These fantastic shows will appeal to fans of Nisekoi. They’re worth a look.
One of Weekly Shounen Jump’s most popular series throughout its tenure was Nisekoi, which was published from 2011 to 2016. The show is mostly a rom-com, with a few harem jokes thrown in for good measure. For a time, Nisekoi coexisted with other popular series like Naruto, Food Wars, One Piece, and even My Hero Academia in the Jump universe.
Studio Shaft handled the anime adaption of Nisekoi. There is no other studio like it when it comes to style and visuals. As a result of their efforts, the anime was able to stand on its own two feet. Nisekoi’s anime adaptation, despite its two seasons not covering the majority of the tale, was nevertheless an enjoyable trip from beginning to end. Those who are looking for a similar product are in good hands. If you’re a fan of Nisekoi, here are ten other anime you should check out.
In 2020, Louis Kemner will post an update: In the anime world, there are limitless possibilities for fans of romance, humor, and stories set in high school, and the list of titles grows with each anime season. One can’t help but be impressed by the quality of some of them! They can make you laugh, weep, squirm in your seat, and remember all the good times you had in high school with these shows (or even their college days). Let’s take a look at five more shows like Nisekoi.
15. School Rumble
School Rumble, despite its moniker, is a cheerful and amusing production. The 2C class of Yagami High School is the focus of the show. There are a lot of love subplots that play out in the most amusing manner possible because of this.
You’ll be reminded of Nisekoi with the right amount of romance and humour. In spite of the fact that it’s two quite distinct shows, School Rumble is able to deal with comparable themes and play things out in its own unique way.
14. To LOVE-Ru
To LOVE-Ru and Nisekoi share a lot of similarities, and both were published in Weekly Jump at the same time. To LOVE-Ru follows Rito Yuki as he tries to tell his crush about his feelings while caring for an alien princess who has escaped. It’s only going to get bigger and better from here on out.
This is the program for you if you’re looking for something comparable but a touch more out there. To LOVE-Ru gives you a lot of what Nisekoi gave you, but there’s no sense of finality here.
13. Kaguya-sama: Love is War
For those who haven’t seen Kaguya-sama: Love is War yet, it’s about a pair of prodigies named Miyuki Shirogane and Kaguya Shinomiya who are too proud to admit their emotions for one another. The series focuses on the many ways in which they try to convince the other person to confess and thereby lose.
The comedy Love is War does an excellent job of exploiting the flaws of its characters. Despite the fact that the show’s storyline is interesting, it’s its humour that makes it worth watching (or reading, if you prefer).
12. The Quintessential Quintuplets
The Unquestionable The harem genre was treated differently in Quintuplets. On Fuutarou Uesugi, a top student, the Nakano sisters are assigned a tutor. Each of the sisters are quintuplets, and Uesugi’s connection with each of them as a tutor is the focus of the series.
Some of the harem clichés are used in The Quintessential Quintuplets, but the majority of them are given a fresh spin. It’s a must-see for enthusiasts of the harem.
11. The Monogatari Series
Unlike any other anime, Monogatari is a one-of-a-kind experience. Third-year high school student Koyomi Araragi is the focus of the show, which explores his relationship with the supernatural and the people in his life.
Although it may not seem like it, the Monogatari series is actually a harem, albeit the main focus is on the girls around Araragi’s own personal troubles rather than having them only serve as romantic interests. There are many fantastic storylines and characters in this program.
10. Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend
In Saekano, Tomoya Aki, a high school otaku, intends to write a visual novel based on his impressions of Megumi Kato, a classmate of his. As Tomoya, Megumi, and Tomoya’s skilled pals labor to create their game, the series follows them.
While it may appear to be a typical harem, Saekano manages to split apart the characters’ relationships and dynamics while still moving the tale ahead.
9. Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions
Togashi and Takanashi have yet to grow out of Yuta’s fantasy period in Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions, the narrative of the middle school Chnibyo (someone who gets lost in their imaginations).
In the course of the novel, the Chnibyo’s get closer to one other, along with other current and former members of the family.
Ryuji Takasu and Taiga Aisaka, two outcasts with a thing for each other’s best friend, are the focus of Toradora!
The plot revolves around the two characters as they work together to win over their mutual crush’s heart. Despite the show’s lighthearted beginning, it succeeds in developing its characters and delivering a satisfying conclusion in just one season.
7. Baka & Test – Summon the Beasts
In Fumizuki Academy, pupils are placed in courses according on their academic performance. Akihisa Yoshii and his zany friends are the focus of the show, which follows their antics throughout the series.
Baka & Test is one of the funniest animes out there, despite the fact that it’s not widely known. Everything is played for laughs, even if there are a few romance components.
6. My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU
Hachiman Hikigaya, a cynical loner who is pushed to join the school service club by his instructor, is the focus of My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU. With Yui’s help, the two of them get to know each other better. They follow the characters as they aid other kids and get to know each other better in the process.
There was a planned April release date for the third season, however that was pushed back to summer 2020 instead. SNAFU appears to be one of the rare anime adaptations that completely adapts its source material once everything is said and done.
5. Golden Time
The setting of the next story shifts from high school to a university, which is a tiny deviation from the norm. This is a typical high school romantic comedy with wacky and different individuals who can’t seem to get enough of each other.
There’s a twist: Banri Tada was unable to remember anything from his high school days, so he’s starting anew at college. A love triangle forms between him and Koko Kaga, and though the plot of Golden Time begins lightheartedly, the tension builds toward the end. In addition to appearance, there is substance to consider.
4. Oresuki: Are You Really the Only One Who Loves Me?
Kisaragi, the protagonist of this series, will meet a lot of attractive and humorous high school girls in this rom-com. In reality, there’s a lot of rivalry for these girls’ affections, and he quickly finds himself entangled in an intricate web of relationships and illicit intentions.
For the most part, it’s all in good fun, but there’s a recurrent joke about a park seat where important and life-changing revelations are made. The library girl’s quiet demeanor may be deceptive.
3. The World God Only Knows
A gentle Romeo and Juliet parody, Nisekoi begins as a harem story, notably in the manga. Fans of the show might enjoy this one as well if that is what they want to see more of.
Keima Kagsuragi, the film’s leading man, is an extreme gamer and self-declared expert of dating simulators. He soon finds a magical girl and uses his dating sim abilities to help her address the personal issues of his female students. You have to see it to believe it.
2. Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It
White lab coats and much older than Nisekoi’s core ensemble may distinguish these individuals, yet they nevertheless act and speak like high schoolers, complete with the same adorable love awkwardness and shenanigans. This series has the feel of a junior high or senior high school production.
They are both outstanding scientists, but when it comes to romantic relationships, they are both utterly lost. When they fall in love, they employ the scientific approach to try to understand and communicate their sentiments. Just like one would think, the results are just as amusing and cute as one would want
1. Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku
It’s clear from many of these shows that the same strategy that works in high school works just as well in college or the business. It’s hard to believe that anyone ever truly leaves high school behind. Forever is the length of time spent in a group or club.
In Wotakoi, a group of four geeky office workers share their love of video games, anime, and dating simulations in a semi-forbidden manner. It’s hilarious to see the characters transition from fax machines and spreadsheets to comic book stores with pride in the two major partnerships, which are a little dysfunctional but charming.