Manabe has gone back to how he was before Kotoura, and Yuriko knows it’s all an act. The ESP Research Society prepares for their first club trip to bring back Kotoura by any means necessary.
Kotoura-san and Manabe-kun
So Happy, So Fun
In This World, I...
It's Not a Date
Everyone is Around Me
But You're Not Here
Stand By Me
The Things I Want to Tell You
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Ryuuji Takasu has an eventful life: his classmates think he's a delinquent due to his 'killer' eyes; his crush Minori seems ever out of reach; and he’s just had an unfortunate encounter with 'palm-sized Taiga' – a feisty and dainty wench in his class. With different cleaning habits and tempers, the two clash like night and day; that is, except for...
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Toradora! and Kotoura-san both involve tense romantic feelings in a typical school setting. They both have deep and somewhat dark, meaningful subplots intermixed with comedic elements. There's also the element of the social outcast finding their place amongst new found friends in both. Both are touching, romantic, and funny, with Kotoura-san having an extra element of interest with the main character's psychic ability.
Although Kotoura has a bit more fantasy than Toradora, at the root of both anime is a story about a black sheep who finds themselves having to adapt to a new situation- new friends, enemies, and love! Toradora has a larger cast and more black sheep than Kotoura-San, but if you liked one, you should like the other. Both are full of sweet romances that you just have to cheer for, little touches of humor, and a whole lot of drama!
Both shows look on the surface to be your typical moe harem type anime, but you realize very quickly that there is something much deeper going on. While they both have plenty of light and fluffy moments, they are much more real and complicated than the typical shows in this genre. Both shows are about being an outcast and the challenges that comes with it, and how a single friend can change everything. If you're looking for a slice of life/school life show but want something with more substance than usual, these shows are both great.
Yuki Takeya loves her school. She loves it so much, in fact, that she actually lives there! She's part of the "School-Life Club", a group of four girls and their dog who camp out in the club room at night and grow their own food on the school roof. But why is Yuki the only one who still attends classes? And why doesn't anyone...
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The main similarity between these anime is the main characters. Both are moe, spacey girls with some sort of ability. They even look somewhat similar in design. In Gakkou Gurashi we see the main character's ability to remain sane in an apocolyptic world, while in Kotoura-San we see a girl struggling to cope with her psychic powers. The interactions between the secondary characters is also similar between these titles, and both take place mainly within school grounds, too. Ultimately they have similar feels.
They are both psychological traps flavored with moe. They are each a good watch and their feeling is somewhat similar, but each one is unique for it's owns reasons.
Gingitsune: Messenger Fox of the Gods follows the everyday life of Makoto Saeki, who is the 15th successor to her family’s shrine. As a result, Makoto is able to see Gintaro, a messenger of the gods who is the spirit of a sacred silver fox and has lived at the shrine for over 350 years. As a messenger of the gods, Gintaro has the ability to see...
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Both shows are about a rather misfit highschooler that has something that separates her from her peers: in Gingitsune it's the fact that she can see deities, and in Kotoura-san the eponymous protagonist can read minds.
Both shows have their fair share of drama and comedy, rooted firmly in the daily lives of the characters. Fans of one might want to consider watching the other series.