Spice & Wolf season 1 (season 2 becomes a bit mroe intense but ti's still amazing)
yuru yuri (basically any sol for that matter)
the case of hana and alice
Sounds nice, I'll check this out.
I just finished re-watching it. Light and fluffy comedy with a melancholic barb in the undertone, that makes you all nostalgic about things you never experienced.
Laid back random/nonsense comedy with artistic visualization of mundane events, slicest-of-lifest plot and lovable characters. It hits a similar spot as the first mentioned work.
Watch the cute shinigami Momo doing her work. All stories are about dying, making this show more serious than the other two. Anyways the pace is slow and the opening makes me chill the fuck out.
In this show everyone seems to be already dead, so no worries :-) It features depiction of rural life, some mystery elements and is overall as slow-paced as the other ones. I also like the soundtrack.
It's really not.http://nyanpass.com/
Check out Amanchu! which is slice of life diving anime. I could put up some webm's of comfy but really the whole episodes are comfy all the way through.
sudo apt-get install fonts-noto-cjk
Adding on to this, all of Amano Kozue's work is in the same vein. Most notably Aria, of course.
Mushishi, it's about a shaman-like man wandering in japan countryside to help people dealing with natural spirit entities troubling their life. It's a peaceful chinese cartoon
I'm near the last episode. The cartoon is actually about a dude who smokes weed and tells people stories of invisible monsters. Then he eats their food and sleeps in their houses. The MC is the greatest conman of animu history.
YKK is one of my favorite anime/manga the whole coffee shop in the middle of nowhere feel is max comfy. I also really like how they don't play up the post apocalyptic angle. It's a really good read.
Haibane Renmei is another great show from most of the staff that made Lain, it's about these people called Haibane who have wings and halos who live in this quiet town surrounded by a huge wall. It has a lot if cool mysticism about it too with the wall having magic powers and the Haibane growing from seeds. It's a really comfy show and I highly recommend it.
Came to this thread to say mushishi. Extremely slow and atmospheric.
Same, three sentences and I couldn't read it properly.
Samurai X has some really confy vibes if you can't handle the dramatic aspects.
Lain is confy in some regards, but not in a common way.
Seconding Kino, it's pretty atmospheric and very comfy, kinda like a darker aria, which i would also reccomend
Just watched this for the first time yesterday, came into this thread to recommend it. Instantly joined my top 10, I have no clue why no one talks about it much.
Just watched this and came back to say thank you this was incredible.
there's gonna be a bonus episode in the april bluray release!
For some of the ultimate comfort on the planet, Heidi of the Alps, or "Alps no shojou Heidi" is god tier. Handpainted everything, lots of animals and bugs, flowers, trees, and relaxing gusts of wind that really make you feel like you're on the mountain top. I love it. It's an older anime, but it holds up beautifully.
Ah man, this brings back the memories. I used to watch this series in my childhood. Hnnng, so much nostalgia!
lol I used to watch that with my mom when I was young.
Here's a few comfy short anime that I enjoyed:https://myanimelist.net/anime/5365/Tsumiki_no_Ie
: (pic related) a short film about a man who constantly has to build his house another layer higher due to rising sea levels.https://myanimelist.net/anime/1205/Aru_Tabibito_no_Nikki
: By the same director of Tsumiki no Ie. A few short episodes about a traveler. Similar to Kino's Journeyhttps://myanimelist.net/anime/1004/Kanojo_to_Kanojo_no_Neko
: An anime about the relationship between a cat and its owner.
IIRC there are some minor differences between the two, and the series does not have the end credits sequence of the movie.
Oh yea, I watched it because of that cover, the anime jazz albums are great.
The movie on the other hand is nonsense. Comfy nonsense, but nonsense nonetheless. Maybe I missed something essential from the series.
Yeah, I've heard bad things about the films. I'm really enjoying the series, so I assume it's the way to go.
Have you seen Sakamichi no Apollon? Highly recommend it for a couple of comfy autumn evenings.>>372
What's with this rock cd thing? This isn't the first time I see it.
>>373>Sakamichi no Apollon
+1 for this
i really liked flip flappers
and he was never heard from again.
the anime bartender was pretty comfy
Hakumei to Mikochi is wonderful.
Tamayura is probably the comfiest anime I've seen. I just recently finished Blend S, which I felt was pretty comfy. GochiUsa comes to mind as well. Lots of slice-of-life stuff would fit, I think. Can also agree with the Nichijou and Chuunibyou recommendations.