Bunny Girl is basically a less verbose version of Bakemonogatari, complete with the anthology setup of the main guy, who comes off as a sarcastic prick but is secretly super nice, helps the waifu of the week come to terms with her social anxieties and hangups that supernaturally manifest in very literal ways. The snappy dialogue and instant chemistry between the leads makes both shows a very fun watch, but Bunny Girl is much more accessible.
Main guy is just your normal guy trying to help a bunch of girls with their issues. Their issues have realistic causes, but supernatural symptoms. There is also an obvious romance in both. Bunny Girl doesn't have all the word-play and quirky Shaft animation.
- Girls afflicted by supernatural/spiritual phenomena
- Main guy helps the girls
- Predominantly female characters
- Main guys both a little bit pervy/cheeky
- Main girls in each are very tsundere
Overall similar shows but both unique and if you watch one it doesnt feel like you're watching a rip off if you watch the other
If you enjoyed Bunny Girl Senpai, then you will enjoy it's original inspiration.
Bakemonogatari is more dialogue driven in the best way possible (being much more complex and witty as well as thought provoking). In addition, the art style is one of a kind - I've yet to watch an anime as visually interesting in the particular way that Bakemonogatari (as well as the entire Monogatari series adapted from the many light novels) perfectly executes. Not only is this the most involved anime I've had the pleasure of watching, but it entraps my full and constant attention with thoroughly fleshed-out characters, clever humor, and entertaining plots. The story is not only well-crafted, but as I mentioned previously, both the dialogue AND the visuals hold nearly equal attention in the story-telling which is why they can feel unnervingly subtle and yet bold and brightly colorful at the very same time resulting in a gorgeous narrative I wholly recommend.
Bunny Girl Senpai is by no means bad in comparison in my personal opinion, however it tends to lend itself to being more easily digestible by the general public. So if you enjoyed it for any reason, please give the Monogatari series a try, starting with Bakemonogatari! Thank you for reading! read more
-Female lead with a sharp tongue.
-Male Lead seems like a normal guy but is secretly quite weird himself and also quite special.
-Both deal with anomalies in an otherwise normal world. Puberty Syndrome in Seibu, oddities in Monogatari.
-Number of other girls appear but the main relationship is straightforward and doesn't get derailed.
-Very fun to watch, good anime.
"Aobuta" shares many similarities with the Monogatari Series.
The story is about a high school boy meeting different girls with supernatural phenomenon and helping them solve their problems.
The main character seems unsocial and his classmates always misunderstand him. But actually he is a straightforward boy, and willing to help people around him.
The heroine is a pretty and cool girl with long black hair. She has a bit of sadism and sharp tougue, and often plays tricks on the main character.
While I don't think these two are as similar as others who instantly compared the two. They do share some themes and structure, while differing in pacing and tone. If you enjoyed one you're fairly likely to enjoy the other, as I enjoyed both immensely, though for different reasons. The main similarity are to me is how the story is laid out. Story arcs in both focus on the cast of heroins and their supernatural problems that stem from and reflect their preexisting psychological hangups. The girls solve their problems by working together with the subdued, quick witted, and hilariously straightforward male protagonist of the respective series.
I think these protagonists are where these anime differ from many others in such a positive way. He is not a "blank slate." They feel much more realistic and likable. One of the main reasons being that they are both in committed relationships throughout the series, and have genuine romantic chemistry with their girlfriends. You just don't see this much. In both of these shows there are a lot of girls who could be just another potential love-interest for him, if this were your typical harem-romance-drama series. While they are clear that they find these other girls are attractive, they're committed and loyal to their girlfriend, both of which happen to be the first they save in the series. (not chronologically in Monogatari's case)
The differences in the shows is the tone and pacing. Monogatari is more humerus and has more action, not that necessarily makes it better. Monogatari is a lot more fast paced and is full of subtle jokes, deep-cut Japanese pop culture references and puns. (Even the name is a pun.) Whereas Bunnygirl Senpai is more serious overall, but not without humor. Monogatari can be and is often serious, but overall is a lot more off-the-walls than Bunnygirl Senpai, which is more dramatic and realistic.
They're not the same, not a copy-paste at all
The most important thing I can say is that I doubt say Bunnygirl Senpai will always hold up like Monogatari, it's mostly because it just finished airing that it has so much attention. After all, Monogatari is one of my favorite shows of all time, and Bunnygirl Senpai was my just favorite of this season, only time will tell. read more
First of all, not only Bakemonogatari, but all the monogatari serie. It is very similar to the point that there's something weird going on with a female character for a ahort period of time and that the main character try to understand the situation and then save the girl. Monogatari have more dialogue and less actions than Bunny Girl and less character, indeed there's no background character in monogatari, it looks like they live in an emlty town. But if you liked bunny girl, you'll probably enjoy the monogatari serie!
Very similar in terms of plot and characters. The main guy helps other girls who suffer from a supernatural phenomenon and of course, some of them fall in love with him. The main couples are also very similar in both shows.
“Poor man’s Monogatari”
Long story short:troubled girls are saved by a sarcastic MC.
Same “harem”-ish style,same interesting dialogue and the same special “tsundere” main female character.Even so,there are a lot of differences in quality.
Both focus around paranormal/supernatural occurrences.
Female and Male MC's strongly resemble each other
Male MC finds the need to save others from these supernatural occurrences
Initial Arc establishes relationship between lead male and female
Character driven series
For once there is actually a show that is similar to Monogatari. Both shows involve the MC dealing with supernatural problems involving a wide range of girls. In both shows, while there's a main love interest that spans the series, there are small elements of harems for the MC's.
Both shows also have unique interactions between the characters and contain ample amounts of witty humor
If you didn't like Bakemonogatari for it being verbose, flashy, or unconventional but still enjoyed some of the themes used than Bunny Girl Senpai might be for you. Bakemonogatari will give you more memorable characters and is all-around better written but if you are looking for something more simple then Bunny Girl is the way.
A shameless yet selfless high school boy encounters several girls dealing with supernatural ailments and tries to help them in several distinct arcs. Sakuta and Koyomi are extremely similar as are Mai and Hitagi. Basically, the setup, structure, and characters have strong parallels. They’re both really good too.
Both try to explore problems that people face via more literal supernatural elements (spirits in Monogatari and adolecense syndrome in Seishun Buta Yarou). Where Bake more focuses on interal conflicts and problems relating to themselves, Seishun Buta Yarou focuses on an individual's interactions and place within a societal context (and then by proxy, how it affects them). Both however, are still good in both rights. There are also other small similarites that a fan of one can recognise in the other but they both still feel like fresh and interesting series in their own ways.
Both shows have a note of the supernatural things, that happening around main characters: the hero of this story is still a high school student, who meets a girl with supernatural phenomenon and helping her to solve a problem. Also, main heroine has a personality of "tsundere": sometimes, she can be angry to protagonist and even rude him, but on the other hand, she loves him and feel safety with MC.
Besides it, in both animes slip philosophical and scientific thoughts.
The story lines are very similar and equally interesting! The main character seems to be a pushover when in reality he has a righteous attitude towards helping others in need. They both walk the line between supernatural and reality; the character's emotions manipulate the world at large through themes of physics and spirituality. The themes are also very philosophical and every episode of Bunny Girl leaves me wondering about how I perceive my world, just like the Bakemonogatari series did. Mild fanservice too! I absolutely recommend both anime.
Bunny Girl is a rip off except
Generic art style
less of Shaft's spice
easier to consume
slightly more cliche
BUT STILL GOOD!
Self aware deadpan boy highschooler meets long hair self aware girl during a supernatural moment. Girl tells boy to not tell anyone he saw her.
He helps girls with their personal mental problems that manifest into something supernatural. He helps girls only for his harem.
There is a glasses clad girl who knows everything that can help the mc on any supernatural problem.
There is a girl who really has a crush on the mc.
There is a girl who is somehow the same age after a long time.
There is a girl who knows everything and has a split personality.
The ending song is sung by the girl who the arc is focused on. Monogatari does this with the opening song.
And many other minor similarities to Monogatari.
Both shows have one main male protagonist with many female characters surrounding him, but what makes both of these shows great is how they both are not harems. The females in both shows actually have characteristics and are not boring. Also not all of them are falling over romantic for the male protagonist.
Both shows character develop their main male protagonist as well as the females very well.
- Set in modern day with some supernatural elements
- Cast of mostly female characters around the highschool age
- Protagonist that seems like a normal guy, but has some secrets of his own and helps the girls deal with their supernatural problems
- Story split into mini-arcs about each character
- Main girl with a sharp tongue and terrible mother
- Lots of banter
- Straightforward relationship with no misunderstandings or other cliches
These two animes are really very similar. The way the characters are presented, the divisions by arcs of two to three episodes.
One difference is that Monogatari is formed by a great harem, while Bunny Girl there is not much of that aspect.
Both animes have a similar concept of helping girls who are having problems with supernatural stuff. Also the main male leads are very similar to each other. Both animes also have a bit of mystery that makes you very curious and makes you want to follow it. So, If you like one of them, theres a high chance that you would love the other.
Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai ("Bunny Girl Senpai" for short) is an anime in which a high school boy named Sakuta Azusagawa solves the problems within his town relating to a phenomenon knows as "Puberty Syndrome". Bakemonogatari has a similar premise in which a high school boy named Koyomi Araragi solves the problems in his area relating to the supernatural (including demons, Kamis, and curses). Each incident spans a few episodes (similar to Bunny Girl Senpai), but each incident has its own opening, adding more character and setting the mood for what is to come. Bunny Girl Senpai's problems must be solved within the day or else the day will repeat. The only people to notice the repeat are those involved in the Puberty Syndrome issue. These anime are distinctly different in everything, but premise. Bunny Girl Senpai has a happier setting while Bakemonogatari has more of a serious, darker tone to it.  read more
Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai is basically Bakemonogatari but worse. I find the characters, their interactions, the humour, the visuals, the drama, the plot (from what I remember from the manga), the art, sound and basically anything else to be better in Monogatari. If you enjoyed this, Bakemonogatari should blow your mind. On the other hand, Bunny Girl does have a more down to earth feel and is better for people who don't get Bake's humour.
Both Bunny Girl Senpai and Bakemonogatari share a similar concept where the mc helps out several girls who are experiencing a supernatural phenomenon. The dynamic between the mc and their main love interest in both anime are extremely similar, so if you like the banter then you should definitely check out Bakemonogatari, and all the other seasons in the series.
Both have very harem like feels to them, however the main guy has a girlfriend in both. That girl is the first girl that he helps in the series.
In both series, the main guy is helping girls with their odd supernatural occurrences.
The main girl character is mysterious, calm, and not quite tsundere- but still snaps at her boyfriend sometimes.
The main boy character is quirky, sarcastic, laid-back, and blunt. They both say odd things that make people surrounding them confused.
There is a smart girl in both series who has a sensitive undertone. This has caused her to take on two forms, one for each of her personalities.
Both series also have a younger girl who looked up to the main girl character, but her emotions have made the two even more distant.
Both have a lot of quirky dialogue and rely heavily on interactions between the characters, especially the main two. However, Bunny Girl Senpai seems to have more of a grounded plot and focus. Monogatari runs wild with its themes and often is very abstract. Bunny Girl Senpai clearly was inspired by the latter. read more
Both shows are an adaptation of romcom LN and strongly focusing on dialogues, talk about intellectual chemistry between an antisocial MC and some ideal yamato nadeshiko girl. Moreover, as the main girls of both shows, Yukinon and Mai are almost the same as twin sisters.
> Similar Mc, both female and male.
> Both anime is about helping people with problems in society
> Both have a good storyline witch isn't ruined by ecchi or harem.
< I feel that although they both have similar atmosphere and comedy style, Bunny girl sempai is just a little bit more romantic and light than Oregairu which seems slightly deeper and more realistic.
Sharing several similarities from style and looks, they both prioritize storytelling before fanservice and otaku pandering, giving the audience an atmosphere and characters that we can sympathize with and relate to on a deeper level than their appearance. Conveying relatable themes and experiences by showing how the characters deal and overcome some of the issues we go through in adolescence.
Both have RomCom and School genre.
Both MCs have some mild similarities like Hachiman and Sakuta being a loner and Mai and Yukino being a double-edged sword - A top class beauty with a nasty personality.
Both male MCs have a kawaii imouto
Oregairu is my most favorite RomCom Anime all time, while this series can catch up or possibly become my new favorite RomCom
Both series had the potential to rise to popularity when they both first aired.
Both have no aggravating factors that can ruin the story, ex. Harem, ecchi.
Both have good art style
You won't regret watching both series
- Similar snarky and cynical MCs, who are not social outgoing. Tho they are more accostable than they might appear at first glance.
- Also similar personality and design / appearance types for Mai and Yukino.
- Similar atmosphere, art style and humor in both series.
-MC in both are nearly identical, both sacrifice themselves for others, both are loners and do not care much about the opinion of others of them, both have great love for their sisters
-Joke and punchlines are very similar in form
-Main girl character in both anime have the same personality and vibe, both considered as the unreachable beauties in their respective schools
-One girl character has same VA, making it feel really similar to each other
-Both tackle problematic school situations
-Romantic comedy but can become serious in a flash
-Great OPs IMO lol
- Both shows are Drama/RomComs with where the MC tries to fix other characters problems.
- SNAFU is a bit more "realistic" while Bunny Girl Senpai has some supernatural elements.
- Both main male and female protagonists are very similar personality wise.
Both have cool, level headed MCs who seem to be introverted with a small (or none) friend group. They also feature calculating female protags with problems of their own allowing for chemistry between the male lead. Oh, and both enjoy their share of comedy.
1.Male main characters seem to not have any regard to what other people think of them.
2.Male main characters speak their mind freely,seemingly without second thoughts.This leads to good and bad,both types of situations.
- In both anime the MC deals with the social and psychological problems of the characters.
- The execution of superb natural elements is almost the same but there is a difference in the personality of characters. Characters are more cool and fun in Bunny Girl while more sentimental in Kokoro Connect.
- The communication between characters is a lot better in Bunny Girl while Kokoro Connect excels in pure comedy part.
- Rom-Com parts are in every episode of Bunny Girl while Kokoro Connects also take it towards drama which makes Bunny Girl light and purely fun.
- Bunny Girl anime takes the path of causing superb natural elements on the base of mental health while superb natural elements in Kokoro Connect cause the problems to be revealed and solved. read more
Romance series with kind of the same atmosphere, with supernatural elements with the same kind of mystery feeling. It also gave me some Haruhi Suzumiya vibes since the main protagonist of Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai? has a bunny girl and there's an episode where a mini endless eights occurs.
If you enjoy the plot of Bunny Girl Senpai, you may also enjoy the plot of Kokoro Connect. There are similarities especially in the "Adolescence Syndrome", and the plotline of Kokoro Connect. In addition, the genres are similar, as they both take place at school, and there's romance involved.
Teenagers, love story, supernatural but less focused on the supernatural part and more on the drama/relationships. Overall tone is pretty similar, melancholy accompanied by a down to earth sense of comedy and cute girls.
Both series explores the complexities of romantic relationships, friendships, and adolescence through supernatural phenomena. Whilst the supernatural phenomena are completely different and the plot differs, the concept is strikingly similar. Both main characters develop their relationships with those around them as a consequence of trying to solve the supernatural phenomena. A very strong recommendation for Kokoro Connect fans out there.
Both are high school anime focusing on a main character who has the desire to help those around him, especially his closest friends. For every arc is a new supernatural event that occurs due to a problem that one or more of the characters is experiencing, yet has been hiding from the others. With this supernatural event the character or characters involved cannot hide themselves for very long, otherwise they'd suffer very terrible consequences that could harm not only themselves but those around him/her.
Both deal with students experiencing supernatural events, affecting one or more at a time. Elements of romance and coming of age thrown in the mix as well as good written jokes/comedic relief that doesn't feel forced or out of place, especially in Bunny Girl Senpai
Both revolve around a group of highschoolers experiencing unnatural events, which only they are aware of, disrupting their everyday-life, leading them to face their fears, troubles, and trying to resolve their issues.
Both series contain:
-supernatural themes with philosophical notes
-annoying clingy imouto to MC
-male MC who is somewhat dull in contrast to the main female character who is popular in school
-high school mystery/drama
-mysteries that are supernatural in nature
Overall both series are really interesting/unique from most series and both worth checking out imo.
From the first couple of episodes Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai really reminded me a lot of Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu. Not only is the setting and concept quite similar but the general flow and feel of the characters, topics and arcs just made me really remember Haruhi quite a lot.
From remembering the endless eight to just the general bunny outfit, it was just great to see a very unique yet similar anime to Haruhi again!
Sarcastic protagonist and supernatural adventures. Both stories are school-based and driven by their characters. Mai's arc especially reminded me of The disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya. The characters are likeable and memorable with interesting interpersonal relationships.
-Both series have a sarcastic main character
-Both of them have an odd main girl
-Both of this two series are mainly set in a school, but have supernatural elements
-we follow diferent arc-like stories
> Both are about supernatural happenings.
> Both use multiple story arcs without much of an overarching story.
> Both feature high-school students (obviously, it's an anime after all).
> Bunny Girl Senpai has an ending (wasn't too conclusive in my opinion but whatever).
> Sakuta is both the main character and the focus of the story in Bunny Girl Senpai.
> Kyon is the main character but with Haruhi as the focus of the story in Haruhi Suzumiya.
> Haruhi Suzumiya has more episodes.
> Haruhi Suzumiya has a dub.
- Abnormal experiences with supernatural powers/effects
- Investiguate and find solutions to solve the problems caused by the powers
- Characters with "mechanical" personalities and dialogues
- Romance between the two MC
Both are laid back supernatural series set in modern Japan. Both focus more so on dialogue rather than bombastic action scenes (although there is more action in Sakurada Reset and more humor in Bunny Girl). Both shows are split up into small arcs which hone in on one or two characters faced with some supernatural dilemma.
The boy falls in love from the first time seeing the girl, the characters have powers.
Sakurada Reset: People have powers coming from the city they come from.
Seishun Buta Yarou: People in the city forget the existence of Mai Sakurajima due of his power.
They have similar style with well thought-out dialogues and a lot of talking. However bunny girl has more engaging characters and more human-like interactions between characters, so I certainly recommend it.
While they might not be a whole lot alike, if you loved Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo and want more from the same people, then try Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai. The writer of the Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo LN also wrote the Seishun Buta Yarou LN series.
The LNs were written by the same author, who handles characterisation and internal conflict really well. The characters deal with emotional problems in a surprisingly realistic fashion, and neither show uses dramatic and flamboyant anime tropes much.
- Both are based on LN by the same author.
- Both have well developed characters with intrinsic conflicts and complex relations within the characters.
- Both have an element of romance and comedy.
- Both have a high school setting.
- Both deal with issues related to high school, puberty and the transition from teenager to adult and the consequences this implies.
-Same main character at the beginning of the animated as Tomoya who is seen a little less like an outcast, but as a single person with only one or two friends.
-The main female character is very different from Nagissa in her attitude but she is in the same situation, a lonely girl, who is also the senpai of the main character.
The character who disappears from the sight of others, is reminiscent of the story of Fuko Ibuki in clannad.
Character-wise and dialog-wise and teenage-problem-connected-with-some-supernatural-stuff-theme-wise there are many anime out there that are more like "Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai" but - BUT - I got an almost mystical feeling from "Clannad" and I got a little bit of the same feeling from "Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai", so I think the reason, why both anime are so popular is made of the same essence and if you liked one I recommend to watch the other to maybe find this essence again.
Both MC kinda the same.. a rascal, and also an outcast.
Both MC are chick magnets, not all girls are involved romantically, but certainly these MCs attract lots of troubled girls.
Both have disappeared from existence girls.
The Themes, Plot, And World Line Is Similar As A Male Character Is The One Who Solves The Problems (Which Are Somewhat Supernatural Phenomenon) Faced By The Female Characters And Most Of Them Later Fall For Him.
Both series' characters experience mysterious supernatural phenomena in a high school setting. Both male protagonists are at first loners, but they grow to support their friends and peers as the shows unravel the explanation behind their puzzling conditions.
Having a supernatural ability may not be as advantageous as one might think and can lead to severe issues in the person's life.
The series feature supernatural phenomenons taking place around teenagers. Both main characters end up helping others affected by these abnormalities but may eventually need help with their own situation as well.
-Both contain a mystery behind a sudden surge of supernatural abilities among teenagers
-Have a protagonist that has a mysterious power themselves
-Have a male protagonist with a little sister that they are trying to protect
-Have a female protagonist that has invisibility power/ ability to make themselves unseen
Ok, first, both anime have characters who have "powers". At Seishun buta Yarou this powers are more invented. But it's about the message, not about the very fact of "powers"
The series feature supernatural phenomenons in the world of teenagers.
Both main are helping other people, when they also need help with their problems.
Otosaka Yuu (Charlotte main) like Azusagawa Sakuta (Seishun buta Yarou main)
have teen, lovely sister.
-MCs are doing "quests" in order to achieve something from various girls.
-These various girls are lovable.
-MCs have a similar characteristic: too straightforward to the point of no delicacy
-both animes have drama, comedy and high school elements
I'm wondering why hasn't anyone pointed this out.
The overall idea/theme of our protagonist overcoming supernatural things pertaining to a girl is present in both stories. The key difference is that the Bunny Girl Senpai protagonist has to solve the problem the girl faces, whereas the TWGOK MC has to solve these 'misgivings' through a kiss and romantic means (to be fair, getting there entails going through the same 'solve her problems' means).
guy helps out the girls with their problems caused by the supernatural and build their relationship, potentially to a one sided crush. also great banter between the elsie and mc like the show. similarly problems are realistic lessons that see the characters develop through their own individual arc.
honestly if you love this show, you'll love this one as well. they differ heavily in their executions but fall within the concept of picking up girls each arc.
The male MCs in both anime are calm and methodical in their mannerism. They solve mysteries and appear to always be able to think ahead of any situation.
If you enjoy anime where the MCs use strategy and persuasion to solve mysterious happenings, then you will likely like both of these anime.
Both anime are very similar on way of main characters dealing with their own problems and with problems from group of people sometimes the closest one to them. Both are also about young high school students that are experiencing first love, difficulities in friendship and a bit of family drama.
-Both have great production quality in not only visual aspects but sounds too
-Both are comedic but also tell heartwarming stories (though Hinamatsuri is more on the comedic side)
-Both animes tell their stories through the characters, where character development plays a big part
-You can tell that these two animes are more like passion projects, where it seems like a lot of effort and care has been placed to the creation.
-The two animes are a must watch and probably the biggest surprises of 2018. DON'T SLEEP ON THESE!
Similar themes revolving around acknowledgment dictating existence and memory loss threatening the relationship between the MC and their object of affection. Seishun is a little more mature and romance-centric, while Noragami has a strong fantasy element and incorporates the romance a little more subtly.
Both are amazing Animes worth binging.
Maybe not similar in plot, but definately similar in many other ways
-beautiful story and plot
-wonderful plot changes
just another great love anime, I recommend it whole heartedly
Those series have many similarities, both are about:
- high school students
- romance and friendship
- unpredictable relationship between main characters
Also you can found here similar type of humour and slice of life elements.
This may seem like a stretch, but both series have a lazy, low-voiced, but very funny main character. This main character ends up driving the majority of the humor in both series. Plus, there are some perverted jokes in both series ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°).
- both are have a girl that no one can see her axcept the boy who the only one can see her
- both have the same settings that takes place in school
- both are supernatural anime
the main difference is this anime is more like a romance anime than another is more like an horror anime
These anime's both have a similar story.
The two characters that connect with one another is Tada Banri and Sakurajima Mai.
If you are looking for an anime that has a similar story I would go with Golden Time
Only MC and few other characters can see the girl
Both based on school settings
Main girl as senior (for Tasogare Otome x Amnesia it's kind of a grey area she is a ghost)
main characters grows closer fast
main girl characters behaviour have so many similarities
Main mean of communication to the outside world through MC
These shows are very, very similar. They talk about strange phenomena that nobody can really explain (the spit in NKX, puberty syndrome in SEIBU). The main couples are similar although Sakuta and Mai are more calloused that Urabe and Akira, not so innocent. School plays a large part in both shows, as it sets the background and atmosphere while also serving to better explain the relationships the characters have.
These are both excellent mystery romances that are definitely worth your time.
The appeal of both series come from the back-and-forth dialogues between the main couple.
Both are Romances with a twist. Spice and Wolf has a merchant trying to trade efficiently (it's much more fun than it sounds) and Bunny girl senpai has characters dealing with a fictional disease called puberty syndrome (it's much more fun than it sounds).
Both are light novel adaptations.
Probably has been said but both deal with Supernatural. With a touch of enjoyable Slice of life and characters with depth, motivation, and complexities to them, both have enjoyable qualities if you are into this type of storytelling or genre.
It is an attractive series, it manages to conquer you in the first chapter with all the supernatural things that happen, it manages a lot of your curiosity and pretends to feed very well basic concepts such as the world that surrounds us, which is reality, and as it really is interpreted and everything from very simple quantum concepts, applied to electrons... we can see the world, but those that we do not see in it, it is not visible to our eyes... without a doubt, Chitanda would be increasing her curiously curious xD, about all the strange things that happen in Seishun Buta Yarou, to a point where we ourselves would question ourselves, how deep we want to get in the rabbit hole... of this bunny Schrödinger...  read more
Main Protagonist is Male fixing issues of Girls who seem to have a crush on them
Issues from girls change the world slightly in a supernatural way
Both are Light Novel Adaptations
Have the same genres apart from Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko is also tagged as a Harem
Both series are about life and teenager problems, and how to keep going no matter how hard it is by solving every problem without evading or lying about them. Both series use romantic themes to drive their stories and also supernatural or imposible in real life artifacts or situations to bring atention to every problem in a simplistic way.
Both have a female protagonist wearing a Playboy bunny outfit for reasons. While Moko wears it because of her job. Mai wears it because to find areas where she is visible. Difference is that Buta Yarou is a supernatural romance anime while Soap No Moko-Chan is a hentai comedy.
Both MC's have similar situation, they are the only one that can see girl. In AnoHana girl is dead and in Bunny girl is forgotten by society. Both series are emotional rollercoasters and they guarantee that you will ship some couples and kept fingers crossed for "good things to happen".