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Total Recommendations: 71

If you liked
Fruits Basket
...then you might like
Ouran Koukou Host Club

- They have similar situations between the characters, right down to the guys realizing they like her and fighting over her while she is oblivious. - The character designs are also very alike. - Both are hilarious and have similar characters. - Both are amusing, lighthearted slice-of-life comedies with female protagonists. - The type of humor used in Fruits Basket and Ouran High School Host Club is very similar, especially in the roles of the characters. - All male characters have a cliche characteristic such as the cute/innocent, silly, and aloof. In both cases, a "poor" girl is forced into a "luxurious" world. - Both series are reverse harems, and have a diverse group of very unique supporting characters. - Both young girls having lost their mothers being thrust into a world they are unaccustomed to and touching the lives of everyone around them. - The series both also deal with morality issues that are expressed throughout the show with a great deal of humor thrown into the mix. - Both of the main characters are outsiders who are accidentally let into an exclusive world. Little by little, their attitudes and personalities start to change those around them and even themselves.

If you liked
Tenjou Tenge
...then you might like
Air Gear

- Both Air Gear and Tenjho Tenge are anime that have a male protagonist who tries to become the best that he can be. - You can sum these series up with two words: action and ecchi. - They both also have at least two woman with large breasts around the main character, one of which likes him. - And also, Both of these manga was created by the same Mangaka! (^~^) - Both have amazing fights and beautiful, interesting character designs. - There's also a good amount of strategy, and of course the main character who knows nothing about anything at the beginning. And a good amount of fanservice. - Both set in secret clubs within school. - Both have combinations of rookies reaching for the top, love triangles and include so many great supporting characters that help liven up the entire anime. - Both series are all about using style to fight, some rather nice moves, and quite a bit of humor and ecchi if you care about that. - Both anime's have High school gangs, girls with epic hair, and ecchi galore. - Not to mention Both anime contains Drama, unrequited love, and humor. So if you like one of them you will surely like the other!

If you liked
Inu x Boku SS
...then you might like
Kamisama Hajimemashita

- Both of these anime's have the main characters as moderately abandoned girls. - The main's are strong willed and prefer to do things their way. - The main guy characters are also similar in both of these animes. - They both serve the main girl character, due to their own circumstances and they are both demons. - They are both centered around youkai. - They are also both romance/comedies in which both the main male protaganists are a fox demon. - Both have girls who are protected by their 'servants'. In Inu x Boku SS, it's Ririchiyo's secret service agent who protects her, and in Kamisama Hajimemashita, It's Nanami's divine servant, Tomoe. - Both are endearing romance stories with just the right sprinkle of action, supernatural, and comedy. - Both animes are hysterical, and if you liked one you'll like the other. - The biggest similarity though is the love story. There's a satisfying (also sweet) ending to both the series and the romance.

If you liked
Fruits Basket
...then you might like
Kamisama Hajimemashita

- In both series, the main characters are high school female students who lose their home and family; that leads them to end up living in a pretty unusual situation. - - The female protagonists in both show that become homeless are sheltered by super-natural beings. - Same director on both, and both have the same style of comedy mixed with heartwarming moments. - And the Artwork is similar in both, especially when it comes to the way the male characters are drawn. - The protagonists are very soft and kind girls with no place to go and they both end up being thrust into worlds with magic and supernatural occurrences. - The position of the two in their own homes respectively might be different, but the relations occurring with the people around them follow a same pattern. - They both involve one girl and multiple guys. - They both have sweet main character girls who don't back down from challenges presented to them and have a fantasy element that is interesting enough to keep your attention. Also the characters are adorable! - They both have romance involved too. - Both anime are shoujo with a supernatural twist.

If you liked
K
...then you might like
Karneval

- Both Animes start with K. (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) - Both series center around a white haired boy who is protected by a badass. - The white haired boy and his bodygaurd are thrown into a battle between two supernatrually powered groups of people who both take an interest in the white haired boy. - The white haired boy is more then what he appears to be which forms part of the plot for these series. - Both has Male leads with unique and mysterious abilities, origins, and flashbacks. - Both involve a lot of fights using supernatural powers. - Both take place in a technology advanced setting. - both animes have great animation and art work.

If you liked
Soul Eater
...then you might like
Ao no Exorcist

- In both there are special academy, which prepare the fighters with evil. In Blue Exorcist it is presented with a Satan and his henchmen. In Soul Eater- demons. - The warriors are teenagers, of course. All of them fight with their own style. - Both contains great action and a stellar cast. - Both animes are very dynamic and the pace is very similar. - Both animes give you a good amount of suspense and adventure a balance of comedy. - Both have the whole, "let's team-up and save the world" feel to it. - Both stories feature supernatural happenings in a classic high school setting and offer typical shonen tropes. - Both appeal to gothic aesthetics and feature plot points addressing difficult family relations (Father-Son, Brother-Brother relations in Blue Exorcist and Father-Daughter, Mother-Daughter in Soul Eater). - Both have a refreshing fun feel to it. So enjoy.

If you liked
Baccano!
...then you might like
Durarara!!

- Same creator, same animation studio, same feeling, same idea of a wide cast of varied yet interconnected characters. - Both features a large array of characters, rapidly changing points of view, a similar visual style, and identical ways of doing the op. - A lot of mystery, action, a lot of characters.. rapidly changing points of view, a similar visual style, Also great music and same style of OP and ED themes, really similar animation. - Both anime are a cluster of many unique characters where their stories eventually somehow become linked together. - Both gives the same feeling. Not because simply because studio is the same, but because of similar atmosphere, like you feel that something grand is going on somewhere and all puzzles are creating that greater image episode by episode. - Both have an equally fun, high-tempo pace where they mix action and comedy with their huge colorful and creative casts.

If you liked
Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai
...then you might like
Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.

- Both animes are about social outcast all in a club. - Both animes have a male protagonist and two female protagonists. - Both shows are essentially harem comedies, Haganai focuses more on the romantic side of things, and Yahari definitely focuses more on comedy. - Both shows center male lead who's a social outcast, Haganai's because of his hair colour, while Yahari's is more an outcast by choice after a bad start to his new school life. The main difference between the two series is the quality in writing, with Haganai relying more on pretty girls and simple humour to draw you in, while Yahari excels in creating a balanced group of well written characters and more complex comedy. If you liked one, chances are you will find the other entertaining.

If you liked
Hyouka
...then you might like
Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.

- Both animes have kind of the same feel to them. - The main protagonist thinks of himself as "hermit who enjoys lonely life". - There is a group of people that get in the way of that life style of theirs and turn it completely upside down. - They are both somehow forced to join a school club. - Both main male characters are smart and intuitive. - Both anime also involve certain problems and/or mysteries that are solved by the male lead. - They both are comedic slice of life types, but Hyouka is more mystery centered whereas Yahari is more Romcom but if you like one you'll definitely like the other. - Both shows also employ clever dialogue and realistic handling of characterization, a much-needed refreshment amongst the industry these days.

If you liked
Neon Genesis Evangelion
...then you might like
RahXephon

- Both has Unstable main character, giant robots operated by chosen people, strange creatures attack human kind. - Rahxephon, in terms of animation, music and most importantly the plot, is the closest anime series to Evangelion. - In fact, there are so many similarities that both series almost look like a copies of each other. - Both include a very nice style of animation for their time, an excellent plot and good music. - They both have huge mechas backed up by an excellent cast of characters and stunning artwork. - Rahxephon and Eva both maintain a similar plot and where one contains an overabundance of Juddaic mythology the other replaces it with Sumerian. A very loosley, similar based plot with Evangelion, using mecha to fight alien "invaders" although I felt that RahXephon took itself a lot more seriously and has a much better characterisation than Eva. But both series are a must watch.

If you liked
Beck
...then you might like
Nana

- Both Beck and Nana deal with the hardships that certain people face as they attempt to make themselves and their music known, as well as deal with other day-to-day conflicts. - Both Nana and Beck deal with the lives of musicians and how people can be changed by music. - In each of the series there is a band that is trying to get started up, and become a group that everyone knows. - Nana and Beck both tells us about the musical industry and everything concerning the creative process. - In both series they show the sacrifices that need to be made while in a band as well as relationships and hardships that must be dealt with in everyday life. While differences between from the shows' intended audience--Nana, a josei; and Beck, a shounen--are clear, both believably chart the growth in its main character's maturity with wonderful relationships to supporting characters, love interests, and the abstraction of the music business as an antagonist. These anime are top notch in the music genre. If you enjoyed one of the series because of its writing as well as music concepts you will no doubt more than enjoy the other.

If you liked
Lucky☆Star
...then you might like
K-On!

- Both follow the slice of life antics of of girls and both have similar animation. - Both anime focus on the everyday life of a group of Happy-go-Lucky High School girls going through an average high school life. - Both are centered around the friendship of 4 characters. - Both focus more on the quirky relationships than any overriding plot. - They are both entertaining and have their own unique comedic values. - They go through life everyday doing many things such as going to see a doctor, practicing for an upcoming concert, or just trying to do your homework and pass the test. - They are both characters who can be either extremely moe or very angry in exceedingly similar ways. - Their actions will make you fall out your chair laughing and some of the plot just grabs your attention. - They are both made by Kyoto Animation. - Both end in a climatic performance in the final episode and both take a completely irrelevant but amusing route to get there. K-On! has a more continues story line whereas Lucky Star is just a series of short jokes. This means you will see less jokes in K-On!, but the type of humor is the same. Thus I think that if you liked one, you will most likely like the other one too.

If you liked
Machine-Doll wa Kizutsukanai
...then you might like
Black Bullet

- Both have several similar qualities such as Fighting in pairs, the art style, and the characters. - Both shows give a familiar feeling with characters and their interactions/relationship with one another. - Both MCs often are involved in political strife (due to their meddlesome tendencies of saving everyone) and their political(supervisors) figure(s) having an active role with the MC. - The action combat is very similar as they both fight in pairs together using martial arts technique or unique items/skills. the MC plays as the "controller" often calling orders, while the other is "supernatural" and plays a unique important role. - Both have a younger female protaganist that does most of the fighting. - In both, the main characters try to rise through the ranks, and become #1. - The character relationship in both are a "Master-Servant" relationships. Like between Rentarou Satomi and Enju Aihara are the same as Raishin Akabane and Yaya, and it is also same how both Rentarou and Raishin don't see there "servants" as "servants" but as actual people.

If you liked
Shingeki no Kyojin
...then you might like
Black Bullet

- Both stories take place in a post-apocalyptic setting. - They also have the same messages to the viewers, for example that the apocalypse is not their only enemy. - The two shows have a similar feel to them, with humanity having to combat giant creatures. - Both of these animes follow same kind of plot, and have some gruesome battle scenes. - Both have good special effects which makes watching them more enjoyable. - In both anime people are living in secured environments surrounded by deadly monsters, and one day something goes wrong. SnK has a better developed story though. - They both have good drama scenes in my opinion and the same main voice actor (Yuuki Kaji) which good because the two anime are similar and Kaji-san is fit for both roles. If you like end of the world scenarios, mystery, and plenty of violence, then these two titles may be your cup of tea.

If you liked
Fairy Tail
...then you might like
Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic

- They are both set in a fantasy-like universe where magic users are a common sight to behold. - Both series also include limitless adventures, interesting/unique character designs, bonds between friends, and numerous battles. - Both of these animes center around friendship and fantasy action, magic being one of the driving forces of both their universes. - Similar sense of optimism and adventure combined with intrigue. - Both have positive themes and undertones of character, family, self exploration and exploration / adventure. - Both of these series are made by the same animation studio, and you can totally tell due to the fact that they are both animated exactly the same way with the same background settings and everything. - There is also comedy in both animes and a few sad parts. These shows are both fun, light-hearted shounens with tons of good action and great character development. Magi is a little serious than Fairy Tail which is nice, but Fairy Tail has much more emotional scenes. both great storytelling and memorable characters!! While both shows tend to be pretty silly, they're not afraid to get serious. If you're interested in magic/fantasy and you liked one, I'm sure you would like the other.

If you liked
Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
...then you might like
Kyoukai no Kanata

- Both shows was made by Kyoto Animation. - The Character designs and their mannerism is Similiar. - Premise in Both shows is Similar. ( male character dragged into all sorts of problems by a strange, socially awkward female lead.) - Despite the fact that Chuunibyou is comedy both anime have well animated fight sequences. - Same type of Story Telling! - Both pull at your heartstrings near the end of the series and leave you wanting more. - They are both beautiful and endearing succinctly told stories. The situations in Beyond the Boundary are more serious and often dangerous, whereas the situations in Chuuibyou are mostly comedic. However, in both anime the socially awkward girl does lead to a lot of comedic social situations for the guy.

If you liked
Kyoukai no Kanata
...then you might like
Noragami

- Both consist of supernatural themes and contain similar action. - Both have similar stories and ways with the phantoms. (They both focused on a small group, both main charactesr are supernatural beings of some sort.) - Both anime about the characters trying to fend off supernatural monster while building relationships and getting to know each other. - Both anime use the same style of blending comedy, drama and action. - Both are modern fantasies with an underlying mystery and a well-rounded, interesting cast. - The Animation and Art is also somewhat similar. - Both have the same plot style of blending comedy , drama and action. The action scenes are top notch with great characters and lots of heart. Noragami has more heart than action and Beyond the boundary has more action than Noragami.

If you liked
Jigoku Shoujo
...then you might like
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni

- The mood in both of these is fairly dark. - The Style of Storytelling is the same. - Both seem to have a mystical and spiritual influence to the story, and a 'curse'. - Both have excellent scripts, pacing, development, and execution. - Both focus on the evil that houses in every human. Higurashi has more of a story though, while Jigoku shoujo is more episodic.

If you liked
Jigoku Shoujo
...then you might like
Death Note

- Both deal with the overall theme of death, and take it quite lightly. - Both anime deal with the decisions and values of humanity. - Both anime have a similar concept: Judging those that are not pure of heart. - The colours and tones are quite dark, and each story/plot twist is certainly one to keep you at the edge of your seat. - Both anime's have the same premise. (In Hell Girl, you can exact revenge by writing a person's name on a website, while in Death Note, the main character kills people by writing their names into a notebook.) - Both anime's make you think. Death Note has a far more advanced story (which is why not everyone will also like Jigoku Shoujo), but the atmosphere is definitely comparable. If you're into psychological thrillers with grim settings, both of these anime are worth checking out.

If you liked
Jigoku Shoujo
...then you might like
Death Parade

- Both are about passing judgement on people. ( Death Parade who looks into the idea of void and recreation, Jigoku Shoujo just looks into hell.) - Both are anime that peer into the hearts of "guest characters" through the eyes of the main characters. ( Hell Girl does so to send souls to hell, Death Parade does so to determine whether souls get sent to be reincarnated or to oblivion.)

If you liked
Angel Beats!
...then you might like
Death Parade

- Both stories follow the concept of the transition between death and the afterlife. - Both series deal with judgement and moving on after death. - Both have different ways of dealing with death and unfinished business but both shows have the people who have passed on work through their lives and in the end move on to wherever they need to go. - Both shows tug at your emotions and feelings as you feel empathy for the characters. - Both shows also make you think seriously and offer some thought provoking moments. - Both of these animes operate on a different plane of existence. Making us all think what really happens after we die. - Both of them bring out emotions you never thought you had with dramatic, intense storylines and memories from the characters. - Both anime have a touching ending and are filled with loveable characters that you will easily get attached to. - Both shows are well-crafted, and have creative imagery and beautiful animation. Overall, Death Parade is far darker than Angel Beats, but if you enjoyed one, you would likely enjoy the other.

If you liked
Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu
...then you might like
Ajin

- Similar themes. - Both reagrding young people coming to terms with a strange power that separates them from normal humans. - Both are serious, complex, and well-written.

If you liked
Tokyo Ghoul
...then you might like
Ajin

- Both the main character is somebody with strange powers that make him an outcast. - Both involves the same situation where the guy who is one of the hunted finds himself in a condition where he has to fight to survive. - Both speaks about an human that become "non-human" and have to live in a world that try to kill him. - The main characters of both anime become a being/monster and even though at first they are scared and confused, they overcome it and become pretty badass. - Both are also action-packed and, while I liked Ajin more than Tokyo Ghoul in terms of Action ,fans of one will enjoy the other.

If you liked
Grisaia no Kajitsu
...then you might like
Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei

- Both series have main male characters who have pasts that were meant to be kept secret, and military based. - They are both Extraordinary Strong. - Each of these characters being strongly influenced by their sisters. - Both feature a male character who seems calm and strong and has a secret. - The secret in both cases is their involvement in some group that fights and kills. - Both characters attend a special school and pretend to be normal high school students while hiding their true self. -

If you liked
Gintama
...then you might like
SKET Dance

- First, the very purpose of the Yorozuya and SKET-dan are the same: they do anything for their clients. - Second, both groups are composed of three members (exclude the pets) with similar characteristerization: one leader figure, one freakishly strong female, and one Glasses (megane) character. - Third, Gintama and SKET Dance have similar comedy and sense of humor. Both series parody other anime series, as both main protagonists are very well conscious of their status as main character (and both don't want to be outdone by other characters). Gintama's famous randomness can also be seen in SKET Dance. - Both Sket Dance and Gintama are gag series about people trying to help each other. - Both have a protagonist who seems like a good-for-nothing but really cares about his friends, and both sometimes stop the hilarious comedy for a serious or really sad episode. - Both Sket Dance and Gintama are parody anime's (shows that make fun of other forms of media. manga, games, shows, etc...) - Oh, and both ran in Shonen Jump, so both have the common themes of "friendship, hard work, and victory". If you love the characters, the randomness, common humor, you'll surely love both series! Without a doubt, SKET Dance is the modern-campus-life Gintama!

If you liked
Shakugan no Shana
...then you might like
Kaze no Stigma

- The main girl character are almost the same in both animes. They look, fight and act extremely similar! - The relationship that is shared between the two main characters in Kaze no Stigma is a spitting image of the relationship between the two main characters in Shakugan no Shana. The girls are both tsunundre-type characters, the kind that no one can hate. - In both Kaze no Stigma and Shakugan no Shana the female lead is hot-headed and wields a fiery sword which she uses to fight supernatural enemies. - Both of them also tends to argue with the male lead even though she secretly likes him. You get humour, good action sequences, cute love story and definate character growth. Everything you see in Kaze no Stigma, you'll find in Shakugan no Shana with a slight bend to it, yet still enjoyable on the same level.

If you liked
Chrome Shelled Regios
...then you might like
Densetsu no Yuusha no Densetsu

- Well, both are from the same creators and feature strong main leads. - The main character is pretty strong but doesn't want to fight. - Both of the main characters is supported by a strong female lead that cares for him. - Both shows leave you hoping that there will be a second season. Do you like awesome powers? Do you like a protagonist that initially tries to hide his amazing abilities? Do you like fights between awesome power users? Do you like some minor drama and character growth with your super powered protagonist's? Do you like a female lead who's also pretty awesome? Well if all of these above or just a few of them sound like an anime you would like to see. Then I strongly recommend both anime they are just that good and if you haven't seen them they are a must see.

If you liked
Sword Art Online
...then you might like
Log Horizon

- These shows share almost identical plots. - They're both about a large group of MMO players getting trapped inside of the game. - Both shows go into the various social structures built by an MMOs player base and they discuss the different play styles that individuals adapt. - In both anime there´re MMORPG players who discover themselves trapped in a fantasy game and they can`t "log out". The only difference is that in Log Horizon you'll respawn when you die. If you liked either one of these animes you would like the other because they are both based on a video game. Although SAO has more Fanservice than Log Horizon, there is no denying that Log Horizon returns the lack of FS with a very deep and detailed plot!

If you liked
Kimi ni Todoke
...then you might like
Sukitte Ii na yo.

- Both are about a girl who is an outcast in school though they have very opposite perceptions about friend making. - Both also have a very popular male lead who is curious about the girl and wants to befriend her. - The two have pretty much the same premise. Mei isn't quite as dark as Sawako, but she still has problems interacting with others, and Yamato is just like Kazehaya, except he moves quicker. - If you liked Kimi ni Todoke or Suki-tte Ii na yo, you should check the other out. Suki-tte Ii na yo, reminds me of a faster pace version of Kimi ni Todoke. As you can tell from the title of episode one of Suki-tee Ii na you, it's much faster paced, but it works well for this anime. I wouldn't want Kimi ni Todoke to be much faster than it is, and so far I wouldn't want Suki-tte Ii na yo to be any slower than it is.

If you liked
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
...then you might like
Sukitte Ii na yo.

- Both of these anime have the same type of main characters, the unsociable girl that eventually makes friends, and the tall, black-haired male. - Similiar Storyline. - They are both full of misunderstandings because of the characters keeping their thoughts for themselves without telling anyone. - Both anime series consist of characters that are "new" to love. - Both of these series center around high shool romance, while Tonari is more quirky and fun, Suki-tte is more of a coming of age drama type. Sukitte Ilnayo is much more innocent and lovey-dovey, while Kaibatsu has a lot more comedy. But that being said they are both very well done love stories between two unlikely people.

If you liked
Saiunkoku Monogatari
...then you might like
Akatsuki no Yona

- Yona of the Dawn draws on fantasy, whereas Saiunkoku Monogatari is more political, but they both feel historical and have strong female leads. - Both include supernatural events, drama, hints of romance, a strong male "body guard", a princess, and some comedy as well as a couple of completely hopeless but entertaing characters. - Both anime feature a strong-willed female lead surrounded by men trying to make it in "a mans world".

If you liked
Akatsuki no Yona
...then you might like
Akagami no Shirayuki-hime

- Both take place in kingdoms and the main charcters are both female. - Both are interesting and funny fantasy stories about cute red hair heroines that are loved by people around them not only for their beauty, but also for their personality and kind hearts. - Both anime have romance theme are well produced with bright colors and are overally optimistic in their mood. - Both Shows center around royal lineage politics and such and feature role reversals. - Shirayuki and Yona both have similar personalities and the stories are in similar time periods. - Both end up cutting off their long hair as some sort of symbolism for not being portraid as a weak stereotypical girl.

If you liked
Akame ga Kill!
...then you might like
Nanatsu no Taizai

First we have the Seven Deadly Sins in Nanatsu no Taizai, then we have Night Raid in Akame ga Kill! - Both sets of main characters are seen as the villains of the world, when in fact, they are the ones who are keeping the peace and balance in the world. - Both shows have a giant cast with lots of fighting and violence. Good guys, bad guys they are all awesome! - The story for both shows start out slow but eventually get super interesting and you'll be glued to your seat wanting more. - Both anime are about a group of vigilantes fighting against the corrupt governement. - Both shows are set in a medieval setting with knights and the use of magic. - Tons of bloody awesome violence and action, at odd points characters become romantically driven. - The characters are very well developed and intense in both animes. - They have super powers and abilities and the fighting scenes are spectacular. There's no such thing as absolute good or absolute evil, there's always more than one side to everything. The Holy Knights of Nanatsu no Taizai and the Capital Government of Akame ga Kill are supposed to be the ones enforcing the law and safekeeping the peace, but, it turns out they're actually the root and source of all problems.

If you liked
Toradora!
...then you might like
Kaichou wa Maid-sama!

- Each of these series mix great comedy and romance together while following a tsundere lead. - Both Taiga and Misaki fell in-love with the guy they once hated, their love stories are full of surprises, that's why it's very fun to watch. - The females are both a bit hotheaded and competitive, while the males are calm and collected. - Each show has an absolutely hilarious cast that suppliment the main characters very well. Any show can make you laugh, but the real beauty of Toradora and Maid-sama lies within romantic aspect. One minute you'll be laughing like crazy, and the next you'll find yourself immersed in those little romantic moments that just put a smile on your face and give you butterflies.

If you liked
Toradora!
...then you might like
Ookami-san to Shichinin no Nakama-tachi

- They both have the same type of humor. - Both animes resemble each other in the chrackter design (Taiga / Ookami) - Both main heroines are compared to beasts (Taiga = Tiger / Ookami = Wolf) - Both Taiga and Ookami are violent Tsunderes. - The animation is also very similar. The only difference between the anime romance-wise is that the guy fell in love with the girl on the 1st episode in Ookami-san, whereas in Toradora; they fell in love with each other part way through the series.

If you liked
Clannad
...then you might like
Toradora!

- Both are excellent romantic comedies that start of with a strong comedic element before focusing on the romance/drama. - Both have extremely funny and sad moments, so if you liked one you're sure to like the other. - Both animes are excellent love stories that devlop the main characters throughly, devling into their family life, school life, and love life; showing them how much they need each other without them knowing it. - Both animes offer a good amount of comedy as well and a great group of characters for the supporting cast. Clannad is definitely a little more serious than Toradora!

If you liked
Lovely★Complex
...then you might like
Toradora!

- Both are romantic comdies which revolves largely around the main male/female lead's comedic bickering. - Both the male and female share similar complex about their persons, Lovely Complex revolving around their heights, Toradora around being misunderstood for their looks. - The starting premise for both also revolves around the leads helping the other to go out with a different person, and a relatively slow progression of the relationship between the leads. Lovely Complex is perhaps the more 'girly' of the two, as it focuses more on Risa's point of view, where Toradora focuses more on Ryuji's viewpoint.

If you liked
Zero no Tsukaima
...then you might like
Toradora!

- Female and male lead characters share a similar type of interaction, the female being highly dominent and somewhat spoiled - the male being a pure-hearted nice guy who is treated badly, yet in the hearts of both female leads, they do have a deeper affection for their respective "dog". Both series evolve around this element, yet in different interpretations. - Hence, If you like the tension between the characters of one series, you may just love to see this constellation in a different setting and this is the chance! While Zero no Tsukaima has an all-fantasy setting with more exaggeration, action and male-lead-torture, Toradora! chooses a realistic setting with more true-to-life moments and a deeper, less predictable approach in character behaviour - so both have unique qualities.

If you liked
Ookiku Furikabutte
...then you might like
Haikyuu!!

- Both pull you into enjoying a sport through the use of very dedicated amatuer players, their evolution as players, and their relationships with the characters around them in a school setting. - Haikyuu!! and Ookiku Furikabutte (Big Windup)'s main characters share the sadness of being wildly dedicated to a team sport without having a proper team. - They also share a similar appearance.

If you liked
Taimadou Gakuen 35 Shiken Shoutai
...then you might like
Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry

- Both are magic sword anime in school and battle settings. - Anti-Magic Academy is harem with a "girl of the day" feel while Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry is pretty much OTP.

If you liked
Free!
...then you might like
Prince of Stride: Alternative

- They are short animes with only 12 episodes. - Both plots are about a washed-up high school sports club (that was known as it's best club within said sport) that gets renewed/revived and makes it great again within said sport. - The Character designs - For instance they both got a boy that would do great within cross-dressing, a stoic and a guy that seems rather happy-go-lucky at first glance. One of the differences however, is the fan servive. - You liked "Prince of Stride" but want more abs, swimming and less clothes? Go watch "Free!". (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) - You Liked "Free!" but want less focus on fan service and more running? Go watch "Prince of Stride"

If you liked
JK Meshi!
...then you might like
Dagashi Kashi

- Both of these anime are going to give you the munchies. - Whether it's low-cost snack foods or easy-to-make meals, you might find yourself trying a lot of new foods. - Both anime give a lot of information, about food and other things. And the humor is really similar, too. - So, grab some snacks and watch these anime together

If you liked
Shingeki no Kyojin
...then you might like
God Eater

- Both are apocalyptic anime in which the people live inside large walls and fighters go outside the walls to protect the population. - In both the leads family dies while being under something which could not be moved so they got eaten. - In both the lead has special powers that are unlike most others and becomes the hope for the citizens

If you liked
Chrome Shelled Regios
...then you might like
God Eater

- In both Animes humans live within protected cities - In both Animes teams of human fighters go out and protect the cities from being attacked by the monsters. - In both Animes main character is different than the ordinary citizens.

If you liked
Ano Natsu de Matteru
...then you might like
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso

- The friendship layout is strikingly similar. (Boy in glasses falls for a pretty girl he just met and his best friend for several years secretly likes him.) - They actually have a lot of differences (Shigatsu deals with music while AnoNatsu deals with film making). - But in both series you get to see the concept of being "friendzoned" several times. - The female romantic interest (Kaori in Shigatsu and Ichika in AnoNatsu) also leaves the main character alone, in her own way.

If you liked
No Game No Life
...then you might like
Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!

- Both are about people being able to be reborn in a new world that follows a similar system to ones you see in games or similar.. - Both anime follow NEET's in their journey to become a new person. - They also have high levels of comedy and the story in both kind of rely on the comedy aspects so it is able to move on. - So I believe if you liked one then you should like the other

If you liked
Ouran Koukou Host Club
...then you might like
Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun

- Visually similar. - Both are full of cute fluff. - Both keep things humorously light with lots of subverted character types. - So if you like one you will definetly like the other.

If you liked
Komori-san wa Kotowarenai!
...then you might like
Ooyasan wa Shishunki!

- Both follow the story of a young girl and have short episodes. - They also have aspects of people relying on the main in the story. - However both don't have much character development and limited story, even so I believe if you liked one you should enjoy the other.

If you liked
D.N.Angel
...then you might like
Magic Kaito 1412

- Both animes are about a school boy, who gains an alter-ego as a phantom thief. - Both main characters have been trained in the skills necessary for their thievery by their parents and both have a love triangle going on between the main, a girl he likes and his alter-ego (with the girl being completely ignorant of the main and the thief being one and the same, of course.) - These two series share a very similar atmosphere. That's why I think it's safe to say that, if you enjoyed one, you're likely to enjoy the other.

If you liked
Shinsekai yori
...then you might like
Boku dake ga Inai Machi

- The story is thorough and planned, and also quite creepy, in both shows. - Even though the stories are different, they give off a similar impression. - And both are brilliant.

If you liked
Teekyuu
...then you might like
Senyuu.

- If you liked the short episodes and the non-sensical characters of Teekyuu or Senyuu, you might also enjoy the other show. - The settlings are different, but the humor is definitely similar.

If you liked
Bleach
...then you might like
Owari no Seraph

- Using weapons imbued with spirits whose power augment your own to fight evil monsters. - A hotheaded protagonist who just has to protect all of his friends. Watching Owari no Seraph makes me nostalgic of the early seasons of Bleach.

If you liked
Tennis no Ouji-sama
...then you might like
Baby Steps

- Both High School Tennis Anime. - Baby Steps takes the bottom up approach as it's main character starts tennis rather late in life and finds he has a propencity for the game. - Prince of Tennis follows the evolution of a tennis prodigy as he emerges on to the Japanese high school tennis scenes and constantly looks to beat his next challenge. - Both have your typical over the top skills and completely unreasonable/impossible training methods popular in anime sports shows, but Baby Steps is far more realistic about it.

If you liked
Ookiku Furikabutte
...then you might like
Baby Steps

- Both pull you into enjoying a spot through the use of very dedicated amateur players. - Both is evolve around their relationships with the characters in a school setting.

If you liked
Mushishi
...then you might like
Black Jack (TV)

- Both animes are about an expert that helps people for a Price. - Both have a low key and rather enigmatic male lead. - Both Contains Supernatural Elements. - Both are also very episodic.

If you liked
Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica
...then you might like
Trinity Seven

- harem involving magic and such with an extremely powerful and rather egotostical male lead plus Multiple Worlds.

If you liked
Mirai Nikki
...then you might like
Big Order (TV)

- Nice Art Styles. - Both animes have characters with some sort of controlling/manipulating Super Power.

If you liked
Natsume Yuujinchou
...then you might like
Flying Witch

- A laid back series about teenagers with a foot in the Supernatural world who come to live with distant relatives in a rural community.

If you liked
Kingdom
...then you might like
Arslan Senki (TV)

- Epic war stories where a young man of royal blood must fight to reclaijm his kingdom with the help pg his loyal and powerful companions. - Both have Awesome War scenes and Fights.

If you liked
Akame ga Kill!
...then you might like
Ansatsu Kyoushitsu

- Both Great Shows, Funny, Interesting Characters and a new kind of premise. - Each Episode makes you think.

If you liked
Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
...then you might like
Hai to Gensou no Grimgar

- They are both fantasy. - KonoSuba is much more comedic. - Both don't have any interesting fights going on.

If you liked
Outbreak Company
...then you might like
Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!

- Both animes are otaku/geek based comedies. - Both animes make fun of regular tropes of their respective genres while creating good universes around them.

If you liked
Baccano!
...then you might like
Joker Game

- The Historic context is more or less the same. - The Animation is Epic in both animes. - Both have very Epic OST.

If you liked
IS: Infinite Stratos
...then you might like
Hundred

- Both are very similiar to each other. - Both have a harem with a very special MC.

If you liked
Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?
...then you might like
No Game No Life

- The Art Style is the same. - The main Characters go to a different world. - Both animes have a lot of hype and action.

If you liked
One Punch Man
...then you might like
Boku no Hero Academia

- Both anime involve eccentric superheroes and a competitive hero ranking system. - They are both really funny.

If you liked
Death Note
...then you might like
Mirai Nikki

- Both animes are very Psychological and very Awesome!! - Both characters are loosing their mind after sometime. - However Mirai Nikki is more Horror based than Death Note.

If you liked
Sword Art Online
...then you might like
No Game No Life

- Both of those animes are very much alike but also different. - If you liked one of those you will probably like the other Anime.

If you liked
Boku dake ga Inai Machi
...then you might like
Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu

- Both have time travel themes. - Both protagonists want to use it to save people. - Both allow graphic violence.

If you liked
Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
...then you might like
Sakamoto Desu ga?

- Both are segmented in Similar formats. - Both are High School Themed. - They are both meant to make you laugh. - I think if you enjoy the comedic style of one you'll like the other.

If you liked
Shingeki no Kyojin
...then you might like
Koutetsujou no Kabaneri

- In both we have a post-apocylaptic world where groups of people live inside a walled city to survive a threat to humanity. - Both have people living in protected zones in fear of invading and dangerous and mysterious creatures that aren't well understood. - Both animes is about fighting these animes and driving them out! - Both anime's has Walled fortresses to keep out the monsters, and one person who comes to posess a mean to defeat the monsters more effectively. - Both protagonists lost their most precious person to the monster. - Bushi in Kabaneri equals Military in SNK. Notably, Kabaneri has the same director and animation studio as Attack on Titan, but looks worlds nicer than AoT ever did. Hopefully it doesn't suffer from the same pacing issues.