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Asobi ni Iku yo!


Alternative Titles

English: Cat Planet Cuties
Synonyms: Asobi ni Ikuyo!, Let's Go Play!, Asobi ni Ikuyo: Bombshells from the Sky
Japanese: あそびにいくヨ!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 11, 2010 to Sep 26, 2010
Premiered: Summer 2010
Broadcast: Sundays at 01:58 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: AIC Plus+
Source: Light novel
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

Statistics

Score: 6.791 (scored by 60,292 users)
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Ranked: #43622
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Popularity: #720
Members: 125,350
Favorites: 411

Recommendations

Very close, both of them have aliens and a lot of ecchi moments with a bit of action. 
report Recommended by Fezinho
a female came down from space and the the male protagonist romance in both anime 
report Recommended by pakin
Both are ecchi/harem anime with high school male protagonists surrounded by supernatural (Omamori Himari)/alien (Asobi ni iku yo) females. Both anime also have some fights.  
report Recommended by hajil
Both have female "aliens" with incredibly advanced technology, abilities and weapons, who meet a guy in Earth. Also, the guy (and his friends) get involucrated with a dangerous organization (like Synapse in Sora no Otoshimono). 
report Recommended by kaiteshin-daichi
Wars against cat people and dog people, but asobi is kinda ecchi ... more like alot. 
report Recommended by neji64plms
both involve a regular guy getting pulled into a cat world the main guy also has a childhood friend that likes them they both have a decent amount of comedy in it and there both harems so they have those generic episodes like the pool/beach one and the onsen/hot-tub one. 
report Recommended by supermegasonic
clueless airhead alien coming to earth and it seems everyones ok with it  
report Recommended by Denmark-Chan
Same Genres and about a wolf /human 
report Recommended by Ex_Machina
Romance comedies with a lot of girls after one boy. Oh, Kampfer character appear in the background of episode three of Asobi ni Iku Yo. What? 
report Recommended by shuffleair
Also sci-fi, comedy, romance, a female alien and the male character look similar aswell. 
report Recommended by togeyanagi
They're both harem series with multiple types of girls liking the protagonist, who is very unaware of the situaion. Besides that, both of the main character girls are from space, big chested, wear tight space suits and have small helper(s). Both series have ALOT of fanservice as well as a somewhat similar art and story. 
report Recommended by Skaya
Highly capable young ladies in skintight suits making the world a better place through the copious use of surprisingly non-lethal high-tech gear, and the male teenager whose trousers they all want to get into. 
report Recommended by sciencewarrior
Macademi Wasshoi is essentially Asobi ni Iku yo reimagined with Gods, Demons, and Magic instead of Cats, Dogs, and Science. It has the same humor, the same character archetypes, the same animal-eared themes, the same ecchiness, and the same pop culture references. If you like one, you'll like the other. 
report Recommended by ScatCat
Fan-service and sci-fi action. If you're looking for both of these genre, then these two series might be something worth checking out. The lucky or maybe unlucky protagonist gets into situations involving the girls and later forms bonds with them through the series. It does have a story plot though so keep an eye on that. There's also comedy, drama, and action. And here it is again: fan-service. 
report Recommended by Stark700
Sudden Girlfriend appearance anime who is weird in more ways than one. Kemeko is more comedy than romance though, and is lacking in the alien department.  
report Recommended by Mythical_Truth
First off you should note that both of these series are not ones you should watch for the plot, because they are absolutely pointless. now on to what most people are looking for, the fanservice and types of characters both have harems, useless mc's, a childhood friend, and most notable to these animes, actual animal hybrid girls. we arent talking your typical cute maid cafe cat ears and tape on tail. no we are talking serious bidness cat girls and other less interesting hybrids like rabbits n dogs the fanservice in both of these is really prevalent, though in asobi there is not as much nudity,  read more 
report Recommended by animetakestime
Although the two are about two entirely different things, Nyan Koi! about cats, and Seto no Hanayome about mermaids. However, both have similar genres like they're both romance-comedies and harems. Also both involve the main character getting into some sort of life threatening danger.  
report Recommended by Mcadogg1
Asobi is Highschool dxd meets Spice and Wolf. if you like ecchi comedy parodies, Asobi is a great choice. Conversely, if you enjoyed Eris but want to see what she could be like if she were a little more serious, Holo is exactly that. 
report Recommended by peKAY
Both are romantic ecchi anime, with girls who are not from this world. In Chobits, the main female character is a robot (aka persecom). In "Asobi ni Iku yo!" the main female character is an alien. They both have to learn the things in life. Both girls are being helped and live with a male character. 
report Recommended by Nerdo
An alien girl comes to the Earth and falls for the protagonist, other girls come into the picture and a harem ensues. Lots of action, sci-fi and ecchi in both ones, not forgetting the comedy. First series coming to mind when watching Asobi Ni Ikuyo was definitely Nyaruko-san. Also, both protagonist alien girls having something to do with cats. 
report Recommended by DenpaOnna
The similarity can be looked at the High Level of Militarism, that will revolve around both the protagonist and the alien-heroine. Secret Organization, Alien Cults and Secret Government Military Agents. Alongside with mild ecchiness and a Web of Love Drama. 
report Recommended by kaimax
Random but funny plot. A lot of action and ficton, harem and just a bit of drama. 
report Recommended by Nachtwandler_21
They share the same comedy + ecchi based story style Both have some missions and the actions are mainly performed by young female. Asobi ni Iku yo is more random. It is bundled with UFO & catgirl aliens, with a protagonist and a harem; while Aika is female centered with a secret mission to complete per series...  
report Recommended by bottle
Moe+Harem+Military Asobi ni Iku yo has a nekomimi and a stronger military theme while Ninomiya-kun has a succubus theme. 
report Recommended by Dunkjoe
One man is loved by three women ( there's four in Aso no Yoichi, but I'd say only 2 or three of them love him), and it's ecchi + comedy in both as well. I enjoyed watching them, even though the chars isn't that similar, however if you liked one try other one. 
report Recommended by Linus-SAMA