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Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl


Alternative Titles

English: Girl Meets Girl
Synonyms: Kasimasi: Girl Meets Girl
Japanese: かしまし〜ガール・ミーツ・ガール〜

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 12, 2006 to Mar 30, 2006
Premiered: Winter 2006
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Bandai Visual, Lantis
Licensors: Media Blasters
Studios: Studio Hibari
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.721 (scored by 18,835 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #49632
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2125
Members: 39,483
Favorites: 177

Recommendations

Girl-girl romances, or yuri. However not porn yuri, actual anime with fantastic stories and tensions.  
report Recommended by shibbyxoxo
Akward girl/girl romance in which one of the girls is (or used to be) a guy. 
report Recommended by Godel
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
Transgender from male to female,Natsuru and Hazumu both simmiliar :D,and they have a comedy story..enjoy ;) 
report Recommended by temptation41
Inu to Hasami wa Tsukaiyou had me thinking of Girl Meets Girl where a guy's life is changed by accident. That is the only thing that is similar. 
report Recommended by UnfortunateLefty
They both have the same "transexual" theme and a similar comedy 
report Recommended by Nina-senpai
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  read more 
report Recommended by VGCKenny
both have girls who are close frends 
report Recommended by KagomeIkaruga
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. 
report Recommended by KnicePerson
Both shows deal with gender identity, except Hourou Musuko takes a bit more realistic approach to it. 
report Recommended by zyke
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. 
report Recommended by OnceTwice
Has some weird but normal alien mixed into the plot 
report Recommended by OnceTwice
They are similar in the way that both shows us the relashonship between two womens but in this case one on the cast female was a male before... 
report Recommended by oblow20
Yuri shows that included supernatural elements for no good reason. Telekinesis and alien fail to contributes anything to romantic part of the show. 
report Recommended by lapisdragon
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  read more 
report Recommended by Necray
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. 
report Recommended by Mathes
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. 
report Recommended by lapisdragon
Starts off very similar guy gets killed by alien and now has to share a body with a female. 
report Recommended by arialee
Not similar plotline related, but they're both sad anime, thou Kashimashi isnt near as sad as Air, but still. Anyways, if you liked one you may like the other, i know i sure do ^^. 
report Recommended by Siing
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  read more 
report Recommended by Touka
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.  
report Recommended by Ellenore_shade
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. 
report Recommended by ArinaMoon