Fourteen-year-old Amano Ichigo is a would-be pâtissière who acquired her love of sweets from her late grandmother’s desserts. After meeting the talented Henri Lucas at a local sweets festa, Amano convinces her parents to let her attend the culinary Marie Academy so that she can fulfill her dream. However, as she’s only armed with a positive attitude and no real cooking skills, Amano quickly finds herself at the bottom of the class. Luckily, she soon meets Vanilla, a sweets spirit who’s here to help Amano reach her full potential. Alongside good friends such as Rumi and the three gorgeous Princes of Sweets, Amano will bake, mix and sift her way to the top!
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!
The most obvious relationship between the two are the presence of tiny littly chibis. Their roles are little differrent though. In Shugo Chara the chibis are their person's would-be-self. In Yumeiro Patissiere the chibis are spirits who help out their person in cooking. Nevertheless, if you like one, you'll for sure like the other.
Though the Shugo Chara series has more action, mentions romance often, and has a lot more outfit changes than you can count; and Yumeiro Patissiere focuses on food and combining different cultures, the two are quite similar. You've got the essence of magical fairy like creatures that assist their 'assigned humans' (if you will) in fulfilling their dreams. You've got the wide range of personalities and the humour to match. So in my opinion these two anime are similar yet different.
If you've seen Shugo Chara, Yumeiro Patissiere would be a slightly toned down, minus the huge essence of romance (but you can catch some hints of it at points) and maybe not SO exciting anime - but it has its good points and the animations are quite similar. But you'll love the humourous moments in this French food based anime.
If you're watching Yumeiro Patissiere, I recommend Shugo Chara as it has the same concept of chibi humourous characters that we all love. Shugo Chara is focused more on action and magical, cheesy 'I can guess what happens next' good vs evil, but its quite similar to Shugo Chara.
In Shugo Chara and Yumeiro Patissiere both of the main heroines have little faity type characters that help each person out along the way trying to help them make it to their dreams. Furthermore, there is an interesting love triangle between the heroine and some of the other supporting characters. Both shows have a very upbeat positive message to them and are great if you want to get a reality check on basic human morals of good and evil!
Fairies are the main thing that make these 2 a perfect match. Shugo Chara takes on the magical girl aspect of things with the help of transforming with her fairy buddies where Yumeiro Patissiere is about trying to be the best food maker of all and the faries are along to root the main lead on. Check one out if you liked the other.
Yumeiro Patissiere and Shugo Chara is really similar because both of them has a fairies/sprits besides them to help them along the way and during the anime you will notice how Ikuto/Kashino look like they are developing feelings to Amu/Mikan but they either keep it to thems selves or they just don't know that.
p.s I recommend watching BOTH if you do like one of them
Shugo Chara! and Yumeiro Pâtissière have many similarities: they both have young students as their main characters (gearing towards a younger audience), they both deal with the concept of friendship, and they both have little guardians to help them through. They are both light hearted, but also revolve around a main plot line, with plenty of slice of life added in.
Both anime are about main characters who get fairys how help them. in yumeiro pâtissière the fairy's help with cooking and amano get friends because of here fairy. In shugo chara! gets amu her friends to because of her fairy's 1 help with cooking to. I you liked 1 you will like the other
Well, Shugo chara and YumePati both have the chibi fairies :) Tadase kind of looks like Kashino, the female mains are both cheerful. Both are for littler kids, but i still enjoyed them in the moment. Someone else said they were both very cheesy +girly and yeah thats right... YumePati is about cooking, while Shugo Chara is about...dreams? They were both pretty good :)
In both series, Ichigo from Yumeiro, and Amu from Shugo Chara, have little fairy's that help them out. In Yumeiro, Vanilla is Ichigo sweets spirit who helps her to cook better, and in Shugo, Amu's guardian characters help her to become her "would be" self. Both have very similar art and are chibi styled. If you like one, I'm sure you will like the other.
In both anime little fairies helps for the main characters. Both anime are very cute and chibi styeled. If you liked one you should really watch another one <3
Ever since they met, emotionless Hotaru and ditzy Mikanhave been best friends, and are virtually inseparable-- that is, until Hotaru is invited to attend a strange school far away, a school for those who have special abilities known as "Alice". Unable to be separated from her friend, Mikan soon sets out on a mission to find her. After traveling to a city far away, she finds Hotaru at last, but gets much more than she bargained for. Now, she is lost in a school full of kids with strange powers, unusual animals, and has secured an immediate rivalry with the toughest little punk in town!
Ichigo and Mikan are accepted into a big academy for their talent. But no one, not even themselves, can see the talent they possess. Feeling as outcasts, Ichigo and Mikan will struggle with their best to fit in.
When i first watched this, i immediately thought of Gakuen Alice, as the main characters of Yumeiro Patissiere is Ichigo and Gakuen Alice is Mikan, where they both are accepted into a school, for the sake of reaching a certain goal, in Mikan's case it would be to be beside her friend, Hotaru. And Ichigo would be to go and become a Patissiere to reach Paris, and meet Henri-sensei
If you watched Gakuen Alice and loved it, then you have to watch Yumeiro Patissiere - the same is true of the reverse. Both of the animes are really good. They are also similar in many ways: Ichigo in (Yumeiro Patissiere) and Mikan in (Gakuen Alice) are both the main characters. They are always energetic, get pick on alot, newer give up, not that bright, always put on a smile, over come any obstacles they have and much more will come on the way. You will get a laugh by watching them, i would highly recommend them to anyone.
If you like Yumeiro Patissiere then you are sure to like Gakuen Alice just the same, because the two have similiar art and comedy. Yes, Gakuen Alice has absoulutely nothing to do with cooking but I do believe the comedy and hints of romance are the same. In Gakuen Alice Mikan like Ichigo doesn't know what to do with herself especially when her best friend Hotaru leaves for Alice Academy in which "gifted" people are forced to enroll into. With Mikan being the stubborn blockhead she is she runs away from home to look for Hotaru in which leads to the meeting of her Sensei through a few problems. Her Sensei is also a "gifted" person who had graduated from the same school he now works in. After her Sensei tells her to wait in a room of the academy Natsume breaks in, and he is very similiar to Kashino. Natsume accidently see's Mikan's panties and thus gives her the nickname "Strawberry Panties" and if you recall Ichigo was nicknamed the same name when the elementary students flipped her skirt and saw her panties. So after receiving her nickname Natsume's friend Riku comes (Which by the way is like both Hanabusa and Andoh are like in a few ways) while Natsume is trying to burn Mikan with his "gift", but does not actually have the intention of really damaging her, anyways it doesn't work and Mikan thus nullifies it which leads to the discovery of her own "gift" and from then on Mikan is now enrolled in the academy and is forced to do her best and never give up to make everything alright, and guess what? She even get's to meet her friend Hotaru again, isn't that just nice?
Besides both anime having a character named Natsume (ugh, I can't believe I just said that), both anime have a optimistic and strong-willed main character. Also, both have a catchy opening song. Although there is no romance genre in both anime, they would never be complete without a teeny bit of that. All in all, I quite enjoy and like both of these anime.
The female main characters (Ichigo and Mikan) are so adorable, kind, loud, cheerful, and optimistic, but clumsy and seem to have not much talent. Then they get accepted to the academy they wanted by a recomendation. (both those schools have some 'magic' in it) plus theres some fluffy romance stuff. Prety much just the main characters are very very similar.
Saga is an ordinary girl who lives her life by planning everything ahead of time. Unfortunately, having a waffle-loving Snow fairy called Sugar follow her home was not a part of these plans! Together with apprentice fairies Salt and Pepper, Sugar must find the 'twinkles' that will make their magical flowers blossom, thus turning them into fully fledged season fairies. The trouble is, none of them actually knows what a 'twinkle' is! And so, with help from Saga and other friends, the trio begin their search, whilst having fun and perfecting their magic along the way.
A Little Snow Fairy and Yumeiro Patissiere are linked by the fairies and spirits. These little chibis help their person in order to reach their goal. Both animes are cute, fun, and equally enjoyable so go watch the other!
These two anime are the same but reversed rolls. In Yumeiro Patissiere it's mostly about the main girl trying to become the best cook she can be with help from her fairy friends where in A Little Snow Fairy Sugar it's all about the fairies searching for a 'twinkle' with the help of their human friend. Check one out if you liked the other.
Fairies! From the trouble makers in A Little Snow Fairy Sugar to the helpful ones in Yumeiro Patissiere, who wouldn't want to have a little fairy friend?
Both anime have big dreams, great comedy, and some touching moments as well. Yumeiro is aimed at a little bit older audience and has a tournament/culinary side to it as well. A Little Snow Fairy Sugar is more childish, but has a musical element that was enjoyable.
Yumeiro Pâtissière and A Little Snow Fairy Sugar are very similar in the aspect of how they are drawn and animated, and how the story lines are based around fairies or spirits that help out the main characters or others.
Dimwitted Azuma Kazuma is a young man with a dream -- to create a bread worthy of the name "Japan", made by the Japanese people, for the Japanese people! With hefty bread-making skills, hands that have an uncanny warmth to help dough ferment, and will power like no other, Kazuma must put his delicious creations to the test as he struggles to become employed at the prestigious Pantasia bakery, for fame and glory! Yeast, beware... Kazuma is in the kitchen!
The connection may seem odd, other than the fact that both anime involve some form of baking. Azuma Kazuma is a baking genius, though a bit dense when it comes to common sense; while Amino Ichigo is... well, an adorable know-nothing. And while both characters have enough positive spirit to make a bowl of dough quiver in yeasty fear, they'll both find that the road to becoming a great artisan, is rougher than a slice of burnt toast.
On the ground level, both Yumeiro Pâtissière and Yakitate!! Japan are about baking. They use their skills in baking in the form of competitions. In both, you find that the main character is a positive thinker, and a bit off-beat. Finally, both of the anime will make you want to eat/make the delicious items you see!
Yumeiro Pâtissière and Yakitate!! Japan are about innate talents relating to careers in professional baking But they're also about the joy in and about cooking, about bonds of friendship, the struggle to do one's best no matter what and having an ultimate driving goal. Yumeiro Pâtissière has more moe and sentimental moments. Yakitate!! Japan has more laugh out loud comedy and concrete villains.
Both include tournament style cook-offs (including tournaments in France). But both also make you want to eat something while you're watching, make you sigh at the heartfelt honesty and innocence (sometimes to the point of foolishness) of the protagonist characters and make you cheer, even if you thought you wouldn't cheer at what are essentially instructive cooking shows with a touch of soap opera.
Both animes talk about a person who moves into a completely new enviroment and meets new people and huge obstacles. In both animes, the protagonist strives to become better and better at making bread/sweets while passing through many difficult trials. If you watched one of them, you should surely watch the other!!!
Hino Kahoko is a sophomore at a high school which caters to both general students, and the musically elite. On the first day of class, Hino meets a fairy named Lili and is entrusted with a magical violin; this violin has the ability to express the music in someone’s heart, even if they do not possess the talent for playing the instrument. With the violin in her care, Hino must now compete in a musical competition, but the guilt of not having true musical talent consumes her. Lili’s dream is to bring happiness to people with music, but Hino isn’t sure she has what it takes to be the one to do it. Can Hino perservere, or will she abandon Lili’s dream?
La Corda D'Oro and Yumeiro Patissiere have a strong message of not giving up trying to succeed in your own personal goal. To this this both of the main heroines of the stories are helped by little fairies pushing them on and encouraging them to practice so that they can get better at want they want to do to accomplish their goals in life. Both series have a similar sense of purpose La Corda happens to revolve around music while Yumeiro is about sweets; each wonderful in their own special way!
Both series features a main protagonist girl who attends an elite school in some fashion. Not only are Ichigo and Hino complete beginners in the elite systems they both have an academy born legend who takes the form of a fairy to help them through their troubles. Both girls strive to eventually be a patissiere or violinist with their own strength.
An elite/private school with focus on a specialty (music, dessert making)? Check. Main female character with "latent" talent and special fairy helper(s)? Check. Reverse harem shoujo and plenty of bangs? Check. There are lots of similarities here that can entertain fans of either show.