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Sakura Kinomoto never imagined that by opening a book in her father's library, she'd be responsible for releasing wild magic into the world, yet that's exactly what she did. Too powerful to be let loose on the world, the magical Clow cards were sealed away long ago by their creator, Clow Reed. But all is not lost, for the guardian beast, Keroberos, was sealed along with the cards! Can Sakura, with the help of Keroberos, retrieve the cards before they wreak havoc on the town?
Card Captor Sakura and A Little Snow Fairy Sugar are vibrant, magic-filled series targeted at younger girls. The protagonists of each has a (generally) good-natured "rival", and stumbles upon a chatty, flying, magical thing who loves sweets, and soon become inseparable. Additionally, they have similar atmospheres.
A Little Snow Fairy Sugar looks like a grown-up version of Card Captor Sakura. With a little older characters. But instead, Card Captor Sakura doesn't include fairies, but it includes magical girls. Card Captor Sakura reminded me much of A Little Snow Fairy Sugar as well as the other anime related to it, Bottle Fairy. The kids both have mothers that passed on when they were younger and learn to come of age, and try to please their dead mothers. Tomoya reminds me so much of Greta because she helps Sakura like Greta helps Saga.
Deep in the mountains lies a library with the same name as one of its caretakers, Kokoro. With her sisters Inna and Aruto, she strives to uphold the best characteristic of a librarian -- to help users with all her heart. Join young Kokoro as she starts the journey to become a full-fledged librarian, while learning about life, and being the best she can be.
Both of these series are extremely - almost excessively - cute and sentimental, largely devoid of action, adventure, romance, and physical danger. The plots are entirely driven by character interactions and the little dramas that play out in a relatively small area. They are very "slice-of-life," and are very G-rated. Not that that's a bad thing, it's just a very different focus from most anime, and those who appreciate that will probably like both.
Morisato Keiichi has always had bad luck. No matter what he does or how he acts, nothing seems to go his way. His bike frequently breaks down, his classmates take advantage of him, women ignore and scorn him, and on top of all that, he’s only 5'3". In Heaven, when someone’s bad luck and good luck are so heavily out of balance, Belldandy (Goddess First Class, Second Category, Unlimited) of the Goddess Assistance Agency comes to the rescue. Belldandy grants Keiichi one wish to make up for all of his bad luck, but when Keiichi wishes for Belldandy to stay by his side forever... the trouble begins. Can Keiichi keep Belldandy by his side, or will outside elements force her to return to heaven?
These snows are both very beautiful. And the main characters are very cute, not to mention magical!! The magical beings appear in the lives of normal humans, and make their lives better, and full of love!! I recommend these shows to fans of each other.
The 'girl in the sky' is a legend passed down through the ranks of one special family. Armed with the magical puppet skills he learned from his mother, Yukito Kunisaki follows in her footsteps, traveling from place to place, ever searching for that girl in the sky, ever chasing after that legend. His journeys have led him to a small costal town where he meets a girl that has a peculiar interest in him - could she be the one? As events slowly start to unfold in front of his very eyes, Yukito finds himself amidst a story that spans a thousand summers...
I recommend Air because, like Snow Fairy Sugar, it has a great story that leads the viewer down a road of laughs and sadness. Although both series are different in many ways, they still share similarities between them such as the theme of ordeals in friendships. Whether for good or for bad, Air is guaranteed to bring a tear to your eye.
Three shrine maids have a distant cousin who moved away for schooling when they were young. Years later, he returns, and the three girls are tasked with protecting him. During this, the eldest (who's a teacher at the school) and the middle one form a "Miko" council. The story goes through their growth together and their battles with the servants of the Evil God.