Abe and Mihashi get back on the same page, but not before giving up the lead. As the game enters the final innings, Mihashi must trust his teammates.
(Sub) The Real Ace
(Sub) The Catcher's Role
(Sub) The Practice Match
(Sub) The Play
(Sub) Don't Cut Corners
(Sub) Requirements for Pitchers
(Sub) I Want to Play Baseball!
(Sub) An Amazing Pitcher
(Sub) The Past
(Sub) Bit by Bit
(Sub) The Summer Starts
(Sub) The Cheering Squad
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Shouyou Hinata began playing volleyball after seeing the "little giant" who played the sport when he was in elementary school. He suffers a crushing defeat in his first and last tournament in middle school at the hands of his rival Tobio Kageyama. So, Hinata joins Karasuno High School's volleyball team, vowing revenge against Kageyama. However...
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Both are sports anime of course. The main characters are really talented, but dont realize it. They have a really talented partner on each team that fights to bring out their full potential. Ookiku is more laid back, and sweet with a set of younger people. The main character isn't as charismatic and flashy as Shoyo but they are in some way alike when it comes to not recognizing when they are amazing at what they can do for their team.
Shoyo and Ren are alike in being easliy scared of their oppents. Unlike Ren Shoyo trusts his teamates, but he is still a little like Ren when he isn't playing a game
Both series are about how one need other to play in a team. Both of them are about hard work, passionate playing and friendhood.
Unless Ookiku is about baseball, a lot more pased in every episode (you will love Mihashi and Abe), and Haikyuu!! is about volleyball, you can see the same outcome and tension in everyepisode. You will love one if you loved the other.
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...
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Both series have a gentle person as a main character. The anime tell us a story where this person wants to help other people. He is not frightened and can get over the difficulties.
Ookiku and Yuujinchou are set during the heat of summer, where the protagonist (quiet, thoughtful and somewhat anti-social) come to develop and change through self-realization.
Although these series are from differing genres, the atmosphere is largely the same. Calling cicadas can be heard throughout each episode, creating a peaceful, slice-of-life tone to each series. In addition they have little to no canon romantic themes, which is a refreshing change to anime.
Both Natsume Yuujinchou and Ookiku furikabutte have a timid but nice protagonist. The supporting characters give off the same aura in both animes. They are both slow-paced and heart-warming to watch.
Meet Ryoma Echizen, the cocky prince of tennis. He comes to Japan from America where he is known as the Prince of Tennis – but that is no surprise considering he is the son of the former tennis pro, Nanjiroh Echizen, otherwise known as the Samurai! Upon transferring to the school Seishun Gakuen, he meets the regulars of the tennis club, and becomes the...
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Both series are about sports. Set a goal and reach it! It’s about hard work as a team, lots of training and also lots of interesting moments. Both anime have many awesome characters and you will find someone you like of course.
The MC are both kind of loners but then learn to trust in their teamates and starting to intract with other better