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Shy, reserved Yui Yamada is a budding horticulturist who is responsible for caring for her high school’s greenery. While tending to her campus’ morning glories, Yamada has a chance encounter with the vivacious, sporty Tomoka Kase, star of the girl’s track team. Yamada and Kase could not be more different and they have a lot to learn about one another, but as their friendship grows, their feelings begin to blossom into something more…
Both of these GL anime have a similar tone and feel to them, and are both relaxing watches. They're both slow paced, chill shows. Both of them also have a similar classical style soundtrack which adds to this feeling.
If you liked either Bloom Into You or Asagao to Kase-san, you'd like the other because both have slow paced girl love.
Both shoujo-ai shows have a similar feel and have very little drama in it. If you liked one and you're looking for a show with a similar tone give the other one a go
Both seires have a very calm and healthy same sex relationship , with a rather minimal dose of drama.
Yuzuko Aihara, a high school girl whose main interests are fashion, friends and having fun, is about to get a reality check. Due to her mom’s remarriage, Yuzu has transferred to a new, all-girls school that is extremely strict. Her real education is about to begin. From Day One, happy-go-lucky Yuzu makes enemies, namely the beautiful yet stern Student Council President Mei. So what happens when a dejected Yuzu returns home and discovers the shock of her life: that Mei is actually her new step-sister who has come to live with her? Even more surprising, when Mei catches Yuzu off-guard and kisses her out of the blue, what does it all mean?
If you're looking for a more dramatic - but not too dramatic - yuri series, both Bloom Into You and Citrus should fit the bill. They both feature solid storylines that feature relationships where one of the partner girls is dealing with personal issues. The sex scenes in both series are very subtle and not explicit so even if you're not comfortable with same-sex relationships, the characters and plotlines make these series a good watch.
Both anime coincidentally feature a raven haired class president and their romantic relationship with a fellow female classmate who's names are similar, Yuzu and Yuu, one having red hair and the other having blonde hair. The similarities don't stop there, in each anime one of the girls is completely thrown for a loop when their friend expresses their romantic feelings for the other.
Even though bloom into you is kinda different they are both really fun to watch. Citrus is quite slow (like every romance anime) and Bloom into you has less romance moments in it. But i still recommend both of them and you should definitely watch both!
Best friends Haruka and Yuu have just entered their first year at Misato West High School, a facility scheduled to be shut down in three years. The duo have been inseparable since middle school, but moving to a new school means making new friends. So together, the pair decides they’ll share something special that they won’t do with the other girls: they’ll share a passionate kiss. Now, the two, along with new companions Kotone, Shizuku, Kaede and Yuku, begin their high school days together, having plenty of fun - and sharing plenty of intimate kisses - along the way.
Both shows are chill shoujo-ai with barely any drama featuring high-schoolers. The only difference between the two is that Sakura Trick is a bit more fanservice-orientedbut fans of one will enjoy the other too.
Both have cute yuri themes, Bloom Into You is something you might watch before Sakura Trick though. Sakura Trick is lighthearted, slice of life, and Bloom Into You takes a more emotional and introspective view of a relationship between the protagonist and love interest.
Shy, crybaby Fumi has just transferred into Matsuoka Girl’s High School, in the city of Kamakura. It’s been ten years since she moved away, leaving her dear friend Akira behind; and soon, the two are reunited once more. Akira is now attending Fujigaya Girls’ Academy, though she and Fumi still manage to see each other regardless. Between classes and social engagements, the two will experience love, the struggle to admit one’s true feelings, and the joy of companionship.
Both Bloom Into You and Aoi Hana (Sweet Blue Flowers) are yuri stories that involve one-sided relationships and romantic drama.
Girls loving girls in school settings. The drama is more likely to lead to sadness than to anger, especially since most of it come from one-sided romance. Their similar melancholic and beautifully artsy atmospheres means fans of one are likely to love the other.
Sorata Kanda has a real problem - he just can't say no to the cute face of a kitten! However, his lovely strays have finally landed him in trouble, as his dorm doesn't allow keeping pets. Given an ultimatum to get rid of the cats or move out, Sorata makes the mistake of standing up for himself and finds himself exiled to Sakurasou, the home of misfits the school doesn't know what to do with. Yet the more he spends time there, Sorata sees they all have their own incredible talents. None, however, enthralls him more than the latest arrival: Mashiro Shiina, a world class artist who is seemingly incapable of feeding or clothing herself! Since none of the other residents have a shred of responsibility, the onus of 'Mashiro Duty' falls to Sorata; what will become of Sorata and his latest stray, and will he ever achieve his goal of escaping Sakurasou?
Both anime explore a relationship with a person who doesn't understand love while being overly forward, while simultaneosly within a complicated love triangle.
Sakurasou has both more drama and more comedy, and focuses on a heterosexual relationship. Bloom Into You is Shounen-Ai, and lighter to digest.
It is spring, the season of great changes. Hikari Kohinata is an overwhelmingly cheerful and outgoing 15-year-old girl who has spent all her life in a small and beautiful seaside town on the Izu peninsula. On the first day of high school, she meets Futaba Oki, a slightly introverted girl who has just moved from Tokyo. Before she knows it, Futaba gets dragged along into Hikari's passion for scuba diving. And from there, Futaba gradually starts to come out of her shell, and learns how to take challenges and dive into the ocean of life.
Shy, athletic Sumika is in love with her bubbly friend Ushio. However, Ushio is outwardly attracted to cute girls, something she never calls her friend-turned-admirer. Keeping her tender feelings a secret from the one she loves, Sumika continues to be Ushio’s confidante and companion, hoping that someday she can say how she feels. Whether it’s having a first kiss, cooking a meal or confiding in each other, Sumika, Ushio, Tomoe and their friends will experience the everyday joys of a quiet school life and touching romance together.
Yamada may be shy and rather clumsy, but the flower gardens at her school have always brought her happiness. Suddenly, a different sort of beauty catches her eye—the vivacious track star, Kase-san. Although the two girls don't seem to have much in common, they soon start a romance where each must learn an important lesson in tending their budding relationship. Can the two girls, so different from each other, learn how to make their first love blossom?
An unnamed protagonist happens to find a diary in a hospital one day. The diary belongs to his classmate, a girl named Sakura Yamauchi, who is revealed to be suffering from a terminal illness in her pancreas, and who only has a few months left to live. Sakura explains that the protagonist is the only person apart from her family that knows about her condition. The protagonist promises to keep Sakura's secret. Despite their completely opposite personalities, the protagonist decides to be together with Sakura during her last few months.
To keep it short, both animes have those interesting and almost complicated relationships. I will say that "I Want to Eat Your Pancreas" is indeed much more sad than "Bloom Into You" (but isn't most anime movies more sad than normal animes...). Anyways, they are similar in character development and kinda in the plot... kinda.
When the girls in the literature club ask themselves, “What do you want to do before you die?” one of them gives a most surprising response. Now they're all preoccupied (for better or for worse) by their friend's unexpected answer! Soon each of these very different young women find themselves propelled along the uncertain road to adulthood, their emotional journeys taking them down paths as surprising as their friend's unconventional wish.
These series involve high school girls learning about love while discovering themselves and their sexualities. One-sided romances, love triangles, and teenage awkwardness can be found in both.
While Bloom Into You is a shoujo-ai, and O Maidens is not, O Maidens does have some LGBT themes, though obviously not as much as Bloom Into You.