Yuru Camp reminds me of Non Non Biyori in it's overall atmosphere. Both shows are extremely relaxing with some moments of comedy and character building. A lot of the screen time for both shows are focused in the outdoors or 'in the middle of nowhere'. If you're looking for an enjoyable laid back show I would recommend both. Yuru Camp focuses on camping and Non Non Biyori is more comedy and slice of life focused and takes place in extreme rural Japan. Each capture the beauty of the landscape and simple life.
Both stories take place somewhere in the nature. Both stories have a relaxed vibe and have some pretty funny scenes. In Yuru Camp the main character makes friends, but in Non Non Biyori they are already close to each other.
Yuru Camp is just as lighthearted as Non Non Biyori, give it a shot.
Non Non Biyori is extremely similar to Yuru Camp △ except that it does not focus on camping. Instead, focusing on a group of 4 girls with different ages and grades who would hang out together in their countryside, going school together and spend many precious moment together. It is SO SO SO heartwarming that it really set the bar for the Slice of Life genre. It is one of the best and most enjoyable SOL anime among many other titles. I often say that it is not easy to produce a great SOL anime and Non Non Biyori is definitely one that did. If you life Yuru Camp △ because of the comedy and heartwarming scenes, then I assure you that you will FALL IN LOVE with Non Non Biyori. read more
Both of these shows are slice-of-life anime with a predominantly female cast. Both feature a rural setting with gorgeous animation and background art and they both convey a soothing, laid back atmosphere.
Both shows have that calming factor that after a long day in the outside world can just relax your brain and drift off to these mostly outside based shows as you don't feel cramped of being inside the buildings of where the characters are.
The premises in both anime are straightforward and well-executed. They feature interesting and quirky characters. There are awesome scenes of nature since the events tend to take place outside. The comedy is on point and the 萌え/moe facet is present.
They're both relaxing slice of life anime to watch after a day's worth of being productive.
Both are extremely comfy shows with likeable characters, chill music, companionship, lots of scenery porn and facts about going outdoors. In addition, Yama no Susume is also about struggle and character growth, especially in the second season. And also encouraged me to take up hiking, even if it's just the nearest hill to me.
In short: if Yuru Camp is going to be the anime that makes more people to watch the wonder that is Yama no Susume, that would be great :D
Yuru Camp and Yama no Susume both focus on outdoor activities, Yama no Susume more about hiking mountains and the journey involved with doing so. Yuru Camp is largely focused on camping. Both shows feature a cast of female characters, high school age, and all very moe and cute. They have a similar atmosphere when watching, very relaxed and calming with beautiful scenery. If you are looking for a cute girls doing cute things type of show and want an easy laid back story about making friends and doing outdoor activities I would recommend both shows.
This can't be more obvious. Both anime are about group of girls doing outdoor activities.
The biggest difference is Yama no Musume leans toward hiking and mountaineering, while Yuru Camp△ leans toward camping.
Very similar atmosphere, both anime are light on drama and conflicts. They emphasize the fun of going out and enjoying the nature.
Hobby-focused slice of life series where the hobbies are both related to the outdoors. Both also feature a certain degree of useful information regarding said hobbies, although the intent of the show isn’t necessarily to be educational.
1. Both are involving girls doing cute stuff around outside (Mount climbing for Yama no Susume and camping for Yuru Camp)
2. Calm and amazing SoL anime's
3. Also have sweet soundtracks and catchy op and ed themes!
and 4. One voice actor did work on both on those shows (Nao Toyama so far)
If you like Yama no Susume, highly recommend you to watch Yuru Camp! Totally the best way to watch both when it comes to outdoor activities
Anime where high school girls go on adventures.
-Yurucamp is more lighthearted and funny, and it focuses on camping and adventures within Japan (especially in the prefectures near Mount Fuji). Also it has more of a focus on cooking.
-Yorimoi, however, is more serious and dramatic as it involves high school girls risking their lives trying to reach Antarctica.
The Winter 2018 season was blessed with two anime that revolve around the theme of going outside. While 'Sora yori mo Tooi Basho' focuses on the thrill of traveling towards the unknown in the company of good friends; 'Yuru Camp' highlights the beauty of simple things in life and nature. Needless to say both show's main casts are a bunch of cuties!
Both shows involve an all-girl cast going on their own respective adventures (much larger scale in Sora Yori) and primarily focus on the characters' interactions with one another. Both shows are also considered to be heartwarming in their respective rights
Cute high school girls doing outdoor activities and creating bonds of friendship along the journey, they are also educative, Sora Yori for the Antarctica and Yuru Camp for camping.
Yuru Camp is more centered on camping trips, and Sora Yori is much more adventurous and contains more mature problems.
It’s not about „Cute girls doing cute things” formula. It’s not just about high schoolers traveling here and there. It’s mainly about dreams coming true, fulfilling your passions and being free in such a restrictive world. Nadeshiko and Tamaki are similar characters. They are usually happy and enthusiastic. And they will surely keep making your face smile and your heart warm until the very end.
And again, another anime, where schoolgirls decided to go travelling somewhere. A lot of cute girls and also, in both anime, there are beautiful backgrounds. Animation is not bad, but sometimes there are errors in the animation.
When I was watching Yuru Camp I immediately was reminded of Long Riders by the long peacefully scenic shots of mountains and landscape. Both shows feature cute girls doing outdoor activities. Long Riders focuses on riding bikes; Yuru Camp focuses on camping. Both series have a similar feeling when watching them, very relaxed and cute. Both shows also teach the viewer a lot about the activity they're doing and go in depth on biking/camping. If you enjoy slice of life, cute girls doing cute things, and friendship building I would recommend both shows.
They have the same feeling of Cute Girls doing Cute Things. But most important both deal with one of the girls (both shows focus on girls) as they discover something new and their feelings surprising people who already do what the are learning - probably regaining some part of wonder that led them to begin with. (in this case camping & cycling)
Both have a distinct aura in terms of scenery - breathtaking and gives watchers a feeling of relaxation. Both have some decree of comedy.
Both are easy going slice of life shows. One focuses on diving while the other focuses on camping. They're both a bit slow moving, but that isn't a ding against either of them. It helps emphasizes the relaxing nature of the shows and forces you to really take in the beauty of the nature surrounding these girls and their activities.
Both are lighthearted, relaxed, fun-loving shows that leave you feeling satiated. Some would make a point of calling them both Iyashikei (healing anime). Which is essentially saying both are chicken soup for the soul.
Both series belong to the iyashikei genre, in that both provide the audience with a soothing, relaxed feeling upon viewing. This is bolstered by the use of natural environments set away from the bustling cities, chill soundtracks that utilize acoustic instruments, and light-hearted humor from the (moe) characters. I enjoy both series for the feelings they invoke in me while viewing, so like-minded viewers may feel the same way
Both are Slice of Life shows with a relaxing, laid-back vibe. Yuru Camp is a group of cute girls camping and basically doing just that. Flying Witch is about a witch doing ordinary things that the average person would do every day, except for that part that she's a witch doing magic and flying around town on a broomstick, of course. Both shows have a beautiful background setting and a nice soundtrack that makes the viewer feel immersed in the show.
Yuru Camp is basically K-On!, nine years later. Yes, you won't be seeing Gibson, and Fender here, but you'll still be seeing moe things, and get the CGDCT-feel you're always looking for.
Right off the bat, Nadeshiko is pretty much Yui in long, pink hair: klutzy, ditzy, airheadynamic moe. Then you'll still get four additional main CGDCT-shoujos, and all of them goes on about their everyday slice-of-moe-life.
And oh, Aki Toyosaki is also here of, as well.
So if you want to turn your heart as fluffy as marshmallow this 2018, look no further.
I've been to Venezia several times due to the ARIA saga and feel Yuru Camp got quite a bit of heritage. Its Nadeshiko is a girl who combines the likeness and silly nature of Mizunashi Akari with the enthusiasm of Aika S. Granzchesta and there is also a semi-autistic little girl a bit like Alice Carrol. Yuru Camp has the SoL, the CGDCT, the iyashikei, the scenery pr0n aspects, some celtic and some Choro Club like BGM (are they responsible or it just sounds similar to Aria BGM?) Generally Yuru Camp got all of that right, just like ARIA did, which is rare and already by the middle of 1st episode I was thinking that lake is sorely in need of a Servizio Gondole... read more
While Aria is about tour guides and Yuru Camp is about camping, both series focus on the daily lives of their characters, which ends up in the two having a very similar, enjoyable and relaxing atmosphere.
Also, it's a big coincidence that both have a wholesome pink-haired girl and a somewhat "serious" blue haired girl as protagonists.
Looking for Iyashikei (healing) anime?
Both of this series might be great, they are similiar in few ways;
• It's about cute girls doing some outdoor activities, though Yuru Camp mostly only focuses on the activities more; Yama no Susume focuses on the characters more.
• The scenery is beautiful, though the animations is pretty light for eyes. Suits for relaxing.
Yuru Yuri Nachuyachumi OVA features the Yuru Yuri cast going on a camping trip.
In both Yuru Camp and Yuru Yuri Nachuyachumi the cast of female students get together to have fun while camping.
Both are laid back and can be enjoyed casually.
The OVA can be enjoyed without having to watch the previous Yuru Yuri seasons.
Both Yuru Yuri and Yuru Camp feature a cast of female students.
Both are laid back and can be enjoyed casually (hence, 'Yuru').
Both feature the cast in a school club doing stuff together.
Both have a cast of fun characters with varying personalities (Yuru Yuri is more over the top, while Yuru Camp is more grounded with their personalities).
If you have missed the chill adventure that spice and wof brought to anime, then your next watch should be Yuru Camp.
I have time and time again have gone back to spice and wolf for the adventure they bring and Yuru Camp hits home with that feeling
Yuru Camp is basically K-on but:
- Adorable Kouhai
= 5 cute girls doing cute stuff
= Moe Girls
= club knows the real character of the adviser
+ Beautiful sights
+ Delicious Foods
Both shows have cute girls doing cute things and both deal with interaction between a group of girls (no boys allowed) and about trying something new (One about camping and another about manga drawing)
Yuru Camp is a show like medicine, in the dosage of one or two episodes a day it will give you a warm fuzzy feeling in your heart for the time you 'use' it, but the time after it ends and you have to stop taking the medicine you grew accustomed to can lead to cold withdrawal symptoms. So i'm here to fill the void with the first other show that is my original medicine for this problem and that newer viewer might not yet know, Hidamari Sketch. Hidamari Sketch has one large advantage over Yuru Camp and that is that it ran from 2007 - 2012 with at least one part releasing every year so it should give you a good amount of additional medicine to fill the void you may feel after the end of Yuru Camp.
Hidamari Sketch is similar in the way that you follow a bunch of highschoolers, but without the focus on school or in Hidamaris case not even on a club but just a bunch of girls living in the same apartment building. Hidamaris character design are different but similarly memorable (same character designer to well known Madoka Magica) and Hidamari has the very special property of being a Shaft show which in turn leads to some creative visual choices that always fit the show.
If you are in need for more of the stuff that made you feel fuzzy and you haven't watched Hidamari Sketch yet, you can stock up on your fuzzy medicine now! read more
They have the same feeling of Cute Girls doing Cute Things. But most important both deal with one of the girls (both shows focus on girls) as they discover something new and their feelings surprising people who already do what the are learning - probably regaining some part of wonder that led them to begin with. (in this case camping & making a video game)
Both also have some degree of comedy.
They have the same feeling of Cute Girls doing Cute Things. But most important both deal with one of the girls (both shows focus on girls) as they discover something new and their feelings surprising people who already do what the are learning - probably regaining some part of wonder that led them to begin with. (in this case camping & divination)
Both have a distinct aura in terms of scenery - breathtaking and gives watchers a feeling of relaxation. Both have some decree of comedy.
Although they are not similar in content; the relaxing feeling you gain from watching both of these series are just amazing. Both are definitely worth watching if you are looking to watch something laid back, although Barakamon is more heavy in detail towards the story compared to Yuru Camp
They have the same feeling of Cute Girls doing Cute Things. But most important both deal with one of the girls (both shows focus on girls) as they discover something new and their feelings surprising people who already do what the are learning - probably regaining some part of wonder that led them to begin with. (in this case camping & a theater troope)
Both have some decree of comedy.
I found both of them similar for how easy and relaxing they are to watch - I'd feel so much less stressed after an episode of each! They also both have really lovable female protagonists and, although Little Witch Academia has more of an overarching plot, both spend a lot of time focusing on the relationships between the cast.