Yuuko, Mio and Mai are regular high school girls who lead a normal everyday life. However, with bizarre explosions causing random objects to rain down on their heads, lunch turning into an epic battle between girl and wiener, and students riding to school on goats, their lives are anything but ordinary. Meanwhile android Nano spends her days wishing she were a normal human, but keeping house for her creator, the playful and immature child genius Hakase, dealing with talking cat Sakamoto, and trying to keep a hold of her multitude of easily-detachable body parts, her dream is far from a reality...
Ryouta is a typical elementary school boy in class 5-2. He likes hanging out with his friends, he plays guitar on his broom instead of cleaning the classroom and he’s more interested in whose Superball bounces the highest than seeing a girl’s panties or sneaking a peek at a dirty magazine. However Ryouta also has the unfortunate luck of often being caught in the most seemingly-perverted situations at the worst possible times. Still, amidst becoming the guru of the turn-on of a collarbone, Ryouta continues to live a normal day-to-day life; that is, as normal a life as a tormented pseudo-perverted schoolboy can!
While Nichijou's half focuses on a cast of characters in highschool and while Kyou no Go no Ni has a full cast of elementary kids, the two aren't different besides that and other minor things. In similarity, both are episodic and each episode is composed of mini episodial stories. Both are comedy titles, but for me, Nichijou seems to be more geared to the comedy genre, but none the less Kyou no Go no Ni still has its own merits and its own memorable moments. If you choose to watch Kyou no Go no Ni, be sure to check out its many OVAs.
Satoshi Yabe is the newest employee at Kamohashi Elementary School. Wide-eyed and enthusiastic, he’s thrilled to finally be fulfilling his dream of being a teacher – but little did Satoshi know that he’d be assigned to class 6-3, a group that houses none other than the violent and perverted Marui triplets! Between the girls trying to hook him up with the busty school nurse, dealing with the unfortunate consequences of a hamster named 'Titties' and other misadventures, Satoshi’s dream of an uneventful school life has come to an end!
if u are looking for comedy with funny situations and characters then both of the series have to offer you the same stuff. you got 3 leading female chars in both series(except nichijou have more) and with quite similar nature and we have predicament humour in both the series.ofcourse most part of episodes are confined to school class rooms and unusual funny circumstances.so both the series are the leaves of same branch.
Renge's humour reeks of Nichijou's style. Both animes are about the everyday life of schoolgirls and they are similar, though the differences in the environment (for Non Non Biyori - the countryside, and for Nichijou (most of the time) - the city).
They failed the end-of-year exams, and now Rei, Himeko, Miyako, Kurumi, Otome, Yuuna and Serizawa find themselves facing the unpalatable prospect of retests - that is, unless they can win a game of kick-the-can against the rest of the students and staff. However, this means that they must contend with genius teacher Becky Miyamoto, who is determined to stop them from claiming victory. With bizarre occurrences and heavy artillery very much the order of the day, the girls will need to be sharp, smart, and very, very lucky!
Asuna Harukaze is a girl who loves tennis to the point where she practices her swings with a pitchfork while working on the family farm. At school she is a member of the Soft Tennis Club along with the enthusiastic Kotone, food-crazy Chitose and bizarre yet talented Kurusu. With a big tournament approaching, the girls are taking practice more seriously than ever, but with Asuna’s strange and perverted logic surfacing at every turn and Chitose’s inability to win a single match, can the club emerge triumphant and make it to the nationals?
Be prepared for bouts of randomness and hilarity in both Softenni and Nichijou TV. They both have a fun art style that make them interesting to watch and they both rely on their spontaneous and rather obscure humor to see them through.