Oushitsu Kyoushi Heine


The Royal Tutor

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Synonyms: Oushitsu Kyoushi Haine
Japanese: 王室教師ハイネ
English: The Royal Tutor
German: The Royal Tutor
Spanish: The Royal Tutor
French: The Royal Tutor
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 5, 2017 to Jun 21, 2017
Premiered: Spring 2017
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 02:05 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Bridge
Source: Manga
Genre: ComedyComedy
Theme: HistoricalHistorical
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.461 (scored by 6392463,924 users)
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Ranked: #19442
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Popularity: #1567
Members: 142,867
Favorites: 827

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The cast is full of bishounen that are from high society but somewhat dorky. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
Both focus on teaching students both in intellectual and life lessons, as well as the teachers having unexpected appearances and personalities. 
report Recommended by symbiotic
Both are about a character that can do pretty much everything perfectly. One of them is set in a medieval timeline(oushitsu kyuoshi) and the other one is set in a present timeline, close to ours. 
report Recommended by Slaiphar
MC are both tutors where they help other characters get an excelling score on the classes they have failed. 
report Recommended by Vatrex
Similarities; - setting: poor person comes to rich peoples house to serve them - art style - humor (but stronger in Royal Tutor) - finding ones place in a foreign household - english voice actors sounded the same to me 
report Recommended by MoshiMoshiiih
Both of these animes are in the same genre, comedy and slice of life. The plots are very similar and the humour is sort of similar, both shows are about very eccentric princes and a normal, rational main character that has to deal with them. If you're looking for a similar anime i can't think of 2 that are more alike than these. 
report Recommended by SanetoshiX
Bot anime have very alike feeling when you watching them. Both is about high social rank boys Intrigues Mysterious tutor/butler Bishounen Funny chibi forms But Oushitsu Kyoushi Haine is comedy meanwhile Kuroshitsuji is darker with fantasy and comedy elements 
report Recommended by EMV
The Similarities.. on both show.. are it's atmosphere.. Enjoying the broad wided.. view onto set of characters having a moment... of pandering soothening tone.. which.. every... details are either.. very in a calm manner.. 
report Recommended by -HippySnob-
Their both about teachers (or royal tutors) that are very talented. And they have lots of comedy in them. Overall I just think there very alike. 
report Recommended by Aleshia175
It was because of Akkun to Kanojo, Masago's VA Ueda Keisuke I took interest in Heine who he also voices and watched something I never thought was what I thought it'd be. THEY ARE BOTH GEMS 
report Recommended by iamKetranLang
Both slice of life Is good, The story is light and easy to understand Both are very calming to fill in spare time 
report Recommended by Yarenime
Both anime are royalty themed, with the main character creating deep and special bonds with each of the various characters, every one with their own unique personality. 
report Recommended by AVlV
Both lighthearted comedy anime about a group of boys. Each anime also has unique characters with fun personalities although in Oushitsu Kyoushi Heine, the characters are more developed. 
report Recommended by ClumsyOrange
While this may not seem like an obvious pairing, by the end of Oushitsu Kyoushi Heine I felt that No. 6 had a very similar mood. The princes are Shion, bright in temperament but oblivious to the people around them. As the princes grow, so did Shion--through experiences that wouldn't have been experienced until leaving the comfort zone. Heine's past and Nezumi's present offer the same reality: Things are much more complicated and much darker than they knew. Both the princes and Shion had to decide how they wanted to approach the trials ahead and tackle them similarly. There  read more 
report Recommended by smorgan263
Both is about royal family. 
report Recommended by Durayuu_Ni
If you enjoyed comedy and light-hearted elements in Vanitas no Carte, Haine will make you laugh and care about the characters. It is a lot more light than Vanitas, but it shares similar animation and art style ♥ 
report Recommended by JuusanKitsune
Both series have an engaging storyline and well-paced character development arcs--the perfect balance of plot, humor, and emotion. The adorable chibi forms are also a plus! 
report Recommended by imayoshi
I think that these two anime have very much in common. You might ask why because ones about maids and the other is about princes. This is because the two have very detailed art, funny, great story lines, characters and many others. So thats why I think these have quite a lot in common and is both very enjoyable. 
report Recommended by mango-tango
Students hate their teacher, all the teachers ran away from them, but then one "special" teacher comes. Students think he will be just like other teachers but he proves that he is different from other teachers and slowly just by being himself makes students to like him. Great tutor is much more intelectual than Onizuka and they are overall very different people. Both comedies and pretty funny 
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