10 Best Comedy Ecchi Anime That You Should Know Update 09/2022

Best Comedy Ecchi Anime

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Lewd and non-lewd comedies have their fans, but there’s something special about a comedy that includes a healthy dose of ecchi. As you watch these anime, you can’t help but grimace or giggle at the protagonist’s tragedy or good fortune. Open-handed slaps and tsunderes are commonplace in this genre’s depictions of unfortunate male MCs. If you’ve found your way to this page, you’re undoubtedly curious about our picks for the best in the anime genre. Our favorite ecchi comedies in anime are listed here.

10. Netoge no Yome wa Onnanoko ja Nai to Omotta? (And you thought there is never a girl online?)

Netoge no Yome wa Onnanoko ja Nai to Omotta

Even if the chances of one of your online gaming buddies being a woman are remote, it’s not impossible. Nishimura Hideki, on the other hand, discovers that not just one, but three of his guildmates are female. Even though he first turned down Ako’s proposal of marriage in the game, he eventually agrees, only to discover that they go to the same school and that it is impossible to tell them apart because of their virtual relationship. Even if Nishimura isn’t used to ecchi misunderstandings, he has come out on top. Watch this ecchi comedy if you’re a gamer!

9. B-gata H-kei (Yamada’s First Time: B Gata H Kei)

Yamada, on the other hand, appears to be taking things to a whole new level when it comes to first love. With no experience or confidence, she can’t fulfill her dream of sleeping with 100 boys in high school. This leads her to the logical choice of talking to fellow virgin Kosuda Takashi. Despite Yamada’s best efforts, he is unable to convince Takashi to accept his proposal, and the ecchi scenarios mount. If things don’t perk up, Yamada may be unable to partake in even one of his promised one hundred encounters with the female species. For a female MC that won’t take no for an answer, look no farther than B-gata H-kei.

8. Sora no Otoshimono (Heaven’s Lost Property)

Heaven’s Lost Property (Sora no Otoshimono)

In the event that an automated angel could grant any and all of your desires, what would you do? The world would be destroyed if Sakurai Tomoki were in charge. A lovely harem lifestyle with an ever-growing group of angeloids, who are quite uncertain about the human world and the prospects for romance, ends up being Tomoki’s new reality. Tomoki, whether he realizes it or not, is slowly and mistakenly instructing them. Sora no Otoshimono is a must-see ecchi comedy in which Heaven is devoid of a number of angels.

7. Mayo Chiki

Even if you’re terrified of girls, don’t know how to interact with them, or run out of the room yelling, putting your life at risk due to nosebleeds is out there. Kinjirou has a wicked ojou-sama who enjoys having her cross-dressing butler and childhood buddy Subaru assist him overcome his gynophobia. As they work to “treat” Kinjirou, they must keep Subaru’s identity a secret. It’s going to be a bumpy trip, but it’s going to be a lot of fun.

6. Crayon Shin-chan (Shin-chan)

Crayon Shin-chan

Shinnosuke is an unusual child. Enough to convince you that his adventures are not for youngsters is his catchphrase, “To be a man you must have honor and a pen*s.”. When it comes to ordinary decency, Shin-chan doesn’t exactly fall under the umbrella. You’re in for a shock if you assume this is a kid’s show before you watch it. Think of South Park rather than Doraemon when you think of this anime. I recommend Crayon Shin-chan to everyone who like slapstick comedy.

5. Aho Girl

Yoshiko is a dumb girl, plain and simple, with no attempt at political correctness or sugarcoating. Since the first time they met, Akuru had grown tired of “A- kun’s” antics, but now that they live next door, she’s been doomed to a fate worse than death. He spends his time when he’s not studying fighting off Yoshiko and preventing her from causing trouble in public. When you include the rest of the eccentric cast, you’ve got the most outlandish ecchi comedy with bananas ever. A chaos of pantsu!

4. Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata (Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend)

Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata (2015)

Why is it that the heroes with the fewest credentials always tend to find themselves in the most ecchi situations? It’s impossible to find someone more unqualified than Tomoya Aki, who has no interest in working with actual women. But after mistaking his classmate for a flawless beauty, he persuades her to join him in his plan to become the protagonist of a dating game of his own creation. In addition, he connives his female creator pals into joining him, despite the fact that each of them has unresolved romantic relationships. It doesn’t take long for Tomoya’s self-deprecating antics to make the audience laugh at his own expense and the scenarios that he unintentionally creates.

3. Mangaka-san to Assistant-san to The Animation (The Comic Artist and His Assistants)

Mangaka Aito Yuuki may have good intentions, but he nevertheless makes Ashisu Sahoto’s job more difficult on a daily basis. It’s practically impossible for Sahoto to go to work without her boss talking about something sleazy for his comic. Ethics, morality, and panties are always a hot-button topic between the two. Yuuki is in love with Sahoto, but she wishes he would mature and find a new partner. Despite the show’s hints of a long-awaited love conclusion, it is always a hoot to watch.

2. Shimoneta to Iu Gainen ga Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai (SHIMONETA: A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist)

In Shimoneta’s Japan, society has been reformed to purge itself of all things immoral or sexual. Repressed youth have resulted from this, and they are unclear of their sentiments or how their bodies are changing. Okuma Tanukichi is thrown into the SOX revolt by his classmate Ayame, a group dedicated to overthrowing the country’s censors and reintroducing lewdness to society. The two placed themselves in danger by engaging in guerilla tactics such as flashing their pants in front of passing cars, streaking, and other vulgar acts. Shimoneta, a show that aims to demonstrate that ecchi is justice, is as righteous as this genre can go.

1. Prison School

Prison School

In addition to Kiyoshi and four other high school males, Hachimitsu Private Academy has never had male students. Taking advantage of their privileged position, they soon find themselves peering into the girls’ locker rooms. Failed plot results in five people being sentenced to prison… The Underground Student Council, a student organization at the institution, governs a portion of campus not recognized by the government. Their goal is to make boys into subordinate male specimens, or to force them to leave the institution altogether.

Even in Prison School, the most serious tone is used to deliver some of its funniest jokes. To be more precise, the plot does not simply suspend disbelief; it deliberately flouts fundamental principles of law, ethics, and morality. In Prison School, you won’t find your standard ecchi comedy, but you’ll probably have the biggest chuckles you’ve ever had with an anime. It’s a must-see.

Final Thoughts

Everyone has a unique sense of humor. What are some of your favorite ecchi-comedy shows? Were any of your suggestions included? Yes, please tell us in the comments. Let’s have some fun and laugh together!