Rosario to Vampire and Jitsu wa Watashi wa are series of romantic comedy where the protagonist discovers a vampire girl, becoming its first friend. Where in addition he is attracted to her despite her appearance and accept it, watch over her so that his friendship does not die, also discovering more people with different particularities in his own school. Different comic occurrences will pass through the space, where the friendship will be tested and filled with joy to that girl of whom she had never felt.
Both male MC are attending the schools where there are monster appearing like humans.
Both have female MC who are vampires.
Both are harems.
As I watched "Jitsu wa Watashi wa" I immediately thought of "Rosario + Vampires". So I felt that there was a strong similarity between the two.
Supernatural harem surrounded by monster girls. Although the main character only pursues one girl, he is still chased by others. Like Rosario + Vampire, Jitsu wa Watashi wa both have a vampire girl as the main female lead that is the pursued by the normal and useless yet "charming" main character.
Loser highschooler gets supernatural girlfriend which cascades into every girl around him thinking he's awesome, nonsensical comedic moments ensue. To Love Ru is themed more consistently on a new alien every episode and has a lot more ecchi to the point it gets tiring but still has enough chaos to be entertaining while Jitsu Watashi quickly mixes fantasy and sci fi themes with a bit less crazy things but the ecchi is much more controlled. Both female leads are sort of air heads, main difference is Lala invents more things to get the gang in trouble (and again, ecchi is more common with her show) while Youko is just slow in an endearing cute way. read more
Jitsu wa Watashi wa and To LOVE-Ru both series:
- They have a protagonist who wants to confess to the girl he likes, but certain facts prevent him from doing so.
- The protagonist meets a girl who is really (in Jitsu wa Watashi wa is vampire and in To LOVE-Ru a alien), where he must hide that truth before the others, so that he does not return to the place where he belongs.
He also discovers that there are more people like them, who hide their true nature.
- We have the class president who hides her feelings until she says enough is enough.
- We have the character who changes sex, who is a friend of the girl's childhood.
Two series of romantic comedy, with touches of harem, where any madness can happen (constantly). read more
airheaded main female MC's, but super kawaii and lovely? :D
turn on your airconditioner at full power, cuz you will be melt by the cuteness of these 2 female MC's. if you have watched "To Love Ru", try "Jitsu wa watashi wa".
and enjoy the fun :D
Both have the same plot were it involves boy who is in the company of freaks, but JwWw has more subtle freakish characters are disguise as normal people while in MMnIN the freakish characters are profound. Also, the guy in one anime is very much a wimp compared to the guy in the other anime. On a harem level one is a true harem, while the other is a false harem.
-Both have monster girls
-Both are a harem series to an extent
-Both have an average main male character
-Both main male characters have to choose one girl
-Both start out with one love interest but eventually more girls show up
-Both have fanservice
-Both have an array of interesting characters
-Both aired in the summer of 2015
-Both have catchy theme songs
-In Monster Musume the setting mainly the main protagonist's house and in Jitsu wa Watashi wa the main setting is the highschool
-Monster Musume has adult characters while in Jitsu wa Watashi wa the characters are mainly teens.
-Monster Musume is more fanservice based
-Monster Musume has more love intrests
-In Jistu wa Watashi wa the characters are more shy/blushy
-Monster Musume is a more sexy series while Jitsu wa Watashi wa is more cute
-In Monster Musume everyone knows monster girls exist but in Jitsu wa Watashi wa is has to be kept secret
-Monster Musume's girls are a lot more monster-esk
Bizarre creatures and demi humans were gather into one.. as they collide
The amount of refreshing a slice of life theme between each other is truly remarkable.. idea...
In order to live one must hide their secrets unlike in this one... People mostly having a normal living..
Both series have the protag trying to keep a secret for the main heroine or else something bad will happen. Also as time goes on both protags have to keep more peoples secrets as the series progresses.
Jitsu wa Watashi wa has vampires and aliens,while Seto no Hanayome has mermaids.
Overall both are really good series, and I think you will enjoy both.
I liked them for basically the same reason. They both like to poke fun at other more-average romcoms. I fell in love with the heroines, and the main characters are lovable all the same. I can REALLY get behind the romance in these shows, too. SnH and JwWw seem more alike the more I think about it
* similar heroines, including the supernatural elements (all played for laughs)
* the humor is also very similar, though Jitsuwa has less comical violence
* they have shared plot points
* meta-humor is very much present in both (though SetoHana is more of a full-blown parody, and Jitsuwa more-or-less rides the same fine line as shows like JoJo)
NOTE: the ecchi levels in both series are about the same, in case you're wondering read more
Somehow, as if magically or by a chance of genre, the MC finds himself surrounded by girls of all different kinds. While the MC may be generally unaware of their romantic status, both animes are based around the relationships they have with each other, and the time-passing comedy. Nisekoi is a little bit more on the romantic, dramatic side, while Jitsu wa Watashi wa is more on the crazy, comedic side. Regardless, both animes are very enjoyable simply because of how each of the characters and the way they interact with each other are so enjoyable. If you liked one simply because you liked the crazy comedy that went on, you'll enjoy the other. Don't come expecting good plots from either however, it's a shounen romance in the end. But that doesn't mean it's bad :) read more
Both are pretty funny Rom-Coms with a similar style of comedy and cute girls in a high school setting, also in voth animes they have to keep a secret that is very importan for the plot.
Both have really good OP songs and soundtrack.
The main difference are that the girls in Jitsu wa Watashi wa are monster.
- Male main character keeping secret for female lead
- Relationship between the two keeping the secret
- Male lead has a 'weakness' [Gynophobia vs. Inability to keep secrets]
- Romantic comedy
- Jitsu wa is fantasy/supernatural whereas mayo chiki isn't
- Mc is keeping secret willingly in Jitsu wa
Conflict of the show involves keeping the secret the females have. Similar cookie cutter characters, will they/will they not type of show.
both shows are comedic heavy, similar tropes; makes for decent popcorn flick on a hard day of work
D-Frag has similar goofy and funny comedy. Both shows have very likable characters. Both shows have you rooting for one girl in particular. Both male characters aren't typical cookie cutter designs. Both animes have a cute, funny, and unique harems.
Both are romantic comedy about vampires (and other creatures in "jitsu wa") set in school. The protagonist learns a secret about true identity of a certain girl and then all kinds of crazy stuff happens. Both anime have romance but in Karin romantic relationships is more complete and satisfying
Isshuukan Friends and Jitsu wa Watashi wa both are series of comedy, where the protagonist discovers the secret of a girl, that makes her isolate herself from others. He will become your friend, and will protect your secret, and will support you so that you may one day be well with yourself. In addition there is the risk of their friendship being frustrated, in IF is the amnesia and in Jitsu is that the girl is a vampire. Together they will become closer as they go through the chapters, with the help of their friends.
Pretty funny show with monster girls as MC and a Hero that used to be kind of a loner both after an unexpected turn of events he continues to get more monster girls in his life.
Biggest difference is Jitsu wa Watashi wa is more a Rom-Com while Kore wa Zombie Desu Ka has more action in it.
Both high-school based, and both involve a LOT of misunderstandings, misinterpretations and completely oblivious characters. There are also a lot of unexpected reactions and events which become hilarious, along with strong romantic ambition. Both really good and light-hearted shows.
Parody humour, school setting, element of supernatural and feeling of harem without actual harem in the list of genres. Also some characters are similar: Shikimi=Shiho, Guri=Youko/Akane, Yuzu=Nagisa etc. Both are not really deep (though both have some sad and not that bright scenes) and good for enjoyment.
Jitsu wa Watashi wa and Nogizaka Haruka No Himitsu are each enjoyable and humorous romantic comedies and both focus on the male mc discovering the secret of his female interest and being asked to keep it lest she suffer emotionally because of the aforementioned secret and forms off of that basis for their friendships, eventually blooming into romance. Nogizaka focuses on her being an otaku, while Jitsu wa Watashi wa focuses more on her being a vampire.