It's the first day of middle school for Akari, and the enthusiastic girl is determined to reinvent her personality and have tons of fun in the process. Along with her friends, mischievous Kyouko, serious Yui, and adorable Chinatsu, the girl joins the Amusement Club, a group for students who just want to hang out and joke around! Over the year, the girls befriend upperclassmen, impersonate their favorite magical girl characters, and develop crushes... sometimes even on each other!
Yui, Yukari and Yuzuko have just entered high school, eager to have a great time. They quickly become the sole members of the Data Processing Club, using the computers frequently to look up information and find interesting videos. Whether they're debating the merits of sauce on curry bread, trying to determine how some women manage to have huge breasts or dealing with the sweltering heat, these three friends will also manage to have fun in the process.
Shares two voice actresses and both feature heavy shoujo-ai scenes that are not so much hinted as being shoved into your face bluntly. In both anime Yui plays the same role in the group for the most part.
Both shows are comedies that feature a group of cute school girls doing cute things with each other. The two shows also share a couple voice actresses with their respective main characters. Each of the two shows shove shoujo-ai scenes in your face at any, and every given opportunity, with Yuru Yuri's being more forceful than the more lighthearted Yuyushiki scenes.
The two shows both share similar settings in that they are both based on a group of rather cute school girls with a mix of personalities to offer a fun combination and some good comedy. They are both light comedy styled usually focused around shoujo-ai styles/themes. Both shows are light and mainly focus on the friendship groups/class mates interations with one another offering for some fun comedy.
These two have same type of silly humour containing cute girls, shoujo-ai elements and a club that doesn't do anything. They are really similar, so if you like one you should check out the other.
They are two very similar shows about a bunch of moe girls not doing a whole lot of anything in particular. The GL subtext is less subtext and more thrown in as obviously as possible as often as possible.
I am only about half way through Yuru Yuri but it already makes me think of Yuyushiki even the opening and ending songs do. Both anime's make me laugh and smile so hope everyone else also enjoys them.
"Cute girls doing cute things" is what defines a lot of shows, and definitely those two. Both of casts are in a school club, but don't really devote themselves to them - rather than doing club activities, they just have a good time.
It's the first day of high school, and plenty of school clubs are doing their best to recruit new members. However, for ditzy Yui, none of them seem to fit the bill. However, when she accidentally signs up to join the light music club, Yui begins a hilarious adventure to become a world class guitarist! There's just one problem: she's never played the guitar before in her life! Joined by bassist Mio, drummer Ritsu and keyboardist Tsugumi, Yui and the gang will juggle their studies with buying instruments, learning how to read music and even performing in the school festival, all in the hopes of someday becoming a successful band!
Both K-On! and Yuru Yuri involve a group of girls who try to save a club from getting shut down. Well, I guess they just use the club room in Yuru Yuri. Anyway, both series have fairly similar characters, so if you liked the main characters in one, you will probably like the main characters in the other.
If you liked K-on! or Yuru Yuri, you'd more than likely like the other as well. The two series both revolve around a club that often falls behind on the responsible category. Not to mention the shoujou ai sub text in both as well. If you enjoyed either of them, I high recommend the other!
Both animes have a very similar animation style, a main cast of four girls, yuri elements (K-on is obviously subtler with the yuri), and amazing music.If you like one, you will like the other
If you liked K-On! or Yuru Yuri, you'd likely enjoy the other too, as they are both quite similar. They both are about a group of girls enjoying their time at school, having many fun and exciting experiences along the way, and many funny moments too. In both, a lot of their time is spent in only a few locations, mainly a club room, so the focus is on the interaction between the characters, rather than on the things that are happening. Both are light hearted, calm and relaxed, except for the bursts of excitement here and there.
Yuru Yuri is essentially K-on without music. It focuses on clubs comprised of cute girls doing cute things. Both series feature girls with cute personalities, and good humor as the characters play off each other.
Both of them is really funny. Both includes girls in a club with a friend in the student council. I agree on what they say that if you love any one of them you'll surely love the other as well.
Having been close friends for years, when young Tooru passes her entrance exam she immediately rushes to tell Run that they will be attending the same school. However, since Run is one year older, not only will the two girls be in different classes, but the air-headed second year has already made her own friends, Yuuko and Nagi. Now the small, volatile and overprotective Tooru must learn to share her best friend and get to know her new acquaintances, as the four girls make the most of each new day.
A Channel and Yuru Yuri are both school life comedies that center around a group of girls. They both contain yuri elements, and are animated in a chibi art style.
Cute girls in school doing cute things and both have a lovely yuri tone to them. Both are pretty hilarious and it's pretty fun watching the characters interact with each other in certain situations. Check either title out if you liked the other.
Both are slice of life comedies centered around girls' school life and have the same kind of feeling. Yuru Yuri is funnier though.
Both are school-girl slice-of-life comedies. Both feature plenty cuteness and shoujo-ai elements.
Both shows feature a group of cute high school girls doing cute things, with plenty of yuri mixed into the action for good measure. Yuru Yuri is perhaps the better show of the two, but if you enjoyed one the chances of you disliking the other are pretty slim.
After her grandmother dies, thirteen year-old Kana Nakamachi runs away from home convinced her absent parents will sell her. She tries to find a job, but with nowhere willing to hire a girl of her age without parental consent, she is back at square one. Then, to make matters worse, a young girl called Yume crashes her bicycle into Kana and knocks her unconscious! Following this chance encounter, Kana learns of a job vacancy at the newspaper company that Yume works for and quickly applies. Now Kana has secured herself a live-in job delivering newspapers along with her new co-workers: lively Yume; quiet Yuki; drunken and perverted Haruka; money-hungry Hinata; and grade school deputy manager, Saki. From memorizing her paper route to learning how to ride a bicycle to fixing her terrifying smile, Kana’s new life has only just begun.
Cute girls doing cute things and both have a lovely yuri tone to them. Kanamemo has no schooling elements to it but both are sure to make you dawww and laugh at what happens between the characters.
Teenager girls, cute, slice of life, and yuri themes. Both are full of Moe, and have a cheerful and upbeat tone. If you liked one, you will almost definitely like the other imo.
In present day Japan, the life of a school girl is never dull. The easily-bored Konata never finds time to study because of her otaku habits, which frustrates hard-working Kagami to no end. On the other hand, laid-back Tsukasa always manages to go with the flow, while Miyuki is concerned with keeping her status as resident know-it-all. Join these four girls as they muse and meander their way through everyday events such as eating chocolate cones, doing homework, gaming, and trips to the beach galore.
These two anime go great together, with a cute chibi art style and similar humour, as well as lots of (subtle in Lucky Star) yuri. Both anime are slice of life about a group of weird girls who like to hang out and have fun.
Yuru Yuri and Lucky Star follow a similar sketch comedy/school format that focuses around the development of the central characters. There's definitely overlap between the two shows in terms of character archetypes and character interactions. The significant difference is the style of humor, Yuru Yuri being more character and situational based vs. Lucky Star's allusion and reference based humor.