The plush Momo and Komomo are special letter carriers: they deliver mail from the depths of the sea to the end of the universe, from the past to the future itself. With a positive attitude and smile, the duo delivers letters to doctors, beautiful women, insects, ailing old men, and anything in between. Who will Momo and Komomo visit today?
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.
Post Pet Momobin and Akiba-chan aren't overtly similar, but I still think they'd appeal to the same audiences. Both have very odd 'animation' and are clearly aimed at young children. Akiba-chan is perhaps a bit more girly, but if you liked one you'd possibly like the other.
Both of these shows have short episodes, mostly directed at a younger audiance. They are really cute and will probably be loved the most by young girls, (or those young at heart!).
Both Akiba-chan and Post Pet Momobin are both short series, that are quite child-like. If you liked that innocent slice of life in one then you may enjoy the other.
Young Ai has decided to move away from home and start a new life on her own, and her travels take her to the colorful and friendly Animal Village! Upon her arrival, Ai is pushed into a job at the local shop (under the watchful eyes of Tanukichi); and in no time at all, she becomes friends with a variety of friendly and odd characters such as Bouquet the cat and Sally the elephant. As the seasons pass, Ai’s life remains a fun adventure – and one evening, she finds a mysterious message in a bottle telling her that if she plants a tree, on the night of the Winter Festival something mysterious will happen… what will it be?
While different in many ways, I strongly believe that fans of either Animal Crossing or Post Pet will enjoy the other. Each has cute animal protagonists, whimsical activities (delivering mail, running errands), and a fun and happy feel.