Blend S


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Alternative Titles

English: BLEND-S
Japanese: ブレンド・S

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 8, 2017 to Dec 24, 2017
Premiered: Fall 2017
Broadcast: Sundays at 00:30 (JST)
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: A-1 Pictures
Source: 4-koma manga
Genres: Slice of LifeSlice of Life, ComedyComedy
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.331 (scored by 282741282,741 users)
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Ranked: #22192
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Popularity: #289
Members: 522,406
Favorites: 2,563

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Both are slice of life workplace comedies about the food service industry. They both feature a cast of zany characters that fuel the comedy with their banter and clashing personalities. They're even both animated by A-1 Pictures. 
report Recommended by nobodysdawn
Both about cute girls working in a cafe 
report Recommended by kageyamatobeeo
Both have a colorful cast. The stories lean more towards casual viewing, so they're nice and calming shows to watch. 
report Recommended by FormerFreeloader
The setting involves maids who work at a cafe, and they have elements of slice of life and have tons of comedy and humor, fun for the whole family (preferably only yourself) to enjoy. 
report Recommended by Keons
Blend S is like the comedy version of Inu Boku SS. You'll notice that the author was inspired by Cocoa Fujiwara's work. First the "S" in the titles. Then you'll notice lots of similarities, even though the plot is different, the character's design is almost identical. You'll also find some characters with the very same personality: - Maika is a loner like Ririchiyo. She is constantly attacked by a blue eyed blonde character (Dino/Nobara) with a persona that finds the heroine extremely moe and nosebleeds etc. - Kaho (BlendS) is a cute blonde with a tsundere persona, like Watanuki in Inuboku SS. - Akizuki is the "deliquent" type  read more 
report Recommended by Orulyon
Both series are hilarious!! They are about a group of people (real eccentric ones in Host Club) who must serve customers while playing a role that might be different from their real personality. They focus on comedy. Slight romance in both 
report Recommended by oOoAurorAoOo
-moe -with some cute boys this time *wink wink* -everything is cute af -funny -about friendship -Shinobu and Maika are both obsessed with Europe <mostly> and blonde hair 
report Recommended by thatPinkSpider
Both are slice of life anime about a young, impressionable girl at a new job. Both shows have similar comedy, art style, tone, and adorableness. 
report Recommended by Lizard23
Both of them share a Maid Café as the main theme, both are funny and you'll also find romance in both (although there's way more of that in "Maid-sama") 
report Recommended by Irongretta
Ditzy girl and clueless girl plus player guy and a light-hearted story following them and their friends.  
report Recommended by mai_mai_
Both are hilarious comedies with well written characters. They have different plots and settings but both are relaxing to watch.  
report Recommended by aujisama
Has good characters and the plot focuses mainly on only one place. 
report Recommended by PedoroSns
To sum it up Koi wa Ameagari is a like Blend S in reverse , the differences was Blend S was more on the comedic side while Koi wa Ameagari is more of a melancholic vibe with a cute and charming touch.  
report Recommended by Whoahoho
even having completely differents themes, your style and narrative is similar, with aspects very communs in "moe animes". 
report Recommended by Roberthi
-Both have a girl working a part-time job in a cafe while trying to deal with their co-workers and their real-life problems. -Both girls have some quirks that they need to deal with on daily basis especially at work. -Both of them have coworkers who have special quirks that make them interesting and also, their interactions with the main character. 
report Recommended by MidoFortune
Cute, funny and awkward interactions between the characters. 
report Recommended by kaliswag26
Both are pretty laid back humor and have memorable character lineups. Both are most definitely something to look for when looking for relaxing shows. 
report Recommended by Bloomberry
The main female characters of both animes have an involuntary negative aura in their outside appearance, but in the inside, they're very sweet and adorable. and also they want to make friends without scaring people, Maika Sakuranomiya from Blend S makes involuntary sadistic faces scaring people, and that's why she's hired to be a maid with the personality of a sadistic maid. Sawako Kuronuma from Kimi ni Todoke was nicknamed Sadako due to the similarities to a ghost, and she makes involuntary weird faces that scare people around her. Blend S and Kimi ni Todoke has comedy and slice of life situations, but while the former  read more 
report Recommended by tlato_but
Blend-S is a slice of life comedy and BJNOM is a fantasy comedy, but both have similarities: - a very cute artwork with a romance subplot. - main girl is supposed to be "evil" but she is actually the sweetest of girls. - main boy has a big crush on main girl and wants to watch over her at all times. - Over the top tropes and fanservice & ridiculous setting. If you enjoyed one you'll probably enjoy the other. 
report Recommended by Orulyon
The protagonists are trying to be better for herself in the place where she should like and both are innocent junior high school girl but the most importantly the series are really entertaining and will make you rolling on the floor laughing XD 
report Recommended by BakaAru
Both series come from the same manga magazine and the same slice of life genre. And comedy in 2 series is well presented 
report Recommended by gadboyz
Both animes have a MC that shares the same curse and that curse is scary eyes  
report Recommended by BlueDawnHope
Wishing to be independent, 16-year-old Maika Sakuranomiya is desperate to nail down a part-time job so that she can afford to study abroad. She chances upon Café Stile, a coffee shop where the servers interact with the customers while roleplaying distinctive characteristics. The Italian store manager, Dino, becomes infatuated with Maika's cuteness at first sight, and offers her a job as a waitress with a sadistic nature. MC: Young school girl (16 years old) Love interest: Dino, 26 years old man "Koi to Yobu ni wa Kimochi Warui" and "Blend S" are similar that both of them shows us relationship between school girl and grown‐up man. 
report Recommended by VioletLeMad
Both are about the staffs of a restaurant/cafe Both are hilarious Both have fulfilling romances (Working moreso than Blend S) Both are feel good :) 
report Recommended by LadyCherise
Otaku. The realism of being an otaku in anime is sometimes misrepresented. Blend S and Wotakoi feel very real in presenting such a case, however, not being too slapstick about it or just poking into it. Both anime are based around time at work, Blend S being a maid cafe, Wotakoi being an office job. Character relations are similar here to or just very real feeling. Both are good comedy anime brought to you by the same studio A-1 Pictures. Blend S focusing more on comedy than the sometimes more realistic and romantic Wotakoi. 
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Otaku. The differences are clear. But Blend S and WataMote both understand the somewhat accurate life that an otaku may have, and the culture to go with it. WataMote does this with loser loner Tomoko Kuroki, who basically understands the social order of school and goes as far as making anime conventions superimposed onto it. Blend S does this with everyone's dream of going to a maid cafe, with characters who work there themselves being an otaku of some kind. Both anime are good comedies that know a thing or two about how the otaku life is to which you may or may not relate.  
report Recommended by NextUniverse
They both have this nice-silly atmosphere that is better than anything. They both are pretty much fun to watch and very entertaining. They both are extremely comical. Both have a blonde male as Main Characters Both have an exciting ending. Both have wonderful females characters that they are pretty sweet and cute  
report Recommended by ToumaYukiri
Both have a group of girls and comedy happens. Just another anime to binge if you have the time, if not then you can still enjoy the show at a slower pace cause cmon. It's a romcom anyway. Has lots of meme potential, like how have I never seen a single meme from this show. Its hella funny. 
report Recommended by Soyukiii
Restaurant based anime can sound boring, what's so interesting about working in a restaurant? Well, in these two anime, there's no way you could wonder about it. They are basically comedy anime, with interesting and unique characters, who share Italian culture, as in one the male lead is italian, and the other is about an italian restaurant. But there are important differences between the two: Piacevole is a 4 min anime, so less developed, while Blend S, being longer, focuses more on the relationships between characters. That being said, I think that if you liked one, you are going to enjoy the other as well. 
report Recommended by micsss
Both are adorable Slices of Life. One has a band. One has a cafe. They both are cute and both have awesome Openings. I don’t have much to say tbh, but then again, I’m a child. 
report Recommended by DonutQueen89
It's a moe comedy that if you enjoyed Blend-S you sure will enjoy this either! 
report Recommended by Shirade
Crossdresser. There isn't much to give but if you are looking for two anime with a crossdresser look no further. Other similarities include respectively good comedy in their worlds. You could even look at the two poking fun at their main theme, crossdressing and maid cafes. I find myself enjoying what is to be seen with the two, even if questionable content exists within the two.  
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Comfort. Although Helpful Fox and Blend S have a ton of qualities that differ from one another, they both centre around this wholesome comfort zone for some other individual(s). Whether it be a dedicated relationship or one that allows anyone to come and go yet still be treated the same, at the end of the day, both anime have this nice caring comfort of an atmosphere to show off. Senko-san does this with a magical fox deity, who endlessly pampers. Blend S does this with a fun maid cafe suitable to most tastes. Both are fun s.o.l that I would take if you have nothing better to  read more 
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One of my favorite comedy shows I'm sure you'll like this too, enjoy! 
report Recommended by Shirade
They are both romance and comedy. Both are one of those trying to get the other person to admit their feeling first type of anime. 
report Recommended by Animekiddo5678
-The MC get trouble with scary eye (check) -Slice of life ( check) -Every day trouble (check) These two show is focusing on the MC get trouble because their eyes. The only different between these show is, Boukuwa tomodachi more focusing on making friend during school life and its was Male lead so you can say 'Bokuwa Tomodachi' is a harem anime Blend S, Anime where the young girl had trouble with people arround her because her scary eye. Basiclly Its same theme, about the different just worth it 
report Recommended by Ano17
(ENG) Both animes that show the daily life of restaurant employees with enough comedy and a bit of romance. (BR) Ambos animes que mostram a vida diaria de empregados de restaurante com bastante comedio e um pouco de romance. 
report Recommended by Romitti
-Similar art style -Cute characters -Both r from the slice of life genre  
report Recommended by Jikoro
Two comedies that depict a group of otaku's daily lives. Both casts of characters include a doujinshi writer, an unsociable small girl and a boy that dresses like a girl. Their eccentric personalities are the best parts of the stories. 
report Recommended by Numero33
Both series are mainly in a cafe, and one of the main characters is a foreigner, they are hardly similar but if you liked one then you might like the other, they are both not a harem, just a cute love story of most of the main cast. 
report Recommended by lona_catee
Wildly different anime with similar comedic premises: our mild-mannered main characters want to be normie conformists and treat everyone with respect, but instead end up in jobs where they are required to insult and degrade people. In recurring gags they are horrified by their own proclivity for that role, as they unintentionally take it farther than intended, and find themselves accidentally going into "work mode" at inappropriate times. 
report Recommended by nDroae
Both anime have eccentric characters, although people may not agree with me about that concerning New Game!!. Both casts get along surprisingly well despite their obvious personality differences and conflicts. The comedy tends to be a bit over the top. Both opening theme songs are amazing fun songs that introduce the viewer to the type of environment the shows offers. Both shows are in the slice of life and comedy genres. Every episode builds up the overall simple story, in both shows, but they seem episodic to an extent as well, so accidentally watching one episode out of order (not  read more 
report Recommended by KitsunehimeMilhi
Both series have really a cute art style, and revolve around otaku culture. The comedy is similar, with Denki-gai no Honya-san being a little bit more mature at times. In both series, there's budding romance between characters. All characters have their own charisma, and they all generally put out positive energy that makes the show light-hearted and fun to watch.  
report Recommended by Sad_Blueberry
Both of them are very funny - in a slightly similar way sometimes - and have cute girls  
report Recommended by alualu
Isekai Shokudou is more Fantasy than Blend S and focusses more on being a maid, and food itself. It has the same gripping humor but has a less fanservice tone all over.  
report Recommended by boku_no_pervert
There is this same fluffy romance and comedy theme even if Momokuri might be a little more romance centred. Also, the setting is middle school rather than a cafe. The gags also came from the odd interaction dynamics between characters as opposed to simple discovery of the characters. 
report Recommended by Amandineylan
There is this same fluffy romance and comedy theme even if Acchi Kocci might be a little more comedy centred. Also, the setting is school rather than a cafe. They have a similar based on character comedy. Overused gags could remind something like Nichijou? 
report Recommended by Amandineylan
Quiet and fun animes with lots of doses of moe characters, kawaii moments and adorable situations. Do not get confused! They are both very good if you like this genre. 
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