If you're looking for anime similar to Ojisan and Marshmallow, you might like these titles.
Kaoru is an OL you can find anywhere, serious and works diligently, but her husband is a super otaku and more-or-less a NEET. She is caught up in one of her husband's whims one day or the subject of his concerns another, but the two are so close that it's embarrassing to even watch them!
So based on first impressions I thought of this recommendation, both these series are cute and fluffy and follow the story of adults in their own world. With sorry comedy sketches that just as to the basic story. Also both can easily make you laugh within the 3 or so minute episodes. So I think if you enjoyed one then you should try the other.
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Both of these sketch comedies are pretty much about the same thing. A guy, obsessed with a particular item, is pursued by a seemingly normal woman, even though neither of them really understand each other. With other love interests, drunken conversations, and plenty of odd ball situations, you're sure to have fun with both.
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.
As siblings go, Atsumi and Atsushi are anything but typical. High schooler Atsumi is exceptionally small for her age, and elementary schooler Atsushi is abnormally tall with a deep voice, leading to misunderstandings on both sides! Whether Moriyama-sensei gets embarassed by Atsushi's every move, or Atsumi is offered candy meant for children, or poor Atsushi is arrested for being a perv that’s trying to snatch kids on their way to class, this brother and sister duo is bound to have an eventful day-to-day life!
High schooler Morina Nanase starts work at Trattoria Festa, an Italian restaurant filled with various and sundry quirky characters...and where through its unique cuisine, she will begin to mature as a person.
Both of these anime have 4-minute episodes and I think would be enjoyed by the same people. While the plots are fairly different, they're both very chill comedy shorts that are perfect for relaxing with or to waste time on. If you enjoy anime with short episodes, I recommend both of these titles.
Takahashi is transferred to a main anchor of a news program, which is known for being a little...weird. This is a comedy about somewhat ridiculous happenings occurring at a broadcasting station.
Narumi Momose has had it rough: every boyfriend she’s had dumped her once they found out she was an otaku, so she’s gone to great lengths to hide it. When a chance meeting at her new job with childhood friend, fellow otaku, and now coworker Hirotaka Nifuji almost gets her secret outed at work, she comes up with a plan to make sure he never speaks up. But he comes up with a counter-proposal: why doesn’t she just date him instead? In love, there are no save points.
Aoi Tokura is having a rough day. He’s used to being mistaken for a girl, but it’s even worse when a captivating stranger on the train calls him a creeper for staring a little too long. Aoi’s soaked by a sudden rainstorm and takes shelter at Rainy Color, a cozy café where the warmth of the staff compliments the sweet hot cocoa he’s served. When he falls into a job at the café he feels like things are finally looking up— until Keiichi Iwase, the man he couldn’t help but stare at on the train, shows up. Did this day just get worse, or better?
Souji, whose nickname is Mop is kind but extremely timid. He starts his first job at the neighborhood yakiniku shop Sengoku where he struggles and grows together will his unique coworkers at the shop.
The girls' division at the Popuu Company has just hired a new part time worker: the cute and energetic Yutori-chan. Unfortunately, despite the reserved Tsumikomi’s best efforts to mold the new recruit into the perfect worker, the bright-eyed teenager’s complete lack of common sense means that she’s anything but! By refusing to help anyone struggling with their own workload unless explicitly asked, answering the phone during a lecture from her boss, and revealing personal information about her co-workers, Yutori won’t win employee of the month any time soon, but she certainly makes the office a far more interesting place to work.