Chio-chan no Tsuugakuro


Chio's School Road

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Alternative Titles

English: Chio's School Road
Japanese: ちおちゃんの通学路

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 6, 2018 to Sep 21, 2018
Premiered: Summer 2018
Broadcast: Fridays at 22:00 (JST)
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Diomedéa
Source: Manga
Genre: ComedyComedy
Demographic: SeinenSeinen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.451 (scored by 4170241,702 users)
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Ranked: #17792
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Popularity: #1615
Members: 98,542
Favorites: 299

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Recommendations

Cute girls doing crazy, rather than cute, things. Similar humour, ridiculous recurring characters and hilarious friendships. 
report Recommended by Ph0esz
Similar emphasis on second-hand embarrassment as a source of comedy, with the two main characters of Chio-chan no Tsuugakuro both sharing certain personality traits with Tomoko from WataMote. 
report Recommended by Fuerzo
Both share a similar sense of comedy, so much so, I couldn't help thinking about DKnN while watching CnT. One is centered around high school boys and the other being centered around a high school girl. Both are really silly and poke fun at "relatable" scenarios with added mischief. You could place an episode from one anime into the other and hardly tell the difference, theme-wise, that it's from another anime. Atmosphere and characters are both alike. I like to imagine both anime take place in the same world... wouldn't be surprised if Chio and Hidenori were somehow related... CnT has a bit more adult  read more 
report Recommended by SindySugar
Features school girl friends, and the humor is super similar. They're both stupid in the best ways. The characters are super ridiculous and a lot of the humor comes from them making fun of each other.  
report Recommended by Xeneixian
Both basically are about high school daily life with over the top comedy scenes. In Saiki Kusuo, mc is using his psychic power to solve any problem he is facing, while in Chio chan, mc is using her gaming knowledge to solve any problem she is facing. 
report Recommended by lswarmruler
Both series are able to turn the daily school lives into hilarious moments, in absolutely crazy ways! Also the supporting roles also contribute greatly to the general enjoyment of tue series. 
report Recommended by xxbluebirdxx
Both are comedies that will make you laugh constantly. They also have a similar comedy style. 
report Recommended by Waro9
Pure comedy that starts from a specific goal (get a good sleep or arrive to school). 
report Recommended by ekataru
Let me tell you a 'secret'. The protagonist had such an 'awesome' school life that she moved to a new location afterwards, took the surname of Kobayashi and has got herself a personal maid. It's a shame that she lied about the 'no friend' part. Refreshing takes of anime, in my opinion. 
report Recommended by SgtBaitMan
both are comedy anime surrounding a group of high school girls ups and downs.although the plot is different the whole idea of the two are very similar.also both have good waifus 
report Recommended by sakuraskies
Tho the plots are very different they have the same kind of humor and give off very similar energy. Both have awkward female protagonists with really strong personalities. If you liked one of them you'll probably like the other :) 
report Recommended by Frogwearingsocks
The two animez are similar in the sense that - 1)both of them have female protagonist 2)both of them have slight romance which is shown as a side story but the romance part actually does a better job than many serious romance animez 3)both of them are very hilarious shows and sometimes does the parody parts even better than gintama. you can't help but laugh To be honest, i think everyone will enjoy this show greatly if they are a fan of comedy animez 
report Recommended by yabuki-kun
Both shows are stupid in the best ways. The comedy hits the same, at least for me. It's just so in your face and the characters go all-in on everything they do. Outside the comedy aspects, they're both slice of life, focusing on girls who are in school, but you don't really see them going to school. The school part isn't important, it's what they get up to outside of class, and the relationships they make along the way. Both Chio and Uzaki are awkward protagonists who mostly want to have a good time with their friends. Lots of teasing and not taking themselves too seriously. Overall, they  read more 
report Recommended by Xeneixian
Both are comedy anime involving so many games references and airing in Summer 2018. High score girl mc is playing and referencing so many old arcade and old console games, mainly Street Fighter series. While Chio chan mc is playing and referencing so many newer pc games, such as Assasin Creed, Fallout, PUBG, etc. High score girl contains many fluffy romantic moments, while chio chan contains so many over the top wacky scenes 
report Recommended by lswarmruler
Both series are equally hilarious in very creative ways and the supporting roles are all equally interesting to enrich the enjoyment level as a whole. If you have enjoyed Gintama you will also enjoy the other too. 
report Recommended by xxbluebirdxx
Both are pretty decent comedy anime, nothing amazing but quite good. And unlike most Japanese centered comedies, they are easy to understand and sometimes even make references / jokes about Western media, making them more suitable for Western audiences (both still take place in Japan though). Chio-chan is school setting while Nami Kiite has a full adult cast who already have a job. 
report Recommended by Khalan
Similar style of humour,similar situations. Both are crazy and funny,but Kiki Musume more ecchi and not about a schoolgirls. 
report Recommended by FreedomOrFire