Akiba-chan, Otome-chan, Riki-chan, Lillian-chan and Milk-chan are five friends who find themselves in a variety of quirky situations. Whether they are experimenting with an invisibility potion, making homemade chocolates, practicing for a school arts festival or playing games and doing homework, these friends will always have a good time and plenty of fun in the process.
Forget the fashion police or a therapist – the Pinky Street action figure Saki is here to save the day! Mei is a tomboyish girl who would love to spend more time on fashion like her favorite Pinky Street figure, if she wasn’t busy being hassled by her male classmates; Keiichirou is an otaku who collects Pinky Street figures, and who has just been in a fight with a good friend. Both are taken in their sleep to the fabulous Pinky Town, where they are taken to a clothing store, toy store, and have a bite to eat with Saki herself! What other insights await our heroes?
Pinky Street and Akiba-chan are two peas in a pod. Both are aimed at young girls, are based on toys, and have strange types of animation (CG, stop motion, etc). These two are definitely aimed at the same audience, so if you liked one check out the other.
Both Akiba-chan and Pinky street have very nice (and different) animation. They're perfect for younger girls. They both involve very fashionable female characters, faced with little challenges.
Both anime have similar animation styles and are clearly aimed at young girls that like to do day to day things with friends. Look at all that pink! If you liked one you'll like the other i'm sure.
The plush Momo and Komomo are special letter carriers: they deliver mail from the depths of the sea to the end of the universe, from the past to the future itself. With a positive attitude and smile, the duo delivers letters to doctors, beautiful women, insects, ailing old men, and anything in between. Who will Momo and Komomo visit today?
Post Pet Momobin and Akiba-chan aren't overtly similar, but I still think they'd appeal to the same audiences. Both have very odd 'animation' and are clearly aimed at young children. Akiba-chan is perhaps a bit more girly, but if you liked one you'd possibly like the other.
Both of these shows have short episodes, mostly directed at a younger audiance. They are really cute and will probably be loved the most by young girls, (or those young at heart!).
Both Akiba-chan and Post Pet Momobin are both short series, that are quite child-like. If you liked that innocent slice of life in one then you may enjoy the other.
Asialand City is a bustling metropolis that is under attack! Strange monsters fill the streets, and heroes are needed - enter the Relaxation Combat Team Valerian! Comprised of three girls-turned-bunnies, the Valerians do whatever it takes to put a stop to the Stress Team - a group of evildoers who turn people's stress into monsters! From ramen monsters to beyond, there's nothing that Relaxation Combat Team Valerian can't handle!
Girls to the rescue! In Akiba-chan it's more about helping their friend out with day to day tasks where sweet valerian is about bunny girls saving people from monsters. either way girls must save the day in both these short ep anime. if you liked one check out the other.
While neither of these series will rock your world, they're both easy-watching and harmless anime focusing on cutesy female protagonists. If you liked the fluffy nature of one, you'll likely enjoy the other.
Welcome to Mini Moni Café, the best cake shop in town, where the sweets are delicious and the staff is lively. While the serious Ai attempts to learn the tricks to becoming a master patissiere from Mika, the mischievous mascot girls Kago and Tsuji prefer to spend their time slacking off or trying to steal the food. Of course, with the energetic Yaguchi and less-than-truthful air stewardess Goto spending plenty of time at the café discussing Gocchin’s ventures to foreign lands or their diaries, it’s a miracle that the girls of the Mini Moni café get any work done at all!
Both Akiba-chan and Mini Moni the TV are short series focusing on cute young girls doing very little. They both also have a similar cutesy vibe to them, so if one's right up your street, then the other may be as well.