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When the girls in the literature club ask themselves, “What do you want to do before you die?” one of them gives a most surprising response. Now they're all preoccupied (for better or for worse) by their friend's unexpected answer! Soon each of these very different young women find themselves propelled along the uncertain road to adulthood, their emotional journeys taking them down paths as surprising as their friend's unconventional wish.
Both of these anime break away from the typical anime romance where they don't talk about sex at all or the finer points beyond being afraid to confess. They tackle all the embarassing issues of adolescents becoming interested in the opposite sex in such a relatable, heart-wrenching way and they both do it with a variety of characters going through a variety of feelings so it makes sure to cover them all. In O Maidens the characters all interact with each other and their friendship is also a big part of the plot and drama where as in Tsuredure Children they are isolated pairs of kids that the show switches between, but watching the progress feels similar.
romantic comedies withe different couples
they both have romance (obvs) and cute couples! O Maidens in Your Savage Season explores a whole nother level of the young desires and understanding from the adult world!! its really good if you want to go on something a little more complex!
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.
Same basic format, little warm slices of relationships between couples with low amounts of dialog, does show vs tell well.
Both anime show a wide range of relationship types and investigates how they function as a couple, developing through interactions in short skit like segments. Even though Tsurezure Children has longer episodes and revisits the couples brought up, both this show and Honobono Log feature similar ideas about relationships. They also both include the romance and comedy aspects as the main part of these series. So if you want something short and liked one of these, you should check out the other xx
"I swear I'm going to tease and embarrass Takagi-san today!" Nishikata, a middle-schooler, keeps getting teased by the girl who sits next to him in class, Takagi-san. He tries every day to get back at her, but will he ever succeed? Takagi-san and Nishikata's youthful teasing battle starts now!
They both have young people in romantic yet quirky situations that are awkward, but entertaining. Both strangely endearing though weird.
each chapter/episode are short little events that happen between each couple for tsurezure children and between takagi and nishikata.
After getting dumped on Christmas day, high school boy and hopeless romantic Natsuki Hashiba crosses paths with Anna, an aloof girl in a Santa outfit passing out tissues. For him it’s love at first sight, for her… not so much. With help from his best friends—a playboy, an otaku, and a nice guy with a sadistic streak—Natsuki sets out to win Anna’s heart and heal his own heartbreak along the way.
In Nijiiro days, we can see four boys who are frieds have different personalities and love interests. In Tsuredure children we can see that too. Both are comedic, romantic and very much enjoyable. And both are short episoded too.
Both have multiple focused couples in the show and have short episodes. Some of the characters were alike in a way also, and the couples' relationships were alike too.
Yuuki Hase, a high school boy, is concerned about a girl of his classmate, Kaori Fujimiya. She always stays alone and never tries to become close friends with anyone. Given half a chance one day, it seems that Yuuki and Kaori become to have a good relationship that they begin to eat lunch together. Although they enjoy having conversations, Kaori, strangely enough, keeps denying their friendship. On that Friday, she confesses, “I have memory disorder. My memories disappear within one week...."
Two anime revolving around the romances of young people, they are both quite slow paced (with the episodic nature of Tsuredure children the development between each couple is quite slow) but still are enjoyable. They both feature the development of a couple from just being friends into becoming a romantic couple. However, some of the themes presented in the two are slightly different from one another whereas one focuses more on the 'illness' of one of the characters and the struggles that entail whereas Tsuredure Children looks at the struggles of communication and simple relationships that occur for these high school students. So if you enjoyed the slow paced relationships and interesting characters in one of these anime you might want to check out the other.
First year high school students Haruki Mishima and Toure Honda are looking forward to their new school life. Meanwhile Nasa Sanagi, sole member of the cooking research club, continues with his club activities from middle school, striving to work on the theme that his adviser laid out for him. Second year student Natsu Asumi, although he matured a little since the height of his impudence during his first year, has nevertheless chosen to remain alone this year. Third year students Mikado Nakajima and Masamuna Sakurakoji watch over him with a smile. All of them will pay the nearby convenience store a visit after school.
Chiyo Sakura, a high school girl who fell in love with the unrefined boy schoolmate Umetaro Nozaki, decides to be courageous one day and asks him out. Her feelings weren't conveyed properly, and before she knew it she ends up helping a particular job of his as an assistant... The series is a shojo manga boy comedy which centers around Nozaki, a high school boy that is a popular shojo manga artist, and has a story woven by very individualistic characters.
This is the last time I’m going to practice… Natsuki Enomoto, a third-year student at Sakuragaoka High School, has feelings of unrequited love for her childhood friend, Yuu Setoguchi. Unable to be true to her own feelings, Natsuki tells Yuu that she is merely using him as a stand-in to practice confessing her love to. As Natsuki continues to pretend not having any feelings for Yuu, her classmate Koyuki Ayase asks her out on a date. Will Natsuki ever be able to stop “practicing” and actually confess her love to Yuu?
Want a romance from different points of view? Both Tsurezure Children and I've Always Liked You give you just that.
They are both about mulitple couples in high school trying (or succeeding) at getting together and how they handle their awkward feelings.
Morioka Moriko (♀) is 30, single, and a NEET. She has dropped out of the real world. Searching for a safe place, the place she ended up... is the online world!! In this online game, Moriko starts a new life as a handsome young man with silky hair named Hayashi. However, she’s an obvious noob and ends up dying numerous times when a lovely girl named “Lily” lends her a helping hand. Meanwhile IRL, she ends up having a shocking encounter with a mysterious handsome salaryman named Sakurai Yuta. After meeting him, the real world starts to change and starts affecting her online world as well?!
Follows a pair of siblings – a younger sister who is violent, Shi Miao, and her idiot of an older brother, Shi Fen as they deal the everyday life of food, school, and love.
If you enjoy one, I'm pretty sure you'll enjoy the other.