If you're looking for anime similar to Bananya, you might like these titles.
Donyatsu is a cat-like, chocolate-coated donut creature living in an abandoned Shinjuku, Tokyo. Lots of strange fun with his yummy friends! Tastefully funny short stories with brand new characters not seen in the original!
Cat doughnut. Cat banana. I'm sure you see the similarity. Both of these short anime follow the silly and cute adventures of a part cat, part food character.
If you like anime about cats that are food too look no further than these 2 amazing titles. Sure to please the cat and food lover in you!
Cats as food - what's not to like? There isn't much of a plot with these two, and the similarities are fairly obvious.
Do you like cats? Do you like food? Do you think you need more of the two combined? With Bananya, you have banana-cats, with Donyatsu, you have pastry-cats. Both are short episode animes that detail the daily adventures of the food-cats. If you liked one, you'll like the other. So go watch them right meow... (I couldn't resist the pun)
Both of these shows have really short episodes and feature hybrids of food and cats.
Of these two, Bananya is more cutesy while Donyatsu is a tad more comedic.
Tiny, abandoned Nyanpire would have died when he was the kitten if not for the help of a kind stranger… a stranger that happened to be a blood-sucking vampire! Bringing the feline back to life with a few drops of his blood, the man then vanished, leaving Nyanpire to fend for himself. Now, the whimsical kitty lives with Misaki as her housecat, and spends every moment of the day figuring out a new way to find or beg for blood, even if it means turning to a friend such as the samurai Masamunya or angel Nyantenshi!
Another unusual cat anime. Nyanpire features the hijinx of cat vampires, Bananya goes for cat bananas. They're both short and very cute, making them an easy and fun watch.
While the animation styles are a little different, these anime revolve around the fluffy felines that everyone keeps as pets... except these felines are a little different. One comes in a banana, the other thinks strawberries are an acceptable source of blood... But if you liked one, you're sure to die of cuteness overload from the other.
Both are short shows that feature odd cats doing cute things. They also are fairly episodic, and while Nyanpire features a vampire-cat while in Bananya you have cats in bananas, you'll definitely enjoy them.
Both of these shows contain cats... except they are not normal cats. In Nyanpire the cat is a vampire and in Bananya they are... bananas?
If you enjoyed Nyanpire and want something equally silly you might enjoy Bananya (or vice versa).
One day, a young kitten was on a walk with her mother and siblings; but soon she became separated from her kin. Struggling to find her way home, the kitten soon ran into a young boy named Yohei and his mother; and out of pity, the duo takes the kitten home with them. Unfortunately they discover that they are unable to keep pets in their home, and thus begin a quest to find her a new place to live. From playing with shoelaces to being washed, the cute kitten named Chi will have fun and get to know her new family – though all she really wants is to make it home to her feline mother.
Cats! Chi's Sweet Home takes a bit more of a realistic route and plays with the every day life of a normal cat and being a cat owner while Bananya is more silly with cats hiding inside bananas, but if you like felines and fluffy cuteness then I'm sure you'll be a fan of both shows.
Both are overly-cute short shows featuring cats (or cats in bananas) fooling around. Chi’s Sweet Home is a bit more realistic than Bananya but if you liked one and you’re in need of some diabetes-inducing cuteness give the other a go!
It's a basketball! It's a melon! It's… Poyo the cat?! After drunkenly stumbling across the bulbous, cuddly creature on the street one day, Moe Satou decides to bring the stray home and keep him in the house as a family pet. Whether he's lounging around or bringing snacks to the other strays in the neighborhood, Poyo is always getting into a variety of misadventures with his new owners and friends, including the lovable neighbor cat Kurobe, doting father Shigeru and a host of kittens.
Lovers of Bananya, the kitty who lives in a banana, prepare to fall in love with Poyo, the melon-shaped cat!
Both are cute short series following the story of cats, they are both heavily focus' on short sketches and involve basic character designs. There is also the face that they are both light shows and enjoyable if you want something easy to watch after seeing something a bit more serious. So I recommend if you like the plain cuteness of one of these series then check out the other, I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
The cute and mysterious cat-like creatures called Mitchiri Neko that seem to gather around each other if you leave them alone now get their own anime with a glorious voice cast! The free and happy-go-lucky Mitchiri Neko’s daily life is filled fluff and surreal laughs! Say it with me, “Mitchiri! Mitchiri!”
Dogtato-kun is one of the many half-animal/half-vegetable inhabitants of Veggietown! Along with Croconion, Cucumbird, Hedgetato and the rest of the gang, Dogtato-kun and Veggietown's edible dwellers will have fun, fall in love, and make new friends, all without losing a leaf!
Ryoku, Aru, Muha, Ron, Hana, Cafe and Chai are colorful tea-dogs who want nothing more than to enjoy each other's company and be friends. Along with the finicky tea-cats, this group of companions will learn valuable lessons about life and friendships, in this quiet 5-minutes-per-episode series filled with positivity and morals.
The "Nyanbo" are creatures with square bodies with ears and tails that came to Earth from outer space. There's Tora, who dreams of repairing their broken UFO and returning to space, as well as his sister Kotora, the precocious Shiro, the mischievous Mike, the mysterious Kuro, and many more. All of these Nyanbos are now happily living much like cats, free-spirited and sometimes getting into trouble, in places that humans don't know about.
Konagai Tomoko is a first-year in high school and a shy girl. Tomoko owns three cats. The cheerful and live Munchkin Maa, the smart and responsible Russian Blue Rou, and the gentle crybaby Singapura Shii. Tomoko, whose only friends were her cats, one day becomes friends with Shiratori Azumi, who also loves cats. This is a fluffy and cute comedy about the daily life of Tomoko and her cats, Tomoko and Azumi's friendship, and the interaction between cats.
While both these animes do not directly feature the same style and art of cats throughout their short clips, both do have the same catish adventures that make them funny and enjoyable to watch. Both are centered around the lives of cats and their daily new memories and discoveries. Nynako Days does have more of a plot and center around it, while Bananya has more of short little clips. However, both are still centered heavily around cats and always return back to the main focus of the furry little animals.
Chitose is a fluffy Emperor penguin chick living in Kyoto. The stories depict such familiar Kyoto locales as Togetsu-kyou bridge, Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Fushimi Inari-taisha shrine, and Kiyomizu-dera temple from a penguin's perspective, as well as Kyoto cuisine.
Both are sickeningly cute series with short-length episodes that will make you go "aww~". Also the protagonist in both shows are animals (An emperor penguin in Okoshiyasu, and a err... banana cat in Bananya) so if you liked one and this kind of shows are your thing then give the other a go!