Souta calls Nakajima out, saying he needs to ask him for a favor. Buttering his longtime friend up with some bone-in chicken, he asks Nakajima to go with him to shoot a video for a class reunion. The two return to their old high school, talk with a teacher they used to have makeup lessons with, and end up reminiscing about the good old days. Souta reveals that he accepted the video project because, after leaving for Tokyo caused him to lose touch with the people of his hometown, he wants to revitalize that connection however he can. That evening, it’s Nakajima’s turn to ask Souta for a favor: to go with him to visit his father, who’s been hurt badly...
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Having lost his wife, math teacher Kouhei Inuzuka is doing his best to raise his young daughter Tsumugi as a single father. He's pretty bad at cooking and doesn't have a huge appetite to begin with, but chance brings his little family and one of his students, Kotori Iida, together for homemade adventures. With those three cooks in the...
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Two laid-back anime series about a man, an adorably cute little child and making food at a restaurant.
A one-two combo of stupidly adorable blonde kids, and their salaryman dads...also, one is magic.
Ya I totally agree to this since it is both careing and there is food and the support from the people near
When calligrapher Sei "Seishuu" Handa becomes so enraged at a judge's critique of his work that he actually punches the old man, his father decides that Sei needs to reflect on his behavior and sends him to a remote island to live. Far from the modern conveniences of the city, the moody artist must adapt to his rural environment and his quirky...
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Both have a single man who goes to the countryside and finds himself while dealing with an adorable little tyke who shakes things up.
Both follow a slightly finicky man struggling with their future/jobs and how they gain happiness from the simple influence of a child. Barakamon has the MC struggling with inspiration as in calligraphy, while in Poco the MC is a web designer contemplating whether to move from Tokyo and if he should keep his job or not.
In Barakamon it's an adorable but mischievous little girl, and in Poco's in a sweet/pure melt-your-heart boy.
If you like shows where the MC kindly takes care of little children and worries about them in a cute manner, while also resolving a few slice of life problems, you will most likely find both of these shows likeable.
Both feature a man from Tokyo trying to find themselves, and going to stay out on the islands. Both feature a cute kid who shows them a different view on life and helps them find their way again. Great artwork, acting and storylines. Nice paced slice of life.
When Daikichi's grandfather dies he leaves behind a young daughter named Rin. However, as most of the family is embarrassed at the idea of a 79-year-old man having a six-year-old child, they can't seem to figure out what to do with her. Disgusted by this behavior, Daikichi decides to take care of her himself, but he's a bachelor, has no idea how to raise a...
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The message is slightly different between these two slice-of-life animes, but it still contains the same premise of an adult with no parenting experience who decides to adopt a young child.
Both of these shows are about a single man who, through very unsual circustances, decides to take in a young child. The man struggles and sacrifices as he learns to love, care for, and provide for the child. The relationship between the father figure and the child is crazy adorable, super sweet, and heartwarming. If you liked one show you will definitely like the other.
It has the same feel, there's a guy who takes in a small child. The anime is about the struggles and happiness of raising a child.