1) A group of japanese people are transported to another world with special powers
2) Both works have rpg features and "cheat skills"
3) Both works are narrated since the point of view of a "NPC" (in Chihou Kishi Hans no Junan) and a Antihero (In Tate no Yuusha) character
4) Both LNs have great characters
While Konosuba is focused on Kazuma as a sole person being transported and his eccentric friends, Chihou Kishi has a larger group of people transported in a fantasy world.
Both mostly focused on a single town, doing some jobs and overcoming problems that arise. Both are equally funny and enjoyable to read, but it somehow feels like Chihou Kishi might have a larger potential of complicated story being told in the future while Konosuba feels like it will stay in relaxed tone even though huge crisis occured.
Both about several people from Japan transported to a new fantasy world.
While Mondaiji focused on teens travelling by themselves in an adventure, Chihou Kishi Hans no Sunan are have larger range of people being transported and focused on solving problems that arised in a single town. Personally Chihou Kishi is more hilarious and laid back compared to Mondaiji which serve in a bit more serious tone.