The Bon Festival is here, giving Hozuki and the minions some time for fun...and more than enough time to catch the deceased in denial! Later, Hozuki has a nice chat with the Great King Enma.
"Making or Breaking Hell" and "The Discovery of Hell's Mysteries"
"Demons and Underwear and Crabs" and "The State of Hell, and This and That"
"Hakutaku" and "How their discord came to be"
"Pretty boys need love too" and "Kajika Hell"
"The Instrumental Duo of the Mighty Rivals" and "Mental Sports Day"
"Hell Idol: Peach Make" and "The Right Arm Blues"
"Man and Woman and Mortal Hell" \ "Hell-Style Acupunture and Moxibustion Techniques" \ "How-to use the Johari Mirror"
"The Vulgar Battle" and "The 36 Views of Hell"
"The Ultimate Example of Ruin Through Wine and Women" and "Awash with Drunks"
"Dinner of the Ten Kings of the Afterlife" and "Diets are Hell"
"The Samurai Who was Inch High" and "Marsh Sisters on the Mountain"
"Lady Lilith and her Husband" and "Why Monsters are so Widely Spread Throughout the Mundane World of China"
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In Gintoki's Japan, the arrival of the various space races known collectively as the Amanto ended the era of the samurai. The Amanto's highly advanced technology resulted in total conquest and a severe economic shift. Now, former samurai such as Gintoki scrape together whatever livelihood they can. Gintoki's profession of choice is that of a yorozuya: he'll...
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Gintama is far more crazy, but both it and Hoozuki no Reitetsu share a similar style of comedy. They're random, fun, and overall just really silly. Gintama can get a little serious and even sad at times while Hoozuki shows no signs of that, but if you're looking for some good comedy and nonsense, you may want to look here.
Very similar style, animation and humor. Even the main protaginist is very similar to gintoki with a perpetual deadpan expression.
Both series have a very similar comedy style, with fairly ridiculous stuff going on in both. Gintama is probably the more crazy of the two, but both are very entertaining.
Ashiya has spent the first seven days of high school stuck in the infirmary because of a youkai attaching itself to him. He ends up asking the owner of a small tea room called the "Mononokean" for help. Mysterious stories involving the very morose owner of Mononokean guiding the youkai that happened to wander into this world go to the next...
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These interesting and unique shows feature a grumpy main character and the humorous and memorable creatures and characters from the underworld that he deals with.
Both are comedic ways to learn about japanese demons, while both are comedic, mononokean has some touching moments, so if you are simply looking for a laugh it may not be for yout
Both shows heavily feature Japanese mythology, with a very similar vibe despite their fairly different approaches to it. Hozuki no Reitetsu is more comedic than The Morose Mononokean, but both are enjoyable in their own way.
The protagonist is an elementary student girl Kohina Ichimatsu who lives alone. One day she summons a fox spirit named Kokkuri-san by a seance game with the same name. He was first intended to possess her, but instead, he decides to manage the household like her mother. The story revolves around a little strange daily life of them with two more other animal...
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Both episodic and focuses on supernatural themes. I also thought the main characters, and even some side characters, were refreshing in both of these anime, hard working and easily stressed kokkuri to hard working and strict hozuki, overall enjoyable to watch.
Differences would be that Hoozuki no reitetsu took place in mainly non-existent, (or at least as far a we know) places, while though still unrealistic, Gugure was on earth, in Japan. Also, while Gugure is about the daily life and various fetishes of the characters, Hoozuki is more about daily life in the underworld when you work there.
I both found these to be enjoyable comedies (comedy ONLY) that offered some dark humor, and cute characters, with ears, tails, and horns!
both are comedies that have super natural elements and creatures and have characters that are very serious, almost ridiculously so, that abuse the other characters in some ways
Both series are ridiculous comedies that focus on Japanese mythology. Some fairly crazy stuff goes on in both, although I would argue Hozuki no Reitetsu is slighly more crazy.