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Ever since they met, emotionless Hotaru and ditzy Mikanhave been best friends, and are virtually inseparable-- that is, until Hotaru is invited to attend a strange school far away, a school for those who have special abilities known as "Alice". Unable to be separated from her friend, Mikan soon sets out on a mission to find her. After traveling to a city far away, she finds Hotaru at last, but gets much more than she bargained for. Now, she is lost in a school full of kids with strange powers, unusual animals, and has secured an immediate rivalry with the toughest little punk in town!
Both young ladies in these series always have an upbeat can do attitude. They both face insurmountable odds, yet they remain loyal and strong to those that they love. Each face obstacles, yet their inborn strength and magical prowess allow them to overcome all that is in their path. Both have a slight touch of romance, and a reverse harem as well. If you loved one, you'll love the other no matter what. =]
Tazusa Sakurano is a 16-year-old girl whose beauty is worth $10 billion -- or at least, that's how she describes herself. She is a skilled figure skater who represents Japan, and is working hard to earn a spot in the Olympics; but unfortunately, at the same time that she fumbled on her triple lux, a ghost possessed her body! His name is Pete Pumps, and he now sees all that Tazusa sees, and feels all that she feels -- especially hard falls. The two have no idea why Tazusa's body was chosen, and how to undo it. If things weren’t complicated enough, the media also hounds Tazusa for being a poor representative for Japanese women in the figure skating arena, and worst of all she has absolutely no privacy! Realizing that there's no way fight against the situation, Tazusa and Pete work together to give their best performance in figure skating.
When I started watching Pretear, Himeno immediately reminded me of Tazusa from Ginban Kaleidoscope. Shoujo heroines who actually have a spine and who aren't afraid to get mad (as opposed to, y'know, running off and crying over some quasi-imagined insult until the male lead comes and gives her some motivational speech) are hard to come by, and often just come off as obnoxious and unreasonable. But I have to say I really liked both characters, and their reactions to their (very weird) situations were always pretty entertaining.
Kajika is the fourteen-year-old heiress of the Burnsworth Corporation who just wants to live a normal life, but her father has other plans. He informs Kajika that her fate is a heavy one to carry and he will only tell her the full details when the man she intends to marry is by her side. As such he has set up a ‘marriage game' for her; Kajika will meet three men that he has specifically picked out and she is to select one of the three to become her husband. There's just one catch; Kajika must also make her chosen man fall for her, since the ‘suitors' are unaware of the game in which they are participating. For a girl who has never loved anyone except for her pet leopard, this game will prove to be a trial. With her over-protective childhood friend and personal shadow, Li Ren, keeping a close watch, will Kajika be able to choose who will become her lifelong partner and finally learn of her true fate?
in both animes we see a young, cheerful and energetic female character surrounded by handsome male characters (both of this animes are filled with bishounen characters) and both have encripted a deep reverse harem aspect.However there are some differences between this two but in what i mentioned above they are kinda similar (Pretear concentrates on magic aspects while Hanasakeru concentrates more on political aspects).So if you liked one of this two i think its worth checking the other as well.
Sora is a sixteen year old girl who has travelled to the US to join the Kaleido Stage, one of the greatest circuses in existence. However, as luck would have it, she arrives to the audition late, which almost costs her the chance of a lifetime. Fortunately, she manages to join the Kaleido Stage anyways due to the compassion of Kalos, the owner of the troupe. With the help of her friends and Fool, the perverted spirit of the stage who has the ability to predict the future, Sora will overcome trials and tribulations and she struggles to become the Kaleido Star.
Both anime have a young girl striving to get along in a new life. The young girls struggle with new families, whether adopted or circus. In addition, the animation styles are similar; both are very bright and colorful with airy themes.
Samatarou is the son of God and is currently living on Earth with his family and guardian angel named Tenko, in order to better understand humans. Having God as his father means that everything always goes the way Samatarou wants; and as a result, he has been unable to enjoy his life among humans and wishes nothing more than to live life as a normal human being. Suddenly, one day a new girl transfers to his class and he develops a crush on her at first sight. How is he supposed to win her heart on his own when his whole family tries to do everything for him? And is it really just friendship that he feels towards the angel who is always by his side?