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There is a certain restaurant in the first basement level of a multi-tenant building in one corner of a shopping street near the office district. The historical 70-year-old restaurant, marked by a sign with a picture of a cat, is called "Western Cuisine Nekoya." This restaurant looks completely normal through the week, but on Saturdays, it opens in secret exclusively to some very unique guests. During these hours, doors in various areas of a parallel world open to allow customers of many different races and cultures into the restaurant.
Both series have an iyashikei vibe. Clients leave the restaurant happy and fullfiled; also we have the chance to learn their stories. Main difference is the specific of the food (western for Restaurant to Another World and mainly japanesse for Yotsuiro Biyori).
feel-good series with no definite plot line, set in a restaraunt whose owners pour heart and soul into serving good meals for their guests.
They're both very low stakes, cozy slice of life animes centering around food and restaurants and their staff and guests.
Both have the same general premise, a restaurant formed by family-like workers serving guests and bringing them closer together / solving their issues. Yotsurio is much more heart-warming and family oriented while restaurant to another world is a bit more fantasy and self-discovery based.
Both are excellent watches and worth your time.
These anime series are perfect for people who enjoy cooking & the impacts that it has on people's lives simply through the craft & acts of kindness as well. They're adorable & quite wholesome as well. Especially, if you love to visit cafes & restaurants because it's your love language & favorite pass-time as well
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.
Both of these shows have a similar art style and they are both about a group of guys who hang out together all the time. They both have characters who experience a lot of growth and overcoming dificulties they had with themselves and those around them.
both very cute, I'd say they're simular in the slice of life category but other then that thier quite different and both are a good watch ;3
When his new high school's dormitory burns down, Yushi Inaba is left scrambling to find housing that a sixteen year-old orphan can afford. The only place he finds is an old apartment building called Kotobuki-so, where the rent is cheap and the building is... haunted?! A ghostly boy wanders the halls with his dog. The cook is completely invisible except for her hands. And the landlord is a giant youkai, who doesn't like it when the rent is late! The unfazed human residents live right alongside their unearthly neighbors; and now that Yushi has joined their community, his life is about to get much stranger!
These have the same feel to me. Very cozy, slice of life anime with minimal stakes and adorable found family groups.
Both of these show a place where one can eat and enjoy the atmosphere.
Meeting new people and forming friendships is also something that I think is common.
And both are really feel good and lighthearted anime.
Located on a small street near the center of Rome, the Casetta dell'orso is a small yet popular restaurant staffed by a group of older, bespectacled gentlemen. Nicoletta is a twenty-one-year-old woman who has just arrived in Rome to meet with her estranged mother's husband, who owns the restaurant. She intends to inform him that not only was his wife married once before, but also that she is her daughter - a secret her mother desperately wants kept. When she arrives at the restaurant Nicoletta becomes enamoured with Claudio, one of the waiters, and begins to spend more time there. Despite the age gap, Nicoletta finds her feelings towards Claudio growing; and after making a promise to keep her mother's secret, Nicoletta begins working at the restaurant as an apprentice chef. Now she is trying her hardest to become a good cook, but can Nicoletta overcome the difference in age and win the quiet Claudio's heart?
Nagomu Irino returns to his Kyoto home for the first time in ten years when his father is hospitalized. Nagomu is eager to take over Ryokushou, the family's Japanese sweet shop, but he's instead asked to be a father figure to Itsuka Yukihira, the girl everyone calls the successor.
Youko, the daughter of the Rainy Color cafe's owner Kouji Amami, takes over as the acting manager of the cafe.
Second season of Rainy Cocoa.
Aoi Tokura is having a rough day. He’s used to being mistaken for a girl, but it’s even worse when a captivating stranger on the train calls him a creeper for staring a little too long. Aoi’s soaked by a sudden rainstorm and takes shelter at Rainy Color, a cozy café where the warmth of the staff compliments the sweet hot cocoa he’s served. When he falls into a job at the café he feels like things are finally looking up— until Keiichi Iwase, the man he couldn’t help but stare at on the train, shows up. Did this day just get worse, or better?
Cocoa arrives in a new town in spring to start high school. She gets lost and pops into a coffee shop called "Rabbit House", which turns out to be where she will live. All the characters are so cute - tiny but cool Chino, soldierly Lize, gentle and Japanese Chiyo, sophisticated but down-to-earth Sharo. They are joined by Chino's class mates Maya and Megu, and a regular at the shop, Mr. Blue-Mountain Aoyama. Everything is so cute every day at Rabbit House!