When it comes to BL or Boy’s Love, Kae Serinuma, an overweight otaku, fantasizes about her coworkers who appear in these romance dramas all the time.
Although she loses weight without eating for a week after the death of her favorite character in a television show. All the boys want her now that she is a princess, but her only desire is for some real-life BL drama.
The plot of this story revolves around Kae’s obsession with Boy’s Love, despite the fact that her charming appearance continues to draw them in.
The following is a list of 10 anime series that are strikingly similar to Kiss Him, Not Me.
10. Masamune-kun’s Revenge
In Masamune-Revenge, kun’s a touching story shows that losing weight is possible but being rude is not.
The Revenge of Masamune-kun
Masamune Makabe began working out to lose weight after he was rejected by Aki Adagaki because he was overweight. He only wants one thing: vengeance on Aki.
Masamune, now a handsome high school student, learns that he has been transferred to Aki’s school. When Aki falls in love with Masamune, he wants to be the one to reject her.
A mysterious letter with his old nickname appeared just as he was about to put his plans into motion. He needs to track down the sender of this letter in order to carry out his plans smoothly.
9. Magic-Kyun! Renaissance
Magic-Kyun! Renaissance is centered around a young woman’s unusual love life.
Magic-Kyun, the Renaissance is upon us!
Artistas are those who, through the use of their Magic Arts, are able to arouse strong emotions in others. Hoshinomori Private Magical Arts High School is where the Artistas are taught, and after they graduate, they find work in the entertainment industry.
When Kohana Aigasaki arrives at school, she finds herself surrounded by six other guys, all of whom are interested in her romantically.
She intends to make the school’s annual cultural festival a success, given her responsibilities on the planning committee. When it comes time for the Artistas Prince and Princess of the Year, the boys want to be the prince and princess alongside Kohana.
8. Rainbow Days
Rainbow Days illustrates how full of color your life is by telling a charming story about a boy named Rainbow.
Days of the Sun and Moon
They are all narcissists, but Natsuki is a dreamer while Tomoya, Keiichi, and Tsuyoshi are otakus who are all sadists. After his girlfriend dumps him on Christmas Eve, Natsuki collapses in the street.
He falls in love with her right away after she offers Natsuki tissues to dry his tears, and, to his astonishment, they attend the same high school. His nosy friends, on the other hand, are constantly interfering with his relationship with Anna while theirs is going perfectly.
7. The Wallflower
The Wallflower depicts a young woman’s struggle to become a proper lady while still remaining ignorant of all things feminine.
After being rejected by her crush, Sunako Nakahara has become a recluse. Because she’s constantly being teased about her looks, she’s turned against all things beautiful and toward the esoteric.
When she arrives at her aunt’s house, she discovers four handsome young men living there with their mother and father. Her aunt begs the boys to make Sunako a proper lady so that they can stay for free.
Her struggle to become a proper lady begins as she is surrounded by boys of various personalities.
6. Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend
In a rom-com, you can’t help but eat Saekano, which is a sweet and spicy dish.
This Is How to Raise an Uninteresting Girlfriend, by Saekano
Anime and light novel fan Tomoya Aki is looking for a team to help him create his own game to share his passion.
Eriri, his childhood friend, has been hired as an illustrator, and Utaha has been hired as a scriptwriter, so he’s on the hunt for a real-life model to use as a basis for his story.
After meeting Megumi by chance, he decides to use her as the model for his main character and gets to work on the project. However, he learns that the emotions he wants to convey to the audience must be drawn from his own life.
5. Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches
When it comes to the power of kissing, Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches takes no prisoners.
In the Legend of the Seven Witches, Yamada-Kun
Ryuu Yamada enrolls in Suzaku High in order to erase his past as a troublemaker. But after a year of boredom with the peace, he reverts to his old self..
He kisses Urara unintentionally on the cheek after tripping over a step on the way back from an office lecture. They quickly discover that kissing one another allows them to switch bodies.
After Miyamura, the only other member of the Supernatural Studies Club, saw what they had done, he invited them to join the group. They set out to find the seven female students who can also activate the power by kissing, and they were joined by Miyabi on their quest.
4. My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!
My Next Life as a Villainess depicts the trials and tribulations of being a villain in a fantastical way.
My Future Self as a Vampire
When she’s reborn as a character in the video game she’s playing, all she has are the memories of her previous lives. The antagonist Katarina Claes is a reincarnation of her.
Knowing that she will be wiped out at the end of the game, this character makes every effort to survive. Even if it means having an impact on the lives of those around her, she is determined to avoid dying a villain.
3. Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku
A sweet love story between two otakus is depicted in Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku.
Wotakoi: Otakus have a hard time falling in love
Before starting her first day at work, Narumi Momose is most concerned about being identified as an otaku. When she runs into Hirotaka Nifuji, a friend from elementary school, all of her fears come true.
She offers to buy him a drink to keep her identity a secret. Her ex-boyfriend rejected her as an otaku, and she later reveals this while out drinking.
After hearing this, Hirotaka pledges his support as a fellow otaku. This is how the awkward otaku romance begins.
2. Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun
If you like exhilarating roller coaster rides, you will love Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun.
Nozaki-kun, the monthly magazine for women
Chiyo Sakura is a high school student who has a crush on aspiring mangaka Umetarou Nozaki. She receives a signed autograph from Nozaki after confessing, believing him to be a fan.
As time goes on, Sakura learns that Nozaki is actually an assistant to a well-known shoujo mangaka pen named Sakiko Yumeno.
As she met each of Nozaki’s friends who assisted Nozaki with his manga, her life began to change. Chiyo remains loyal to Nozaki in the hopes that he will acknowledge her feelings for him.
1. Ouran High School Host Club
A girl who poses as a boy in order to pay off her debts is the focus of the Ouran High School Host Club’s production.
The Host Club at Ouran Senior High School
Haruhi Fujioka enrolls in Ouran Academy, a prestigious private school, and quickly becomes one of the only students without a title or rank.
She enters the Host Club, hoping to study peacefully, only to be confronted by Tamaki Suou, his princely appearance, and a slew of other eccentric students.
This club’s main goal is to provide entertainment for the female students at the academy.
She accidentally breaks an eight million dollar vase while trying to leave the club, and as a result of her masculine appearance she is hired as a host. That’s how she starts her life, which is full of surprises she didn’t see coming.