Tekkon Kinkreet, Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na! Recommendations
One thing that inextricably ties the two together is the bizarre architecture that each of the buildings flaunts with pride. The perennial, overwhelming sense of urban claustrophobia completely pervading the worldliness and freedom of expression of both settings makes either worthy of being recommended alongside the other. Granted, Eizouken hasn't shown enough of its pervasive atmosphere for me to contentiously opine on the state of affairs of its seemingly two-of-a-kind urban landscape. Though, it does feel rather out of touch with its feature-length counterpart in terms of the facial cues that illustrate the characters' emotions.