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Old 2011-08-13, 12:57   Link #1
animeguru
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Looking for these kind of animes.

Dear Animesuki members,

This qeustion is really for the anime gurus here .

For those who have seen the anime: La Corda D 'oro.

I really like the drawing/art style of this anime.

An anime called Rumbling hearts,fmp has got also the same style.

Im looking for a good romance anime or any other good action/romance anime with the SAME ART/DRAWING style as in la Corda D'oro.

Greetings,
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Old 2011-08-13, 14:02   Link #2
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haveant seen any of those besides FMP. Maybe Kaze No Stigma
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Old 2011-08-13, 14:29   Link #3
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The men are depicted in the "bishounen" or "beautiful boy" style common to many "shoujo" ("girl") anime and manga.

One of my favorites in this style is Saiunkoku Monogatari, a "reverse harem" where there's a primary female character surrounded by a variety of gorgeous men. It's not a modern setting like La Corda d'Oro, though; Saiunkoku takes place in a fantasy Asian empire that appears similar to T'ang China (600-900 BCE).

Another contender is the more recent Hakuouki Shinsengumi Kitan and its sequel Hakuouki: Hekketsu-roku. In these stories the men come from a famous group of samurai known as the Shinsengumi. Their depictions in the anime sadly don't correspond all that well with their actual appearances.

The heroine in both these series is voiced by the excellent Kuwashima Houko. She gets a lot more to work with as Shurrei in Saiunkoku, though.

If you relax your requirement for a show in this art style, I'll also recommend Nodame Cantabile. Though the characters are more conventionally (and realistically) drawn than in La Corda d'Oro, Nodame is also a story about music students, though this time at the college level. It's a wonderful show; I bet you might like it despite its art style.
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I agree with nodame cantabile
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Perhaps you would like currently airing Uta no Prince-sama. I haven't watched it myself, but I think it would fit your liking.
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