Both of these are about cute cats, and their daily antics. If you're a cat lover like me, and enjoy seeing these cute creatures, then I think you'll like what they have to offer. Both of these shows have fairly short episodes, and aren't too demanding with their stories or characters. You can watch a couple of episodes, stop for a while, and pick it back up later, with little problems.
Bananya and Donyatsu follows the everyday life of a cat-food hybrid, Bananya being about banana cats and Donyatsu being about doughnut cats. If you need some cuteness in your life you should give them a chance, they're incredibly short!
First bananya and nyabo is really similar
both are cute adorable shows
both have "nya" in the title
and both are about cats
they are really nice shows and if you finished bananya
i would recomend nyabo to replace cute bananya
Both animes were created in 2016, Bananya being in summer, and Nyanbo in Fall. Both are also about cat-like creatures that humans are not aware of, though Bananya are about Banana-cats, and Nyanbo about block cats. In Bananya, the narrator does more of the talking than the Bananyas themselves, where as the characters from Nyanbo have the ability to speak.
Bananya and Micciri Neko are both short shows focused on cats, each episodes features a certain characters and highlights them at the end. These two shows are animated very similarly and have the same sort of set up each episode. I would say both are kid-friendly and fairly laid back. If you liked one I would recommend the other.
Both shows are shorts (both with 3 min. duration) suitable for all ages, featuring cute kitties who get up to various nonsensical mischief. It's a quick, fluffy pick-me-up, and sure to give you a smile.
Both very adorable shows about cats that have some sort of quirk to them. Bananya is a banana, Poyo is spherical.
Both have short episodes, 3 minutes long.
Both will make you question your age and cry/gush with how adorable they are.
Both animes are about adorable cats with a unique trait to them (Poyo being round; Bananya being a Bananya), and follows them on their little adventures in their household, though Poyo's is centered around other people while Bananya's is not so much.
Bananya and Pingu in the City are both children's series with animals going on uncommon adventures which have developed a periphery demographic online. While Pingu in the City lacks narration, both are easily accessible for all ages due to the simplicity of their storytelling.
Both have protagonist with a goal they are determinated to complete.
Both protagonists have friends that go along with them in the most part of time.
Both animes have a focus in the humor but without forgetting the story.
Both have focus in the character development.
Both anime involve cute animals doing cute things, and amusing the viewer. They are probably targeted for children, but adults can enjoy them easily, too. They are short and you can watch entire season under 30 minutes (3min per episode).
Both series are about cats that seem to have a special ability or trait that are absurd to your average cats (Mikan being a walking/talking/drinking alcohol cat, Bananya being a banana cat). Both are very fun watches for cat lovers, and are sure to bring a smile to your face. The differences would be Mikan Enikki is known to humans while Bananya is not, and Bananya is a very recent anime, made in 2016, while Mikan is a classic from the 90s.
Larva and Bananay are both lighthearted comedy series with small episodes and something to turn your brain off. :)
So yeah if you need a short break then they are both great in their own way. One being overly cute and the other being more classic cartoonish humor :)
If you like short hilarious series with minimalistic flash-like artstyle, Bananya and Kuruneko are brilliant choices! Both portray cute cats and relationship between them and are quite the same in mood.