Both have actual sex, deal with unrequited loves, and using others to feel better emotionally, even though they may not have strong feelings for that person. Both have this adult relationships feeling to them. Watching "Domestic na Kanojo" brought "Kuzu no Honkai" to mind quickly, and considering that 8 others also suggest it to this anime in relation, I'd say the similarity between the two is strong. I personally liked "Kuzu no Honkai" more, but if these are your types of shows, don't let that stop you from checking out "Domestic na Kanojo".
hehehe beyond the fact of fucking hard with the wrong people... is a teen drama that involves relationships with adults... is that perhaps that is the reason why adults and teenagers should not be involved amorously and sexually?... those who grow up to look for themselves and those who still grow up having dilemmas in their adult love lives... that is the way to adulthood, it is a feeling that turns trash... the pursuit of pleasure... and love... a painful sex, domesticate... trash...?
By the way both Ops are the best with respect to these NTR frames that I've heard in my entire life!
the whole dramatization of both shows is just incredible, the dark and sad truth about loving someone in a relationship hits home. If you liked one you'll surely love the other, both are a 10/10 from me <3
They've both got a similar feel to them.
The way both show the physical side of relationships is what connects them the most.
They both also showcases how they fell in love to the person they are not supposed to love. Their love is forbidden in their situation.
When I first read the synopsis I already knew that it's going to be one hell of a ride, and I was correct! THESE ladies & gentlemen is what I call a mature yet brutally touching romance! It's not your casual "Let's bang!" *MC blushes and runs away* anime, noo if you thought that's that you were dead wrong... These shows cover how heartbreaking love is, it's not a lovely fairy tale, in life it almost never is, and these two very well show it.
Both address the same kind of problems about love and being loved. Most similar thing would, in my opinion, be how they go about sexuality in these animes; in both it is something serious. Other than these two animes I have yet to find one that doesn't make a joke of anything close to sexuality.
If you enjoy watching a romance based on shitty people interactions like Domestic na Kanojo, Kuzu No Honkai is your anime, but this time the characters are a huge pile of garbage. Poorly considering any emotion, both animes seek to acomplish individual character desires, ignoring how every one else would feel about it. They just keep using each other until there's no reason for it. I really hated both animes, but if you have the feeling this is "the real world", I suggest you to see this series and a psychiatrist.
Instead being a guitarist the protagonist wants to be a novelist with the support of his loved one and with a mixture of drama and romance
Protagonists from the 2 anime they are both helpful and nice
Protagonist also finds who is his true love
Both animes are an 2019 winter season's adaptation of the romantic harem manga from Shonen Magazine, which are dedicated to MC’s relationship with several girls who are sisters. They even received a joint cover a few days before the premiere. At the same time, these shows are opposite in their portrayal of romance, while Go-Toubun is mostly quite subtle about the affections of girls, Kanojo openly depicts the romantic and sexual life of the characters. In addition, the first show is a lighthearted comedy, while the second is a somewhat dark melodrama.
They both maybe a harem, but then gain this is a reinvented harem where it's one guy to sisters and yes it's plural, except in Domekano, it was more of a Ménage à trois, while in 5-toubun no Hanayome it was a bit more complicated.
Domekano is essentially a less controversial and more "serious" version of Yosuga, replacing real incest and porn with plot with a more shoujo-ish melodrama and conditionally realistic plot. Natsuo is also quite similar to Haruka, because both MCs are a rather rare realistic image of teenage boys in the anime, and not unrealistic chaste "accidental perverts". In the end, both anime are rather dark romance with large doses of erotica and teenage melodrama.
DnK is Fuuka: Pervert Edition. The visuals are equally bad and they both look cheap. Waste of time, but if you want to cleanse your eyes with bleach and rinse them then with 70% pure ethanol after finishing both series, then you might as well watch Citrus too.
A story about fucked up people, their fucked up relationships, and how life is inevitably fucked up from beginning to end. Both shows feature silly anime tropes that abound in your typical romantic comedy, except there is hardly anything comedic about them. The audience is forced to suffer along with the cast in the realization of the absurd nature of the human condition.
A Ménage à trois kind of relationship that includes 1 guy to 2 girls, where anything can go a usual romance of a threesome togetherness or to a break up where nobody gain anything, but in Joshiochi it was more like something that one would expect a harem guy to to to his harem .
Both shows are dark erotic romance, which tells about the relationship between the step siblings, raising the theme of the negative impact of immoral relationships, hidden one-sided crush and the harm of repressed sexual desire. The difference is that Citrus is yuri and strongly focuses onf homosexuality, while Domekano has elements of a harem.
If other recommendations can based off such little similarities, then how about this? Both DomexKano and Ichigo 100% are Ecchi/Harem anime with Slice of Life elements where the protagonists work towards achieving their dreams all the while dealing with their harem situations.
Both shows consist of the main character's parent remarrying and them moving in with another family where some awkward romance occurs. I feel like Marmalade boy is more silly though, where as Domestic na Kanojo is more mature.