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Citrus


Alternative Titles

English: Citrus
Japanese: シトラス

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 6, 2018 to Mar 24, 2018
Premiered: Winter 2018
Broadcast: Saturdays at 23:30 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Passione
Source: Manga
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.791 (scored by 85,888 users)
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Ranked: #44752
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #450
Members: 200,764
Favorites: 1,726

Recommendations

They both explore human feelings and relationships in a realistic way. They both revolve a lot around trust and the fears people have when trying to connect with others while desperately protecting thenselves from getting hurt. They both deal with destructive relationships, and thwy explore the reasons and paths that lies behind people's actions and personalities. They both feel very real and heartwarming, while not being afraid to show the darker aspects of life. If you like one - definitely watch the other! They're both really refreshing compared to a lot of the anime that's made today, in that they have a lot of depth  read more 
report Recommended by Aurakin
A love story between sister If you dislike citrus because the storyline is too much forced or uncomfortable with NSWF scenes, I suggest to watch candy boy as an alternative. 
report Recommended by Shunaria
NTR & Citrus are both Yuri series focusing on the developing relationships of two school girls. NTR focuses mainly on two girls who are in relationships with boys but secretly like each other. While Citrus focuses on two girls who are also step sisters who develop feelings for each other over time. They both have sexual scenes but NTR is more heavy on it than Citrus. NTR & Citrus both have high drama & suspenseful chapters. Also, aesthetically, a blonde girl is in love with a black haired girl (my favorite trope) 
report Recommended by ToonamiBabe
Anyone who enjoyed watching Oreimo will definitely enjoy watching Citrus, since Citrus is basically Kirino's dream of having a little sister come true. Kirino and Yuzu, the protagonist of Citrus, have almost the same exact voice as well as similar styles, so it's rather easy to imagine Yuzu being Kirino. 
report Recommended by skeyupower
Yagate Kimi ni Naru is a great Shoujo Ai and contains all the features of a forbidden lesbian relationship in a very conservative Japanese culture. Unlike the forbidden step-sister love of Citrus, Yagate Kimi ni Naru is confined to a first-year high schooler and her Senpai. I definitely recommend watching both. 
report Recommended by BrMiguel
Contains a pure and strong love between two girls. Plus we have a sister incest. but warning, this is for +18.  
report Recommended by Palindrome_Natan
Both are vastly different but still contain the main character who is a gyaru. Both MCs are seen as "naughty" or are perceived in a negative light, even though the truth is quite different. However, Citrus is a shoujo-ai romance and Galko-chan is a short comedy.  
report Recommended by Nktheepic
A funny Yuri version. despite the comedy, we have romantic and serious moments of affection. But it disappoints because we don't have a real pairing 
report Recommended by Palindrome_Natan
They both explore human relationships an adolescence in a realistic way. Two of the best yuri animes around, along with Strawberry Panic and Simoun. 
report Recommended by Aurakin
Although not shoujo ai it's a great romance story. Much better, because it has the airing time to deliver much more about characters and story. Yuzu has somewhat similiar personality to Komatsu Nana and maybe I liked Citrus much more because of that similarity. 
report Recommended by Jullio
A love story between sister Unlike citrus, marimete do not use sexual approach as part of plot story. You can see how Yumi-Sachiko build relationship as sister is much more realistic compared with Yuzu-Mei. 
report Recommended by Shunaria
They both deal with relationships and feelings on a level that's rare to find in anime. They both show the dark aspects as well as the lighter sides of life, and they both have well thought-out characters. I would definitely recommend them both! 
report Recommended by Aurakin
Both take place at strict girls only schools. The main characters in both shows fall for a girl who are emotionally unavailable due to their past. The MCs are similar but Yuzu in Citrus is a lot more outspoken and assertive. Their love interests both have a facade towards people. Both shows have layered and well-balanced characters (Citrus a bit more so). They deal with problematic relationship dynamics in a good way. They both turn out really heartwarming and enlightening as we get further into the series. If you like one of these two - definitely give the other one a shot! 
report Recommended by Aurakin
Both sweet shows that explore the romantic feelings between girls in a realistic and balanced way. Citrus is a bit darker, but they're both heartwarming and real.  
report Recommended by Aurakin