Best friends Haruka and Yuu have just entered their first year at Misato West High School, a facility scheduled to be shut down in three years. The duo have been inseparable since middle school, but moving to a new school means making new friends. So together, the pair decides they’ll share something special that they won’t do with the other girls: they’ll share a passionate kiss. Now, the two, along with new companions Kotone, Shizuku, Kaede and Yuku, begin their high school days together, having plenty of fun - and sharing plenty of intimate kisses - along the way.
Yukino and Kanade are twin sisters who now share a room at their new school in Tokyo. Ever since they were little, the pair has been exceptionally close – perhaps even a bit too close for siblings when eyes are turned away. But soon a girl named Sakuya, who often tails the two, begins to grow closer to Yukino; and after an alleged confession that she hears about, Kanade begins to get worried that something is going on behind her back. Can the three of the girls keep their relationships with each other on stable ground, or will jealousy and heartache come crashing down on them?
Both anime are about females that likes females, and they both take place in a school setting: high school for Sakura Trick and university for Candy Boy. Candy Boy is more toned down than Sakura Trick, but neither is very explicit. Fans of either would do well to check out the other one.
The relationship can be seen quite ambiguously in Candy Boy, in that it never really confirms the two main characters are a couple, however, it is certainly implied enough. The humour between Sakura Trick and Candy Boy is quite similar, if executed slightly differently.
I believe a fan of one would enjoy the other.
Both are (mostly) light-hearted slice-of-life shows with some comedy elements as well as a strong shoujo-ai presence.
While Candy Boy is much more toned down, fans of one show should take the risk to at least check out the other.
While different in their presentation of romance (being obviously taboo in Candy Boy due to the blood-relation), both shows have a tendency to induce moments of diabetic distress; scenes too sweet that you should just have a shot of insulin by your side incase you go into shock.In the case of Candy Boy it's sisterly love taken to the utmost extreme without actually crossing that border in their relationship. Sakura Trick dives right into that with one girl who is affectionate and yet so bold and perverted, and the other that can't help but blush whenever she thinks about their relationship.
Both have brilliant characters that are not the standard fanfare stereotypes of the genre, and while situations in both anime may differ, they both present extraordinarily sentimental scenes, given the focus and maturity they deserve.
Both of these series are cute shoujo-ai titles that take place in a high school setting. The romance never goes much further than kissing (which Sakura Trick has a lot of), so the series are fairly tame (no crazy ecchi). If you liked one series, you'd probably like the other.
Candy Boy and Sakura Trick are two of the most blatant, subtext-free yuri anime out there. While Candy Boy is a bit less on the nose, it also seems way more self-serious about homosexuality. Both have their fluffy moments, but the beauty is that in both series the characters and their relationships evolve in some very interesting, and (almost!) believable ways. They're not quite the same, but I strongly believe that if you enjoyed one you will also like the other.
It's the first day of middle school for Akari, and the enthusiastic girl is determined to reinvent her personality and have tons of fun in the process. Along with her friends, mischievous Kyouko, serious Yui, and adorable Chinatsu, the girl joins the Amusement Club, a group for students who just want to hang out and joke around! Over the year, the girls befriend upperclassmen, impersonate their favorite magical girl characters, and develop crushes... sometimes even on each other!
If you're a fan of cute schoolgirl comedies with lots of bright colours and a dash of yuri then these will most definitely be for you.
Well, i say "dash", and at least that applies for Yuru Yuri where the whole series just skirts around the issue with lots of implied inter-girl relations, whereas Sakura Trick storms out of the gates with full on tongue gymnastics from the get go. But fans of one will most likely find the other entertaining.
Both are very light and fluffy school comedies focusing on an all-female cast. Sakura Trick is open with the yuri, whereas it's mostly implied in Yuru Yuri. Fans of either show would do well to check out the other one.
These are truly birds of a feather. Both are slice-of-life comedies with moe school girls and shoujo-ai elements.
Fans of one show should check out the other.
Both anime have similar formats, schoolgirl ensembles with yuri as the driving element. Yuru Yuri is much more toned down on the actual yuri whereas Sakura Trick just goes all in with no shame. If Yuru Yuri is literally "easygoing yuri" Sakura Trick is "2fast2quick" yuri.
These are both comedies centered on a group of cute school girls. Neither show has anything in the way of a plot or development. Instead episodes are just a series of comedy sketches with the girls getting into various situations that they need to solve in their unique cute ways.
These are both moe comedies with the only real difference being the yuri relationships are only implied in Yuru, but are shown as full blown kissing in Sakura Trick.
If you like cute girls doing cute things with a bit of girl on girl relationships and comedy then try either of these shows.
Both are highly cutesy, warm-and-fuzzy series that take place in a school setting, with a nice slice-of-life feel to them. Both also feature comedy, though YuruYuri's tends to get repetative. They also feature shoujo-ai to some degree, but with YuruYuri's being impled, unlike Sakura Trick.
Shy, crybaby Fumi has just transferred into Matsuoka Girl’s High School, in the city of Kamakura. It’s been ten years since she moved away, leaving her dear friend Akira behind; and soon, the two are reunited once more. Akira is now attending Fujigaya Girls’ Academy, though she and Fumi still manage to see each other regardless. Between classes and social engagements, the two will experience love, the struggle to admit one’s true feelings, and the joy of companionship.
Whereas Aoi Hana is a drama centering around a girl coming to terms with her homosexuality, Sakura Trick just bursts onto the scene in a dazzling blaze of bright colours, and it doesn't hold back on getting straight to it's point.
The two may seem quite different at first, but they approach the same subjects, just from differen angles. Sakura Trick will try to make you laugh along with the characters, where as Aoi Hana will try to make you cry along with them.
Both shows are centred around a pair of female highschoolers that have been friends since childhood. There's a lot of focus on same-sex relationships in both, but Aoi Hana is much more dramatic whereas Sakura Trick is a light-hearted slice of life comedy. I still make this recommendation because both are very down to earth and the strong focus on relationships between the characters.
Both of these shows are centered around a pair of high school girls who are not only childhood friends, but harbor more intimate feelings for each other. The supporting cast in each also delve into same-sex relations, along with the main two girls.
While the shows differ greatly in tone and style, with Aoi Hana being more of a drama designed to pull on the heart strings, and Sakura trick being a bright and cheerful moe comedy, i feel a good proportion of fans of one show will likely enjoy the other because of the yuri factor.
These show are very different in tone and style. The one thing that connects them is they are both girl's love anime. Aoi Hana is a drama about a girl dealing with her attraction to other females and Sakura Trick is a straight comedy that's more concerned with creating cute pairings between the girls and not having them struggle with their sexual identity. Instead Sakura Trick is content to be a cute moe comedy where the girls kiss when they like each other.
While the approaches are quite different fans of yuri will probably be attracted to be both of these shows so try them out if you're a fan of girls in love with girls.
Having been close friends for years, when young Tooru passes her entrance exam she immediately rushes to tell Run that they will be attending the same school. However, since Run is one year older, not only will the two girls be in different classes, but the air-headed second year has already made her own friends, Yuuko and Nagi. Now the small, volatile and overprotective Tooru must learn to share her best friend and get to know her new acquaintances, as the four girls make the most of each new day.
Each of these shows are cutesy schoolgirl comedies with a pretty silly sense of humour, and a fairly likable cast. The biggest difference between the two is that while A-Channel has som eimplied yuri moments, Sakura Trick is a full blown yuri-fest from the first minutes. Regardless, fans of one should at least check out the other.
These are both anime that fall into the moe cute girls doing cute things genre. Neither show has much in the way of plot, but instead both shows contrive various ways of getting the girls into cute situations or to have cute conversations. Neither show has a lot in the way of character development, but instead each girl has a unique personality to start with and that personality is used to create funny situations.
The only real difference between these shows is Sakura Trick doesn't just imply the yuri, but actually shows the girls kissing each other.
If you want to cute funny slice of life about a group of girls doing cute things together then these are the shows for you.
Both of these are school girl comedies, with plenty of slice-of-life and moe moments.
Both contain some (hinted, for A Channel) yuri elements.
If you like one you should check out the other.
The story of the original manga revolves around Suzu Nekoyama, a timid, shy tsundere girl loves dogs, and Yachiyo Inugami, a super masochistic, air-headed, friendly girl who loves cats. One day, after a fateful meeting, the two find themselves attracted to each other. In response to Inugami's instinctive approaches, Nekoyama is always bashful. Their friend Aki has to work hard to make jabs at some of the situations of the two, and also to stop Inugami from going berserk.
Both of these shows are cute and fun anime about high school romance between two girls, without being too serious; both series focus on comedy more than drama. Although Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san is much heavier on the comedy, I think fans of one series can enjoy the other.
If you like cute fluffy comedies about girls in love then these are the shows for you. If you're tired of the typical plot points in romantic comedies and just want something where the girls are free to love each other without drama then try these titles. Both Sakura Trick and Inugami-san are primarily comedies and any attempts to keep the romantic pairings apart are not played seriously the majority of the time.
The big difference between these shows is Sakura Trick has the girls kissing all the time, and not just small smooches but full on deep tounge kisses. The girls aren't nearly as hands on in Inugami even if it has a more perverted sense of humor.
These are both feel good shows and must watches if you're into the girls love genre of anime.