When Tokidoki Rikugou donned a pair of virtual reality glasses and entered a Bakumatsu-era exhibit at a museum, he had no idea that his life would drastically change. While walking across a bridge in the fabricated reality, Tokidoki ran across a small being and a monster called a nue - and he was promptly attacked. His eye was damaged, but more importantly, Tokidoki discovered that he was now stuck inside the "virtual reality" filled with samurai and spirits. Now, with the help of Kuchiha, a warrior woman possessed by a dog spirit; and Shinonome, a fellow student who has been stuck, just like Tokidoki, for the past two years, Tokidoki must search for the truth behind the nue and try to find a way home.
Being the insignificant heir to a talented family is rough, especially for someone who has little of his own talents and honestly desires to live up to the family name. Masahiro is the young grandson of the famed Abe no Seime. Although most consider him to be little in the face of his older male relatives, Masahiro is certain he can not only continue the family legacy but that he can stand in his own right as an Onmyouji. With the assistance of his friend Mokkun, he works to increase his skills and abilities as a spiritual protector and guide. With a great deal of will and the quiet assistance of his insightful grandfather, he will become a force of good in the battle against encroaching evil.
Both of them are situated on old fashion era of Japan and, of course, there is a Boy that can see spirits.
Somehow both of them, too, are funny and serious. With similar atmosphere and similar songs.
If you enjoyed one, you will enjoy the other.
The main characters, style, and structure of the world are strikingly similar in both series. It's like the crew of one show decided they liked the setting, art style, etc. so much, they decided to make the other, so it definitely feels like one is a continuation of the adventure that the other started.
Similar plot and setting. Both have a sort of demons and excorsism. Overall the essence of the two is similar while each has its own unique points.
Chihiro and her family are on their way to their new home, when they discover an abandoned amusement park. After Chihiro's family mysteriously turn into pigs, she is thrown into a surreal world of magic and fantasy. Join her as she struggles to survive in the bathhouse of the gods, ruled by an evil witch who has stolen not only her name, but her way back to the real world.
Both shows are about somebody who unintentionally fall into a world ofthe spirits. The main characters in both have to find a wayof releasing themselfes back into the real world, what they trying to accomplain with help of their firends. Both animes are also about very open-hearted people.
Both Amatsuki and Spirited Away has to do with a person who crosses over to a mysterious and spirit-filled world. There they meet new people and make friends which makes being in the strange world not that bad.
Join them both as they try to find their way home.
Amatsuki and Spirited Away have characters from the modern day world that magically get transferred back into a timeless world of the spirits. They each have to try and find a way to get back to their own time.
Amatsuki and Hakuouki share a surprising amount of similiar concepts. First of all, both take place in feudal Japan and intergrate history into their plotlines (moreso Hakuouki, since Amatsuki travels off into a more fictional plot). Both are very slow-paced, but entertaining (for example, comedic moments with Shinpachi and Heisuke in Hakuouki or Kon and Shamon in Amatsuki), even though there's plenty of talking. Also, mystery plays a big part in both, which hooks watchers into such slowly-paced shows as these. Overall, the shows are pratically blood siblings in every aspect but plot.
The story setting of Feudal Japan is seen in both Amatsuki and Hakuouki Shinsengumi Kitan with intense fighting scenes and spirits popping out of nowhere. There also happens to be an underlying layer of mystery shrouding the characters.
Upon trying to save a friend from bullies, Shibuya Yuuri finds his head in the unlikeliest of places -- the toilet. Like a flash, Yuuri is then inadvertently sucked in, transporting him somewhere else! In this unfamiliar world of flying skeletons and magic, he is informed by a group called the Mazoku that he is to be the next Maou -- ruler of the kingdom! With harrowing and embarassing situations ahead, can our hero swallow his pride and lead a war against the common people when he can't even tell the difference between a slap in the face and a marriage proposal?
There's that one boy who until recently has been living a normal life, but is suddenly teleportated into another world. At first everything is messed up, but after awhile he gets used to the new life. The thing is that apparently he is the chosen one to get rid of the evil that's hiding in the shadows. But all is well when it ends well! In both Kyo Kara Maoh! and Amatsuki we see the development of the lead male characters who are destined to bring peace and prosperity to the other world they suddenly appear in.
Both series have a person going into another world.That person, Yuri from kyou kara maou and Tokidoki from Amatsuki go into these diferent world. Yuri becomes the king and Tokidoki just is the hero of the series. Both of these series have plenty of action and a lot of comedy. So, if you like one you'd like the other one.
There are two worlds which exist side by side – the ordinary surface world of the humans and the secret world of ninjas called Nabari. Within this secret world, the opposing ninja groups are fighting over who should possess the ultimate power known as Shinra Banshou. Enter Miharu Rokujou, a high-school student who lives a carefree life and likes to keep himself to himself. Unfortunately for Miharu, his carefree life is about to be over, because within him is hidden the ultimate power and there is no end of evil minions ready to kidnap him for it! Miharu’s only chance of survival is to embrace this mystic world and become the King of Nabari himself. With the help of his new ninja friends, Kouichi, Shimizu, and Kumohira, can he come to grips with his powers or will he fall prey to his many enemies instead?
The shows are similar in that they have very slashable action with the boys (the protagonists of both shows are also similarly laid-back) without excluding strong females, and on top of that there's a Japanese history mingling with the modern day using a supernatural medium.
The main characters are both suddenly dragged into a world that they had not known before and both happen to find out that they are the key to the whole story. They start off alone but through being dragged into a new world, they find themselves making new friends and learning about life.