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B Gata H Kei

B Gata H Kei

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English: B Gata H Kei: Yamada's First Time
Japanese: B型H系


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 2, 2010 to Jun 18, 2010
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity
L represents licensing company


Score: 7.281 (scored by 82486 users)
Ranked: #22552
Popularity: #187
Members: 132,263
Favorites: 818
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B Gata is ALL about a Japanese school girl going against the anime stereotype that presents them as pure maidens. Yamada wants 100+ male conquests, and she's DETERMINED to use an inexperienced Mr. Nobody to lose her cherry with. Hilarity ensues when she turns out to be a clueless tsundere when it matters; resulting in much date-kiss-sex fail.

Seitokai is similar in the sense it presents school girls as sex-crazed nymphos, with only one train of thought. However, where as B Gata's humour comes from sexual failings, Seitokai's humour is built around two girls turning EVERYTHING - no matter how innocent - the male  read more 
reportRecommended by AironicallyHuman
Are you tired with the prepubescent ideal of love, which claims that angsting over love-love confessions and - MAYBE - a peck on the lips is all you're gonna get out of your cartoon rom-comedy? Yes? Yes.

I like B-Cupped Pervert/Slut (?) and KissxSis. It isn't JUST because there are amazingly hot (and illegal, depending on your country/state) 2D school girls forcing themselves on witless males. Nor is it JUST because I have no non-blood related sisters (or actual sisters, for that matter) and would very much like to have non-blood related sisters give me some morning kisses. No. It goes deeper than that.  read more 
reportRecommended by AironicallyHuman
Story focused on the main characters trying hard to get rid of their virginity. Both series deal with it in a very comedic way.  
reportRecommended by Liinah
Young people make the same kinds of discoveries throughout. B Gata H Kei manages to be simultaneously more perverted and less disgusting, but then, it has a distinct shortage of spit sucking.  
reportRecommended by colonelpanic
They center around pervy teens. Both series have highly perverted comedy and wacky situations. 
reportRecommended by Bocknoi
Both have completely perverted girls who just want to have sex with a pretty lame guy. Though in B Gata, the guy is actually interested in the sex. Both also have two girls who are interested in the main character. 
reportRecommended by ibellis
Both contain a highly perverted character (B Gata H Kei = Yamada, Tonagura! = Yuuji) that are actually good at the heart. Both an ecchi/romance series. 
reportRecommended by Kipcha
Both main characters are obsessed with a certain thing, and that is all they think about 
reportRecommended by imprezagc8
Both anime transcend their genre stereotypes quite well. They deal with issues a teenage girl might encounter in a hyperbolic way. Some of the characters from B Gata H Kei might feel familiar if you watched High School Girls, but they don't overstay their welcome. 
reportRecommended by ArtRodriguez
Sex-crazed females chasing after a shy guy. 
reportRecommended by Defiance
Main protagonists have very similar personalities, and both animes are ecchi. 
reportRecommended by ShoujoGirl
They're not similar in any way, I know, except for the fact that they're ecchi. In fact, they're the ecchi-est anime I know! 
reportRecommended by HidamariSeashore
The main female character wants to be with a boy in her class. Both series have several love triangles, characters who have trouble confessing their feelings to each other and lots of lol comedy. 
reportRecommended by Jackson_H
Both involve the most popular girl in class falling for the plainest boy in class. 
reportRecommended by jimbo1023
Both these anime have a similar feel and outwardly appear to be centered around high school students that are thrown into sexual situations. At the center of both anime there is a female that is not as she would outwardly appear.

-In B Gata H Kei the main character is openly perverted but is actually rather innocent.
-In Koe de Oshigoto! the main character is outwardly an innocent girl that is actually rather perverted.

Despite the focus on sex, both are primarily romantic comedies and this would have been much more apparent had Koe de Oshigoto  read more 
reportRecommended by birdwithoutaword
Extremely similar main female characters, as Taiga and Yamada had the same personality, minus Yamada's sex-centered thoughts. Both had very good comedy, with BGHK winning, but Toradora had more depth in its supporting characters. Regardless, if you liked one, you will like the other. 
reportRecommended by armani661
Both anime are slapstick comedies with a touch of ecchi. To make it short, if you enjoyed light anime such as B Gata H Kei, you'll mostly probably like Bake to Test to Shoukanjuu as well, and vice versa.  
reportRecommended by Wilio
It gives the same way of feeling and have a similar view on the sex; what's more the main chars both are crazy are a little bit insane and a boy is shy and don't know what he exactly want. 
reportRecommended by Eriis
If you like ecchi you will love both of these awesome anime! The jokes and situations are pretty hilarious. Both have awesome leading protagonists that will keep you entertained for the entire duration. 
reportRecommended by deathnote2468
conditional love + harem + blonde tsunderes, basically both anime in the nutshell. Both have mediocre plot-lines with some running gags. Nisekoi is just a Plain Rom-com, while B gata h kei borderlines on being a hentai. So if you could sit through Nisekoi, B gata H kei would be nice time-pass!. 
reportRecommended by usagi_Kuro99
You kidding me? No one sees this? The male protagonist in either series is a straight-shot-non-perverse-gentleman who despite his ultimately pure motives is encroached on by lustful females. He is non paradoxical as he was always a good guy, not just for plots sake like other harems. 
reportRecommended by ziggyopolous
Both are classified as comedy and ecchi. While Plastic Nee-san's 12 episodes in total are about half an hour long, both B Gata H Kei and Plastic Nee-san are great comedies that kept me smiling and laughing from beginning to end.
For those that enjoy comedy, Plastic Nee-san and B Gata H Kei are both must-watch shows. 
reportRecommended by Jasps
Both have perverted Female leads and are hilarious comedies. 
reportRecommended by Ozzey
If you like the type of comedy in B Gata H Kei, then you'll certainly also like Seto no Hanayome.  
reportRecommended by Okarus
Creative incorporation of ecchi in both. 
reportRecommended by ForeverFizz8
In both, strange girls latch onto the hapless male protagonist. 
reportRecommended by colonelpanic
As the female in the series are more straight forward than that of the male characters it creates a surrounding with female dominance and leaving male characters to run from scenes maximum time 
reportRecommended by Ep1c1aN
Both shows are really funny in an ecchi sort of way. 
reportRecommended by qwedrfs
B Gata H Kei is a fun, hilarious, romantic, very perverted anime that i really enjoyed! These two animes are at the top of my list and i think if you liked one, you'll like the other. 
reportRecommended by chahandler
Both are comedy, ecchi, romance and seinen.
Both peverted characters

One is specific about S&M while the other isn't.
reportRecommended by H00FD
Both focuses mainly on a male and female couple, for a lack of a better term.

While DNA^2 plot is more sci-fiction in a "modern era" B Gata H Kei is set in a high school.
They both have a male protagonist that suffers or has trouble interacting with girls.
-DNA^2 makes it a comical medical condition
-B Gata H Kei looks at it as adolescences fumbling their way through romance.

They both have a female protagonist that sets out for one specific goal, but ends up doing thing entirely different as they come to realize something about themselves and their counterparts./> -DNA^2: Her goal is to kill the guy who overpopulates the world by sleeping with too many girls
-B Gata: Her goal is to sleep with as many guys as possible to overcome her lack of relationship experience

Both series eventually takes the viewer though an emotional ride though the highs and lows of romantic relationships. read more 
reportRecommended by lackofwords
both have a lot of fan service doesn't make for a good show 
reportRecommended by animehawk8504
This show just came into mind when I first started watching this show. Both are funny and have some ecchi moments to go along with that.

Both have great main characters also, and similar animation style. 
reportRecommended by djsjr
both are really raunchy shows nothing but sex 
reportRecommended by animehawk8504
Same voice acting of Yukari Tamura.In both heroine is hyper genki klutz full of herself and with odd ambitions.In both shows they get partner fitting to their characters, I mean another klutz. 
reportRecommended by Rychu_lubicz
Girl likes guy, but guy is either too oblivious or too uncaring. 
reportRecommended by Zanga
Girl likes guy, but guy is either too oblivious or too uncaring. 
reportRecommended by Zanga
Some ecchi but nothing too crazy. Both really funny! Yamada is the splitting image of Sakura; they both are super popular in their school and appear to be selfish, big-headed and generally think they are above everyone else, but actually have a kinder, naiver side. Their relationships with their boys are also similar (eg. Don't want to admit they like the guy)  
reportRecommended by Moggz
Both have a weird twist for a plot to start a romance comedy.
The success of the series weighs heavily on ecchi comedy.

The focus is on a male protagonist that seems like your every day guy. This appeals to usually the male teen audience. They are single, and somewhat have a low self esteem when it comes to girls.

Both series has the male protagonist forced to break out of their comfort zone.

In Midori no Hibi, it's a bit more surreal as the girl is literally becomes the guy's right hand...
In B Gata H Kei, it focuses on mainly  read more 
reportRecommended by lackofwords
Lead character of these shows have a very strange goal! Yamada in B Gata H Kei wants to make about 100 sex friends and Ika Masume in Shinryaku wants to take over the world, but none of them have no clue of the truth beyond their simple imagination of their goal!
Very funny Stories to watch with random jokes here and there.
reportRecommended by maKAKERO
-Sister far too much into their borther.
-Girl who wants (or in Magikano needs) to get in the main character's pants.
Note: Overall the shows feel different but similar, both great if you ask me. B Gata H Kei as more fanservice though. 
reportRecommended by Arch-Defender
similar jokes, good art, Yamada in B Gata H Kei & Kyouko in YY are very alike chasing the objects of their love, but YY concentrates on relations between girls 
reportRecommended by KamiDesu
similar on how the art is drawn in the characters. Minami-ke is better quality though, and dosent have a similar plot line. 
reportRecommended by Nikoru-san
The episode structures of both series are similar where they split a 24 min episode in half. Although the topic of the 2 series differ, the slapstick comedy and strong personality of each lead will have you entertained and chuckling throughout the series. Yamada and Miki share almost the same headstrong and immature yet lovable personality with their own rivals and array of funny supporting characters. 
reportRecommended by SophiafrmAustria
Both shows are about young people discovering things about themselves and their relationships. Both spend a lot of time showing a main character's (ecchi) delusions, which creates a similar feel. 
reportRecommended by colonelpanic