Ryuuou no Oshigoto!


The Ryuo's Work is Never Done!

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Alternative Titles

English: The Ryuo's Work is Never Done!
Japanese: りゅうおうのおしごと!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 8, 2018 to Mar 26, 2018
Premiered: Winter 2018
Broadcast: Mondays at 22:00 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Project No.9
Source: Light novel
Genres: ComedyComedy, GameGame, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.951 (scored by 4969249,692 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #37502
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Popularity: #1117
Members: 119,799
Favorites: 248

Recommendations

Both shows are about aspiring professional shogi players. However, the approaches to the show are much different as in March, the MC is trying to make it into the world of shogi after numerous setbacks in life, and in Ryuo the MC is already a champion in shogi and is teaching girls to become pros. Both have cute girls in it, though it is far more pronounced in Ryuo as they are the center of attention, while in March the girls are just emotional support for the MC. If you like Ryuo, then I highly recommend March, though the other way around  read more 
report Recommended by GridironOtaku
These two series are not only almost similar in their premise and characters, they are also adapted by the same studio, therefore, those who enjoyed the first show, definitely will like the second. 
report Recommended by RobertBobert
They give of the same vibe as each other. The anime story telling is similar too. This is just based of one episode. But i believe Ryuuou will turn out to be very similar to Saki once we get to see more. So far i would recommend both if you like the one of them. 
report Recommended by KatjeKai
Both are about an older male coaching younger females. Both should also be watched in private, in incognito mode, and with a VPN. 
report Recommended by Lizard23
Similarities: -Both anime have cute lolis. -Both anime is all about a game. -Both anime have characters who are geniuses. Differences: -No Game No Life had blood related siblings while Ryuuou no Oshigoto! is a Master x Disciple positions. -No Game No Life uses Chess while Ryuuou no Oshigoto! contains Shogi. -No Game No Life had a character where she is being forced to fall in love to the MC while Ryuuou no Oshigoto! had a tsundere. -No Game No Life is Isekai while Ryuuou no Oshigoto is real life. -No Game No Life had siblings who are Antropophobic and NEETs while Ryuuou no Oshigoto! freely encounters people around them. 
report Recommended by Dorajiru-kun
The same loli relationship that involves older guy to very young girl, except in Ryyyou the guy was just slightly older than the girl or like a 7 years difference, while in Nobunaga there is a 15 year difference.  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
A more cheerful version of the former, as it deals with more lolis and with a (sometimes) serious slice of life approach to anime. 
report Recommended by albertbrown
Alrighty. These two are pretty much the same but what sets them apart is that Ryuuou no Oshigoto is about shogi and Chihayafuru is about karuta. Ryuuou no Oshigoto is more light hearted than Chihayafuru but if you're looking for an anime that has the same type of progression in the story (someone trying to become the best at something/ getting technical into the game iteself) then Chihayafuru might be a good one for you.  
report Recommended by Arukuto
Both are mainly about Shogi. Ryuuou no Oshigoto! is more comedy based with a male lead. Shion no Ou is more drama and mystery based with a female lead. Both are well worth watching! 
report Recommended by Aoimoku777
This anime focus on the world of go, another traditional game played in Japan with similar professional leagues, tournaments and titles. 
report Recommended by Akeitho
Comedical series centered around playing shogi. The series is focused on the game and includes a professional commentary through the eyes of commentator characters, so you can watch those even if you don't know the shogi rules. While Ryuuou no Oshigoto has lolis as a secondary focus, Shogi Hour has more absurd humor. 
report Recommended by abystoma2