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.
Best friends Haruka and Yuu have just entered their first year at Misato West High School, a facility scheduled to be shut down in three years. The duo have been inseparable since middle school, but moving to a new school means making new friends. So together, the pair decides they’ll share something special that they won’t do with the other girls: they’ll share a passionate kiss. Now, the two, along with new companions Kotone, Shizuku, Kaede and Yuku, begin their high school days together, having plenty of fun - and sharing plenty of intimate kisses - along the way.
Both anime are cute, fluffy slice of life focusing on the antics of female high schoolers. Yuyushiki has just some slightly implied shoujo-ai whereas Sakura Trick is a full-blown yuri show with romance, but other than that, they're pretty similar.
Both shows are fairly moe schoolgirl comedies that follow a group of female friends. Both have a very cutesy art style, a bunch of endearingly cute girls and a lot of zany comedy. The difference between the two is that while Yuyushiki features some implied shoujo-ai, Sakura Trick nosedives face first into the yuri deep end. Regardless, fans of one will mostly likely find a lot to like about the other.
Sonya may look like a regular school girl, but in truth she’s a deadly assassin who keeps to herself. Despite many warnings not to get involved with her, ditzy Yasuna decides that she is her friend, even if it means getting her arm broken or ending up in a headlock each time she surprises the young hitman. And just to make matters worse, ninja girl, Agiri - an associate of Sonya's - also attends the same school. With Sonya resorting to violence at every turn and Agiri parading her various "techniques" at every turn, Yasuna’s school life is about to get all the more hectic... that is, if she can manage to survive in one piece!
Both stories revolve around 3 girls in high school. Although kill me baby is a little more absurd with a "ninja" and an "assassin". The main cast both look alike and act alike. If you watch one, and then start the other anime, you'll notice that they have the same feel to them without making each other a carbon copy.
In a time filled with wars, environmental concerns and issues, there lives a gaggle of beautiful boys that are the personification of the world's countries. Japan, England, France, Finland, Germany and the rest of the boys attend the World Conference and tackle issues like global warming with a heavy dose of fun. Through multiple world wars the gang will traverse deserts, build mecha U-boats and solve the world's problems together!
Both are humour series with a lot of cuteness, silliness and perviness, while trying to make people interested in learning various things. (Parts of Yuyushikí are basically a wiki walk in anime form, while Hetalia is about history and random historical facts.) They are somewhat alike, so if you like one you should certainly check out the other.
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.
Centered around a group of young girls and their daily lives. Word association, puns and just general japanese humor persist in both shows. Slice of life. Comedy. Cute girls in wacky situations.