Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
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Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.

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Synonyms: AnoHana, We Still Don't Know the Name of the Flower We Saw That Day
Japanese: あの日見た花の名前を僕達はまだ知らない。


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 13
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 4, 2012 to Apr 4, 2013
Genres: DramaDrama, ShounenShounen
Authors: Izumi, Mitsu (Art)
Serialization: Jump SQ.


Score: 8.221 (scored by 39713,971 users)
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Ranked: #3442
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Popularity: #1093
Members: 11,027
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the story is somehow different but it remind me of "Ano Hana" because of one similarity between these stories it's talking about a friends who's living feeling guilty about what happened in the past the fact that they lost one of their important friends and they want to change the past Jintan can't change the past but Naho is contacting with her future self so she can change her present life to make it better from the Naho that living in the future ... 
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A group of friends attempt to help a ghost move on from their life. 
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Both are character drama's that involves the protagonist interacting with a ghost of past grievances. AnoHana differs being a slice-of-life with a larger focus on the friendships and connections between the characters. While Natsuyuki Rendezvous is more romance focused with a love triangle as the ghost is the heroines dead husband. Overall, both stories are powerful bittersweet stories about moving on and reestablishing connections of friendship/romance recommended for fans of sweet and sad tales. 
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Friendships, drama, love triangles and pain. Both of these stories follow such paths where a group of people worked together to solve their own faults and problems. If you liked the dynamics of one you'll be sure to like the other. 
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Time does not stop. If you were to leave your daily life and come back someday, would everything still be as it once was? Both series explore how almost shockingly unrecognizable the heroines' relationships and friends have become when they return. They will try to restore the past to what it was, all the while trying to move forward. 
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Both of these are dramas where an important friend from the past appears again. They're about a group of friends who are no longer as close as they once were because of a tragedy that happened. 
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Both are about a guy coming in contact with the ghost of a deceased/in coma childhood friend. While Pajama is a light rom/com Ano Hi Mita is a serious drama, but both have sweet and warm childhood memories. 
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As children become older, love becomes a more prominent matter in their lives. However, the past can haunt the present. As the series follow a group of close friends, their characters are fleshed out and their emotions are made bare. Time stops for some while it continues for the rest. Sometimes, one must ignore the time barrier to find where their true feelings lie in the end. Drama, tears, regret, and assurance await these children as they come of age. 
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Both have a ghost following the protagonist in order to fulfill their wishes to get to the afterlife. In Aoi, we have the "harem prince" befriending the so called delinquent of the school in order to give 7 presents to his fiancee. The delinquent is clueless in love and gets into all sorts of trouble in order to do so. One will definitely find this story heartwarming and cute if they enjoyed Anohana. On the other hand, prepare yourself for a feels trip since Anohana is highly regarded as a tear jerking anime/manga. We have the typical coming of age/time skip years later after one of the  read more 
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