Kanojo, Okarishimasu


Rent-a-Girlfriend

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Alternative Titles

English: Rent-a-Girlfriend
Synonyms: I'd like to Borrow a Girlfriend, Kanokari
Japanese: 彼女、お借りします

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 11, 2020 to Sep 26, 2020
Premiered: Summer 2020
Broadcast: Saturdays at 01:25 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.371 (scored by 139331139,331 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #20282
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Popularity: #419
Members: 296,872
Favorites: 3,462

Recommendations

Both involves the same plot where guy and girl agrees to have a pretend relationship for the sake of the ones they care for and both have the same school setting but one was set in high school while the other one is set in college. 
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
Both are romances involving college students. Kanojo, Okarishimasu is more of a harem, slowly introducing multiple love interests, whereas in Golden Time, who the protagonist will end up with is clear from the start. 
report Recommended by Kiwii_121
+1 at Gamers being similar to Kanojo, Okarishimasu. Has a "normal" mc, a harem, heaps of misunderstandings, and a romance plot that can make you spin if you try to keep up with it. 
report Recommended by anikurikokua
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
The same Female character plot where the girl can be dismiss as a Ho, when they're not and the guys that they have a relationship with, where at one point can be mistaken as a short term but turns out to be long term.  
report Recommended by JiangHaoyi1979
Both are about adults that seem to be unexperienced with girls... and are rather pathetic. 
report Recommended by yonatan_
This is probably a weird recommendation, but I do think if you really like the characters of Rent-A-Girlfriend, you'd probably find something similar in Re:Zero. Both Kazuya and Subaru are complete simps at the start of the series. They're made to be pathetic, annoying, helpless, and they both reflect a lot of boys around that age. If you like Kazuya because you can tell he's not a bad guy deep down and are cheering for him to get better, I think you can find something really similar with Subaru. Alternatively, maybe you like Rent-A-Girlfriend because of its plethora of cute girls. And Re:Zero definitely has a  read more 
report Recommended by Djangor
Harem show with a pretty obvious main girl and a looser, pervert, virgin MC that gets increasingly dependable while the plot progresses. Especially following seasons will focus more on that growth though so at this point Kazuya is still much worse than even Keitarou in episode 1. 
report Recommended by shezario
The stories are different but yet these 2 focuses on having girlfriends/wife, and both revolve around romantic comedy between the couples. In tonikaku kawaii, the couples are real but in kanojo okarishimasu the couples are fake. 
report Recommended by 2322
Both needed to pretend they are in a relationship. 
report Recommended by Iwatch23
They both explore romance from an unconventional, perhaps uncomfortable premise (Kuzu no Honkai: relationship with someone whilst pretending they're someone else, Kanojo, Okarishimasu: relationship with a fake girlfriend) 
report Recommended by pixruru
After a romantical failure, the protagonist starts dating a random person (in Koi to Uso, it is chosen by the system, whereas in Kanojo, Okarishimasu, is by paying). Eventually, the main character and his fake girlfriend start developing feelings towards each other. 
report Recommended by Cesar_Carmona
Both about a male character who sucks with girls, who eventually gets surrounded by lots of females and becomes a harem. The same type of vibe anime, light-hearted, warm, harem, school life funny anime.  
report Recommended by iNinjeek
In both anime, the main character resorts to the service of a rental girlfriend/video girl to help him get over a heartbreak. But he eventually develops feelings for the girl, and has to find the key to this impossible love... Video Girl Ai has less comedy, has more fantasy elements, and the main character is less of a total failure / cringy creature. 
report Recommended by JohnnyCamel
Both are dumpster fire shows that tests your mental fortitude at how long you can withstand the cringe and spice. 
report Recommended by tjrq