Total Recommendations: 2
Both anime series always eat in a cute a way, eat together with love. Flying Witch show is also steadily making me want to eat more healthy types of things lol They have similarities to the protagonist and friends around it. They're both slice of life but Flying Witch is a supernatural genre. The anime is pure, cute, calming & chill. You're in for a treat! They're both great show. Little unfocused, little short, but wonderful art direction, very chill. Aaaaaand, Flying Witch was wayyy better than Koufuku Graffiti! if you're anime type is Koufuku Grafitti, try Flying Witch. I'm sure you'll love it!
Mojacko-Doraemon division is quite a 'visible' talk point that kids entertainment television witnesses worldwide. Doraemon and Mojacko were two animé characters, who not only made televiewers laugh but also taught somelessons. Interestingly, amongst other countries, here in the Philippines, Doraemon was launched after Mojacko. Yet, it's Doraemon that once again became the more popular property amongst the two. From the creators of Doraemon (I think) comes another brainless, pointless, and utterly fascinating anime. Mojacko is this loud, girl-obsessed alien with a furry orange ball for a body. He lives in Japan with Surao (a young boy) and his family. Surao, unlike the kid from Doraemon, is actually a pretty nice kid. He's not spoiled or selfish or anything and usually, it's Mojacko who gets into trouble and Surao and his friend Miki have to get him out of it. Mojacko is better than Doraemon since the humor is better and the art is better and the characters are more lovable. Mojacko has relatives, too. There's Mojari, pink and responsible, and Mojaro, who's green and can only say "Moja! Moja!" (you can mistake him for a Pokemon). Then there's Mojacko's rival for the lost treasure that he's looking for, Momoja, blue, cool, and absolutely evil. This series is really loopy and is great for people who have the attention span of four-year-olds who are sooo sick of the sappy love angles in many anime today.