5-toubun no Hanayome


The Quintessential Quintuplets

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Alternative Titles

English: The Quintessential Quintuplets
Synonyms: Gotoubun no Hanayome, The Five Wedded Brides
Japanese: 五等分の花嫁

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 11, 2019 to Mar 29, 2019
Premiered: Winter 2019
Broadcast: Fridays at 01:28 (JST)
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Funimation
Source: Manga
Genres: HaremHarem, ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.631 (scored by 308816308,816 users)
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Ranked: #12052
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Popularity: #251
Members: 518,876
Favorites: 8,394

Recommendations

Both anime involves girls that have some unique background and needs a male protagonist to help them studying, battling against the antagonist of exams and fear of failing to achieve their academic goals. Male protagonist is poor works hard in school to avoid the continuing poor life. 
report Recommended by Aleron
both are rom com waifu wars, with the setup that the main character has a connection to one of the girls in the past (although we do not know who said girl is) 
report Recommended by MisterTrantastic
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
Both of these series gives of a similar kind of vibe, funny and relaxing but yet dramatic and serious at the same time. While watching 5-toubun i couldn't stop thinking of Toradora. Both Fuutarou and Ryuuji are very similar male leads in terms of looks and personalities.  
report Recommended by SomeNewGuy
The girls are bad for study, they need someone to help them, so the main character will try to help . You have a similar Romance. The main character is a little bit the same very smart but without a lot of money. The girls need to succeed their exam otherwise it would be a problem for their futur !  
report Recommended by OriGinE07
Both of thse are romance/harem animes. Truthfully, the mc's aren't the same, but they both give us a load of comedy. 
report Recommended by pockyharem
Both are harem animes but hensuki has a twist. The girls all have their own kinks 
report Recommended by prykz
-Both have main characters that avoid people but are suddenly thrown into a situation where they are forced to play nice with girls they don't enjoy the company of at first -Both have a female lead that immediately is open and friendly to the protagonist despite his standoffishness, and a female lead that has no desire to get along with the protagonist whatsoever (more than one in the case of 5-toubun no Hanayome) -Both involve the antisocial main characters eventually being drawn out to social events by the female characters where drama and hilarity ensues 
report Recommended by thelectricow
MC are both tutors where they help other characters get an excelling score on the classes they have failed. 
report Recommended by Vatrex
Of course these two are similar because they are both your standard, vanilla harem show, but what what makes them noticeably connected is the main male leads mentality. Both are very studious and value education more than your typical youthful fantasies, especially the idea of falling in love. They share this sentiment largely because they want to help their family financially. The art styles are both surprisingly unique but similar to each other. Boasting bright pastel colors and giving the female characters bold hair colors that really make them stand out. 
report Recommended by dotta
Both these anime are romcom and harem  
report Recommended by Wilayat
Now they are both harem anime, and I recommend these because the MC actually have some charm to them and it makes sense why they would have a harem and not just by simply existing  
report Recommended by OgangO
In both animes theres sisters/copys who pretty much look alike, each one with a different personality. 
report Recommended by Bokoshoko
If you like harem and rom-com series that each character fight to prove the strongest bond who has been made to MC. It is the one!. Btw it has twists in the end. 
report Recommended by Kolonemaru
Both focus on the MC trying to help the other female main characters in the show. Both are romance anime, although QQ focuses on the MC's relationship with each of the sisters romantically, while Yamada-Kun narrows down the focus to the main love interest. 
report Recommended by froggyluv
1.Both main character have difficult mission 2.Both anime has cute wifus 3.Now what,watch anime 
report Recommended by bilal09876
anime proves to be very good, it is more like a kind of calm school life genre among 5 twin sisters 
report Recommended by Yuuki_Otakuu
A romance between 1 guy to a harem of girls, where the guy is face with such problem as to whom shall he choose from an array of beautiful girls all vying for his affection.  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
-Both see the protagonist thrust into a situation where he is suddenly surrounded by women -Both have the members of the protagonist's harem initially adverse to him, and they eventually grow and fall in love with him -Both have a protagonist that is (mostly) completely oblivious to the romantic advances of his pursuers -Both feature numerous similar comedic situations 
report Recommended by thelectricow
Both have comedy, good characters and are relaxing and fun to watch.  
report Recommended by TheNoName
Both anime have central plots of an MC with a serious demeanor, who tries to help each of the 5 main girls accept themselves and each other. The part that differs and makes QQ so enjoyable, by dodging cliches in present in most harems the show is able to stay funny. So if you liked Grisaia but wished for a more lighthearted, wholesome and a bigger emphasis on romance, I 100% recommend QQ. optional read Got me back into anime after a long 2-3 year hiatus. so pretty damn good :) 
report Recommended by Chronologically
-Both are lighthearted romantic comedies that contrast their own setting which in both cases is a school with an upper class/aristocratic theming -Both dip into drama with a similar tone and tone shift later into the season, and they both revolve around a similar event -Both involve two opposing parties laying traps for the other in order to achieve a desired result, Kaguya-sama being a battle of shrewd willpower in order to get the other to confess, Quintuplets being the five sisters avoiding studying however they can and Fuutaro doing his best to dispel their efforts 
report Recommended by thelectricow
While both series, at a first glance, do seem to share few besides what constitutes a regular basis for romantic comedy shows, it is arguable they both make you feel in a similar mood. First off, two things that could stick with a viewership might be how the comedy lightens up any previous state of mind, and also how colourful the art strikes. On the one hand, we have a harem setting based on tutoring; on the other, two protagonists bonding closer by sharing a hobby. However, both shows permit the budding of a romantic bonding, with a tendency from our quintuplets to dramatise a bit? Let's  read more 
report Recommended by Lolsebca
Solitary pieces offering help. Clannad and The Quintessential Quintuplets both use solitary pieces, delinquent Tomoya and introvert Nagisa for Clannad, and loner Fuutarou for Quintessential Quintuplets for as the object who leads the helping hand. With Clannad, both MCs are used to solve the heroines' personal problems respectively. Quintessential Quintuplets is the same though the Nakano sisters problems are academic-related rather than personal. Both are good rom-coms, however, Clannad leans towards supernatural and dramatic elements, giving Quintessential Quintuplets a view from a harem side. 
report Recommended by NextUniverse
A two good harem romance comedy with likeble characters and a very good comedy 
report Recommended by OMercurio
Both anime are similar in the sense that they involve a guy trying to teach a group of trouble makers. Onizuka teaches an entire class while Uesugi is a student tutoring five girls who are quintuplets. Over the coarse of both shows, the students start off hating both of them, but gradually open up to Onizuka and Uesugi. It’s an uphill battle for these two to gain their students’ trust, but they win them over as the show progresses. If you’re into bonds between characters starting off weak, but getting stronger as time passes, you might like these shows.  
report Recommended by Phlaryx
Loners offering help. The Quintessential Quintuplets and Bunny Girl Senpai feature loner MCs Fuutarou and Sakuta respectively, in which, they offer support to the different heroines they are situated with. Bunny Girl Senpai uses outcast Sakuta and gives him different social problems of heroines in the form of the supernatural to try and solve. Quintessential Quintuplets is less drastic in that Fuutarou only needs to play the tutor for the Nakano sisters in hopes that they pass until graduation. Both anime are good rom-coms in a school setting with Bunny Girl Senpai being supernatural and dramatic, whilst Quintessential Quintuplets offers harem. 
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