Total Recommendations: 7
Both anime have war as the main element of the plot, there's also fantasy elements like magic e magical creatures and both have advanced technological weapons in a Far East middle age setting
These two take base on the style of the famous scrolls Chōjū-jinbutsu-giga (the oldest manga known) Both of them presents us the vibe of the Chōjū-jinbutsu-giga scrolls, with a scroll-like animation with a plain scroll-colored scenery and the semi-anthropomorphic animals drawn in a scroll-like style
An anime with a female lead that hunts monsters that feed on humans, a supporting character which is a magical cat that can turn into a cat girl, evil witches trying to kill the protagonists and some ecchi moments Well... Both of these shows have exactly this
Mori no Andou is an absurdist and completely random comedy that could easily fit in a Poputepipikku episode, it's even difficult to explain what they even have in common, in fact they have nothing in common and that's what makes them perfectly match as a nonsensical comedy
Lighthearted, simple, funny, both featuring polar bears named Polar Bear, your stress will vanish after just one episode of any of the two
These two are lighthearted stories about adorable girls having fun... "But things are not what it seems..."
These shows feature a parent taking care of their two kids, also in both shows one of the kids is an albino and the family interacts with human artifacts they didn't even know beforehand, but while Katte ni Shirokuma presents this in a comical way Kawa no Hikari presents this in a dramatical way