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Maebara Keiichi, an ordinary high-school boy, has transferred to a new school in Hinamizawa, a small rural village. At the outset everything seems peaceful and Keiichi becomes friends with a nice group of schoolgirls with whom he spends many idle summer afternoons. Suddenly violence encroaches upon the blissful peace of the village and Keiichi becomes entangled in an endless cycle of fear and death. The inconsistent, but inevitable horrors of Hinamizawa are told and retold becoming an endless and inescapable nightmare of insanity. Will it end even if the mystery of Hinamizawa is solved?
Well, the reason I recommend this anime as they both have the lead character moving to a new place, new school and everything and both animes are harem. Other than that, the story changes after every 3-4 episodes in which the story continues with a new girl. Though of course, Higurashi no naku koro ni is more of a gory anime while Yosuga no sora is more drama.
While watching yosuga no sora I constantly got a feel of Higurashi.
Junichi's romantic conquests continue in the second season of AMAGAMI SS! The girls return, and this time the series examines what the future with each of his girlfriends would hold! If Junichi can handle a second go-round with Tsukasa, Rihoko, Ai, Kaoru, Sae, Haruka and even Risa is anyone's guess. To add to the fun, little sister Miya returns with her sneaky storyline as well!
Both animes are about a male protagonist finding love with a female protagonist. Also, both animes have the same arc system (2-3 episodes for each individual girl) or in other words, different scenarios. While Amagami is more strictly about the romance and the flower it creates, Yosuga no Sora has ecchi and intimate romance.
South Sakoujima Island was once a booming industrial center for a popular aviation company, but now it is shutting down and the employees have a year to evacuate. Wataru Hoshino and his friends attend Temuzigawa Gakuen on the south-west side of the island, knowing full well that the following March they'll all split apart. With precious time left, Wataru gets to know better the girls who live with him and share his life, and slowly but surely works his way into each of their hearts.
The story centers around the "slightly dangerous relationship" between Shuusuke, a boy who likes risque books and DVDs, and Nao, Shuusuke's younger sister.
It has that incestual feel to it, but Yosuga no Sora will leave a mark in your mind at some parts. They are both Harem, and both have a brother relating in it. both very good at what was done as far as the appeal goes. However, in YnS, it kept you wanting more w/o being graphic when it came to "those" scenes, and was well done. Keep in mind that YnS was reling heavily on harem twincest, and in Onii-chan[...], it relied on a brother complex. P.S. Oniichan[...]'s ending was not expected and, personally, not enjoyable to me. Also be prepared for YnS's ending to shoot you in the gut if you are into incest/twincest. Hope this helps, its my first recommendation!
They were known as the 'Generation of Miracles' – five basketball prodigies who helped lead Teiko Middle School's basketball team to glory, defeating anyone who got in their way. But a mysterious rumor tells of a sixth, a phantom player who the five prodigies respected greatly. That boy is Tetsuya Kuroko, a freshman at Seirin High and the newest member of the basketball club. Alongside strong teammates such as Taiga Kagami, Kuroko will use his unique skills on the court to help the team defeat old rivals and make their way to the championships.