Hyouge Mono, Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu Recommendations
Both are heavily character- and dialogue-driven historical period dramas about a passion for traditional Japanese art forms in a drastically changing society. While the time period and chosen subject matter are different (Tea ceremony and wabisabi philosophy during the late Sengoku period in Hyouge Mono, rakugo during mid-Shouwa period in Rakugo Shinjuu), the style and contents are very similar. A fan of either is likely to appreciate the other.
Give of a lot of the same feel. Both main characters being students of old Japanese art forms. Hyouge mono with it's Tea ceremony and philosophy about Wabi sabi and Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu with it's old comedic art form. Hyouge mono is also highly underrated and I can promise you if you end up liking one of these you'll definitely like the other