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Yosuga no Sora: In Solitude, Where We Are Least Alone.


Alternative Titles

English: Yosuga no Sora
Synonyms: Sky of Connection
Japanese: ヨスガノソラ In solitude, where we are least alone.

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 4, 2010 to Dec 20, 2010
Premiered: Fall 2010
Broadcast: Mondays at 23:30 (JST)
Licensors: Media Blasters
Studios: feel.
Source: Visual novel
Genres: Drama, Ecchi, Harem, Romance
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

Statistics

Score: 6.501 (scored by 146,392 users)
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Ranked: #60452
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Popularity: #325
Members: 279,742
Favorites: 1,601

Recommendations

While Amagami SS does not have an incestuous relationship as a central plot point, both shows are presented in an omnibus format that allows the viewer to experience all of the available 'good-end' paths for each girl.  
report Recommended by one2the
Both have brother & sister intimate relationships. 
report Recommended by GuitarHero
Both are ecchi to high levels and handle the idea of an incestious relationship between siblings. 
report Recommended by Riptos
Yosuga no Sora has pretty much same theme, except the arcs in Yosuga no Sora. both of them includes sister-love. but yosuga no sora is a bit more...explicit. 
report Recommended by omerksx
Both involve love between a twin brother and sister. 
report Recommended by yaoiisgood
Main character moving back to a town he lived in as a child. Dark depressing mood in both anime. 
report Recommended by 5layer
Both have incest themes and how it is not accepted by society. Koi Kaze is done better 
report Recommended by otaku1793
- Incest. In Oreimo, we follow our mc Kyouske and his three different girls(I think), with one in each arc. On the other hand, Yosuga no Sora also has different arcs but with more... ecchi *cough* *cough*  
report Recommended by Monster
-Both animes's setting/story goes by an omnibus format, and have small arcs for each heroine that doesn't diverge from the central plot of the story (with the setting intact) 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
They are pretty much the same buuut in Yosuga no Sora, Haru(the male lead) has a sister who happens to be a delicious loli, and a loooot of fan service nearly falling into porn, while in Hoshizora the main guy has a shota(loli boy?) oni-chan, and a lot of shota fanservice -__-... 
report Recommended by ragecandy
Somehow both of the series give similar fealings at least for me, especially around the end of the anime. Both deals with deep feelings, in one of the animes the main point is love between siblings and the other one is centers around a guy who dates more girls at the same time. Worth to watch. Really. 
report Recommended by sea27
just when you though the main character will like this person, it changes to the other, but yosuga transfer in many direction of relationship.  
report Recommended by pakin
cant belive this one wasnt there. sister brother type harem with lots of other characters. This one is full of emotion. Plus....aya hirano is the femal lead!!!. gotta watch. the ending is just sooo sooo goood! 
report Recommended by KingBowness
-Both animes's setting/story goes by an omnibus format, and have small arcs for each heroine that doesn't diverge from the central plot of the story (with the setting intact) 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
Both deal with incest though Onii-chan no Koto nanka Zenzen Suki Janain Dakara ne!!? is not blood-related one while Yosuga no Sora does. YnS is more serious with that issue while this show is more comedic one. 
report Recommended by Joyce_Steele
-both series got the same incest, although Yosuga no Sora is a bit more "intense" in the term of it. -both series have a pseudo-harem on it 
report Recommended by Metaretru
Both girls in these anime fall for one guy. If you love school romance drama and this anime is for you. and both are definitely worth watching!  
report Recommended by bloody_Venus55
Domekano is essentially a less controversial and more "serious" version of Yosuga, replacing real incest and porn with plot with a more shoujo-ish melodrama and conditionally realistic plot. Natsuo is also quite similar to Haruka, because both MCs are a rather rare realistic image of teenage boys in the anime, and not unrealistic chaste "accidental perverts". In the end, both anime are rather dark romance with large doses of erotica and teenage melodrama.  
report Recommended by RobertBobert
Both are based off of visual novel and both have incest. While Da Capo is funny, Yosuga no Sora lacks itself on the comedy side. But Yosuga no Sora has nudity and more perverted stuff. And last but not least: Both have Harem! 
report Recommended by Zanga
Both are about brother sister complex with mild nudity  
report Recommended by darkquach
You are wondering what these anime have in common when they have different plots. while it is true that they differ in the story, they have some similarities. If you're a fan of : - beautiful artwork - melancholic instrumental music - taboo love - lots of erotic scenes Then you'll probably like these anime. In Kuzu no Honkai the characters are developed better while Yosuga no Sora is by arcs. The Genres are different since one is a seinen and other is a (eroge) harem but nevertheless, they are both mature anime. 
report Recommended by Orulyon
-Both animes's setting/story goes by an omnibus format, and have small arcs for each heroine that doesn't diverge from the central plot of the story (with the setting intact) 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
-Both anime has the same Incest. But Fault! is more extreme (you could consider this anime as hentai) -Both anime has the sister and brother love (sex)  
report Recommended by SedriuM
"2 siblings move to rural japan after their parents die and do their best to support each other. Bring a box of tissues." Grave of the Fireflies or Yosuga no Sora? You decide! 
report Recommended by blitz_21x
Insect ,Brother sister love were both series have the main characters as siblings and they truly do love or show great affection towards each other, and they do show lots of attention towards the siblings love towards each other 
report Recommended by DiablaYukki
One thing I want to get cleared up: something about White Album, the first two seasons (or rather, the first adaptation of it) is one solid fact: it only makes a very small reference to White Album 2. Whether or not you skip it is up to you, but you won't miss out on very much. There's no guarantee we'll even remotely be on the same page for this one, but bear with me. Both of these shows are dramas, and to an extent, harems. They had a strange feel to them that made them seem similar to one another, but while most would disapprove of Yosuga  read more 
report Recommended by iSheep
SIW sub/sideplot and YNS last arc are similar in that both deal with bro-sis incest. In this case, the sis gradually gets her way with the bro. In SIW the supporting female sis obtains the bro by the card game mechanics and for now they act as secret lovers while YNS obtains by regular means/shows affection and takes it one step further by "going all in". 
report Recommended by OppaiSugoi
Resort boin contains incest content like yosuge. But instead of drama Resort boin offers rough sex instead. If you found yosuge no sora good to watch, give this masterpiece a try 
report Recommended by CombedSquash
Both deal with the brother - sister type relationship, romance and have smut scenes. Main difference is that Yosuga no Sora is a harem, while Kuro to Kin is reverse harem .  
report Recommended by Black05Velvet
Incestuous feelings. Need I say more? Both shows have a male protagonist that has complicated feelings towards his both sister and another girl, so a love triangle ensues. Both shows are very visually beautiful, emotional and feature memorable soundtracks. 
report Recommended by mimiiria
Do you enjoy watching a romance anime with heart and good character development put into it? Do you enjoy a show laced with beautiful scenery, memorable music and a mix of FEEELS? Both these shows left an impact in me, and their difficult themes and catchy opening songs haunted me long after I had finished watching them. Yosuga no Sora and Clannad After Story deal with dating, crushes and family drama in the first arcs but turn to more mature themes towards the end. Both shows are, in their own ways, absolutely unforgettable. 
report Recommended by mimiiria
Both are borderline-hentai ecchi shows. Yosuga no Sora has a lot more drama while Koe de Oshigoto is comedy, but some of the female characters are a little similar. YnS has a male protagonist while KdO has a female protagonist. 
report Recommended by Asfaria
Both anime MC's make their incestuous love an "accidental surprise" to the Male MC childhood friend. Even though BroSis knows the consequences to such relationships, they stick together to defy the norm. OreImo must be watched as a whole (not just the specials itself) to explain how the relationship was built up. 
report Recommended by OppaiSugoi
They both have similar, well done animation and give you a kind of relaxing feeling about them in their dialogue and overall tone. I personally think candy boy is more similar to the first 2 arcs of yosuga no sora, where it's just the blissful relationships of Kazuha and Akira where there isn't much trouble or drama between the two in love, but the drama comes from elsewhere. Overall I would describe it as blissful and recommend it of you liked yosuga no sora.  
report Recommended by mapperky
Both are rather ecchi-heavy and are harems. They both, however, also have strong storylines so the fanservice doesn't feel so copious. The animating styles of both are beautiful and have high production value. Both also have at least one pretty explicit sex scene, bordering on hentai in "We Without Wings", only saved by the fact that you don't see anybody's junk. It is justified though, since it happens in a daydream. This also explains why it is presented in such an over-sexualized and pornographic way in "We Without Wings". 
report Recommended by CrustyRolls
Both combine great "action" with great romance. Also grey haired lolis. 
report Recommended by fancyplants
-Both animes's setting/story goes by an omnibus format, and have small arcs for each heroine that doesn't diverge from the central plot of the story (with the setting intact) -Both animes can be seen as/is a harem 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
Both setting and personality is similar, they both have some humor and some dark tone. They also have similar artwork, and very sad moments. Oh, both opening song/music are very alike as well. 
report Recommended by Calib
-Both animes's setting/story goes by an omnibus format, and have small arcs for each heroine that doesn't diverge from the central plot of the story (with the setting intact) 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
-Both animes's setting/story goes by an omnibus format, and have small arcs for each heroine that doesn't diverge from the central plot of the story (with the setting intact) 
report Recommended by MagicFlier
Incestuous sex scenes with a flat-chested little sister. 
report Recommended by ZettaiRyouiki
Both are stories about twin brothers moving into a new house after the lost of their parents and the female main character seems to love her brother more than normal. And both are the harem type.  
report Recommended by biakudryavka
Well they're both beautifully animated, you can really see the emotions that the characters go through as the plot forces them to choose their decisions. There are mostly girl characters, very moe, and their actions revolve around the whims of a cute guy...Does Kyubey count as a cute guy? My son thinks so <_> Also, without spoiling too much, there's some gritty secrets near the end. Very dark. Very edgy. Both Yosuga and Madoka are groundbreaking, moving anime that no fan should go without watching . 
report Recommended by reymon14
-Parents die -Sister loves brother -Brother takes care of sister -Harem -Romance ... 
report Recommended by kurrama
Dating Sim style romance anime that starts over every few episodes with a new target. Not Hentai but mature 
report Recommended by random_06
Both are ecchi dramas that make use of large amounts of fanservice without sacrificing effective narrative, deep characterisation and thought-provoking themes. The use of fanservice within both shows is integral to reflecting the overarching themes. Both also feature some controversial content (lolicon fanservice in Kodomo no Jikan, incestuous relationships in Yosuga no Sora). 
report Recommended by smileyboyrocks
Both anime are about two orphan siblings with an odd, incestuous, relationship, both setting records for number of times a character says, "Onii-chan" in a single episode. 
report Recommended by LittleCaesars
Both are ecchi harems about a boy and his sexual experiences with a harem of women. 
report Recommended by LittleCaesars
Incestuous relationship between brothers and sister. Both relationships are considered bad for the society. 
report Recommended by SunWukung
One of the fundamental conventions of romantic fiction is the notion of love and compassion holding fast in the face of adversity, but what happens when the adversity that faces a love-struck couple is a widely-accepted social standard? Pride gets in the way, and the idea that people should conform to particular norms and values is in conflict with the core principles of romanticism. Yosuga no Sora and Yuri Kuma Arashi share remarkably similar ideals; they have very similar endings despite a distinct difference between their generic conventions and narrative style. At heart, both shows are about the underlying hypocrisy that taints the average romance, and  read more 
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