Ueno-san wa Bukiyou

How clumsy you are, Miss Ueno.

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Alternative Titles

English: How clumsy you are, Miss Ueno.
Japanese: 上野さんは不器用


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 7, 2019 to Mar 25, 2019
Premiered: Winter 2019
Broadcast: Mondays at 00:30 (JST)
Producers: Nippon Columbia
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Lesprit
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance
Demographic: SeinenSeinen
Duration: 12 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.601 (scored by 4091140,911 users)
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Ranked: #55792
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Popularity: #1641
Members: 96,839
Favorites: 156

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Tejina-senpai's tricks are so simple they can easily be explained by science, Ueno-san's inventions are so advanced they can easily be magic tricks. Both have half-length episodes where a normal guy is together with a weird girl in their clubs (with occasional ecchi). Tejina Senpai has MUCH better art. 
report Recommended by Khalan
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 are about girl being frustrated with clueless boy 
report Recommended by Genoard
Both are short (about 10 minutes per episode) slapstick romance school comedy, where main girl is heads over heels in love with main guy. Girls have similar hairstyles, both are a overexaggerating all the time and guy is either oblivious or uninterested. 
report Recommended by Piromysl
Both shows are focused on comedy of the nonsensical, reality breaking, crazy situations type. They also follow more or less the same format of episodic happenings, since both don't have an overall main plot, as their main attraction are the comedic situations that happen between the characters. The art style is also very similar and both have great voice work. 
report Recommended by Laek
The same short anime that has a guy and a tsundere girl, but with different setting theme, cu'z Ueno-san was set in a science club room , while in Yatogame has everything to do with the place Nagoya. 
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
Both of these shows have rather short episodes revolving around a single joke that applied to different situations: Retsuko and her secret hobby using death metal karaoke to destress and Ueno's cornucopia of different inventions to win her crush's heart. Despite this, both series have a sense of progression where events in past episodes are referenced. If you enjoyed the simple premise and slapstick yet heartening nature of one, it's likely the other would be worth your time. 
report Recommended by Lamity
The main characters of these series are similar in both their school life and feelings. Mizuki Usami and Ueno-san have energetic attitudes about their affairs, and constantly try to get attention of the one who love, with great difficulties with responses.  
report Recommended by betoharu
Similar story with a awkward girl, although much more bashful and shy rather than aggressive, trying to garner the attention of her crush. Place to Place or Acchi Kocchi is a simple slice of life with calming elements as well as comedy. one of personal favorites if I'm being honest a hit or miss much like Ueno-san. Thank you for taking time to read this. 
report Recommended by LemonGod2583
In both animes girls try to embarrass boys. In both animes unpredictable funny ends of situations. Both animes have innocent teenage vulgar humor.  
report Recommended by Kyosuke_Kosaka
Both main characters want to get attention from boys. While Ueno is based on wanting attention from one boy B-gata focuses on group of boys. Both have sexual jokes and girl having problem with getting any boy that she wants. UwU 
report Recommended by Kurozy
Ueno-san draws some inspiration from Monogatari, especially in character design. Kitanaga is alternate personality Nadeko Sengoku, Nishihara is very similar to Kanbaru Suruga, and the Tanaka and Araragi family dynamics are similar. Aside from characters, both have a fair share of off-color comedy and confusing wordplay, although Bakemonogatari has a lot more serious moments mixed in. Bakemonogatari is very different from Ueno-san wa Bukiyou, but knowing the former will deepen your understanding of the latter. 
report Recommended by Kaisermutt