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Kyoko moves to the big city with the prince of her dreams Shotaro; he wants to make it big in the entertainment business, so she works hard at many different jobs to support him as he achieves his dream. However, one day, Kyoko accidentally discovers the horrible truth: the love of her life thinks of her as a 'plain and boring woman!' Outraged, Kyoko swears revenge – she will make it even bigger than Shotaro in the entertainment world. The only question is, how will she fulfill her desire?
Both animes have a female protagonist who is trying to make a name for herself in showbiz, with acting in Skip Beat and voice acting in Girlish Number.
Both protagonists are very similar, and have bad tempers which they try to hide and a competitive side, causing lots of drama!
If you like one, you should definitely check out the other!
Both Shows deal with the ups and downs of the entertainment industry. Following the main cast as they deal with finding themselves and where they belong.
Aoi will never forget how she felt the day her high school animation club’s labor of love was shown at the cultural festival. The sense of awe and the feeling of accomplishment that came with completing their very first project are exactly what encouraged Aoi and her club mates to enter the animation industry in the first place. But two years later Aoi has graduated, and now that she works as a production assistant for a big-name animation studio, the daunting reality of her job has somewhat diminished her enthusiasm. Despite the long hours and the punishing schedule, Aoi still hopes to fulfill the promise she and her club friends Ema, Shizuka, Misa, and Midori made: to one day reunite and make a real animated feature of their own as professionals!
I am suprised that no one recommended Shirobako. Both anime focus on anime industry. Shirobako about anime production and well crafted anime. Girlish number focus mainly on voice acting
While they focus on a different field, both shows portrays what it takes to make an anime realistically but without getting too cynical (though Girlish Number is a bit harsh from time to time). They also share the same feeling and, even if I enjoyed Shirobako more than Girlish Number, fans of one will definitely like the other.
When 16-year-old high school student Kanna Aoyagi's older sister encourages her to become an adult video game voice actress, Kanna is hesitant. After thinking about all the things her sister has done for her, and how much she owes her, Kanna finally agrees. But can a high school student who knows nothing about adult video games really do the job?
Both shows feature a girl who starts their career as a seiyuu and has to learn what it takes to make it big. The tone of each show is different though, since the main protagonist of Koe de Oshigoto has to voice erotic games while the one in Girlish Number only voices regular anime.
All in all, if you liked Girlish Number and you want something similar but lewder then give Koe de Oshigoto a try. Likewise, if you liked Koe de Oshigoto and you want something similar but less explicit then Girlish Number is for you.
Fumihiko Matsumaru is a salary man who works in the marketing department of a snack company. As a bachelor, he tried to date a girl from his company; but coincidently, he met Aka Onda, a rookie voice actor, instead. Through another stroke of fate, Aka’s house burned down that very night. With nowhere to stay and no family to aid Aka, Fumihiko took her in; and the next day, Fumihiko’s new marketing idea was accepted, and Aka’s being hired for the product’s voice actor! As the relationship of Aka and Fumihiko deepens, the more difficult their relationship becomes. Can they live together under the same roof while keeping the secret of their relationship safe?
Both shows feature a rookie voice actress as she learns what it takes to be successful. The tone of each show is slightly different since Girlish Number portrays the subject in a realistic albeit slightly cynical way while REC adds some romance to lighten the mood.
Despite the differences between each show, fans of one will definitely enjoy the other.
Buntarou is a student who wants to be something, but doesn't know what. One day his female classmate Sayuki announces she is working on a bishoujo (pretty girl) game. Sayuki scouted him because he wrote a good script for drama club, but Buntarou doesn't know anything about bishoujo games.
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Green Leaves Entertainment is a tiny production company on the verge of going out of business in Sendai, the biggest city in Japan's northeastern Tohoku region. The agency once managed the careers of magicians, photo idols, fortune-tellers, and other entertainers, but its last remaining client finally quit. In danger of having zero talent (literally), the president Tange hatches an idea of producing an idol group. On the brash president's orders, the dissatisfied manager Matsuda heads out to scout raw talent. Matsuda makes a fateful encounter with a certain girl...