K-On!!


K-ON! Season 2

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Alternative Titles

English: K-ON! Season 2
Synonyms: Keion 2, K-On!! 2nd Season
Japanese: けいおん!!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 7, 2010 to Sep 29, 2010
Premiered: Spring 2010
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 01:25 (JST)
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Kyoto Animation
Source: 4-koma manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, MusicMusic, SchoolSchool, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 8.151 (scored by 247704247,704 users)
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Ranked: #3522
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Popularity: #224
Members: 460,960
Favorites: 10,435

Recommendations

Both shows are similar in a MOE + slice of life sort of way. In comparison K-On is slightly more mature while Lucky Star is more cartoon-ish and relies on the cute factor a whole lot more. Both shows share the same target audience. 
report Recommended by dafuzzbudd
Same art style with cute girls and lots of fun. Story is similar: there is no stressfull moments in these shows. You just watch them to relax. Main characters and their relationships with other people are same 
report Recommended by sk8erbyern
-Both involve music even if for different reasons -Main characters are all females -They are all slice of life genres Enjoy them! 
report Recommended by Arkenh
K-ON!! is an anime that clearly takes a lot of inspiration from Azumanga Daioh and resemble eachother in a lot of ways. While Azumanga is a lot more silly and K-ON is a lot more realistic, there's lots for fans of either series to enjoy. Fun, lighthearted slice of life with plenty of hilarious comedy between the characters.  
report Recommended by Veronin
They are both comedy. Both are story about friendship and happiness. They also have the same clumsy main character. Well, if you like K-On!! you'll surely love this. 
report Recommended by Einhart
Both wanted to form a club and the characters' personalities are pretty much the same. Manabi Straight= K-ON! Manami= Yui Mei=Mio Momoha=Tsumugi Mutsuki= Ritsu Mika=Azusa  
report Recommended by xXerxesx
-Both involve music even if for different reasons -Main characters are all females -They are all slice of life genres Enjoy them! 
report Recommended by Arkenh
Story centers around a group of girls with their daily life -both is all about friends and friendship -both are of comedy & school life -both has lovely light-hearted art and character designs 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
-Cute girls form a high school club -Real world explanation of the equipment used in the show -Distinguishable character archetype -Building strong bonds -Relaxing atmosphere -Lots of food and chit-chatting -MOE over 9000!  
report Recommended by Lincompoop
Both feature a character so deeply fascinated by tea ceremony that it becomes almost sacred and share a main theme that is appreciation for art. Both series also excel in expressivity. 
report Recommended by Robinne
Both are quite slow-paced slice of life comedy anime starring cute high schoolgirls.Plus, if you liked Yui you'll likely love Yasuna as well, not to mention that her friendship with Sonya slightly reminds the one between Ritsu and Mio. 
report Recommended by Crawler3333
This anime is with both seiyu of Ritsu and Mio , they have approximatively the same relation but it's like they old up and became pervert. It's a really good comedy anime. 
report Recommended by Kenzaro
Similarities: - Both has the same style of animation - Both are about a music school club - Both are full of girls. The main difference is that K-on is More Light-hearted and Hibike Euphonium is more dramatic.  
report Recommended by Xaicro
These two anime is very enjoying... i said that because those anime had not much conflict in there (little much in LLS)... those anime let us flow at their activity, just like we on it too... btw, i love genre music and maybe thats the point. 
report Recommended by GravesRobber
On the surface, both shows only share the same character design due to being produced by the same studio but if you look deeper to them, both have much similarity regarding the atmosphere, how the story being told (episodic except for some episodes), and where the story revolves around (school club) in both respective show. There's a huge difference between the two tho. K-On has music as one of the main focus while in Hyouka it's mystery (detective). And in K-On the character get closer as friend as the story progress, while in Hyouka they get closer romantically. Both are fun to watch and good  read more 
report Recommended by InJ_Mataga
You wanna see moe girls doing moe things in a slice of life style story while the characters all have a common, set goal that will (eventually) be achieved? Watch both seasons of K-On! if you're into New Game!, the premise might be slightly different, but the structure remains the same and you're still getting mini heart attacks from the overload of cuteness. 
report Recommended by dat_kun4i_guy
-similar character personalities -cute high school girls and friendship -comedic moments -moe moe kyun  
report Recommended by fZeonn
They're both about girls with a big passion for music: the TeaTime band prefers pop-rock and modern instruments but Aki is into taiko, a traditional japanese drum. The two anime are completely different for duration: K-On is a long TV series (2 regular seasons with a movie) and Aki no Kanade is just a oneshot movie for the Anime Mirai Project, but they both involve a character growth and a deep reflection about time passing and social relationships (with the family, friends...), all blended with a special melancholy for the past. 
report Recommended by Jajja
A peek into the daily lives of a tight-knit group of schoolgirls in a peaceful town, as they turn ordinary and routine occurrences into entertaining and memorable events. Vast majority of episodes are strictly comedic, but a few episodes include relatively light dramatic elements that provide much-needed depth and heart to an otherwise one-note show. 
report Recommended by goodbyebye
There are same in baseline story about the group, although in different subject (K-On in music, Gekkan in manga). There are also same in using daily school life as supplementary baseline story. And the most important, there are same to make me laugh because their weirdo characters. Hahaha.... :D 
report Recommended by Yudistira
Both anime have the "school club" theme and have girls playing as the main role. 
report Recommended by kururugikai
The relationship between the pairs of sisters Yui and Ui, on the one hand, and Tenma and Yakumo, on the other, is very similar, as well as their personalities. 
report Recommended by grklein
Pretty much both shows are just the about everyday life. Only difference is that one takes place at work and the other takes place at school 
report Recommended by imprezagc8
-Both anime's animation look really similar because they are created by the same character designer (Yukiko Horiguchi) and they both surround school life, comedy, drama, slice of life, as the story focuses on their daily life in their respective clubs. Only difference is that K-ON's story focuses on comedy and the daily life of a group of girls, while Kokoro Connect focuses on drama/romance. 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
Four girls, slice of life/school, funny atmosphere. I prefer K-ON!!, but, Hyakko is very good, too. Also, characters are similar Ayumi Nonomura - Yui Hirasawa (Yui is not so shy, though) Torako Kageyama - Ritsu Tainaka Saotome Suzume - Mugi / Mio  
report Recommended by guppika
Cute, light-hearted fun devoid of the usual otaku pandering common in anime today. The characters are treated with respect and are not rampantly sexualised. You will not enjoy either of these if you want the complex or the serious, but if you can enjoy a girl's show, they are two of the very best.  
report Recommended by Veronin
Both look like stupid moeblob but end up as very funny and touching. 
report Recommended by ninryu
Music-themed anime and manga, but much more realistic. If you like Slice of Life themes and Music anime, then you'll like this. :3 
report Recommended by Black_Rose1809
They both have nice stories and they both enter the world of high school life. Both animes have the same kind of feel to it. They both have groups of friends who have fun together in every episode. The only difference is that Kimi to Boku has a love story and the gang is all boys while K-on has a group of all girls. 
report Recommended by connielas
The plot wasn't really similar (in K-On, it's about a band, and in Chihayafuru, it's about competitive karuta), but it still had the same atmosphere. Both main characters are similar in some ways. They both have a dream they want to achieve (in K-On, it's playing in a band, in Chihayafuru, it's to become the karuta Queen). They're both cheerful and air-headed. Also, in both anime, a few friends start a club and try to get more members (they're not always successful though). 
report Recommended by xpaula
people are roccomending Girls und Panzer for the first season of K-ON.. so I put the second, because there is Azusa in the cover (5-5 people, hehe) okay, let's start it... why I recomend K-ON to Girls und Panzer? first, the main character... Yui and Miho are seems to be so much clumsy, but Miho is more clever and Yui is more talented second, the group... in the case of Girls und Panzer, the school... they start the competition from the very beginning, step by step they hardly pushed their effort to become the greatest of all... third, item that the girls are using... isn't it interesting that you  read more 
report Recommended by Kouji_Akiyama13
Both are very funny. The animes follow 4 girls and how their personalties are all unique.  
report Recommended by gnoodles
Both settings are mostly in a school environment with comedy but this anime is more of a perverted comedy 
report Recommended by xvicxpx
The main characters (Yui from K-On and Ohana from Hanasaku) are a bit carefree, but work hard to reach their goal. Both main characters have a shy friend (nakochi and mio) and one that is sure of himself (yuina and ritsu) The opening from the both anime is similar.  
report Recommended by KuroYume-96
Both anime are pretty laid back, slice of life anime. If you loved Azusa, her voice actress, Taketatsu Ayana is the heroine in the Ore no Imouto series.  
report Recommended by chooms