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Yuno is a high school student who dreams of becoming a famous artist; and after being admitted at Yamabuki High School of Arts, she is one step closer to her dream. Yuno must move to an apartment complex near the school, and there, in Hidamari-so, she meets three new friends: Miyako, a very active person who will do anything to get her hands on something to eat; Hiro, an upperclassman who is obsessed with weight gain; and Sae, the oldest of the bunch and also a tomboy. From wild cosplaying teachers to bizarre school myths, Yuno and friends enjoy fun times and crazy days at Yamabuki High!
Both are slice of life shows surrounding a group of girls with hints toward shoujo-ai. Yuyushiki far more blatantly makes hints toward shoujo-ai and is faster passed with more comedy. While Hidamari Sketch is slower passed and the comedy sections lay far further apart. Despite of this they follow quite the same tropes and share more similarities in art-style than most other slice of lifes do with these two.
The story follows the behind-the-scenes dressing-room conversations of a group of female (joshi) Japanese verbal show (rakugo) performers.
Meet the Minami sisters, three girls living on their own and doing their best to make it through life's little snags and adventures. Kana, the middle sister, has far more energy than common sense; Chiaki, the youngest, is more reserved, but her sharp tongue and devious mind often cause trouble for others; and Haruka, the eldest, acts like a mother to the other two, is beautiful and kind, but has a fearsome stern streak. Together, no obstacle can stand in their way, be it school, romance, or even cooking.
Both of these shows are slice of life comedies that have a trio of girls as the main characters. While Yuyushiki features three girls in the same year at school, Minami-ke revolves around three sisters of varying age. The comedy with each is fairly similar, with a lot of random and phyical gags in both shows, although Yuyushiki is different in that it has fairly prevalent shoujo-ai themes throughout.
When Hotaru transfers from a school in bustling Tokyo to a tiny school in a quiet country village, she’s in for a big adjustment. Although her new school only has five students, there's something about the laidback lifestyle that makes her feel right at home. It's a big change from the big city, but there are still plenty of new adventures to look forward to with her quirky new friends as Hotaru learns that “home” really is where the heart is.
While these shows may not be set in the same location, have similar themes or have the same kind of pacing, i think the fact that both shows follow a group of young schoolgirls as they have many comedic interactions is more than enough to recommend these shows together.
Yuyushiki is a little more fast paced, and a bit more random, but if you enjoyed one of these shows comedy style then the other should hold your attention. Just be aware that Non Non Biyori is considerably slower paced than the former, even if both can be pretty relaxing for the genre. But lets face it, people who enjoy one moe comedy tend to enjoy most others to some degree, so give the other a go if you've seen one of them!
Everyday life may be full of mundane occurrences, but hidden amongst the banality, you can always find something fun to brighten your day. While schoolgirl Mio attempts to cheer up Yuuko after her horrific test score, Nano desperately tries in vain to get the stubborn Hakase to take her medicine. No matter the situation, these innocent girls can make the most of every situation, even by doing cartwheels at a deserted railway station.
They are similar in the sense that ther both comedy with a mostly all girl cast (Yuyushiki has an all girl cast) but Nichijou is much more random and over the top. There were definately funny moments in Yuyushiki but I hurt myslelf laughing during every episode of Nichijou. This is a MUST WATCH.