Toradora! reminds me a lot of Midori no hibi
Ryuuji and Seiji are very similar. both epic and funny as hell.
both animes have the same genres, except for toradora not being echii, and are good entertainment.
both worth watching, thats for sure!
school stuff, schoolboy who everyone thinks is intimidating delinquent from looks, though actually very nice personality, likes random girl, but gets close to another in order to reach goal, eventually developing love between schoolgirl who tries (or indirectly) to correct his image, comedy, touch of drama....same old
Both series contains the typical main protagonist who at first has no luck with girls. However, as the series progresses, he makes connections with other characters including the main female protagonist and forms a bonds with them that begins with friendship, towards respect, affection, and later romance.
Both series features the romantic comedy genre that has a somewhat predictable story but nonetheless executed well that expands beyond the fan-service and more into the drama mixed in with comedy and later on, emotional type.
Like romantic comedies, both series feature love trials/triangles, misunderstandings, and a main protagonist treasures their bond with the girl that they respect and later come to appreciate.  read more
Seiji and Ryuuji are really similar. Guys that look scary but really aren't.
They're both the same genre and they're both really funny, but can also be somewhat serious at times.
Overall they're both really enjoyable!
The relationship of these two series is as follows:
- The protagonist is a boy who has not had luck in love, due to his appearance as a delinquent, and that hides a good boy inside.
- He becomes involved with a girl, which becomes part of his life, where she will show his true nature to him, and together they will join forces so that she, can get her happiness.
- Both the protagonist of Midori no Hibi and the girl protagonist of Toradora, have nicknames due to their strength, where anyone who is against you, can be affected.
The series seek to show that we do not always search in the right place. read more
Midori is the EVEN MORE bizarre romantic equivalent to Parasyte's grotesque parasitic broship. They present the same problems - namely, how it's too awkward to masturbate with a talking hand - but go about them in very different ways. One involves a lot of death; the other involves a lot of love.
The 'hand' in Midori is more like a female talking hand-puppet that JUST HAPPENS to be joined to the lead's arm one morning when he wakes up... and is the girl the lead has a crush on, ofc. On the other hand, Parasyte has a transforming alien life-form that, initially, had every intention of eating the brain of its host. So, slight differences. But these are the only two series in known existence that deal with a symbiotic person-hand relationship and all of the WEIRD bonding that occurs as a consequence.
Watch Midori for laughs and Parasyte for disturbing action... and Migi. How can you/guys not like a right-hand with a mouth and Aya Hirano's voice? read more
A teenager wakes up and discovers that his right hand is no longer what it used to be ...
In Midori no Hibi, the teenager right hand becomes his waifu
In Parasyte, the teenager right hand becomes a 'parasitu'
A symbiotic relationship between parasite and human exists in both anime.
Coincidentally, both take place with the protagonist's right hand. But in the case of Midori no Hibi, the so called parasite is an actual girl. Whereas in Kiseijuu, it is an actual parasite.
Both have to learn to adapt the current odd situation that either of them have no actual idea how they ended up in.
If you want some humor and comedy and action, then check out both series.
The main character in both series are also similar in that they are desperate to get a girlfriend or enter into a serious relationship despite their delinquent outer self. There is also a lot of fan-service in both series as well as crude humor. Yet, there is also some romance and later drama in some of the more serious episodes.
Both series are excellent if you're looking for some humor and a laugh.
I realize that this is a very strange recommendation however the main characters of these to shows share a lot of similarities. Both can kick ass, both are virgins, both have a tendency to over react, and both act similarly around women.
Both series features a mini girl who tries her best to make her crush/master happy.
Both series contain supernatural themes mixed in with drama, comedy, and of course romance.
Both series' animation style are also similar.
Romance with a twist, these shows offer a spiced up new element to your average school romance. Out of the ordinary for sure however the unique qualities don't take away from the fun or romance of the show. If you enjoy one you should enjoy the other.
The same producer. Main character is a delinquent. Similar age, clothes, surroundings and the anime style of course. Plus here is a small child. In Midori no Hibi was it a girl, that the deliquent took care of.
The correlation between these shows are unmistakeable. The premise of both anime starts off with 2 overpowered delinquents that happen to have a green haired cuties introduced into their lives, forever changing their personalities to be more on the warm hearted side vs. the scary bully side. Along with the similar ideas, the characters have a connection aswell. Oga and Seiji both are infamous delinquents with nicknames, Baby Be'el and Midori are both unaccepted at the start but later are accepted, Aoi and Takako- they have the wrong first impression with Oga and Seiji respectively, but they learn of the side of the boys that was caring and protective, causing them to start having crushes on the boys, and finally, Furuichi and Takamizawa, weirdos that like girls and fake girls respectively.
All these factors sum up for 2 shows that were both enjoyable and extremely similar read more
Things that smiliar? Supernatural things that only happen to two people and make them closer.
Midori no Hibi is more silly (wtf, my right hand become a girl?) and old anime (clearly kimi no na wa is better), but you can still enjoy it especially if you already watch Kimi no Na wa and you can't forget about the movie and keep bugging you all the time and feel hopeless...
The thing that Midori no Hibi do better is how the anime ends. Shinkai definetly still could learn something from Midori no Hibi
great romance with a slight supernatural feel; though the supernatural theme does not have quite the explanation, but that's the charm of the animez. so if u loved the anime "Kimi no Na wa", i think u will also love "Midori no Hibi".
I truly enjoy the romance genre and I love when a show breaks out of the common mold and adds a fun supernatural element to the romance.
Midori no Hibi and Yamada-Kun are similar because they both contain a male lead that is a "tough guy" who has a rarely seen soft side and a shy girl who is brought together with the tough guy through a Supernatural way.
I love both of these shows because they show a great connection between the two leads and it is really nice seeing their romances blossom in a comedic and Supernatural way.
Although both series have different themes, Midori no Hibi and Tonari no Kaibutus-kun have various similarities.
Both series has a tough male protagonist who is misunderstood but has a soft heart.
Both series features a female protagonist who shares a special bond with the male protagonist.
Both series takes place at a school setting and has many comedy gags.
Both lead males are good fighters.
Both lead males are considered to be fairly dense as he doesn't realize the feelings of those around him (especially the girls) despite repeated attempts and even open hints.
Both Anime has a friend/subordinate who follows a delinquent character with admiration.
Both Anime have Comedy, Romance, Ecchi and Shounen genre.
The lead character from "Clannad" and "Midori Days" is viewed as a delinquent amongst his schoolmates. However, due to his heart of gold and the kind things he does to help others, multiple girls fall for him.
The female protagonist of both series can be described as naïve and shy with similar personalities in general. She is someone who is able to bring out the best from the delinquent she fell in love with as they go through hurdles in life and school together.
Furthermore, there are fights or beat-downs against rowdy gang members who initiate violence.
Cute, sweet and adorable. That's what these two shows are. Love knows no boundaries. A relationship between a cat and a rabbit or a relationship between a rich girl that became the right hand of her delinquent crush is possible.
If you're looking for a sweet and cute romcom then these two great shows are for you.
Both females of both shows had a dramatic "change" that occurred to them, making them closer to the one they loved.
Both main male characters have this dilemma whether to keep the "change" that had happened or to revert them back.
Animations are pretty similar. Romance is Vanilla. Both Main male characters are bad-ass, but you can see them warm-up later because of the circumstances that happened...
You get the same kind of enjoyment. Though Ai Yori Aoshi has more character depth and a more serious tone to it. But it's also more rewarding, in that sense.
Enjoy one and you're pretty much guaranteed to enjoy the other.
This series, which is about GTOs early years, is similar to Midori no Hibi in several ways, even though Shonan Junai Gumi has more fighing. Both series features a protagonist who's feared and admired at school for his fighting skills and is desperately trying to find a girlfriend.
Kurosaki Ichigo and Seiji Sawamura are very similar characters! Both of them is orange-haired and into fighting until they meet a girl and start to showing their soft sides and in that way get to know new friends (but in Bleach the girl are not on love with him). Both contains a lot of fighting and humor!
Both have incredibly similar structures. Both are stuck with their girls, AMG by choice, Midori no Hibi not by choice. Both have a secondary female character who initially doesn't like them but then does. Both have a very similar sense of humor and plot.
Both series share a few similarities in the story line. The endings are also quite alike, though I'm not going to spoil it for anyone who hasn't watched either. =P
I recommend both series to anyone who has yet to watch them =]
Essentially, both are School/Action/Comedy/Slapstick, and both feature a clueless guy who is really good at fighting, yet is put into awkward situations with a girl. In FMP:F, Sousuke has to protect Kaname for his mission, while in MnH, Seiji has to hide the fact that Midori is his right hand.
Both have a main character that happens to be a puppet or in Midoris case half of her is on her crushes right arm. If you like the wise cracking Pu-Chan; then you'll enjoy Midori and her never ending quest to express her love.
Both have a weird twist for a plot to start a romance comedy.
The success of the series weighs heavily on ecchi comedy.
The focus is on a male protagonist that seems like your every day guy. This appeals to usually the male teen audience. They are single, and somewhat have a low self esteem when it comes to girls.
Both series has the male protagonist forced to break out of their comfort zone.
In Midori no Hibi, it's a bit more surreal as the girl is literally becomes the guy's right hand...
In B Gata H Kei, it focuses on mainly the strong female protagonist, who forcefully enslaves the meek male protagonist. read more
Both involve a secret between two people who end up drawing closer to each other.
They both have some adult content, but Nogizaka is more of a fan-service tease, whereas Midori no Hibi there's brief & humorous clear scenes...
If you like Midori no Hibi, you'll like Nogizaka!
Both have the most innocent of romances you're bound to find in any anime. And both develop said romances with such fluidity and patience that it almost comes off as plausible... if they didn't have their own unique-ness about them...
They also have good, but not great, production values but have very memorable lead characters.
Midori Days has a weird fantasy gimmick to help accent both the romance story and the romacne development.
Itazura na Kiss has the difference in intelligence as the unique element. It also comes off as more natural (duh).