Tabi Machi Late Show - Recommendations

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Honobono Log

Honobono Log

Based on Naka Fukamachi's illustration book, Fukamachi Naka Gashou Honobono Log ~Taisetsu na Kimi e~.  The anime offers hearwarming peeks at the lives of close couples and families.

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SpanglishJC SpanglishJC says...

Here we have two anime that offer episodic snippets into the everday lives of several characters using a rather pleasing aesthetic.

Honobono Log focuses on relationships between two people whereas Tabi Machi looks at the topic of people moving on.

I'd say that it is likely you'd enjoy one if you liked the other.

FullmetalDragon FullmetalDragon says...

Both Tabi Machi Late Show and Honobono Log are episodic series about people's lives. You don't get very long with any of the characters, but the stories are all very well told and enjoyable.

Nicknames Nicknames says...

Both are short, episodic shows about the daily lives of different characters. They also share the same minimalistic artsyle, so fans of one will like the other too.

ChalamiuS ChalamiuS says...

Both of these are short series where each episode is about another pair (or more) of people. Both of them are also drawn using a very minimalistic artstyle (movement? What's that?)

She and Her Cat: Everything Flows

She and Her Cat: Everything Flows

The anime will portray the life of the girl, a junior college student job hunting while living alone with her pet black cat.

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Taek Taek says...

If you liked the more sentimental episodes of Tabi Machi, then you should definitely check out She and Her Cat: Everything Flows. Both shows have a similar atmosphere to them, and both are capable of plucking at your heartstrings.

Both of them can also be watched in under 40 minutes, 30 if you skip the OP and EDs, but I wouldn't do that, the music in both shows is a nice little addition to the mood of the episodes.

I think that if anyone enjoys either one of these shows, they should get something from the other.

Otona Joshi no Anime Time 2

Otona Joshi no Anime Time 2

Three tales about mature women living in modern day Japan. A wife who starts living with another man. A middle-aged single lady who ponders about the best moments in her life as she is about to go to a school reunion. A mother who has to start working while her family becomes more and more estranged from her.

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snivets snivets says...

If you liked either of these short series with vingettes about someone's life/a moment in someone's life, try the other! They're very similar in terms of story, presentation, and emotional moments. (And don't worry--you don't need to watch the first Otona Joshi to be able to watch Otona Joshi 2).

Seraphim Call

Seraphim Call

In the futuristic city of Neo-Acropolis, eleven girls lead very different lives. Each has a different story to tell shaped by her fears and ambitions, and the small joys and sorrows that make up the formative moments of her life. From a scientific genius who has to face her fear of men, to a young girl who does not want to grow up, to a high school manga author struggling to meet the deadlines, to the intricate relationship between two sisters - the girls come from all walks of life, sharing only the city of Neo-Acropolis, and that mysterious spark that makes their lives so interesting.

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Makura no Danshi

Makura no Danshi

If you are lonely sleeping alone at night, then this show is for you! A first-person anime, each episode features a different boyfriend who sleeps beside the viewer each week. With 12 different personalities and ranging from a stall vendor to a librarian boy, there is surely a boyfriend for every viewer!

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Bouningen Weekend

Bouningen Weekend

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Human Crossing

Human Crossing

There is nothing stranger than life, and modern day Japan quietly watches over the comings and goings of thirteen completely unrelated lives and their stories. From a boxer fighting the scars of his childhood, to a father vying for the attention of his disinterested son, all experience the complex eccentricities and intricacies of relationships. Do memories and experiences really make us a stronger person for the bigger picture, or are most people happy just to sit back and let life pass them by?

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Kowabon

Kowabon

The world is filled with cameras. Their "eyes" have been seeing a world you didn't know existed.

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Super Milk-chan

Super Milk-chan

The rude, crude, selfish Super Milk-chan lives an exciting life with Hanage the slug and gas-passing robot Tetsuko. In addition to watching TV and discussing current events, the trio find themselves frequently mixed up in a variety of missions from the President. Tracking down boys going crazy, stopping drug deals at the amusement park and traversing infinite loops in time are just some of the adventures Milk-chan and her buddies will encounter!

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