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Amaenaide yo!!


Alternative Titles

English: Ah My Buddha
Synonyms: Amaenaideyo!!
Japanese: あまえないでよっ!!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 1, 2005 to Sep 16, 2005
Premiered: Summer 2005
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

Statistics

Score: 6.581 (scored by 28,634 users)
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Ranked: #56132
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Popularity: #1609
Members: 60,008
Favorites: 89

Recommendations

Both series has a main male protagonist that lives with several girls at a dojo for training and life purposes. Both series contains fan-service and ecchi. Both series has comedy, drama, and a little romance. Both series main protagonist are easily misunderstood at first.  
report Recommended by Stark700
The lead male becomes super strong when a female does certaint things. both have ecchi.  
report Recommended by TH-Chen
Comedy, a guy that puts himself on the worst (and nosebleed producers) situations, and a lot more... 
report Recommended by AALT
They are both harems to begin with yet the main character is *only* interested at one girl. Yet there are times in which he takes a second glance at the others. They are also great comedies.  
report Recommended by diosioscies
both series featured the heroines having powers and abilities, though wind a breath of heart is more on romance and drama (with humor thanks to tachibana) while ah my buddha is more on comedy.. also, hinata sugai and hikari tsukishiro are both the most silent types of both series.. plus have some similar characters: blond haired girls: haruka amanogawa and nozomi fujimiya, short haired and glasses wearing ladies wakaba fujimiya and sakura sugai 
report Recommended by mrpogi91
hm, harem, but not bad ghost, there are zombies~! 
report Recommended by merandill
What are similarities between these two series? Let's see... - both series contain ecchi humor - comedies that later contain romance themes - drama - both MC meeting many girls - the main character proving himself to these girls that he is not who they originally see him as.  
report Recommended by Stark700
They both involve 1 guy and a bunch of girls who like him. It also involves the different types of girls ranging from loli to tsundere.  
report Recommended by Shadesblade
The first show that came to my mind when I watched this. A big Ecchi overdose is featured in Juuden-chan, lots of sexual references too and even H-similar tentacle scenes. They fit perfectly together. The only exeption here, is that instead of the main boy getting hit all the time, it's the girl. And with a baseball bat too! Good that they don't overdo the slapstick violence with lots of blood, like they do in Amaenaideyo XD Anyway, very similar, and a nice Anime to try if you liked the other one. 
report Recommended by Keitaro004
Almost the same, except this is about monks doing exorcism, more girls more comedy more ecchi. 
report Recommended by dextery
There both are about a young Buddhist exorcists (SO 13 - AY - 16) who have got probs with it 
report Recommended by -Karma-
They are very similar in terms of fanservice and comedy; however it feels that To LOVE-Ru is more thought out and engaging as opposed to Amaenaide yo, which has one purpose: fanservice. If you like ecchi, try Amaenaide yo. If you like half ecchi, half actual relationships, try To LOVE-Ru. 
report Recommended by theeggman85
Both anime have Comedy Ecchi Harem Both anime MC becomes more powerfull when they are perverted.  
report Recommended by greedytoh
Ecchi! Want some? Amaenaide you gives you that. With a bit less romance than Umisho :P But Umisho still rocks! 
report Recommended by ShadowG