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Yato, the supposed God of Calamity, is so far down on the Shinto totem pole that he doesn't even have any followers or a shrine to call his own and has to do odd jobs to make ends meet. Worst of all, his aloof and somewhat goofy personality has just cost him his newest partner and best holy weapon. When the down-on-his-luck Yato is saved by an unfortunate soul called Hiyori, he's forced to take on a brand new job - to turn her back into a human and fix her supernatural out-of-body experiences! Can Yato, a Regalia-less, miserly minor god, even attempt such a tall order? And is there more to him than his ridiculousness lets on?
Both shows revolve around a human girl being involved in some madness going over japanese ghosts
Both series involve a human girl somehow getting involved with the supernatural thanks to encountering a dark haired young man in a unusual way. Eventually a young blonde man down the line as well.
Both series also go over Japanese mythology, folk tales, legends, and ghosts.
Both series are shows about people who end up being pulled into the shenanigans of local spirits through circumstance. However, Noragami has a bit more complex plot compared to Hanako and it abandons comedy for some serious moments.
Both are similar in a way with cute guy spirit making cute girl human into their assistant and then having a third guy in the group and being friends and taking on other spirits! Both are amazing and I love the characters and art direction in both
1. They are both amazing 2. They both have a girl who interacts with ghost and fights and stuff
Girl gets attached to a nonhuman-human thingy in some way (in one show, it's a god, in the other it's a ghost). That's already a fun start! Plus both shows are very good in their own ways!
Both series are about a cute girl meeting a "ghost" boy, and as well as having an third guy in the group.
They are also similar about the japanese folks, myths and stories eventhough,the art style is totally different and the way things are represented too.
they both have to do with the supernatural and are really good. also whenever the characters get intense it looks really cool.
Bloodthirsty demons lurk in the woods, and nobody dares to venture out at night, save for the demon slayer of legend. Surviving in this harsh world, young Tanjirou takes it upon himself to protect his family–until the day that everything is taken from him in a vicious slaughter. Now, all he has left is his sister, and she’s not even human anymore.
These animes both have supernatural interactions and fun stories. Tanjiro and Hanako are both trying to beat the evil side even though their both afraid of doing it so. Tsukasa and Muzan both created a source of evil in a violent way.
These two animes have a lot in common which is why I think their a good match up.
Both feature spirits/demons and a fun loving but determined protagonist who cares about their friends/family. Both feature plenty of humor, though Toilet-Bound Hanako-Kun has a lot less action and fighting than Demon Slayer.
On-point art style? Check.
Mystery factor? Check.
Amazing characters? Check.
Easy to obsess over? Check.
Both have a heartlifting episodes and an intresting plot related to demons/ghosts etc. Additionally, as of now, they're both one season animes with as few as 26 episodes.
Kimihiro Watanuki is cursed with the ability to see evil spirits known as Youkai. Due to this power, the Youkai are attracted to him like a magnet, and each time he is close to being devoured. One day, fate drew him to a strange store and there, he met Yuuko, who was dressed in a very exquisite fashion. As destiny would have it, Yuuko has the ability to save Kimihiro from seeing the Youkai, but for a price: Kimihiro must work for Yuuko by performing chores around the store and other odd tasks, until she deems fit. With his "friend" Doumeki, and his secret crush Himawari, they will discover that the world they live in is nowhere close to ordinary!
These two remind me of each other because they both use Japanese folklore. Each episode has a different story of some kind of new spirit the main characters come into contact with.
They both have an eeriness about them; a human assistant helping mystical beings; secrets secrets secrets. XXXHolic is a bit more mature, but Hanako has more heart.
If you want more of a human acting as an assistant to a supernatural creature, with elements of Japanese folklore and spirits in the background, look no further. Though their plots are similar, tonally they can be different with XXXHolic leaning more towards philosophical moments, while Hanako going for comedy. Despite that, fans of one should find enjoyment in the other.
The struggling god Yato, his divine weapon Yukine, and his devotee Hiyori return in this series of Noragami. The history behind Bishamon's grudge against Yato is revealed, while a brewing plot within her cadre of Regalia surfaces. Yato also has a brush with the god of fortune Ebisu, and he finds himself returning to his dark, destructive past.
A young girl getting caught up in supernatural affairs alongside a boy spirit and with similar moods to their stories. Both involve ghosts and action and the pasts of the supernatural boys that the stories revolve around.
Both anime feature a lovable, carefree and supernatural protagonist with an intense desire to protect those they've decided to care for.
Kogarashi Fuyuzora is a "hands on" psychic. Ever since the day he got possessed by an evil ghost, he has been burdened with debt. Needing a cheap room to rent, he winds up at a haunted hot springs inn, Yuragi Inn, where only incredibly beautiful girls reside. Amongst the residents is a ghost, Yuuna, who cannot move on to the spirit world. Despite the resistance from the current tenants that are all girls, Kogarashi manages to start his new life at Yuragi Inn.
Teiichi Niiya is a first year middle-school student at Seikyou Private Academy, an institution known for mysterious occurrences. The boy quickly finds these rumors to be true when he meets Yuuko Kanoe, a beautiful, mischievous girl who quickly takes a liking to him... and happens to be a ghost who seemingly no one else can see! Unable to remember anything about her past, Yuuko enlists Teiichi’s help to discover the truth, and together they join the school's Paranormal Investigation Club. With fellow memebers Momoe and Kirie, the pair will investigate the many strange happenings around campus, including the shadowy circumstances surrounding Yuuko’s death.
Both are animes about ghost, there is a human that can see a ghost just like in Hanako-kun where is nene x Hanako, also there is someone that can see them cuz of their family just like Kou can. There are also rumors.
-Both have human that did something to see the ghosts,Nene called for hanako in tha bathrooms and That guy looked into a mirror
-In Maiden there is a girl that doesn't like the ghost and she wants to get rid of her at the start and can see her thanks to her family tree just like Kou in anime Hanako kun.
The protagonist is an elementary student girl Kohina Ichimatsu who lives alone. One day she summons a fox spirit named Kokkuri-san by a seance game with the same name. He was first intended to possess her, but instead, he decides to manage the household like her mother. The story revolves around a little strange daily life of them with two more other animal spirits, Inugami (dog) and Shigaraki (raccoon dog).
Kagome is a normal high school girl who falls into a well, transporting her back in time to the feudal era. Upon her arrival to this world, she mercifully unleashes Inuyasha, a half demon. As if this isn't enough, she also discovers that she is the bearer of the Shikon no Tama, a jewel of great spiritual power, a jewel which has just shattered into a million shards. Now, along with Miroku the priest, Sango the demon hunter, and Shippo the mischievous fox-demon, they must set out to find the Shikon shards and defeat the evils of the demon Naraku.
if you liked jibaku no hanako-kun, you'd probably like inuyasha or vice versa.
both series have supernatural/romance/action elements, basically with a young girl with spiritual powers and a supernatural fantasy boy from the past. but inuyasha is more adventure oriented, as they go to many different places, wheras hanako-kun is literally a ghost bound to the girls bathrooms in the school, and so everything takes place there, too. but they both go and fight supernatural monsters that cause chaos. if you like one, check the other out!
Narumi Inoue has a problem with the new girl in school. It's not that Hibiki Amami is impolite or a bully… it's just that she sees, speaks with, and befriends ghosts! Now, it's at the point that when Amami's around, Inoue sometimes sees them too, spelling disaster for a girl who's terrified of anything supernatural. However, Amami's genuine kindness makes it hard for Inoue to ignore her, especially when her friends Kyoko, Kana, and Makoto, as well as the other students, have accepted Amami's habit of talking to thin air and walking around invisible obstacles. With gentle coaxing (and the knowledge that her departed grandmother is watching over her), Inoue finds herself immersed in Amami's strange, otherworldly adventures. Fulfilling the last wishes of the dead might not be a normal after-school activity, but at least they'll always know why the ghost crossed to the other side in RE-KAN!
Young Riko has spent her entire childhood dreaming of exploring the Abyss, an enormous pit and series of caves filled with wonders and terrors that only the staunchest Cave Raiders have survived to bring back ancient artifacts from its depths. No one knows just how deep the pit is, but Riko's own mother disappeared into it years ago, leaving her daughter behind with a powerful urge to follow after her and learn the Abyss's mysteries for herself. One day Riko discovers a boy who seems to have originated from the Abyss and appears to be a sort of robot. Can he aid the little girl in her quest to find her missing mother? Or will the children become the Abyss's next victims?