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School Days... I new a guy...
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Potentsaliva wrote:

School Days... I new a guy...


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Sakura Quest


Oh damn, good one. Very endearing, but also believable, especially during those times when the hard work that Yoshi and her team put in doesn't pay off and hard lessons are learned.

It's a very good, satisfying show with well-realized characters. Kinda kicking myself for not thinking of it.
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memnalar wrote:


iashakezula wrote:
Another anime with music that had a bit of realism was Kids on the Slope.http://www.crunchyroll.com/kids-on-the-slopeIts a coming of age type of title and a drama.


Just started watching this on a whim, and it's absolute gold so far.

Yeah, that show was excellent and the voice acting was very well done. Its one of those shows that you can recommend to your non anime friends who are into jazz.

I'll check Nitaboh , as another suggested.
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Oh, I forgot Our Love has Always Been 10 Centimetres Apart (though I'm only in the beginning of it, so not entirely sure it fits). Seems to so far though!
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Please Tell Me! Galko-chan is more realistic than most people will ever want to admit.
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Personally for me honey and clover felt more realistic, especially season one ending as I was in the same place at the end of Uni
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There are a number of shows that are pretty close to real life. One in particular that stands out is Silver Spoon, and this was created directly from Hiromu Arakawa's experience growing up in the countryside and doesn't do anything that isn't out of the norm for an aggie. That's a show where it's all about the realism that makes it so great.
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My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU. I would say that show is one of the most realistic and relatable anime series I've ever seen. Minus maybe the characters of Toutska (the trap) and Zaimokuza (the overly dramatic, chuunibyou guy), all of the characters act realistically. A very genuine and compelling coming of age story in my opinion.

Also, Yui is best girl...just saying.
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"Welcome to the NHK" is one that really gave a scary realism because it even touched upon the subject of suicide. and not for a little bit but for like 6 or 8 episodes. it gave you this whole series of events where the protagonist would consider it or other characters too. There were other episodes that included large amounts of debt. sacrificing your education to take care of someone you love, and trying to find an easy and simple way to fix your life. By the end of the series I felt like I had watched a real life movie than an animated shoe, like a documentary of the life of a 20 year old college drop out. Life is cruel in the end this anime didn't hold back to tell you that


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Hanasaku Iroha, finished watching it a while ago, but it immediately popped into my mind.
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Space Brothers has always had a spot in my top 3 ever since I watched it (and then moved on to the manga after the anime adaption finished airing).
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Tsuki ga Kirei. I can't believe it hasn't been mentioned.
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