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At first glance Yukishiro Nanako seems like a normal high school girl, but she has a notable eccentricity: instead of speaking, she communicates only through written senryu poetry! This means she expresses herself only in 5-7-5 syllables. To most this might seem like an inconvenience, but for Nanako and her ex-delinquent bestie, Busujima Eiji, it adds to the experience of their high school lives as they run the Literature Club.
Do you like shows about an adorably awkward girl and her dour looking blonde pal? Boy then will you enjoy one if you liked the other.
Two very adorable shows that follow an array of colourful characters to overcome personal obsticles. These shows follow a quiet girl and her wide range of friends, including a blonde haired delinquent looking friend, and how they progress pass the challenges they face. Both are very easygoing shows that were fun to watch and pass the time away with. So if you enjoyed one you should enjoy the other.
Adapted from the popular web manga series published by Square Enix, this unconventional, surrealist comedy follows an exhausted high school boy who, despite multiple attempts from his friends, still manages to spectacularly… sleep. Much to the chagrin of the energetic (at times bossy) Ohta, Tanaka is often found in a blissful state of lethargy, possessing the ability to doze off in any situation, especially in mid-sentence!
Both of these comfy school life shows feature a main character with a peculiar quirk: Bocchi has trouble with social situations due to her extreme anxiety, while Tanaka can't seem to stay awake for them.
both very cute school life animes, both have a nice softness to them that make them so lovceable
Tomoko Kuroki is eager to begin her new, glamorous, and romantic high school life where she’ll surely become popular and have all the guys vying for her affections. Her plan is sure to succeed, having prepared vigorously by already dating 100 guys... who happen to be video game characters! But when months pass and she can’t seem to get anyone’s attention, let alone talk to them due to her crippling social anxiety, Tomoko’s grandiose dreams turn to shambles! Will she ever be able to have a normal school life?
Both the Main Protagonist are anti-social. It also contains a similar story line like the Protagonist trying to make friends. Watamote is more extreme but Hitoribocchi is more of a light hearted anime but both are similar.
Yuki Kurihara has finally been granted her wish of dating her crush Momo. At first glance, she just looks like a normal but very cute girl. However, she is in fact a maniac over Momo, taking notes of his activities and never missing the chance to see him in a cute moment. Momo, on the other hand, is inexperienced in love, and just wants to make Yuki happy.
Ten-year-old genius Chiyo, animal-loving Sakaki, loudmouth Tomo, athletic Kagura, weight-conscious Yomi and dim-witted Osaka are six friends who share laughs, good times, and a high school homeroom. With scary (and sometimes perverted) teachers, school festivals, penguin suits and general hilarity abounding, you can be sure that there's never a dull day in the life of one of these students!
Hina Tsurugi is a first-year student who moves to a town by the sea. While Tsurugi is more of an “indoor kid” who enjoys things like arts and crafts, she is suddenly thrown into the world of fishing when an older student, Yuuki Kuroiwa, invites her to be a part of the school’s fishing club.
Both shows are comedy focused CGDCT (Cute Girls Doing Cute Things) that are light hearted and fun with a timid protagonist that makes new friends and we see their new dinamics and hijinks.
Breakwater is more adult and focused on an a fishing club, while Hitoribocchi is purely about making new friends and is more kid friendly.
Both shows have a soft pastel color palette and have decent low-key soundtrack.
When Hotaru transfers from a school in bustling Tokyo to a tiny school in a quiet country village, she’s in for a big adjustment. Although her new school only has five students, there's something about the laidback lifestyle that makes her feel right at home. It's a big change from the big city, but there are still plenty of new adventures to look forward to with her quirky new friends as Hotaru learns that “home” really is where the heart is.
Both of these series follow a group of girls in their every day life, focusing mainly on themes of friendship and school life; while also dealing with themes of change and adapting to new environments; with Non Non Biyori having a rather more subtle approach to this than Bocchi.
Also, these series have some of the most adorable and relatable characters I've seen, the group dynamic and their occurrences are similar in both shows which make them both a very enjoyable and relaxing experience.
If you liked Bocchi, you'll probably like the characters in Non Non Biyori.
Between unspoken and unrequited love, mysterious happenstance, and the day-to-day affairs of a busy market, life is rarely dull in the Bunny Mountain Shopping Village - especially after Tamako, the happy-go-lucky mochi-maker's daughter, finds a talking exotic bird on a mission! Having traveled a great distance, the creature now seeks a worthy bride for his land's prince - but where in this corner of rural Japan can such a thing be found? Already busy trying to keep the shopping district alive and hanging out with her friends in Baton Club, Tamako can't afford to be distracted by the plucky bird - yet the scoundrel seems to have taken a liking to her and keeps following her around! How will Tamako cope with this visitor intruding on her life?
Both types of iyashikei with of number of cute girls doing with girls whant to do, girls of any age good or bad in general, i think is similar type thing that mosty involved girl type thing or something, but a number of occations it's just a relaxing anime.
Mayu learned everything she knows about manners from her mother, such as letting others finish their sentences before responding and to clearly articulate your thoughts. Unfortunately for Mayu, this advice is difficult to follow when your friends are a bunch of talkative high school girls, and has left everyone thinking she's overly quiet and shy instead! With good friends such as chatty Miki and shy Hana beside her, Mayu will silently navigate her high school life and have plenty of fun in the process!