Total Recommendations: 14
Both animes are an 2019 winter season's adaptation of the romantic harem manga from Shonen Magazine, which are dedicated to MC’s relationship with several girls who are sisters. They even received a joint cover a few days before the premiere. At the same time, these shows are opposite in their portrayal of romance, while Go-Toubun is mostly quite subtle about the affections of girls, Kanojo openly depicts the romantic and sexual life of the characters. In addition, the first show is a lighthearted comedy, while the second is a somewhat dark melodrama.
Domekano is essentially a less controversial and more "serious" version of Yosuga, replacing real incest and porn with plot with a more shoujo-ish melodrama and conditionally realistic plot. Natsuo is also quite similar to Haruka, because both MCs are a rather rare realistic image of teenage boys in the anime, and not unrealistic chaste "accidental perverts". In the end, both anime are rather dark romance with large doses of erotica and teenage melodrama.
Both shows are dark erotic romance, which tells about the relationship between the step siblings, raising the theme of the negative impact of immoral relationships, hidden one-sided crush and the harm of repressed sexual desire. The difference is that Citrus is yuri and strongly focuses onf homosexuality, while Domekano has elements of a harem.
Both shows are very similar due to their slow pace, gradual exploration of the motivation and actions of the characters, as well as the rather subtle and attentive development of the romantic line. The main difference, of course, is that Yagate Kimi ni Naru is a melancholic shoujo-ai, and Oregairu, on the contrary, is a sarcastic school comedy with a male lead. Moreover, I do not know whether it is intentional or not, but Touko and Yuu are so similar to Yukinon and Yui that sometimes it may seem like a yuri fanfic on Oregairu, especially considering the popularity of Yukinon/Yui pairing. In any case, if you liked Oregairu and you are not against the lesbian theme, then you will definitely enjoy this show.
Both shows are an adaptation of romcom LN and strongly focusing on dialogues, talk about intellectual chemistry between an antisocial MC and some ideal yamato nadeshiko girl. Moreover, as the main girls of both shows, Yukinon and Mai are almost the same as twin sisters.
Both shows are made by one studio and are devoted to the importance of feelings and mutual understanding in the social relations between people. They also have very similar motifs, plot twists and characters's personalities. At some point you can even say that FranXX is Kiznaiver in a post-apocalyptic mecha setting.
In a certain sense, Saiki can be considered as the "male" version of Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun, since while Nozaki parodies the shoujo's tropes, setting and characters, Saiki does the same, only with works for the shonen audience. The only difference is that Nozaki is strongly focused on romance and sometimes are sentimental, while Saiki always remains a gag comedy with an unceasing parody and humor.
Although these shows have different premises, they are both a parody of typical innocent CGDCT shows and tell about angels and demons who have come to our world. Moreover, both titles have a comically evil character as one of the main girls. At the same time, although Jashin-chan strongly focuses on violence and pop-cultural references, Gabriel is usually more casual.
Ballroom and Harukana in many ways similar to each other because of their study of psychology and the relationship between partners, and the use of heavy romantic metaphors for this. Both shows also have a realistic image of their sport and sibling's pair as side characters. The main difference is that Ballroom has a more serious tone and is focused on boy-girl pairings, while Harukana has a more entertaining style and a blatant yuri subtext with girl's pairings.
Although both of these shows have quite different seting (the first is Magical Girl and the second is Supernatural Horror), they are very similar in their performance, since both series explore the inner "madness" of the person and the use of violence to save from abusive people. Expect also many yandere characters and bulging eyes.
Both works have a pretty similar main cast with the generic pink-haired MC, her classic tsundere best friend and "pair" of girls that strongly resemble or imply the yuri pairing of tomboy and girly girl which are all together live in an old Japanese building. The main difference is that Konohana has a profound, philosophical content and openly shoujo ai, while Comic Girls more carefree and uses the latter more for jokes and fanservice.
These two series are not only almost similar in their premise and characters, they are also adapted by the same studio, therefore, those who enjoyed the first show, definitely will like the second.
Both films are devoted to how a child gets a serious psychological trauma due to the imprudent actions of adults, and then overcomes it, developing as a person through friends's help and and selfless help to other people.
Although these anime are completely different in matters of ecchi, they are both talk about tragic love stories and star-crossed lovers with a certain shade of eastern philosophy and magical realism, with the only difference that in the AIR drama is based on an incurable fatal disease, and in Yosuga no Sora it is an unacceptable incest. Besides, both animes are also based on very famous visual novels.