This show is cuter and more comedic than Strawberry Panic, but it has yuri elements and is mainly about the main character's (a guy turned into a girl) relationship with the girl he had a crush on and his female childhood friend.
The love conflict is almost exactly the same. In both, one girl's love is wanted by two other girls, (yes it is yuri) and the main character loves and/or appreciates the two people that are in love with her.
If you like yuri and have the patience to see a longing and a totally called for relationship to develop, this is totally for you;
-Just like a feel good anime.
-Is slow but dramatic at some points, at least enough to keep your attention on the screen.
-It'll deliver you a fantastic outcome of what love is beyond a phylosophical point of view, or at least make embrace the ones you love the most.
And it's going to be way better if you are an emotional person, you're going to have a good time although in general it may feel just as if it was a generic shoujo/yuri anime. read more
This anime has a teacher who is male dress up as a female in order to obtain a job where in kashi mashi the male student is turned into a woman; so both men become women but one is unable to revert back.
Both have main characters that turn into/cross dress a girl and fall in love with other girls.
Both also contain love triangles.
The main difference is that I My Me focuses around being a teacher while Girl Meets Girl focuses on romance of high school.
In both anime, the characters start from simply being just ordinary friends, then come to a point of misunderstanding which separates them and/or links them together in one way or another. In both series, there's a sense that the main story characters do love each other but won't express it until either one of them expresses ones love towards the other, or builds it up over time. In both anime, there is a competition going on between at least three characters, which are all about who they really love or if they even do so.
There are, though, two things that you might find disturbing...
1. In Kashimashi, there is a very clear expression that suggests that girl love is wrong, until very late in the series when that feeling is totally wiped off Earth. Unfortunately, this feeling did sppear at one moment in Sasameki Koto as well.
2. Many viewers might find the fact that the girls, and especially the ones that the main character, Kashimashi, is in love with, talk about her as if she were a guy, even if she used to be one. (She did turn into a girl; read the anime description. What I just stated was not a spoiler.)
If you want to watch something fun, serious, and really boring (which is not necessarily a bad thing)... watch Sasameki Koto. read more
Both shows are about a guy who by some alien force is transformed into a female, however each show takes a different approach to this. Kämpfer takes an ecchi route while Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl takes a more serious approach.
Both shows have a romance plot but each takes a different approach to this. Kämpfer takes a crazy Harem and takes it to a new level while Girl Meets Girl takes a more serious approach again to its romance plot.
OK, I will admit, at first, these two anime may not have anything in common, but once you dig deeper, you may see these two have more in common than you could ever imagine.
Both anime have a female lead that is unfamiliar with their current setting (Yune with living in Paris and Hazumu with being a girl now) but still have a keen positive outlook on life and care for the people around them. Both characters do take time adjusting to their situation, but it's not painful to watch and it hardly takes up any screen-time that could be, and is used to advance the story. The characters in each are both very likable and relateable to the extent that they're almost human. You can actually feel them going though their rough times and their not so rough times and it's just beautiful to watch. The animation is just captivating to look at in both. The animators did a really good job at animating the scenery and characters in both so that it gives off a nice feel to them The music in both is perfect, because it sets the mood and fits the atmosphere in both, and it sounds harmonious to what's going on in both. To top all of that off, both just feel good to watch. It gives you a warm fuzzy feeling inside you to watch either anime, like you did something good read more
On the surface, these two anime share nothing in common. One is a about a boy who swaps genders while the other is a boy who wants to play music. I find these two anime rather similar because they carry heavy themes of an important choice in your life. This choice must be made quickly if you wish to have a choice at all and switching choices will inevitably hurt somebody.
Both have gender transfers (though kashimashi happens once while kokoro connect happen on and out), the op theme are by the same artist (eufonius), also I feel that both animes have an unnecessary amount of drama and seriousness, and tends to only slightly dabble on fan service and comedy which I go in watching, thinking that there will be a lot of but in actually, there is little to be found.
In terms of the protagonist's sexual orientation, these two series are anything but similar. But both of these shows have the same scenario. The protagonist is faced with two lover's of almost equal importance and in the end, he/she has to sacrifice one for the another. Just when you are feeling sorry for the one left out after the end of the series, you get hit with an OVA with "an alternative ending". In other words, the one who was left out in the original series gets to go out with the protagonist.
So yeah, these two are pretty similar. But I'll suggest you watch Kimi ga Nozomu Eien anyway. It has a grave mood, tons of weight in every action carried out by the characters and a long lasting impression on the viewer. But what's most important- unlike most anime(popular and unpopular), this one has a decisive and satisfactory ending(which is an understatement, the ending is GREAT). read more
Both are about a boy who has to learn the behavior of a girl cause he,
in the one goes to a all-girls school (and runs around as a girl)
and in the other completely became a girl.
They both have also some humor in them, through Kashimashi is a bit more serious.
Excessive mentioning of stuff that has little to do with actual show, the sci-fi element.
Kashimashi is about alien turning a man into girl, and you know what ensues. However the sci-fi stuff contribute very little to the actual story, after all this was just your girls-love anime with some alien who didn't want to conquer the earth. There is no sci-fi appeal in this, it just happen to get mildly Star Trek flavored.
Denpa Onna excessively suggest to audience that alien populated this show, but it focused on too much human relationship and earthly sex appeal for alien to make a prominent appearance.
While Da Capo and Kashimashi's stories are a little different, they do retain similarities. Both are school life anime, and both are about relationships - there is a love triangle in both series. The main character in Da Capo, however, is male. While in Kashimashi the main character is a girl, who used to be a boy - but in both series it's the girl's who are pursuing someone. Romance aside, there are also many comedic and dramatic moments to be had in both series. Also, Yui Horie and Yukari Tamura each voice one of the main characters in both Da Capo and Kashimashi. Which is a pleasant surprise, because the roles they play are very similar in both shows. While I was watching Kashimashi, it didn't scream out Da Capo, but it did remind me of it. read more
Both have the yuri theme. But there is some differences for one the guy stays a guy just acts like a girl in Maria Holic unlike in Kashimashi Girl Meets Girl. Both are rather funny.Also in each they are represented in the school theme.
These animes are some what similar. They involve shojo-ai or yuri type anime and both of the anime's include some of the emotional struggles that they characters go through in knowing that there love is changeing and blosoming.