Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na!


Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!

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Alternative Titles

English: Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!
Synonyms: Hands off the Motion Pictures Club!
Japanese: 映像研には手を出すな!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 6, 2020 to Mar 23, 2020
Premiered: Winter 2020
Broadcast: Mondays at 00:10 (JST)
Licensors: Crunchyroll
Studios: Science SARU
Source: Manga
Genres: AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy
Theme: SchoolSchool
Demographic: SeinenSeinen
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 8.151 (scored by 100342100,342 users)
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Ranked: #3652
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Popularity: #663
Members: 260,821
Favorites: 2,941

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Both shows follow young people wanting to become animators, making anime. Both shows give a chance to look into anime-making while having great humour. 
report Recommended by Lopika
Both shows contain childish imagination, experimental visuals, and frenetic/outlandish elements in their respective worlds. 
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Both shows involve a protagonist with a lofty goal, and the group of people she ropes in to help make the dream a reality. The series' revolve around how they can achieve and realize the goal, along with the antics the groups get into along the way. They both have a sense of adventure (though Sora yori more so) and and have theme of youthful hope and achievement.  
report Recommended by DrowningEel
Both anime focuses on main characters trying to follow their passion in the arts where Eizouken is trying to make anime and Bakuman is trying to make manga. Both anime delves into the details of the trials and challenges of making their passion become a reality. Eizouken is a bit more dreamworld-like with a stronger focus on friendship and growing up while Bakuman has a stronger focus on romance and inter-personal relationships. Bakuman has pretty cool storyline-ceptions, it makes you want to read the mangas that the main characters come up with while Eizouken is very kind to show you the finished product at the  read more 
report Recommended by MagicPotato98
Funny slice of life with little gilrs writing manga, its very similar to eizouken  
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The whole vibe coming from Asakusa made me remember Dennou Coil almost immediately, despite the topics of the shows are kinda different, they still have many things in common. I was surprised when I didn't find Masaaki Yuasa in Dennou coil staff  
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The main similarity here is the sketchy but intentional art style and feel, as well as the very detailed world design. Tekkon Kinkreet is far more psychological and darker than Eizouken, but both have very elaborate and imaginative worlds. I often wanted to pause and just take in the details of the backgrounds, as there are many times where it would be impossible to pick up on everything the first time around. 
report Recommended by Xaeveax
While not having a storyline similarities, I'm sure fans of Eizouken will be entertained by watching Shinkai too - as with Eizouken it's filled with with awesomely animated shots of beautifuly designed world fueled by fantasy. And with some anime girls thrown in such world, of course. 
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Experts. Surprisingly similar Eizouken and Dr Stone both have similar characters and start points. Experts in a particular field (science and animation) and mentalists type characters who use underhanded tricks to get what they want. Although Dr Stone is about humans getting turned into stone. Eizouken is about making anime. But all these characters have to start from scratch in their journey. Both are good comedy anime, though Dr Stone is sci-fi compared to Eizouken's s.o.l 
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The most passionate. Eizouken and Chuunibyou both follow extremely passionate MCs with a real eager attitude presented towards what they love. Though plots differ, Eizouken's Asakusa and Chuunibyou's Rikka are both inspired by interested in anime and chuunibyous respectively, so much so that they both take up the adventure of spending time doing what they love for a bigger goal at hand. Both anime are very good comedies with Eizouken being dubbed the love letter to anime, whilst Chuunibyou questions the difference between delusions and reality. 
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Niche interests. Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken and Diary of Our Days at the Breakwater both follows a small group of girls associated with clubs that revolve around a niche activity. Eizouken being anime making, Breakwater being fishing. Similar characters too with the somewhat manipulative people: moneymaker Kanamori and club leader Kuroiwa. Both are good anime with Eizouken being a great adventure, whilst Breakwater is more of cgdct. 
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Trio. Although Minami-ke and Eizkouen have their major differences, both do follow a trio of girls in their lives together filled with funny and interesting moments to spare. Minami-ke does that with the Minami sisters daily lives, Eizouken does this with the Eizouken club forming in order to create an anime as a goal. Both are pretty funny s.o.l comedy anime I would give a go, I recommend Eizouken more but Minami-ke is still pretty funny in it's own right. Another thing to add is that Eizouken does have a main goal to it compared to a semi-episodic Minami-ke. All in all, a fun trip with both.  
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A real passion. My Hero Academia and Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken has quite similar characters, being, Midoriya and Asakusa. Both characters have gained inspiration from something they have loved, MHA with Midoriya being superheroes. Eizouken with Asakusa being anime. These characters go out of their way to expand on this dream with their classmates in hopes of reaching higher levels. Though plots aren't similar, both are good school comedy, with MHA being full of action and Eizouken being about creating anime. 
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Both are shows about the trials and joy that can be found in creative media, anime in the case of eizouken and radio for nami. Both also gain much of their attraction from their casts of interesting characters. The most obvious difference comes from the characters as well: while eizouken's protagonists are high schoolers, nami's are young adults in the working world, giving the shows substantially different tones. 
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Same director, both are about people doing what they are passionate about in their teenage years and both have that kind of quirky make you think plot. Overall if you like Eizouken you will probably like Ping Pong. It isn't as upbeat though. 
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Different perspectives and inspirations on the art of painting and drawing 
report Recommended by Pedro_Z
Despite all desavantages try to keep working in your passion, is the main subject on this series. The use of Sonoplasty in both shows is similar. The way the story change into reality and fantasy happen in both shows. 
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Both Save World And Funny Three MC And Parody Gintama and Eizouken Eizouken Story for school club Gintama Story For Save World 
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While those two shows are overall pretty different (Yuru Camp is very laid-back, relaxed and light-hearted while Eizouken is very energetic, over-the-top and at the same time adressing the characters' struggles in a funny yet also quite serious manner), they still have some similarities I noticed since the first episode. -Both shows are about high school girls who have been reunited through their passion for a particular activity (camping for Yuru Camp and animation for Eizouken) -In both shows, we follow the characters as they work for their club -Both heroines (Nadeshiko Kagamihara and Asakusa Midori) are very energetic and pratically living for their passion,  read more 
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Art. Art is a monumental topic in human history, being responsible for the many visual pleasures that currently exist, such a field of study takes young ones a trip, a grand trip into the vast ocean of everything art, animation, sculptures, paintings, you name it. Such captivated individuals co-exist within Eizouken and Nihon Ekaki. This idea that one will take art to become a life passion has never been beautifully represented like the two anime currently recommended. The actual drag by hand Eizouken trips the viewer into, understanding the mental process of imagination from our trio of girls. Nihon Ekaki, instead, showcasing life in the raw flesh,  read more 
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Both shows are similarly built in abstract worlds that pull you in at first glance. They grasp the feel of unimaginable places, drawings, and...well...imagination. With unpredictably hilarious characters, I believe both shows can grasp your heart in many ways. 
report Recommended by fragileone22
Eizouken and Mob Psycho are pretty different in terms of tone and subject matter, but where they both shine is in their animation. The teams of both have a clear passion for and deep respect of art and animation, and give unique spins to their styles to accentuate different aspects. Eizouken's sketchy sequences which blend imagination and reality are breathtakingly beautiful and extremely fun, while MP100 uses techniques like paint-on-glass to capture an ethereal and otherworldly vibe. Humor is pretty similar for both series. Often, they will take "realistic" set-ups and exaggerate them for the sake of comedy, while still maintaining a down-to-earth feeling and sincere  read more 
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We're Easy Breezy. Everything will be fine. Because of Easy Breezy. Both were made by the same director "Masaaki Yuasa". Eccentric and unique animation, very likable characters, original atmospheres. The plot and genres are very different, but the school setting is the same. Watashi and Kanamori have kinda similar personalities. They're interesting. As perfection, Yojouhan has a proper ending than Eizouken. But no matter. Eizouken has same soul with Yojouhan IMO. Really flesh. If you're a big fan of Yuasa or Yojouhan's creator, definitely you'll love Eizouken. I hope you like it. 
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Both anime focuses on main characters trying to follow their passions where Eizouken is trying to make anime and Sakura-sou are about individuals living in an apartment each trying to strive for their dreams. Both anime delves into the details of the trials and challenges of making their passion become a reality. Sakura-sou is a bit more feelsy and for an older audience compared to Eizouken which is more dreamworld-like with a stronger focus on friendship and growing up. Animation style is incredible in both and is quite different, Eizouken is more concept-art and almost Dreamworks-like while Sakura-sou is more No game no life like  read more 
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They are both anime about a creative group of rather unusual girls. I think they are interesting/ intended for the same kind of people, that want to see how female characters come out of their shell and do something that amazes other people. For me, both needed some time to grow on me. 
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Wacky animations, imaginative ideas, and a sense of childlike wonder. If any of these things appeal to you, then look no further than these two. They both give off a similar vibe, being directed by Yuasa. They are generally very jolly, with some of the best facial expressions in anime. The music really helps with the atmosphere as well. They both have a good balance of comedy, contemplative moments, and light drama, but nothing too heavy. If you want to watch something that reminds you of a dream-filled childhood, you can't go wrong with either. 
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Genshiken is about an anime-manga-viewers university club, and Eizouken is the-making-of-Daicon-III but setted in a school club. I think they are similar beacuse both series have the otaku essence and a lot of references to many anime, movies and people who work in this industry.  
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Both Windy Tales and Eikouzen take advantage of a unique aesthetic, and in some ways the feeling of the two shows are very similar, though who knows if Windy Tales served as inspiration or not. Eikouzen in particular seems to have some kind of fondness or nostalgia for the sentimentality and atmosphere of certain anime in the mid-2000s and Windy Tales is situated firmly in that time period. Anyone who is enjoying Eikouzen will probably find Windy Tales also enjoyable for its aesthetic.  
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Eromanga Sensei has a big harem sex whatever thing going on, but in the end it still has a whole second plot story going on about a writer writing, and an artist arting. It explores interests with interesting characters, which Eizouken does as the main focus of the show. 
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Anime production, in-depth! showing deep production of how anime made, by students. While Animegataris is messier and comedy focused, but Eizouken is more of a serious matter on how anime production works. 
report Recommended by honoka448
Do you like watching teenagers that have found their calling? Eizouken showed us girls who loves creating anime and that formed a band, just like guys from Beck did. Both shows are about young people who start as no-names and their road to success. That feeling of making something grand and special is focal point for both Eizouken and Beck. 
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Both shows celebrate anime as a medium and feature the creation process of independently produced anime films.  
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At face value, these seem very different - one is a full series while the other is only six minutes long. However, the jist is the same - the characters' imagination is drawn out in front of them and they build the worlds in which they adventure themselves. In Jumping, you don't actually see the MC on screen, as it is shot in first person. Both animes are also directed by anime legends - Jumping's Osamu Tezuka and Eizouken's Masaaki Yuasa. Both animes are also incredibly beautiful and are all about setting.  
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Both are "anime about making anime" with a "yes we can" spirit to make this complex process happen. Eizouken has emphasis on the creative and artistic process and juvenile protagonists, where Kuromi-chan focuses on the industry and features young adult professionals. Both shows have a positive world view, fast pace, and uplifting message. In both, most protagonists have some odd personality traits considered typical for otaku. 
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