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Eve no Jikan


Alternative Titles

English: Time of Eve
Synonyms: Eve's Time
Japanese: イヴの時間

Information

Type: ONA
Episodes: 6
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 1, 2008 to Sep 18, 2009
Producers: Directions, Code, Trick Block
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Rikka
Source: Original
Duration: 18 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 8.161 (scored by 59,493 users)
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Ranked: #3642
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #757
Members: 128,733
Favorites: 1,136

Recommendations

Both ONA's have a cyber-punk setting, and both mainly take place in a café...  
report Recommended by Chronolizer
Both titles explore the similar lore of human interaction and the border between seeing an android as a living breathing entity or appliance such as a stove or a car. relationships are key in both series as the protagonist have varying views on whether to follow the discrimination against androids, giving them 'real' feelings or simply accepting them as man-made devices for varying uses. Unlike chobits, Eve No Jikan does not hold the same aesthetics's in design, there are more fine lines and deeper colors along with 3D visualization and some computer generated effects. This gives Eve no Jikan a more mature look then chobits  read more 
report Recommended by Objecterror
Made by the same studio, Has the same mysterious feeling of wanting to know what is happening.  
report Recommended by Chimasternmay
Both involve robots that develop individuality.  
report Recommended by MotokoAramaki
In both shows, androids exist for similar purposes: to help their owners with cleaning, shopping, etc. However, the human characters and the androids have interactions that goes far beyond that of simple owners and robots. Some androids have human-like qualities that blurs the line between humans and androids which is something eminent in both shows.  
report Recommended by Enna
Eve no Jikan is similar to Hal in a way that society lives with robots, Hal is more focused on romance, and drama in a single movie, Eve no Jikan has a similar setting but slightly different tone. 
report Recommended by Nikoru-san
"Time of Eve" / "Eve no Jikan" and "Plastic Memories" both involve incredibly life-like androids with artificial intelligence that have been integrated into society and were produced to act as helpers for humans who need their assistance in daily life. In these two similar works, androids are advanced enough to be capable of displaying emotions as well as making their own decisions. Unfortunately, there also exists a limit as to how long they can operate for due to aging within their systems. As a result of that, the theme of loss is another commonality, where people who have grown attached to their android companions fear  read more 
report Recommended by StevenHu
I haven't gotten deep into Bartender, but seeing how I've only seen a few cafe/restaurant setting animes around, Bartender and Eve no Jikan definitely have the same type of setting, with the former in an obscure bar and the latter in an obscure cafe. What's intriguing about the two is the emphasis on "backstory" rather than serving cocktails or coffee. Yeah, it's cool that you get to know about all these interesting cocktail mixes, or I guess the semi-relevant counterpart Eve blend coffee, but where each anime pulls strongly together is the influence and power the bar or the cafe has on its  read more 
report Recommended by S2VX
Both series immerse you in a future of day to day technology far beyond our own, yet taken from a perspective of rediscovering the wonder of said technology. While Denno Coil's main cast is far younger than Eve, they both have their unique takes on what this future could be, and spin a story worthy of attention. Both are hidden gems - you should take note of. 
report Recommended by XXAA
Both have similar philosophical themes about what makes a human human, however where GitS looks inward, EnJ looks at robot acceptance into society. 
report Recommended by nicepants
Androids in a cafe setting. Both very calming stories. 
report Recommended by omotenium
Story related to the technological world, which affects people and robots and both reminded me of each other 
report Recommended by Dansk93lb
Many Real Drive episodes focus on androids and their place within a society of humans in a time when they depend on technology and brains enhanced by cybernetics. The story of Eve no Jikan stems from the same ideas. If you are curious about these science-fiction (?) elements, you'll hopefully enjoy watching Real Drive and Eve no Jikan. 
report Recommended by cyruz
Both feature very calm and relaxing/warm atmosphere. Both have similar style and sound theme. Mushishi deals with themes similar to ENJ in several episodes. Both animes feel very similar in terms of storytelling as well. One major difference, though, is that ENJ is set in the future, and Mushishi is set somewhere in 1800's (?). 
report Recommended by qdm1n
If it was the action/horror part of Tokyo Ghoul that you liked, then this is probably not the anime for you. I am solely making this recommendation because I haven't seen anyone else do it, and I want to share my opinions. Eve no Jikan is only 6 episodes long. It's about a future where society uses human-like androids. But among the people who choose to see these androids as mere objects, there is a cafe called 'Eve no Jikan'. In this cafe, humans and androids are treated equally, much in the way ghouls and humans are in Anteiku. Both series also follow the main  read more 
report Recommended by hatsuneki
the story is slow paced and is not for people who want fast paced action packed 30 minutes of fun.usagi drop has its own unique style of story telling and the art is something new but after the first episode you get used to it its about a guy who takes in his supposedly grandpas daughter who is his aunt? the story revolver around him and his 6 year old aunt.. the loss of a parent and the beggining of a relationship and hardship of being a parent.. 
report Recommended by kakashimiah
Both pose very interesting psychological questions. They also have some rather good comedy at times. 
report Recommended by champred
Both have a similar atmosphere, take place in an unusual bar/cafe and are in some way psychological. 
report Recommended by Idan
Though these shows differ greatly from one another, they both deal with the meaning and frontiers of robotkind and mankind by making both interact. I especially enjoyed the fact that it was done in a concise and light-hearted way through chattering. 
report Recommended by Cairen
"Computer Revolution: The Birth of the Most Powerful and Fastest Brains" / "Computer Kakumei: Saikyou x Saisoku no Zunou Tanjou" and "Time of Eve" / "Eve no Jikan" focus on how society would function in a future where people are surrounded by artificial intelligence. In their respective universes, each shines a light on a competition between man and computer for jobs and tasks, the interactions between a person and an artificial intelligence in everyday life, and the possible relations that can develop between them over time. 
report Recommended by StevenHu
both relies the same message to the watchers. While Eve no Jikan focus more between the interaction of humans to robot/androids, Natsume Yuujinchou focus on interaction of a human with demons. 
report Recommended by mlcdl
Both animes have human-based, futuristic robots which society often downgrades with the rare exception of the main protagonist, of course. In both animes, the main protagonist tries to convince or is in fact, convinced himself that these robot-types deserve to be treated the same way as humans, regardless of the fact on whether or not they have a soul. 
report Recommended by Dena
Both explore the philosophical application of human rights to robots and the relationships between humans and robots. 
report Recommended by misterferrari
Both are about how the machines manipulate the human world. It has very good graphics and it makes you think. 
report Recommended by Limonene
Robot stories completely different arguments, but with an interesting social background. Experimental Sci-Fic Anime. 
report Recommended by joksan
Both series' main aspect is about this powerful atmosphere witch they've been granted. We can easily understand the feelings and the messages the authors wanted to send in Bakemonogatari as it's made for Eve no Jikan. An other similar point is about this type of action, this kind of rhythm they both keep in the dialogs to captivate the attention, the earth of the watcher. 
report Recommended by lequinow
Both are science fiction stories with very similar animation styles and character designs. 
report Recommended by TVC15
I think it has the some style of technology... hmmm just watch Eve after Eden than you'll think so... maybe :p 
report Recommended by albadr_almuneer
Both series are science fiction anime peppered with a light hearted romance theme heavily influenced by Isaac Asimov's legendary work, I;Robot. It is rare to come across such refreshing series when wading through the boring, cartoon violence anime like FMA: Brotherhood mixed with fan service laden shows. Both are quintessential must watch series for the mature viewer. 
report Recommended by arimakenshin
Both are about the relationships between robots and humans. very touching:) 
report Recommended by Orulyon
Both series feature handy and highly advanced robots/androids that humans become dependent on. Ergo Proxy has robots that have companionship with their owner, but Eve no Jikan has androids that are left as tools and often being discriminated. 
report Recommended by toanbui
The main social issues that crop up throughout each series are those of discrimination and racism. Eve no Jikan uses humans and robots to show this, while NieA Under 7 uses humans and aliens, and even takes it one step further by having a caste system for the aliens that even the aliens care about. 
report Recommended by Numi
Both shows, show that it is possible to make an original anime that is awesome with just 6 episodes! Both SERIOUSLY WORTH WATCHING!!!!  
report Recommended by sukizo
Eve and Working make up two of the few restaurant-based animes that I know. Though differing heavily from the dark, mysterious aura of Eve and the light, happy-lappy atmosphere of Working, both animes' main male leads get sucked into their respective environments, discovering a unique array of characters while themselves maturing over time. 
report Recommended by S2VX
Aside from both being science-fiction, these wouldn't seem very similar at first. However, it's clear that one theme that both of these real hit home on is the contemplation of what it really means to be human. - Eve No Jikan is a very down to Earth tale showing a world where very life-like androids are commonplace . - Kaiba is set in a very fantasy-like futuristic universe where memories can literally be extracted or implanted into people. I'd heartily recommend both to anyone who likes thought provoking sci-fi. Try not to let Kaiba's visual's deter you from it. It's somewhat off-putting at first, but by the  read more 
report Recommended by Falaina
Eve no Jikan and Planetes are both hard sci-fi anime that depict a not-too-distant future. Both explore interesting themes that will really make you think. 
report Recommended by Kuiper
Both are about a cafe where people with unique backgrounds come to share a common ground. The main characters both have unusual relationships that lead them to the different cafes.  
report Recommended by Moon_River
The setting of Eve no Jikan and Ame-iro Cocoa is at a cafe which the main characters interact with each other and have wonderful time. 
report Recommended by keyzc
Fighting bigotry and overcoming societal boundaries are common themes in the two titles. Eve no Jikan takes the more serious approach of the two, and There She Is is more romance-oriented, but they both tackle said subjects beautifully and are excellent watches. 
report Recommended by Athena
I liked both. It may be a stretch (story-wise) recommending these two but give them a try. Reasons for recommendation: Both have a slight science fiction setting, animation is similar, Eve no Jikan is less than 20 minutes an episode so at 6 episodes X 20= 120 minutes. Summer wars is about the same length at 1 hr. 54 minutes (or less than 120 min.) You won't have wasted too much time with either. 
report Recommended by abandoned2014
The story of Katoran from Eve no Jikan is very similar to Rain Town plot, isn't it? 
report Recommended by Musmontis