Although the animation style is quite different there's a bunch of similarities between these two: group of girls with super powers, one of them is the leader, there's a sentence they say everytime they transform and there's an object that gives them the power to do so, the leader is in love with someone who is also part of the good ones and helps in battles, enemies come from other planet oh and of course there's some cute being (an animal in sailor moon and a robot in tokyo mew mew) that helps them in theory but usually not in battle.
Main characters are girls. Morphing girls :D. They morph and get super powers and fight evil demons (in tmm they fight aliens, but when they take over an animal and transform isn't it the same?). They all fight with the power of Love.
Tokyo Mew Mew, or Mew Mew Power, and Sailor Moon have that same magical girl type thing, with a group of girls who transform and fight the evil aliens/people. They both deal with a cry-baby, yet strong, main protagonist and have all the same elements with the Sailor warriors in animal cosplay form.
Tokyo Mew Mew however is more focus more on the life of endangered animals rather than humans and their energys, but both have the same feel
Sailor Moon and Tokyo Mew Mew are both Shojo animes about cute teenage girls who gain magical powers to fight evil. They are so similar to each other, that if you liked one, I can pretty much guarantee you'll like the other. They both have five female leads, both have cute girls kicking ass, both have horrible English dubs, and they both have very similar protagonists. Ichigo Momomiya of TMM and Usagi Tsukino of SM are both sweet, bubbly, clumsy girls with huge hearts and great character development.
I think they're both great, but personally, I like Sailor Moon a bit more.
They are both really cool superhero manga's, and have pretty good art. Both of them can also be pretty funny at times as well as being really serious and sad.
Freddy likes how they, like all his fave animes often wear short skirts.
In both there are a group of five teenage girls with superpowers that fight evil.
In both they eventually have a character themed episode to help bring insight on each character. In both they have a bad guy that evenually turns good. The main character is in love with a boy. Both shows have good morals. Both shows have similar old looking animation and sometimes makes art mistakes.
Tokyo Mew Mew basically has the same plot as Sailor Moon. Five girls. They fight an evil organization that is a threat to the Earth. Romance. Slice of life. Comedy. The only difference is that the Mew Mews are animal girls, not sailors. But anyway, Sailor Moon fans will enjoy this childish version. It is also relatively short, 52 episodes. A good magical girl series for people who just started watching anime.
these two anime's are very similar. both have a group of girls who join together to keep the city safe from an evil force. Tokyo Mew Mew is a lot shorter in comparison though. But both are worth watching.
Its just another Magical Girl show with 5 female protagonists, 1 male protagonist that the main character has a crush on, a pet/alien that helps the magical girl team fight monsters, blah,blah,blah,something about pieces of something they must collect just like in sailor moon, blah,blah,blah, Tokyo Mew Mew is just an anime that likes to steal Sailor Moons plot points and ideas :p it is however a preety good show on its own if you can see past the blatant copy pasting from other similar shows.
Both feature protagonists that have pink hair for starters. Each anime has a set of characters who transform with some sort of magic power they have. The characters are particularly younger and are involved with some sort of 'club'.
The antagonists in both are trying to find some sort of secret power that seems to take forever to find.
Also, the main character (being female) seems to have many male characters falling in love with them, be it a good guy, a bad guy or an antihero.
My first reccomendation..
Both shows have a main female heroine with pink hair. The main girl has a crush in the beginning, but then they both start to fall for the enemy. In both shows they run around try to save stuff. Both shows have character transformations that take long periods of time. Only real difference is I think Shugo Chara is drawn better and aimed for viewers a few years older than Tokyo Mew Mew.
Both are magical girl animes, the colors of the outfits of the girls are almost the same, the main characters (Amu and Ichigo) are both pink-haired girls, and both have a lot of boys who are loving them... There are a lot of other similarities...
1. The main characters looks similar
2. Anime is also Mahou shoujo and comedy
I think that Tokyo mew mew and Shugo chara is VERY similar, you'll see. But personaly I prefer Shugo chara, because I find the plot more interesting and art is better. Especially I like the relationship between Amu and Ikuto.
Tokyo Mew Mew has super powers, just like Shugo Chara. Although TMM doesn't have guardian characters they have power pendants. They both have alot of romance. I would say that shugo chara is newer. They both have over the standard 25/26 episodes. Both plots aim in protecting the people around them. They both have that loveable character who enjoys teasing the main character.
They are quite alike, i loved them both
Both are magical girl anime and revolve around a 'special' main character. Although there are a lot of filler episodes, they are both extremely enjoyable and funny, and over time friendships and relationships are built up.
It's pretty much the same. Romance, Magical Girls and comedy. Tokyo Mew Mew is turning into cats (or other animals) and Mermaid Melody is turning into mermaids. They're REALLY like. I had to think of Tokyo Mew Mew when I was watching Mermaid Melody. Only difference is probably that they're singing in MM.
As in the mermaid legend story there are a group of girls who have power and transform to fight evil. They all have their own specific power or color or position in the group. Also involves a love story between the main character and boyfriend who always is there to help or gets in trouble. The main bad guy and the boyfriend are mysteriously related in some way. The boyfriend has secret powers as well. Saving the world is the whole plot.
-Both involve girls changing into there "super" forms and fighting evil. In TokyoMew the girls "super" forms involve whatever animal they can attributes from. In MerMel the "super" forms are mermaids.
-Both have LOTS of cheese and a lot if it is found in the attacks and how the evil is defeated
-Both of the main girls have love complications but unlike Tokyo Mew Mew the complications in MerMel continue in to the next series Mermaid Melody: Pichi Pichi Pitch Pure(which wasn't that good compared to the first one) luckily the complications are with the same guy, bad/funny/entertaining news: the main girl has to seduce him all over again because he has no idea who she is.
-Both are littler kids shows but its good for a laugh for those of us over the age of 10 read more
Similar idea, magic girl, similar characters. Characters in both animes transform (To mermaid in Mermaid Melody, to various animals in Tokyo Mew Mew). Both have the whole hero-villain thing that the younger audience of anime could enjoy for it's not at all bloody... The villains in both animes start off as not too much of a threat, and slowly get more serious. Both animes have characters with some sort of power. Both of the main males in the series.. well, I won't give it away. Just very similar animes.
Both are magical girl anime that you probably know if you grew up around 2002-2003. The characters are similar, with a pink main character who is in love with a handsome boy. Both also involve comedy/slice of life, plus dealing with a double-life as a superhero. They are both cute and funny, and very enjoyable!
Moth are girl's animes based around people being given powers they don't want right at the start of the series'. They both have to find allies to help defeat/collect various people/things. Both are very cute animes.
Both series revolves around the magical girl theme where the main female protagonist gains powers after a certain event.
Both series has comedy, drama, supernatural elements, action, and later romance.
Both series has characters of various personalities in a more linear story plot with intertwined arc/stories in between.
Both series are considered a classic.
Let's La Cooking ~ Mew Mew Style!
For Tokyo Mew Mew Fans: If you're looking to continue your childhood, then check out Kira Kira Precure a la mode. It features girls with animals and sweets, just like Tokyo Mew Mew. Some of the characters are even the same.
Cure Macaron ~ Zakuro (Both Models/Purple)
Cure Whip ~ Ichigo (Both pink, energetic, kind of clutzy)
Cure Custard ~ Pudding (Both are cute, yellow themed)
And Kira Kira Precure a la mode fans: Check out Tokyo Mew Mew. Mew Mew involves more characters, but it has more depth to its plot.
Both shows feature girls working in a cafe, and have similar themes such as friendship read more
OHMYGOSH! This are the very first thing that came across my mind when I watch this.
Both anime are in the magical girl realm which involves 5 members in somewhat different ages who transformed into magical girl.
Both are sweets/food related. All cures/mews are connected into a certain sweets. Like in their names, birth name and transformed alter ego.
Both are animal related. Each cures/mews are 'fused' with an animal when they transformed and have that animal figure / traits. Though different in each series.
Both 5 main girls work in a cafe (I think they do in kirakira). Like, both series have connection or special place in a cafe/sweet shop. read more
a clumsy "normal student" girl gets a "super-power" for casuality and lucky (maybe). She should learn to use it, found her mates, and rescue everyone.
The super-Power-mates are friends of the main girl, and the team works in a cute and very Girly place, that place is "the secret base" of her -another- work.
Heroine in both series are funny, noisy, and very pink. (similarities in the body are notable too), in the magic-partners are the same thing.
Ojamajo DoReMi give more attention to the friendship and family, in tokyo mew mew is more love relationships, and team work.
Both have very similar aspects but it is hard to tell why because the meaning of tokyo mew mew doesn't really come till the end of the anime. Both do have cute magical girls and or a girl in pretear fighting to save the world. They both also work hand in hand with saving the nature aspect of the world.This just goes to show since sailor moon and or all the other older magical girl animes. That this genre of anime will stand the test of time.
-Both anime share the main characters being teenage girls and end up becoming close friends
-The main characters have supernatural abilities
-Villains disturb the characters' daily life, and the main characters try to keep their supernatural world a secret from their regular life
-Share genre of slice of life, Shoujo, Comedy, Romance, and Adventure
-Similar story line about saving the world from chaos
Very similar in the aspect that both contain magical girls trying to save the world. Also similar as both have a romantic aspect thrown into the mix.. teenage high school girls thrown into a situation they at first don't want to be in/ are afraid of.
These two are similar because they both have...
People with special powers
They both have a duty to save the world
The main characters need to find the other heroes to help them
There is at least one hot guy in each anime ( XDDD)
And there is romance
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I am not completely positive why I found these two similar, perhaps because they both have romance and comedy or maybe it`s because both female main characters work in a cafe, no matter what the reason, these are both great animes that I recommend.
While Maid-Sama doesn't have magical, fighting girls like Tokyo Mew Mew, both of the main characters work at a cafe and have a love interest that gets to them throughout the anime. Both are also rather girly, have some cute characters, and have some comedy.
Both have magicals power.
Both are a team of 5 againt a team of 3.
Both have a relate to food (in Tokyo Mew Mew, original names are names of food, like "Ichigo" which means "Strawberry".) In Binan Koukou Chikyuu Bouei-bu LOVE !, Magical name are food too like "Epinard" which means "Spinach".
Both speak about love.
Both are another Set of cute Magical Girl animes,Yes! Pretty Cure 5 is the 4th season and recent newest season to the Pretty Cure Franchise,however,unlike the first 3 seasons,Pretty Cure,Pretty Cure Max Heart and Pretty Cure Splash Star,which the previouse seasons had two lead Females,Nagisa(Cure Black) and Honoka(Cure white), Yes! Pretty Cure 5 returned to the more familiar Sailor moon style(5 team members) Format,and is more similar to Tokyo mew mew than the previouse seaosns,for example,Nozomi(Cure Dream) the lead female in Yes! Pretty Cure 5 is very similar to Ichigo in Tokyo mew mew
Both are cute, colorful mahou shoujo shows with 5 main protagonists and a cute stuffed animal-type thing. However, Smile Precure is about fairy tales and magic while Tokyo Mew Mew is about aliens and has an environmental undertone.
Both follow a small group of young girls who are "chosen" to take on heroic roles and are blessed with magical powers. They both use a similar mix of dramatic fight scenes, light-hearted humour and awkward romantic relationships. They each also have a key pet/guide type character that can't actually speak - Mokona in Magic Knight Rayearth and Mini Mew in Tokyo Mew Mew.
Both have bright color themes. Full moon has shinigami's which are good in this one, Takuto and Meroko. They make the series quite Magical girlish. Also, Mitsuki transforms into a older version of her to sing, so they both have transformations.
Now how are these anime similar?
- Takuto and Meroko have, just like the main characters in Tokyo Mew Mew, magical powers with some sort of animal theme.
- Both series have a romantic relationship developing along the way.
- These series will give you the same kind of feelings. Mitsuki's character is similar to Ichigo's.
- FMwS is a bit darker than TMM. Mitsuki is sick, which has some consequences in her life. Ichigo does enter dangerous situations but isn't limited because of any sort of health issue.
Chances are pretty big that if you like one, you'll like the other one as well.
Both are typical Magical girls with cute stories,but also have cool drama storytelling as well,like most magical girls,each episode is a different slice of life each episode before fighting the "Monster of the week",however,unlike Tokyo mew mew and Sailor Moon,The first season of Pretty Cure and it's direct Sequel Pretty Cure max heart use DBZ-style psysical fight scenes,rather than magica wands
These two shows are both based around being gifted with a extra-ordinary power, In Precure (Prettycure) the two mc's have special cellphones that contain a character that allows them to transform. In Tokyo mew mew, they have power pendents which allows them to transform. They both fight against evil. In Prettycure they fight against the "Dark Zone"s minion whereas in Tokyo Mew Mew they fight against Deep Blue's Minions. In both there is a hint of romance, more in Tokyo Mew Mew compared to Prettycure. In both they gain new powers/members which make them stronger.
Both animes involve....
-Both main character girl is somewhat a god / have magical powers.
-Both main characters have a guy they like, and tryto win their heart.
-Both main characters have friends that support them throughout the whole anime
-Both animes involve comedy, romance, shoujo, and magical powers
While Tokyo Mew Mew is a magical girl TV series and The Cat Returns is a feature film, both anime are stories about a school girl that get caught up with incidents relating to animals, notably cats, and provides some good laughs. Reiko Yoshida is involved in both series, as she wrote the script of The Cat Returns and was the writer behind the original Tokyo Mew Mew manga, so both anime are also romance-oriented and may appeal to female anime fans.
-Both involve magical girls who transforms
-Both has a mission to complete (MewMew: Destory aliens, Houkago: Capture the fragments to help the aliens)
-Both involve having an enemy that's trying to get in their way of completing their mission
-Both involve school life, romance, comedy, happy
-MewMew is 52 episodes, and Houkago is 13 but both VERY good
-Houkago is more sad and mysterious than MewMew, but both very good animes. Like one, you'd definately love the other
Both are very good magical girl series. Both have transformations with powers (as expected), but the characters in both series are very likable, interesting and memorable. Good story and fights. A bright and colourful style is used in both.
Its a world full of magic! only the magical people know it though. Miaka in Fushigi Yugi is actually a ruler of the seven warriors of Suzaku. And Ichigo is the leader of a group of Mutant (but adorable) half animal-ish warriors here to save Tokyo from the aliens Kish, Tart and Pie and thier Evil Chimeras. They're bothe really good!
okay five people,all will kick ass.since these are both based on a setting in tokyo japan these girls will go about there daily lives but with time have to kick to some villain ass.all though there are many differences to it as well.but with bright colors and romance involded in it,it is suitable for girls 12 + ,boys could probablly watch it(if they like cute dresses and all).
At first these two seem to have nothing is common but actually, when you get down to watching it, the same feel-good, world-is-ok feeling washes over you in a summery warm cloud. Probably something to do with the slightly similar heroines of Ichigo and Tohru. Give it a try!
The same kind of characters who have to transform to help save the world. Plus both series have two guides to help the girls on their journeys and in both series the characters tend to work in some sort of shop.
Both Tokyo Mew Mew and Princess Tutu are very similar in the way that they both have magical girls that have unknown identities. Ichigo is like Ahiru because they both are clumsy and get very nervous around the person they like, and both try to protect that person, and also try to keep their true identities hidden.
Karin and Ichigo are really, really alike... They act and look the same. Ichigo tries to hide the fact that she is a heroine and Karin tries to hide that she is a "vampire", that plot is the same for both anime. If you like Karin as a character you should see Tokyo Mew Mew as well!