Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou

Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls

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English: Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls
Synonyms: MonMusu
Japanese: モンスター娘のいる日常


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 8, 2015 to Sep 23, 2015
Premiered: Summer 2015
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 00:30 (JST)
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Lerche
Source: Manga
Genres: HaremHarem, ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, EcchiEcchi, FantasyFantasy, SeinenSeinen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity


Score: 7.101 (scored by 289643289,643 users)
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Ranked: #32222
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Popularity: #210
Members: 519,297
Favorites: 3,390


Monster Musume is the much more... lewd take on the concept- people or demi-humans trying to find a place in our world (or japan at least). They both showcase a little of what it's like for these girls, living in a world that isn't quite made for them.  
report Recommended by Snarkles
A harem involving a generic looking human boy surrounded by love interests that are....girls...youkai monsters that is...the only difference is that the human-youkai co-habitation doesn't exist and is shun from the human world. Also the youkais are supposed to blend in human society instead of unleashing their true youkai form in the public.  
report Recommended by dagengarmaster92
-Both anime involve monster/demon girls -Both anime show lots of boobies (OPPAI!) -Both main male characters don't know which girl they want to stay with In both anime, main male characters are seduced by monster/demon girls, in a very similar way (OPPAI!). In High School DxD saga we watch Issei Hyoudou's POV while in Monser Musume, Kimihito's role (main male character) seems to be secondary, although we know it is his POV. Maybe later we can see his very own personality...  
report Recommended by LeonardoDioCapra
Both shows focuse on monster girls and have hard ecchi scene with them. Similar art style The ecchi for both shows go hard core and full nudity 
report Recommended by KastekPL
Both have a "dilligent" main character who makes all the girls around him fall for him. Both are harem. Both of them have mosnster girls like lamia, centaurs, mermaids, harpies, arachnides etc.  
report Recommended by vinsmoke_kun
When I started watching Monster Musume the first anime that fell into my mind was To Love Ru. Both anime's have a male character who gets his life turned upside down because of alien girls moving into his house. In Monster Musume it is a part of a human/alien treaty to improve the relationship between humans and these monster girls. In To Love Ru it is a princess running away to avoid a forced marriage and instead wanted the main character from that anime as his partner. As a result in this anime. The main characters gets into a lot of trouble caused by a harem of girls. A  read more 
report Recommended by Skurd
Monster Musume and Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid are both slice of life anime that about the lives of cute monster girls that live with the main character. 
report Recommended by Jayage
Its very similar because these animes have monster girls in it that goes around one guy. 
report Recommended by Covetousness
Sekirei and Monster Musume are two ecchi harems that involve non-human girls living in the same house as the main character. The characters from each show are extremely similar; I can associate almost every main character of Monster Musume to a Sekirei character. Both shows have some comedy in them. In both shows, there's a character that strictly forbids the MC to have sex with the girls (Smith and Miya)  
report Recommended by Brutal98
Both have governed law's to explicitly ban anything sexual in their relative settings. 
report Recommended by Aalydon
I just wanted to recommend Kiitarou Shounen no Youkai Enikki to anyone who hasn't watched it yet. It's a short anime with less than 5 minute episodes, but I do think it's a very good one. Now, I will explain why I want to recommend Kiitarou Shounen no Youkai Enikki to anyone who has watched Monster Musume. Both are, of course, ecchi stories with a shota main character; there's a tiny bit of harem in Kiitaro but I wouldn't say it's as dominant as it is in Monster Musume. Both anime feature a cast of different extraordinary monster (I can't really call those cuties "monsters",  read more 
report Recommended by ShonenLove
Both are totaly crazy comedies focusing on guy taking care of hopeless fantasy girls. Guy is not perfect prince in Konosuba and I like that that we have a bit different view on the problem.  
report Recommended by Bubakbumbac
Main Characters from both series are voiced by Majima Junji and play the role as "caretaker" for a group of girls who aren't human. Both have Comedy and Ecchi elements (although MonMusu focuses more on Ecchi than Kore wa). Both are fun to watch. 
report Recommended by Setsura1
Both of these shows are borderline hentai and push the boundaries of what is able to be broadcasted on television. Both feature extreme ecchi scenes that would satisfy any ecchi fan that can't push it a level up and just watch hentai. For anyone who likes ecchi that pushes it's limits, watch both of these shows. 
report Recommended by Melonsoda1
I think that is similar, and I'm not gonna say anything cuz ur guna have to watch it for urself 
report Recommended by A5phyxia
Both are about Monster Girls. 
report Recommended by Mat
Comedy is done in the same kind of way, it feels surprisingly similar. 
report Recommended by MrPicklesAndTea
Both are harem-ecchi anime with otherworldly beings and a considerably strong mc. 
report Recommended by WowCrocco
Similarities: Both involves the MC having a menagerie of exotic girls ( if you know what I mean) Both involves the harem vying for the MC's love. In both case the MC was reluctant to not get into their harem's bad side.... Dissimilarities: Monmosu MC never gets to do his harem. The harem members arrived to the MC's life by another part-time harem member. Peter Grill: MC gets to do his harem. The harem member only wants the MC's love juice to make babies for them to own.  
report Recommended by Horn_dawg_2019
Both anime include Monster characters and has a lot of comedy. \\\٩( 'ω' )و //// 
report Recommended by Animaddiction
Very Similar Harem Anime Both In Art Style and Comedy. 
report Recommended by GokaiReborn
The same illustration where it involves half human and half animal-like girls and a guy who is more in danger being with them then with anybody else, however in one anime the guy itself has to protect his wards from other people , in the other the guy is merely a salve to his wards. Also the half animal and half human character in one anime were simply in existence already who just came out in the other anime they were a result of a science experiment that were manufactured to do combat with one another.  
report Recommended by Whoahoho
Monogatari Series in a NUTSHELL. If you like the Monogatari Series, you SHOULD definitely like MonMusu as well. 
report Recommended by Bennittou
Similarities: •The protagonist in both anime share similar personalities. •All the main characters live together. •Oppai for days. •Almost similar genres (romance, ecchi, harem, etc.). •Both shows have different species (angels, demons, lamias, harpies, centaurs, etc.). Differences: •On top of all the fan service, Shinmai Maou actually has a plot whereas Monmusu doesn't. •Shinmai Maous fan service is a lot more better (or worst, depending on if you enjoy it or not) than Monmusu. •Shinmai Maou has a lot of action, something that Monmusu doesn't have. •Shinmai Maou (2 seasons - 20+ episodes) is a longer series than Monmusu (1 season - 10+ episodes). If you enjoy anime with a lot  read more 
report Recommended by RFernandez23
Powerful monster girls trying to fit into human society resulting in misunderstandings over cultural differences and the occasional destruction of property. MonMusu is an ecchi harem with many monster girls while Squid Girl is a comedy about the titular character and an otherwise human cast. 
report Recommended by kasarn
If you like story about daily life of main character who lives with many girl then Monster Musume and To Love Darkness have the same formula. Both series tend not to be serious but there are a moment main character showing his badassery when involving the life of main heroines. Heroines in both series not 100% human being. In To Love Ru series, Lala, Momo, Nana, Yami, and some others are alien race from another galaxy. For Monster Musume, they are demihuman. 
report Recommended by devavizard
Generic harem that end with all the same to start. 
report Recommended by FilipeJourney
Both are anime about cute monster girls. Monster Musume is ecchi and meant for teens, while Monster High is a shoujo and meant for kids. 
report Recommended by TsuruyaSonozaki
Both are hardcore ecchi without being outright hentai (if you watch the uncensored versions, which is 100% recommended). The fanservice isn't softcore like pantyshots, but actually does MC on harem girl or girl on girl physical action. Plotline for both is moreso secondary whereas the (very hot) interactions between characters is moreso the focus. That being said, the MC for each one is very typical - caring yet indecisive. But you shouldn't be watching these types of shows for the MC anyway, but for the girls. If you want something that'll get you aroused, either one of these does the trick nicely (and the character designs are for  read more 
report Recommended by Oniikami
Even when Monster Musume is totally a harem/romance series, they are both light headed series, where there isn't much heavy stuff going on. In both you get to see monster girls just living their live.  
report Recommended by Peapain
They each have a generic harem style which if you are into it, you will find rather enjoyable. The main characters are both serve as the only male characters in their respective series and as such all the crazy harem shenanigans that follow are in both. 
report Recommended by TheAfroNinja
Both have the same pilot where it involves harem member whom were seeming naive about the guy's world that they're suppose to know and it's up to the guy to get them to adapt to their world, except in MonMusu, the harem member were compose of either liminals or monsters whom were introduce to the human society who have to learn how adapt while in Shomin Sample the harem member were girls whom were pretty much sheltered from the common world that they have no idea how society works and it is up to their school to find a way to teach them how  read more 
report Recommended by La_Matona301
Both have cute monster girls who look similar and have similar personalities. They also are both funny! 
report Recommended by leah111
Similarities: •Both anime shows have a similar setting. It consists of a multitude of girls living with the male main character (overall there is no real plot, just different things happen each episode). •There are no "normal" girls as they are from different species (therefore monster girls, more obvious in MonMuse). •Same genres (harem, romance, etc.). •Great artwork. •Both good anime shows (in my opinion). Differences: •MonMusu heavily focuses on romance while Rokujouma is more of a light romance. •MonMusu has more fan service. 
report Recommended by RFernandez23
Similarities: •Similar genres (harem and romance) •The mc is always getting hurt by his lovers •They all live together (mc of Love Hina is the manager of the dormitory while the mc of Monster Musume is the host/owner of his homestay) •Casts have similar personalities Differences: •Monster Musume is a lot more 'bold' than Love Hina •In Love Hina the characters (or at least most) are humans while in Monster Musume, it consists of humans and monster girls •LH has 24 episodes while MM has 12  
report Recommended by RFernandez23
Both of them are "harem based" comedies, with other world girls. A main character that looks like a stupid weak coward, but when the time comes, he defends "her girls" from anyone 
report Recommended by Draxter_16