Aoi Bungaku Series, Chouyaku Hyakuninisshu: Uta Koi. Recommendations
The Anime adapt classic literature from Japan that people take their own interpretation in the presentation.
Both series are adapted from classic or traditional Japanese literature. In Aoi Bungaku, there are 6 stories based on early 20th century novels, where as in Uta Koi, the focus is on the 100 romantic poems from the Heian (794 to 1185) era.
Stylistically they are very different, Aoi Bungaku being dark, psychological and intense. Uta Koi is focused on romantic tales, which as of Episode 1 have a lighthearted atmosphere. Despite these differences, anyone interested in exploring a different facet of Japanese culture should give both of these a watch.
If you're looking for another anime that also covers Japanese literature, this is worth watching. However, Aoi Bungaku is a lot darker, though the animation and art are just as good.