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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.
If you like mind-numbingly boring, hellaciously-slow shoujo-ai anime in which one of the girls over the top cries and not much else happens, totally watch Aoi Hana or Sasameki Koto.
This two animes are so similar that you can say that are born from the same mother (not quite but not far from this though).In both animes we see a boring and slow-paced aspect and also shoujo-ai and school life aspects.If you like one of this two animes be sure to check the other one as well
These 2 anime are peas in a pod. A boring shoujo-ai pod. Similar characters, similar situations. If you liked one you will definitely like the other.
I believe that both of these series really reflect one another. They are both great ones and if you enjoyed one you will enjoy the other. I really did enjoy both of these animes. The story, characters, and artwork is so very similar. However of course their is some differences in the story though but in the end I would recommend both of these really go together.
Aoi Hana and Sasameki Koto are extremely similar in a lot of ways. First, Fumi and Sumika look pretty much the same (but have different personalities). They basically tell the same story (young girl secretely in love with her best friend), but each uses a different approach doing so. While Aoi Hana is more of a coming of age story with a lot of dramatic elements, Sasameki Koto is a lot more whacky. And with an otaku girl and a crossdresser as part of the supporting cast, it could easily be taken as a parody of the genre. If you liked any of these two, odds are you'll definitely like the other, so check it out!
Both are really slow-paced, with shoujo-ai, at school activities. If you are addicted to a good romance then watch both, they have the same romance essence.
Very similar, I'd say. Though with Aoi Hana the plots are different and the main characters who look the exact same are very different. I expected them to be the same since they look so similar. I wasn't let down with either one of these series. I like a range of types of Anime, and these two were touching and the animation was very beautiful and professional.
I totally recommend them to anyone, especially if you like shoujo ai.
Both are anime which focus on the RELATIONSHIP between the two female leads and does not use it as a parody or a mockery of the relationship itself. For once, I was happy to see a shuojo-ai which treats its characters (the main ones anyway) with respect as if they are normal human beings instead of objectifiying them as some sort of comedic pair.
Slow-moving (which others have called "boring") and beautiful. Must watch for both.
Aoi Hana and Sasameki Koto are quiet, gentle shows about a budding romance between two girls. The pacing and story in both are extremely similar.
Both are shoujo-ai series about young love which focuses on the emotions that arise in such situations.
For the young women at the Lillian private school for girls, nothing is more prestigious than Rosa Sinensis, Rosa Gigantea, and Rosa Foetida, the beautiful and talented women who head the student council. When a young girl named Yumi's path is intertwined with Sachiko, a successor to the council, things will never be the same for the both of them. Maria-sama ga Miteru is a quiet tale of forbidden romance, friendship, and the everyday life of a school girl.
both animes have a nice shoujo-ai aspect with some romance and school life tags.If you are searching for some good shoujo-ai animes be sure to check this two out because they are very much alike.
Both anime are about girls at school who start to have feelings for one another. Sasameki Koto is more direct with the shoujo-ai tones where maria sama generally hints at the relationships. Both are slow paced and have similar characters. Check one out if you liked the other for your shoujo-ai fix.
Both MariMite and Sasameki Koto are two slow paced shows about girls who are starting to feel something beyond friendship for each other. If you liked the whole pace, slice-of-life~ish way of storytelling and the yuri tones one of these shows had, it's well worth checking out the other as well.
Both are school based slice-of-life series with hints of shoujo-ai romance elements. (The shoujo-ai aspects are much more pronounced in Sasameki Koto.)
As the two have the same pace and feeling to them, there is reason to check out one if you like the other.
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?
Two very sweet yuri-only romantic comedies, both full of charming characters in cute and amusing situations. Candy Boy and Sasameki Koto are both must-see series for any yuri fan(assuming you haven't watched them already), but they also make for a very good introduction to those who are new to this specific genre.
Sasameki Koto and Candy Boy both feature a protagonist pseudo-coupling which the story revolves around, companied by an annoyance of some sort, or a reason why the couple cannot be together. Both anime unfold the story of how this obstacle is overcome. They both feature comedical moments and have similar pace, which is why if you liked one you are sure to enjoy the other.
Both are slice-of-life series with comedy and romance elements in the focus. Furthermore, both are shoujo-ai shows with similar paces and fluffy atmospheres. Sasameki Koto contains more drama/angst elements, but either one is a good recommendation for the other.
Mari Wakatake is the sole survivor of an apparent island tsunami disaster that took place five years ago; she has been raised and schooled by her grandmother from that day. But now, she has been sent off to a boarding school in order to grow and make new relationships; and it is there that she meets Senkouji Hagino, a mysterious girl who is liked by everyone – everyone except for Mari. But Mari soon discovers that Hagino is not what she seems to be, and as Mari struggles to figure out Hagino and fit in at school, an alien race is maneuvering in the shadows for their conquest of an unsuspecting Earth. Little does Hagino know that she herself holds the key to the truth of Mari's past, as well as the key to her future.
well this two animes have some similarities but also many differences.When we speak about Sasameki Koto and Blue Drop we talk about a warm shoujo-ai aspect.The difference between this two is that Blue Drop is centered more on sci-fi aspects while Sasameki Koto is concentrated on romance aspect.Even though there are many differences this two are very much alike in what i mentioned above so my guess is that if you like one of this two animes you will definitely like the other one as well.
At the all-girls Lillian Academy, life continues at a slow page. Yumi and Sachiko attempt to elope during the holiday, but have an unfortunate encounter with some of Sachiko's old "friends" instead. Back at school, Yumi and rest of the Lillian student council concoct their next fiendish scheme: trick Sachiko into fulfilling her role as a judge at Hanadera Academy's school festival. And so, with potential petite soeurs, creepy stalkers and even creepier kidnappers to keep her life interesting (not to mention her limited “alone time” with Sachiko), the saga of Yumi continues. Luckily for the duo, their time together proves all the more precious for the trials they have to face.
when we speak about Marimite and Sasameki Koto we speak about a nice slow-paced romance aspect and of course a overwhelming shoujo-ai/yuri aspect. Both of them are school based so my guess is that if you like one of this two shows then for sure you will like the other one as well.