English: Listen to Me, Girls. I Am Your Father!
Synonyms: Papakiki, Listen to Me, Girls, I'm Your Father!
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 11, 2012 to Mar 28, 2012
23 min. per episode
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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The main protagonist of Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai took his nieces at his apartment. While Usagi Drop is the reverse.
Both animes are about a relative who was forced to take the intiative to take in kid(s) that have lost their guardians for their happiness.
Both main characters (which is a guy) decide to raise kids that was left behind. The kids are about the same age in both animes and their all girls. Main character also has mange their love life on top of raising the kids
Both are about a man single-handling parenting/care taking children(s).
• Both involve children
• And through some unfortunate events they loose their parents.
• And now face a whole new life, and both are incredibly
• Cute, and hit close to home.
Upon reaching the second episode of "Listen to me, Girls, I'm your father!", I've come to find that this show has a similar feel to Usagi Drop--a thirty year old man who takes in an illegitimate young child when his grandfather passes away compared to a college student who takes in a group of three children, two of which are not related to him, when his sister and her husband suddenly die in a plane crash. Both shows have a warming relationship that steadily form between the adult and children. ^_^
-Both have that "heart-warming" feeling of raising children.
-Both involve kind-hearted protagonists.
-Both go through the day-to-day basis of the guardian taking care of the child/children.
taking care of young child(ren) for deceased family, overcoming struggles and obstacles in the way of raising them
Both shows deal with raising children. Usagi Drop is relatively less moe and more mature.
In these two series, similarities are present in the following:
~main protagonist taking care of someone else like a family
~comedy, drama, and also heartwarming moments
~solving problems together as a family
~dealing with life
~similar style of main protagonists
A man find's in a situacion of taking care of an un related family. And thus he grows as a person.
Both anime is about kid who lost their parents and been taking care by others but Usagi drop is a million times better than Pap no Iukoto :P
Both involve story lines where two guys take care of young girl/girls while juggling their love lives.
The duty of taking care of another child/children becomes a prominent theme in both series.
Also, there is light toned comedy, slight romance (more so in Aishiteruze Baby), and drama. But most importantly, it is about responsibility in both series where the main character becomes something he never thought he'd become.
Heartwarming series that's a must-see.
Both stories about student take care of little girl (girls).
Both are very similar involving younger girls. One of whom looks and is voiced by the same VA as Rin from Kodomo no Jikan. Also both are guilty pleasure level =P
In both, there are three young girls and one older guy as the main character, and Miu from Papa Kiki and Rin from KnJ are both played by the same person. Although, the KnJ is more of an ecchi comedy(The anime, atleast. The manga is a lot more serious), while Papa Kiki is a light hearted story with some comedy and has more of a plot.
Similar style of the series although the personalities of the other characters are a bit different. The main protagonist deals with various situations in his life in both of these series involved around the others although among different settings. (school/home) However, both of these anime(s) are something an eye should keep on if they want a little taste of romantic comedy.
Both shows feature a young male protagonist trying his best to take care of young children. They both focus heavily on character development, and both try to paint a nuanced picture of the social interaction between the two/the four of them.
Both protanist have to take care of kids, although kure-nai has action while PnIwK has ecchi, both are harems if you think bout it,
Both are about three sisters with parents missing, family happiness, sisters and brothers, boys and girls. Then connection seemingly ends, with "Minami-ke" being mostly a school comedy, much lighter and cleaner, but the two are somehow congenial.
Both feature a male family member who gets put in a setting in which he never met the relatives before and it just so happens that said relatives are beautiful girls of differing age with whom he develops strong feelings for. Main difference is he is not related by blood and he is their uncle, whereas in Baby Princess, the male character is a blood brother.
Both These anime have a a single male student living in a cheap apartment who suddenly have to take care of a young girl/girls.
The also have in common that both have allot of nice persons around willing to help out with taking care of the girls.
In both cases the male students also have to watch there money and end up working allot and in both cases they know someone who helps them get good paying jobs easily.
What's more is that both of them have a nice serious story line with a good sense of humour and some sexy misunderstandings.
both of this anime kinda tells the story of the people who has a hard life, because of the family. in Iroha, the main character still has her grandmother around, while in Papa the main character has barely any family member to help him much, but in both anime, the main characters worked very hard