If you're looking for manga similar to xxxHOLiC, you might like these titles. All recommendations are made by Anime-Planet users like you!
Mushi are another form of life which live parallel to our own natural world. The source of many myths and superstitions, they exist according to their own natural laws, and can be both beneficial and dangerous depending on circumstances. Ginko, a traveling mushishi, investigates and helps out wherever the mushi have become a problem. Yet Ginko himself is marked by the creatures he researches, and he carries the weight of his past with him.
Mushishi and xxxHolic, while slightly different in tone, both focus on a more supernatural side of life. So while xxxHolic focuses more on cautionary tales and Japanese mythology and Mushishi looks at the mysterious lifeforms known as Mushi, if you liked the supernatural aspect of one then it is well worth checking out the other.
Both mangas is practically talking about same things. It have same atmosphere in them. Yes, story lines may differ, but both of them give you similar reading plasure.
Natsume is lonely; he has an ability that separates him from others: he can see and interact with spirits. Soon, however, Natsume discovers that he’s not alone: his grandmother Reiko also had the gift. But things get hectic and possibly dangerous for Natsume when he finds out that he also inherited the 'Book of Friends', a book that contains the names of all the spirits Reiko defeated and subjugated. He finds himself hounded by his grandmother's underlings and, with the help of a 'cat' charm spirit, decides to free them from the Book's shackles, as well as protect the book from those who seek to misuse its power...
Though xxxHolic is more based upon fate and mystery, both of these manga feature young boys with the ability to see things they wish they couldn't and how they cope with their gifts. If you liked that in one, you may enjoy the other.
Spirit world, all kinds of shananingans is keys to both these mangas. Even Natsume and Watanuki is similar in some way like Madara is very similar with Yuuko. Liked one - deffinetely try another.
Both manga feature a shop which grants wishes and in both cases the price for those is not cheap. Both series are a little dark (but xxxHolic probably had darker stories).
a store that sells skill, and is thereby grant for their desires? there is nothing more like xxxholic, even the same feeling of altruism above all of the characters and similar...
Kazahaya Kudo and Rikuo Himura are two teenagers who work for the ‘Green Drug Store,' and also rent an apartment above the store. Rikuou rescued Kazahaya from freezing to death on the streets during the winter, and although Kazahaya is grateful to Rikuo for this, the two can't seem to get along. The mysterious Kakei owns the store and Kazahaya often has to put up with the constant teasing of Kakei's friend Saiga. The strangest thing about Kazahaya's job is that he and Rikuo are often sent on "extra jobs" by Kakei, which are different and more bizarre each time. But because he needs the money to avoid ending up on the streets again, Kazahaya never refuses any job offered to him no matter what strange situation he may find himself in. Just what secrets do each of these four men hide, and why is Kazahaya so reluctant to return home?
As in other Clamp works, xxxHolic does cross over into Legal Drug more prominantly, though there are plenty references to other Clamp works such as Tsubasa, Chobits, and CCS. Moreover, the characters of Domeki Shizuka and Watanuki Kimihiro are so very similar to Kudo Kazahaya and Himura Rikuo,(same template but with a more shounen-ai twist within Legal Drug) as they form this duo of supernatural guardian and medium roles. There are tiny variations between both, such as a seemingly innocuous pharmacy run by a man enshrouded by mystery (Kakei and his pharmacy) versus a wish-granting shop run by a witch enshourded by mystery (Yukko and her shop). Both deal with supernatural dangers or tasks that must be completed by the duo, though each series has its own drama and depth.
Both series are by CLAMP, and both series involved a mostly ordinary person (except that he can see things other people can't) getting caught up in "shop" where he has to do tasks involving the supernatural. Legal Drug has a more adult feel to it, but overall, they're kinda similar.
Mitsuo Shiozu is a reclusive high school boy with a special gift: he is able to see and communicate with ghosts. However Mitsuo sees his talent as more of a curse, especially when he comes into contact with a female spirit who takes over his body and uses it to confess to a boy named Hasanuma in front of the entire class! Though while these ghosts are tiring him out by possessing Mitsuo whenever they feel like it - making his school life a misery in the process - he still hopes to grant their wishes and help them move on. But with such a special power, many spirits requiring help, and a growing number of male admirers - including the increasingly persistent Hasanuma - Mitsuo's life is sure to be anything but quiet or lonely.
Ignoring the shounen-ai aspect of Eerie Queerie, both of these series focus on a high school student with the ability to see spirits. If you liked this part of one and seeing how the protagonist develops with his experiences then you may well enjoy the other.