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Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru


Alternative Titles

English: Oreshura
Synonyms: Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru
Japanese: 俺の彼女と幼なじみが修羅場すぎる

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 6, 2013 to Mar 31, 2013
Premiered: Winter 2013
Broadcast: Sundays at 00:00 (JST)
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: A-1 Pictures
Source: Light novel
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.241 (scored by 142,490 users)
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Ranked: #27432
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Popularity: #316
Members: 277,583
Favorites: 1,606

Recommendations

Both have characters with embarrassing secrets from their past that they are trying to hide. 
report Recommended by umami_bomb
A main male protagonist gets caught up in multitude of romance angles. Both Nisekoi and Oreshura display relationship angles between various characters. The MC also pretends to date a popular girl at school (although for different circumstances). Throughout both series, there is implication that the main girl (Chitoge from Nisekoi, Masuzu from Oreshura) might see more to their "boyfriend" than meets the eye. Expect comedy, drama, and misunderstandings. The main male protagonist also attracts attention of other female characters that complicates his life. 
report Recommended by Stark700
School comedies with a main character that has stopped believing in love. Then, he is forced to join a club with a girl that often has a bad attitude. 
report Recommended by Liinah
Similarities: Both involves pesky girl who transferred to the guy's school. Both involves the same pesky girl who turns guy's life upside down. Both have the same school, romance, comedy and harem genre. Dissimilarities: The pesky girl in one anime is highly talented, but an airhead while the girl in the other anime is domineering and a manipulative. The harem genre in one anime is a 2 way competition........of sorts (co'z it doesn't look like there is) between the airhead girl and the guy's classmate. While in the other anime's harem genre has a 4 way competition. The school uniform for boys in one anime is not good, while the boy's school  read more 
report Recommended by Nasty001
Haganai and oreshura incorporate light-hearted humor in the daily interactions of the male lead with the main female characters. Due to joining a certain club, the male lead slowly discovers that he is placed in a situation where several girls are fighting to determine who will be his love interest. Drama ensures. 
report Recommended by bunny1ov3r
Similarities: Both involve guys who want to avoid romance. Both involve girls coming into guys' lives. Both have the same school, comedy, harem, and romance genres. Dissimilarities: Guy in one anime is gynophobic, while guy in the other anime he is simply too busy for romance. Guy in one anime is a very good student while guy in the other anime he is just an average student. The guy in one anime is centered around one girl, while the other guy in the other anime has all his harem members competing for his affection. 
report Recommended by Nasty001
These 2 shows are not similar in regards of plot or characters. The main themes are severely different. But Oreshura has a lot of jokes that are built on references from JoJo. The comedy is hilarious if you've already seen JoJo, and if you haven't, you'll miss out on a lot of them. So if you've watched JoJo, give Oreshura a try. And if you're looking to give Oreshura a shot, consider watching JoJo first. As stated in the anime; "at least watch part 4".  
report Recommended by Katakurin
Both anime has a male and female character with chuunibyou or used to have chuunibyou. In Oreshura, the male is embarrassed of it whereas in Inou-Battle, the male is proud of it and vice-versa for the female characters. The romance is really similar in how the main girls has feelings for the male protagonist. Additionally, Oreshura is a harem and contains a bit of ecchi whereas Inou-Battle doesn't. Instead, Inou-Battle has supernatural aspects. Anyways, the series both give me very similar impressions! 
report Recommended by Shonase
Both are harem shows MC has a dark past. The main heroine is similar in both shows Both has a trap best friend character. 
report Recommended by oryouohagi
Main characters are similar Similar art style Similar types of characters overall. 
report Recommended by tgaffer
-Similar Harem Anime -The main character has the same voice actor. -Every girl has some sort of interest with the main character. She will do anything for him. -We have a hot/popular, a childhood friend and many more to come XD 
report Recommended by AnimeFan500
Of course these two are similar because they are both your standard, vanilla harem show, but what what makes them noticeably connected is the main male leads mentality. Both are very studious and value education more than your typical youthful fantasies, especially the idea of falling in love. They share this sentiment largely because they want to help their family financially. The art styles are both surprisingly unique but similar to each other. Boasting bright pastel colors and giving the female characters bold hair colors that really make them stand out. 
report Recommended by dotta
Both are romance animes that have the main character having a fake girl friend, so that the girl is not constantly asked out by others.  
report Recommended by treemanisaboss
Both have same type of Male MC . They both are intelligent and cool creatures that i admire and they see realistic precept of the society .  
report Recommended by nekkoMaster
The art is close to being similar to the art of Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata, and has harem in it which in turn they both have. The only difference of this anime from OreShura is that the MC here is a game-maker while in OreShura, he's an anti-love kinda guys. 
report Recommended by VanquishedSouls
If you like the idea of having one particular character get involved with numerous women and trying to figure out why, then this one is perfect for you. Just know that the animation might be slightly different from the former, but it should still be a great expereince for you. 
report Recommended by albertbrown
These two series are extremely similar to each other, both anime having a main character who has their own harem but both of them have a disability to restrict the main characters to do what they want. This aspect included in both of the anime can lead to very cringy, heart-breaking, or even side-splitting laughter.  
report Recommended by Rifuyun
The protagonist meets a new girl over time who end up having a liking for the mc 
report Recommended by SolidH2O
1st girlfriend (not expected) everyone shocked Harem. loli osananajimi Ecchi+ 
report Recommended by Ryzm
Similar relationship between the two main characters. The girl (Masuzu/Takagi) is invincible, while the boy (Eita/Nishikata) keep getting teased/embarrassed. 
report Recommended by renzospark
Well, both anime involve a Main Character who gets bullied/humiliated by the other Main Character. Also, both MCs have a notebook which is very precious to them. OreShura is more comedic & lighthearted (where our main protagonist didn't really care about getting humiliated), while Koe no Katachi is more serious & darker. 
report Recommended by renzospark
The main character is not at all interested in engaging in a romantic kind of relationship, but later on falls in love with a character of the opposite sex. 
report Recommended by KaiserLos24
Both are harem club anime that can be entertaining and funny. Seitokai no Ichizon is much more potent and memorable because of the awesome male lead and the biting parodies. 
report Recommended by shigeru212
same gender of otoko taking care of an onanoko.,.,also same drama, comedy romance thing.,., but in ore no kanojo there is more romance and some harem.,., 
report Recommended by Byakuran-j
The main character has flashes regarding Chuunibyou-syndrome.  
report Recommended by Wolferine
Both series involves a main male protagonist who gets involved with a strange girl in the very first episode. They form a relationship and endures many events together. Both series' main male protagonist also has other love interests that occasionally causes mayhem for the duo. Both series makes various jokes with the main female protagonist being the center of it all that often results in embarrassing moments for the main male protagonist. Both series takes place at a typical high school setting where there is drama, comedy, and romance. 
report Recommended by Stark700
chuunibyou protagonist and some main character, the protagonist also try to forget his embarassing past but end up use that as his weapon sometimes romance in chuunibyou, although the story is more focused on fake lover like nisekoi 
report Recommended by Fraiiz-Wanderer
Similarities -Both anime have leading male protagonists that prefer a certain activity over love -Both anime have leading female protagonists that manage to change the main males life style around by using their activities to benefit themselves -Comedic moments throughout the show though Kami's humor is more over the top than Ore's humor Differences -Keima [Kami Main] prefers bishojo games over love / Eita [Ore Main] prefers studying over love -Elsie [Kami Main] uses Keima's skills at beating bishojos games [GOOGLE IT] in order to conquer the hearts of real girls in order to regain the loose souls / Masuzu [Ore Main] uses Eita's "Study Over Love" personality in  read more 
report Recommended by AnimeForDummies
Same clueless guy surrounded by plenty beautiful girls Same comedy wrapped around their friendship and the girls open fight for the main guy Similar love story. Difference is IS is based around mecha fighting. 
report Recommended by Growler
In both anime, the main character is forced into a relationship with another character. Both of these anime contain a little bit of drama, but overall they are lighthearted romantic-comedies. 
report Recommended by Xenovius
They has the same Harem thing. But they do have different plots and Date A Live focuses on each character more while Oreshura focuses mostly on only one. 
report Recommended by ferguskusaribe
Both girls in these anime fall for one guy. If you love school romance drama and this anime is for you. and both are definitely worth watching! 
report Recommended by bloody_Venus55
both are definitely worth watching! both are Romantic Comedy. both are my two favorites harem anime. all the girls in these two anime are like a box of chocolate you'll never know what you're gonna get. If only i have to choose i"ll choose all of them  
report Recommended by bloody_Venus55
- Both of them start with a pessimistic guy that eventually accepts his new life - Harem shows with a significant amount of girls - Both of them have a bishonen - Both have childhood friends 
report Recommended by PyraXadon