Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World, Ookami to Koushinryou Recommendations

Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World
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Slow-paced anime about travelling and encountering different cultures.
report Recommended by Teddy
Both have jorney as a very important part of the whole story, but Spice and Wolf is one story instead of story-per-episode structure of Kino's Journey.
report Recommended by cxAlena
Both are very calm, "chill", and enchanting, follow a pair's journey across vast landscapes, and often hold very little in the way of action (though tidbits here and there crop up), aside from dialogue exchange and focus on the scenery/townscapes.
report Recommended by MM23
Both are relatively calm shows featuring traveling themes and the dangers of such a life. Kino is more about different cultures and ideas, while Spice deals more with economics and the life of a traveling salesman.
report Recommended by Jeeves
Both series contain quite a lot similarities tbh: - fantasy/supernatural elements - traveler style genre - an independent and self rigthous main heroine - an adventurous theme - contains dilemma involving other characters as the journey continues - deals with human interaction - similar atmosphere - similar pace - adventure takes different customs as episodes progresses - contains a moral lesson/value for each journey
report Recommended by Stark700
The biggest similarity is the soundtracks for sure, from the opening of first episode I immediately got reminded of Spice&Wolf. Both are sad in an interesting way. Also both series' main characters travel through land to land, only in Spice&Wolf they have a final destination and a non-episodic storyline which mainly involves trading plans and such. But still some plot points are mainly aimed at the audience just like in all episodes of Kino no Tabi. Spice&Wolf has a way more happy atmosphere and is more colourful but the characters have a different kind of dialogue which keeps the interest in them just like in Kino no   read more
report Recommended by pccasio