The main characters are both really similar in character and quest-- learning about emotions. The visuals are both astounding and absolutely amazing soundtrack. Both slowly paced, equally excelling in character development and makes you realize how colorful the world can be (literally!) Warning: prepare some tissues
the difference is between this show is the story narrated
-Violet Evergarden emphasized the main character and met many people as Auto Memories Doll
-Irozuku Sekai no Ashita kara focus attention on main character and their friend from Magic, art &
photography club, which falls into the romance category for a younger audience
both anime is Coming-of-age story is a genre of literature and film that focuses on the growth of a protagonist from youth to adulthood
Both shows focus on the protagonist who has lost some sort of basic human ability (In Irozuka it's the ability to see any colour wheres in VE it's human emotions). It is through the interactions with others that the protagonist starts to gain them
* Both main characters have confusions with their lives trying to find the answers they seek and the meanings of life making a step forward to “change” feel the emotions and see the world from a Different perspective
* both stories are calm ,beautiful and emotional
* Besides The artwork is so pretty !
I'm 100% sure that if you enjoyed one, you'll enjoy the other!
- The art is just as perfect in both of them, obviously
- Both plots focus on High School life, friendship and romance
- Both anime seem like funny and relaxing slice of life shows, but they are actually full of deep meanings and convey beautiful messages
- P.A. works original
- similar staff
- Yanagi Nagi ED song
- wide, vibrant, and beautiful art and color palette
- beautiful soundtrack (so far)
- school, fantasy setting
- world-building will likely be as good as Nagi, if not better. It definitely has more potential than Nagi's, given that time travel is involved.
- (most likely) will also turn into a drama and romance
- main character in Irozoku has parallels with Tsumugu; she is essentially a female version of him
- The female main character will likely undergo lots of character development throughout the series, similar to Hikari in Nagi no Asukara
Mahoutsukai no Yome and Irozuku Sekai no Ashita kara have a similar vibe when watching both shows. They share a similar vibrant color palette and have a very whimsical way of putting great attention to detail to the background and foreground art in each scene. The setting in both shows are similar, a modern day society where magic is an accepted thing in society and mages live amongst normal people. If you're looking for a world that you can get absorbed into, I would recommend both shows.
-About a love story
-Overcoming there personal identity.
-Overcoming there personal indemnity of there past.
-Creating meaningful friendship along the way.
-Creative POV of the main characters how they see the world <3
Overall a 86% correlation if i have to say ~
While it seems like the most obvious similarity is that both shows feature a photography club in school that is the backdrop for a romance, you can draw comparisons of the female leads and the side characters in both shows as well. Teresa (Tada-kun) and Hitomi (IRODUKU) are both entering an environment they are not used to, Teresa being from another country and Hitomi being from a different era. The side characters in both shows seem to have romantic interests inside the club as well, but with the other members.
Tada-kun and Irozuku center on a new girl from another country (Teresa Wagner) or another era (Hitomi Tsukishiro) who have contact with the main boy in strange situations before officially presentating each other, and of course you know that they'll end up together in one or another way.
Main male character Tada and Aoi are depicted as cold and completely focused in their hobby, Mitsuyoshi with photography and Yuito with art. Both of them are in the Photography Club of their schools with more friends, though in IroDuku, Aoi is the only one in the art section.
The big divergence is in the content of their stories, IroDuku is much more dramatic and ambitious, Tada-kun is much more relaxed, but also never got the ambition and has lazy characters. read more
Both of these shows include a white/silver haired female protagonist traveling back in time; this decision being made by another character in the show. Another aspect these two have in common is the fact that there is a group of other characters who later on become friends with the female protagonist. Romance is prominently seen in both series. Both incorporate the school setting.
Both of these shows are slow-paced slice of life rom-coms that rely heavily on their gorgeous production values and warm, comforting atmosphere, taking place in worlds in which everybody is the nicest, most welcoming person possible. If you're looking to re-capture that simple joy, these shows have you covered.
Both have this kind of disability that plays a big role in the anime and with how the main girl develops.
Both also have nice cinematography and ost.
I really like both these animes as they have that light hearted feeling although the age gap in both animes are different they're both somehow similar.
These shows remind me of one another not only because they feature magic, but because they use magic as a symbol for the characters' inner beauty and strength. The characters leave their homes, become independent, find a mentor, develop friendships, help others and we see them grow from each experience. Without the fantastical aspects, these shows feature relatable and believable experiences of growing up.
- Time travel.
- Girl, meets boy!
- Contemporary setting.
- Low fantasy. Supernatural household.
- Pretty visuals with lots of gloss and shininess, full of aqua, sky blue and green
With more to come
- Beautiful art, animation and so colorful
- Someone from the future (Nerawareta Gakuen is a boy, Irozuku Sekai is a girl)
- Magic involved
- Drama, love, life
- and more to go...
if you have watched Nerawareta Gakuen, you must feel that they have the same vibe especially when the person from the future is actually related to someone in the past (as in family, connected) and it will be turn into drama
Both Ano-Hana and Irozuku Sekai are similar in the following:
- both have a bittersweet feeling throughout the anime
- both protagonists do not belong in the time/place they are in
- Menma being a ghost and Hitomi (Irozuku) being from the future
- about friendship with a hint of romance
- both animes ended similarly (no further spoilers!)
- the main pairs had a special connection between them that no one else had
- in Irozuku the protagonist is lacking something that makes her different (her lack of emotions and her inability to see colours) while in Ano-Hana the protagonst, Menma, is a ghost hence nobody except one person can see her
- these situations set the stage for the sad yet happy situations
If you liked the bittersweet feeling in one, you will definitely find it the other read more
Both anime are very similar on way of main characters dealing with their own problems and with problems from group of people sometimes the closest one to them. Both are also about young high school students that are experiencing first love, difficulities in friendship and a bit of family drama.