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Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru!


Alternative Titles

English: This Art Club Has a Problem!
Synonyms: Konobi
Japanese: この美術部には問題がある!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 8, 2016 to Sep 23, 2016
Premiered: Summer 2016
Broadcast: Fridays at 02:28 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: feel.
Source: Manga
Genres: Comedy, Romance, School
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.431 (scored by 46,203 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #18772
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #706
Members: 109,409
Favorites: 315

Recommendations

Cute girl who has a crush in a boy. But, the boy is so fanatic into his interest until doesn't heed any feelings from her. So funny and humorous. Same comedy style. School settings. 
report Recommended by chiyo-german
Apart from the odd reference to anime-obsessiveness, the main male leads are both adorable. Both have slice of life vibes, great art, and spontaneous characters. 
report Recommended by itssimplyme
Gamers and Konobi share a very similar premise, each are about a group of students in a club. Konobi is an art club focused show and Gamers is, well, about gaming. Each show gives you a similar vibe when you're watching it, the humor is similar and character interactions are also really similar. In both the shows there's a main male and female protagonist and in each show they share a love interest to add to the comedic factor. If you've seen Konobi and enjoyed it, I would recommend Gamers for a similar experience. 
report Recommended by Nikoru-san
Both shows feature artists who is are prodigies, but instead of doing fancy paintings, they opt to draw stuff for the otaku culture instead much to the disapproval of others. In Sakurasou, the female lead opts to use her talents to be a mangaka instead of a painter leading to others pressuring her to go back to painting, while in Konobi the male lead draws 2D girls leading to heavy criticism from his fellow art clubmate. Both shows take place in a grade school environment. 
report Recommended by GridironOtaku
Netoge and Konobi are romcoms revolving on otaku characters in a hobby club (gaming and art respectively). A lot of the comedy comes from the otaku weirding out the non-otaku love interest and their friends' antics, both in helping them get together and otherwise. Konobi has better production values, but both series are worth considering watching if one enjoys the other or romcoms involving otaku characters. 
report Recommended by Toa_of_Gallifrey
Both series share a similar school setting. Main characters meet in a club and have some hilarious interactions and experiences. Comedy-focused slice of life with some lighthearted romance. 
report Recommended by Crimson
The main character is equally as otaku short-haired heroine romance comedy 
report Recommended by orekihachiman
I always get hooked if the characters are moe, cute, kawaii or whatever the term to use. very relaxing ride and entertaining. if you want to get relax and having a good time watching anime. You should try these two series :D 
report Recommended by Luuji222
Two of these show has similarity on the MC get trouble in the club 
report Recommended by World_invaders
Both animes show us the adventures of members of school clubs (Astronomy and Art) while some of them experience situations of romance. Similar characters and stories with good doses of comedy. Sora no Manimani - - - Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru!          Mizuki Uzami - - - Mihoshi Akeno    Subaru Uchimaki - - - Saku Ooyagi             Maria Imari - - - Hime Makita 
report Recommended by LvisCd
Having recently just finished Konobi, I just had this feeling that these two shows resemble each other so much. I don't know how to describe it, but I guess you guys may or may not get the same feel from both of these shows. Also, Colette and Miyano are sooooooo similar, I don't know why. Maybe it's because of the "master" thing. 
report Recommended by y0shin0
Both anime have a similar sense of humour, with a romance being one of the main stroylines. Both feathre characters in high school as well as older characters. Both feature “weird” characters with unique personalities.  
report Recommended by nikifrv
While these 2 animes are completely different genres, Both anime features a Subaru as a main character and voiced by Kobayashi Yuusuke, and both Subaru are NEETs and Otakus to a certain extent. 
report Recommended by uchimaki131
Ai Mai Mii and Bijutsubu are centered around an art club where the main character is focused on art, the side characters are not, and zany things happen. 
report Recommended by Nial8r
The bright artwork, as well as the peaceful slice of life. Although the comedy is stronger in Maou-sama, I feel a fan of one of these shows can definitely enjoy the other 
report Recommended by itssimplyme
Both are very funny and enjoyable. Both have cute characters and funny characters. Both have little romance in them. 
report Recommended by Mezo-RPWPA
Also about an art club. For those seeking art-related animes. 
report Recommended by Sorvarin
- The main character who likes a girl of 2D - Romance comedy about the life of the school - An interesting storyline 
report Recommended by Fazz-san
Great art, as well as the slice of life, and romcom vibes, as well as a strong cast of characters 
report Recommended by itssimplyme
-School life anime that focused in a club where hilarious things happened everyday. -Romance that involve the Main Characters. -Some characters who attracted to 2D girls. (Switch (and his friends) & Subaru). -A minor similarity: Bossun is very skilled at drawing, just like the Art Club members in Konobi. -If you have finished Sket Dance first, you'll be familiar with Konobi's opening song because it sounds quite similar with Sket Dance 5th opening song. -And some situations where club members doing nothing (lol). 
report Recommended by renzospark