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Total Recommendations: 8

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Hanasaku Iroha
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Konohana Kitan
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Innocent and extremely cute bright haired girls working in an inn/hot springs and meeting many friends along the way. Happiness through hard work. Importance of family. Endless admiration of one's mentors. A pinch of romance and comedy sprinkled in with a warm and mellow atmosphere. One of key differences is that while Konohana Kitan obviously relies on supernatural stuff, Hanasaku Iroha tells a more grounded story.

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Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu
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Devilman: Crybaby
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Beta male becomes a monster that ends up battling his own kind. Blood and gore take center stage. Civilian deaths everywhere. Dull female love interests. Loss of grasp over one's sanity and humanity.

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Hellsing Ultimate
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Baccano!
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Noise. Western setting in place of a more conventional eastern one. Glorification of violence. Overabundance of blood. Uncommon friendships and betrayals. Unusually long life cycles. Overpowered eccentric males. Silent females who kick butt. Supernatural versus ordinary. Youth versus experience. Kick-ass English dubs which are arguably better than their original counterparts.

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Hanasaku Iroha
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Sakura-sou no Pet na Kanojo
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Characters as a driving force. A once cold place now bustling with life, illuminated by colors of its people. Familial bonds singing in unison with the bonds of friendship. Trials of teenage romance. Marital comforts. Selfishness versus selflessness, understanding versus misunderstanding. Talent versus hard work. Old versus new. Flow of time. Tears signifying a decisive victory of youth.

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Seto no Hanayome
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Nichijou
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Abnormal people and creatures living ordinary lives. Absurd comedic moments. Absence of reason and normalcy. Absolute hilarity.

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Ookami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki
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Hanasaku Iroha: Home Sweet Home
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Family and motherhood are prevalent themes in both movies. They also both aim to invoke a similar warm and fuzzy feeling from its viewers.

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Love Live! School Idol Project
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Wake Up, Girls!
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Ambitious groups of idols who start from nothing and then strive for the top. Both contain a mix of comedic and dramatic moments, as well as a cast of likable characters (for the most part). Key difference is that WUG tries to show a more realistic portrayal of the idol business, while Love Live doesn't.

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Inferno Cop
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Samurai Flamenco
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Campy shows centered around individuals whose sole goal is delivering justice.