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Kuzu no Honkai


Alternative Titles

English: Scum's Wish
Japanese: クズの本懐

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 13, 2017 to Mar 31, 2017
Premiered: Winter 2017
Broadcast: Fridays at 00:55 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Lerche
Source: Manga
Duration: 22 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

Statistics

Score: 7.671 (scored by 90,496 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #11552
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #293
Members: 209,059
Favorites: 2,514

Recommendations

Tales of Impossible love. Although one is told on the point of view of the girl and the other on the male side, the two touch to a lot of similar subjects ans problem encountered by the characters and seriously the two main girls in koi to uso are pretty much 2 half of Hanabi in kuzu no honkai. 
report Recommended by Woks
Flawed people explore their emotions while recognizing the consequences of their actions. 
report Recommended by Serviam
Both series feature teenagers overwhelmed with emotions and learning how to grasp relationships while making mistakes along the way. Relationships in both shows grow more complicated with more people entering the focus of the web of relationships.  
report Recommended by ShadowBlazer3000
Both animes treat romance in a different way. They show imperfect relationships. Nothing is perfect and there's no such thing as "They're meant to to each other". In the end people have so many selfish wishes and don't give a shit about other people wishes.
I really love when I can see these realities been shown in animes.
 
report Recommended by lauvene
Netsuzou TRap and Kuzu no Honkai share similar scenarios with their main cast of characters. There are some unrequited advances and both shows share a similar drama aura and aren't afraid to show tension between their characters. Each show animates differently but show a lot of focus on the sexual interactions. 
report Recommended by Nikoru-san
This is a rare breed of anime - mature romance. 
report Recommended by AlexGK
- Features young adults
- Sexual relationships but not ecchi
- Characters generally willing to sacrifice their long-term romantic health for immediate intimacy
- Main crux of the series is people trying to figure out the differences between sex, love, and lust.
- Will either feel very real or very fantastical based on the viewers life experiences with sex and love. 
report Recommended by sickVisionz
These shows are different, but have 2 main similarities between them:
1) It is "psychological" non-traditional anime romance based in the inability of characters to have fulfilling relationships due to emotional issues
2) The plot progression is heavily focused on the internal growth of characters, more than on the external events 
report Recommended by haveimooed
These shows are different, but have 2 main similarities between them:
1) It is "psychological" non-traditional anime romance based in the inability of characters to have fulfilling relationships due to emotional issues
2) The plot progression is heavily focused on the internal growth of characters, more than on the external events 
report Recommended by haveimooed
while tsuki ga kirei show sweet innocent love kuzu no honkai shows the dark side of it. 
report Recommended by TheGeniusBaka
Both main characters are helping each other to get the one they really love 
report Recommended by yardargami
Both animes experience the realer elements of romance and touch on human natures obsession with love.
Love isn't perfect is a recurring theme in both animes 
report Recommended by ali11747
Both anime have kinda "agressive" romance.
Nazo is maybe more specific than Kuzu. 
report Recommended by Ryuu2511
You wanted twisted depressed teenagers, desiring things they can't have, with a morbid idea of love, everything served in a peculiar artstyle? There you have.  
report Recommended by Homu_chan
You are wondering what these anime have in common when they have different plots. while it is true that they differ in the story, they have some similarities. If you're a fan of :
- beautiful artwork
- melancholic instrumental music
- taboo love
- lots of erotic scenes
Then you'll probably like these anime. In Kuzu no Honkai the characters are developed better while Yosuga no Sora is by arcs. The Genres are different since one is a seinen and other is a (eroge) harem but nevertheless, they are both mature anime. 
report Recommended by Orulyon
Kuzu no Honkai and Koi Kaze both explore forbidden love in a very dramatic way, and flesh out the conflicting emotions that those kinds of relationships can bring about. I'd also recommend KimiNozo and Aku no Hana to the masochists who are into Kuzu no Honkai, as I think those shows can elicit a similar sense of emotional desperation. 
report Recommended by ghoulcustomer
Both explore the topic of human emotions and relationships in a darker setting. 
report Recommended by animedork95
The Anime don't have much similarity. Although, if you like Kuzuno Honkai you might aswell like Grisaia no Kajitsu. It has Ecchi in it and weird Romance. Its more of a harem. But you will most likely like it, if you liked this anime. 
report Recommended by LuminousAnime
- unrequited/unknown love with the "new" teacher, who is a childhood friend or something like that
- main character is straight (or says that at least), but also has feelings for people with the same gender (more or less actually)
- everyone is kinda edgy and envious 
report Recommended by NiklasNya
Both had a unique love story, both had beautiful art styles and both are worth watching if you like dramatic romance. 
report Recommended by dandere_moe
Trainwreck 
report Recommended by Zetsubou5990
1. Unrequitted Love story
2. YURII~~
3. Hurting your heart
4. "What does LOVE actually mean?"
6. "I can't understand my own feelings"
7. "Who can really tell how people feel?"
8. "I will tell as many lies as I have to as long as I can stand by your side" they said T_T
9. Just a game of pretend
10. Lot of Misunderstandings
10. Makes you feel desperate, and lonely
11. DARK and GLOOMY
12. FUCKED up situation 
report Recommended by Lexia_Lorelei
While different in many aspects, these animes both tackle the difficult and sometimes uncomfortable subject of adolescent and young adult romance.

Kuzu no Honkai veering more towards the difference between love and lust, sexual awakening, and the pressures put onto young people (by peers and society in general) to be sexually active. it shows the misery and desperation felt by young people when their love life is not going the way they want. This anime has a much more sombre feel to it, and can be very uncomfortable in some scenes.

Golden Time tackles the more emotional aspects of young love, which  read more 
report Recommended by BlairPhoenix96
Multiple love triangles in both series. (Ex: Mugi, Hanabi, Sanae in Kuzu no Honkai and Mika, Seiji, Namie in DRRR !!)
Many romances or twisted loves between the characters. (Eg Akane of Kuzu no Honkai or Haruna of DRRR !!)
These series are very focused on the psychology and the development of the characters. 
report Recommended by nareva__
Kinky Stuff happens in secret...

Tried to do much honeytrap and sexual acts to keep in company..
Since the romance in each other is still there..

Hanabi and Mugi's indecent relationship is actually similar to Wakana and Izumi .. 
report Recommended by HikiNEET021
Both are examples of on screen sexual intimacy involving unhealthy relationships that is not grossly exaggerated (physically at least).

The MC in both are girls with brother complexes, and the story revolves around the drama this leads to.

Whilst Kuzu no Honkai is longer, with more character exploration, it doesn't distract from the vacuity; if you are after a similar show in terms of cheap softcore pornservice/artistic sexual intimacy (depending on how you look at it), this is the show to go for. 
report Recommended by Lemon
they are both on the more outgoing, alternative shoujo anime titles side. Both have strong and well thought through characters and don't follow your usual girl meets boy plot.  
report Recommended by Babyssb
Hana and Ringo look similar. They both are inlove with an older man (that both wear glasses) who they see as an older brotherly figure and are inlove with them. Hana and Ringo's crushes fall inlove with another person who appear to be something they truly aren't. Mawaru penguin's plot doesn't really revolve around Ringo's situation, but Ringo's story takes up a big chunk of mawaru penguin.  
report Recommended by Rhazel
- both include the complications of a troubled romance
- good sides and bad sides
- Alot of teenage drama
-phsycological drama about romance and friendship
 
report Recommended by Ishika_B
Unrequited love. Less drama. 
report Recommended by Mekno
Both main characters get into a weird relationship. where they dont love their partner but use each other for own benefits. 
report Recommended by Fristi-senpai
Both shows are:

- Ladden with heavy drama
- Full of love problems: X likes Y, Y like Z, Z like everyone etc. etc.
- about self-absorbed, self-loathing teenagers

The artstyle is very different. but the atmosphere is similar; both make attempts to appear smart, mature, and full of depth much like the teenage protagonists the two shows focus on. 
report Recommended by Lemon
Many character parallels can be taken with the series, mainly with jury and akio, who are like sanae and akane respectively. Also certain themes the show is talking about are also talked about in utena, like adulthood and love, but utena is far more stylistic then kuzu no honaki. 
report Recommended by itavin
- Similarly light artstyle
- Love webs everywhere
- Self absorbed preteens and teenagers 
report Recommended by Lemon