Mainichi Kaasan

Kaasan: Mom's Life

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Alternative Titles

English: Kaasan: Mom's Life
Synonyms: Mainichi Kaa-san, Every Day Mom
Japanese: 毎日かあさん


Type: TV
Episodes: 142
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 1, 2009 to Mar 25, 2012
Premiered: Spring 2009
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Nihon Ad Systems
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Manga
Genres: Slice of LifeSlice of Life, ComedyComedy
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children


Score: 7.321 (scored by 513513 users)
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Ranked: #22642
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Popularity: #8206
Members: 2,608
Favorites: 28


Funny family situations drawn and told in a sketch comedy style. Laugh out loud comedy, very easy to relate for those who are close to their families 
report Recommended by Ranivus
Both have pretty similar humor, really enjoyable family slice of life genre with a lot of day by day comedy situations. 
report Recommended by NinhaPaz
Both are family slice-of-life series, except that the kids in Atashi n'chi are teens while the kids in Mainichi Kaa-san are pre-schoolers. 
report Recommended by dbaranyi
The two leads share alot of resemblance's, while the mom has to take care of her kids, the other has to take care of crazy animals (just like kids), they end up in hilarious scene's and the lead always has to take care of it. 
report Recommended by Ilyaoh
They are both really a series of 5 minute shorts about everyday life, in the case of Chi it's a cat, and in the case of Kaa-san, it's about children mainly. The art is a little cuter in Chi than in Kaa-san, and there is more of obviously autobiographical aspect in the Kaa-san series, and also there is more of a continuing story with Chi (this also applies to Chi's New Home, by the way). But both are a story of funny, cute, even touching moments in the daily life of Chi or a mom. 
report Recommended by animedreamer
Shinnosuke and Rieko (both main characters) have a lot in common, even tho' one's not even 10 (I think) and the other is a full-grown adult with a family. Then again, Shinnosuke has a lot in common with even the two annoying kids and the drunk dad. Both anime's deliver great and humorous sketches throughout the show with two or three shorts an episode. Although Mainichi Kaa-san has an actual plot going on "in the background", Crayon Shin-chan doesn't. 
report Recommended by Ilyaoh