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In another world, there exist many countries, each with different cultures, customs, and traditions. From technological marvels to folk legends, each location yields a vast wealth of insight of its people: their hopes and their dreams, their failures and fears. Kino is a traveler whose goal is to visit as many new places as possible, learning about others' ways of life, but also making sure to stay clear of their affairs. Together with the talking motorrad Hermes, Kino sets out to explore the beautiful world and meet its inhabitants, wherever they may be.
If you like a nice adventure through a different world with two lovable characters bantering over random things and talking to the interesting people that live in said unique world that the travelers must survive in, these two are great for that. They also both feature a motorbike, which is always nice.
If you liked watching one of these anime, I would say you will probaby like watching the other one as well.
Both are largely laid-back journeys, moving from place to place in a world that is generally bleaker than what most of us know. They include many ruminations on life and the world that cover various parts of a moral spectrum.
Traveling enlessly and lonely through through diverce essenarios while sorounded by a decadent high-tech world. They rarely encouter any person. Provides a very relaxing and couzy feeling.
Young Riko has spent her entire childhood dreaming of exploring the Abyss, an enormous pit and series of caves filled with wonders and terrors that only the staunchest Cave Raiders have survived to bring back ancient artifacts from its depths. No one knows just how deep the pit is, but Riko's own mother disappeared into it years ago, leaving her daughter behind with a powerful urge to follow after her and learn the Abyss's mysteries for herself. One day Riko discovers a boy who seems to have originated from the Abyss and appears to be a sort of robot. Can he aid the little girl in her quest to find her missing mother? Or will the children become the Abyss's next victims?
The animation of main characters are identical and both 2 main characters. The concept is both future! The age is identical. The concept both has another strange world. It is both traveling without knowing destinations and if they will find anything. The atmosphere is almost identical. 1 out of 2 main characters got really close background-thoughs.
They both show these little people you would think is it probably a comedy or just a little cute but bother show adventure struggle happiness sadness it shows a story so they both are good recommendations.
They have similar art style. The two main characters in both anime are drawn similarly in their cute, childlike chibiness. Despite the cuteness factor, both anime are about adventuring in a dark world where what lies ahead is unknown.
Kino and the talking motorrad, Hermes, travel the land together; visiting different countries and learning about the various customs and cultures of the people they encounter. From technological marvels to nations with unique laws and political intrigue, each location yields a wealth of insight of its people. The beautiful world they inhabit is a vast one, and a number of other travelers share tales of their adventures as well - an exiled prince wandering the land with his talking dog, an orphaned child raised by artificial intelligence, and a former slave girl with a talking motorrad of her own who photographs the world around her as she travels through it. Although the world is not always beautiful, its rich diversity lends it a fascinating loveliness that is worth the journey to see.
Both contain philosophical elements and two traveling companions journeying through a beautiful but dangerous world, observing and talking about it.
both shows are about lighthearted journeys, while they cover heavier themes like the everyone's individual purpose for living or the darker side of humankind. Whether it's the beutiful world, or the philosophy the show brings to question, both are sure to captivate and draw you in.
It isn't unusual for a person to feel that the world around them is strange and has unexpected secrets lying just beyond their sight. However, for most people this is just an occasional sensation that greets them upon awakening or chases them into sleep. For the mushi researcher Ginko, it isn't a feeling at all; it is a knowledge which guides his travels and motivates his life. Found in the cracks between what is conceivable and what is not, are the varied life forms collectively known as mushi. They surround us and affect us, but their intensely different nature makes them unrecognizable to most. Ginko brings these life forms into perspective for the lives of those most affected and most in need of an explanation.
Very chill, has interesting world with unique creatures in it. Both very thoughtfully constructed. If you like one dash of subtle beauty you'll like the other.
While mushishi is not as cute as Girl's last tour. It is just as relaxing. I remember when I watched the show years back that I would put it on before bed and fall asleep to it. I found girl's last tour to be much the same. Here we have characters that simply travel around and live from day to day. I recomend it because if you want a good bedtime story here it is.
While Hakumei is cheerful, outgoing and prefers to be outside, Mikochi is more introverted and prefers to stay indoors. These differences will set the tone for their friendship. Riding on insects and birds, creating tools from the forest and living their normal lives, they'll show us how day to day chores can be the biggest adventure in a small world full of wonders.
Both anime are slow-paced and involved two girls living their life in their world, talking with each other. Nice, relaxing atmosphere in both.
the similarities are not limited to the chibi designs of the characters when it comes to those two shows, both of them are Slice of life Iyashikei shows about girls living in unusual setting.
Yuki Takeya loves her school. She loves it so much, in fact, that she actually lives there! She's part of the "School-Life Club", a group of four girls and their dog who camp out in the club room at night and grow their own food on the school roof. But why is Yuki the only one who still attends classes? And why doesn't anyone ever have the urge to go home?
Both shows are slice of life anime that attempt to deal with a more serious and mature subject matter, with Shoujo Shuumatsu being more focused on it's story and lore, while Gakkougurashi places emphasis on it's characters.
Both revolve around moe-looking characters trying to survive in a dying (or already dead) world... a slice of near death sort of shows.
In a desolate world filled with ruined buildings, giant mechanical bugs and a sea of poisonous red fog that blankets the land, a band of sisters travels from island to island. The girls are aided by the power of Kemurikusa, mysterious glowing leaves that their plant Midori produces, but the water they need to keep themselves and Midori alive is getting difficult to find. When they encounter a man who has lost his memory on their travels, they are suspicious of the fact that his body chemistry is nothing like their own; but their new companion is fascinated with Kemurikusa and ends up joining them on their quest for survival. What awaits them in this strange world?
Do you like stories about girls wandering through a strange, ruined world? Then Girls' Last Tour and Kemurikusa are the shows for you. Kemurikusa has more action, while Girls' Last Tour is more philosophical.
girls on a road trip through post apocalyptic wasteland. both play on contrast between cutesy chara designs and melancholical setting.
The story is set in Japan after a "Rusting Wind" has coroded everything. People live in fear of the rust that corrodes cities and life in general. A boy named Bisco Akaboshi from the despised Mushroom Guardian tribe embarks on a journey to obtain the "Rust-Eating" mushroom — a miracle drug that purifies all rust — to save his dying teacher. During his journey, Bisco encounters Miro Nekoyanagi, a good-looking young doctor at Imihama, and together they search for a countermeasure against the rust consuming Miro's beloved big sister.
Quite different in tone and story, but both have a duo traveling through an apocalyptic world, so if you like that sort of adventure/survival aspect you may enjoy the other.
Both anime about a duo group having adventure in a half-destroyed world.
Girls' last tour is two girls with a sad mood while sabikui is two boys with fighting element.
In a dark future, the world is in ruin and everything is slowly crumbling away into dust. Humanity is almost extinct, while robots desperately seek out new parts to replace their rusting bodies. Their only hope for survival is to devour the one known as Casshern… or so they believe. Meanwhile, Casshern himself has lost all memory of his past. Why are these robots attacking him? Did he really kill the one known as Luna; the Sun that was called Moon? And why is he, alone, unaffected and undamaged by the ruin?
Nadeshiko, a high school student who had moved from Shizuoka to Yamanashi, decides to see the famous, 1000 yen-bill-featured Mount Fuji. Even though she manages to bike all the way to Motosu, she's forced to turn back because of worsening weather. Unable to set her eyes on her goal, she faints partway to her destination. When she wakes up, it's night, in a place she's never been before, with no way of knowing how to get home. Nadeshiko is saved when she encounters Rin, a girl who is out camping by herself. This outdoorsy girls story begins with this first encounter between Nadeshiko and Rin.
Despite the vast differences between their worlds and the events within, both of these anime are typically pretty relaxing and fun as we follow their young female leads. Girls' Last Tour is bleaker with more rumination on life, but either can be good for a bit of chill time.