If you're looking for anime similar to Back Street Girls -GOKUDOLS-, you might like these titles.
Nitta Yoshifumi, a young, intellectual yakuza, lived surrounded by his beloved pots in his turf in Ashikawa. But one day, a girl, Hina, arrives in a strange object, and uses her telekinetic powers to force Nitta to allow her to live with him, putting an end to his leisurely lifestyle. Hina tends to lose control of herself, wreaking havoc both at school and in Nitta's organization. Though troubled, he finds himself taking care of her. What will become of this strange arrangement? It's the beginning of the dangerous and lively story of a nice-guy outlaw and psychokinetic girl!
Now plot wise these anime dont compare in the least outside of dealing with yakuza and somewhat making fun of em but when it comes to that fun Japanese humor, priceless facial expressions, great character development, and smooth story telling, thats where the similarities start to shine. If you enjoy one I'm sure you'll enjoy the other.
Hinamatsuri and Back Street Girls GOKUDOLS feature protagonists who are Yakuza who end up in a situation which forces them to take on more than they realize. Both shows are absolutely hilarious, heart warming, and chalk full of lovable characters and interactions. Hinamatsuri is more heartwarming, while BSGG is more about making the best out of an unconventional situation. Both are a great watch.
A typical morning. The usual music. Their normal lives. The peace these seven girls experience will suddenly be destroyed. By the living dead... zombies. A reality that they never wanted a part of, an amazing and terrifying zombie world. They all share one wish: "We want to live." These girls will struggle through this saga, in order to achieve a miracle.
If you liked Back Street Girls -GOKUDOLS- or Zombieland Saga you will love the other!
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So I would certainly give both a shot!
When you watch both of these anime prepare to see unorthodox depictions of idol groups. Both sets of idols are comprised of individuals you wouldn't expect and are lead by managers who are comically abusive to their idols. Despite not being traditional idols, both groups also strive to be the best musical set they can be. Zombieland has more drama and conflict where Gokudolls is mainly comedy and slapstick. But both anime are great as idol deconstructions, especially if you don't normally like idol shows.
Kubota and Hachisuka meet up by accident in a Middle Eastern desert and return to Japan together to hustle their way through life. They start by getting involved in shady TV dealings, where they get jobs making fake documentaries.
In the rusty and run-down Treasure Town, young orphans in their respective gangs rule the roost and use the landscape as their playground. The violent Black and naïve White are two such orphans who are unafraid of fellow children and Yakuza alike; never have they found a foe who could best them in a battle – until now. A strange man and his even stranger (and seemingly indestructible) henchmen have plans to tear down Treasure Town and erect an amusement park in its place, and they’ll cut down anyone who stands in their way. Can Black and White save their home, and each other?
Rokuro Okajima is a small-time salaryman who is carrying documents for his company, when the ship he's traveling on is attacked by pirates. Kidnapped, he discovers to his dismay that his employers' main concern is to ensure the documents don't get into the wrong hands, even if it means sending the carrier to the bottom of the sea. Now, with his former life ruined and his kidnappers seeming comparatively friendly, "Rock" decides to join their merry band of mercenaries, and sets out with a new career to the shadier corners of the South China Sea.
Passionate music-lover Eripiyo only wants to see her favorite underground pop group, ChamJam, make it to the big stage at Budokan. Because they’ve enriched her life by their very existence, Eri is willing to dedicate everything she has to see this dream fulfilled – even her health. At their last performance she got a crazy nosebleed. Hey, no one said being a super-fan was easy!
Soon after their live concert with all 13 members, 765 Pro's all-star idols are given great news: They will be performing a concert at an arena, and will have back-up dancers sent from the idol training school to support them. In the midst of this, the always cheerful Haruka Amami is voted as leader of the idols. Everything was looking up for 765 Pro, until bad news begins to strike. In the face of new barriers, Haruka wavers on her position as leader. However, she must stand up, and gather all the idols together once again for the greatest concert they've ever performed.