Tonikaku Kawaii


TONIKAWA: Over the Moon For You

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Alternative Titles

English: TONIKAWA: Over the Moon For You
Synonyms: Generally Cute, Fly Me to the Moon
Japanese: トニカクカワイイ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Currently Airing
Aired: Oct 3, 2020 to Dec 19, 2020
Premiered: Fall 2020
Broadcast: Saturdays at 01:05 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Seven Arcs
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, ShounenShounen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 8.001 (scored by 4092240,922 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #5302
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #725
Members: 188,558
Favorites: 3,824

Recommendations

The ultimate showdown between Nasa the godlike Chad vs. Kazuya the worthless virgin. Frustrated by, or tired of seeing that hopeless, indecisive and stereotypical trash Kazuya? Then let me introduce you to the ultimate Chad named Nasa, who in less than half a season accomplished 10000x more than Kuzuya could ever dream of. In short, Tonikawa is the very drug that will cure you of the cancerous cell called Kanokari. 
report Recommended by hainq
Both are wholesome romcoms with little to no drama. Both couples get together early on and most of the story is about them actually dating each other.  
report Recommended by SwankyDragon
Both are romcoms which revolve around life of a married couple 
report Recommended by dadnaya
Both shows have a very very similar art style and have a pretty cutesy outlook to them. While Tonikaku Kawaii revolves around just one couple, Tsurezure children bounces around. The vibe is the same though, and we get a lot of cute moments that makes u smile. 
report Recommended by Uji_Gintoki_Bowl
These shows both have some of the most enjoyable moments I've seen thus far in anime. I often find myself smiling at just how wholesome some scenes are. If you like the SoL elements of Yuru Camp or Tonikawa then you'll love the other.  
report Recommended by CookedChili
Both series contains similar elements and vibes of comedy and romance.  
report Recommended by takashi_fujihiro
Characters do the cute O △ O face in both :3 
report Recommended by Mizuzuka
Both anime have the same MC that's head over heels for his female partner, excepto Akkun is tsundere while Nasa is dere dere maybe?  
report Recommended by cecito
They both are just cute. No plot goes anywhere, but both have cutre characters meant for eye candy. Tonikaku surrounds a guy and a girl trying to live life, whereas K ON is based off of school girls playing in a band. 
report Recommended by Bloomberry
Two of the sweet shows of the season. Still, avoid Elaina Ep. 3 and 4 if you don´t want to watch drama/psychological chapters 
report Recommended by KingShuloxx
Both are light comedy show that feature a daily lives of romantic couple and their fun activities  
report Recommended by MarcusTrench
In both shows, main guy and girl agree to get married under certain conditions. 
report Recommended by Xethum
Same author with a similar sense of humor. Tonikawa leans more into wholesome humor while Hayate is more action based. They're also hinted at being set in the same universe. 
report Recommended by JXSama298
Comedy and romance! Somewhat similar stories and vibes about a boy who was coincidentally saved by a girl. This is where their romantic and fun journey begins.  
report Recommended by keima00
Both of these shows happen after what's usually the end of a romance anime: the two main characters finally deciding to go out. After story is a season 2 though, whereas Tonikawa just starts with the main characters in a relationship. 
report Recommended by Vivalande
Most romances are written by liars and sadists. They know we only want one thing: to see two lovers who are perfect for each other to confess and enter a relationship. Every week, they dangle this promise in front of us, and we keep coming back. Will he say "I like you"? Will she say "Go out with me"? And before long, it's Season 3, and zero progress has been made. If you love romance shows but hate waiting for the main two to get together, Tsuki ga Kirei and ToniKawa are shows for you. Kick back and enjoy some down-to-earth relationship life, uncensored handholding and  read more 
report Recommended by DAnonymous318
Both are saccharine romance shows with a humorous instinct that is squarely in the late 90s of anime and manga. Both feature incredibly wholesome and cute romantic relationships, male protagonists that are all-around good people, and female protagonists who have an otherworldly charm. Both are worth watching, but could easily put off people who don't like cheesy romance shows. 
report Recommended by Bdiah
- Main guys and girls got together right at the start. - Focus on the post-confession events instead of those before. - Interesting, refreshing and most importantly, bold main characters. 
report Recommended by hainq
Both have characters who get together early on and we get to see their relationship. They are both wholesome, cute, and heartwarming with little drama. 
report Recommended by Xethum