Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun
Toilet-bound Hanako-kun
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Alternative Titles

English: Toilet-bound Hanako-kun
Japanese: 地縛少年花子くん

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Currently Airing
Aired: Jan 10, 2020 to ?
Premiered: Winter 2020
Broadcast: Fridays at 01:58 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Lerche
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, SupernaturalSupernatural, SchoolSchool
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.771 (scored by 1632516,325 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #9192
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Popularity: #1223
Members: 91,281
Favorites: 1,063

Recommendations

- mischievous and funny MC who is a supernatural entity (Yato is a god/ Hanako is a ghost) - girl MC who is 'bound' to the male character in some way - similar type of humor - romantic undertones in the relationship between the boy and the girl, with a slow development - great combination of comedy and dramatic/emotional moments 
report Recommended by Danae
Both are set in school and feature boy and a girl as main characters, from which one of is a ghost bound to said school. Both will give similar vibes despite one focusing more on romance and other on comedy. 
report Recommended by Piromysl
Both shows have their plot driven by urban legends 
report Recommended by Beautty
❃ Both anime are set in a school ❃ In both anime, there are seven famous "supernatural creature" and the main characters try to help them 
report Recommended by RoseMildred
If you're into yōkai lore, you'll really love both Hanako-kun and Yōkai Watch. Not only are both shows about yōkai. They're also both mostly episodic with a new yōkai being introduced each episode. In both series the protagonist has to befriend the yōkai that are causing trouble for their classmates and family. (Well, just classmates in the case of Hanako-kun.) Both protagonists have a yōkai assistant who claims to be more knowledgable about other yōkai then he actually is. 
report Recommended by Ameonna93
❃ Both anime are about Yokai/spirits ❃ Both protagonists ask for help to the other main character and end up working for them to pay off a debt ❃ Both protagonists meet the other main character at school 
report Recommended by RoseMildred
have the same beautiful atmosphere and core. 
report Recommended by S_00
Both have a lot similarities on the series: the main character are youkai, they're exterminating youkai(s) that have been too exaggerated on their (youkai) task. Based on appearing, they'll appear some time at afternoon-evening, AND THE MAIN CHARA ARE SHOTA. :V But the differences, there's plenty of them; - The place plot: GeGeGe is kinda random, but Hanako-kun is only on school. - Weapons for exterminate? I think so - And some of them that categorized as spoiler ._. 
report Recommended by nattadasu
- Essentially a girls' show; female target audience - But not overwhelmingly so. - Juvenile supernatural (youkai) elements - Faux-light-hearted-creepy-darkness-looming atmosphere - Multiple pairing casual(?) romance 
report Recommended by Lanz
Both shows deal with spirits, ghosts, urban legends and the exorcising thereof, and have a slightly creepy element to them. Both shows also have a young, enigmatic and charismatic title character whose past is shrouded in mystery and is hard to figure out in terms of what he's actually thinking and feeling. Both shows start off more episodic with a monster-of-the-week plot. The overall vibe and atmosphere I've gotten from Hanako-kun reminds me a lot of Muhyo and Roji as well. 
report Recommended by ConstantReader
If Soul Eater have a child, this is it. - same vibes (albeit hanako-kun is tad cuter cos it child) - same colorful and unique environment - supernatural stuff - both MC have a contract with a spirit 
report Recommended by Mira071198
Welp, I can say, the shows is kinda same, but most of them not. Unlike Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun, the main character of Kyokou Suiri serial is a demigod. Both series is talking about somewhat of "demolishing" the exaggerated youkai(s). 
report Recommended by nattadasu