Non Non Biyori, Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou Recommendations
Both focus on a slow look at a very detailed world from the eyes of children. While both worlds and moods are vastly different, the way these children interact with and learn from the world are quite similar. One is just a survival situation while the other is much more lighthearted.
Both of the shows are fairly slow paced with a focus on comedy and simple contemplative scenes. While Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou is a hell of a lot more bleak due to it's post-apocalyptic setting, both shows have a very relaxed and comfy atmosphere with lots of subtle thoughtful moments - in other words they're both part of the Iyashikei genre.
Vivid, detailed and expansive backdrops permeate both shows with some scenes being exceptionally beautiful due to their inclusion.