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Anime: Non Non Biyori
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Non Non Biyori
Anime: Yuru Camp△ Season 2
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Yuru Camp△ Season 2
If you have fallen in love with the tranquility of camping and the relationships of the protagonists, the tranquility of the countryside and the love in Non Non Biyori is sure to win your heart.
Anime: Gintama.
If you liked
Gintama.
Anime: Grand Blue
...then you might like
Grand Blue
Honestly, the humor is gold in both of these. Grand blue has a very low chance of continuing the anime but the manga is gold. Gintama is heart touching at times but it’s mostly hilarious.
Anime: Hunter x Hunter (2011)
If you liked
Hunter x Hunter (2011)
Anime: Edens Zero
...then you might like
Edens Zero
Both Mcs want to make friends and find someone/something and live in a unique place since birth. And have a darker tone and have similar friendship vibes, and have extraordinary powers. Same composer. :)
Anime: Slam Dunk
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Slam Dunk
Anime: Kuroko no Basket
...then you might like
Kuroko no Basket
Sports anime, with basketball as the sport have great characters and very good comedy Very enjoyable
Anime: Kimetsu no Yaiba
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Kimetsu no Yaiba
Anime: Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
...then you might like
Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
Both are new generation Shounen with great animation, good plot enjoyable characters Very very good fight scenes Highly enjoyable Have Demons and Curses as villians
Anime: Free!
If you liked
Free!
Anime: SK∞
...then you might like
SK∞
Both are pretty boys doing things together for fun Great Fujoshi bait But really enjoyable
Anime: One Punch Man
If you liked
One Punch Man
Anime: Mob Psycho 100
...then you might like
Mob Psycho 100
Both are written by the same author, both mcs are overpowered, both have great animation Mob Psycho sometime feels emotional whereas Opm is pure Hype Both super enjoyable
Anime: One Punch Man
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One Punch Man
Anime: Boku no Hero Academia
...then you might like
Boku no Hero Academia
Both are Superhero fighting villians except the fact Saitama is overpowered and Deku had to train They have different themes but Initial setting seems similar And are very enjoyable
Anime: Bakemonogatari
If you liked
Bakemonogatari
Anime: Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai
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Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai
Both mcs solve problems of different girls they meet in kinda supernatural way They are good romance, slice of Life, supernatural series and Bunny girl seems a simplified Monogatari series
Anime: Bleach
If you liked
Bleach
Anime: Black Clover
...then you might like
Black Clover
Both are great Shounen and highly enjoyable They have great fights, good music and good animation in fights specially black clover Bleach has a soul reaper setting , while black clover has magic
Anime: Great Teacher Onizuka
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Great Teacher Onizuka
Anime: Ansatsu Kyoushitsu
...then you might like
Ansatsu Kyoushitsu
Both are great Anime which focus on School setting and the teachers are very good and inspiring characters Both the teachers help with their students' problems and make the students like them
Anime: Kuroko no Basket
If you liked
Kuroko no Basket
Anime: Haikyuu!!
...then you might like
Haikyuu!!
Sport-based, good development of friendships and teamworks
Anime: Chihayafuru
If you liked
Chihayafuru
Anime: 3-gatsu no Lion
...then you might like
3-gatsu no Lion
Both are Anime about games and show character relations through games I enjoyed both anime While there is more Game in chihayafuru and more slice of Life elements in 3 gatsu no lion If you enjoyed either you will enjoy the other one
Anime: Banana Fish
If you liked
Banana Fish
Anime: SK∞
...then you might like
SK∞
- Same director - Amazing stories - Good friendship
Anime: 07-Ghost
If you liked
07-Ghost
Anime: Karneval (TV)
...then you might like
Karneval (TV)
Both series are filled to the brim with bishounen and have a cute almost ambiguous main character with a rather naive world view. Both their closest friends are more down to earth mature minds with troubles of their own and share aloof tendencies while being fairly hard on themselves. Both series' are filled with interesting and visually pleasing fights and supernatural themes. If you like one you are bound to like the other.
Anime: Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu
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Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu
Anime: Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
...then you might like
Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
Both shows have similar, somwhat dark atmosphere, are packed with action and very fun to watch, while at times pondering on more serious topics. Both have supernatural elements, and [minor spoiler] deaths of many characters. One of the similarities is also main character that undergoes a change in his life and acquires abilities that he's never dreamed of, suffers, changes forever and learn more about what it is to be human. And both OSTs are amazing, animation is solid (jjk's animation is more impressive imo, but Parasyte also looks amazing)
Anime: xxxHOLiC
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xxxHOLiC
Anime: Fukigen na Mononokean
...then you might like
Fukigen na Mononokean
-Both are about yokai -Main character is being troubled by yokai and finds a mysterious person to help him -Main character is hired as an assistant to pay off his debt
Anime: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
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Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
Anime: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
The main characters of these two anime had a great evolution. At first they were weak, but in the end they were the strongest. If you like to watch the main character develop, this anime is perfect too. The two animes are also similar when it comes to the secondary characters too. Both main characters have strong companions and their number is increasing.
Anime: Girls & Panzer
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Girls & Panzer
Anime: High School Fleet
...then you might like
High School Fleet
Both show involve high school girls participating in militaristic activity for fun. Whether you’re more of a grounded terrain, on-the-front-lines connoisseur or an oceanic battlefield, for-comba-and-trade aficionado, both shows will provide you plenty of entertainment and joy.
Anime: Kizumonogatari III: Reiketsu-hen
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Kizumonogatari III: Reiketsu-hen
Anime: Fate/stay night Movie: Heaven's Feel - III. Spring Song
...then you might like
Fate/stay night Movie: Heaven's Feel - III. Spring Song
If you want to see the epic anime movie battle, these two series are very extraordinary, both are movies from many series, these two shows have an interesting plot and story from part 1 and both have 3 parts, both have the same goal of saving and helping the heroine, both MC's zero to hero, and in this part 3,both for that reason the MC does hard work against the enemy to achieve the goal by fighting, both have their own signature OST & graphics, but both are still awesome, yeah both of them have amazing and epic battles anime ever.
Anime: Shounen Onmyouji
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Shounen Onmyouji
Anime: Nurarihyon no Mago
...then you might like
Nurarihyon no Mago
-Both are about youkai and ayakashi -In both anime main character are grandsons and going to inherit their grandfather
Anime: Ao no Exorcist
If you liked
Ao no Exorcist
Anime: Enen no Shouboutai
...then you might like
Enen no Shouboutai
- occult/religious - main characters have similar vibes - I liked blue exorcist wayyyyyy more than fire force tho... - anyway, the main character is strong but, ya know, has to go through some stuff - this might not make sense right now but both main characters are seen as “evil” at some point - demons? I guess? although the lore is veeeeery different, but they both take the route of Christianity
Anime: Ao no Exorcist
If you liked
Ao no Exorcist
Anime: Boku no Hero Academia
...then you might like
Boku no Hero Academia
- High school - That's literally it, just high school - If you just want to watch something that’s not set in a “normal” world, then these work since powers and occult fall into that category - Mha is much more hype, but at a basic level, both shows are “main character is different from other characters and struggles but will make is through bc development and friendship”
Anime: One Punch Man
If you liked
One Punch Man
Anime: Boku no Hero Academia
...then you might like
Boku no Hero Academia
- hero - that's pretty much it... - one punch has more humor tho and is less plot orientated, but if you enjoy one of these you’ll probably enjoy the other - one punch is not high schoolers but I think you'll still like it, ik some people legit will only watch an anime if the main characters are teenagers - honestly, the shows are very different but like I kinda get similar vibes, maybe bc they both show how heroes have affected society in interesting ways
Anime: Haikyuu!!
If you liked
Haikyuu!!
Anime: Baby Steps
...then you might like
Baby Steps
Both anime are incredibly realistic and are exciting to watch. Both also share the aspect of showing us how the team trains and also develops their protagonist fantastically.
Anime: Barakamon
If you liked
Barakamon
Anime: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Both anime are incredibly wholesome and fun to watch while Tensura shows some action and wholesomeness, Barakamon shows us the daily life of the protagonist and wholesomeness. In short both stated anime are incredibly unwinding and can be watched at a quick pace.
Anime: One Piece
If you liked
One Piece
Anime: Edens Zero
...then you might like
Edens Zero
Both anime consist of a man recruiting people throughout the series to go on adventures Both shounen have the protagonist and his team searching for something Both anime have easy to understand stories Both anime can go from having joyful adventures to even dark and depressing themes Both have amazing world building that contribute towards the story
Anime: Space☆Dandy
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Space☆Dandy
Anime: Edens Zero
...then you might like
Edens Zero
Both anime consist of a team of quirky and fun characters traveling in space They both have either dark and/or joyful moments Both have aesthetically pleasing space themes along with fan service and funny scenes
Anime: Hellsing Ultimate
If you liked
Hellsing Ultimate
Anime: Drifters
...then you might like
Drifters
Art styles are very similar. Both contain important historical aspects. Both series are extremely enjoyable I highly recommend both of them.
Anime: Texhnolyze
If you liked
Texhnolyze
Anime: Psycho-Pass
...then you might like
Psycho-Pass
Both anime explore a dystopian future world in which new technology plays a role in shaping society, for better or for worse. The tone of both shows is dark and gritty. Each has a great cast of characters. Each explores philosophical ideas about society, although they differ in the specific ideas they explore.
Anime: Cheer Danshi!!
If you liked
Cheer Danshi!!
Anime: Skate-Leading☆Stars
...then you might like
Skate-Leading☆Stars
Both are sports anime centred around a group of boys competing as a team in a sport that are usually seen as being more 'feminine'. In Cheer Danshi, the sport is cheer, and in Skate-Leading Stars, although the actual sport is made up, figure skating as a sport is often seen as being female-dominated. There are also a few similar characters in the shows such, such as Mizoguchi from Cheer Danshi and Kiriyama from Skate-Leading Stars, and, overall, the shows just have similar vibes. If you liked one, you'll probably like the other.
Anime: Angel Beats!
If you liked
Angel Beats!
Anime: Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
...then you might like
Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
Both anime shows life after death with good but sad history.
Anime: Paniponi Dash!
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Paniponi Dash!
Anime: Nurse Witch Komugi-chan Magikarte
...then you might like
Nurse Witch Komugi-chan Magikarte
Both anime have insane, joke-a-second pacing. Pani Poni Dash is so dense with gags that you have to watch it a couple times to catch everything, and it can honestly get a little exhausting at times. I feel like Komugi-Chan would be a good warm-up to get used to shows with that kind of spastic pace.
Anime: Kiznaiver
If you liked
Kiznaiver
Anime: Wonder Egg Priority
...then you might like
Wonder Egg Priority
This one also deals with lots of emotional , traumatic experiences of teenagers, the sci-fi aspects are there so are a varied cast of characters. Plus its also from the same writer of Ano hana so thats there
Anime: Shaman King
If you liked
Shaman King
Anime: Edens Zero
...then you might like
Edens Zero
These shows aren't super similar but what they do have in common is that they're shounens directed to a younger audience (10-13 year olds). Both shows have their fair share of ecchi elements but thats standard for the shounen genre. So yeah if you like edens zero you probably will like shaman king :)
Anime: Mister Ajikko
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Mister Ajikko
Anime: Shokugeki no Souma
...then you might like
Shokugeki no Souma
Mister Ajikko is the original gourmet manga and although the genre has gone through several evolutions since 1973, Shokugeki no Souma is probably the closest to inheriting its DNA in the current generation. Mister Ajikko established the shonen themes of competing through cooking battles and the protagonist striving to improve himself and his skills. Souma also embraces other shonen tropes like nakama and genius vs hard-work which have become standard in the genre since Ajikko's time. However, the biggest sign that Souma is a throwback is the exaggerated reactions by the people eating the food which was first developed in Mister Ajikko to help express the food's deliciousness in a visual medium. During the mid-80s reactions became more subtle and information was imparted by an expert critiquing the food (which Souma also often incorporates).
Anime: Mister Ajikko
If you liked
Mister Ajikko
Anime: Ippon Bouchou Mantarou
...then you might like
Ippon Bouchou Mantarou
If you are interested in the history of the gourmet genre, Mister Ajikko is based on the first fully realized gourmet manga. It establishes the tropes of cooking battles and exaggerated reactions to eating delicious food. Ippon Bouchou Mantarou is adapted from the second generation of gourmet manga when more subdued reactions became the norm, but it continues the themes of competition and battling to perfect one's cooking.
Anime: Ippon Bouchou Mantarou
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Ippon Bouchou Mantarou
Anime: Cooking Papa
...then you might like
Cooking Papa
Both Cooking Papa and Ippon Bouchou Mantarou are adapted from second generation (mid 80s) gourmet manga. While Ippon Bouchou Mantarou follows the traditional wandering chef polishing his skills trope, Cooking Papa broke new ground with slice of life cooking by a salaryman. Cooking Papa also pioneered the inclusion of recipes at the end of a chapter or episode, so if you are interested in trying the dishes at home, you can.
Anime: Oishinbo
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Oishinbo
Anime: Cooking Papa
...then you might like
Cooking Papa
Both Cooking Papa and Oishinbo are gourmet anime based on manga from the mid-80s. Oishinbo originated the food critic trope (ie a focus on obscure knowledge about ingredients or techniques), but Cooking Papa pioneered the slice of life with cooking recipe included at the end. While it seemed like Oishinbo had the bigger influence on the gourmet genre for about two decades, after the mangaka got into political trouble over how he depicted the Fukushima Disaster, there have been a boom of more Cooking Papa influenced style manga and anime- with the signature focus on attainable and cookable dishes. So if you want to experience another OG gourmet anime, check it out.
Anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion
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Neon Genesis Evangelion
Anime: Wonder Egg Priority
...then you might like
Wonder Egg Priority
14 year-olds fight against monsters that they don't fully understand. Both shows are psychological with abstract endings. Both shows also had production issues which led the true endings to be aired at a later date. The plots are pretty different but there are some similar ideas/topics such as depression and self-worth. Overall, there are quite a few differences but there are also some big similarities, so if you loved WEP then you might like NGE too (or vice versa)
Anime: Oishinbo
If you liked
Oishinbo
Anime: Ippon Bouchou Mantarou
...then you might like
Ippon Bouchou Mantarou
From the second generation of gourmet manga (mid 80s), these anime give an idea about the usual tropes. Ippon Bouchou Mantarou hews more closely to the first generation with a wandering chef pursuing the perfection of his craft, whereas Oishinbo is known for making the shift from the focus on the craftsman to the focus on the critic evaluates food. Of course this is no surprise as Big Joe is the author of both the Ippon Bouchou Mantarou manga and the OG gourmet manga, Houchounin Ajihei.
Anime: Paradise Kiss
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Paradise Kiss
Anime: Nana
...then you might like
Nana
if you liked nana, you might like paradise kiss, both are from the same manga author and has romance, slice of life, comedy, drama.
Anime: Danna ga Nani wo Itteiru ka Wakaranai Ken 2 Sure-me
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Danna ga Nani wo Itteiru ka Wakaranai Ken 2 Sure-me
Anime: Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara
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Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara
Both feature cute shorts about an adult relationship. The relationships are very different however, so if you are looking for more otaku loves normie stuff you wont fine it in Osake. The art is cute though.
Anime: Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara
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Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara
Anime: Takunomi.
...then you might like
Takunomi.
Both series are shorts about drinking at home.
Anime: Kuzu no Honkai
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Kuzu no Honkai
Anime: Citrus
...then you might like
Citrus
Do you like Citrus? Do you like Yuri, Romance Anime, and Ecchi? Then Kuzu no Honkai is the anime for you! Kuzu no Honkai, like Citrus, is about High School Romance. There are Yuri scenes, Ecchi scenes, and it is very much like Citrus. In Citrus, you might actually like the characters, but in Kuzu no Honkai you are probably going to think that most of the characters are scumbags, with the exception of Ecchan and the teacher who the main protagonist, Hanabi, refers to as Onee-chan(not weird at all right). It is only 12 episodes long and I think that this anime will keep you entertained for a while. Now go watch it.
Anime: Flip Flappers
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Flip Flappers
Anime: Wonder Egg Priority
...then you might like
Wonder Egg Priority
Both are episodic adventures through the human subconscious with vaguely Jungian themes throughout. WEP does deal with more serious social issues than FliFla, but perhaps because of this stumbles more to the end than FliFla. Both shows are immensely fun though, and an absolute gorgeous sight to behold.
Anime: Asagao to Kase-san.
If you liked
Asagao to Kase-san.
Anime: Umibe no Étranger
...then you might like
Umibe no Étranger
- Both are short, wholesome LGBTQA+ media that anyone (not only those in the community) can enjoy - Smooth and pretty animation - Lovable (and relatable) characters - Both receive my gay stamp of approval
Anime: Cat's Eye
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Cat's Eye
Anime: Magic Kaito 1412
...then you might like
Magic Kaito 1412
Although being far apart in age, Magic Kaito 1412 and Cat's Eye both tell the story of brilliant thieves, brought to crime for a noble cause, who deal constantly with the police's resistance and in particular with some policeman who is very colse to them in the daylight.
Anime: Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?
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Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?
Anime: Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka
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Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka
I can't say the plot is very similar but both anime gives off the same vibe (I couldn't help but be reminded of Danmachi when watching Problem Children..) Their guild system is very similar > Danmachi - familia (the family of their god) > Mondaiji - each family has a zone
Anime: Hanayamata
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Hanayamata
Anime: Sora yori mo Tooi Basho
...then you might like
Sora yori mo Tooi Basho
Both involve the main characters attempting to become stronger and less ordinary, with a group of other girls who share the same dream.
Anime: Fairy Tail
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Fairy Tail
Anime: Edens Zero
...then you might like
Edens Zero
Edens Zero is basically Fairy Tail in space. Created by the same mangaka, -the characters -those characters' personality traits -the sense humor -the fights and abilities -the ecchi element -and everyone's drive to protect their friends all remain the same in both series.
Anime: Hellsing Ultimate
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Hellsing Ultimate
Anime: Deadman Wonderland
...then you might like
Deadman Wonderland
This word makes me become stronger. SEARCH AND DESTROY. Both are very dark and serious action shows which have many bloody, gore, violence scenes. Combined with art style, badass. Plots are different. HU characters fight for erase true evil organization. DW characters fight for prison break. It means kill them all. Alucard and Ganta have special powers related to blood. Their destructive powers are huge. I think they're well-written MCs. Seras and Shiro, Anderson and Senji also similar. They're very important characters of each MCs. No one is waste. All fighting scenes are really good and stylish. Killing unfolds domination of death. You won't be disappointed this point. Regarding sound, DW has amazingly cool OP song. Both VAs also did great job. Exciting and hyped. HU has better story and perfection overall. DW is unfinished story due to manga was continuing at that time. It can't be helped. Nevertheless, please don't miss DW. This show may be quite painful at first in every way. I used to be the same as this. DW is an underrated show because not for everyone more than HU. But I think you'll love it if you loved HU. If you can surpass wall of rating, definitely must watch. Anime's expression is various. Both shows will prove it for you.
Anime: Btooom!
If you liked
Btooom!
Anime: Darwin's Game
...then you might like
Darwin's Game
after i finished Btooom!, i just realized this series have same vibe like Darwin's Game. Both are Battle Royale themed anime which is really good!
Anime: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
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Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
Anime: Wonder Egg Priority
...then you might like
Wonder Egg Priority
both universes seem cheerful but are deep and mysterious the stories are different but very unique i have the feeling that we can't really understand the whole stories of these shows, but they are truly enjoyable and interesting
Anime: Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World - The Animated Series
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Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World - The Animated Series
Anime: Majo no Tabitabi
...then you might like
Majo no Tabitabi
Both animes include the main character adventuring the world for their own reasons. They also have some stunning animation and wonderous protagonists. We have Elaina on her magical broom, and Kino on Hermes. Neither of them contain real plot, but are shows to watch if you just want to chill and relax, without needing to take anything seriously.
Anime: Boku no Hero Academia
If you liked
Boku no Hero Academia
Anime: Black Clover
...then you might like
Black Clover
Both Of The Main Characters are Underdogs. Both Of Them Are Not Born With The Respective Power Everyone Else In Their World Is Born With. Both Amazing Shows Definitely Watch.
Anime: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Anime: Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shoumei shitemita.
...then you might like
Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shoumei shitemita.
Both anime are about 2 people who refuse to acknowledge that they love one another. It is obvious to everyone else who watches that they do love each other. They are both really cute couples and are excellent rom-com anime.
Anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion
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Neon Genesis Evangelion
Anime: Shingeki no Kyojin
...then you might like
Shingeki no Kyojin
Both series have complex, well-developed characters in a post-apocalyptic world, where creatures of a different, superior species desire to wipe out mankind. Under the guise of "one dimensional action-packed anime", they tackle deep underlying issues of humanity, each in different ways. Also, (spoiler?) at the end of the animes, it is shown that humans are actually behind the orchestration of their undoing.
Anime: Hametsu no Mars
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Hametsu no Mars
Anime: Ex-Arm
...then you might like
Ex-Arm
Both of these anime are completely immaculate and display sheer brilliance, comprising many, many mind-blowing scenes that will never fail to leave you in awe. You aren't recommended to watch them, you HAVE to watch them.
Anime: Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
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Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
Anime: Urasekai Picnic
...then you might like
Urasekai Picnic
The story centers around two girls with almost opposite personalities. This makes their interactions and journey together interesting and fun to watch. Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou does cover much heavier themes (philosophical) than Urasekai Picnic, however. Urasekai Picnic is a different genre but both have interesting plots that once you start you have to finish!
Anime: Balala Xiaomoxian: Mofa Hai Ying Bao
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Balala Xiaomoxian: Mofa Hai Ying Bao
Anime: Tropical-Rouge! Precure
...then you might like
Tropical-Rouge! Precure
Also known as Balala Ocean Magic, well, the title says it all! Tropical Rouge Precure has a less obvious, but still relevant title. Don't get it yet? Let me spell it out then - both series are about magical girls who deal with ocean themes! This Precure series is more slapstick comedy than usual, so the feel and comedy of each is quite similar, along with the theme, genre, and animation. Balala did the ocean theme first, but Precure is the more well-known franchise. Precure focuses more on action and is more character-driven, while Balala has a more slice-of-life feel and is story-driven, though each has plenty of cute girls doing cute things!
Anime: Btooom!
If you liked
Btooom!
Anime: Darwin's Game
...then you might like
Darwin's Game
Both are battle royal anime that has a video game come to life scenario. In Darwin's Game, Kaname downloads a mobile app and is given a sigil or ability that he uses to fight other players and win challenges. In Btooom!, Ryouta is brought to an island and is forced to kill other players using bombs, which is exactly like the in-anime, titular video game he frequently plays. Both protagonists are also overpowered, Ryouta is the top Btooom player in Japan and as a result, he has a leg-up on everyone else on the island; meanwhile, Kaname has a sigil that allows him to create any weapon. On top of their op abilities, they also have a blonde female sidekick to assist them.
Anime: Violet Evergarden
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Violet Evergarden
Anime: Domestic na Kanojo
...then you might like
Domestic na Kanojo
The main and probably only reason to compare these two series is the Rui character who has a very similar development as Violet. A journey of self discovery, when she learns to deal with the new emotions she feels and understand her own hearth.
Anime: Overlord
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Overlord
Anime: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Both protagonists build their kingdom for their goal. Finding people from Japan
Anime: Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
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Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
Anime: Kemono Jihen
...then you might like
Kemono Jihen
A world surrounded by hidden creatures, whether it's character development, music or combat, Kemono jihen can make you fall under the spell in my opinion. By entering a school for one and an agency for the other a trio will be born and a good development of the main characters is introduced, with protagonists who put obstacles in the wheels. In Jujutsu, Sukuna's fingers are first of all the princely quest while in Kemono it can be likened to the stones with some power like Lifestone whose ability you will discover if you look.
Anime: ReLIFE
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ReLIFE
Anime: Net-juu no Susume
...then you might like
Net-juu no Susume
Both are romantic stories about adults who have 'lost their way' in life, finding their way again and connecting through a medium that helps them explore their best selves
Anime: Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo (TV)
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Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo (TV)
Anime: 5-toubun no Hanayome
...then you might like
5-toubun no Hanayome
Both focus on the MC trying to help the other female main characters in the show. Both are romance anime, although QQ focuses on the MC's relationship with each of the sisters romantically, while Yamada-Kun narrows down the focus to the main love interest.
Anime: Mob Psycho 100
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Mob Psycho 100
Anime: Kai Byoui Ramune
...then you might like
Kai Byoui Ramune
-Reigen and Mob's relationship is incredibly similiar to Ramune and Kuro's -Both are 'companies' that solve supernatural problems for their clients -Both Reigen and Ramune have a similiar personality, which contrasts their assistants, the only difference is that Ramune isn't lying about his abilities -Kuro and Mob have a similiar personality except Mob is more quiet and less outspoken then Kuro
Anime: Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu
If you liked
Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu
Anime: Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
...then you might like
Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
-Both involve main characters sharing a body with some kind of enigmatic entity, who failed to completely take them over -Both have a distinct horror themeing to them -They even have the same aesthetic of mouths and eyes appearing on the possessed's face and limbs -Both take place in modern day
Anime: Piano no Mori
If you liked
Piano no Mori
Anime: Sakamichi no Apollon
...then you might like
Sakamichi no Apollon
They have very similar main characters, down to their character design. And they have a similar relationship with each other. The animation in the music scenes of both is great too. They're slice of lives, they start with a school transfer and they end with a separation. But most importantly, if Sakamichi no Apollon made you love jazz, Piano no Mori will make you love classical. Or vice-versa.
Anime: Bleach
If you liked
Bleach
Anime: Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
...then you might like
Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
-Extremely similar concept - both series are about a boy who is living a regular life before a chance encounter means that he can now see evil creatures invisible to the human eye. Boy gains supernatural powers and begins to fight these creatures -Both take place in modern time -Both series foreshadow a traitor in the midst of allies very early on
Anime: Naruto
If you liked
Naruto
Anime: Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
...then you might like
Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
-Both focus on a quartet of main characters, with three students and one teacher -Both protagonists have an extremely powerful demon inside of them that grants them adequate fighting power from the start -Both see students with unique powers as the primary cast, and have a skirmish with an opposing school early on in the story to demonstrate relative power levels -Both focus on a similar format, where the heroes will go on a mission, perform their duty and then return to home base, potentially being promoted. In both, missions contribute a little to the overarching story, usually in the form of a villain appearance.
Anime: Vinland Saga
If you liked
Vinland Saga
Anime: Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season
...then you might like
Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season
- Both focus on tragic cruelty of war - Both has the same serious/dark tone through out the whole story - Both the narrative is as good - Both focus on character development. - Both has good pay off moments - Both has a very human characters - Both leave cliff hangers at the end of each episode.
Anime: Boku no Pico
If you liked
Boku no Pico
Anime: School Days
...then you might like
School Days
Surprisingly real stories. Two easily detestable stories that once you begin to look deep into, you will understand that they are not far from events in our world. Both have some very disturbing and uncomfortable features played out but they hold water in representing some of this world. Although you may engage in hating this for superficial reasons, it should be noted that there are more than meets the eye.
Anime: Amagami SS
If you liked
Amagami SS
Anime: Seiren
...then you might like
Seiren
if you like anime harem with route system then this 2 anime I can recommend. sorry for my broken english, I'm not a fluently english speaker.
Anime: Natsume Yuujinchou
If you liked
Natsume Yuujinchou
Anime: Kai Byoui Ramune
...then you might like
Kai Byoui Ramune
Both deal with the supernatural and the problem that it causes for the main protagonists, while also dealing with each problem when they occur. They're also both fairly heartwarming and sentimental, with cute jokes mixed in often. (Hopefully Kai Byoui Ramune gets sequels like Natsume Yuujinchou does, too!)
Anime: Cowboy Bebop
If you liked
Cowboy Bebop
Anime: Space☆Dandy
...then you might like
Space☆Dandy
Both series are from the same director, both have fluid and unique animation, great soundtracks and has a similar setting, although Space Dandy is more focused on comedy.
Anime: Steins;Gate
If you liked
Steins;Gate
Anime: Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
...then you might like
Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
The main characters in their stories each struggle to save those who are precious to them by going back to the past. But the way they do it is very different. For the main character in Re:Zero, he does so using the ability he calls "Return by dead". But the requirement to use this ability is very risky. Which is where he has to feel the pain first. Then he returned to the past. If he used his ability often, he could be mentally crushed from feeling the pain too often. For the main character in Steins; Gate, he uses a machine which can send memories to the past. But there is a possibility of failure. That is, he could be erased in his world. They both suffer because it is their own choice. But that's what makes their story so amazing.
Anime: Sakura Taisen
If you liked
Sakura Taisen
Anime: Silent Möbius
...then you might like
Silent Möbius
Both series depicts all-female teams, fighting against otherworldly beings. Both shows have interesting cast of characters, which nas interesting struggles and adventures along the way, as well as having strong bond between them.
Anime: Wake Up, Girls!
If you liked
Wake Up, Girls!
Anime: Idoly Pride
...then you might like
Idoly Pride
Both shows obviously focus on music and groups of girls trying to become top idols. Idoly pride focuses on the internal and emotional struggle of the characters as well as their pride that comes from being an idol. The same struggles are evident in Wake Up, Girls, watching as the characters struggle to come to terms with their various past. Wake Up, Girls also parodies and follows at the time current Japanese idol trends.
Anime: Urasekai Picnic
If you liked
Urasekai Picnic
Anime: Hanyou no Yashahime: Sengoku Otogizoushi
...then you might like
Hanyou no Yashahime: Sengoku Otogizoushi
Strong Female Protag's Alternate World Switching Folklore Relationship Building
Anime: Elfen Lied
If you liked
Elfen Lied
Anime: Hametsu no Mars
...then you might like
Hametsu no Mars
Elfen Lied literally feels like Mars of Destruction in terms of unintentionally comical violence, lolis dying, and the subject of shock utterly failing to connect its viewer to the material. If you enjoyed Elfen Lied and want something so bad it’s good but in a condensed, quick viewing then watch Mars of Destruction. If you enjoyed or couldn’t get into Mars of Destruction and want something with more material and arguably more interesting then consider Elfen Lied. Either way I cannot help but think these shows are the same.
Anime: Kimi ni Todoke
If you liked
Kimi ni Todoke
Anime: 3D Kanojo: Real Girl
...then you might like
3D Kanojo: Real Girl
Both of these series feature outsider protagonists coming out of their shells through the development of a romance with a more outgoing significant other, with 3D Kanojo: Real Girl showing an introvert male paired with a more extroverted girl. Whereas Kimi Ni Todoke was an inversion of that formula featuring an introverted girl with a more extroverted boy. Both shows address social pressures and anxieties in regard to high school/developing young love with charming characters and compelling melodrama that immerses the viewers in their ongoing development.
Anime: Baccano!
If you liked
Baccano!
Anime: Durarara!!
...then you might like
Durarara!!
Same studio but this anime have a lot of plots and characters and have a great storyline the artstyles and sound is so fucking goog, If you want to watch anime like durarara I reccomend you to watch this .
Anime: Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata
If you liked
Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata
Anime: Dororo
...then you might like
Dororo
Tomoya Aki and Hyakkimaru--two teenage boys who will stop at nothing to seek what will make them complete. Tomoya's adventure has a more metaphorical take on the idea, creating videogames to satisfy his eroge-induced wanderlust. Hyakkimaru's tale is a bit more literal; he collects his body parts in order to make himself whole. The dynamics between Megumi and Tomoya and between Hyakkimaru and Dororo also reflect each other very nicely. Megumi and Hyakkimaru are the stoic ones who have some torque backing them up when they get emotional--they have a difficult time expressing what they want to, but their companions, Tomoya and Dororo - the character - respectively, understand them rather well. These duos have personalities that effortlessly bounce off of each other too, creating some well-timed comedic moments that can relieve some of the tension off of your shoulders. In contrast to Tomoya though, Hyakkimaru destroys rather than creates. He faces larger-than-life demons, and each of these beasts represents a larger philosophical question that he faces: should a person need a complete body to be truly complete?. Tomoya is similar in that sense, as his efforts to make a popular game in the comiket represent a different kind of incompleteness: a lack of purpose, and so the question becomes: does a person need to believe in something greater to be complete? Both of these shows ask important questions in humanity's pursuit for meaning. While Dororo - the Anime - ponders themes such as humanity, disability, and what makes a man, Saekano ponders similar themes such as sacrifice, meaning, and the creation of art. Hyakkimaru and Tomoya are used to explore these themes similarly, as both of them find a goal to chase, and almost lose everything in pursuit of that goal. Tomoya angers his friends, wastes his energy, and spends sleepless nights coding his eroge, while Hyakkimaru throws his own humanity into question and hurts many of the people around him.
Anime: Sirius
If you liked
Sirius
Anime: Mars Red
...then you might like
Mars Red
Both are vampire stories taking place in the early 1900s in an European- influenced Japan. Both have good visuals as well.
Anime: Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei
If you liked
Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei
Anime: Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu
...then you might like
Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu
Both look like slice of life shows at the first glance but are so much more than that. While Rakugo is about kikuhiko(mc) searching for his purpose in life after getting rejected by the field he wanted to be in, after losing his family and people dear to him, Tatami galaxy is about a student who constantly avoids the reality and relies on escapism wondering why does the campus life not feel like the ideal rose colored world he dreamt of. Both shows have self-acceptance and loneliness as part of their themes but still manage to portray them in reassuring manner without coming off as gloomy and hopeless. Both shows are incredibly well directed, voice acted and remain exciting all the way through till the end.
Anime: Aikagi The Animation
If you liked
Aikagi The Animation
Anime: Kimi ga Suki. The Animation
...then you might like
Kimi ga Suki. The Animation
both have similar vanilla hentai feeling aikagi has more storyline
Anime: Air
If you liked
Air
Anime: Kanon (2006)
...then you might like
Kanon (2006)
- Same great art style - Similar awesome and memorable soundtracks - Both are very emotional
Anime: Usagi Drop
If you liked
Usagi Drop
Anime: Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
...then you might like
Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
If You Were One Of The Viewers Who Did Not Enjoy Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu? For Certain Reasons... Then You Really Will Not Like The Wholesome Tale Of Usagi Drop. Especially The Manga Similarities: -Family -Prodigal Son -Grooming -Morally Questionable Relationships In Western Culture Differences: -Isekai
Anime: Urusei Yatsura
If you liked
Urusei Yatsura
Anime: To LOVE-Ru
...then you might like
To LOVE-Ru
Our MC has a sudden alien princess fall into his life. One thing happens and they somehow get married. Comedy, ecchi, harem, and romance dominate the two as well as sprinkling in a higher than normal episode count. What you're left with are two shows with pretty similar premises.
Anime: School Days
If you liked
School Days
Anime: Jaku-Chara Tomozaki-kun
...then you might like
Jaku-Chara Tomozaki-kun
Girl messes up with the main character's life and pushes him around. Try to set up the protagonist to have a girlfriend and from there the story progresses. Watching one after the other will fill the void of what the other left empty.
Anime: Nisekoi
If you liked
Nisekoi
Anime: 5-toubun no Hanayome
...then you might like
5-toubun no Hanayome
They are both teen harem rom-coms. In both, the main-character makes a promise with a misterious girl in the past with whom he meets again in the present under strange circumstances, leading them to a connection. From there other girls appear, all with very different personalities, who will fight for the love of the main-character. In both shows, the mystery of knowing who is the girl of the promise develop the plot bringing a lot of clichéd but highly entertaining situations.
Anime: Momokuri
If you liked
Momokuri
Anime: Koi to Yobu ni wa Kimochi Warui
...then you might like
Koi to Yobu ni wa Kimochi Warui
Both have that koibito thing were the other half is older while the other one is younger, there is also that wired thing that the other half has towards his partner.
Anime: FLCL
If you liked
FLCL
Anime: Poputepipikku
...then you might like
Poputepipikku
Both are very bizarre and has weird humor. They both have weird and out there humor, but FLCL has some serious parts, and an actual plot unlike Pop Team Epic. Also, if you're a fan of Neon Genesis Evangelion, you'll like FLCL, as both of them are made by the same company.
Anime: Sidonia no Kishi
If you liked
Sidonia no Kishi
Anime: Darling in the FranXX
...then you might like
Darling in the FranXX
It's mech in space - so quite similar to the ending of franxx and involves anime romance and learning to deal with someone who isn't quite human. Very similar I think - just a slightly odd artstyle.
Anime: Shuffle!
If you liked
Shuffle!
Anime: School Days
...then you might like
School Days
To me Shuffle and School days are two sides of the same coin in the same way Neon Genesis Eva and End of Eva are. Like those, one gently taps it's audience on the shoulder and asks you to consider your own morality and fantasies, the other grabs you by both perverted shoulders and shakes violently. Where Shuffle takes a somewhat sympathetic look at the ramifications of harem anime and the effects such a fantasy would have on the real people involved, School Days does much the same but by having it's male lead take all the harem protagonist's traits and turning them up to 11. That is, of course just a very surface level look at both shows, which conversely have layers of subtle character building and intricate, if sometimes dramatic, stories to tell. Shuffle is particularly focused on using it's fantasy concepts as metaphor for telling stories about mental health and terminal illnesses, while School Days takes a close look at the insidious friend groups and relationships that can form during a teenagers formative - well - school days (pardon the pun). If you liked one, you'll probably enjoy the other, thought be warned both include minor nudity and violence.
Anime: Mirai Nikki (TV)
If you liked
Mirai Nikki (TV)
Anime: Guilty Crown
...then you might like
Guilty Crown
Aside from the obvious ( a duo of pink haired pycho heroines ) if you enjoyed either of these shows you should enjoy the other. Both have a great OsT and above average animation for the most part and while their stories differ, there more similar then you might initially think. Firstly they both buckle under the weight of their own respective plot holes and contrivance, yet remain enjoyable and highly binge-able. Additionally both start with piles of potential, have a second Act that goes off the rails and a third Act that some-how manages to somewhat stick the landing and tie up many of the lose ends while simultaneously giving characters a degree of pay-off. As mentioned, if you enjoyed one, you'll probably find the other fun two.
Anime: Mahoutsukai no Yome
If you liked
Mahoutsukai no Yome
Anime: Kakuriyo no Yadomeshi
...then you might like
Kakuriyo no Yadomeshi
Literally the same concept of a young girl ending up in a fantastical world with mystical creatures and people and falls in love with a non-human but kind hearted man while also trying to find their place in said world.
Anime: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken (TV)
If you liked
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken (TV)
Anime: Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
...then you might like
Jujutsu Kaisen (TV)
They both show a story of where the main protagonist goes against these cursed things and manage to defeat it with honor. They are both really great, and the graphics of one may be a little bit better, but both of them are nice.
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