Hatsune-Jima, a city once known for their everlasting Cherry Blossom Tree, is devastated after the tree’s destruction. In this city lives Junichi, a local Hatsune-Jime student who is struggling through school after Nemu left him to attend university. Things change for Junichi on one stormy night when a mysterious girl named Aisia arrives at his doorstep, looking for a master magician who can teach her the trade. As Aisia uncovers more about the past of Hatsune-Jima, will the past tragedy repeat itself once more?
After abandoning a promising future career as an artist to follow the path of a teacher, Kamikura Hiroki is faced with the responsibility of supporting his cousin Hosen Elise, who has just recently lost both of her parents. To complicate matters the high school she is attending is the very same one at which Hiroki is finishing his teaching experience requirements! Elise soon develops feelings for Hiroki, but a new rival arrives in the form of the teacher Kikyo Kiri – a familiar face from Hiroki’s past. With two women vying for Hiroki’s affections, who should he choose?
Da Capo Second Season, and Canvas 2 ~Niji Iro no Sketch~ are both series that have gained much with age. In both cases, the original series, or Hentai OVA in the case of Canvas 2, showed us a very moving story which had been executed in a much more immature style. In both romances we find a story that expresses both the winsome nature, and the tiny joys of unrequited love. Both of these series have moments that will make you laugh, and moments that will make you cry, but foremost, each will make you wish there were at least another dozen episodes to enjoy.
D.C.S.S. and Canvas 2 follow the typical harem equation, but have a larger cast. Each anime begins to unravel more and more about the main character's tragic childhood and history. If you enjoy the harem genre, I definitely recommend you watch both D.C.S.S. and Canvas 2.
both Canvas 2 and Da Capo S.S. have many things in common, both are visual harem novel with similar plotline, featuring a group of girls having a crush on one guy, and also both feature a type of love relationship between relatives that are not related by blood (in Canvas 2 we speak about cousins while in Da Capo S.S. we speak about siblings). Also the animation in both of this shows is pretty similar and the romance aspect as well, funny, comedy at the begining, dramatic, melancholic towards the end. If you liked one be sure to check the other as well.
When Junichi 'Gene Killer' Nagase saved the beautiful and wealthy Yuuhi Katagiri from bullies one day, he had no idea that he'd actually assisted his would-be wife! For what Junichi didn't know is that he and Yuuhi's fathers decided they would be wed, and Yuuhi has arrived in his town to decide if her betrothed is good enough for the job. After a humiliating and unwanted first kiss, Yuuhi moves in with Junichi to evaluate his worth; and thus, Junichi's life is changed forever. With embarrassing situations at every turn and a bride-to-be that thinks he's uncivilized and brash, what's a guy to do?
both Da Capo S.S. and Akane-Iro ni Somaru Saka feature an incest theme, love relationship between siblings, even though the siblings are not blood related in both shows. Both of them are romantic comedies, which feature some ecchi aspects and harem themes. While Da Capo S.S. changes from a funny comedy to a sorrowful drama, Akane-Iro ni Somaru Saka maintains its humour until the end. Still if you liked one of this show then check the other one as well.
Incest ending, kinda
Thats about all...to be honest if Akane didn't have the incest I would like it way better...: (
No sex, just partial and some nudity in both kinda
And really bad ending if you finish Da Capo Second Season....
For Aizawa Yuuichi, returning to the town where he spent his childhood has been an unusual affair. Yuuichi, it seems, has forgotten his memories of the past, including encounters with several young ladies who would love nothing more than to see him again. As the days pass, flickers of the past began to surface, revealing more and more of the dark events that once came to be. As the reuniting continues, Yuuichi soon starts to realize that his past may be far more complex than he once believed it to be...
This is a difficult recommendation to write without spilling into spoiler land, but the fact is that both Kanon, and Da Capo Second Season deal with loss and acceptance in very similar ways, except in reverse chronological order. Both series have very blatant plot devices and a very strong undercurrent of romance. The reason I would recommend De Capo second Season over De Capo in relation to Kanon is that the characters in De Capo Second Season are less whimsical and flighty, and therefore carry a deeper emotional charge which is much closer to Kanon's out of the box shrink-wrapped with tears goodness.
There is the same type of feel to each of the characters in Kanon and Da Capo and each involve a high school setting. The series goes through how the characters learn and develop from each other and basically just being able to mature into a better person.
If life teaches us anything, it is that love sometimes happens in the most unlikely of places, with the most unlikely of people. Koshiro is a run-of-the-mill salaryman who has recently been dumped by his partner. With his heart broken and hope lost, he soon comes to realize that he can love again, once he sets eyes on a beautiful young schoolgirl riding the train. However, there is one catch -- this girl named Nanoka is his sister, who he has not seen in years. Knowing that their forbidden love will always be scrutinized by society; will Koushirou and Nanoka be able to resist the temptation?
both Da Capo S.S. and Koi Kaze deal with love relationships between siblings. Even so the siblings from Da Capo S.S. (Junichi and Nemu) are not related by blood, the siblings from Koi Kaze (Koshirou and Nanoka) are related by blood. Both of them are romantic comedies. While Da Capo S.S. features harem theme, ecchi aspects and far more humour, Koi Kaze is abit more dramatic, melancholic, more realistic, more believable than Da Capo S.S. Still if you are looking for a nice romance then you should check this two shows.
Even though Koi Kaze has a more direct incest relationship between brother and sister, the dynamic is faced in Da Capo as well, though not to such an extreme. There are excitingly dramatic moments in both series as well as an overwhelming seriousness for the characters and the trials they face.
It's been seven years since Yuuichi Aizawa returned to the city he once lived in as a child. Though many things happened to Yuuichi in his past, he can only remember bits and pieces. His parents left Yuuichi in the care of Akiko once again, and this time, he will attend the same school as his cousin Nayuki. Many different girls appear before him, and some of them seem to know him from his past. Yuuichi must now recover his memories of the dark secrets that he erased from his heart, before he loses his precious ones.
My impressions on the Da Capo franchaise has DEFINITE risen after second two. Many Da Capo fans didn't like it, but I loved it more than the original and for that, it gets it's own recommendations.
The characters are so much more developed, mature and even lovable. Much like Kanon... I thought after season one, it does not compare to the story that Kanon held up. But I was really wrong... after season two, I saw how similar they were in character devleopment, the heartache and simply the male protagonist being loved by 100000 girls.
If you ask me, I definitely love Da Capo more than Kanon now. But because of their similarities in story, magic and harem themes, both are worth a shot.