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Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase

Alternative Titles

English: Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase
Japanese: 月詠 −MOON PHASE−


Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 5, 2004 to Mar 29, 2005
Premiered: Fall 2004
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 01:30 (JST)
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Shaft
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.131 (scored by 19,989 users)
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Ranked: #30152
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Popularity: #1373
Members: 49,309
Favorites: 251


Both of these anime deals with the supernatural. The two female protagonist are both vampires with similar unvampire traits. Both anime are similar with other genres as well, like comedy & romance. 
report Recommended by Rweck
I haven't watched Dance In The Vampire Bund that much, but from what I've seen it is pretty identical to tsukuyomi moon phase. They both have imperious Vampire Lolis and the dark feeling of vampire anime (mostly Dance In The Vampire Bund has it :D ).
The strong bond between the female and male main characters is also very simular. 
report Recommended by Kodomo_R
the run away cute blue haired little girl, with a guy that has some secret powers and identity within them.....you'll get the picture 
report Recommended by misaseh098
The male leads are expected to serve the female leads but are often unsatisfactory though they are proven to have hidden capabilities later on. The female leads are tsundere characters, while the male leads both develop attachments and become loyal to the females. Both the shows are of the fantasy genre. And the plots basically have the same "band-together-to-defeat-the-forces-of-evil" type of theme, but aren't really very similar. They both also have fanservice. 
report Recommended by Parenthetical
Both contain vampires, enough said. The art in these to animes is absolutly georgous. Good plots, secret loves, full Moons, and sexy vampires, are what makes these two animes so similar. Very unique. 
report Recommended by Moonstream360
Both have harems of otherworldly characters of the night. Moonphase has a harem of kawaii vampire ladies and RVC 2 has the harem of a variety of monster girls. 
report Recommended by Jmac
If you like vampires and fighting, you'll like both 
report Recommended by shadowraze
Imagine it like this.Kuroneko(the character from oreimo) got her own anime or lives her own anime and it is called Tsukuyomi moon phase.If you liked Kuroneko this is for you.The main character looks like Kuroneko,talks like her,acts like her etc...You can expect a lot of gothic vampire lolitas in that anime.The biggest difference is perhaps that Tsukuyomi is a more action/romance/comedy oriented anime. 
report Recommended by bluedragon777
Main female characters trying to live normal accepted lives but are judged for being different and "monsters" but are helped and fall in love with male main character. 
report Recommended by Heta-rashi1
At first glance MoonPhase and Bakemonogatari may appear to be unrelated but on closer inspection one can effectively see the underlying supernatural themes and other unexplainable phenomena through their means of story-telling, Shaft is well known for. Moreover their cast of characters such as the infamous Araragi Koyomi loved by his sisters and classmates and photographer Morioka Kouhei who, likewise Araragi, is loved by his nieces and fellow colleagues makes us see the two sides of the same coin. Although they may not realize it through sheer ignorance, these two lads are in fact most affectionate towards the little loli-vampires Hazuki and Shinobu. 
report Recommended by UNIC
It's sometimes dark and dramatic anime like kuroshitsuji , but there is more comedy in Tsukuyomi Moon Phase. 
report Recommended by Kodomo_R
The overall plots of the two differ in an awful lot of ways, but the relationships between the two main characters - and indeed the characters themselves - in each show are very similar in many senses. I liked both, so you guys might. :) 
report Recommended by SaraSlurpsCoffee
Both Anime Haves Vampire Girls. 
report Recommended by yano23
Similarities are :A"strange" young girl entrancing a boy in both anime , many shots are similar as i believe they have the same director, both towards the gothic type of anime (Petit Cossette being more)also the main boys both work in antique shop. 
report Recommended by Littlerascal92
Because they are both directed by Akiyuki Shinbo and produced by studio SHAFT, they are very similar in style. -MOON PHASE- has a young girl who makes a pact with an older guy and the story focuses on vampires. In Negima!?, it's a young male who makes pacts with his older female students, there’s only one vampire, and emphasis is put most on the magical incantations. However, each series shares similar elements and has a serious gothic tone; yet at times they can be very cute and even slightly romantic. Not to mention both are VERY funny! In fact, the running gag with the falling  read more 
report Recommended by Nek0
Plots are similar, and in both main character are cute girls living with boy who found them. Both stories are cheerful and yuo'll definitly smile after watching them.
In both stories appears cute mascots in Chobits - Sumomo and Kotoko and in Tsukuyomi Haiji. 
report Recommended by Kalafior
These two animes are similar, because their plots and characters are somewhat the same in the sense that they both involve a male, main character, that ends up protecting a vampire girl, and ultimately fighting along side her. Moon phase is the cute side, while Shingetsutan Txukihime is a little more violence, than it is cat ears. 
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