Natsume Yuujinchou, Kemono no Souja Erin Recommendations
Both have a relaxing atmosphere, which is very calming, though it does get serious and there is some action.
However Natsume is more orientated towards the supernatural, and Erin is focused more on fantasy. Natsume also seems to be aimed at an older audience. Both are good watches to unwind though.
The two shows are not directly similar at all. But they're both very peaceful and soothing. They're also the type that appeals to the 'child' inside you
they both have their calm atmospheric look...their art is little bit alike..both the main characters have supernatural powers...one can see spirits and one can talk to animals...
I'm not really sure how to explain it but this anime for some reason reminded me a lot of Natsume Yuujinchou. They both tell a story in a different way to most animes and it's a nice change.
The stories themselves are not similar but both animes have the same feeling I guess. I might be alone in this recommendation but I think if you enjoyed Kemono no Souja Erin you'll probably enjoy Natsume Yuujinchou.
Kemono no Souja Erin is similar to Natsume Yuujinchou in the almost slice of life feel it gives off. The peaceful feel good moments and the sad touching moments feel somewhat similar. Erin was picked on because of her hair and Natsume was picked on because he could see youkai. If you look at the titles you can see how they are related. Beast Player Erin, she is friends with the beasts. Natsume's Book of Friends, Natsume becomes friends and enemies with various youkai through the use of the book. Both are shows you grow to love the more you watch them, please give Natsume
Both about independent people who kind of start out as outsiders and would rather not worry others, but also are able to find people that they're able to finally open up to.
Both have magnificent world building, and pay off for characters you meet early coming back later.
Both protagonists find a strange and quirky mentor who ultimately help them open up to the world and makes them a better person.
Both share themes of finding yourself in a world where you're different from everyone else.