Both animes deal with a group of students trying to keep thier own clubs alive by trying to get new members and apparently both were complete with some troubles with the Students Council as well.
Both are different clubs though, but both were extremely enjoyable and relaxing, and lets not forget funny XD
Both series revolves around a group of friends in a club doing fun things that they enjoy.
Both series takes place in a school life setting where every day presents a new challenge that brings drama, joy, and also sometimes emotions.
Both series are lighthearted and has a similar feeling, the feeling of enjoying life at its fullest with the activities you do with your friends.
Both are about an astronomy club, but while Ebiten's staff is only composed by female members, in Sora no Manimani there are also male characters.
Also, as an anime Ebiten is a little more stereotyped then Sora no Manimani.
the relationship between the main characters in both anime are similar.. Mihoshi is like nodame is a push over.. while Saku and chiaki are having trouble dealing with her but in the same time they don't mind having the girl beside them.
Who'd thought that Chiaki's little brother would end up as a bookworm and Nodame's sister as an astronomist...
The main pair and their relationship in both series were much alike. Also the storytelling had many similarities.
I think the CRAZY way Nodame-chan is in love with Chiaki-sempai is similar to the (also crazy) feelings Mihoshi has for Ooyagi-kun.
It's the same crazy kind of love imho and also Chiaki and Ooyagi looks quite similar (smarty and cautiously).
Both anime are hilarious.
The most apparent similarity is their focus on astronomy. Sora no Manimani explores the beauty of the night sky, while Twin Spica delves into the lure of space and space travel. Beyond that though, there is a gentle dignity to both series -- in the day-to-day life, troubles and challenges, interpersonal relationships, and romance. Energy comes from small, spunky girls who do not allow challenges to get in the way of their love for astronomy. Quietly supporting them are male childhood friends -- with a touch of sweet, understated romance.
Teenage boy just wants to fit in at highschool, has no intentions of standing out at all, but a very strange and rambunctious girl forces him to join her club. Slowly he begins to become more comfortable with hanging out with his weird new friends. Both are very funny anime as well.
Both shows feature an energetic main girl who's crazy about certain topics and forces the protagonist (who is not interested at all) to join her school club and to explore her world. In that club, the protagonist gets to know various members and is involved in some extraordinary club activities.
I just began Sora no Manimani, and I immediately liked it, because it has a similar feel as Toradora.
Both take place in a high school setting (Sora no Manimani is more focused on a small group of students in a club, whereas Toradora is friends and friends-of-friends getting together), and both have elements of "She likes him, but her likes her, she's never heard of him, and he has always liked his childhood friend..." You know, messy love lives! Sora no Manimani is shorter, and more comedy-driven (so far). If you like romance, drama, and above all, characters that feel like human beings and not art on a page, try both of these series. read more
Both animes show us the adventures of members of school clubs (Astronomy and Art) while some of them experience situations of romance. Similar characters and stories with good doses of comedy.
Sora no Manimani - - - Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru!
Mizuki Uzami - - - Mihoshi Akeno
Subaru Uchimaki - - - Saku Ooyagi
Maria Imari - - - Hime Makita
Both series contain a slice of life style theme with a group of friends in a group.
Both series contain drama, comedy, romance, and a relaxed atmosphere that moves at relative pace.
Additionally, both series' characters have stark personalities and are fun to see their interactions with their peers as the series progresses.
Both about Clubs and childhood friends.
Both packed with fun times and romantic times.
Saku = Kodaka
Mihoshi = Yozora
in boku wa tomodachi
Kodaka don't know about yozora being his childhood friend, but in sora no mani mani he knew already.
Both series revolve around astronomy and stargazing, with similar interactions between the lead male and female (initially male is not a fan of the female, who is generally rather compassionate toward him). The settings, however, could not be more different
Both anime are soothing, fun to watch, have really good comedy, with slight romantic flavour. Both are about normal school life, with wide variety of quirky characters adding fun! At the end of episodes you are always left with a smile!
Both the anime portray relationship between classmates, seniors and best friends. Like how well friends take care of each other without expecting anything in return and such. Both anime have a really great way of expressing these delicate sentiments, subtly but in depth at the same time. That's the best part about both these anime.
On the surface all the characters in these anime are funny, but deep down they all give a feeling of being very perceptive. That's what i could relate to very much.
If you like one, you'll definitely enjoy the other. (Kimi to Boku has nothing to do with astronomy by the way. If you are looking for that, but general feel is very similar) read more
Are you looking for some relaxing SoL school romcom? These are perfect choices because they are about.... Your everday life . What makes them so similar is that they're both about some MC who joins a club where the creatos are older than the MC. They're also quite open about their love and the male upperclasman in both serie is kind of lifeless and different.
After many years, the male protagonist is reunited with his childhood friend, a small but extremely high-energy girl. He doesn't remember her very well or doesn't want to remember her because of all the crazy things she put him through. While the girl practically clings to him, all the boy wants to do is read books. There is a small level of romance between the two although the boy doesn't want to recognize it. Both are very funny shows.
Both examine the progress of a club being set up with some new members. Comedy is similar and the character exploration is similar, although Sora no Manimani focuses more on the central characters than the whole cast.