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Sasameki Koto


Alternative Titles

English: Whispered Words
Synonyms: Sasamekikoto, Sasame Kikoto
Japanese: ささめきこと

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 8, 2009 to Dec 31, 2009
Premiered: Fall 2009
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: AIC
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.151 (scored by 19,040 users)
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Ranked: #32042
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Popularity: #1855
Members: 49,739
Favorites: 273

Recommendations

Really similar settings, characters. You couldn't tell Sumi apart from Fumi even if your life was on the line (: Both sweet shoujo-ai, slice of life animes. Though sasameki koto is a bit better imo (: 
report Recommended by ThePuisiitis
Both similar in the fact that they have yuri elements in it. They don't go overboard in the way strawberry panic does 8[ Both of these anime are funny and cute. Sasameki Koto may be a little more related to a slice of life.  
report Recommended by tranal
Give off similar feeling, though Candy Boy will leave you flying, sasameki koto is really sweet shoujo-ai as well (: If you liked one, watch the other one too (duh <(^.^ )> ) 
report Recommended by ThePuisiitis
Although they might not be similar in pace, and Kashimashi involves a boy changing into a girl, they both contain soft and nice artwork with cute characters you're bound to fall in love with. 
report Recommended by DarcyD
Comedy around high school girls. Though Sasameki koto has some yuri & romance parts leading to slightly heavy moments, the series is 80% funny and highly enjoyable. Both series got good pace, arrangement and scripts. 
report Recommended by bottle
Both series are relatively slow paced high school love stories. The plot of both shows revolve around two friends coming to develop feelings for the other. The main characters also share some similarity in their desire to be cute or girly, rather than the appearance they give off. Kimi ni Todoke's Sawako being creepy and unapproachable, while Sasameki Koto's Sumika is cool and masculine. 
report Recommended by SgtBash
Although Taishou Yakyuu Musume is about girls during the Taisho period, the two series are very similar in their humor. Both have moe elements and cute girls without being disrespectful to women; in fact, Sasameki Koto realistically portrays girls having lesbian relationships without outright pandering to men, and Taisho depicts girls breaking out of the stereotypes of the time to do what they want to (play baseball) and prove themselves. Taisho Yakyuu Musume also has some slight yuri elements to it although Sasameki Koto is obviously yuri. Both follow the girls' and their friends as they go through daily life and try to accomplish their  read more 
report Recommended by LeanGreen
Both sweet shows that explore the romantic feelings between girls in a realistic and balanced way. Citrus is a bit darker, but they're both heartwarming and real.  
report Recommended by Aurakin
both series featured post-credits scenes after the closing sequence as an epilogue to the main episode 
report Recommended by mrpogi91
Both stories are about young girls and their daily life with some comedy and shoujo-ai stuff.  
report Recommended by Astraia
They all show school life with yuri genre. Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san is light-hearted and fun without adult scenes. 
report Recommended by animan7
Being strong on one and only genre is good, it make a strong positioning for the show. However when the show go for more than one tone, it's worth watching even more, as long as one genre doesn't spoil the others. This two shows are probably one of the leading high-school romance comedy of its time. Both shows has a potential of a good comedy, while also maintain high standard of drama and romantic content. The episode can be a pure comedy, pure drama, or mixed, you don't know what to expect for each episode, but that's the charm of these multi-genres romantic comedy. 
report Recommended by lapisdragon
Girls love school life series that focuses on the budding romance between a pair of female friends. There isn't a whole lot of F/F romance stories out there, so if that's something you're looking for, go to either of these! 
report Recommended by Numi
Sasameki Koto has some shoujo-ai elements and is slightly more angsty at times, while Aria is lighter fare, but at heart, both series revolve around a group of girls making friends, having new encounters, and simply living life. Recommended for slice-of-life fans who enjoy a sprinkle of comedy and a dash of funny faces. 
report Recommended by -PixieDust-
Hourou Musuko and Sasameki Koto both deal with gender role issues and how friendships are affected in these situations. They approach the issue from different angles and have a different art style (well not much has an art style quite like Hourou Musuko), but overall they have a very similar feel. 
report Recommended by mikewando
Among a group of friends, there is a pair of friends where one girl has unvoiced feelings for her friend that her friend is completely unaware of. Acchi Kocchi has Tsumiki and Io (het), and Sasameki Koto has Sumika and Ushio (shoujo-ai). 
report Recommended by Numi
Both series show the intimacy of female friendship and romance in the school days, but in different ways. Marimite is like a HQ portrait in a catholic school while Sasameki Koto is more like an everyday photo. Sasameki koto is around 70% comedy 30% romance. 
report Recommended by bottle