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Mayoiga


Alternative Titles

English: The Lost Village
Japanese: 迷家-マヨイガ-

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 1, 2016 to Jun 17, 2016
Premiered: Spring 2016
Broadcast: Fridays at 22:30 (JST)
Licensors: Ponycan USA
Studios: Diomedea
Source: Original
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 5.611 (scored by 82,991 users)
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Ranked: #95562
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #639
Members: 169,984
Favorites: 262

Recommendations

I found these shows to be alike in their atmosphere. Another and Mayoiga are very eerie and set a certain uncomfortable (something bad is going to happen) atmosphere. Mayoiga and Another are both uncovering a secret about a village/class and indulge in mystery. Another is more horror geared than Mayoiga that's more mystery based. 
report Recommended by Nikoru-san
The both have Psychological experiments as a premise. They take place in a mysterious village tucked in the middle of nowhere similar themes of ghosts, characters with strange personalities, and legends  
report Recommended by nekonapping
Mayoiga is marketed as a horror however it can be watched as a comedy, similar to Ousama Game. The atmosphere is dark and edgy in both shows, however, Mayoiga is less serious. Both shows are in the mystery genre and neither show tries to explain the supernatural events in a comprehensive way. 
report Recommended by RebelPanda
Both main characters are pretty small and weak, filled with bright hope and hero feelings, and give off a similar aura. I think this is a good reason to watch the other if you liked the main character in one. Both settings are mysterious and give off bad vibes. If you enjoyed that mysterious feeling, then you will probably like the other. Both have a diverse character set that makes the plot more enjoyable.  
report Recommended by The-Rippled-One
Same type of psychological approach, about characters though difference is that in Mayoiga a group of people visits the uncertainty(village) whereas in Mousou Dairinin people get visits from such.  
report Recommended by 14theparadox
Though they start off very differently, the eventual idea of both series centres around a cast of characters with internal scars which prevent them from leaving the place they are trapped in. Angel Beats is more slice of life-ish while Mayoiga is more centred around mystery. 
report Recommended by tearbender
The cast is a dysfunctional group/family. They are confronted with unconventional supernatural phenomenons. This leads to a mystery/psychological. The art style is similar, too. 
report Recommended by Dan-Te
In both anime the focus lies on a quite small group of people who find themselves in an isolated village Both anime have a dark atmosphere  
report Recommended by KuroYume-96
Self-Protective. Defying my Key and Ke paradigm: absolute epitomes of sainism while absolute craters of masokinism. Every character has much to say, repeatedly struggling to speak. The stories expose a sense of morality where the unique-ness of every individual is precious simulating why meaning even when the relative isolation which preserves that is a hindrance. Mayoiga suggests how detachment between many individuals simultaneously complicates conflict resolved by consensus and diversifies the side-effects of that resolution. Subete ga F ni Naru presents an issue of nihilism when many individuals develop too robust of deductive and predictive reasoning, where the only question left is how to make  read more 
report Recommended by eaterjolly
A much better mystery with crime and police elements instead of from a civilian prospective. 
report Recommended by YoshikuniTaiki
To be honest, both of these animes are polar opposites. However, if you like Mayoiga, you will most certainly take interest in Terror in Resonance. Both animes have characters that dislike the world, as they feel that injustice, in some form was used against them. Terror in Resonance also shares the rather uneasy atmosphere that is found in Mayoiga.  
report Recommended by adimazement
#DankRecs Both have a thought provoking message to convey about life and how the character finally has a resolve to deal with it. Also both anime is surreal and funny in their own way. 
report Recommended by You
Both are entertaining horror anime, and can make you creep out with an ugly faces and creepy sound effects. Just ignore the storyline to make the experience more enjoyable. kikoushi is more creepy than mayoiga.  
report Recommended by Luuji222
there both so bad that there actually amazing, there just "unintentionally hilarious" 
report Recommended by SynthwaveCrusade
What can you do when you have to start a new life? How to cooperate with others when you end up in a quaint place? How does a newly formed group deal on its own with otherness and danger? What to expect and what to be afraid of? Two different shows, that seem to be very similar at the same time, will try to answer these questions. 
report Recommended by EdgyEcchiSenpai
Lots of characters, put in an unknown environment trying to survive. There is lots of flash backs. 
report Recommended by Sphealz
Both are incredibly memeingful, unintentional B horror-esque comedies that just keep escalating the further in you get. Testing the very concept of how much suspension of disbelief one can have.  
report Recommended by NekouSpectre
Both have a large cast of oddballs and society's rejects. Assassination Classroom handles it a lot better in that they are not a bunch of complete idiots. 
report Recommended by U1111
Dark and unsettling shows about youngsters being involved in dangerous circumstances in their lives while they unfold the truth and mysteries of a strange place. 
report Recommended by BaptizED
Both are spooky and mysterious, both keep you guessing on what's going to happen next. Similar in quality of story, characters and setting. 
report Recommended by Orazio
Crazy and unpredictable! Weekly madness to brighten your life! 
report Recommended by Byran321
Both shows concentrate on finding the right ways in one's life. Both protagonists fight against prejudice and discrimination of the girl everybody else sees as bad. Both shows contain supernatural powers and in both shows teenagers are the main characters who move the plot forward. I also got the same wibe from the two shows and the male protagonists seem similar to me, but that is only my personal feeling. 
report Recommended by lopika
Our main character heads to an isolated town. Starting a new life there. But there is something mysterious happening in this town. He and hie group of friends must solve the mystery of this town. Both anime has suspense, and horror like feel 
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
A Group of people trapped in one place, while problems occur between them. 
report Recommended by naruto97
Both shows involve characters with issues and emotional traumas that manifest physical form and play a huge role in story development.  
report Recommended by Mikan265
Extreme Malware in real isolation. In a reality bodies jealously guard expansive empirical minds; in another one mind jealously arbitrates diffusive mental occupation. Barrel scraping effort causes flirtation with infectious silliness, in other words gaslighting. Approaching singular conflict with cascadingly compounding subconflicts, to extract entropy as efficiently as imaginably possible, damaging sanities either by one's rules repairably or by another's irreparably. One takes place in mindscape, while the other in the land of bodies, considering bodily needs most of which may be trivially resolved while the other focusing on destruction lack of entropy causes. Mayoiga is mildly brutish in its handling of bodies never passing a  read more 
report Recommended by eaterjolly
Both shows involve a cast of people who have had tough pasts and desire to escape them. Mayoiga has that "horror" hint to it whereas Grisaia doesn't. Grisaia has a smaller cast than Mayoiga which allows a clear story and character development (in my opinion) I'm surprised no one else has recommended Grisaia for Mayoiga. 
report Recommended by Mikan265