Hello, I'm Amaya Kanaka's younger brother, Souta. I apologize for any trouble that my sister may have caused you. Continuing from last time, everyone is over at our house, but it's not like my sister is going to clean her room, so she's doing whatever she wants to. I've received quite a bit of unfair treatment. It was a day that I learned how to entertain guests even though I'm a junior high student. Sigh...
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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...
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I think that if you liked either one of these anime you will like the other because they are about similar things 3 girls in school getting into a multiple of things. Also I think some of the characters they used are pretty similar in their personality. i.e. Saki = Yui
They are both comedy and school life so I think that you would enjoy both (even though Aiura is only 4 minutes long).
Aiura is practically a short version of Yuyushiki. They both aired at the same time too. They're both great; if you liked one, check out the other.
4-koma with simular paces and character design. They both also have simular types of humor. Lastly the 3 main characters in each of the two series are simular as well. The only ding on Aiura is it is not very long.
The series follows two high school girls; Yachiyo Inugami, a dog-like girl who loves cats, and Suzu Nekoyama, a cat-like girl who loves dogs, and the strange relationship their respective habits form.
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Both are short series with a similar iyashikei (therapeutic / barely any conflict) and feature a cast of all females doing comedic school things. Additionally, there are some slight hints of shoujo-ai in both, although this aspect is more prominent in Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san.
Main difference is tempo. Inugami-san is much much quicker than Aiura and the characters in Aiura have a bit more personality to them than the Inugami-san characters
Both of these short episode slice of lifes feature high school girls with vastly different personalities. Instead of a lot of situational gag humor, the comedy comes from the girls' different opinions on various school topics. Both are fairly laid back anime, short, and contain an almost entirely female cast.
Mig you're looking for a relaxing slice of high school, give these two a try.
Both Aiura and Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san are short comedies with a female cast that take place (mostly) in a school setting.
The comedy in Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san is a lot more fast-paced than the comedy in Aiura and focuses a lot on the shoujo-ai relationship between Inugami-san and Nekoyama-san.
If you enjoyed the comedy in Aiura you'll probably enjoy the fast-paced comedy in Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san and vice versa.
Kamizono Academy is so spacious that transfer student Ayumi Nonomura and long time resident Tatsuki Iizuka find themselves lost together in the corridors. With the addition of fiery Torako Kageyama and quirky, somber Suzume Saotome, the four quickly become friends and comrades in arms against boredom. Whether it's being a last minute Morals Officer with...
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Hyakko and Aiura are two school life, lighthearted comedies that don't stray too far into the side of slapstick. If you liked one, do try out the other.
Both are pretty similar school life comedies that focus a lot on character interaction instead of slapstick. Fans of either might want to check the other out.