both revolve around a very likeable red-haired girl. They both have fantasy elements which involve kings,queens,etc. Also they are both very interesting and fun to read! If you enjoy one you will definitely like the other! :)
A destiny beholds the main female protagonist from both series. Not only do they possesses noticeable scarlet hair, they also have similar personalities. As the story goes on, they get into unwanted conflicts that changes their lives forever. From that story also comes romance that blooms between the main male and female protagonist.
There are also fantasy elements that involves their settings with a taste of shoujo.
Both mangas are about a red-haired girl, mistreated. The main character looks a lot like the brother in Reimei no Arcana. Both are blond and have similar looks. Both mangas' have a ton of sadness and romance, but Akagami has more comedy. They are alike enough for you to believe the authors are the same (I don't think there are). You'll love it.
- Shoujo manga with redheaded heroines
- Both of the heroines are strong-willed
- Both of them involve royalty and the struggles that come with being or not being royalty.
-Both involve conflict class/political wise.
- Both of them have the same "medieval"esque atmosphere.
- Difference is RnA is more supernatural.
Akagami no Shirayuki-hime and Akatsuki no Yona chronicles the journey of a character a young girl as their life changes one day forever after one faithful event. Starting off as girl who lacks confidence, they develop throughout the series after facing off against their fears. The relationships they develop with other characters ranges from a variety of emotions including romance, friendship, and hatred. Both series takes place in a fantasy setting where there are unlimited possibilities.
Both mangas have a young, red-haired heroine who goes on a journey facing many obstacles along the way. Both main characters start off as someone who doesn't have the strength and confidence to do things on her own, but as she meets more people joining the group, her growth gradually develops with a lot of potentials based on what they go up against. This takes place in a historical time period and the relationships she makes with one another are strongly bonded by love, friendship, and even hatred.
- Shoujo manga with redhead heroines
- Both of them focus on the girl being stronger, but by standing on her own two feet and no relying on a guy to save her
- Both of them involve royalty and the struggles that come with being or not being royalty
- Both of them have the same "medieval" esque atmosphere.
- Difference is in AnY Yona is a princess but in AnS Shirayuki is not.
A young girl in a mysterious land. In both series, you will discover their similarities in the essence of the characters. There is the fantasy setting with a shoujo like mood involving relationships. If you're into series with relationship building along with politics and personal struggles, both these titles should definitely be looked into. Their stories will also attract audience such as myself for their clever way of presenting its themes and style.
These mangas are different from each other but in a strange way you can find some similar qualites in each of them. I like how a member of royalty falls for a strange yet cunning girl, the adventure plots are each fun to read and all the characters are cute in both mangas. True, Akagami no Shirayuki has a sweeter feeling while Soredemo Sekai wa Utsukushii has a more maturish-comical feeling to it but I strongly feel you'll like it.
the art style is kind of the same. while i was reading ZHD, i couldn't help remember AnS. lol. there are both princes in the story (Johanne in ZHD and Zen in Ans) both the main girls are related to medicine in some way. they're both really good stories and really cute. :) i'm pretty sure if you like one of them, you'll like the other.
Fantasies with royal characters and nobles as the main characters. The prince's in both stories have a similar character, they are the second princes and both of them have a strong sense of justice and a strong commitment to the woman they love. Both are "true" princes who are good in spirit and heart and willing to sacrifice themselves and their titles for the girl they love.
Both have settings of political intrigue and war as a backdrop to the romance and both have strong stories and plots. If you love one I really think you will love the other one too.  read more
Both series focuses on political and romance that binds the two main characters together in a fated story. The main female protagonist has a strong personality and is not afraid to speak her mind. Throughout both series, we see the relationships she builds with others especially with the main male character. Similarly, the main male character also has a strong will and a princely like aura that makes them appealing. There is internal chemistry that can easily be seen with the duo's relationship. Recommended for fans of fantasy and romance.
These fantasy manga contain female lead characters that don't fall into the dense, overly kind, or quirky personality stereotypes. Both Karin and Shirayuki are young women that are pursuing their own goals. Karin runs a tea-leaf fortune telling business and Shirayuki is a pharmacist. The romantic interests are "nice" guys who are eager to support them. Both manga are good picks for a light fantasy story.
These two are similar because in both there is a person that everyone want but they are also complete different because Black Bird is about demons wanting Misao for there own reasons and is protected by Kyo just like how Shirayuki is wanted for her rare hair color and Zen protects her at the time. In both the Protecters and Protected fall in love with each other
Black Bird and Akagami no Shirayukihime are shoujo series with a dynamic focus on relationships. Both series' main male protagonist are talented and has a prestigious title in their name (they also have servants/followers). Their relationship with the main female protagonist brings a different side of them as times goes on. Both series adapts supernatural/fantasy elements with resourceful insight. There is also family origins and rivalry that develop between the main male protagonists.
Although the settings can't be farther apart, the relationship between the two main protagonists mirror each other fairly well. The buildup was taken care of early on in the series and we get to see the intimacy without too much drama. Both series focus on how the couples grow together, instead of relying on a climactic final arc for one side to finally realize their feelings.
Despite their different premises, Akagami no Shirayuki-hime and Kamisama Hajimemashita has a familiar feel with their story. Both series' main female protagonist are self-independent and are clever with their ways of thinking. Their encounter with the main male protagonist seems to be almost like fate as they get to know each other. Both series also adapts romance that becomes more evident as the story progresses on. There is also distinctive amount of fantasy elements as we see how their world functions.
Akagami no Shirayukihime's story line is completely different from Kamisama Hajimemashita. However, in both stories the main characters aren't your typical shoujo stereotype. The main heroines, Shirayuki (AnS) and Nanami (KH)'s personality are almost similar to each other though Zen (AnS) and Tomoe (KH) aren't in the sense that Zen didn't hate Shirayuki.
While reading KH, I'm reminded by AnS even though, as I said, the story line are completely different. Both aren't as predictable as it seems. Don't try to judge this both by just the cover or plotline. If you liked one, try the other too. Both are highly recommended for readers who can't stand mushy lovey-dovey shoujos. Happy reading! :3 read more
The storytelling of Akagami no Shirayuki-hime and Mahoutsukai no Yome has a similar feeling relating to fate. Both series' main female protagonist encounters an individual that changes their lives forever. There's a budding relationship that grows over time through the time they spend together. Furthermore, we see how much their characters develop in a fantasy world where there are many possibilities. Both series also adapts romance (more evident so in Akagami). The main female protagonist from both series are also known for their signature scarlet hair. Recommended for fans for fantasy fiction.
The main protagonist in both mangas are teens (Chise is 16 while Shirayuki is about 18ish). Their worlds change when they suddenly encounter and meet someone unique (Elias for Chise and Zen for Shirayuki). They soon start to enjoy their new environment! Both are a good read!
-Both red-heads. Somehow they look similar to me (both have short hair, though it grows..)
-Romance and Fantasy (although Mahoutsukai no Yome is more supernatural and Akagami no Shirayuki-hime leans more into Romance!)
-Both are definitely interesting!
Both mangas are about pharmacists who work for royalty and have a love plot between the pharmacist and the prince or princess. One distinguishing feature about the pharmacists is the colour of their hair, although it is for a completely different reasons in both mangas. Also, the romance is slightly repressed in both stories, which leads to a slightly different feel than shoujo's typically have.
If you like one, you are bound to like the other. Both have strong minded women with several different pressures in a beautiful romance with kind hearted but high-ranking men, and how they overcome obsticles life throws at them. Both amazing faiytale-like reads :)
- Both are "pure" romances
- Both relate to nobles
- Shirayuki & Juliet are similar, they are both independent and think for themselves.
- Both male main characters want to protect the girl with all their power
- Set during similar times
- The men confess first in both manga
- Both plots are similar in some ways.
- Both manga relate to overcoming problems in their relationships
the main female protagonist both have very bright and very unusual red hair that is very uncommon and unique. the red hair are very noticeable by the people. but there are some differences in one manga red hair is hated and looked down upon but in the other not so much its just a unique hair color that has never been seen before.
So, I will say that Blue Ramun is not nearly as great as Akagami no Shirayuki-hime, but, you will more than likely enjoy one if you like the other.
- Both heroines have something special about them. (Blue blood, Red hair)
- Both heroines are doctors.
- Both heroines have to overcome their status when it comes to being with their love interest. (Blue Doctor/Captain, Royal Pharmacist/2nd Prince)
- Both heroines have to deal with being targeted for their looks. (Blue eyes, Red hair)
- Both heroines are guests in their new cities. (Nomads)
- Both heroines are slightly naive when it comes to love or people with bad intentions towards them.
- The male love interests are super protective of the heroines.  read more
The story lines are different, but both manga take place in an old-fashioned medieval-esque time period where there are princess and princesses within different kingdoms. In both stories, the heroine are of different social status, with one being poor and one being a princess of a prestigious country. They both meet guys, who happen to be princes, and a love develops, although Shirayuki is more of a slow love.
Both loves are innocent and they both face the obstacles of opposition of their relationship and other guys or women who want to get in the way.
The characters look identical, no joke.(but that happens a lot soo...)
Both have the male protagonist finding themselves falling in love with the female lead, with the females taking a little longer until they realize their feelings. Both also have this adorable feel to it as you read on.
Despite Shirayuki Hime not having any rivalry between the male and female, the two mangas are relatively the same:)
I smiled and laughed while reading through both of these<3
Both series contain strong determined heroines who face their problems head on.
Both heroines have a goal and a career they work hard towards despite the challenges and prejudices they face.
Both heroines become involved in the internal affairs of the castle with royalty taking a romantic interest in them.
Specifically, the second prince of Clarines in Akagami and the emperor in Saiunkoku.
Both series contain a strong supportive cast who have their own stories to tell.
The heroines of both stories define themselves as a doctor or pharmacist. That is the driving force of their life. They're both sweet shoujo stories with slow and soft romances. Their prospective love interests are both hardworking royalty.
Akagami no Shirayuki-hime reminds me of Disney princess movies, so Kilala is definitely a good choice. Both manga have chivalrous male leads and clever female leads who are strong in their own ways. Also both manga are fun to read and give you butterflies.
Both stories have a red haired talented heroine who is trying to make it in her own for the people she loves. Listed are some of the similar characteristics:
-absent or some whT gone parents
Both are set in a similar era with the female protagonists coming from a "commoners" background and are adjusting to life inside the castle. Akagami no Shirayuki-hime is a bit more serious than Migawari Hakushaku no Bouken however.
In both mangas, a girl meets a prince from a country, and falls for him. Both girls are "orphans" (or so they say?). An opposing force hinders the two and something is needed to reverse something that has been done (poison in Akagami no Shirayuki-hime, and a spell in Tobenai Washi Ouji). As the opposing force attempts to find those two, something happens, and a plan is put into action (not really a plan in Akagami no Shirayuki-hime). All ends well, opposing force is punished. However, Akagami no Shiraykui-hime is ongoing (what was described was just the first chapter) and longer, whereas Tobenai Washi Ouji is a oneshot.  read more
-Both of them involve a lower status girl and a high status blonde guy.
-Both of the girls want to become a certain profession (Shirayuki wants to be a pharmacist and Lydia wants to be a fairy doctor)
-Both of the heroines come across the main males through chance.
Sweet, pure love stories. Both girls must leave home for some reason and end up living with a "prince-type" character (sorta..they have their quirks). Both have fighting, but is not action-packed. For both girls, their parents are out of the picture. Both stories have great, almost enchanting art styles.
Both stories are set in a somewhat historical setting and have elements of steampunk. Akagami no Shirayukihime deals with a prince and a pharmacist while Crookclock is about a rich clockmaker and a maid servant. Akagami no Shirayukihime is focused more towards friendship and dealing with day-to-day happenings while Crookclock is a bit more romance oriented. Both include heart-warming moments and incidents that will cause you to fall out of your chair laughing.
these two anime are a little similar. a prince wants to make a girl his concubine when he saw her unusual red hair. but the girl tries to escape she cuts her hair short and runs away. then she runs into another prince.
If you are a fan of the shoujo fantasy Akagami no Shirayuki-hime try The Thief and the Jewel Girl. Similarities are that the girl has special features that make her hunted, also they are both sweet fantasies in the pure fantasy genre. The Thief and the Jewel Girl is a one shot and Akagami no Shirayuki-hime is an ongoing series, so you can read this one shot while you are waiting for new chapters. This is mostly suited to shoujo lovers.
(Semi) historical setting - check. Characters representing the whole social strata - check. Various socio-politico-economic issues woven into the story - check. And mainly, the main character is a girl determined to make her own way in life.
okay, i found the two main girls to be similar. both of them are girls that aren't going to cry in every chapter and in general don't need to depend on their guy for everything. both of the girls are strong and depend on themselves to achieve their goals. but don't worry, the guy still saves them when it's important :)
Both have a protagonist named "Snow White" (ShiraYuki), and while in AnSH the protagonist has Red hair like an apple and knows the cure to poisoned apples, in S.A., the protagonist deeply hates apples and has Red eyes.
Both have a similar feel.
A strong female lead who in most cases isn't particularly conventional.
The pace of the stories is very similar, the chapters are connected yet are somewhat episodic, in every chapter a new thing happens.
I'm sure if you liked one you'll like the other too.
Both have bold main charcters, that are women, that are ready for adventure and a change in their lives. The storylines surround the friendships of the main characters and their development, and intertwine with legends or folktales. Also, apples are a common theme.
Similar in the sense that the girl is always being watched over by the handsome, caring guy. Lots of perilous situations that lead to cute, romantic scenes. Beautiful artwork and heart-throbbing moments!
Both stories focuses on a 'royal' family member and their friend/parter (in each manga respectively) in a fantasy world where kings, nobles and servants serve as the political structure of this world. +C has more action in it while Shirayuki Hime is obviously more romantic. But after reading both I enjoyed them both immensely and felt a similar feel to it (largely due to the beautiful character designs and art both of these manga contain).
Shinobi Life and Akagami no Shirayuki-Hime adapts a similar premise involving a prominent female character who gets themselves involved in complicated matters. Their adventure lands them in a world where they make concrete bonds with others. Thus, expect relationship building between her and various characters that portrays a wide range of emotions. Both series' world fiction also adapts fantasy elements although Shinobi Life has more historical context while Akagami leans more towards shoujo. Also expect romance to develop over the course of both series as we learn more about the main characters. Recommended for fans of fictional adventure.
Although Akagami no Shirayuki-hime has a very light-hearted setting and Joou no Hana becomes more serious and twisted as the plot goes on, both manga have a "royal" setting with some politics. Furtermore, both manga have an intelligent, strong and independent female lead who does her best to reach a certain goal, and a male lead who supports them from behind.
Both have a spinn off of european fairy tale feeling and the main girl characters gave off sort of a similar feel. Both have monarchy, castles and such. Also, both deal with family/social pressure for them to not be together. The male leads are different even thought they are both hot. Sweety Gem's male character gets angry easier. Also, SG starts in the past and takes place in the present. wile Akagami all takes place in the same time period.
Okay both these manga are great! i nearly cried of happiness at the end and was grinning all the way thru, they sacrifice themselves for each othr nd ther so nice! the art is great too...AHHAHAHAH anyway READ IT!!
P.S. if u like happy romance stories these are great!
Set in a fantasy world, both series takes a rather unique approach at fantasy fiction. The main female characters has strong wills and unique skills that makes them stand out with their roles. Both series has a lot of focus on relationship dynamics. For Maoyuu, there's a bit of politics that is added to the mix while Akagami no Shirayuki-hime revolves with shoujo themes. As their story develops, we learn much more about their world, the roles of the characters, and their purpose.