Domestic na Kanojo

Domestic Girlfriend

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Synonyms: Dome x Kano, Domekano
Japanese: ドメスティックな彼女
English: Domestic Girlfriend
German: Domestic Girlfriend
Spanish: Domestic Girlfriend
French: Domestic Girlfriend
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 12, 2019 to Mar 30, 2019
Premiered: Winter 2019
Broadcast: Saturdays at 01:55 (JST)
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Diomedéa
Source: Manga
Genres: DramaDrama, RomanceRomance
Themes: Love PolygonLove Polygon, SchoolSchool
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity


Score: 6.681 (scored by 406423406,423 users)
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Ranked: #54962
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Popularity: #260
Members: 667,371
Favorites: 5,427

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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". 
report Recommended by Kese04
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.  
report Recommended by RobertBobert
both romantic both stepsibling love both have nice art  
report Recommended by aronmoha
Both anime build similar romantic tension between the step-siblings/main characters by following their lives after their parents marry together as they now have to live together. Domestic Kanojo has a more dramatic plot, including the MC's alternative love interests while simultaniously building romantic tension between the two MC 
report Recommended by IAmDare
Both adult theme related, talking about relationship hardships and more real world scenarios than other anime out there; in my opinion koi to uso being the better of the two  
report Recommended by innich
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. 
report Recommended by RobertBobert
Very pervy and includes a teacher student relationship. 
report Recommended by Dylan_Tribbett
As far as absurdity or patheticism goes, both of these series more or less share the same stage. So if you're one of those for whom regretting it once isn't enough, then watch one of these and immediately watch the other one. 
report Recommended by Softhenic03
excluding the teacher-student relationship, both anime does focus on the most serious side of romance, as both male protagonist find their way to find their true feelings 
report Recommended by MetalTsundere
Romances between a minor and an adult. Takes place in modern-day Japan. Lots of fanservice, seduction, and some softcore sex scenes.  
report Recommended by RebelPanda
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.  
report Recommended by RobertBobert
Another show that shows alot of real problems about love and sex. 
report Recommended by Pappajones
Both the anime have...... 1: Great op 2: Unwanted unlimited fan service 3: Polygamy ( 1 person having s*xual relation with 2 or more people ) in this case Haru from beastar have made record 4: wiredest relationship  
report Recommended by Zean102
Both series features incest relationships between the MC and sister(s) not related by blood. 
report Recommended by Remocracy
Here me out, Domestic girlfriend is a trash show and is purely comedy/entertainment over any kind of deep message. But the shows have some common appeal, both deal with people in similarly stupid situations and have bizarre outcomes.  
report Recommended by Church_of_Yeezus
These two really gave me the same vibes...I think if you like one you will def like the other. They fill the same kind of void. Similarities: - Rather plain seeming MC who can be relatable due to his initial lack of personality - MC can also be slightly pervy - Both develop a harem of sorts, having various girls like him - incest vibes :/ All in all, both are essentially an MC navigating his love life, trying to help others along the way. Sometimes putting themselves before others. I will say both also leave you with a similar feeling in the end as well. Bunny girl Senpai  read more 
report Recommended by Unbroken_Persona
The main and probably only reason to compare these two series is the Rui character who has a very similar development as Violet. A journey of self discovery, when she learns to deal with the new emotions she feels and understand her own hearth. 
report Recommended by andrewgon
Both high drama soaps with complicated romances. Definitely guilty pleasures. Will keep you excited to see what happens next.  
report Recommended by Oglopy
ok so kind of a far comparison but i know some poor soul is searching for the same thing i was the similarities lie in the fact that some heroines were "dirtied" in yu-no it would be ayumi and kanna and in domestic kanojo it would be Rui and Hana, kanna is similar to Rui and ayumi similar to Hana, kanna and Rui both kind of gave them selves away in their despair if you will and and ayumi and Hana both getting plowed by guys just using them. besides this there isn't really much in common between the 2 anime and both of these  read more 
report Recommended by alex_pad
Reading this you might think 'what the hell is he on about', but I assure you that if you enjoyed clannad after story you will love domestic girlfriend, especially the manga if you are willing to read. First off I gotta say that Domestic Girlfriend was partly inspired by Clannad, there are a few moments that give me a deja vu from when I watched clannad, won't say any of them because no spoilers, secondly I've noticed that among the people who I found watched both of these, people who enjoyed clannad were always fans of domestic girlfriend or at least semi-liked it, no other 2  read more 
report Recommended by Aldo73
*The review is mostly on Yestersay wo Utatte. Domestic no Kanojo is just spicy hentai disguised as melodrama with the greatest anime opening of all time and underrated songs in the series* These animes are similar because of the characters Shinako Morimone and Natsuo Fuji. They constantly put out neverending fires that burn passionately. Its hard to keep everyone happy. For Shinako, she constantly battles to satisfy everyone and asking people not to worry about how she feels because they dont want them to bear the responsibility of her feelings and feel bad about it. She also struggles to move on as she drowns herself  read more 
report Recommended by Nero_Vanetti
Love triangles, chaotic start, great comedy and drama, unexpected mood changes and a new love interest out of nowhere 
report Recommended by koldosa
Both are about a love triangle between a blue-haired girl, a brown-haired girl and a somewhat awkward boy. Both have low ecchi scenes, altough Fuuka has more forced & unnecessary fanservice, while Domestic Girlfriend's main theme is mostly about sex. They are both romantic comedies with some drama moments in it, and overall a spicy storyline with awkward encounters. 
report Recommended by miblan
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.  
report Recommended by Kiira_chan
Both Main characters find love interest in multiple characters which have borderline incestual details, each of these characters have similar mentalities to their respective characters in the show, and overall the shows just share a really similar vibe with a lot of similar theming and genres. 
report Recommended by lFrogs
in both anime the main character falls in love with two girls who are related to him in domest na kanojo i falls in love with with his two step sister where both sister are related to each other in blood where in Onegai☆Twins the main character falles in love with two girld who clames to be his long lost twin sister the only twist is that only one of them is his twin sister and he have to find out which of them is his sister and which of them is not so he could accept their feelings properly  
report Recommended by tanaymithari21
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 .  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
In both these titles, the protagonist is a boy who is interested in literature. And then there are 2 girls, and emotions... The main characters are driven by their feelings, make mistakes and drama occurs. I found these shows quite entertaining until the inconclusive ending, which did not satisfy me. But I would recommend these shows for some passionate drama. 
report Recommended by Estefan
Both series feature incest relationships, although in Domestic na Kanojo the sisters and the MC are not related by blood while the sister in OreImo is. 
report Recommended by Remocracy
Both animes deal with a romantic relationship between a school boy and her teacher. In Domestic Kanojo this relationship is taken much more forward while in Kotonoha no Niwa it is presented in a more poetic way. Also, Domestic Kanojo has another female protagonist and more plot points. 
report Recommended by camaradageorge
They are both Teacher Studend romance and they are both very cool to watch.You ill have a lot of fun watching this anime. 
report Recommended by Ceko09
Both anime have student-teacher romance.... But Domekano is less intense and more dramatic. 
report Recommended by Zahraung
both romantic both stepsibling love both have nice art both make great question 
report Recommended by aronmoha
In general, these two series starts out happy where it tries to introduce an enormous amount of comedic value making its viewers relaxed while not knowing what it is actually about. However, as the plot progressess one will see that the value of love is not measurable by just a means of logic. I swear to god that these are not for the weak heart, nevertheless, if you're planning on watching romance with fresh premise then these shows are for you. 
report Recommended by Solaris-----
Both Anime have (M)student-teacher(F) relationship You'll get the same feeling watching these two anime.  
report Recommended by Archfiend836
If you like Momo from domestic girlfriend then 3D Kanjo is about the MC who reminds me of momo alot 
report Recommended by Picklepahn