Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou, Hakumei to Mikochi Recommendations
Both are slice of life shows following the lives of two pairs of adorable characters. They both excel in environmental storytelling and world building, despite having vastly different moods. Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou is much darker in tone, carrying lots of hidden meaning and environmental story details that slowly build into a greater understanding of the world and it's history. It focuses more on the individual relationships between the main characters, as they are [mostly] the only characters in the show. Hakumei to Mikochi is much lighter and fluffier, but still shows a strong level of detail in it's world and how it's societies function. It
Two moe-blob girls live their lives together in a well-built, lived-in fantasy world. Each episode is split into 2+ parts, each featuring different events from their daily lives. Both have relaxing atmospheres, adorable character designs, and beautiful OSTs.
The third entry in the Great Potato Trifectia of 2017-18 (after Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou and Made in Abyss), Hakumei to Mikochi follows a grand tradition of potato anime: A small cast of absurdly cute characters, detailed setting with plenty of exploration and beautiful scenery, combination slice-of-life and adventure elements, great music and OST, and crucially, it's super comfy. Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou is very comfy, and Hakumei to Mikochi may very well be the comfiest anime ever: grab a blanket & curl up.