Valentine's Day is approaching, and young Mami-san is apprehensive. She wants to give chocolates to her crush, Ishida, but can't seem to build up the nerve to do so. Luckily for her, she might have a solution: magical chocolates, given by a witch who seems to vanish into thin air, supposedly will grant the holder the love they desire! But will it work for Ishida?
Love can be found in a variety of places, including an ordinary classroom. For one young woman, confessing to her handsome classmate will be a feat of epic proportions! With one hand written letter, she gathers the courage to finally break the news, but has no idea her work of art will touch the heart of a special child, as well. Will the young man return her affections, or is she doomed to the life of a bachelorette?
Both Magical Chocolate and Rain are stories of girls who are quietly crushing on a boy, and are trying to find a way to win him over - one uses a letter, and the other chocolates. They are both quiet, romantic and brief watches, with pretty amateur animation to boot - although Magical Chocolate's animation looks sort of like it was done in Microsoft Paint. Regardless, if you liked one, you will probably like the other.
Weather it's writing a letter or making chocolate for the boy they wish to get affections from. These girls take a step ahead to see if they can get the boy. If you liked one you'll like the other.
Both Rain, the Little Girl, and My Letter and Magical Chocolate are about two girls pronouncing their love for a guy they've fallen for, but with two diverse endings. Both shorts also have strange animation design as well.
In Magical chocolate and Rain, the main theme is a crush of a girl and how to confess it to the one they like. Both these short animes are full of hope, anticipation and emotions. The drawingstyles are quite different, but the idea is pretty much the same.
These two are both short and focus on the same topic: Love. A girl likes this boy and uses something to try to get closer to him. In Magical Chocolate's case, she uses chocolate; in Rain's, a letter.
The only bad thing that they both share are the bad character designs and animation, though Rain's are far better than Magical Chocolate. But because they are both short, it is something that shoudn't bother you for long.
Magical Chocolate and Rain, the Little Girl, and My Letter are similar in the fact that they both revolve around a boy! One girl is desperately trying to win that man over with chocolates with the other resorts to a letter to spring the cage of his heart.
Both are short sweet little stories about young girls falling in love and confessing to the guy that they like. Though their methods of confessing are a little different with the girl in Magical Chocolate confessing by means of chocolate on valentines day and the girl in Rain, the Little Girl, and My Letter confessing by means of letter. Though their methods are different the overall idea is still the same.
Nao and Uehara are two teens in an unlikely situation -- they've accidentally signed a lease for the same apartment! As time passes, they inevitably became a couple, and share the joys and hardships of living together day by day. Things take a turn for the worse when Nao forgets Uehara's 16th birthday! Can their relationship be saved? Or is this happy couple doomed for failure?
In Good Morning Call, there's an existing relationship, and in Magical Chocolate, there's a forming one, but both shows are absolutely adorable when portraying love! Everything is so simple, because the kids are too young to have pressures and baggage to deal with, so the hardest part is just being honest. For short, cute romance, either of these OVAs is a fine choice.
Fumiko, a timid school girl, shyly confesses her feelings for a boy named Takeshi. But rather than return the sentiments, he apologetically explains he needs to focus on baseball instead! Crying and embarrassed, Fumiko runs away down a hill – but she goes so fast, she can’t stop!
Magical Chocolate and Fumiko are two short anime about girls who confess their love to a boy. They have pretty unusual animation as well.
Two short animes about girls confessing their love for the guy that they like. While they both may feature different animation styles they both are rather unique in their presentation.
Tsuchida has just started working at the Hanamaru Kindergaten, and, as the first and only male teacher at the school, he’s particularly nervous. Unfortunately his first day doesn’t go quite as smoothly as planned as not only does Tsuchida turn up late, but then a small girl named Anzu claims that he hit on her in front of all the parents! Though he manages to initially clear up the misunderstanding, at the beginning of his second day, Anzu proclaims that she will be his bride and that her mother, Tsuchida’s senior in high school, is supporting them all the way! Now as Tsuchida attempts to become the best teacher he can be, he must also try and quell the rumors that he is dating Anzu, and maybe win the heart of the beautiful and kind, yet ultimately clueless, Yamamoto-sensei…
The girls in Magical Chocolate and Hanamaru Youchien are both a bit too young to understand the complexity and intensity of real love, but they're both willing to pour their hearts into the pursuit of it nonetheless. If you like childish romance, give these shows a try. ^_^
Hanamaru Youchien and Magical Chocolate both have young girls with an intense desire for love. Even in their childish ideals of what love is they push through everything to try and make it happen.
Yukino and Kanade are twin sisters who now share a room at their new school in Tokyo. Ever since they were little, the pair has been exceptionally close – perhaps even a bit too close for siblings when eyes are turned away. But soon a girl named Sakuya, who often tails the two, begins to grow closer to Yukino; and after an alleged confession that she hears about, Kanade begins to get worried that something is going on behind her back. Can the three of the girls keep their relationships with each other on stable ground, or will jealousy and heartache come crashing down on them?
You should watch both Magical Chocolate and Candy Boy because both have a sweet in the title! ^_^ But beyond that reason, both are adorable, enjoyable little mini-OVAs dealing with the confusion and awkwardness of young love.