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Harukanaru Toki no Naka de ~Ajisai Yumegatari~

Harukanaru Toki no Naka de ~Ajisai Yumegatari~

Azusa was a normal high school student, until she was sucked down a well into a fantasy world full of monsters, demons, and surprises. Dubbed the priestess of the land of Kyou, she found herself joined by the Hachiyou, a group of people with magical powers, dedicated to protecting the priestess and the land. But all does not bode well for Azusa, as the demon Akuram wishes to claim her power for evil purposes. In addition, a malicious spirit is ravaging the townspeople, stealing their life energy! A day's work is never done for the priestess and her companions, it seems.

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13Girl 13Girl says...

If you liked Inuyasha, you'd like Harukanaru because the plot is similar. The feeling that you get from watching the anime is also similar to that of Inuyasha. Some of the characters in Harukanaru Toki no Naka de ~Ajisai Yumegatari~  resemble some of the characters in Inuyasha as well (or the other way around =P).

Samurai Deeper Kyo

Samurai Deeper Kyo

Samurai Deeper Kyo is a story of two men in one body - the humble, polite Mibu Kyoshiro and the legendary samurai Onime-no-Kyo, who has a price on his head. Consequently, Mibu Kyoshiro is captured for having an uncanny resemblance to the samurai. As the story of SDK progresses, we learn more about the two unique souls that inhabit the same body.

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ItachiSarutobi ItachiSarutobi says...

The story begins with the half-demon Inuyasha being caught in a magical slumber, and by chance a young high school girl by named Kagome releases him from his sleep, but this is only the beginning of his troubles. Similar to Inuyasha, Mibu's trouble also begins with a unlikely encounter with a girl and multiplies by tenfold after. Both Inuyasha and Mibu have a dark side to them to which there completely unaware of, which makes for an interesting series in both cases. Both anime are highly recommended.

Dragon Ball Movie 4: The Path to Power

Dragon Ball Movie 4: The Path to Power

Goku and Bulma set out on their quest to find the seven Dragon Balls which, legend says, will grant any wish. On their way they make many new friends like Oolong, Master Roshi and Yamucha – but they are not the only ones interested in making their wishes come true. The Red Ribbon Army will do everything in their power to obtain the Dragon Balls and eliminate anyone who stands in their way, even Goku and his friends!

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freakzilla freakzilla says...

InuYasha and DB: Path to Power have quite a few things in common: nice fights, an adventure to get stronger, a story that is cut into several parts, and of course a very strong male lead. InuYasha adds some romance and comedy, but that doesn't make it less appealing to DB fans. These two anime will definitely be liked by the same fans.

Night Wizard

Night Wizard

All Renji Hiiragi wants to do is to go to school and life a normal life. However, because he is a wizard, he is forced by the elegant yet abusive protector of Earth, Anzelotte, into using his powers to fight against supernatural invaders called Emulators! Renji, along with his childhood friend Kureha and the serious Akari, are tasked with protecting Elis Shiho, who has been chosen to collect seven mystical jewels in order to protect the world against an imminent Emulator invasion. In the meantime, enemies act from the shadows in an effort to prevent them from succeeding. Can they strengthen themselves as a group enough to overcome the obstacles before them, so Renji can finally get back to his studies?

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witchhuntergio witchhuntergio says...

At one point I thought that if I closed my eyes, I could exchange the characters from Night Wizard to InuYasha  and it wouldn't make a difference; not because they look the same, but because they essentially have the same function. In both there's a girl who has special powers and can feel the parts of the jewel she needs to obtain, a powerful guy who protects the girl, several sidekicks, and a specific weapon for each character. Really, if you liked one, there's no reason you wouldn't like the other.

Groove Adventure Rave

Groove Adventure Rave

Fifty years ago, the Demon Stone and RAVE (two powerful artifacts) are broken and scattered throughout the world. The story follows the journey of Haru Glory; during his travels he meets many new friends and allies, and also enemies known as the Daemon Card. He will have to use the powers given to him by RAVE to defeat the Daemon Card and find the other pieces of RAVE.

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DannyPhoenix DannyPhoenix says...

Rave and Inuyasha have very similar themes: in each, broken pieces of an artifact from the past have been scattered and the protagonists are on a seemingly neverending quest to find them all. It's interesting to see how the very different characters cope with a similar situation. While Inuyasha has more action, Rave has less episodes.