An over-the top comedy about a lively girl who goes to great lengths to win the affection of a boy she falls in love with at first sight. Both anime involve school life, weird gadgets/unnatural powers, and lots of crazy fanservice.
Inukami also has a diety involved in the main plot, and the ecchi aspect is off the scale. Has a generous ammount of comedy along with an enjoyable story, its a series that gives you the feeling should i be watching this, or awww...kawaii
Both of these shows involve animal (namely fox) spirits/gods in human form as love interests for the protagonists. People who enjoy the ecchi type humor of Kanokon would undoubtedly enjoy Inukami!
The main differences are that Inukami! has more action as well as serious plot arcs and isn't a school life anime. Also, the protagonists are quite different personality-wise and the way that the primary love interests treat them is similarly opposite.
Kanokon and R+V are similar in many aspects, first and foremost the ecchi one. Moreover, they have overly pushy "beauties" who assault the "unlucky" male protagonist, who by the way is a bit of a whimp. Both are also set in school, and have different supernatural aspects to them.
Both have completely perverted girls who just want to have sex with a pretty lame guy. Though in B Gata, the guy is actually interested in the sex. Both also have two girls who are interested in the main character.
Mamoru-kun ni Megami is the non-ecchi, non-hentai and altogether non-perverted version of Kanokon. They both have the same kinds of things going on: same characters, plot structure, art style and comedy. The only real difference between the two anime is the 'ecchiness' factor. Mamoru-Kun ni Megami is as 'innocent' and pure as Kanokon is ecchi and hentai.
If you like one, you'll most certainly like the other.
Both chiquitas (female lead) want's to pop the muchacho's (male lead) cherries.
Both muchachos (male lead) lived a quite and simple life until the chiquita (female lead) came to cause mischief in the lives of the muchacho.
Both have a sudden girl friend appearance genre and school genre.
One muchacho (male lead) can control his chiquita's (female lead) sexual mischief, while the other is a pussy to even say no to the chiquita.
The chiquita in one anime is the one protecting the muchacho, while in the other anime the muchacho has to protect the chiquita from herself, due to the fact that she does all kinds of crazy stuffs.  read more
It is a similar relationship between the male and female protagonists. In this case, its aliens. The alien girl forces her way into the boys life, and the boy really doesn't have much say in the forced romance. The one difference is how the male protagonist of Haiyore is a bit more out spoken in his dislike of Nyaruko.
Both MCs are knuckleheads when it comes to the feelings of all the girls around him. Indecisive and spineless, they'll surely make you want to drive your head in the wall and leave you questioning the girls reasons for ever falling head-over-heels for them. They no idea how lucky they are.
The girls are alike they both have big boobs with another girl with smaller boobs competing for the affections of the main character. The ones with big boobs are always forcing themselves on the main character
Both of the exhibits a sotacon complex ( older girl to younger man).
Both Feamle lead have special abilities, but has to relay on the male lead for their addtional abilities.
And, aside from pant shots there were also nipple shots as well in both animes.
The addtional genre in "Kanokon" is comedy and superntural, while in "Freezing" the addtional genre is Action, sci-fi and shojo.
The main female lead in "Freezing" trys to avoid his male lead at frist, while in "Kanokon" it is the feamle lead who steps into the male lead's life.
The female lead in "Kanokon" is a tease, while the female lead in freezing is more of a conservative type.
Both animes features sotacon romance, that's senior mujer (older girl) to joven chico (younger boy).
In "Kanokon" the relationship is more of a cougar going after and wanna "DO" the tadpole kind of thing, while in "Freezing" it is more of a brother sister thing for the girl and his muchacho (male lead)
Both are also classified as encchi, with both big bouncy boobies, pany and nipple shots.
Both the muchachos (male lead) kinda serves as the female lead's man bitch.
Both feamle lead have special abilities, however, they also have to rely on their muchachos to help them out.
Borderline Hentai is the theme of both of these series. However the stories in both are just good enough to keep you entertained while watching a few at a time unlike the pointless prospect of bingeing hentai.
Both have a male MC that at first is against the sexual assault that onslaughts him but he slowly begins to accept it.
Both each have 2 main girls that go after the MC while Kiss x Sis has a few more side characters as well.
Both very much work as a substitute for hentai.
Both anime show the main characters getting into lewd situations on accidents. While one is focusing on a love triangle and the other comedic situations with several characters from episode to episode Kanokon is KissXsis's Brother in law. They both have lewd situations and funny moments that will make you laugh.
same kind of girl wants boy and boy is afraid to do anything about it, even when hot girl throws herself at him. Lots of funny situations come up and you can't help but laugh. DearS has a little bit darker story later in the series and has a fighting element.
Over all if you liked all the ecchi and laughs in Kanokon you'll most likely enjoy DearS
DearS was the second anime I watched, so I only remember vague parts of it, but I remember that it was a borderline-hentai just like Kanokon. Although DearS may have a little more depth to it, if you're the kind of person who can't help but crack up at over-the-top perverseness, then you might like Kanokon.
Both series are supernatural ecchi 'unwanted harem' love comedies with boatloads of fanservice and a very similar sense of humour. Kanokon has animal spirits and Ninomiya-kun has succubi, but the only notable difference is actually the 'normal human' protagonists: helpless, hapless, jailbaity Kouta and battle-hardened high school warrior Ninomiya.
Both ecchi animes about two girls going after the same guy--one girl having a flat chest, the other one having big breasts, although Goshuushou-sama Ninomiya-kun they have that down to a much more realistic size. The characters are overall quite similar, just with different attitudes. Plus, Kiriko looks surprizingly similar to Iori except without glasses.
Both are about Fox spirits who forcefully make their way into the male protagonist life.
The only difference is that Kanokon has many more (hard) ecchi scenes. While Tayutama is has more (soft) ecchi or doesn't even has any.
There is some kind of fantasy element in both. Cute girl likes tiny guy. Plot-wise, Girls Bravo is better although both series lack strong development. As for fan-service, it exists in both but Kanokon wins by far. Both are good for ecchi entertainment.
Both are comedies with magical main female protagonists and mature content, and crazy on their own ways. While Dokuro-chan is violent and gory, Kanokon is erotic with lots of bare female skin. Even though they are cute animes, they're definitely not for kids.
"How is Wagaya no Oinari-sama. similar to Kanokon?"
Thankfully it's not other than the fact that Wagaya no Oinari-sama also has deities who are foxes. Kanokon was a complete let down for me. If your unsatisfied with Kanokon and wished there was an alternative to that horrid piece of trash, then look no further. Wagaya no Oinari-sama has everything Kanokon does not. Story, plot, and character development. Kanokon was the poison. Wagaya no Oinari-sama is the Antidote.
Same strange mysterious girl to normal guy arc.
Same sotacon relationship between girl and boy.
Same mischievous girl poking fun with the guy.
Same school and supernatural genre.
One is a ghost while the other is a deity.
The guy ( aside from the relative) in the other anime is the only one who can see the girl, while in the other anime the girl is very visible to everyone else, but only a few knows that she's a deity.
One has censored fanservice while the other has intense fanservice.
One has an extra comedy, romance and ecchi genre, while the other has mystery and horror as it's extra genre.
Both anime has a character who merges with a spirit/gods to defeat their enemy.
Both anime have fansercive with the main girl having big boobs.
Both are fun to watch if you want something that doesn't really have a plot.
-Same sotacon kind of relationship where it involves older girl to younger boy.
-Same very clinging Cougar who sexually harasses her tadpole.
-Same comedy, romance and harem.
-Same situation where tadpole is seemly can't make a decision of whether he'll get serious with a hot Cougar or just distance himself from her.
-Same male tadpole character whom were voiced by a female seiyuu.
Both animes follow a harem theme and surprisingly a very nice plot, Shuffle! has an amazing ending and definitely got hit in the face by the 'feels train'. Moreover, when Kanokon ended I ended up with the 'anime hangover' so both are very nice animes and would definitely recommend them!
- Shidou Itsuka = Kouta Oyamada (Male MC)
- Origami Tobiichi = Nozomu Ezomori (Light haired dandere)
- Tohka Yatogami = Chizuru Minamoto (Dark haired that first captivates male MC)
Both involve an indirect love triangle and although the two female MC fight each other, mostly over male MC, they eventually team up to fight a bigger evil. Both also involving kissing that either unlocks power (kanokon) or seals power (DAL).
Both revolve around one main character who is often the subject of unwanted (or wanted) sexual attention. And both are funny in the same sense of the main character being put in embarrassing situations.
Needless and Kanokon similarities:
- Both have a younger boy involved in the story.
- Both have lots of fan service.
- Both have characters with strange powers.
- Both have students and a school they go to.
Although, Needless has more action (which is always fun to have) and less romance than Kanokon, it was still a good anime, and just by the ending theme song i knew it was ecchi.
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These anime both have sudden girlfriend appearances. In kanokon The female leads basically try to rape the male lead. In girls bravo its more of them trying to be his girlfriend ( exept for lisa who try to rape him and marry him)
Even though both anime show completely different plot lines, there are still a few similarities. Spirits like Pete from Ginban Kaleidoscope and Chizuru from Kanokon are able to light up your everyday life simply with their presence. The one is striving and ready to help. The other is a little horny. But the both of them are kind-hearted and loving. They will do anything it takes just to make their most important people happy. And that's not all there is to see - there are many shared feelings and secrets that tie together Sakurano and Pete (Ginban Kaleidoscope) and Chizuru and Kouta (Kanokon). Just watch and see for yourself! read more
both are well ummm Harems and well umm the two main girl characters are umm how do I say this ummmmm well.....rape in Kanokon so far and school days has ummm sexy - the Y and both are just screwed up. >_<
They both involve a preteen boy and girls trying to get with him. They have a similar setting in school. Even the supporting character resemble eachother. The twins, the nerd, the peace keeper and the wacky comedical friend of the main character.
A very beautiful girl falls for a normal, nothing special guy. After the guy meets the girl, his life is turn upside down and meets more people. In addition to that, both series has a tremendous amount of ecchi/ fan service.