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If you liked
Baramon no Kazoku
...then you might like
Akatsuki!! Otokojuku - Seishen yo, Taishi no Dake
Both series are written by the same author and contain the similar story themes of exploring manhood with unique martial arts. Family of Brahman is required to be read first as the series is referenced in the story line of Akatsuki!! Otokojuku; chapters 88 onward.
If you liked
Skip Beat!
...then you might like
Hana no Namae
Both of the male character has a darkness he has in the past and he doesn't want to pull the female lead down with him. He loves the female character, quite possessive of the female lead. There is an age difference both manga. Both of the art in here is also beautiful.
If you liked
Paradise Kiss
...then you might like
Peach Girl
If you're a peach girl fan, I'm sure you'll love Paradise Kiss. It has the same concept in a way, you probably won't realize it until you get to the end of these mangas. The only difference is in Paradise Kiss, it involves fashion, modelling, dreams, parents and also the connections of the other characters. Whilst in Peach girl, its about mis-understanding, friendship, jealousy and rivalry. But they both are in the same path when it comes to overcoming obstacles. They're both pretty short manga that you'll be able to read fast, so I dont think it will be a problem
If you liked
Nana
...then you might like
Othello
Not only they have similar character names, it involves the plot of 2 lives (girls in this case), taking care of one another. There's always that dominant person who wants to help over the weaker one
If you liked
Koudelka
...then you might like
Black Museum Springald
The story is set in Victorian London, in both a mysterious killer murders women and the main character starts to investigate .
If you liked
Black Museum Springald
...then you might like
Rasen no Vamp
The story is set in Victorian London, and the main protagonist gets involved in mysterious killings made by a supposedly supernatural entity.
If you liked
No Game No Life
...then you might like
Kakegurui
both manga are about gambling, in kakegurui you bet money and in No Game No Life you bet anything in games. both manga have a main character who is an expert at games and love gambling, though in No Game No Life the main characters never lose and in Kakegurui the main character simply enjoys gambling because of the excitement of the risk.
If you liked
Cross Over
...then you might like
Kuroko no Basket
Both series are about basketball as the main male character faces off against powerful opponents throughout their journey. Rivalries and relationship development among various characters are expected. And from those developments, the MC also learns more about the game itself. Recommended for people interested in basketball mixed with interpersonal relationships.
If you liked
Ao Haru Ride
...then you might like
Hirunaka no Ryuusei
Both are really cute in the sense that the girl is stuck in a love triangle and is constantly getting confused about her own feelings > <
It starts off with the girl liking one of the guys but got "rejected" due to certain circumstances but the guy regrets his choice soon after > <
However, by then the other guy already confess and both of them started going out > <
The really enjoyable part is that you'll really not know who to root for because both guys are really cute! >w< ♡
If you liked
Freezing
...then you might like
Absolute Duo
Even in Freezing there a Academy with people with superpowers and weapon materialization.
If you liked
Hunter x Hunter
...then you might like
Nanatsu no Taizai
Detailing the journey of the main characters, Hunter x Hunter and Nanatsu no Taizai are firm examples of an adventurous series. Both series have supernatural/fantasy concepts along incorporated shounen style battles. The main male protagonists have similar personalities but deeps down cares about the comrades they meet during their journey. Recommended for anyone who is interested in a cleverly written story in a fictional world.
If you liked
One Piece
...then you might like
Kingdom
I'm surprised no one else has made this recommendation.

Kingdom and One piece is similar in that the main characters are really powerful BUT we join their story to see them grow and become stronger, and both main characters set out to be high ranking person one being king of pirates and the other being a great general. And both manga's have really strong side characters that give a real impact in the story and to the reader, showing that someone who initially looks strange; then becomes such a memorable character. Although the only big difference is that One Piece is fantasy and Kingdom is history, but it could be said that history created fantasy.
If you liked
Akatsuki no Yona
...then you might like
Soredemo Sekai wa Utsukushii
Both akatsuki and soredemo show us the history of royalties that don'esnt known of the world that lies ahead of them. As the manga goes it show how they come to accept that the world is not as horrible or as beautifull as they thought and how they start to value little actions and try to solve the problems that are the everyday of the people.
If you liked
Dr. Koto Shinryoujo
...then you might like
The Children's Teacher, Mr. Kwon
A doctor/teacher with a shady past moves to the countryside for work. Although disliked and distrusted in the beginning, people slowly begin to accept him and trust him.
If you liked
Nana to Kaoru
...then you might like
Kangoku Gakuen
Much BDSM in both manga. Kangoku gakuen is farcical and has a realistic art style, albeit super ecchi. Compared to Nana, which is all ecchi/borderline hentai.
If you liked
Portball!
...then you might like
Boin Tantei vs. Kaitou Sanmensou
Both are one-shot ecch/borderline-h) comedies with lots of randomness, fanservice and random fanservice. Both have similar pacing and art. Both were made by same mangaka.
If you liked
Kon no Ki Konoha
...then you might like
Obake Life
Both are one-shots about a ghost/spirit boy that gets attached to a girl. While Kon no Kii Konoha is more romantic, Obake Life is more horror.
If you liked
Slice of Black Chocolate
...then you might like
Kagami no Kuni no Alice
Both are very short manga without any text, made for visual impact. You´ll probably have to read it more than once to get what it´s even about. While Kagami no Kuni no Alice is seinen, Slice of Black Chocolate is josei.
If you liked
Kuro Bara Alice
...then you might like
Shinigamihime no Saikon
Both are mystery/drama with a similar aura, black-haired male leads who rule/manipulate people. Kuro Bara Alice is fantasy with vampires while Shinigamihime no Saikon is historical with social context.
If you liked
Jin
...then you might like
Nobunaga no Chef
both involve the main character going back in time to the warring states period, and both have advanced future knowledge about a skill, in Nobunaga no Chef its cooking and in jin its medicine.
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