similar storiy..a drama and romance type..where the girL has an iLLness that cant easily be cured but she accepted that and what awaits her untiL a guy came into his life abd changed her sights and beliefs about life.=p
There's Love and along with that comes Sadness.
2 Young people fall in love, but make things difficult for each other. Whether it's because they don't know, or they just want attention. Soon after spending time with each other, they begin to experience new feelings and enjoy their lives. The endings may be somewhat different but they're still very touching and well thought-out :]
Both shows have somewhat similar in the plot with love,tragedy and sadness are the main ingredients. This is apply to the couples Renji x Chihiro and Yuuichi x Rika, which the lead male must choose between abandon or stay with his loved one.
Each series has it own breathtaking and tear-jerky moments which are key points to make a great drama, romance show.
Prior to KimiUso, Hantsuki was an earlier anime that also dealt with the very similar theme of a boy falling in love with a girl who suffers from serious illness. Both shows handle the theme just as well. KimiUso is a longer show, as it also deals with a classical music themed story, the protagonist's backstory, a larger cast of characters, and a wider variety of settings, whereas Hantsuki is shorter, more straight-to-the-point, focused on the two leads' relationship and her illness (which it goes into more detail about), and is mostly set in a hospital. Both shows have a similarly sad mood (with occasional comedy along the way), though Hantsuki feels a bit more optimistic. read more
What are you willing to sacrifice for the one you love? Both anime emphasize the difficulty of spending most of your life in hospital for the two female MC's in both anime who suffer from serious illness. Love at first site, struggles of male MC's who suddenly find themselves in a situation where they might lose the ones they love and even tho Noboru Sora has only 6 episodes it will still leave you with a sense of fulfillment as any other 24 episodes long anime.
For those who like romance You will enjoy both anime so be sure to check them out.
Both are Romance anime with heavy dramatic tone and little to no comedy. Both deal with romance between a somewhat troubled guy and a girl with near terminal illness. Both of them also deal with issues like death and what it means to lose loved ones although through secondary characters in Hantsuki. While Shigatsu is based around music Hantsuki is based around hospital.
Both series are tales of romance that takes tragedy and emotional turns and thus aimed more at mature audiences.
Both anime(s) also deals with the hospital that reflects on the tragedy some characters has been through. Thus, there are some psychological theme in both series.
But then, there are also comedy, drama, and of course romance. In the end, both these series shows realism and if you're looking for a serious anime, then both anime(s) might be right for you.
Both deal with tragic events involving romance; Two people that just can't be together, or so, the plot is about how they try to stay together even with their circumstances. Same atmosphere I guess you could say; both bittersweet. If you're sensitive enough, you'll cry with these anime.
both are tragical....
you will be touched by the story...
but i think HanTsuki is more touching since the story has already shown the development in relationship between the main characters.
but i highly recommend you to watch these two!
If u wanna cry... or if u like bittersweet stories...
just be sure to have tissues ready!
Both of these stories are sad. Romance~ Two people like each other, but they aren't destined to be together forever. Both of the main characters struggle to take action. There's a bit of regret and feeling of loneliness. Kind of have the same atmosphere.
In my opinion, the most similar thing about these two anime is that both of them are very realistic. With the small town set up and emphasis on surroundings, their presentation seems similar too. Both shows have a little melancholic endings, for which different type of people tend to have different interpretations.
both are sweet animes about death. Shinigami no Ballad is about a shinigami choosing whose life to take by watching the human live. Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora is a romantic story about a girl who didnt have much time to live. if you liked any of these 2 animes, then you will surely like the other one.
They both aired on the same block. They both have a very laid back atmosphere in spite of how pathos driven they can be at points. Both have similar sounding OPs/EDs performed by the same artist in their respective shows.
Both are short but pretty forward going romance drama animes.
While Hanbun has a very realistic setting with a girl that suffers from an illness, Triya goes more in the sci-fi genre giving us some military aspects and a bit comedy too with a mysterious girl that has mental and physical unstableness.
Also a bit more trivial but both female lead characters have a very similar hair color.
The main character of both by chance meets a young lady who is very ill. Despite the fact their time with the girl is short lived they make the most of it and fight for her to have the best memories to the bitter end.
The relationship between main characters and its development are quite similar, as well as overall mood and atmosphere. So, if you like one of this anime mainly for its drama part and mood (and not the setting, because they are absolutely different), there is a high chance, that you will also like the other one.
Two great short series that I enjoyed watching so hence this recommendation. The similarities of these two anime involves:
- thrilling drama
- tragic love
- light toned comedy
- tense/touching scenes
dramatics beyond belief (you are kept constantly on the edge of your seat), extremely bittersweet taste, leaving u feeling reflective. deep deep dramas on the human essence of life and aspects of life.....powerful
Both are really sad in the romantic and dramatic way....
If you like Romance and drama with some heartbreaking moments, you'll like this one!
Dissimilarity: Angel beats have action genre which HnTgNS don't have, Angel beats has 12 episodes and Angel beats are more focused on Comedy and The Action genre more than Romance but when The Romance is shown in Angel beats... you'll sheet tears.. (The last part with the genre was my own opinion ^_^)
What if you could fulfill the last wish of someone you love? To what lengths would someone go to grant this last wish. Both series explore these concepts and slowly the viewer finds out more about the characters as the series progress. There is also a persuasive melancholy through the entire piece.
Tragedy brings sorrow, and sorrow brings tears. Both of these series are emotional and although short, are touching pieces of work. Additionally, the interactions between the MC and the heroine are filled with drama, emotions, comedy, and even romance.
If you liked very touching stories filled with love, like Clannad ~After Story~. Then Hanbu no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora would make it as another ideal anime that you should watch! Unlike Clannad ~After Story~, it's straight to the point without dragging it too long, explaining the short 6 episodes of the anime itself. A great short story!
Both are really sad in the romantic and dramatic way....
If you like Romance and drama with some heartbreaking moments, you'll like this one!
Dissimilarity: Clannad after story is the second season in The Clannad serie (suggest to watch both seasons though first season isn't very sad) while HnTgNS is only one season with 6 episodes while The Clannad serie keeps over 20 episodes each season.
The main characters in both series are attempting to figure out their goals in life, but also find themselves dealing with situations most high school students don’t deal with. Both young men are in a romantic relationship with a female of their own age which helps to shape the direction they plan to take their lives after high school.
Both are very unique and awesome drama animes. They both have the "drop" trap in one of the earlier episodes, I've actually dropped both of them there. However, the real patient watchers will be highly rewarded. Plus they both start with the letter H XD
Both have romance and love. Both stories have some aspect of an issue in the relationship that could cause serious concerns. The romance is very similar as well as the conflicted emotions they are feeling.
This movie is based off the book Yuuichi and Rika read - Night on The Galactic Railroad. Although the anime themselves are not very similar, it's worth looking into if you want to know more of the story mentioned in this anime.
Toradora! and Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora look similar to me, first of all because of the art style. Then, because one of the main characters falls in love with the other one without him/her noticing it. After this, the one who falls in love acts giving him/her all to have the other person. Toradora! is way better (to my eyes) because it's also kinda comedy-ish and has humour through it, but Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora it's more like a drama through it all but, in the end, all that matters is the love the main characters feel for each other.
Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora is about a teenage boy who contracts Hep A and ends up in the hospital, isolated from his family and friends. He meets another patient, a beautiful moody teenage girl, and they grow closer, but she doesn't have much time left to live. Hotarubi no Mori e is about a young girl who gets lost in a magical forest and meets a spirit, who she is not allowed to touch or he'll disappear. Both are tragic love stories, and are heart-wrenching to watch.
Both anime feature the romance genre. The story of the two are relatively similar, even though Hanbun may not have the magic element to it. Both anime started with a strong story which evolved into a moderately bittersweet ending. Good if you like 'touching' type endings. Those who have watched one are encouraged to watch the other.
Its pure romance.
Boy meets girl, girl meets boy.
They both get to know each other, and over some drama, some side stories,
they ended up dating and they both encourages each other,
what interesting is, the characters background stories, character development and how they feel towards each other. Lovey dovey scenes included!
Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru doesn't have anything related to zombies or the undead, but the love story moves on the same plot. Both anime tell about how the main protagonist treasures someone they love and how he tries to solve her problem.
Even though I have a bright future ahead of me , I'm willing to stay here with her for the rest of my life!!
In both show, the main couple has show strong bond, if not affection, for each other. In one show there is a realistic tearflooding reason. In the other show however, the reason is picked randomly from the book of random humor 1998. I will throw away every single bit of my dream!! (as NASA scientists or whatever) Jvzt 2 b w|th h3r!!
Both are heartwreching tragedy themed series, set in similar surroundings and with similar characters.
The story is narrated from the young male lead's point of view, who becomes fascinated by a sick girl who rests very near to him. The male leads are in similar contrast to the girl in that they aren't in prime health, but have a future in front of them and know when they will leave their hospital surroundings, while the girl is, in each case, clinging to her memories, trying to live as best as she can under her conditions in the now, and awayting the inevitable death. For the girl, the boy becomes both her escape and her tie to reality.
But despite the similarities, they both are distinct series with characters strong in their own right, with different motives.
Both series are shoujo, meaning they are strongly focused on humans and emotions. Hanbun no tsuki is longer, but as far as series go, it's still short.
Hotori and Hanbun no tsuki are very close to each other in plot, theme and execution. If you liked one of them, you'll almost certainly like the other. read more
Both series are romance-drama hybrids that contain very defined, realistic characters. The male leads go through a vaguely similar struggle that deals more with themselves than with others, and both use stories as symbolism (although Hanbun uses a real book instead of a fictional story written by the lead).
Putting together the recommendation is difficult without giving spoilers, yet both deal with similar themes that if one has seen one I think they'll know what I'm talking about. Both are also about the struggle of accepting said theme and the denial which goes along with it.
In Hanbun we cant see supernatural demonic stuff like in Chrno but the similar moments are in the drama,the same love between a boy and girl threaten by the death..and their happiness is limited within short amount of time.
You won't be able to see to much simmarites in the Anime & OVA until a little bit into them. They are both really Heartbeaking romance stories. Allthough Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora is directed more towards the teenage audience and Progressive is something alright for everyone to see.. They are both great shows and both have the potential to bring out your tears.
* Simillar Feeling to them both at times
Fans of one will surely love the other.. The Anime & OVA are both great and it is truly a great loss not to see either of them.. Never mind the slow start on the OVA, Keep watching..  read more
Both of the main characters are ill and don't have much time left to live. But they both have some one special by their side. A special person that they can talk to who's also helping them out -making sure that they're happy :]
Both anime deal with sad stories, but have plenty of funny moments too. Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora is similar to the arc of Kanon centered around Shiori, for they are both about a girl with a fatal disease. Coincidentally, the action of both series takes place during winter and the main character is a guy called Yuuichi.