In a normal daily life, friendships are formed whether it is through similar hobbies or the string of fate. The most influential thing however are the memories that are established through this beautiful journey.
'Hibike! Euphonium' and 'K-ON!' showcases its environment in a slice of life and music blooming manner. The character designs and visual effects are top notch as expected leaving most of the characters looking beyond flawless. Character developments are a necessity in the series and it binds very well with the overall principle. Following the musical adventure, ambitious goals are set in order for the musical group to reach the
It's just another moe series like K-ON but with different instruments.
Both are about cute high school girls that join a club/band and play music together. K-On! is more rock/pop music and Hibike! Euphonium is about brass instruments and band in general.
Both are similar, except Euphonium is more focused on music, and is more serious and drama-focused. Also, both were made by Kyoani to begin with.
It's really similiar, and both are with cute girls making music.
Both are made by the same studio (Kyoto Animation) and focus on musical themes, plus have similar-looking characters (Kotobuki and Sapphire). While Hibike is more history-focused, K-On slighly focuses on comedy elements.
Hibike! Euphonium is like K-On but it takes itself seriously.
Everyday lives anime series with moe blobs which is much of the time very relaxing but can change tone at times. In either of this series a girl with/without previous experience decides to join a music club. These clubs try to aim high with their music but K-on!! aim lower than Hibike and K-on is more of a relaxing school life series.
Similar Setting but in a Different plot. Maybe a Another Moe Show but Opposite Instruments.
If you like cute girls doing cute things, these are the anime for you. Both made by KyoAni and have a group of (mainly) girls playing instruments, striving for success. Main difference is the amount of people in their bands, but regardless the same premise remains in the story.
High School girls in somewhat dysfunctional after-school music clubs.
- Brown-haired protagonist? Check.
- Beautiful and musically talented girl with straight black hair? Check.
- Boisterous boke - check.
- Blonde girl with short, round eyebrows - check.
- Quirky, glasses-lady authority figure - check.
- Gorgeous KyoAni visuals - check.
- Anime about music and how it can bring different people together - checkmate.
It have the same air, the same spirit.
Also the same studio make it.
It doesn't have the same focus in a band or how the band members grow with the music, but have the frindship and relations into a music club.
I think that if you are one of those fans who want a third season of K-ON you have to see this anime, so you can control your mind...
Just like K-on!, but it takes itself seriously.
-Both have music
-Both are about high school girls that join a club/band
-Hibike! is about brass instruments (pretty cool actually) and K-on! rock/pop music
-In both makes you cheer for them
-Both are made by the same studio (Kyoto Animation)
If you like one you will definitely like the other
This recommendation is probably made quite a lot, so much, in fact, that you might be surprised to hear that the two are actually pretty different.
They are made by the same studio and both have to do with High Schoolers in bands—of two different sorts,—and aside from a similar aesthetic, this is about it. These reasons, however, are enough to make them go quite well together.
Hibike! Euphonium focuses more on the music side of things, I find; you see a lot more into the technicals of music than you would in K-ON! (though it's never boring). The characters in
By the same studio, with the same high-quality animation, Hibike! Euphonium features classic upbeat music to that of K-on! and still having a fantastic storyline between friends. Filled with character development and cute antics of the band.
The series both have a group of girls who are a part of a music club in their high schools. Both shows follow the girls as they live their school lives and practice to perform at a concert. You'll probably like both the series if you enjoy watching slice of life and music themed anime.