Mairimashita! Iruma-kun


Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun

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Alternative Titles

English: Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun
Japanese: 魔入りました!入間くん

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 23
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 5, 2019 to Mar 7, 2020
Premiered: Fall 2019
Broadcast: Saturdays at 17:35 (JST)
Producers: NHK, NHK Enterprises
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy, SupernaturalSupernatural
Themes: DemonsDemons, SchoolSchool
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.731 (scored by 150343150,343 users)
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Ranked: #9952
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Popularity: #564
Members: 298,687
Favorites: 2,257

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A pushover with a bad haircut starts at a school where people have supernatural powers while he technically has none (instead his powers are borrowed). Marimashita Iruma-kun is more lighthearted and cute. 
report Recommended by paeprheart
-Both main characters are humans and kidnaped by demon -Similar humour and soundtrack -Similar art 
report Recommended by Shefin
they both share the same premise. A human ends up attending a demon school. if you like one you will likely like the other. 
report Recommended by ATCkit
Both feature OP main characters in absurd situations - where you're always guessing how they'll get out of each situation. Both shows are also very funny and enjoyable to watch.  
report Recommended by Chini_Baba
If you enjoyed one, you'll probably enjoy the other. -Similar art -Story line of keeping identities hidden, but this time the roles are reversed -Rom com with demons -Simple but enjoyable plots And they are both all around an easy and enjoyable anime to watch :)  
report Recommended by platinum-potato
In both series the main character is unlucky and has bad parents that refuse to do any actual work. Also in both series the main character gets sold 
report Recommended by jepu1010
The two shows give off a similar vibe as they both are comedy's that involve demons 
report Recommended by SissyMango
An unfortunate kid gets thrown into another world (literally or figuratively) where he gains friends and power somehow. These series throw a shounen cloak on what at the bare bones seems like a dark/gritty story and make it fun. 
report Recommended by prepare4trouble
Both are feel-good slice of life school anime with a supernatural twist. The youkai, demons and so on are handled in a comedic, lighthearted way that is both funny and very comfy to watch.  
report Recommended by fractomancer
they're not exactly alike in plot, but the overall feel of the series is quite similar. they are both loud sparkly colored and lots of dumb yelling, but can get surprisingly dark for something that looks so child friendly. they both have a massive chaotic neutral energy 
report Recommended by UmiHoshi
Seemingly wimpy boy, Iruma Suzuki who has to keep his human identity secret, enrolled into a prestigious school to learn about demoncraft or in Okumura Rin, the Blue Exorcist's case in spite of his demonic lineage which he must hide from his peers, anti-demoncraft, we see a correlation of events unfolding in the most peculiar ways where misunderstandings, awkward situations and unexpected friendships are a given.  
report Recommended by HibiChika
Both involve a school featuring demon like individuals. Though one school is in the human world and the other in the demon world. Also one is obviously more comedic than the other. 
report Recommended by ALittleBitofJean
In this case the roles are reversed and a demon is sent to the living world this time The demon tries to assume into the human society like how iruma is assuming into the demon school  
report Recommended by ZeTrenel
Both Are outsider and become Op 
report Recommended by Gintok007
Both shows include the main character being unexpectly put in a world that is unfamiliar to them There are also smaller aspects that are common to both shows, such as A ranking system that determines a character's strength/worth Items that are common in the human world that are rare in the new environment they are in The concept of familiars (though Zero is more centered around this)  
report Recommended by JulianRolheiser
-Cute characters -Has some funny parts -both underrated 
report Recommended by Hand_Crusher
If you enjoy fun and energetic series about a somewhat clumsy main character and their experience of making unique and colorful friends at a new school, Demon School Iruma kun is an especially fun series that I highly recommend! For anyone that enjoyed the playful energy of Little Witch Academia, Iruma Kun is sure to deliver a similar feel, except instead of cute witch girls navigating school life, it's cute demons!  
report Recommended by luugi
very similar. tbh i think some plots are brought here from seton academy. except iruma-kun feels more draggy 
report Recommended by macabongx
Both are about schools featuring super powered individuals. One being superheroes and the other being demons. One is more serious than the other. Also the protagonists of both shows look very similar. 
report Recommended by ALittleBitofJean
-The premise is quite similar - both have a human protagonist involved with demons - the ring of Solomon - the human is somehow special to the demons  
report Recommended by yellow_iod
Based on the feeling this anime has, I was instantly reminded of Majimoji Rurumo. An ordinary (male) main character is suddenly involved with magic. The whole vibe of the anime is very similar to Mairimashita Iruma-kun. Even the way the main character comes to a lot of bittersweet realizations, and how he finds new friends is very similar.  
report Recommended by Mango-tan
Iruma-kun is a toned down reverse To Love-Ru or an ecchi lite highschool story so to speak because we see two sides of the same coin. In one hand we have a human boy exposed to new experiences and stimuli in an unfamiliar hellscape trying to fit in at a school attended by all kinds of demons whereas for To Love-Ru its the other way around since Lala a female resident of Deviluke along with her sisters from a distant planet inhabited by devilish aliens prone to causing full of mischief have no other choice but to assimilate into our world through building lasting friendships  read more 
report Recommended by HibiChika
Both have school settings with super natural elements (demons/vampires). Both very charming shows with gorgeous art styles. 
report Recommended by JVskunkape
-Both feature protagonists thrust into a world in which they must use their specialized skills from Earth (survival tactics vs book/craft knowledge) to survive -Both feature somewhat younger child characters as the protagonist -Both are a little slower paced but give a lot of detail and attention to their respective fantasy worlds -Both are a little hampered by lower production values, but make up for it in their writing -Both protagonists have blue hair (almost entirely inconsequential but a little funny nontheless)  
report Recommended by TheMidnightWolf
An ordinary boy ends up in the demon world, and ends up as Demon King. And oh becomes good friends with a fire demon who he defeats in a duel. It's also very comedic. 
report Recommended by aella_antiope
They both have an exciting story and it both takes place In another world. They are full of excitement and adventures and I hope you enjoy them :P 
report Recommended by Kong38
MC is being sold to the demons by his/her family. However their fate is not as bad as it might seem. 
report Recommended by Piromysl
Both shows to do with school and contain a variety of characters belonging to a specific character trope making the characters interesting and colourful. The main student in both are the tsukkomi (straight man) characters of the anime so both shows have quite fast paced tsukkomi action. The premise of Mairimashita! Iruma-kun is different than 100% Pascal-sensei in that one consists of a human student living among demons and the other one an alien teacher living among humans. Iruma-kun is more story driven and Pascal-sensei is more gag-based with episodes split into parts (but still has a bit of a plot behind the scenes) but the main  read more 
report Recommended by BonBonToro
A bunch of sympathetic (yet evil ?) demons worship a human character who has no idea what's going on, but somehow still leads them and being treated as their master/their leader. If Overlord also focuses on battles and politics, the numerous interactions between the demons are mostly funny, just like in Mairimashita Iruma-kun After all, they're both some kind of slice of life, but with demons.  
report Recommended by Damuzen