Say I Love you is very simalar, both Sawako and Mei have similar personalities. And like Kimi ni Todoke, it is an all round sweet anime and worth the time to watch all 13 episodes. I loved it so much I have bought the series on dvd :)
Both series are about a girl who don't have real friends and falls in love with the most populair boy of the whole school.
Mei might not really resemble Sawako because Mei does it on purpose and Sawako doesn't but it's the same feeling.
Yamato and Shouta remind me of each other.
So I guess if you know one of the two that you would love the other!
The guy is popular with girls but he doesn't go for the most popular girl.
Though in Sukitte li na yo things move a lot faster and the guy is not as shy as in Kimi ni Todoke.
If you ejoyed Kimi ni Todoke, you'll surely enjoy this one.
These two anime are quite similar...
Mei and Sawako: Both are outcasts and are ignored by other students until a popular boy comes along to changes their situation. They fall in love with the boy.
Yamato and Shouta: Both are popular and well liked by both genders, but they both have flaws that most people don't notice.
Many problems come flowing around but in the end their bond stays strong.
Well, it's hard to not think about these two series when watching either one tbh.
Kimi ni Todoke and Sukitte Ii na yo are two bittersweet both romance series that has drama written all over it. We have the popular guy at a school setting in both series who has many friends and admirers. Then, we have the unpopular girl who is plain and lacks friends. But one day, she meets that popular guy and they form a special bond.
Both series has comedy, drama, romance, but also some emotional moments.
Both Series are Shoujo anime where a popular guy going after a rather antisocial girl......over all Kimi ni Todoke and Sukitte Ii na yo are incredibly similar, so if you enjoyed one you'll probably enjoy the other one.
I find the characters quite similar with each other.
Kazehaya Shouta with Yamato Kurosawa, them being the oh-so-popular guy in school, giving off the 100% refreshing feel. Girls are head over heels on them. And both are attracted to this introverted, not so popular, unsociable type of girl, (Sawako Kuronuma and Mei Tachibana)
The antagonist on both series are similar as well. Ume Kurumizawa and Megumi Kitagawa. They both act sweet and friendly with everyone but those are not their true intentions. They get too jealous to the main female lead to the extent that they're willing to spread fake rumors to ruin them, and in order to get the attention of the main guy.
The flow of the plot from both series is pretty similar. Both giving off the fluffy fluffy feels.  read more
•both are the typical shoujo, romance, comedy, school setting anime
•both have an awkward/shy/unsocial/ young girl who attracts the popular boy in the school
•both main girl protagonists are not the same, one chooses not to make friends, the other wants friends
•both have the popular boy, falling in love with them, and slowly the girls develop/understand/learn/grew attached to the popular boy in some way or another
•both girls develop and grow throughout the anime, making new friends, rivals, the usual etc...
the pace of the development of feelings is hugely different, in Kimi the whole anime is about confessing and understanding, while in Sukitte its revealed in the first couple of episodes.
•sukitte feels more mature in a way, than kimi ni todoke,
•similar with the typical unpopular girl that attracts the most popular guy, shoujo genres, etc... read more
- Art style.
- Story progression
- A shy girl getting a relationship with the most popular boy in school.
- The support characters is quite similar.
In my opinion, Kimi ni Todoke is still fairly better than Sukitte li na yo in all ways.
Both anime have similar art, and the character are also rather similar. Mei and Sawako are very similar in that they are both somehow misfits, but Kurosawa is not as shy as Kazehaya. It's a very sweet and heart racing anime.
Both are about a girl who's introverted and has no friends because of some particular reason, the guy is popular with everyone and he's the one who likes her, not her who at first likes him.
I guess from what I've seen until now the difference is that Sawako is trying to make friends while Mei doesn't want that.
-popular male lead, outcast female lead
-both female leads remain confused about their relationship to the male throughout the series
-animation style of both anime is very similar
-KNT however, is more lighthearted and comical than sukitte.
A girl who has no friends encounters the most popular boy in highschool, from then on a relationship forms. Both girls are not open, and not good at making friends, seen as weird by most people. Male protagonist is very kind and truely loved the girl, many obstacles to overcome as relationship builds. Sukitte is much faster Paced and has an overall better plot/art/charectars and if youve seen kimi ni todoke you MUST watch this its just a much better version.
Both protagonists are outcast anti-socials. However one day, they somehow bump into one of their school's most popular guys and he befriends them. But ultimately teaches her how to open up, making more friend, with of course: love triangles, crying, and drama. The story also slightly focuses on the female lead's friends and their romances.
Kimi ni Todoke seems more upbeat, soft, and relaxed despite the occasional drama. Sukitte li na yo is more dramatic and their romance progresses much faster than Kimi ni todoke does.
Most likely if you love one then you will probably end up loving the other, that is, if you like one because of the plot and story line. read more
This is a similar anime mostly because there's a huge romance layout with problems and resolutions.
Mei and Sawako: both are outcasts and they scare other students. They both are ingnored though by other students until a popular boy comes along and changes their situation.
Yamato and Shouta: Both are popular and well liked by both genders, but they both have flaws that most people don't notice.
There's also girls in both anime that make their relationship close to ending, but the couple in both of these anime stay strong.
Both have a similar initial set up: misunderstood/anti-social girl helped by the most popular guy around. Kimi ni Todoke, however, does it smarter and better. The stories strikingly similar, but one will find this one to have better development and a more satisfying ending. If you liked Sukitte Ii na yo, I can guarantee you'll enjoy Kimi ni Todoke.
The story in these 2 animes is almost the same.
The main character is a girl without any friend, and who doesn't wabt to make any friend because her feelings were hurt in the past.
In both animes, the most popular guy in the town, and the idol of the school fall in love with these girl, and then he try to make her love him and socialize with others.
Soon te girl fall in love too with the boy but she never say: i love you, just in her heart.
The boy is sorrounded by pretty girls, and soon his best friend fall in love with his girlfriend.
If you're searching for a good romance with a ot of kisses, then you can't miss this anime. read more
Sweet romance shows where at the beginning the main girl is isolated at school, but both have different reasons for that. While Mei just don't want to have friends, with Sawako just happens because people is scared of her. In both shows the life of the girl changes totally once they met the most popular guy on school.
Both animes are about a really unpopular girl who is under an impression of being scary/freaky. Both of the male heroines are also the most popular males in the school and somehow fall in love with them.
These series both really touch your heart. They both give you a heartwarming feeling, but on another note could also make you cry. If you are a rom-com lover, be sure to check these out!
They both have:
-an amazing love story.
-some drama, but just the right amount.
-the main girls were both bullied.
-the main guys helps the girls to live their life to the fullest.
if you love one, most likely you'll adore the other.
Similar to Kimi ni Todoke due to the fact that both girls has a shortage of friends in school and the male character helps her overcome that. But by all means both shows are very different in execution, but both are recommended to watch.
Very similar mood. Both are shoujo, very romantic but sweet. Both main characters find it difficult to interact with people and are brought out of their shells by a popular boy. Kimi Ni Todoke is funnier, though, but overall both shows are great.
Both are high school romances, and both have a popular guy falling for the odd girl who doesn't fit in. The female heroine in both are quite peculiar characters, not your typical cutesy girl I guess. Both focuses on how people can change when they meet new people and when they fall in love :)
Mc girl is very shy and awkward and fall for the most popular boy in school. They struggle to convey their feelings which leads to misunderstandings. Both have typical shoujo school setting and the girls grow a lot through out the series. Both are very heart warming stories that will touch your heart, if you like one of them I'll guarantee you'll like the other.
the concept is pretty similar; a girl meets boy that changes her world. both have very cute moments but hardships are bound to happen. definitely watch sukitte li na yo if you want something like kimi ni todoke !
Both Shoujo, the main characters are very similar, the plot is very similar, and both romances progress at a slow pace.
If you like romantic and cliche "misunderstandings", romantic triangles, and moments when you just want to yell at them "Just kiss already!" then this one is for you.
Both animes are about a female MC who have trouble fitting in but get help from the most popular guy in the school. (Both are unpopular females with popular male characters)
There is a difference in these two animes.
In Sukitte li na yo, the MC went through horrible experiences in the past when it came to friends and them betraying her, so she chooses not to fit in and never to have friends
Whereas in Kimi ni Todoke, even though she also didn't have a good past due to people avoiding her, the female MC tries her best to fit in but is commonly turned down each time due to her uncanny resemblance to the evil girl from the ring and her inability to properly talk and greet people without looking menacing.
Both animes have a female MC who gets talked to by the most popular guy in school. Both of which act extremely nice and try to help and crack the main characters and eventually fall for them. Both stories are cute and fangirly to watch and are both filled with tons of drama and romance as well.
Kimi ni Todoke has a lot more comedy than Sukitte li na yo, but that won't stop you from enjoying both.
I rate both a 8/10. If you're a romance/drama/comedy lover and are looking for a good couple, love dovey anime, I recommend these two. read more
I would say that Kimi ni Todoke and Sukitte Ii na yo are unique romance anime that are not repetitive or so similar to the same plots of other romance anime. Also, they have a unique plot and connections with different characters.
What I mean not similar to plots of other romance anime are the like the ones who falls in love with someone else because of their looks or how long they spend time with them. I know there are others that understands what the person they love feels, but this is very different.
- Both female MC's are shy loners who nobody likes, but actually are very kind
- Both female MC's are "saved" by the super popular and kind male MC
- Both female MC's attempt to make friends thanks to the advice of the male MC
- Both have a super popular and cute female antagonist who tries to sabotage their relationship and make the female MC back into being a loner
There is A LOT of love-tension, although this series progresses much more quickly than Kimi Ni Todoke. Both series' main characters are fairly shy to start with and a bit outsider for one reason or another.
- Both are about a girl who is an outcast in school though they have very opposite perceptions about friend making.
- Both also have a very popular male lead who is curious about the girl and wants to befriend her.
- The two have pretty much the same premise. Mei isn't quite as dark as Sawako, but she still has problems interacting with others, and Yamato is just like Kazehaya, except he moves quicker.
- If you liked Kimi ni Todoke or Suki-tte Ii na yo, you should check the other out.
Suki-tte Ii na yo, reminds me of a faster pace version of Kimi ni Todoke. As you can tell from the title of episode one of Suki-tee Ii na you, it's much faster paced, but it works well for this anime. I wouldn't want Kimi ni Todoke to be much faster than it is, and so far I wouldn't want Suki-tte Ii na yo to be any slower than it is. read more
Popular handsome sought after guy falls for the shy awkward friendless girl. Both have that theme in common. Sukitte is faster paced and Kimi takes its time building the relationships and characters. In my opinion Kimi ni Todoke has a better story, characters and is better overall, but Sukitte Ii na yo isn't bad by any means. So, if you liked Sukitte, you'll love Kimi ni Todoke.
Sukitte Ii na yo is similar to Kimi ni Todoke in every aspect, especially in the term of storyline and characters. if you like heartwarming anime with a little friendship and friendzone stuff, then they will be a suit choice
The resemblance between these two are amazingly high:
- Guy and a Girl
- The girl doesn't have friends because of something that happened in the past
- The guy falls for the girl and wants to protect her
and so on.. just watch the first episode of both
•both are the usual shoujo, romance, school life, comedy genre......
•both have a main protagonist girl that chooses not to have friends
•both have a well handsome/good looking/cute male that falls head over heels for them
•both girls slowly develop feelings for them, and address by confessing the issue in the first couple of episodes
•both males want to protect the girl
•both gain friends/rivals
•similar in the typical school life romance.
- Both Shizuku and Mei don't care about socializing, but that changes after they meet Haru and Yamato.
- Both Haru and Yamato are insecure about their relationship with their girlfriend. Haru dislikes Shizuku spending time with Yamaken, while Yamato dislikes Mei getting closer to Kai.
Both have a female lead that doesn't think they need friends or anyone for that matter. And both have a male lead that sees her differently than everyone else. And the male leads make the female question her own values.
Both are about love overpowering everything, and watching people's attitudes on life change.
Both also include a very small, but notable love triangle.
It is definitly a quick romance that displays a girl who learns lessons on life while liking a cool, most popular, good looking guy in the school. This anime does have a cute, and sweet atmosphere when watching the 2 mains
The main heroine both have their lives changed once they make friends and fall in love. Sukitte li na yo is a more realistic take on high school that deals with bullying and emotional problems. Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun is more light hearted with more comedy but are great
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun (My little monster-English name) and Sukitte Ii na yo. (Say "I love you") both start the same. There is a unpopular girl, and a boy who's not like her... In My little Monster, the boy (Haru) is misunderstood for being a delinquent type character after spilling blood on the first day. In Say I love you, Yamato is the most popular guy in school and seemingly out of reach. In both anime, there is a confession in the first episode. They both have manga that continue the story. So really, they both are fast-moving romance anime with a lot of comedy.
Both made from the same creator and have a cute love story. As they both have some hilarious side characters and adorable side romances. Both girls have that 2nd boy that are head over heals for them, but can't except there love. I promise you that neither of them will disappoint you!
To start of both shows have same genres (shoujo,slice of life,romance,school..etc.)
The main Character of Sukitte ii na yo is similair to Shizuku (the MC of TnKk) ,at the start both of them don't have friends and obviously no love experience and are saying to them selfs stuff like ''I don't need friends they only use each other'',''I don't have time for that'',and then you have Yamato and Haru (The male MCs of the show) that both pick an intrest to these ''anti-social'' girls and so love slowly starts blooming (lol)
-Sorry for the sucky description,but you should give them a try, i guarantee that you will like both of them :) read more
The animes are actually very similar.
Both Mei and Shizuku are very reserved and "lone wolfish" until their love interest appears turning their world upside down. The only main difference that may or may not upset people is Sukitte Ii Na Yo doesn't have a beach scene[the manga does though!].
Sukitte Ii Na Yo also is a bit more mature than Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun on the relationship aspect.
Say I Love You is also a bit rushed but so is My Little Monster since they both kiss in the first episode.
They're both great and cute short series of romance to watch if you want a bit of tsundere in your anime love life.  read more
- Both of these anime have the same type of main characters, the unsociable girl that eventually makes friends, and the tall, black-haired male.
- Similiar Storyline.
- They are both full of misunderstandings because of the characters keeping their thoughts for themselves without telling anyone.
- Both anime series consist of characters that are "new" to love.
- Both of these series center around high shool romance, while Tonari is more quirky and fun, Suki-tte is more of a coming of age drama type.
Sukitte Ilnayo is much more innocent and lovey-dovey, while Kaibatsu has a lot more comedy. But that being said they are both very well done love stories between two unlikely people. read more
Socializing is a drag, really. Both female characters have a rather weak social life, and just struggle with their friend-relationships. Later, both are pushed over their limit by ongoing extroverted male leads, and slowly-- or perhaps unexpectedly develop a love-relationship.
Taking place in a school life environment, both series represent classic shoujo with its cast of characters. The main female protagonist has a complex relationship with the main male protagonist. Throughout both series, there are obstacles that tests their relationship as well. The female protagonist also makes friends with others but suffers from a lack of confidence on occasions. They also get ostracized by certain friends as result of the relationships she develops with others. Recommended for fans of romance/shoujo. Ao Haru Ride has more comedy while Sukitte li no yo conveys more drama.
*A shoujo anime
*Building love between characters
*Similar to typical school life romance both have a well handsome/good looking/cute male/female that falls head over heels for them
*Amazing art style
*A popular manga turning into another wonderful anime!
*Rivalry between people whether it is love or friendship
-Both are Romance and Slice of Life in school
-Both has likable art that doesn't disturb the eye
-Both have that comedy side to them
-Both girls have the innate feeling that they are head over heels for the guy
-Both are a regular high school romance story
-Both really are great manga and anime
Sukitte Ii na yo and Ao Haru Ride are not completely similar, however they do have some things in common. For example: -Both take place around a school setting
-Have similar art/animation
-Both of the main characters face hardship in their relationship
-Characters learn how to love/care for someone.
If you like cheesy romance stuff, these are anime you must watch! :)
Both anime have this school romance thing going on, with a cute guy and a "complicated" girl who keep pushing the guy away.
Both anime have lovable characters that you just cannot start to love, but at the same time, both of the anime got this girl in the main role, who can be a little bit annoying.
But overall, both are hella amazing, and if you have seen one of them, then you would totally love the other one.
The romance between the two cannot be judged.
The Romance development between both of these is amazing, if you enjoyed the High school romance setting in Say i Love you with the Ups and Downs then you will also enjoy Ao Haru Ride, both similar and different with there own developments and twists.
As Ao Haru Ride, Sukitte li na yo is a sweet romance story. I really enjoyed it and I really recommend it, specially because it has more romance scenes than ao haru. It has an emotional backstory and a happy romantic end.
Two amazing and touching shows.
Both Sukitte Ii na yo and Ao Haru Ride:
- Are shoujo.
- Have cool and relaxing atmosphere.
- Involve the process of making friends and adapting to school life.
- Explore the romance between the main characters.
They are both romance anime, I'd say that because I watched Ao haru ride I found Sukitte li na yo pleasing to watch as it was a smooth transition and filled my need for more of the love Ao haru ride couldn't give me in it's ending.
The romance and their relationship is as soft as in Bgi. The art style is very beautiful, also in Bokura ga ita kind of original I may add. There are also past events that have an impact on characters' relationship.
Both series are lighthearted romantic comedies that is filled with drama, comedy, and romance.
Bokura ga Ita and Sukitte Ii na yo. both has a main girl who is average and normal while the main male protagonist is popular and well liked. However, as they get to know each other, both of them begins to develop feelings.
Both series also has misunderstandings that deals with jealousy that takes place at a school life setting.
Bokura ga Ita is more realistic than Sukitte Ii na yo, but some situations from each is similar and the characters from each anime/manga share similar personality traits. Honestly I would recommend Bokura ga Ita in a heart beat over Sukitte Ii na yo, because the Sukittie Ii na yo anime wasn't that great(I prefer the manga way more). Although I love the Sukitte Ii na yo manga, I haven't read the Bokura ga Ita manga yet, so I can't compare them until I do...I'll be sure to recommend it when I do(then you will get a great comparison paragraph)
PS: Bokura ga Ita isn't your average shoujo(I'm not even sure if I want to call a shoujo), its a true realistic love story...thats what makes it so beautiful(I rate it a 10/10). Be sure to watch it! read more
Another anime with a similar art feeling as well as a similar theme of love and relationship difficulties. The heroines of both, Nanami and Mei, fall in love with the popular guy and struggle with what to do afterwards, leading them on a rollercoaster of thoughts and emotions throughout as their relationships evolve, dissolve, and resolve throughout.
Both are very emotional animes that show development within relationships and hardships between characters. They both have two highschool students dating, one being an insecure and shy girl who is with a well known, popular, handsome guy that is rumored to be a playboy.
Personally, I didn't like either of these series, but to those who do, these two series are very similar in a few ways:
-The girls are comparing themselves to other people.
-The relationship starts early on.
-There's plenty of drama in both series.
-Both main protagonists have some secrets of their own.
So yes, I personally did not find these enjoyable, but to the fans of shoujo anime, these are quite similar in every which way.
Both shows focus more on the 'after confession' part of the relationship, rather than the buildup to it. They also explore all sides of a relationship, from the good to the bad
Both pairs also show similarities as the females are both relatively quiet and softspoken, whereas the males are your classic most popular in the class
Both titles are about teenagers falling in love with each other. This is happening slowly, step by step. They're trying to get to know each other better and understand.
Both contain many funny scenes. The main female characters are similiar in their behavior.
It starts the same, boy meets girl who is different from the others same apply for usui and Yamato,
The art differs in the eyes, but it doesnt really mater if ur in it for the story.Kaichou as comedy as well as little drama , so as sukitte Ii na yo that is why i recommend them both good and fun to watch :3
Ps: you'll find usui/yamato really alike (Strong,handsome with a lot a girls around the, but only caring for one)
This anime is kinda like Kaichou Wa Maid-Sama with a guy following or a guy loves a beautiful-yet-no friends girl.. And he saves her from a dude by kissing her in the lips directly.. And there story goes on..
Both anime's follow a relationship between a girl and a boy. Both boys are the most popular and loved in the school, while the girls are distant within life.
Also, the girls are saved by the boy at least once in each anime.
Cute, funny, girly and super romantic. Check out Sukitte Ii na yo if you loved Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
These two titles have high school students falling in love.
The male and female roles are very similar. The males are more popular and the females are more focused on life with no interest with having a romantic relationship at first. Each title has lots of cute and funny scenes.
Both have lots of comedy and romance. But kaichou wa maid sama is more of a secret love while the other is very open. I don't know hot so explain this but it is totally worth watching if u love romance and comedy animes
In Kaichou wa Maid-sama! she has friend in female gender but in Sukitte Ii na yo? does not ave any in non gender.
Leader male is handsome,tall and looking good,who is center attraction.
That fall for a girl who is center of unattractive.
After,one eye contact the boy falls for the girl,then the girl starting to have friend and it story goes.
Both have wonderful Love story.
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji and Sukitte Ii na yo are similar in many ways:
I. ) The main male character is manipulative against the main female character.
II. ) The main female character falls for the male's manipulation.
III. ) The main male character is loved by all the girls in the area because of his looks.
IV. ) There are many ups and downs in the relationship but somehow manage.
That about sums up both animes' plots. I told it indirectly so it doesn't ruin it for you. But both anime are awesome either way.
The main character is an unpopular girl that loves the hottest guy in school. Though his character is sadistic and treats the girl like a dog as a reward for posing as her boyfriend they soon fall in love with each other.
This anime is the first one that came in my mind when i saw Sukitte li na yo and i highly recommend you watch it.
The romance in both of these anime is extremely cute yet slightly cringe worthy at times. If you're not a fan of secondhand embarrassment these shows probably aren't for you. Ookami shoujo to kuro ouji is my favorite shoujo/romance of all time. I felt that the premise was unique even within the romance genre and the endings were satisfying and well executed (although I'm still hoping for a season 2 for both shows).
Both of the series have one of the lead characters chasing for the love of the other in "Say I love you" it is Yamato who wants Mei to admit that she loves but she is too embarrassed to say it, "Wolf girl and black prince" it is the exact opposite it is Erika that wants to hear the 3 magic words from Kyouya who is shy to say them. Both stories end with the shy leads finally admitting that they are in loves with their significant others (however it happens earlier in "Wolf girl" than in "Say I love You")
If you're looking for another awesome romance anime, that will make your heart skip a beat, then this series is the one for you! Although there are some flaws within the anime, I still enjoyed this series. If you're just a casual anime fan, than more the reason you need to watch this anime, right now!
I am not sure if I can really link those two with something as precise as similiar characters but I for one enjoyed Toradora as much as I enjoyed Sukitte Ii na yo.
They are both romance anime, both female leads are kind of misunderstood even if it's not in the same way and are both wonderful people once you get to know them. The male leads have both very unique characters and both anime make you feel that little tingly feeling that makes you want to burst whenever something good happens.
Ultimately, all characters are tangled in a romance that in the case of Toradora isn't exactly defined at the beginning (no spoilers :3) but are both beautiful in their own way.
Toradora is a bit longer so it makes you enjoy more twists to the plot than Sukitte Ii na yo but the story never feels too long or there just to fill the episode count.
Say I Love You is similar yet very different than Toradora. Both anime follow a building relationship between the two main characters. If you are looking for a good rom-com, I would totally recommend Toradora!!
Both rom-coms based on misunderstandings between the main male and female characters.
They both come across light-hearted at funny while also tackling deeper topics (e.g. trust in relationships).
Overall they're both just really cute romances.
If there is love, there is a relationship.
In both series, there's both of that. Both series features a plain looking girl who attracts the attention of a very popular guy at school. They have a strange relationship at first but later on begins to have real feelings for one another.
Both series takes place at a school environment that brings forth drama, comedy, romance, and other factors that also deals with some emotions.
There are supporting characters in both series that becomes obstacles to the duo in their perspective series often creating complications in relationships.
Both anime is about high school and love growing between the two main characters. But Itazura na kiss is throughout their young life until adulthood which is great as it shows 'love' can last throughout high school, university and work. Also if you want comedy next to love then you will truly love the beauty of Itazura na Kiss. Furthermore, the two animes is about opposite attraction. So give it ago.
Even though Peach Girl has more comedy, both anime have this girl that is trying to sabotage the lead female characters love life. There is absolutely no communication in either anime between the characters resulting in a lot of nonsense that could have been avoided. They are fun, frustrating romances, that are worth watching.
this anime also has a good english dub and is a romance with ups and down that will keep you on the edge on your seat! the love triangles are very similar and every episode is entertaining. (no filler!!)
-Both have a female lead who has a hard time making friends but make more through the male lead.
- Both are slice of life romance with a school theme.
-Both have male leads with girls that like him but give up on him after he chooses to go out with the female lead.
-Both have a female lead who work at a bakery.
-Both have a male lead with a perverted friend.
I'll stop here and let you find out the rest of the similarities by watching the show.
-both have quiet and awkward female leads. both of which gain friends and become more open as the animes progress.
-both of which do not know how to go about their feelings for the male lead.
-both have a male lead wanting the female lead's attention.
-both have another male character also wanting the female's lead.
-inu x boku is a bit more crass, and cutesy.
-say i love you is more realistic and serious, with humor spread throughout.
Although the genre of Inu x Boku SS is somewhat different to Sukitte Ii na yo, it is definitely a romance anime among everything else.
The girl is shy and distrusts everyone around her.
The main male love interest is tall and handsome, and is shown to have other woman interested in him as a result.
There are fluffy love moments like in Sukitte Ii na yo.
The main girl develops as a person, and starts letting people into her life.
School is a part of the show, however the romance doesn't take place there.
The main male isn't displayed to be above the main girl, but however she does still look up to him.
There is the incorporation of the supernatural.
The main male is older than the girl and isn't a student alongside her.
It isn't a school based show, rather most of the show is centred around the fancy hotel that the main characters all live in.
All in all if you are not set in having the same school romance set up, then the interaction between the main characters and the developing love story will satisfy you after finishing Sukitte Ii na yo! :D read more
Golden Time and Sukitte Ii na yo are the two anime that have rare plots that I have ever watched. They showed the progression of couples in these two anime, in which other romance anime, they end with the two main people falling in love with each other and having a relationship without any further progression in their relationship as a couple.
I know at first glance they seem completely different, but there is a similarity that I love about both. Both tell the story that revolves around a main couple. In both, the two not only struggle to become an item, but even when they are a thing, they still have obstacles they have to face that test their love for each other.
Just like in Sukitte Ii na yo, Kuzu no Honkai also focuses on teenage romantic and sexual feelings along with being very dramatic as well. Each character in both series has their own story to tell and hardships that shape them into who they are and why they do the things they do. If you want something like Sukitte Ii na yo but with a darker atmosphere, then I highly recommend Kuzu no Honkai!
Both are about highschool girl that isn't close to anyone and just lives her dreary life until she meets the guy that shows her the joys of youth and helps her come out of her shell.
Both focus on teenage girls feelings.
ParaKiss is more about fashion, Sukinayo is more school-ish
While KareKano has much deeper character depth that will satisfy anime veterans, Sukitte iina yo is more on the cutesy side and brings nothing new, but it's fairly well exexuted, and felt good even for a veteran like me.
Both do a rare feat in anime. Follow an actual developing relationship, and focus on the characters, instead of wasting the viewer's time with the same old "we love eachother and we know it but we need to make up crap to keep us appart or there's no plot".
If you were to take mixes of the show Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun and mash it with Kare Kano, the baby would be Sukitte Ii na yo. Or, reverse, if you take Tonari and Sukitte Ii na yo, and make babies with them, the result is Kare Kano.
They both have similar concept of a popular guy falling for a girl who is most shy in school and had given up on making friends. In both anime the guy tries to change the girl to start making friends and to be beautiful. In both anime the main guy is a model but in Say I love you ,he was a model for short time. The main guy seems to be chasing my many girls who can do anything for his love. But in Yamato Nadeshiko Shichihenge there are many guys who tries to change the girl.
The World is Still Beautiful is a love story like Say I Love You. These two animes both include a main girl character that is reluctant to love the guy at first. Also these two animes include some humor.
Both girls are quite shy, anti-social, don't have many friends etc. But both MC's find someone who helps them to come our of the shell. They find friends, start trusting and liking people and in the end get's someone to love and be with
Both anime have great animation and catchy story. I find most similarities where characters are competing with each other to get their wanted partner. Some guys are annoying goofs, while others are quite kind and care for the girl.
As for ´´Real girl´´, I´ve seen only one episode and I strongly dislike it. Both anime have a similar start, where the ´´known, popular´´ person kisses and somehow helps the other protagonist, which has trouble with social life and then they start dating and develop feelings for each other. So called ´´quick romance´´ Not realistic or too realistic characters...
Both have a popular guy in love with the most shy girl in the whole school. In both the guy tries his best to gently persuade the girl in making friends .Both have similar art style and are extremely romantic. In both at first the main girl tries to avoid the guy but then slowly fall for them.
Nazo no Kanojo X and Sukitte li na yo both share a same general plot but told in two different artistic representations. Where Nazo no Kanojo X is a bit more fantasy due to the importance and connection between Urabe and Tsubaki through saliva, Sukitte li na yo's story is rooted more in a realistic representation on two people in school from different groups and different personalities can find a lasting love within each other. Both are tested throughout their own stories but both will leave you hopeful in the power of love.
A romantic love story, similar to Sukitte Ii na yo. Really cute, with a happy ending.
The main protagonist falls in love with a person, who's truly different from what he thought. He mainly he likes the girl not because she's cute, but instead for who she really is. An "out-of-friend zone" love story, with a lot of funny moments, sometimes sad.
Both of them show us how we should handle our issues and are about human relationships that are not so far away from the reality.
Both are interesting romance anime with a straightforward guy who falls in love with a girl at first sight.
If you like a short shoujo anime with a school setting, you should watch Sukitte Ii no yo and if you like a little longer anime with more drama and a sport setting, you should watch Suzuka.
Anyway if you like romance, you should just watch both.
Nanami, like mei is a high school girl, with her own difficult circumstances. She is evicted from her house because of her father's gaming debts. Then she meets Mikage who let's her live in his shrine.
The romance is funny,cute and heratbreaking at the same time, the storyline is very good.
The difference is that Mey has one boyfriend, while in Kamisama Nanami is surronded by bishounen boys: Tomoe, Kurama, Mizuke and more...
Both anime consist of girls who were happy at a young age, and then as they got older they both can't trust anyone and they were alone for a long period of time. Finally, a guy comes along and brightens up their lives. They both share the same genre (romance).
similar in a few ways:
+ both have a girl with few to none friends
+ both girls like a popular guy
+ both are scared/not willing to make friends
+ both are cute when they smile :3
+ both have a realy cheerfull guy as main lead
They are both love stories that have a bit of dimension to them.
One dealing with complex love issues between the main character helping others with their relationships (Sukitte Ii Na Yo)
The other dealing with the fact of two main love stories that tie in together at some point (ef: A Tale of Melodies)
ef: A Tale of Memories is also a good idea to watch.
Both have a similar mellow feeling to it.
Both are about school and teenage life.
Both have very similar nice and calming music.
Both have cats in the show :3
I think that if you like one you'll certainly like the other.
They both have hot, popular male leads who fall in love with a slightly less popular girl. In Sukitte the gap between them is larger than in Aishiteruze, but both male leads push the girl into falling in love. Both female leads start of apprehensively.
The basic plot is simialar, as both stories focus on a girl that doesn't want to make friends because of something that happened in their childhood, but grow to trust people more about half-way through the series. Besides that though the shows are polar opposites.
I actually recommend the manga version of Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu, but oh well...
Anyways, both are high school love stories that begin with an unpopular, plain-looking girl who accidentally catches the attention of a really hot guy due to some violent incident. Both female heroines get a makeover and eventually form a strong bond with the male protagonist. If you enjoyed Sukitte Ii na yo, you might like Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu (the manga version)
True Tears shares a lot of different feelings and thoughts within it's action. If you liked the nice character development and the plot itself from this anime , I am sure you will enjoy the other just as much or maybe even more. However, it is a high risk of crying, so if you decide to watch True Tears and then Sukitte Ii na yo, prepare your tissues if you are a sentimental person.
These are actually not very similar, but if you liked one you will like other because these days it is not easy to find a romance anime that does not turn out to be harem. However, these two are not like that and are very satisfying with their romance and drama. In both, the main character loves only one girl. In Kimikiss, it first looks like the main loves another girl but the day his friend comes to his home, he starts to like her—he just doesn't realize this until end. In short, if you love romance anime that does not contain action or fantasy, you will like both these series. read more
Though both come from the same genre, they have a significant differences in their respective romantic-comedy blends. Sukitte li na yo is more romantic while Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou is more comedic. Aside from that, they have similar character art, quiet female protagonists who go through a progressive change, a school setting, entertaining supporting characters, and romantic moments that'll inspire a smile.