Forget the fashion police or a therapist – the Pinky Street action figure Saki is here to save the day! Mei is a tomboyish girl who would love to spend more time on fashion like her favorite Pinky Street figure, if she wasn’t busy being hassled by her male classmates; Keiichirou is an otaku who collects Pinky Street figures, and who has just been in a fight with a good friend. Both are taken in their sleep to the fabulous Pinky Town, where they are taken to a clothing store, toy store, and have a bite to eat with Saki herself! What other insights await our heroes?
Akiba-chan, Otome-chan, Riki-chan, Lillian-chan and Milk-chan are five friends who find themselves in a variety of quirky situations. Whether they are experimenting with an invisibility potion, making homemade chocolates, practicing for a school arts festival or playing games and doing homework, these friends will always have a good time and plenty of fun in the process.
Pinky Street and Akiba-chan are two peas in a pod. Both are aimed at young girls, are based on toys, and have strange types of animation (CG, stop motion, etc). These two are definitely aimed at the same audience, so if you liked one check out the other.
Both Akiba-chan and Pinky street have very nice (and different) animation. They're perfect for younger girls. They both involve very fashionable female characters, faced with little challenges.
Both anime have similar animation styles and are clearly aimed at young girls that like to do day to day things with friends. Look at all that pink! If you liked one you'll like the other i'm sure.
Need some help? At the Irakura agency, the young Umi, Sora and Ao take care of everything from delivering items to defeating monsters -- for a modest fee. Need a date? Having problems with your homework? There's nothing this young trio can't handle -- until now! When a distraught mother asks the girls for help getting her son to go back to school, Umi, Sora and Ao soon discover they might have a lot more to teach the boy than good attendance!
Grrl Power and Pinky Street don't have much in common, so call this a gut feeling recommendation; the similar atmosphere and target audience tell me that if you liked one, you'd like the other.
When the fish-wearing Padadu arrived in Sweetland, she simply wanted to train to become a magical girl, but earned herself a trip to the dungeon instead! The mayor of the town hates magical girls and wants to make sure Padadu can't ever leave, by penalty of death! Now, joined by the fugitive Nonononn, Padadu must fight for her life in the arena against the Mayor's deadly feline companion. Can Padadu survive long enough to become a real magical girl?
First of all, Magical Play 3D and Pinky Street are both fully or mostly CG, and both are definitely aimed at a younger audience. Colorful characters and backgrounds abound in both anime, and I think fans of one may appreciate the other (though I didn't care much for both).