Top 10 Anime Like Do It Yourself!! : Recommendation List

Do It Yourself!! is a recently released slice-of-life anime show. This anime follows a group of high school girls as they face different situations in their lives and attempt to solve them using a variety of do-it-yourself projects. Light-hearted, funny, and entertaining, this anime is the best for uplifting one’s mood. Here are 10 other anime like Do It Yourself!!

Top 10 Anime Like Do It Yourself!!

K-On!

  • Rating: 4/5
  • Author: Kakifly
  • Genre: Comedy, Slice of life 
  • Number of episodes: 39

Yui has no idea which clubs to join when she starts high school. She does, however, unintentionally join the light music club. Yui falls in love with light music and vows to become a world-class guitarist. But here’s the thing: she’s never played an instrument before. Yui redesigns the school’s light music club with the help of a few other girls.

Laid-back Camp

  • Rating: 4/5
  • Author: Afro
  • Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Slice of life 
  • Number of episodes: 25

Nadeshiko, a high school student from Shizuoka who has recently moved to Yamanashi, decides to visit Mount Fuji. Despite biking to Motosu, she is forced to return due to deteriorating weather conditions. She passes out halfway to her destination and awakens with no idea how to get home. When Nadeshiko meets Rin, a lonely camper, she is saved.

Diary Of Our Days At The Breakwater

  • Rating: 3.9/5
  • Author: Yasuyuki Kosaka
  • Genre: Comedy, Slice of life 
  • Number of episodes: 12

Hina Tsurugi is a first-year college student who has moved to a seaside town. Tsurugi is more of an “indoor kid” who enjoys arts and crafts, but when an older student, Yuuki Kuroiwa, invites her to join the school’s fishing club, she is thrust into the world of fishing. Their shenanigans, adventures, and fun begin quickly.

Sketchbook ~full color’s~

  • Rating: 3.8/5
  • Author: Totan Kobako
  • Genre: Comedy, Slice of life, School life 
  • Number of episodes: 13

Kajiwara Sora is a shy girl who loves to draw. She’s a member of the art club at school, even though one of the other members scares her sometimes. She finds drawing things easy enough, but she puzzles over how to capture more fleeting moments. There are things she can draw, and things she can’t draw, and with the help of her friends in the art club, she’s going to experience them all to the fullest.

Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!

  • Rating: 4/5
  • Author: Sumito Oowara
  • Genre: Comedy, School life 
  • Number of episodes: 12

First-year high schooler Midori Asakusa loves anime so much, she insists that “concept is everything” in animation. The producer-type Sayaka Kanamori is the first to notice Asakusa’s genius. Then, when it becomes clear that their classmate, charismatic fashion model Tsubame Mizusaki, wants to be an animator, they create an animation club to realize the “ultimate world” in their minds.

Tari Tari

  • Rating: 3.9/5
  • Author: EVERGREEN
  • Genre: Drama, Music, Slice of life, School life 
  • Number of episodes: 13

Wakana Sakai, Konatsu Miyamoto, and Sawa Okita are best friends. All three of them have a history with music. But while Wakana has given up on it, Konatsu refuses to let go. As they grow up, they must also learn how to support each other through thick and thin. Music will always be with them, and they will learn how to grow with it as well.

Taisho Baseball Girls

  • Rating:  3.7/5
  • Author: Atsushi Kagurazaka
  • Genre: Sports, Slice of life 
  • Number of episodes: 12

The year is 1925, and Japan remains a country with socially conservative views, particularly regarding women’s rights. Akiko Ogasawara, a young girl, decides to fight for equality in her own unique way by forming a girls’ baseball team. She quickly enlists the help of her friend Koume Suzukawa, and it’s now up to the two of them to assemble a group of like-minded and spirited women to fight for their rights.

Tamako Market

  • Rating: 3.9/5
  • Author: Mutsuki Ichinose
  • Genre: Comedy, Slice of life 
  • Number of episodes: 12

Tamako, the cheerful mochi maker’s daughter, comes across an exotic talking bird on a mission. After a long journey, the creature arrived in search of a suitable bride for his land’s prince. Tamako can’t afford to be distracted by the brave bird, who appears to like her and follows her around the shopping district and to Baton Club, where she hangs out with her friends.

Blue Period

  • Rating: 4/5
  • Author: Tsubasa Yamaguchi 
  • Genre: Drama, Psychological, School life 
  • Number of episodes: 12

Yatora is the ideal high school student. He has a perfect life that ultimately comes out as boring. He eventually makes his way into the art room, where a single artwork catches his attention and introduces him to a different kind of beauty. Rushing in head first, Yatora is about to discover how brutal art can be.

Tamayura

  • Rating: 3.8/5
  • Author: Junichi Satou
  • Genre: Slice of life 
  • Number of episodes: 30

Fuu Sawatari, this is more than a saying; it is a way of life for her as she spends her days quietly attempting to capture those special moments on film and use them to bring joy to others. Fuu reminisces about her father with her friend and her beloved camera, begins to consider her future, and wonders if she can capture more of the warmth of her daily life in her photos.