Honoka Kousaka is heartbroken. Her school, Otonokizaka High, will be forced to shut down unless it can find more prospective students. Luckily, Honoka and her friends have a plan: they'll form an idol group and throw concerts to attract others to join the school! But following through won't be easy – they'll need to find talent, make outfits, find practice space, build stamina and more in hopes of keeping Otonokizaka High alive!
Both of these shows are about a large group of girls who wish to become popular idols. Most of the girls have never met before so the shows are about them becoming friends and facing idol-related challenges together. If you enjoyed one, you'd probably enjoy the other as well.
the main theme here is idols! so just by that it is clear that there are going to be alot of similarites, but there is with any other idol anime. but with these two animes they are both about a rather large group of girls who start being idols for a greater good e.g. bringing entertainment to the world or saving there school from closing down. which ever one you watch you will see the character development form just normal girls to idols.
It both has very cheerful and talented girls who try their best to save something. For the girls in Love Live! School Idol Project, they are all doing their best to help their school gain more applicants so their school doesn't close down; in ABK0048, the girls are doing their hardest to save the people of planets enjoy entertainment and letting them have fun, even though it means risking their lives. Therefore, AKB0048 is a good similar anime to watch if you've liked Love Live! School Idol Project!!!
Everybody knows it's tough being an idol, especially the girls at 765 Production. Made up of thirteen young ladies, the group constantly attempts to improve its image by taking new promo shots and booking the best gigs possible, whether it's being a concert star or a quirky cooking show guest. Led by the kind-hearted and determined Producer, these talented performers such as twins Mami and Ami, quiet Yukiho, clumsy Haruka and gifted singer Chihaya will do their best to become the best idols around.
Yet again both of these animes are Idol animes, meaning there is always a great deal of chracter development which both of these anime's show very well. another thing these both show well is the real-life side to idols and how competivtive it is and how things dont always go right.
Both of these idol shows have a similar feel; a large group of girls working hard to make it in the idol world. If you enjoyed one, you'd probably enjoy the other.
Love live is basically Idolmaster where the school of the main characters becomes a central point. This does however limit the range of ages that Love live covers and as such all characters are of a highschooler age. Both anime have CGI dance sequences and the actual idol seiyuu's singing at times. Both anime have small bits of teenage angst and share common tropes in this.
It's the first day of high school, and plenty of school clubs are doing their best to recruit new members. However, for ditzy Yui, none of them seem to fit the bill. However, when she accidentally signs up to join the light music club, Yui begins a hilarious adventure to become a world class guitarist! There's just one problem: she's never played the guitar before in her life! Joined by bassist Mio, drummer Ritsu and keyboardist Tsugumi, Yui and the gang will juggle their studies with buying instruments, learning how to read music and even performing in the school festival, all in the hopes of someday becoming a successful band!
One of the biggest things that makes these two shows similar to one another is three of the main characters. Honoka is exactly like Yui (scatterbrained, but optimist), Umi is like Mio (talented, but gets embarassed very easily), and Kotori is like Mugi (calm, gentle, and sometimes motherly). Throw in the fact that both shows are about girls in music clubs who are starting from scratch (none were part of a music group before), I think that fans of one would really enjoy the other.
Both of these shows are about cute school girls who create music, but there is more to this recommendation than that.
Mostly, the a lot of the characters of K-On! and Love Live! are very similar. We have the ditzy lead; the talented artist who is shy and suffers from stage-fright; etcetera.
However there are differences, while K-On! is more focused on characters and has very little actual plot, Love Live! has an important story that continues through-out the series. Love Live! also has so many important characters that the audience simply doesn't get as close to them as in K-On!
All in all, fans of one should be able to enjoy the other.
Love Live and Tari Tari, have the same sort of feel in the sense that both start out with this girl who has a crazy idea about starting a singing group, in the case of Love Live, it's school idols to save the school, and in Tari Tari it's a choir club to make the one girl's dreams come true her senior year. I would say that so far, Tari Tari is the better show of the two and has much wider appeal, but Love Live is pretty decent. If you liked one of the two, and you're looking for something similar to watch, it wouldn't hurt to check out the other.
As for Love Live, I would say give it until the end of the 3rd episode to make a full judgement. I'm currently watching it as it's airing, and I was only somewhat intrigued until this week (the 3rd ep), but now I'm pretty interested to find out where it goes from here.
Both anime while the execution is similar are quite different in tone and eventual content. Notably all characters in Tari Tari are third years and this brings a slightly different feeling to the anime. Tari Tari is more dramatic and less joyful but still has a setting with great resemblence. If you are looking for a emotionally heavier Love live, check Tari Tari out. If you are looking for a fluffier Tari Tari check Love Live out.
Green Leaves Entertainment is a tiny production company on the verge of going out of business in Sendai, the biggest city in Japan's northeastern Tohoku region. The agency once managed the careers of magicians, photo idols, fortune-tellers, and other entertainers, but its last remaining client finally quit. In danger of having zero talent (literally), the president Tange hatches an idea of producing an idol group. On the brash president's orders, the dissatisfied manager Matsuda heads out to scout raw talent. Matsuda makes a fateful encounter with a certain girl...
One of the similarities of these shows is that in order for the company in case of Wake Up, Girls! and the school for Love Live! School Idol Project to not be closed, they had an idea from the famous idol groups in the respective shows to produce and create an idol group of their own. Secondly, both shows show the struggles and hardships in forming an idol group, how they will work together, and on how they can improve themselves for them to become more popular. Lastly, both shows have great songs for audience to enjoy.