Hinamori Amu is a stylish punk rock girl who is liked and feared by her peers, but there's just one problem: she's actually a shy and quiet girl who can't seem to drop her self-fabricated facade! But when Amu finds three eggs in her bed, she had no idea her life would change forever. Out of the eggs pop Ran, Miki and Su, Amu's Guardian Charas; these being represent parts of Amu that she wishes she could be, even allowing Amu to transform into those parts at will! Now, with pressure from the other Guardians (including her crush, Hotori) to join their midst, dark sides of the psyche known as X Eggs to seal, and nefarious forces after a wish-granting egg known as the embryo, Amu's life has officially become more complicated!
As a small child, Souta lost his mother. He was left only with a fairy tale she had told him, of the world split into two by the will of God, into a world of science and a world of magic. Now, it has become apparent that this tale is at least partly true, and that Souta is the all-important Key of Elde, the linchpin of our world of science. To protect him, the fairy musketeer Akazukin (Red Riding Hood) and her fellow musketeers Shirayukihime (Snow White) and Ibarahime (Sleeping Beauty) must draw him into their own, magical world of Fandavale. Along the way, they must protect him from the wiles of the wicked Cendrillon (Cinderella) and her minions Hansel and Gretel.
Both of these shows feature young girls who fight against threats to the world. The sources of their powers differ, but both Shugo Chara and Fairy Musketeers approach violence innocently. If you enjoy shows with battles that are opportunities to strengthen teamwork and use flashy powers, you will probably enjoy both of these shows.
Yukari is a typical high school student on the fast track to attending a university, but her boring life leaves much to be desired; that is, until a motley crew of fashion design students ask her to model their new clothing line: Paradise Kiss! Now, Yukari must choose if she will reject the life her mother has laid out for her, and start making choices on her own for the first time. While taking her first steps into adulthood, Yukari also begins to realize that with freedom comes responsibility; a life in the fashion industry isn't an easy one, especially for someone unsure of her own intentions…
Although Paradise Kiss is obviously for a more mature audience, I'd say you'd enjoy it if you liked Shugo Chara. Likewise if you like Paradise Kiss, you should give Shugo Chara a try. Both are coming of age stories where the protagonists grow and develop through their interactions with others. The plots of both are centered around their adventures outside of school and all of the conflicts that arise from them. The main girls also get involved in romantic relationships that might potentially be dangerous for them. They also have their own insecurities as to whether or not they actually have any talent. Other characters in these shows are, for the most part, likeable.
Momo is loud, shallow, a player, a betrayer, and one to best stay away from -- or at least, that's the misconception people have when they see her makeup, bleached hair and suntanned skin. In reality, Momo just wants the same friends, hobbies and crushes any girl her age would like. However, when her only friend starts spreading rumours about her, her boyfriend starts to doubt her, and the most popular boy in school starts to take a more then friendly interest in her, she'll have much more to worry about than just her appearance!
If you like either Shugo Chara! or Peach Girl, you might just like the other. Both involve the main character being rumored to be a person whom they are NOT. In Shugo Chara! Amu, is a quiet shy girl, but has a punk/delinquent facade. In Peach Girl, Momo, is just your average teenager, sweet, kind and generous, but has a tramp-like facade. Both fight with the rumors and try hard to make those who believe them think otherwise.
It’s never easy being a transfer student, especially when transferring in the middle of the year. Certain schools have their own traditions and ways of doing things – something Kouno Tooru discovers when the student council of the Fujimori high school insists that he dress like a girl! Along with two other boys chosen for their remarkable beauty, Kouno is given the task of brightening up the dull days of an all-boys high school. The rewards offered by the student council are great, but the life of a “Princess” turns out to be more work than Kouno had bargained for...
if you liked Pincess Princess or Shugo Chara I think you'd like the other because there is cross dressing and both anime share a bit of a similar feeling throughout all though both are very different, they are both quite enjoyable in many different ways.
In an era when ordering on the internet has become the norm, online vendors have a new favorite customer: Sakurada Jun! From voodoo dolls to x-ray specs, there's nothing this middle schooler can't get enough of -- until a strange package arrives one day. Inside is a sentient doll named Shinku, who is one of a special hand crafted set of dolls called Rozen Maiden. Luckily for Jun, not only does he get to keep her, but she's decided he'll be... her new servant?! Join Jun as he struggles to keep his sanity in a house full of dolls who all want his servant skills for themselves!
Because there arethose loveable green characters named Sui and Suiseiseki who both seem to really love the word "Desu"
Ok, seriously now, first and foremost both of these anime are made by peach pit, so if you like done you are bound to like the other because of peach pits style and story lines. Also, both of these stories revolve around a main character who doesn't really have that great of social skills but is remedied by magical creatures (in Rozen Maiden its the Rozen Maiden dolls and in Shugo Chara its the would be self characters that save Amu).