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In a world where Japan's security rests in the hands of super-powered samurai and their masters called "generals", Muneakira Yagyuu, the official swordsmanship tutor to the family of the shogun, arrives at Buou Academy in order to serve as head of the school's dojo. However, while he hopes this will be a routine assignment at an all-girl's school, everything changes when a strange girl falls from the sky with a power of a Master Samurai and no memory...
Fan service and women wielding weapons and using strange powers with lots of ecchi. Truly these anime's are not far apart.
Plenty of ecchi and ass-kicking ladies in fefudal Japan, with plenty of historical figurers to boot. These fit perfectly.
Hyakka Ryouran and Battle Girls are reallly really similar anime because they both about girls fighting, feudal japan,and... there's also a lot of ecchi in both animes.
When I was watching Batlle Girls for the second time I was like "This has Hyakka Ryouran written all over...." - It's like that feeling that you know something, you've done it before and this is totally like that thing.
These series both focus a lot of female versions of historical Japanese figures from the Sengoku era. Mixing together a quest for power, humor, boobs, and action, these series are quite similar.
Loads of girls: Check. Loads of girls fighting: Double check. Loads of girls fighting samurai style in a world that's only a little different from our own: Triple check. If you like series where a lot of girls conflict with each other, look no further!
Rumors tell of a black-haired beauty that roams the land, taking down bandits that would harm the weak and innocent. Named Kan’u, the well-endowed warrior travels the land with her new friend Chouhi and a varied cast of companions, from the kind Koumei to the egotistical Sonshoukou and beyond. Together, the gang takes odd jobs, engage in political struggles and find plenty of new adventures along the way!
Both partially share a similar setting with a world predominantly populated by good looking women and contain a lot of fan-service on first glance. As well as comedy and gracious cleavage.
Booby and jiggly girls in feudal times and a variety of lighthearted adventures? These two titles fit like a glove.
Both shows take historical male characters and turn them into busty kick ass ladies. Very entertaining and not to be taken seriously at all.
Both series only have girls in them.. Really. KM might have one man somewhere hidden in the bushes, but that doesn't count. And of course these girls all carry different weapons and try to fight for their own cause, be it conquest or justice. If you liked one, check out the other.
Both are about girls/women fighting in a distant era of Japan somewhere. There are almost no guys at all in both anime, at least they're not important. The females have the biggest roles in both anime and like to kick ass. Every now and then there's some fan-service while they swing their weapons.
Both anime are drawn in pretty much the same way, so it's a pleasure to watch one another if you enjoyed it.
Ordinary high schooler Yoshiharu is sent back in time to the Warring States Period, however not the same time line that he remembers. There he meets Nobuna Oda - not Nobunaga, Nobuna. In this world, all the famous figureheads and warlords of the era are female! Nobuna teams up with Yoshiharu to help fuel her ambition and quest to rule the world…
Both main characters are sent into the past and replace the same historical figure. They use their future knowledge or technology to an advantage.
Set in the Sengoku Period with Oda Nobunaga's conquest as the focus and have a twist of almost everyone being female.
Battle Girls: Time Paradox characters are busty, while The Ambition of Oda Nobuna have loli characters.
It's practicly the same anime. In both there's a story of oda nobunaga, in both he is a girl, in both the main character is from the future. In both most of characters are female. The difference is some of the charaters are male in madhouse production and many of the female charcters in it are little girles
The main charachter is sent back in time and all the fameus war heros are women. Yhee. They basicly have the same plot.
In the magical land of Flonyard, animal-eared inhabitants battle each other for resources in harmless war games. One region, Biscotti, has fought valiantly but is on the verge of financial ruin when its princess, Millhiore, makes a decision: she’ll summon a champion who can fight for their honor! Through a magical portal comes Shinku, a once-typical middle school student who’s eager to join the cause. But soon, both Millhiore and Shinku make a terrible discovery: those who are summoned can’t return home! Now, as Shinku continues to train and fight for Biscotti, he and the others must also try to find a way for the boy to someday get back to his loving friends and family.
The both include action and fan service in their shows. Dog days is the less serious and more light hearted of the two. Battle girls is somewhat more serious. The anime's both share fantasy elements but the settings are different.
Both sereis contain a young person being misplaced in another world. Both series are focussed on strife, but in a lighthearted way. Battle girls is somewhat an historic event, while dog days is pure SF. If you liked one, check out the other.
The time is centuries ago, during the Sengoku period; the place is feudal Japan. Political ambitions and bloodshed run rampant as rival warlords battle it out in an attempt to rule the nation. Some seek to spread their noble ideals, some seek to protect justice and yet others seek destruction. Date Masamune, Sanada Yukimumra and a variety of other warriors will fight it out time and time again; their actions helping to ultimately decide the fight of Japan.
Both anime revolve around the great historical figure Oda Nobunaga. Battle Girls takes things to a new weird level by making them all badass busty girls where Sengoku Basara, which strange on it's own, is slightly more realistic since there are males in their rightful bodies. Action and fighting all around in both series. If you liked one of these because of the characters give the other a try!
These series are each centered around slight alterations of what happened in the Sengoku period of Japan. Having over the top battles using a large number of similar characters (although Battle Girls are only female versions of them all), these series will be a good fit if you are a history buff with a taste for absurd battles.