Kururu, Chiriri, Sarara, and Hororo are four faries who aspire to become human. To do this, they leave the fairy world to study for a year in our world. Aided by their friends Sensei-san and Tama, they have fun learning about topics ranging from school graduation ceremonies and sports festivals to romance and caring for flowers. But as the end of the year of study approaches, will they have learned enough to realize their dreams?
Saga is an ordinary girl who lives her life by planning everything ahead of time. Unfortunately, having a waffle-loving Snow fairy called Sugar follow her home was not a part of these plans! Together with apprentice fairies Salt and Pepper, Sugar must find the 'twinkles' that will make their magical flowers blossom, thus turning them into fully fledged season fairies. The trouble is, none of them actually knows what a 'twinkle' is! And so, with help from Saga and other friends, the trio begin their search, whilst having fun and perfecting their magic along the way.
Bottle Fairy and A Little Snow Fairy Sugar are both reasonably light-hearted anime featuring fairies who have come to live amongst humans and endeavor to learn about humanity.
A Little Snow Fairy Sugar features more depth and continual character and plot development, in contrast to Bottle Fairy, which primarily has an episodic format. Nevertheless, both anime are of similar genres and if you liked Bottle Fairy, or perhaps might have if the plot wasn't blatantly episodic, you may enjoy watching A Little Snow Fairy Sugar.
Both are super-cute series about fairies who come to this world to learn and have fun. In A Snow Fairy Sugar, Sugar, Salt and Pepper are training to become fully fledged season fairies. In Bottle Fairy, the fairies' ambition is to become human.
Both series have a very similar theme in ultra-cute fairies arriving in the human world to learn more about it. If one series makes you coo "Awwwww!" while smiling at the screen, chances are good the other will have the same effect!
Both of these shows center around a group of young fairies trying to learn about the world. Each day they learn something new about the human world. The fairies can only be seen by select people. The overall cuteness of these shows are off the charts. Girls, expecially younger ones, will love both these shows. The fairies also are all aiming for a goal (become human and become full season fairy). And of course, both are full of magic!
While watching Bottle Fairy it reeked of Snow Fairy. Everything in bottle fairy is like Snow Fairy. Fairys that come to the human world to learn about humans and pass a test, living with a human and getting into funny situations. Snow Fairy is better though in this appeal. Bottle Fairy also seems to have the moe factor going on similar in appearance of Lucky Star. I suggest watching Snow Fairy if you sat through this anime. Its the same in ways as Bottle Fairy, but worlds better. Cheers!
A Little Snow Fairy Sugar is very related to the fairy series, Bottle Fairy. Yet, they're good anime(s) and they both have fairies coming to the human world and learning things as they grow up with pride with the humans.
Whenever Keiichi is away, it's time for Belldandy, Skuld, and Urd to play. Follow the Adventures of the Goddesses as they shrink down and have fun with their Rat sidekick, Gan-chan. Be it battling Gan-zilla or kitchen appliance romance, the Mini-Goddesses are there to have a good time.
In both series we see small beings bringing their fantasies to life by use of their magic... yet nobody's perfect and unforeseen consequences are unavoidable. So if you enjoyed looking at the humor of the small cuties that try to solve the unusual problems that they've put themselves into, then also this anime is yours.
Both series are short in episode length, and focus on chibi characters and their antics. Neither really has much in the way of a plot, but both are cute and funny enough to get away with that!
Get ready for the adventures of the chibis!!
Both of these shows contain chibis, randomness, humor, and the crazy situations they get in to.
Don't miss the magic from both Mini-Goddess and Bottle Fairy! Watch them!
Small, cute and funny, if you liked this about either Adventures of Mini Goddess or Bottle Fairy, then you may well enjoy the other. Both are semi-slice of life anime about the day to day lives of these teeny girls.
Ten-year-old genius Chiyo, animal-loving Sakaki, loudmouth Tomo, athletic Kagura, weight-conscious Yomi and dim-witted Osaka are six friends who share laughs, good times, and a high school homeroom. With scary (and sometimes perverted) teachers, school festivals, penguin suits and general hilarity abounding, you can be sure that there's never a dull day in the life of one of these students!
Azumanga Daioh and Bottle Fairy have some similar characters, both contain hilarious randomness and deadly moeness. If you liked one the other one should suite your taste as well.
In present day Japan, the life of a school girl is never dull. The easily-bored Konata never finds time to study because of her otaku habits, which frustrates hard-working Kagami to no end. On the other hand, laid-back Tsukasa always manages to go with the flow, while Miyuki is concerned with keeping her status as resident know-it-all. Join these four girls as they muse and meander their way through everyday events such as eating chocolate cones, doing homework, gaming, and trips to the beach galore.
Bottle Fairy has an even higher cuteness factor than Lucky Star, but they are otherwise very similar to each other. Both have a great deal of humor and provide a good view of Japanese lifestyles. Both anime are definitely worth watching!
Lucky Star and Bottle Fairy are both moe and random. Also some characters from one show reassemble characters from the other, so if you liked one, the other might interest you as well.
both animes are brimming with moe. They are boring, slow moving, if moving at all, slice-of-life animes. if you like one watch the other.
In a remote area of the countryside lives Binchou-tan: a pint-sized and carefree girl who takes odd jobs in a nearby town whenever she is running low on rice. Her bus rides take place within the talons of a soaring bird and her everyday tasks are quiet and uneventful; but her friends make every day a fun surprise. With two pink-haired sisters, a lonely affluent girl and the televised musings of the strange muffin-like Pukashu, Binchou-tan will live her life one happy day at a time!
Bottle Fairy and Binchou-tan are both incredibly saccharine and overdone in the cute department -- almost to the point of being scary. Both center around a (freakishly designed) group of tiny girls who do, well, nothing... and both are equally as boring to watch unless you like watching the whole overly cute thing.
Both of these series have a definate 'cute factor'. Both focus on small, cute girls going about their lives. Though Binchou-tan is about a poor girl living alone, trying to make ends meet, and Bottle Fairy looks at four fairies trying to learn about the world, if you like the 'Aww' feeling of one series, then give the other a go.