Asobi Asobase


Asobi Asobase: Workshop Of Fun

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Alternative Titles

English: Asobi Asobase: Workshop Of Fun
Japanese: あそびあそばせ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 8, 2018 to Sep 23, 2018
Premiered: Summer 2018
Broadcast: Sundays at 21:00 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Lerche
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, SchoolSchool
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 8.191 (scored by 110821110,821 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #3102
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #532
Members: 245,281
Favorites: 3,203

Recommendations

Very similar sense of humor and antics 
report Recommended by AnimeObasan
Very similar to Nichijou. A School comedy with absurd gags that will definitely make you laugh. 
report Recommended by Novastar12
Both series have a ... f'd.. up sense of humor that had me rolling on the floor dying. 
report Recommended by 935513
3 friends having fun with each other and interacting with lots of different people. Both have great comedy in them and both are quite enjoyable. 
report Recommended by RPWPA
- both have 3 main girl characters who are best friends but treat each other like jerks - both similar comedy, same school life setting - both hilarious and very similar style of humor 
report Recommended by iNinjeek
Cute girls doing crazy, rather than cute, things. Similar humour, ridiculous recurring characters and hilarious friendships. 
report Recommended by Ph0esz
Imagine Gintama's ridiculous, progressively more insane comedy, but focused on three high school girls. 
report Recommended by wolffanghameha
2 great comedy animes perfect to pass the time.(Eng)/ 2 excelentes animes de comédia perfeitos para passar o tempo.(Pt-Br) 
report Recommended by Romitti
Hilarious slice-of-life comedies about a club which exists solely for its members to slack off, as they take place in an all-girls academy there is heavy girls love undertones, albeit more heavy handed in Yuru Yuri. Both are incredibly high quality in comedic delivery and have similar character types, some of the best in the CGDCT genre and firmly stand tall among them. 
report Recommended by Jerkhov
Both series are episodic and revolve around a very loose plot. Here are some common, and best qualities of the two shows: Ugly-cute gag (applies to both characteristics and situational), light-hearted, and silly. 
report Recommended by Sad_Blueberry
Both are comedies that are actually enjoyable and are not filled with second-hand embarrassment. The focus is more on the characters than on a relevant plot. Although not on the same level as Asobi Asobase, Sakiki does have its fair share of screaming and hilarious faces to go along with the anime. In general, their plots aren't alike but they have the same vibe. 
report Recommended by mai_mai_
Very Similar sense of humor and aesthetic. with the cute girls and everything. 
report Recommended by shirogane-san
Similar, absurd sense of humour - Asobi Asobase is like Azumanga on steroids. 
report Recommended by sajagi
The humour is very similar and both focus on girls and their relationships with each other and the world. The comedy and humour is quite similar as well. 
report Recommended by KarsaOrlong
If you like the comedy portions in hinamatsuri then you'll like a lot of asobi asobase as a whole 
report Recommended by stripedshirt
Both anime focus on the ridiculous everyday interactions and dynamics of 3 female friends in a school setting. Asobi Asobase not only features a similar sense of humor to Oshiete! Galko-chan, but also dabbles with some coming of age topics as well. If you are looking for something light-hearted and to simply be entertained, you need to give this a chance! Similarities: - school / comedy genres - 3 female friends - draws humor from naiveté of characters - talks about loosely similar topics in a very similar manner From a comical standpoint, Asobi Asobase is a touch more juvenile compared to Oshiete Galko-chan; while both focus on the  read more 
report Recommended by ashhhhlyy
both of them always play some games in their room have a MC which is rich and have a maid (or butler in Asobi Asobase) both of them have a good narrator 
report Recommended by Circlutch
Both anime are about a bunch of Highschool girls who do ridiculous things. 
report Recommended by xShinigami3125
Both have school girls hanging around doing random things each episode. Both have that one fake dodgy english speaking foreigner. Both are funny and silly. 
report Recommended by NewG
Both are about passing time in boring classrooms and both are very funny 
report Recommended by Ginyusha
The shows have similar over-the-top vulgar humour, even if Gokudolls did it in a bit more of an extreme sense. 
report Recommended by Varjosoturi
Two cute anime which looks can be quite deceiving. Underneath the cute appearances are straight-up non-sense comedies. If you're looking for anime with random comedy and a lot of non-sense, these fit the description. Although they look like girly animations they hardly have cute moments. Dumb and delusional characters that are constantly fighting and overreacting, weird events and lack of logic. But the most important similarity is how the characters completely ignore their main goal (Milky Holmes not caring about getting their powers back or becoming great detectives and Kasumi not caring about improving her English skills at all) and just do pointless stuff instead. 
report Recommended by INU4SH4
Both are slightly absurdist comedies which incorporate or parody other popular genres (ZLS Idol/Horror and Asobi Slice of Life), both starring cute girls. If you enjoy the style of comedy in ZLS, Asobi Asobase is for you. 
report Recommended by Sudran
The plot is that there is no plot. Lucky Star and Asobi Asobase are exactly carbon copies with each other with ther nonsensical comedy and cute girls doings way too many random things. Also, both have the chaotical girl (Konata and Olivia), the well endowed glasses girl (Miyuki and Kasumi) and the twin-tailed girl (Kagami and Hanako). At the end of each episodes, there's a somehow comedy number.  
report Recommended by tlato_but
Both shows contain overly exaggerated comedy, more so than you'll see in average gag shows. They both also use loudness and facial expressions as the primary source of comedy 
report Recommended by Short_Circut
in my opinion both have a similiar comedy taste even tho Gaikotsu Shotein takes place at a book shop while Asobi takes place at school both of them talks about daily life moments that ocurr in a funny and exaggerated way what makes impossible not to laugh while watching them if you want to have a good time while watching anime i recommend one of these  
report Recommended by BakaDorayaki
3 young female protagonists enjoying life as they can and some ridiculous situations, episodes composed of little segments, basically Mitsuboshi is a light version of Asobi Asobase's blue humour 
report Recommended by curvedtree
Both are basically about a club that has no certain activity, and everyone is weird. 
report Recommended by Zeon013
Both consists of exaggerated hilarious short abnormal stories.  
report Recommended by ys19931006
- In both the main characters are girls who joke at each other - Both have a similar club atmosphere - Both are not usual moe titles 
report Recommended by Ma11ory
Both shows feature a lot dirty jokes featuring perverted girls who are making the joke  
report Recommended by Tenshiholic
Character-wise, Hanako (Asobi Asobase) pretty much has the same aura or genki-level as Tenma (School Rumble) has. Both pretty much has the comedy in them. (and with hair fall-down, Hanako kinda looks like her, too) 
report Recommended by GiancarloLS
The gag of Asobi Asobase just resonates so much on the Kill Me Baby level, and even more! ;) 
report Recommended by GiancarloLS
Both animes have the same humor. It's hilarious just like Asobi. 
report Recommended by xNutelly
They are both firstly Hilarious! We see the funny interactions of theses characters mostly in school and around. The character interactions being the selling point, it is easy to get lost in both of them and just find yourself smiling and giggling uncontrollably. Along with the humour comes a touch of heart most people are sure to appreciate. 
report Recommended by SenninSage
Both shows feature exaggerated facial expressions as a main part of their comedy and weird voice acting that fleshes out the character's strengths (Hina Kino with Hanako, Saori Hayami with Yumeko).  
report Recommended by uchimaki131
Both have a strange sense of humor, you probably will laugh a lot watching Asobi Asobase if you had fun with Inferno cop 
report Recommended by theluki
Both are absurdist, surreal comedies featuring a unisex cast in a school setting. I like to imagine Asobi Asobase personified as Cromartie High's little punk sister. Asobi Asobase tends to prefers high energy humor while Cromartie High, which is by no means slow paced, will occasionally play the long game with their jokes. Visual humor is prominent in both shows, with particular emphasis placed on absurd facial expressions. Side Note: If you do plan on watching Cromartie High School, I would highly, HIGHLY, recommend the english dub. I don't think Asobi Asobase has or will get an english dub, but that doesn't matter as the  read more 
report Recommended by C_M_