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Disguised as a man, Chizuru Yukimura has come to Kyoto searching for her missing father, a doctor who developed a magical elixir that increases the drinker's speed, strength and healing abilities. Instead of her father, however, she stumbles across a battle between the Shinsengumi and the Furies, evil vampire-like creatures of their own making.
Brave 10 and Hakuouki are both samurai era anime that centre around a strange girl who is in the care of one or more men. They have similar action and drama. If you like one, I suggest you watch the other.
they both have similar themes with the anime being centered around a main girl surrounded by samurai. Both have action and back stories. both have a art appeal with the characters in both animes feminine and "pretty". Hakuouki seems to be more appealing to girls though. If you like Brave ten you might like Hakuouki.
Set in similar periods of Japanese history Brave10 is more light-hearted than Hakuouki. The female leads in both are girls ignorant of their past and begin to effect those they meet. They are both very caring of their companions however the girl in Brave10 tends to cry more than in Hakuouki.
As they both have the fantasy/mythical element they are quite similar and are extremely enjoyable!
Both shows have a similar premise where a mysterious girl who survives hardship leaves home and joins a band of mysterious warriors. Both also share in animtion styles, mythology and make use of Bishounen elements. If you enjoyed one, I'm sure you'll like the other.
While Hakuouki is a bit darker and more dramatic both of these anime are based around a largely male cast of samurai with one main female in each who those characters have to protect. Also if you were a particularly big fan of the art style in either of these anime then you are sure to like the art in the other as it is very similar in that pretty, modern, somewhat bishounen style.
Both are reverse harem, dealing with samurai and honor in feudal japan. Both also has a many characters centered around one girl that is not a warrior but she still help them in her own way
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 are set in feudal Japan and take on famous historical figures as the base of their stories. Lots of fighting and bloodshed are to be had in both. Both anime have a very large male cast that kicks ass too. Check em out if you like this sort of thing!
Both of these are (mostly) lighthearted anime that take place in feudal Japan where samurai are everywhere. The characters in both are all so over the top and they each have some specialized fighting style. Later on the plot of both get a bit darker. If you're into awesome fight-scenes and samurai action you should definitely give these both a shot
Feudal Japan? - check. Characters based off of historical figures? - check. Crazy moves and over-the-top battles? - check. Attractive characters? - check. Humor alongside serious moments? - check. Sengoku Basara and Brave10 both include these things. The action is nonstop, the hot-bloodedness is... hot, and the crazy stunts will keep you entertained. If you liked one, you need to check out the other.
When Tamaki is attacked by creatures believed only to exist in myths, she's rescued by a young man who is not only part demon but also her future classmate! Moreover, he is part of a group of protectors that Tamaki will need if she is going to fulfill her destiny as a Tamayori princess--a destiny no one told her about! To add to the chaos, Tamaki is fresh meat at a new high school and has to learn to deal with some very, very old school problems in Hiiro no Kakera ~ The Tamayori Princess Saga!
Brave10 and Hiiro no Kakera although set in different periods have similar plots; one girl who has mystical powers which she doesn't fully understand is protected by a group of boys/men whom also have powers. Both deal with gods and Japanese history/mythology.Brave10 is more humurous than Hiiro no Kakera and contains more characters.Hiiro no Kakera is still airing and so far there has been little character/plot development.
Personally I love both and can't wait to see if there is another series of Brave10 and am loving Hiiro no Kakera!
In an age when samurai enhanced their bodies mechanically, a great war broke out. After the war's end, these "Bandits" (having become mere robbers) have lost their samurai code and now rob villages for their rice and women. The peasants of Kanna Village are filled with despair and agree to hire some samurai to retaliate, but with only rice in their food stores and no money to offer, it seems that time is running out. Now, the villagers must set out to look for samurai willing to accept such a deal -- but are there still such men that abide by the samurai code, and protect the weak?
A team of unique fighters (7 in Samurai 7, 10 in Brave10) assemble to take down an enemy. A young woman is the one to bring these fighters together, and they are tasked with guaranteeing her protection as well. Samurai 7 is far more serious than Brave10, but both include war, action, and adventure. If you liked one, give the other a try.
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…
Set during the same era of fedual Japan, both of these shows are an unorthodox take on history. A main character gathers a group of strong fighters to take on the enemy & the arguments between the characters are often more of a highlight than the actual plot.