In downtown Tokyo, walking the streets has become dangerous once the day turns to night. Lifeless demons called "Oni" have taken over the streets and are devouring innocent citizens of Tokyo, leaving them dry and lifeless. Kyouichi and Tatsuma are two high school students who hold supernatural abilities that allow them to defeat the Oni at night. Though they continue to fight what seems to be a never ending battle, they've yet to discover the main threat towards humanity -- the group working behind the scenes in charge of the Oni...
Sakai Yuuji thought he was a normal high school student, until one fateful day when time stopped. Watching in horror, he witnesses a monster devouring the "frozen" people around him; but luckily for Yuuji, he is saved by a sword-wielding red-headed girl that calls herself a "Flame Haze". The girl informs him that he has been dead for some time now and that his current self is merely a replacement for the human that he used be while alive. He is, she says, merely a torch whose life will come to an end when the blue flame in his chest ceases to burn. After this rude awakening, Yuuji realizes that he is able to see the flames of life in other "torches"; and after discovering that a friend of his is also a torch -- and her life is burning out faster than his – he gains the courage to live out the rest of his life with meaning. Will Yuuji be able to find his place in the world before he ceases to exist?
Both Tokyo Majin and Shana include a lot of magic and martial arts, but the biggest theme in both of them is fate. You cannot change your destiny, if you don't know what it is, can you? Although there are zombies in Tokyo Majin and soul-eaters in Shana, I think you'll like both of them.
After defeating the evil Chaos, Syaoran and the gang have arrived in what appears to be an apocalyptic and run-down Tokyo – a city in which acid rain has destroyed the buildings and taken numerous lives. The atmosphere is ripe with tension, as the city’s remaining survivors have formed clans in hopes of protecting the underground wells from other clans and strangers alike – strangers like Syaoran and friends. With Sakura’s remaining feathers being located in the wells and opposition at every turn, the feathers’ retrieval seems dire, and Syaoran will finally face his most dangerous enemy...
After watching all of Tsubasa Chronicles, I am a little surprised myself to make this connection. The two seasons were very "Clamp-esque" and could be classed as family friendly. Tokyo Revelations takes a step into the dark side, and is much more violent than its predecessors.
I would recommend Tokyo Majin as it has a similar flow throughout. The fight scenes are well drawn, and there is plenty of action and excitement. There is the same deep rooted friendship and respect between the characters, and plenty of suspense and mystery.
This is a very difficult recommendation, as many fans of Tsubasa series will probably not enjoy Tokyo Majin, and vice versa. However, if your anime enjoyment is wide ranging, I would really recommend Tokyo Majin.