Keiko and her friend Akira don't seems out of the ordinary, but both high school students are frequent witnesses to unusual phenomena that few people ever experience. From Keiko's spot-on predictions about the weather, to Akira's encounter with a pile of rocks muttering about the inevitable future, the pair's easygoing life is never dull.
With a relaxed pace and gorgeous breezy/watery artwork, both of these titles explore strange phenomenon. If you liked the warped naturalism, or alternate take on normal events/settings in one, you may enjoy the other.
If you liked the breezy, calm magical realism in one of these manga, you'd be sure to love the other. Both are made up of super short glimpses into a fantasy-infused daily life, where the strangest things can occur without fanfare, and have a similar relaxing atmosphere.