Kono Yo no Hate de Koi wo Utau Shoujo YU-NO

YU-NO: A girl who chants love at the bound of this world.

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Alternative Titles

English: YU-NO: A girl who chants love at the bound of this world.
Synonyms: Yuno
Japanese: この世の果てで恋を唄う少女YU-NO


Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 2, 2019 to Oct 1, 2019
Premiered: Spring 2019
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 23:00 (JST)
Studios: feel.
Source: Visual novel
Genres: DramaDrama, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.571 (scored by 3468934,689 users)
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Ranked: #57352
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Popularity: #1392
Members: 118,434
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YU-NO was originally a 1996 visual novel, and was the grandfather of modern time-travel anime and visual novels. Steins Gate in particular was greatly influenced by YU-NO. Both involve time-travel and parallel-universes, and give scientific explanations behind it, and involve the protagonist attempting to save someone using time-travel.  
report Recommended by Jagged_85
Both are based on highly rated visual novels where the protagonist suddenly gets dragged in many mysteries while surrounded by beautiful women. Furthermore these anime are very similar because of time travel (explaining more would be spoilers) 
report Recommended by Khalan
The same scenario, where guy frequently goes back in time to either set things right or to escape the inevitable danger that's lurking around him.  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
The animes are similar in the way that both mc's have the ability to go back in time multiple times to achieve a favorable outcome. Re: Zero has its lead reverting back to a checkpoint in his life when he dies, while the lead in Kono Yo No Hate has an ancient device that allows him to save a checkpoint in time and travel back to it if he chooses to.  
report Recommended by _Based_
Another 2-cour science-fiction/mystery show with high school characters. Both main characters have time travel ability. In YU-NO the MacGuffin of the story is the time travel device the protagonist uses, but in Sakurada reset the MacGuffin is the key to all the superpowers. 
report Recommended by RebelPanda
I think you will like YU-NO if you liked Rewrite, for basically four reasons 1- both shows are parallel worlds and time travel based 2- main character, well characterized, fights against "destiny" for his love/family 3- several plot twists 4- the mix of so many genres will drives you crazy!  
report Recommended by LightSteve
Both anime revolve around using time travel to prevent people’s untimely deaths. Both anime show how small changes you make in the past can drastically change the future, and how some things just don’t seem to change at all, no matter how many times you try. The difference between them is that YU-NO uses dimension hopping rather than actual time travel, while Tokyo Revengers seemingly uses actual time travel. This is a minor similarity, but both anime have Yuu Hayashi voicing a main character. 
report Recommended by NickSuede
Both have nonsense science derived from real theories. Really Good Character Writing And Dialogues. Even tho we do not have Mai Sakurajima In YUNO, the protagonist is very much like Sakuta. A Rascal. Bunny Girl's Better But Give YUNO a shot as well. 
report Recommended by BerriesSan
The source material for both these shows were ancestors of the modern isekai genre. The YU-NO visual novel came out in 1996, while the Mushoku web novel came out in 2012. Both works were critically acclaimed and commercial successful in their original media. And since their releases, numerous modern isekai works borrowed heavily from both these works. However, their anime adaptations were delayed for a long time, releasing years after many of the isekai anime they inspired. Another similarity is the protagonists. The protagonist in both works are horny perverts. The protagonists of both works thus have a somewhat polarizing reception among modern audiences. A key difference is  read more 
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YU-NO was originally a 1996 visual novel, and was hugely influential, inspiring numerous visual novels and anime shows. One of the VNs and anime shows inspired by YU-NO is Clannad. The author of Clannad, Jun Maeda, cited YU-NO as inspiration for Clannad. In particular, the latter parts of both YU-NO and Clannad After Story have a similar tragic plotline involving a father, mother and daughter.  
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In both animes the main characters can go back in time and alter things that they didn't wanted to happen + both passes through traumatic situations.  
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