These two are slice-of-life shows that center around a day-in-the-life of a group of high school boys. Both shows focuses on the interaction between the boys in the group and on the romances that each of them are involved with. All of the characters of both shows fall under a character trope but they are still fun to watch.
1. Both of them about high school life
2. Both of the are high school boys with their daily live and their love story
3. Both of them are funny
4. Both of them are featured by hot, funny, clumsy, and cool guy.
Watch it and love it. They are good show.
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).
The Slapstick Comedy of these shows are pretty similar, both shows focus on a romance, albeit in a comedic fashion. Both shows have a variety of characters with different interests and personalities all coming together to make a group of friends.
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..
I'm finding both of them pretty similar
-Both of them are light romantic comedy, where you can just sit back and relax
-Both of them have Bromance
-Maybe Takeo and Hashiba pretty different from the outside, but from the inside both
of them are good guys with a big heart, and a pure mind :P
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, then you will definitely like the other because they share the same aspects as one another. Tsurezure Children is shorter (12mins/ep), faster paced, and less general in terms of the character's lives and development. Meanwhile Nijiro Days is longer (normal 24mins/ep), slower paced, and more general in terms of the character's lives and development. read more
Cute characters, same vibe and feel. Main couple - shy and embarassed, sometimes aloof and awkward. Natsuki and Kazehaya are similar characters chasing the girl, and opening her up in the process. Sawako and Anna slowly experiencing feelings they had never felt before and making more friends!
difference:- nijiro days is from the POV of Natsuki (BOY)
while kimini todoke is from the POV of SAWAKO (GIRL)
-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
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.
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
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
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