Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari, Amaama to Inazuma Recommendations
both are slice of life anime that have a focus on parenting.
moe for adults
will make you think at times think "ah, maybe i should be a parent". in real life, don't fall for it, actual parenting is much harder than what these anime depict - they only depict the upsides of parenting and rarely any of the downsides.
Both are about adults taking care of a small child with the difference being that in Amaama to Inazuma the child is the daughter of one of the main cast and in Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari its a tanuki who can transform into a small child. They also have in common that the relation between kid and parent is somewhat bound by cooking.
Both anime are about a grown man raising a young child and have 'food' as their secondary theme.
Also the man in both Amaama and Udon no Kuni happens to be voiced by the exact same guy.
The main difference in these two anime is, that Udon no Kuni has some supernatural elements by having the child be a Tanuki who transformed into a boy, whereas in Amaama, the child is the man's own child.
- Main character voiced by Nakamura Yuuichi
- Fluffy child
- Both main characters have to take care of fluffy child
- There's food involved
Both anime have food as a main concept
Both anime have an ADORABLE child
Both anime make you want to find a cute loli to cuddle
Sadly UKKK is an anime for shotacons while Amaama is more for lolicons.
Both anime involves kids and the male adult that took care of the kid. At first they both doesn't know how to deal with the kid but in the end they found what they're looking for.The difference is the kid in Udon no Kuni Kiniro Kemari is a boy meanwhile in the other is a girl.
Amaama tells the story of the father to take care of his daughter meanwhile in Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari the boy doesn't have any relationship with the main character