Yuru Camp△, Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou Recommendations

Yuru Camp△
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Yuru Camp△
Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
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Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
You will enjoy watching the two MCs traveling and discovering new places! Their everyday chatting, thoughts, fears and believes...
report Recommended by WhiteZuri
Effective use of minimalist worldbuilding and character development to help viewers reflect on the world around them.
report Recommended by MarisaTheCube
Girl's Last Tour is comfy the same way Yuru Camp is (for me at least), cute characters, comfyness...im not an anime expert, but if you liked Yuru Camp you shoud check Shoujo Shuumatsu
report Recommended by Leite465
Both feature female protagonists traveling around and discovering beautiful sceneries. Both fall under the slice of life and comedy category genres and both stand out from their other shows in the same genera. If you enjoyed one, your sure to enjoy the other.
report Recommended by mimimilk
Both are anime that calm you down after a long day of hard work. While Yuru Camp is more comfy, Girl's Last Tour is more philosophical.
report Recommended by Groenboys
Very reflective shows about girls travelling together and getting to know their worlds. They are filled with comfy moments, that make for very relaxing and laid-back experiences, where the main characters, Chito and Shimarin, have similar personalities and end up serving a similar role. The cast for Yuru Camp is larger, focusing a lot more on different character interactions, while Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryoukou only has two main characters, but along with some people that they meet along the way.
report Recommended by Kww_121
-Main characters are a quiet, smart girl and a loud, airheaded girl. -Both are about traveling and exploring new places, but while Yuru Camp takes place in a completely normal setting, Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou takes place in a post-apocalyptic, Sci-Fi world. -Both shows are very laid-back and chill to watch. -Both can be solely about food at times.
report Recommended by DepressedChara
Despite taking place in very different circumstances (Girl's Last Tour is post-apocalyptic, while Yuru Camp takes place in modern-day Japan), the two series take a very similar approach in portraying the characters' experiences. Even small and seemingly mundane moments feel meaningful when viewed through the eyes of the girls simply experiencing life in their own ways. The characters are cute and play off each other in similar ways, and the sceneries they discover are as beautiful to us as it is to them. And while the soundtracks of both series differ in tone, they accentuate their respective settings perfectly and give the same cathartic feeling. These   read more
report Recommended by Jettersfreak
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