Tada-kun wa Koi wo Shinai


Tada Never Falls in Love

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Alternative Titles

English: Tada Never Falls in Love
Synonyms: Tada Doesn't Fall in Love
Japanese: 多田くんは恋をしない

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 5, 2018 to Jun 28, 2018
Premiered: Spring 2018
Broadcast: Thursdays at 21:00 (JST)
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Doga Kobo
Source: Original
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.561 (scored by 9482794,827 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #14312
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Popularity: #779
Members: 224,654
Favorites: 979

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Recommendations

Tada-kun wa Koi wo Shnai is basically Nozaki-kun, but without original manga's flaws. Definitely better than Nozaki-kun. If you watched Nozaki-kun, just watch Tadakoi. 
report Recommended by hiddentheory
Romantic comedy shows involving a group of friends. The main couples share similar personalities with a quiet-stoic guy and a cheerful-friendly girl, making the dynamics of both pairings similar. Both shows also have more than one possible pairings. Even though Tadakoi is set on high school, and Wotakoi is set on working age, both have similar atmosphere, in which it leans on the comedy but have a lighthearted way of presenting the romance aspect. 
report Recommended by Shirayukin
If you want to watch a really genki girl interact with a rather stoic and taciturn boy, you might enjoy one or the other. Coincidentally, Nakamura Yuuichi voices both Oreki and Tada, which makes both characters feel similar, in addition to their personality. 
report Recommended by TheKillerAngel
While it seems like the most obvious similarity is that both shows feature a photography club in school that is the backdrop for a romance, you can draw comparisons of the female leads and the side characters in both shows as well. Teresa (Tada-kun) and Hitomi (IRODUKU) are both entering an environment they are not used to, Teresa being from another country and Hitomi being from a different era. The side characters in both shows seem to have romantic interests inside the club as well, but with the other members. 
report Recommended by dotta
Both series have a similar main character. Both are slice of life/romance. Both have unique visuals and animation 
report Recommended by dhruvr57
-spring 2018 -cafe -cat -slice of life -nakamura yuuichi 
report Recommended by Orange
-both female mc are foreigner -female mc are weird in their own way (teresa is shogun otaku, mashiro can't even live normally) -female mc has foreigner friend too (alexandra and rita) -the mc's friend (same grade) are afraid of the female mc's friend (kaoru and ryuunosuke) -the female mc are joining an art class/club (painting and photography) 
report Recommended by D_Dimaz
Both ths shows are rom-coms, slice of life based shows and both have great endings. Plus they both have great soundtracks , story, animations and characterizations. You'll enjoy both of 'em and may love both of 'em as well. 
report Recommended by This-Iz-Jeff
Beautiful romance series with lots of twists and heart shaking scenes 
report Recommended by Fa1zan
They are similar when we talk about the theme. Both MC is an Orphan get false promises from their parents because they are dead. It leave impacts on him,and then someone changed his life. Well in Dokyonin, instead of person,it's a cat that change our MC. If you are into romance, watch Tada-kun. But if you just want some anime to relax, Dokyonin is the choice. Oh,and both of them also have one Childhood friend who knows what's the best for our MC. Sometimes when you see them interact,it' kinda look like BL😆 
report Recommended by AntiMoba
simple approach to a love story but gives you a satisfied warm fuzzy feeling inside at the end 
report Recommended by Leorio_Takeo9
Women hesitant to accepting their future marriage try to live a free life so that they can stay true to themselves  
report Recommended by inuko101
Both are romantic comedies Both MC have kind of a dark past They both have a large group of friends 
report Recommended by Mikutayo
Both shows *Are romantic comedies with a lot of emphasis on the comedy side *A roughly equal male/female balanced cast *Multiple relationship pairings that get explored throughout the series  
report Recommended by Weedwacker
Both series are mainly in a cafe, and one of the main characters is a foreigner, they are hardly similar but if you liked one then you might like the other, they are both not a harem, just a cute love story of most of the main cast. 
report Recommended by lona_catee
Both shows focus on secret "princesses" who are living their lives in regular society. They are both also engaged to marry the Prince, which is unknown by the friends they made 
report Recommended by Short_Circut
The art style and characters are alike, both are quite short. Both are emotional with a touch of comedy and slice of life.  
report Recommended by Pinnipups
While i dont like this anime because of the animation and bleak story. It bears similarity with tada kun in terms of being non harem, shonen. Ive seen a lot of people give it a 10 and maybe this is the way to go for those who liked those particular elements of tada kun 
report Recommended by Sonicps1