Majo no Takkyuubin, Flying Witch Recommendations

Majo no Takkyuubin
If you liked
Majo no Takkyuubin
Flying Witch
...then you might like
Flying Witch
KiKi's Delivery Service is a fantastic coming of age story that is full of whimsical fun, drama, a little romance, and enjoyment for a large audience. Flying witch takes a much more relaxed approach being slice of life with some added comedic relief. These shows focus on witches who are becoming adults and being sent off by their family to experience adulthood with their companion black cat. If you enjoyed watching Kiki's Delivery Service I would recommend trying Flying Witch to experience a similar story line and similar atmosphere in each show respectfully.
report Recommended by Nikoru-san
Flying Witch is the high school TV-series equivalent of Kiki's Delivery Service. Likewise, Kiki's Delivery Service is a pre-teen film equivalent of Flying Witch. Both start with the similar premises of young witches leaving home to start their independent life far away from their family. Adorably cute slice of life shows with a similar atmosphere and a hint of magic.
report Recommended by Lemon
Both shows are a coming age story revolving around witches. General premise is that in both stories, a young witch sets out on her own to finish their training and become a fully fledged witch. Oh yeah, and they both have black cat familiars. Flying Witch has a slightly more relaxed and comedic atmosphere than Kiki's Delivery Service, but both are great watches non-the-less.
report Recommended by Hamaneko
Both are pretty chill story about a "young" witch girl in a normal city.
report Recommended by ExoticBankai
Both feature a young witch who moves to another town as a rite of passage. Both contain typical witch elements such as a flying broom and a black cat and both have a very relaxed peaceful atmosphere.
report Recommended by Bobby2Hands
If you're into anime/movie that's got adorable and sweet witches and a good plot like Majo no Takkyuubin (Kiki's Delivery Service), then Flying Witch is definitely for you. And the MCs of both anime have similarities, e.g. Kiki = Makoto, Jiji = Chito, etc.
report Recommended by TheDoggoneGirl
These two shows are about witches in training living a somewhat normal life with a bit of magic. They portrait traditional witches in a very simple but almost realistic way. One could say Flying Witch is like a modern version of Kiki's Delivery Service. They are very peaceful and perfect if you're interested in classic witches and magic. Would even recommend these two for people not fond of the Magic genre like me, because I enjoyed both.
report Recommended by INU4SH4
The principles of witches in both animes are very similar. In both animes the witches travel out to different cities to find a city with no witch and become that city's witch. Both animes also have a very simple story lines which may appeal to both viewers in my opinion.
report Recommended by HardeepIsGay
Both series are about a girl moving to a new town to further study magic and find their place in society. Both the film and series, follow Kiki and Makoto as they interact with the denizens of their new town, though Kiki's story is fundamentally a coming of age story while Flying Witch focuses on creating that soothing iyashikei atmosphere. Both are slice of life series with a down to earth magical system.
report Recommended by RuneAgeMage
Both MC are witches. Both shows have strong female characters. Kiki Delivery Service is a masterpiece by Miyazaki (Ghibli Studio) so animation an design is far higher, nevertheless Flying Witch deserves a watch if you liked Kiki
report Recommended by raffaele2406
Witches that can fly and are young, sweet and kind. Both have a laid-back easy going feel to them. They start with the witches being required to leave home at a young age and begin establishing themselves in the world. find their own way to the life they wish and need to live. The two girls have very similar sweet dispositions. Neither one is over-powered but rather each has a few unique skills that help them find their way.
report Recommended by FrogOfLight