Be it about one sided love or trying to fit a role that you feel is expected from you, Kuzu no Honkai and Yagate Kimi ni naru touch very similar themes. It is very hard not to compare the relation Yuu and Touko hold to the one Hanabi and Sanae have. The tone takes a lot of similarity as well in the way both anime are told from the point of view of a female main character who is struggling with understanding love and her own feeling. Their internal monologues are filled with sadness of how lost they are and how different from the rest of the people they feel they are.  read more
They both deal with the complexity of love maturely. They stand out as romantic dramas and are both very good, with characters who feel human and relationships that aren't superficial. Definitely recommend both.
in both animes theres the concept of 'if you fall in love we cant be together', the relationship between yuu and nanami is similar to hanabi's and sanae's in scums wish and both show the complexities of a lesbian relationship and a one sided relationship. if your a person who is into the idea that love is a complex thing u will definately enjoy kuzu no honkai more or less than u did with yagate kimi ni naru
Both are yuri, and have similar settings; I think Aoi Hana is the better of the two, granted, since while it is also slow boil, the heroines have a pre-existing friendship to build on rather than the suddenness Bloom Into You goes for.
These two yuri shows are far from your typical romance anime. Instead of having the main pair fall in love with each other right away, the series focus on the complex relationships between the characters and how their feelings develop. The side characters and their relationships are also an important aspect of the plot, whereas most romance anime predominantly focus on the main cast. If you're looking for a character-driven yuri series with plenty of development, you should definitely give these two a try.
They both approach Shoujo Ai in a mature and somewhat subtle way, all the while avoiding overused tropes and other pitfalls. They both feel very grounded in reality and never stoop so low as to rely on fanservice in order to sell the show.
Yagate Kimi ni Naru is a great Shoujo Ai and contains all the features of a forbidden lesbian relationship in a very conservative Japanese culture. Unlike the forbidden step-sister love of Citrus, Yagate Kimi ni Naru is confined to a first-year high schooler and her Senpai.
I definitely recommend watching both.
If you liked Citrus, Yagate Kimi ni Naru is an anime for you, a Shoujo Ai in genre, Yagate Kimi ni Naru keeps you engaged throughout the series, whereas I found Citrus sort of faded in quality after the first 4 or 5 episodes.
While Hibike! Euphonium isn't centered around romance, I think both have some similar themes such as hiding one's feelings and dealing with the struggles of growing up. Also, the main characters' personalities and interactions remind me of each other (Oumae being similar to Koito and Asuka being similar to Touko). Both shows reveal multiple facets of the main characters' personalities and touch on believable doubts, thoughts, and dreams that people might have in high school.
Though Hibike! Euphonium and Yagate Kimi ni Naru seem to be about pretty different things on the surface level, there actually are a lot of similarities between the two. Both shows seem to have the same sort of feeling while you're watching them, and they both heavily rely on character drama to drive the plot forward. More superficially, both are school-based drama's that place a large focus on a club activity, and both start with the main character's first year of high school. Though Yagate Kimi ni Naru displays more obvious LGBTQ+ elements, considering that a developing intimate relationships and romantic feelings between girls is at the core of the show, Hibike! Euphonium also contains its fair share of yuri undertones that will not disappoint. The art, animation, and sound of both these shows are also wonderful, and I highly recommend that if you enjoyed one of these shows, you should definitely check the other out! read more
To tell real feeling is difficult. Compulsion can't take this. Have you ever thought them? Yeah, me too.
Someone don't want to be ahead. Someone prioritize themselves. They have to deal with those before it becomes too late.
Both are different story and genre though, main characters relationship are similar. Kumiko and Asuka, Yuu and Nanami.
Kumiko and Yuu are junior who have sensitive heart. They really reliable for their age. So they can understand person's feeling.
Asuka and Nanami are very similar personalities and same voice actor. They are senior of both protagonists (Kumiko and Yuu).
They seems playful, but the truth is they have heavy sensation and pasts. They affect Kumiko and Yuu in all ways.
Both plot are serious and thought-provoking. In cooperation with beautiful art and animation, you'll pulled into both worldview.
HE is more touching style. YagaKimi is more dramatic style. Especially YagaKimi is slow placed, but wonderful storytelling.
As it attend to episodes, you'll know feature both of them. Both are extremely favorable shows for me. I hope you like it.
If anything, this recommendation is for HE 2. So I want you to watch first HE. Only after that can everything else begin. read more
Both anime tell us the story about two high school girls, who's fall in love with each other; Both are focusing on realistic relationship; Both main heroine are shy before they meet their love, which is strong and confident.
Both shows are very similar due to their slow pace, gradual exploration of the motivation and actions of the characters, as well as the rather subtle and attentive development of the romantic line. The main difference, of course, is that Yagate Kimi ni Naru is a melancholic shoujo-ai, and Oregairu, on the contrary, is a sarcastic school comedy with a male lead.
Moreover, I do not know whether it is intentional or not, but Touko and Yuu are so similar to Yukinon and Yui that sometimes it may seem like a yuri fanfic on Oregairu, especially considering the popularity of Yukinon/Yui pairing. In any case, if you liked Oregairu and you are not against the lesbian theme, then you will definitely enjoy this show. read more
Shows feature extremely similar topics, and if you like Yagate Kimi ni Naru, you will probably also enjoy its less popular predecessor.
Both shows cover a lot of romance between its two female protagonists but also takes on a lot of darker and deeper themes. Strawberry Panic, much like Yagate Kimi ni Naru, also has one of the characters being the president of the student council. Something that I enjoy about each of these shows is how little annoying drama there is apart from a few understandable characters. Strawberry Panic can be seen as a little outdated, but I recommend giving it a shot. read more
Both anime has shoujo ai, both have kiss scenes too, but sakura trick is a lot more aggressive and also both are trying to hide their relationships from friends and family members.
I recommend watching both if you liked either one.
Maybe not similar in plot, but definately similar in many other ways
-beautiful story and plot
-wonderful plot changes
just another great love anime, I recommend it whole heartedly
Yagate Kimi ni Naru is about self-acceptance and growth through romantic love. 3-gatsu no Lion is also about self-acceptance and growth, this time through the the warmest care I've ever seen animated, given by our 3 sisters who more or less adopts our main character into their household. Over time he learns to take care of himself, realises his identity, and in turn can begin to care for others.
Both are stories about two girls and their relationship, also, the direction of YagaKimi is inspired by Naoko Yamada's (the director of Liz to Aoi Tori) to an extent i.e. with the focus on body language and specific body parts in telling the story. Furthermore, both use visual metaphor in service of expanding upon the explicit narrative portrayed.
I wonder what is love? There was a time when I thought it. At least love is valuable like jewel.
Even if their relation don't develop true love, their determined heart never change. Forever.
Both are literally beautiful shows. Once again, beautiful. Visuals are overwhelming quality.
Kotarou and Nanami fall in love with each Akane and Yuu. YagaKimi case isn't just love. It's complicated love.
They are similar mental state, socializing, and dialogues. Really lighthearted. At the same time, it feel so sad.
Because of it reveals fact in a certain episode. No more can be said. Please see for yourself.
Nevertheless, both have excellent plot twist. It seems to contradict, think positively.
Tsuki ga Kirei is pure love story. YagaKimi is women romance. Both are very similar tone and direction.
If you loved Tsuki ga Kirei's everything, and have a tolerance for Shoujo Ai genre, Yagakimi is exist for you.
As the Moon, So beautiful. You'll fascinated with them. And then, Bloom Into You. read more
Do you want to watch a show that covers a wide swath of LGBT issues with relative seriousness and delve into numerous different ideas about human identity? Do you enjoy shows that revel in quiet softness and faint, sad smiles? Of course you do, and both Hourou Musuko and Yagate Kimi ni Naru do exactly these things.
A twin tailed freshwoman girl gets entangled into the student council due to the insistence of a hot long black haired second year girl, Yumi and Sachiko's school is a Catholic girls only, while Yuu's and Touko's is secular and mixed genre.
Both are also romantic shoujo ai, Yumi and Sachiko are very close to each other, due to the more solemn ambiance of Maria-sama, but never crosses the line to overt lesbian love; Touko's love is more unidirectional in the first part of Bloom into You, and Yuu is mostly indifferent at the start of the anime.
Maria-sama ga Miteru has a expansive cast and gives more time to the relationships and problems of the other girls, but Yagate Kimi ni Naru is mostly focused in the main pairing of Yuu and Touko.  read more