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Hana Yori Dango
  • TV (51 eps)
  • 1996 - 1997

The average Tsukushi Makino attends the snobby, elite Eitoku Academy, which is dominated by the Flower Four (F4) – the sons of the most powerful families. Like the rest of her classmates...

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Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day
  • TV (11 eps)
  • 2011

Long ago, young Meiko Honma tragically died and her tight-knit group of friends, shaken by the event, drifted apart. Now, ten years later, Meiko has re-appeared as a ghost that only Jinta, the former...

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heykay15 Jul 2011
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Well since Anohana came afterwards, I can say no other anime has reminded me more of Honey and Clover than Anohana.  I have discovered there's a special place in my heart for anime that emphasize the sort of bitersweet, natsukashii, and just longing for an earlier time.  I suppose I like the heavyhanded foreboding because it adds an extra layer to all the actions characters take in the present.  I think drawing styles are similar, but just watch you'll get the same kind of bittersweet longing in both series.  Also, both series are charactere and relationsihp driven, yes both have drama, but what pulls it off is the strength of characters and how they are developed.  Other series I consider to the same longing feeling them to are, Nana, and FMA. THanks for reading.
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heykay15 Jul 2011
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Well since Anohana came afterwards, I can say no other anime has reminded me more of Honey and Clover than Anohana.  I have discovered there's a special place in my heart for anime that emphasize the sort of bitersweet, natsukashii, and just longing for an earlier time.  I suppose I like the heavyhanded foreboding because it adds an extra layer to all the actions characters take in the present.  I think drawing styles are similar, but just watch you'll get the same kind of bittersweet longing in both series.  Also, both series are charactere and relationsihp driven, yes both have drama, but what pulls it off is the strength of characters and how they are developed.  Other series I consider to the same longing feeling them to are, Nana, and FMA. THanks for reading.
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heykay15 Dec 2010
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IF YOU LIKED...

Hana Yori Dango

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Kimi ni Todoke

Both are sweet stories in romance involving girls who are inexperienced in love.  Although Hana yori dango is more dramatic than Kimi ni Todoke, I found myself rooting for all the characters.  Another strong theme in both series is that of friendship.  Main characters make and maintain strong ties with other characters which are an integral part of both series.  Well developed characters.  There is not as much closure as I would have liked as in Kimi ni Todoke because the series does not progress in the relationship any where as far compared to Hana yori Dango,  but the likability of the main characters remains strong.
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heykay15 Dec 2010
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IF YOU LIKED...

Paradise Kiss

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Kuragehime

Both have a main character that is starting to find themselves in a new light and are mentored by a male figure in that respect.  There is a good balance of comedy and seriousness in both series.  There is also a supporting cast in both which enlivens the main story.  Thought provoking and extremely relatable.
heykay15
heykay15 Dec 2010
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IF YOU LIKED...

Kuragehime

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Paradise Kiss

Both have a main character that is starting to find themselves in a new light and are mentored by a male figure in that respect.  There is a good balance of comedy and seriousness in both series.  There is also a supporting cast in both which enlivens the main story.  Thought provoking and extremely relatable.
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heykay15 Dec 2010
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IF YOU LIKED...

Kuragehime

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Nana

Deal with women growing up in modern Japan from a semi-realistic standpoint.  Both series had main characters that I could both identify with and whom I was really sympathetic with.  Series focus on characterization.
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