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ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka


Alternative Titles

English: ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept.
Synonyms: ACCA: 13th Territory Inspection Department, ACCA: 13th Ward Observation Department, ACCA Jusanku Kansatsuka
Japanese: ACCA 13区監察課

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 10, 2017 to Mar 28, 2017
Premiered: Winter 2017
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 23:00 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 7.731 (scored by 27,899 users)
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Ranked: #10122
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Popularity: #1125
Members: 65,603
Favorites: 426

Recommendations

Both shows have an emphasis on character and follow a certain protagonist that proceeds to take part in a key role in the grand scheme of things. Natsume Ono wrote both the original texts and has a huge role in the production of each. The two shows focus on atmosphere and setting/scene absorption and emphasize the use of their unique art-styles to stand out from the rest of the crowd. Each show can be seen as incredibly relaxing and rewarding to view. 
report Recommended by Lythelus
Both have quiet MCs traveling to different countries/districts of various cultures and political structures.  
report Recommended by NuttyNUTTS
Both ACCA and Kodo are driven heavily with dialog heavy and has politic as its main premise ACCA doesn't have action in the same way but its still present in some sense. So if you enjoyed the interesting and unique take on politic in this show you'll probably enjoy ACCA as well. 
report Recommended by didllaz
The opposite side of an Inspector but not in a cynical way.. Both aspires crimes into the city.. There are many rules to follow, this more force into drama than dark aspects and cruel side of the laws Jean = Shinya.. also smokes literally  
report Recommended by HikiNEET021
From the same original author, Natsume Ono. Apart from the story itself, they are totally different genre, although both contain a bit of slice of life in it, I can see them heading totally different direction. However, there is noticeable similarity inside the character design, especially the male character. If you enjoy characters with mysteriousness, 'Ristorante Paradiso' is also going to be an enjoyable romance for you. 
report Recommended by Carlingenea
Both have a similar overall feel, they're pretty chill slice-of-life type shows. The main characters have similar personalities, not easily surpised and almost stoic. The art is also very pleasing in both, with Tanaka using more pastel colors and Acca with vibrant tones. Story-wise, Tanaka isn't centered on one overarching plot like Acca. It's more episodic, focusing on its characters' unique personalities to tell the story.  
report Recommended by SeashellS
Baccano has a similar feel of art-style to it, that's only the background art-style though. The character design style for them are totally distinct, but both are very well designed. They both having a very strong music style of itself. Those kind that you would remember the tune after finished watching it. 
report Recommended by Carlingenea
Both shows where the over-arching plot doesn't really matter since there are little to no consequences for them, but regardless the execution and style of the show coupled with the main Character's personality is enjoyable to behold.  
report Recommended by Tshepilepci
Both series have an infatuation with bread, and said bread contains immense symbolic capital.  
report Recommended by somaisbatman
Both are set in a world of political strife and mystery. The characters are clever and vigilant. The art style is also similar, catering to a more mature audience, and the overall atmosphere surrounding these series is riddled with tension and secrecy. 
report Recommended by Heruman-nii
Bread. Besides bread, both shows actually explore a wide range of cultures, customs, and cuisines more or less rooted in reality. The cultures explored in ACCA are more rooted in fantasy, but are influences by real world locales/time periods; whereas Yakitate Japan explore real cuisine but in a simplified and exaggerated way such that it strays into the realms of fantasy. The plot and style and atmosphere are all very different, but everything is linked together by baked goods, both within the story and between the two shows. 
report Recommended by Lemon
- both are about politics and conspiracies - you get to know different fantasy countries with cultural differences - they have a simular dry, serious and intriging feel to it 
report Recommended by MoshiMoshiiih
Acca gives off the same vibes as cowboy bebop from the art style and opening theme song.  
report Recommended by Lexic
Conspiracies, mafia, unexpected turns, suspense. Good development of the characters. Very good atmosphere, unique world. Protagonist very carisstático, history well developed. I design fantastic weapons inspired by video games and anime at http://www.weaponsmithonline.com/ 
report Recommended by Belsel