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.
The series depict the life of teenagers who take on a part-time job and work in a cafe/restaurant. The art styles are very similar, featuring moe-blobby character designs that exert similar vibes. Both stories are slice of lives with similar comedic approaches capitalizing on their romantic tones for comedic sucess.
On top of this, the anime series have a large cast with a variety of characters to fit the archetypes that are common for the romance genre. Using their casts, there's a lot of development on a variety of characters - that also leads to vastly increased amounts of world building.
Both are A-1 Pictures's amazing Slice of Life comedy with mild romance.
Also the have exact same setting, identical cast (like girl who looks much younger than her actual age, guy who loves all things cute, adorable main girl).
Overall cute girls, handsome boys, funny characters at work.
Lighthearted SoL/Comedies in a workplace setting full of funny interactions between the diverse characters. These series were made by A-1 Pictures and that can be seen in the tone and execution of the scenes.
Similar SoL-Comedy anime revolving around an F&B workplace environment,
Both have quirky and unique characters, including a dysfunctional store manager and male kitchen staff.
Both are animated by the same studio (A1 Pictures), although Blend S has a more moe and brighter/colorful art style.
Both have a similar situation involving the mc getting a part-time job at a local place (Cafe in Blend and Family Restaurant in Working)
Both have a variety of different interesting personalities in all the staff members
Also, the way the characters interact with each other seem very similar in both shows
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.
- cute girls in a cafe setting
- in Blend S the chef loves the main girl, in GochiUsa the main girl loves the (grand)daughter of the chef
- everyone has his/her own personality (shy girl, little sister, ...)
Do you like slice of life anime? Do you like comedy? Do you like adorable little girls? Well then, why not have a look at these two?
To start, both shows are comedy slice-of-life adaptions of 4-koma manga, revolving around girls working in cafes.
Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? has a larger cast and leaves the cafes more often, and there are multiple cafes. In Blend S there's a single cafe where just about the entire cast works. Another difference is that in the Blend S cafe everyone acts as an anime archetype, while the three Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? cafes are fairly standard cafes.
That said, though, they are both really amusing and lighthearted. While I think Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? is better and considerably cuter, Blend S is by no means a bad anime and they are both undoubtedly worth your time! read more
GochiUsa is basically Blend S but:
- Male Characters
- Wacky work trait
= Works for a Cafe
= Cute girls doing cute stuff
= Loli, Airhead, Tsundere, bokuko
= Catchy OP's
+ Talking Rabbit
+ girls with guns
+ School scenes
Both shows take place within the workplace setting and contain a well-balanced cast filled with eccentric personalities. Both shows also tend to focus on the entire cast as a whole rather than focusing on the specific protagonists
Both are slice of life comedies with romantic themes involving a large cast of characters. Humor is similar in that much of it comes from character reactions. Both aren't just about the main couple and give time to focus on the other characters.
Both of the main characters are girls who are trying to fit in with their new coworkers and most of the story for both is about cute girls doing cute stuff. The overall atmosphere of both shows feels similar because it's in a working environment.
The adorable girls!
The employment hilariousness.
The obsession with cute food.
The painfully fun intro and outro songs.
The bright and similar color palettes.
Both main character's hair are purple. xD
Both of the main heroine has a thing for other countries especially blond hair. Kiniro Mosaic is a school setting while Blend S is a working atmosphere but they are not too far away from the comedy genre.
Maika and Shinobu, the protagonists of each series, are a big fan of foreign countries, especially in their love for blonde hair. The settings are different (school vs working place) but both series deliver comedy wise in both fun moments and cute ones.
Main girl is obsessed with foreign culture and with European ethnic people, Maika and Shinobu have a high degree of attraction to blondes like Dino from Italy and Alice from the UK. Also the blondes have quite a love for Japanese culture and Japanese people.
The twin tails girls are tsunderes, though Ayaya of Kiniro Mosaic is a true tsundere while Kaho personifies one, are in love with the more serious person of the group, Yoko of KinMoza and Akizuki of Blend S, respectively, who also have crushes on their others. Both have a lot of problems to express their feelings to each other.
The big main difference is that Blend S have boys and girls working in a cafe, while Kiniro Mosaic is a moe slice of life CGDCT anime. read more
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 like Sorinozuka.
- Mafuyu is the "loli" and "quiet" persona like Karuta.
- Kagerou (Inuboku) is the Sadist persona, just like the persona that Maika has to play (Blend S).
- Natsume (IBS) is cheerful persona like Hideri (BS).
If you liked the comedy in Inuboku than you'll like Blend S.
The lead male and female characters and the relationship between them are very similar, to the point where I'm pretty certain that the author of Blend S was directly influenced by Soushi and Ririchiyo from Inu x Boku when creating Dino and Maika. In both series, a somewhat masochistic, light-haired bishie falls in love at first sight with a much younger girl who has long dark hair and purple eyes, but struggles to make friends because of her unintentional cold/sadistic behaviour. Their relationship is just limited to teasing in Blend S, but in Inu x Boku a romance eventually develops.
Aside from the art style and main characters being really similar, if you liked the comedy in Inu x Boku ss, you'll definitely like Blend S!
I think someone else mentioned it before, but you can tell that the author was inspired in Inu x Boku SS when creating blend S.
The romance, comedy and the whole plot is really enjoyable!
Both are light hearted and funny anime with a few commonalities as listed below:
# The MC is a teenage girl but she looks and sounds like a pre-pubescent girl
# She comes from a rich family and sheltered backgrounds, and longs for a normal life
# Her appearance is scary, because of which people often mistake her intentions.
# An older man shows a lot of interest in her, but to rough over the edges of a questionable pedo-relationship, he's shown to be a complete dork who is head over heels in love with her.
# You get a wide variety of characters in both shows, including a woman with unbelievably huge breasts for her body type.
# Nothing really happens in both anime - it's your typical SoL formula. read more
-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.
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.
The adorable characters doing adorable things.
The variety of food the characters enjoy.
The comedy and hijinks related to work life.
The bright and beautiful color palettes.
The fuzzy cuddly moments between characters. Cx
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).
The relationship dynamic between the male lead and the female lead is very similar, in that the male shows interest in the female but is at times boggled or clueless, while the female at times reciprocates the interest but other times can also be clueless, or simply takes it in stride. In both stories, the female lead has to play a role that may differ from their underlying personality. Both have a supporting cast of characters who all have their quirks and their stories.
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.
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 is an almost pure SoL comedy, the latter's main attraction is romance. read more
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.
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
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.
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.
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 that I did) shouldn't throw off your understanding of what's happening.
I may be recommending the second season of New Game!, New Game!!, but both seasons are worth watching. Someone already recommended season 1 so I wanted to add season 2 to the list. I'm sure a season 2 of Blend S would follow a similar format as New Game!! did, though. read more
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.
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.
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?
-The MC get trouble with scary eye (check)
-Slice of life (
-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