Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai!

Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!

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Synonyms: Uzaki-chan Wants to Play!
Japanese: 宇崎ちゃんは遊びたい!
English: Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 10, 2020 to Sep 25, 2020
Premiered: Summer 2020
Broadcast: Fridays at 21:30 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: ENGI
Source: Web manga
Genre: ComedyComedy
Themes: Adult CastAdult Cast, Romantic SubtextRomantic Subtext
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.001 (scored by 243279243,279 users)
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Ranked: #39652
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Popularity: #460
Members: 448,214
Favorites: 1,665

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Both are comedies about a girl constantly teasing her senpai. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
Comedy with similar character dynamics, a girl teasing a socially awkward guy. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
They are both comedies with a boy that just wants to live peacefully and an extremely extrovert girl who wants to hang out with him.  
report Recommended by Kareit
Both got ecchi mega oppai that tease MC all time. What more I have to say? 
report Recommended by SOS_Sama
1. Very annoying girl annoys a guy. 2. Gag comedies. 3. Slice-of-life. 4. "Cute" 5. The male character is disgruntled and socially awkward. 
report Recommended by RebelPanda
Both extremely funny shows that occur in the college era. Uzaki is still going on tho. Both shows have a cool casting characters, and barely do diving. 
report Recommended by RagonWest
The lives of two ordinary guys are completely changed when a hyperactive female character makes her entrance. Both series are comedy focused that feature a heroine dragging the cast into a crazy world full of bizarre adventures. Dagashi Kashi differs revolving around a candy and sweets store, while Uzaki-chan features college students with more ecchi styled humour. Overall, if you enjoy comedy series about hyperactive female characters you will probably enjoy both series. 
report Recommended by Akoram
Both are great Feel-good slice of life anime with an isolated guy and a playful and lovable girl that just wants to be around him. 
report Recommended by CardinalFtw
Both have male MC that always got followed by weird female MC and always gave him a weird situation. Uzaki-chan took setting on university students and Chuunibyou took setting on High School students. And both use the weirdness of the female MC as main power of its comedy. Both also have good-looking and memorable character design. Tought that Uzaki-chan have more fanservice in it 
report Recommended by MochizukiTomoya
Both are comedies with a touch of ecchi, though Eiken is way more explicit and Uzaki-chan is more focused on the slice of life comedy. And if you are attracted to cute, colorful girls with very big breasts, maybe you'll like the girls from eiken c: 
report Recommended by Chicken404
Similarities - Both Male MCs are introverted/antisocial - Both Male MCs are dragged into social gatherings - Both female MCs are extroverted (to an extent) - Both series relate to moderate romance/comedy and dramatic elements Differences - Wotaku has more mature comedy VS uzaki chan is mostly ecchi comedy/misunderstandings - Wotaku is about workplace colleagues VS uzaki chan is about university senior/junior 
report Recommended by ST63LTH
Similarities - Male MC being antisocial - Extroverted female MC interact with introverted male MC - Both Series Female MCs have misunderstandings with male MCs Differences - Tanaka MC is naturally lazy/low energy = less social VS uzaki MC is more anti-social/introverted - There's not much romance style comedy in Tanaka VS uzaki chan has romance style comedy - Tanaka series is in high school VS Uzaki series is in University - The main setting in Tanaka is at school VS main setting in Uzaki is at home/work/at leisure businesses 
report Recommended by ST63LTH
If you like Rom con. You should watch one of the all-time favourites when the queen of Tsuderere is at her peek. Even though Taiga is not my ideal main female character, I still really like the pace and story progression and ending of this all-time favourite ROM-Com for me. 
report Recommended by Steveatnight
the comedy that two anime series gives you it's fantastic, for sure the main characters are not the same at all but they give you the same vibe, If you have watched one of them then you know which vibe I'm speaking about. Do you need to watch that show? for me, the answer is clearly 'yes! 
report Recommended by Erueuse-D
In both there is an annoying girl who wants to be around a boring guy 
report Recommended by maslan
romcom with a tomboy 
report Recommended by weebslayer224
Overly extroverted girl spending time with an introverted guy to help him break out of his shell and to actually start living life 
report Recommended by Smug_Hat
Both female main characters are short-haired and extremely clingy in their own way. The major difference between the two shows: Oku-sama is ecchi while the other is not. Despite that, I find Uzaki-chan more enjoyable.  
report Recommended by destinical
Similarities - Both series have a group of students that hang out on their free time - Both MCs are comedic and ironic characters - The comedy in both shows are taken out of context or on another level - Both series deal with dramatic episodes Differences - Uzaki is in university VS daily life of hs boys is in high school - most chars in hs boys are male VS uzaki is mixed male and female - More adult comedy in uzaki VS more mundane, everyday situations taken out of context in hs boys 
report Recommended by ST63LTH
Confused adults in the spring of their youth spending quality time at university/college by partaking in extracurricular activities, hanging out with friends and focusing on their studies as well as exploring their untapped love life. The key aspect of a comedic yet complicated romance is also prevalent albeit not completely dominant in either of the two slice of life anime.  
report Recommended by HibiChika
Two very ecchi romances with an average male MC and with an extremely annoying short girl with abnormally big breasts. Just don't expect deep thoughts, clever ideas, just typical cliches of romances, panties flowing your screen, annoying behaviour from the big breasted loli to the main male character. The main difference between Uzaki-chan and Hajimete is that the first one, the big breasted loli, Hana Uzaki is the main girl, while in the latter one, Nene Fujinoki, is a less prominent girl. 
report Recommended by tlato_but
Both feature a girl who is relentless in her pursuit of a guy who has caught her interest. He tries to rebuff her advances but eventually capitulates. A difference: Uzaki-chan has supporting characters trying to help the relationship along. In There She Is!! it's a taboo mixed relationship where they later have to deal with societal disapproval. 
report Recommended by mwalimu
Both male main characters are very isolated. Both female main characters lead the male character to know more about the world and develop their feelings. Both anime is filled with fanservice. 
report Recommended by dagertoe
Both shows are stupid in the best ways. The comedy hits the same, at least for me. It's just so in your face and the characters go all-in on everything they do. Outside the comedy aspects, they're both slice of life, focusing on girls who are in school, but you don't really see them going to school. The school part isn't important, it's what they get up to outside of class, and the relationships they make along the way. Both Chio and Uzaki are awkward protagonists who mostly want to have a good time with their friends. Lots of teasing and not taking themselves too seriously. Overall, they  read more 
report Recommended by Xeneixian
These anime both follow a protagonist who is a shut in and anti-social with a girl trying to break them free of that. However, the method by which the girls help the protagonist is very different. NHK is a little more serious with the protagonist's anti-social behaviour preventing him from even leaving his home while Uzaki-chan is more lighthearted and fun (with a dash of ecchi). Both of them also share the genres of Comedy and Romance! 
report Recommended by -Lunar-
Uzaki has a lot in common with Satania, she's voiced by the same seiyuu, and many scenes are nearly same as in Gabdro. "Gabriel DropOut" fans will feel at home. 
report Recommended by otaq
Both relaxing shows that put you in a good mood because of the comedy and characters. 
report Recommended by RagonWest
Similarities: -Same MC's situation in which his life turns upside down the moment persistence girl appears in his life. -Same MC with tsundere attitude. Dissimilarities : - One was set in College while the other one was set in high school. -The MC in one anime has a girl that he likes but can't make a move cu'z other girl keep getting in his way, while the MC in the other anime is a legit loner. 
report Recommended by Horn_dawg_2019
Both shows have a main relationship between a kouhai and her senpai. Uzaki-chan is set in a closer relationship to a high school, a college, while Senpaiga presents a more mature tone both in adult characters and by performing in a work environment. Both shows have a soft touch of romance and comedy is a strong point. They're not exactly the same anime, but they're worth comparing. 
report Recommended by Luubie
Both are comedy series that revolve around a hyper charismatic female heroine. Hilarity pursues as the cast get dragged into the crazy world and bizarre adventures that follow this heroine. The Suzumiya Haruhi Series differs with supernatural and sci-fi elements, while Uzaki-chan has a larger focus on romance and a touch of ecchi. Overall, if you enjoy comedy series about hyperactive female characters you will probably enjoy both series. 
report Recommended by Akoram
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