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Kashiwagi Sora is living a normal high school student life, when his "adventurer" father sends him a mummy from his travels in Egypt! Sora balks at the letter from his crazy dad ("I found a cool mummy, so I decided to leave it with you, son!") at first, but the mummy that emerges from inside the huge coffin is a mere 12 centimeters tall--small enough to fit in the palm of his hand... Not only that, it's shy, a crybaby, and most of all, heckin' cute. And so, Sora and ends up keeping the mummy, naming his new little buddy "Mii-kun." But living with a mummy might be easier said than done...!
Both give focus to cute characters and their antics, but also explore themes like conflict resolution and emotional reflection.
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Both of these animes have someone taking care of another. They're both beautiful animes about friendship and family! Both of the main characters are responsible and hard working, and that another thing that makes these anime alike.
Both have similar concepts and the characters are similiar on the protective side. The (best)friends also have a similar vibe. And you will get cuteness overload from both shows.
they are very simuler And give me the same vibe ... am typing thsi becuse I need a minimun of 100 letters so =)
These are both incredibly cute- in character design and in plot. They are both relaxing, and have a focus on emotional maturing, relationships, communicating, and characters helping one another. They're both kept generally light with frequent comedy elements. If you like sweet anime, either will be wonderful for you- though they might be a tad saccharine for some people.
Its really interesting and cute!
And in a way its humorous too.
They had some rough patches here and there but its all good :)
Both anime are cute, lighthearted, and easy to get lost in. They show the main protagonist caring for their little ones while healing from issues/heartache of the past.
Bother of these are adorably wholesome! A group of friends bonding over the care of others, and finding new friends along the way.
Both shows are mainly focused on cute character moments with children/cute creatures. Relaxing tone for the most part in both shows as well as very caring and kind protagonists.
Both animes are very cute and fill you with a sense of satisfaction after each episode. Because of the intersting and original idea for the animes it makes for an interesting experience seeing how the characters act and handle the problems at hand. Whats even better is the protagonist in both animes are very kind so it allows them to make friends easy (a plus is that they are very likable characters)
Tsuchida has just started working at the Hanamaru Kindergaten, and, as the first and only male teacher at the school, he’s particularly nervous. Unfortunately his first day doesn’t go quite as smoothly as planned as not only does Tsuchida turn up late, but then a small girl named Anzu claims that he hit on her in front of all the parents! Though he manages to initially clear up the misunderstanding, at the beginning of his second day, Anzu proclaims that she will be his bride and that her mother, Tsuchida’s senior in high school, is supporting them all the way! Now as Tsuchida attempts to become the best teacher he can be, he must also try and quell the rumors that he is dating Anzu, and maybe win the heart of the beautiful and kind, yet ultimately clueless, Yamamoto-sensei…
Both shows are sweet and cute comedies about childcare. The children are typically around 4-5, and are literally knee-high. Gakuen Babysitters involves a high school student taking care of his little brother after the death of their parents. While there are some serious and sad moments when this is addressed, the series is a comedy overall, and laughs abound. Hanamaru Youchien is about a young man who becomes a teacher at a kindergarten to meet female teachers. (It's not a harem show.) Once there, one of his students thinks he was flirting with her (he wasn't) and believes that she's fallen in love with him. Comedy abounds as he tries to tell the young girl that 15-20 years is too much of an age gap without breaking her little heart.
Both are stupidly adorable shows about stupidly adorable toddlers doing stupidly adorable stuff in daycare.
You like one, you'll like the other.
both have a very simular storyline, I'd recommend ether of them if you like adorable babysitter animes
Two months ago, 10-year-old Takuya’s mother was tragically killed, leaving the boy, his baby brother Minoru, and his father behind. With his father working to support the family, raising Minoru becomes Takuya’s responsibility, even though the boy is just a child himself. And with having to clean, do laundry, pick up Minoru from daycare and to try constantly to stop his sibling from crying, Takuya constantly changes between loving his relative and resenting him. Still, he’ll try his best to be a caring big brother to Minoru, as his mother would have wanted it that way.
They both talk about a boy who is still a student taking care of his own little brother all alone in the absence of his parents until he loses them in an unfortunate accident. He also has a friend at school who has a brother with the same age as his younger brother. Most of the events placed in the nursery and taking care of children. A story that revolve around comedy and drama.
Both anime deal with an older brother taking care of their younger brother while trying to balance their school life.
Gakuen Babysitters is far more lighthearted (especially the anime), while Aka-chan to Boku does have quite a few serious and heavy (often sad) situations.
30 year-old web designer Souta Tawara takes a leave of absence from his job in Tokyo to return to his hometown and sort out his family's affairs. His recently-deceased father's udon restaurant is now closed, and the house Souta and his sister grew up in stands empty. Ridden with guilt over disappointing his father, Souta is beginning to doubt the choices he's made in life thus far. While trying to figure out how he should move forward, he meets what appears to be a small boy sleeping in one of his father's old kitchen pots, but who turns out to be a shape-shifting tanuki! Cute, playful and full of energy, Souta names him Poco and the two develop a strong bond. But now he faces a conundrum: should he quit his job in Tokyo and remain in the countryside, or will he again leave his childhood home in favor of the big city, leaving Poco all alone?
If you like comfy shows about taking care of adorable little tykes, these cute anime should just right for you!
both are super adorable anime dealing with a guy(s) who go through caring for young children. they both have their own cute, yet sad moments. these are the best child care anime !
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 child, and isn't even all that comfortable with kids! Now, Daikichi must do the normal things a parent does such as enroll her in school, buy her clothing and teach her about the life and world around her. But more importantly, he must also help her deal with her father's death and decide whether or not she should try to find her mother. Together, the two begin their unlikely relationship as father and daughter, navigating each of life's bumps along the way.
Both animes feature children coming to terms with the death of a parent. They also have the same sweet family feeling of being looked after by a guardian. Both are family friendly.
They are both adorable, bittersweet at some moments, and give you this warm feeling after you've finished. I highly recommend both.
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!
I also agree, although the plot's are different. The vibe is similiar in some points of the epsiodes. It's not stressful nor is there to many episodes.
Both shows carry the similar laid back vibe despite their different plots, they are both very cute shows and overall all they're both quite relaxing to watch.
The "apartment comedy with laughs and tears" centers on a 4-year-old boy named Satou Kotarou, who moves next door to Karino Shin, an unsuccessful manga artist. Kotarou has no parents and lives alone. Not only does he seem to earn a living, he actually seems more put together than his own strange neighbors.
Hasegawa Kouta, 17 years old, is a second-year high school student. His days are unremarkable and average when Kouta meets Mizuno Yuu, Yoshino Shunsuke, Nishimiya Ryo, and Minamoto Seiichiro, who are fellow students attending Hijirikawa High School. In an instant, Kouta's average life begins to be awash with sparkling light. A tale of a sparkling youth and his encounter with the Sanrio Boys. Our story begins.
Tohru Honda is a compassionate girl who is down on her luck. Her mother having recently died, she has been forced to camp out in the woods for shelter. However, things start to turn around once she is invited to live with class hunk Yuki Sohma and his family... but all is not as it seems! Yuki's family is burdened with a dark curse which causes them to turn into the animals of the Chinese zodiac once hugged by a member of the opposite sex... and Honda may be the only one who can help them.
This may initially seem as an odd choice as Fruits Basket doesn't contain any toddlers or babies like School Babysitters, but what they do share is a teen protagonist that are resilient and kind and have a healing aura around people.They both posess an optimistic way to look at the conflicts and issues thrown their way making it hard to discourage them.
Fruits Basket does have a more romantic storyline, yet both stories rely on the relationship that the characters share with each other in order to drive the story forward.
Ishiyama High is home to a whole host of delinquents, including Oga, a legendary badass who's downright devilish. One day Oga finds a man floating down a river, after which the man splits open to reveal a baby inside – but it’s no ordinary baby! The cute tot is actually Beelzebub, the future king of the demons! And as Oga is as mean as they come, Beelzebub latches on to its newfound 'father', much to the other demons' dismay. Now, in addition to battling rival gangs and becoming the strongest delinquent around, Oga must buy diapers, comfort and carry around an annoying baby who's more of a devil than he is!
Both anime have kids needing to be handled with care. Although Beelzebub's kid is very extreme and is being handled by a delinquent (and that the baby has special powers because it's dad is basically satin) the relationship between the kid and it's human "parent" grows as they hang out together in a school for delinquents.
School baby sitters is a nice and caring anime about loving kids and their parents and the babysitters if the school. The main character is a homeless/parent-less boy with his little brother who needs to be cared for and so they were taken in by the school principal which thus begins the boy's new life in his new home, school and the new babysitters club!