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Blend S


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
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.551 (scored by 119,850 users)
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Ranked: #15092
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #357
Members: 232,554
Favorites: 1,548

Recommendations

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 of these anime take place in a cafe-type setting and are very moe and cute. Not much happens in these two anime, their goal is to make you feel all happy and warm inside because of how adorable they are. Blend S focuses more on character-type attributes though, like the tsundere, imouto, etc. While there are some of those characters in Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka?, in Blend S many characters pretend to be those types to attract customers.  
report Recommended by thankuunext
Ditzy girl and clueless girl plus player guy and a light-hearted story following them and their friends.  
report Recommended by animelover636
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
-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
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 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
The mood and ambient that Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon gives is really similar to Blend S, a funny and cheering mood that brights up your day. We also can see the fact that Blend S and Kobaysahi-san Chi no Maid Dragon have the "waitress/maid" formula to join in the equation, that makes even better.  
report Recommended by MordecaiMapper
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
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
While Ouran deals with a reverse harem situation the focus is (just like in Blend S) on the comedy elements and the (kind of one-sided) romantic relationship between the female lead and the blond, quirky male-lead. The humor is very similar and is in both shows presented in a setting where customers have to be served, while playing a certain character role (that might differ from the persons actual character). 
report Recommended by UkePaChan
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 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
-Both are restaurant/cafe settings -Blend S has specific characters to fit the personalities, while WWW.Working is not (characters' own personality)  
report Recommended by nadeshikoYC
Both of these series put the characters in funny and awkward situations that makes the anime be a soft and good felling while watching it. 
report Recommended by MrSamuel
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
The cute food-centric scenes and intro songs. The adorable girls doing adorable things. The fun and heart-warming character moments. The goofy naughtiness and jokes. The bright and delightful colors used. 
report Recommended by LastKnightDown
Has good characters and the plot focuses mainly on only one place. 
report Recommended by PedoroSonsuro
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
even having completely differents themes, your style and narrative is similar, with aspects very communs in "moe animes". 
report Recommended by Roberthi
-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
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 AobaSuzukaze
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
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
-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 Lewis_Mike