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Total Recommendations: 16

If you liked
Hajime no Ippo
...then you might like
Ashita no Joe

- Both shows about boxing - Both characters are naturally gifted in the sport. - They Both rise quickly in their individiual weight class. - There are ups and downs in show, emotionally. - They both grow up in the show. They go from kids to adults. - The shows are different in how the protagonists are different. The protagonist in Ashita no joe is very aggressive and lonely, but has always known what he is good at, fighting. On the other side the protagonist in hajime no ippo is very timid and has always had some family around him, but he had to find out about what he was good at.

If you liked
Hachimitsu to Clover
...then you might like
3-gatsu no Lion

I think they have a similar feel to them. - They are both about finding yourself, accepting yourself and finding motivation. - There is an age gap between the main characters where one is in highschool where the other is in college. But the cast in 3-gatsu no lion is very varied with its characters, so it makes up for it if you are looking for a mature story. - Both shows gives you the feels. - They can both be very heartwarming. - Great characters in both shows.

If you liked
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
...then you might like
Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu

- Both Shows are reincarnation themed. - Both protagonist build a new cities with fantasy creatures. - The protagonists both gain in allies in the same way, by sharing their powers with them.

If you liked
Nodame Cantabile
...then you might like
Piano no Mori (TV)

- Both are about classical music. - Characters grow up and mature in both shows. - Centered around piano as the main instrument, although Nodame Cantabile has a more wide array of charaters who play different instruments.

If you liked
Berserk
...then you might like
Kingdom

- Both Series are gory - Both series deals with war (Though Berserk is fantasy with mosters and such, where kingdom is set in china during the warring states period. Kingdom also deals a lot more with Politics) - Both series have great art - Both are very long running and ongoing series Both are 10/10 in my oppinion

If you liked
One Outs
...then you might like
Giant Killing

In both shows. the main guy enter an declining team. In one outs(baseball) as a pitcher, and in Giant killing(Soccer) as a coach. They turn the team around and make them good again/or carry the team.

If you liked
Moyashimon
...then you might like
Gin no Saji

Both very chill shows, and they are both somewhat about agriculture.

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

School setting, and protagonists who are skilled in everything they do ;)

If you liked
Nodame Cantabile
...then you might like
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso

Both shows about classical music.

If you liked
Over Drive
...then you might like
King Golf

Both protagonists are newbies to their individual sport, but they both rise in skill very quickly and become badasses :)

If you liked
Tetsugaku Letra
...then you might like
Ballroom e Youkoso

Both Series about dance.

If you liked
Harigane Service
...then you might like
Hinomaruzumou

Both series has a protagonist who is fighting against their inabilities, but stil pushes forward. But the personalities of the protagonists are quite different.

If you liked
Re:Monster
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken

Humans born into another wold, but as different creatures. It makes an interesting and fun twist to the "born into another world" genre.

If you liked
Tenjou Tenge
...then you might like
The Breaker

Both are supernatural martial arts series, with some kickass art. Though Tenjou Tenge's art evolves throughout the series.

If you liked
Vinland Saga
...then you might like
Vagabond

They are both great at potraying each of the cultures in both series very accurately. Vindland saga is about vikings, where Vagabond is about Samurai/Ronin's.

If you liked
Douluo Dalu
...then you might like
Fights Break Sphere

Both of the shows are Manhuas, and both of the series focus a lot on the aspect on leveling up. Through items, and killing monsters.