An urban legend tells of a Miracle Train that runs the tracks of Tokyo’s subways. Appearing only to troubled ladies, it’s said to house a few young men who are manifestations of the Oedo Line’s stations; together, they are able to solve any problem that plagues their passengers. Whether it’s helping a girl who lost her dog to a woman who refuses to tell the boys of her problems, Shinjuku, Roppongi, Shiodome, Tsukushima, Ryogoku and Tocho-mae will help anyone they meet aboard the Miracle Train.
Pouring a perfect cocktail is a difficult feat, but one bartender, Ryuu Sasakura, is such a master of his craft that his drinks are renowned worldwide. No matter what challenges are thrown his way, Ryuu takes the time to get to know his customers and serves them the most helpful concoction for their joys and sorrows. With a calm demeanor and caring heart, this skilled bartender will do whatever it takes to make his clientele, and colleagues, happy.
Both anime are about people who help others that end up coming to them one way or another. Miracle Train has males helping women who come onto their train where Bartender has people enter the bar and the bartender gives advice and such. Both are episodic and have a nice range of likable characters. Check one out if you liked the other.
The pace, the ambience, the overall feel of these two episodic series makes them feel very similar.
Both are shows where an average person in need stumbles upon help. In Miricle it is a group of men, who represent rail stations on a magical train, in Bartender it is a singular man who has the insight to help people with the right words and a stiff drink.
Also both are also fantastic at teaching you things along the way.
Like Train lines and the underground transit in Miricle or drinks and Bartenders and the history of some liquor mixes. It is like learning while you watch.
These two episodic titles have a character, or characters, helping out random folks that are in need of assistance. Neither are very good and are slow paced.
Located on a small street near the center of Rome, the Casetta dell'orso is a small yet popular restaurant staffed by a group of older, bespectacled gentlemen. Nicoletta is a twenty-one-year-old woman who has just arrived in Rome to meet with her estranged mother's husband, who owns the restaurant. She intends to inform him that not only was his wife married once before, but also that she is her daughter - a secret her mother desperately wants kept. When she arrives at the restaurant Nicoletta becomes enamoured with Claudio, one of the waiters, and begins to spend more time there. Despite the age gap, Nicoletta finds her feelings towards Claudio growing; and after making a promise to keep her mother's secret, Nicoletta begins working at the restaurant as an apprentice chef. Now she is trying her hardest to become a good cook, but can Nicoletta overcome the difference in age and win the quiet Claudio's heart?
Ristorante Paradiso and Miracle Train both appeal to especially women, I'm sure. The selling point of these titles are the loveable and charming gentlemen who are always ready to respond the customers' needs (who are mostly female, as you would guess). The cast of characters is diverse and the viewer is sure to find their personal favourite among it, and enjoy some visual delightment, as well. Like the other? Try the other one, too!
Both shows are very much aimed at women who love to watch romance drama in an interesting way. Ristorante Paradiso is more serious in it's tone where Miracle Train takes things pretty light-hearted. Check out one if you liked the other.
Ouran High is a school for the extremely wealthy or, in Haruhi's case, the extremely talented. But no amount of talent will help when Haruhi accidentally drops an eight million yen vase in a music room. The vase was the property of Ouran High School Host Club, a group of attractive young men who, for a fee, provide their time and affections for their lovesick clientele: the female students. Fascinated by this strange new specimen, a poor and clumsy commoner, they force Haruhi to work for them until the debt is repaid; but they get a lot more than they bargained for...
This recomendation is for those who are watching either show, not because of similar style of story. Or type of Genre. but rather, if your looking for a tale revolving a bevy of highly good looking men.
That is right, although Miracle Train is kinda funny in parts, it is more of an episodic light supernatural story. Ouran is more of a hyper comedy romance.
But both have a cast of men, who could be interchangeable for personalities.
Anyhow, if your watching one for the reasons mentioned, you will probably like the other.
Yay for bishies! While Miracles Train has each station personified as a person, Starry Sky similarly personifies each Zodiac constellation as a person.
Both series structure each episodes to be somewhat of a standalone but with plenty of plot and amusement.