows show several (potential) romantic relationships (with different couples). Both are a must for fans of (light-hearted) romance! 
report Recommended by mrmuk
- both girls seem to be dangerous or a bit aggressive - both girls like someone else at the beginning  
report Recommended by LyricsQueen
umm full of humer and one of the main characters in nijiiro is very similar to the main character in barakamon .... Both are slice of life and the colors and stuff give of a very similar feeling ... barakamon has no romance though so don`t expect romance in that one 
report Recommended by setogirl2
girl falls in love with a guy, who seems to be nice and cute to other 
report Recommended by LyricsQueen