In the following list, you’ll find anime that are quite similar to Yamada-kun and the 7-nin no Majo (TV). Take a peek at the suggested viewing lists and reviews right below to see what other people thought of each title.
1. Kokoro Connect
Both stories center on a group of high school students who have discovered they have the ability to channel spirits. This particular high school club focuses on locating people with supernatural talents, with some of its members possessing the same skills. When anything strange happens to the characters in Kokoro Connect, however, they do nothing in their pointless club (yes, the Yamada-kun club was similarly pointless with the characters fooling around, but at least that club had an aim!). Body swapping is the first supernatural power the characters encounter and the main attraction in both of these anime, which alternate through many different supernatural skills. Romance is a central theme in both shows. There is a major difference between Kokoro Connect and Yamada-kun in terms of the anime’s tone. While there is a fair amount of drama in Yamada, there are also plenty of lighthearted moments. There isn’t as much drama as in Kokoro Connect, either. There’s no doubt about that. There are many similarities between Yamada-kun and Kokoro Connect, and while watching Yamada-kun, I couldn’t help but have flashbacks to the time I had to endure Kokoro Connect.
In my mind, this anime has always been the more serious Yamada-kun and seven witches, because the first phenomenon was body switching.
There are some similarities to Yamada-kun and the seven witches, however this anime’s characters and plot are far more complex, dark and ominous. This is, in my opinion, an improvement over the previous iteration’s whimsical nature.
Students with supernatural talents such as teleportation, invisibility, etc. are the center of Charlotte and Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo (or Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches). In some cases, characters even have a gloomy history or life in general, yet they never let that get in the way of their will to carry themselves with dignity and confidence.
Some friends or acquaintances decide to search for additional people with superhuman talents in order to collaborate on a significant project.
3. Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai
At first I thought they’d be basic high school harems with some supernatural hijinks mixed in, but I was pleasantly pleased by how well these programs implemented their principles with fascinating interactions and great character development via supernatural happenings. Even though Yamada-kun is known for his large harem, it’s really no different than Bunny Girl Senpai in that the heroes are solely interested in the female leads, who are fast to see through any misunderstandings that may otherwise slow down the plot..
4. The World God Only Knows
Two characters, Yamada-kun and Nananin no Majo, create an entirely new type of Japanese manga with their work. Despite the fact that we haven’t seen anything like this before, the concept is appealing to both of them. With this unique approach to the Harem genre, the lead character is “forced” to “obtain” the female protagonist of that week’s episode due of the MC’s generosity. That is, assuming she only appears in one episode. For Kami Nomi or Yamada-kun fans, there is absolutely no need to miss out on the other’s season.
5. Your Name
Girls and boys swap bodies in both stories. Both are battling to reclaim their memories after they were both wiped out. Yamadakun may be a comedy, but that doesn’t take away from its appeal. If you enjoy one, you’ll probably like the other, as well.
6. My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU
Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches reminded me a lot of Oregairu, even though they don’t appear to be related at first glance. Both stories revolve around a high school club whose members try to help other students in their school (the Service Club in Oregairu did this, and the Supernatural Studies Club in Yamada-research kun’s on the school’s witches led to the club’s members trying to help the witches in their school sort out their problems). Despite the fact that the shows’ primary objectives are distinct, I was left with the impression that they were intertwined in my mind (also, for the record, I really liked both shows).
7. Trinity Seven
As a result of his interactions with seven people, the main character’s daily life is altered, as well as the lives of the seven other characters. Trinity Seven has the most harem, whereas Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo has the most romantic scenes. Both are light-hearted comedy.
8. Love Tyrant
This anime and its spoof Death Note have a lot to do with the concept of kissing and the major premise being built on it (receiving powers from a kiss, having to kiss because it’s a Death Note parody).
9. Date A Live
Both of these involve a teenage boy being taken into a fantasy-like realm where he is forced to kiss a number of women. Shido kisses the spirit girls in order to imprison their spirit powers, while Yamada must kiss humans for reasons that are described in the anime. They’re both about a boy and a gang of girls, with some supporting characters sprinkled in here and there, so they’re kind of similar. Both films feature a strong element of humour interspersed with moments of tenderness. So if you liked one, you’ll probably like the other one, too.
The humor in these two shows is excellent. Characters get into a lot of unusual situations, which is great fun. Your appetite is whetted for more.
Both of the concerts’ emcees are criminals who also happen to be badasses!
In addition, the girls have a variety of hair colors, making them easy to like:D
11. Witch Craft Works
You can also check out Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo if you enjoy magic and witches.
Although the witch in Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo is similarly an A student, the use of magic in Yamada-kun is more subtle.
12. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
I see a lot of similarities between the two. The plot and characters are a little different, but the humor and interesting character reactions have the same effect on me, even though the premise is different. That doesn’t mean they’re equal, but the way they entertained me (comedy, character drama and so forth) were extremely similar.
13. Nisekoi: False Love
Shounen Magazine’s Nisekoi and Shounen Jump’s Yamada-kun are each other’s romantic shonen. The manga, on the other hand, shows a marked improvement in both.
The key people are brought together by a force that links them all together. Both take place at a high school, and the plot revolves around the characters.