Shin no Nakama ja Nai to Yuusha no Party wo Oidasareta node, Henkyou de Slow Life suru Koto ni Shimashita


Banished From The Hero's Party, I Decided To Live A Quiet Life In The Countryside

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Synonyms: Banished from the Hero's Party, I Decided to Live a Quiet Life in the Countryside, I Was Kicked out of the Hero's Party Because I Wasn't a True Companion so I Decided to Have a Slow Life at the Frontier
Japanese: 真の仲間じゃないと勇者のパーティーを追い出されたので、辺境でスローライフすることにしました
English: Banished From The Hero's Party, I Decided To Live A Quiet Life In The Countryside
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Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 6, 2021 to Dec 29, 2021
Premiered: Fall 2021
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 22:30 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Source: Light novel
Genres: AdventureAdventure, FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Ranked: #43202
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Popularity: #809
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Both MC's run an apothecary in a slow life isekai. Cheat Kusushi is very fluffy with its vibrant pastel colour palette and lighthearted mood whereas Shin no Nakama has a lot more going on in moods but with a heavier plot in turn making it more serious compared to. Shin no Nakama has intense, grueling, and violent scenes as each episode continues on its plot whereas Cheat Kusushi is full on fluff in its more episodic storytelling. There is a little bit of drama in some episodes of Cheat Kusushi and Shin no Nakama does have its share of lighthearted banter as well so there is a bit  read more 
report Recommended by BonBonToro
in both, we follow the MC who's got banned from the hero's party.  
report Recommended by Smachibe
Both of them are well written stories about a man and a woman trying to live a peaceful life. I was searching something similiar to Spice And Wolf and surprisingly this one has very much in common. Shin no Nakama is lighter tho but it deosn't mean its just as any fantasy/isekai these days. There is in both some drama, romance and "working thing" (dunno how to describe it in English). I tell ya - if u enjoyed one of them you probably enjoy the other one. I higly recommend them both! 
report Recommended by Poloniavick
Similarities: Both involves MCs who got fired from their party. Both were able to find their own fortunes and become good at it. Both MCs tries to keep a low profile , faith says otherwise. Dissimilarities: Kaiko Sareta: The MC found out later on that he really never belong to his kind in the first place. The MC found out what he's capable off , something that he never learned when he was with his own kind. The MC tries to keep a low profile , but faith has it that he is destine to achieve great feats . Shin no Nakama: After getting the boot from his own party, he retires  read more 
report Recommended by Horn_dawg_2019
Similarities - Both MCs are/were heroes - Both MCs leave the hero party and pursue a quiet life - Both MCs open up a business - Weird strange of events occur at this new business and MC has to adapt Differences - hero's party MC is kicked out of the party VS Yuusha ni MC finishes his hero duties - MC in hero's party runs an apothecary VS MC in Yuusha ni runs an consumer electronics store 
report Recommended by ST63LTH
Main characters are pharmasists, who run their own pharmacy, with help of friends 
report Recommended by Houonin_Kyouma
both have op protagonist who just want a break from things and want do slow life stuff. but end being dragged by the side characters 
report Recommended by anustubh
Protagonist establishes a business in a remote village. Has mostly a SOL feel with some adventuring and fights. 
report Recommended by VenomEmperor
These shows are a mirror image of each other, so similar but with wildly different outcomes. Both shows are set in worlds that have heavy fantasy/action elements, but those elements are secondary. The main focus of each show is the characters and how their relationships develop over the course of the show, whilst also focusing on character development from the past. There's also a heavy through-line of fighting fate in both. In SukaSuka, it's the fate of the Leprechauns to sacrifice themselves to fight the Beasts roaming the surface of Earth, in Banished it's Ruti's fate to be the Hero and defeat the demons for the  read more 
report Recommended by MakesYouSick
Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level Is very similar to this show. Similarities: Powerful people wanting peaceful lives. Homely feeling and helping people around Protecting people trying not to be OP Stories are very different though but the protagonists can be similar  
report Recommended by cheyaposha
Powerful underdog mc doing cute things with thier lovers and figuring out their own strength.  
report Recommended by ima_monstaa
Similarities - Both MCs underestimate their strength/hide their powers - Both MCs want to live a quiet life away from conflict - However, both MCs find themselves as a target of trouble and conflict Differences - Daily life of Immortal King is in a chinese, cultivation universe VS Banished from hero's party is in a fantasy/RPG universe. - Daily life of Immortal King MC is a god who studies at a cultivation academy VS Banished form hero's party MC is an adventurer who was exiled from a powerful team now runs an apothecary. 
report Recommended by ST63LTH
I can name a few things similar of both series: Fantasy world where Demon Lord and The Hero destinated to fight each other, Plot progression and the appearance tendency of the plot, I-have-watched-for-the-plot, loveable characters, comfortable enjoyment, calm world building,... I would recommend one to the other's fans. 
report Recommended by SgtBateMan
Ok, this recommendation is a little out of place, but I am here to share the message that both these anime contain wholesome and very real relationships between two equally important characters. Not something is seen every day. Watch for a great romance anime <3  
report Recommended by NextUniverse
both a similar vibe. slice of life in another world. 
report Recommended by sir_Sockless
Similarities - Both MCs have exceptional talent for their circumstances - Both MCs are considered failures and are exiled - Both MCs live a quiet life away from 'conflict' - Trouble eventually finds them again and their quiet lives slowly end Differences - Rakudai is set in a magic academy for girls VS Banished from hero's party is set in an apothecary in a quiet border town. - Rakudai is about magic warfare VS Banished from hero's party is about medicinal remedies/drugs 
report Recommended by ST63LTH
Similarities - Both MCs leave the city and try to live a quiet life in the county side (gardener/chemist) - Both MCs are powerless in their current world - Both MCs isekai from modern day Japan/China to fantasy world - Both MCs become center of attention after an event Differences - MC in hero's party is knowledgeable about medicine VS MC in Spirit Seed Manual is knowledgeable about the typical isekai - MC in Spirit Seed Manual gets caught up with powerful beings VS MC in hero's party lives quiet life with the people in his village - MC in hero's party hides his powers VS MC in Spirit Seed Manual has  read more 
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The relationship in both is unbelievably wholesome. It's not every day both couples get an equal amount of respect (although to be fair, Shin no Nakama does a better job than Senko-san). Whilst they are, indeed, both vastly different stories, one cannot deny the impeccable relationship present. From good communication to understanding one another to get through with daily life, these two anime know what it is like to have a great pairing that not alone works well, but makes your heart go doki-doki. I guess the only thing to be aware of though, is that Senko-san is far less romantic compared to Shin no Nakama. What  read more 
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