Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san


Teasing Master Takagi-san

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Alternative Titles

English: Teasing Master Takagi-san
Synonyms: Skilled Teaser Takagi-san
Japanese: からかい上手の高木さん

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 8, 2018 to Mar 26, 2018
Premiered: Winter 2018
Broadcast: Mondays at 23:00 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Theme: SchoolSchool
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.731 (scored by 210378210,378 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #9882
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Popularity: #361
Members: 441,851
Favorites: 3,798

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Recommendations

In both shows, the main character's intentions are winning from one another. In Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai, there is a more serious tone to the show and both characters have their up and lows in their "Love War". Meanwhile, Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san is more tender and sweet kind of anime. The female protagonist is always on advantage and is happy to tease the male protagonist who tries (uselessly) to fight her back. 
report Recommended by Nyanda
Same style. Girl teases boy. However, the girl from Ijiranaide is just so intense than the other. 
report Recommended by anjerika18
Comedy with similar character dynamics, a girl teasing a socially awkward guy. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
Comedies about boy and a girl in school setting, sitting close to each other and teasing/pranking the other to get away with boredom. In Seki-kun the boy is the one teasing most of the time, in Takagi-san it's the girl. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
Wholesome Relationship 
report Recommended by Frosch10010
Both share a light-hearted tone and some beautiful lovely comedy, sure Tsurezure was shorter and had more characters, but the whole experience, specially with one couple is really similar. 
report Recommended by Otakanime
In both shows you will see the relationship between a mysterious girl and a normal guy trying to surpass her skills. Similar humor style. 
report Recommended by Blancchet
Both of these anime feature an aggressive female protagonist (who is secretly in a relationship with) and a naïve male protagonist. Except that Ueno-san is more aggressive than Takagi-san. 
report Recommended by Markdoka
Both shows are school-centered gag shows that place a premium on ridiculous situations and pure comedy. Sakamoto Desu-ga? is more surreal, with elaborate set-ups at times, while Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san focuses more on fast, frequent laughs. 
report Recommended by delta5
Even though theme and setting is different bot are romance anime which revolve only around FL AND ML and also in both shows FL constantly teases ML  
report Recommended by Srivathsasai
Both are aid-back school, comedy anime and each episode branch off into multiple parts. 
report Recommended by Bakumako18
A boy and a girl grows closer to each other through the use of unusual trait. Takagi-san lacks stylish execution in comparison with Nazo no Kano, but when it succeeds it captures the beauty of unconsciously being in love. 
report Recommended by Oji-nyan
Annoying. Teasing Master Taakgi-san and A Whisker Away both follow a girl who is directly annoying to the partner. Teasing Master has Takagi and her counteracting of whatever Nishikata has to play. Whisker Away has Muge and her silly antics she pushed onto Hinode. Both are good comedy anime with touches of romance, Whisker Away being a movie, Teasing Master being a TV anime.  
report Recommended by NextUniverse
Ok so this may seem a little far fetched, but I assure you there is similarity. Death Note and Teasing Master Takagi-san both follow MCs who are in constant mind games with each other. Death Note featuring the battle between Light and L. Takagi-san featuring Takagi and Nishikata in playful contests that use a ton of thinking and getting into their opponents head. With Death Note being a dark psychological anime about serial killings. Takagi-san is much more light-hearted and wholesome. 
report Recommended by NextUniverse
Both Main girl and main boy characters have similar interactions in the both animes, and gives a bitter sweet feeling that i really like. If you find this anime good then you might find this other one good either. 
report Recommended by Digitizer
Romcom but less serious and much more light hearted! 
report Recommended by fujiwaratofuten
Both are light-hearted slice-of-life shows with a similar teasing dynamic between the main characters 
report Recommended by ptrharmonic
Both revolve around the life of a set of characters in a school tho some episodes divert towards some of the supporting chracters Both are comedies but Takagi is more romance centered and without dirty jokes, at which Galko excels 
report Recommended by Jamesmarshallhay
Somewhat surprised I didn't see this recommended yet. Both shows give off the exact same feel-good vibes with plenty of hints towards romance between the main characters, but both lead males are oblivious to this in their own way. They also have a lot of similar episode themes and both make for an all-around relaxed and happy anime experience. Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san is more of an innocent middle school version of this story, while Nozaki is the high school adaptation. The other main difference is that the roles are reversed between the male and female leads. Nozaki in a way, unknowingly, teases Chiyo by putting  read more 
report Recommended by DMNorth
Both comedy, slice of life, Nichijou's style is making the mundane parts of life exciting 
report Recommended by nienai
Both got a similar comedy aspect. The animation is kinda refreshing 
report Recommended by Chickenkeriyaki
- Both (generally) light hearted - Lots of fluff - Feel good - Adorable animation  
report Recommended by paluma
This anime is for people who are lovers of the romance genre 
report Recommended by Maou_anos
Both have a beautiful story where the female MC tries to lovingly reach out to her lover, who has not yet assumed love for her. Although the characters in Ao Haru Ride are older, and as a result, the anime has a slightly more mature style, it provides the same fun. 
report Recommended by SizuBolado
Both are light-hearted romances that take place at school. Very relaxing to watch, there is no drama, and you will love all the characters! 
report Recommended by tommevoo
Cutesy anime. MC in both gets teased by the main love interest, which happens to be the popular girl everyone wants, and yet goes for the boring looking bland guy. Both animes are a great school slice of life; as well as have a focus on the background characters to add a sense of reality and depth.  
report Recommended by Abstract_Creator
- comedic slice-of-life school anime - both anime involve people getting teased by other people (and that's one of the main plot points); Satanya by Gabriel and Raphiel - Nishikata by Takagi 
report Recommended by karakatsu
Both are set in middle school. Both animes have a lot of comedy elements even though Kodocha has more drama while Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san has more comedy. 
report Recommended by TakamakiJoker
Very similiar but here (Special A) the girl is the one losing over the boy, she always lose all challenges to him but she never give up too. 
report Recommended by Mike_ptbr
Same vibes, similar characters, different plot. - Nishikata is like Usami, they got teased and blushed a lot by their love interest/close friend. - Takagi is quite similar to Uchimaki in terms of teasing/making the main protagonists blush (although Takagi did it on purpose, while Uchimaki didn't even notice it). - The girl trio from Karakai Jouzu is basically a chibi version of Usami's female friends. However, the difference is clear. Konobi is focused on Art Club activities, while Karakai Jouzu is focused on the challenges between Takagi & Nishikata. If you enjoyed one, you'll definitely like the other. 
report Recommended by renzospark
Similar relationship between the two main characters. The girl (Masuzu/Takagi) is invincible, while the boy (Eita/Nishikata) keep getting teased/embarrassed. 
report Recommended by renzospark
In both anime, the female leads enjoy to tease and make the male lead's life hard. While Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san is more innocent and sweet in a high schooler's setting, in Dagashi Kashi there is a more intense humor with sometimes a more serious tone to life.The point is, if you're looking for an anime with a sassy girl, both of the anime are a great pick. 
report Recommended by Nyanda
A boy and a girl grows closer to each other through the use of unusual trait. Takagi-san lacks stylish execution in comparison with Hyouka, but when it succeeds it captures the beauty of unconsciously being in love. 
report Recommended by Oji-nyan
They both consist of subtle love story between classmate and very sweet to watch! 
report Recommended by happychau123
Both are romance anime that really capsulate the "love" between teenagers. Both also had me grinning like a madman, so there's that. 
report Recommended by Blytz
A slice-of-life set in school, the titular female character has the main male costar wrapped around her finger. She is manipulative and always getting what she wants at his expense.  
report Recommended by Dewelleric
Two protagonists who are friends and feel love for each other. In addition to the art style and the theme of friendship and love. More drama (Isshuukan Friends) and more comedy (Karakai Jouzu on Takagi-san). 
report Recommended by LovelyNao
For those who didn't know they wanted a full season of D'Arby the Gambler. If you enjoyed the mind games of that arc, then prepare a shrine because it's time to worship the goddess of abject mental torture, Takagi-san! 
report Recommended by yetAnotherGhost
Slice of Life, Comedy, Romance, School, Shounen 
report Recommended by yong_Hoo
Kyou no 5 no 2 instantly came into my mind after watching the first episode of Karakai Youzu no Takagi-san. Both series are school comedies with boys-girls interactions creating funny moments. However I'd say Kyou no 5 no 2 is more ecchi. If you enjoy Karakai Youzu no Takagi-san then Kyou no 5 no 2 will be a nice series to check out. Cheers :) 
report Recommended by Crispmj
Both are Romance anime giving pretty different vibes. Despite this, I believe that both anime are quite similar to each other. Both main characters of the anime are teased by the ma love interest. In Kaichou wa Maid-sama, this would be Misaki being teased by Usui and in Karaki Jouzu no Takagi-san it would be Nishikata being teased by Takagi. Both anime are also quite comedic as well. 
report Recommended by meitanteiadri
While Non Non Biyrori is a story about friendship beetwin several youg girls, Karakai Jouzi is a romance beetwin two young childrens. But both are very peacefull anime made with nothing but cuteness and happiness, and you finally watch them with a smile painted on your face. 
report Recommended by Screaming_G