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Kimi ni Todoke - From Me To You Episode 9 - New Friends

Kurumi decides to become friends with Sawako in order to get closer to Kazehaya, herself. Ayane and Chizuru are suspicious of this eternally-cheerful girl.

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Prologue

Episode 1

Prologue

Seat Shuffling

Episode 2

Seat Shuffling

After School

Episode 3

After School

Rumors

Episode 4

Rumors

Resolution

Episode 5

Resolution

Friends

Episode 6

Friends

Saturday Night

Episode 7

Saturday Night

Practicing on My Own

Episode 8

Practicing on My Own

New Friends

Episode 9

New Friends

Support

Episode 10

Support

Special

Episode 11

Special

Romance

Episode 12

Romance

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Noriko Noriko says

These two shows are very very similar!

And both are great so if you like high school romance anime, these two titles are for you ^^

AzureMoon AzureMoon says

When I watched Blue Spring Ride I got the same kind of feeling as when I watched Kimi ni Todoke. Both have likeable main characters and of course drama and romance. They both touch my heart and make me cry at times. I think if you liked one you will surely like the other.

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Ryuuji and Sawako, the two lead characters of each series, are fairly similar. Ryuuji, from Totadora!, terrifies classmates because of his eyes that look like they belong to a killer. Sawako, from Kimi ni Todoke, reminds her classmates of the girl from 'The Ring'. Both characters are far gentler than what their appearance causes others to think about them. At least early on in each series, other classmates tend to run from the lead character in terror, or at least try to avoid them. They both have a classmate of the opposite sex that treats them the same as everyone else, however.

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Light-hearted, sponteanous and innocent boy against quiet antisocial heroine. Kaibutsu-kun is kind of a delinquent compared to Kazehaya-kun. But They both are true to their hearts and awesomely honest.

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dorkopatamus dorkopatamus says

This is the first show that came to mind for me.  Sawako and Haru are both characters who are outcasted and feared by their peers but want desperatly to make friends. All of the characters in both shows are as sweet as they are awkward, and often have trouble communicating. However, where as most of the misunderstandings in Tonari no Kaibutsu arise from their blunt, egocentric, overzealous all or nothing attitudes- the problems in Kimi ni Todoke stem from their insecurities and inability to openly state what they want. Essentially, these shows are both the same love story but with two couples who represent completely different approaches and understandings of life.