Danchigai

Danchigai

Danchigai Episode 8 - Building Eight: Definitely Siblings

Do all twins look the same? Join the Nakanos as they look through some family history.

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Building One: The Yumeno Apartments image

Episode 1

Building One: The Yumeno Apartments

Building Two: The Twins' Homework image

Episode 2

Building Two: The Twins' Homework

Building Three: Mutsuki's True Colors image

Episode 3

Building Three: Mutsuki's True Colors

Building Four: Curry and Rice image

Episode 4

Building Four: Curry and Rice

Building Five: Satsuki's Anime Clock image

Episode 5

Building Five: Satsuki's Anime Clock

Building Six: The Siblings’ Multiplication image

Episode 6

Building Six: The Siblings’ Multiplication

Building Seven: The Apartment Complex's Pool Opening?! image

Episode 7

Building Seven: The Apartment Complex's Pool Opening?!

Building Eight: Definitely Siblings image

Episode 8

Building Eight: Definitely Siblings

Building Nine: For the Love of Pranks?! image

Episode 9

Building Nine: For the Love of Pranks?!

Building Ten: Mutsuki’s Request?! image

Episode 10

Building Ten: Mutsuki’s Request?!

Building Eleven: How Yayoi Nurses?! image

Episode 11

Building Eleven: How Yayoi Nurses?!

Building Twelve: The Bond Between Haruki and His Sisters. image

Episode 12

Building Twelve: The Bond Between Haruki and His Sisters.

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Zaig Zaig says

Both of these anime center around the young siblings of a close family and their home. They're mostly slice of life with some comedy springkled throughout, but they also randomly include brief moments of fanservice and minor references to incest (Danchigai is more moe/tame by comparison, however). If you enjoyed one, there's little doubt you wouldn't like the other.

ChalamiuS ChalamiuS says

Both of these shows focus on family life (one in a bit more normal setting than the other) and sibling love.

Papa no Iu Koto o Kikinasai! is a bit more serious and focuses on other things than just comedy (which is basically the only thing that Danchigai did).