Total Recommendations: 97
Both manga show the different sides of friendship and how there are people who may seem close or loyal to you, but have a much darker side. It also emphasized how true friendship exists, but is hard to find, and how it can sometimes save people.
Both manga are about finding new people and meeting new friends in a different environment and finding a first love. What I found similar was the emphasis on all the "firsts" and the outcome versus the expectation. I loved both (enough to give them tens) and I would strongly recommend them.
Both manga are about a high school girl who is going through a rough time (although both situations are different). They both find friendship and a first love. While it's a lot less of the plot with Cat Street, both manga are about finding first love and how it works out versus expectations.
Both manga are about young women who sell their bodies for money for various reasons. They're both considered tragedies, although Deep Love was sadder, in my opinion. There are suicides, pregnancies, and other problems within the stories, but the stories in Delivery almost all have a happy ending.
Both manga are about a heroine who acts or has acted. Unbeknownst to many people, they had a history that affected how they grew up, but they find a group of friends that help guide them and love (surprise, surprise).
Both manga are about a rather good-looking heroine who is going through life without a clear idea of her future. She meets an eccentric group of people who drastically change her life and help guide her to her path (as cheesey as that sounds). Both of the endings are unexpected, especially when you first start reading the story.
Now, the concept of royalty does not exist in Full House, so if you're searching specifically for that, it isn't gonna happen. On the other hand, both manga are about a woman who gets engaged to a renowned, popular, and more-good-looking-than-her man. Their marriages dont start because of love in either of the manhwa, but the main characters begin their relationship despising each other. However, as they are forced to spend more time together, they begin to fall in love (big surprise). Throughout their relationship, there are other guys and women trying to separate them out of jealousy, as well as opposition from the public.
There are those small differences of each manhwa, but as a whole, they have even more similar aspects. In both manhwa, there is an ordinary girl who is betrothed to a prince, but as in most good stories, there are problems, such as jealousy of others, enemies, and choices that each indicidual has to make. There are times when it seems as if the couples have no hope, but it turns around for awhile.
In both manga, there are two girls and two guys as main characters. The two girls seem like they can be friends at first, but it gradually becomes more doubtful. Two guys and a girl have been friends from middle school, and share a past with a complex love triangle. Then, the love triangle involves the girl they meet in high school and it becomes a mess.
Both manga start out with two people, a guy and a girl, who don't get along at first. Both manga can have a somewhat darker side, with trauma, jealousy, and people who object to their relationship. There are friendships formed that might seem impossible before and enemies created.
Both manga are shoujo romance that include before and after their relationship begins. There is a guy who has a history with another girl, but neither of the stories focuses on them for too long. Another big thing is that the guy and girl are living together because of unforeseen circumstances. At first they hate each other, but it doesn't stay that way...
Both manga have a strong heroine that needs someone to rely on every now and then. The heroine has a connection with the guy, who by the way, is another creature, but she cannot remember. She falls in love with him, unsure of his feelings in the beginning, and they slowly begin to uncover the truth about the past and what is going on around them.
Both manga have a heroine that are in love with a serious, smart, and somewhat cynical, but is also caring under it. Although her feelings don't come across at first, they don't give up, continuing to be cheerful.
Same art style and a girl and guy that start with an slave master relationship. The girl, being the slave, falls in love during the whole s and m relationship, and they start dating (well, it's more... Intimate than that). During the relationship, there are people who want them separated for various reasons, most of them using inhumane tactics.
Both manga are about love that starts at a young and innocent age and blossoms throughout the years they are together. Suddenly, the couple has to part, which begins to cause problems for their relationship. There are betrayals, whether they are from friends or their partner, and there are times where secrets are revealed, and there are characters who don't get to live throughout the story...
Both manga have similar feelings, as well as situations. Both of the heroines are baby-faced and a bit childish, but fall in love with a more popular guy and eventually start dating. Throughout the series, there are obstacles from people of their past, their close friends, and even familial or personal health problems.
Both manga give off the same feeling of sorrow, trauma, and loss, as well as a heroine falling for an older guy that she lives with. Although Hana no Namae is set in a more modern time, both manga give off a feeling of historic Japan.
Not only are the manga written by the same author, but there are actually many similarities as well. There is a heroine in each story who is forced to be tough and take care of herself due to her circumstances and unique people she meets that are sometimes hard to differentiate between friend and enemy. Also, even though these two men play different roles, there is a guy who seems like a bad person, but has ulterior of often good intentions.
Both manga are about a girl at a high position in a gang with many loyal people, but doesn't understand why. Out of all these loyal people, there is a guy who is willing to do anything for her. Slowly, very slowly, feelings start to develop, of course, with other people who get in the way.
Both of the heroines are sometimes unfeminine, clueless, or naive. Although they may do well in a certain field, usually, there is one guy who beats her that she has known from her childhood. Of course, the heroine is not fully aware of his feelings for her.
There is the popular handsome guy whom almost every girl adores, and there is the girl who doesn't fit in with the rest. Through many coincidences, they meet and fall in love rather quickly with each other, soon to the point where they cannot be without the other. But there are secrets and people who stand in the way.
Both manga have a heroine and a guy who meet and fall in love, vowing to be together as they grow old. But, nothing can be perfect as there are love triangles for the girl and the guy, as well as unexpected events land some of them in a hospital...
Both manga have a couple who start off friendly, but fall in love shortly because they can understand each other. Also, both can be dark sometimes, with a dark past that proves to be an obstacle in the characters' relationship. Finally, they are similar because the main characters become friends with people who could have been seen as enemies before.
Both stories are about the harsh realities of life. They tell stories about how there are ups in life, but there can be unexpected turns. They emphasize friendship, love, and the pain of loss, but life has to go on.
The time periods and story lines are different, but both of the heroines are from prestigious families that have enormous power, and are expected to become proper women that their family would be proud of. In the story, there are arranged marriages, although the situations are different, but the one she loves may not be the person her entire family approves of.
The story lines are different, but both manga take place in an old-fashioned medieval-esque time period where there are princess and princesses within different kingdoms. In both stories, the heroine are of different social status, with one being poor and one being a princess of a prestigious country. They both meet guys, who happen to be princes, and a love develops, although Shirayuki is more of a slow love.
Both of the heroines are forced to choose a fiancé to get married to by an eccentric grandmother.
Both manga are about girls who are the heiresses to a corporation with a lot of power. In the story, they both have a few (3 and 4) fiancée chosen for them and meets them one by one in unique situations. Even though they have those fiancés, the one she truly wants to be with is the one who protects her.
Both stories have a girl who is forced to go to an all boys boarding school by one of her parents. It is quickly found out by the roommate that she is, in fact, a girl, and as you would think, a romance begins
Both manga have different settings and types of characters, but it's about two people who fall in love, but know that one day, death might come for the guy, so they try to stay by each other, with each other as their reason to live.
Both manga are about falling in love at a young age and experiencing many "firsts." At first, everything may go smoothly, but later on, the guy and girl find that there can be unexpected occurrences and pain in relationships, and not everything might last forever, no matter how much they love each other.
In both manga, there is a relationship between a guy and a girl that starts off well, but has some twists real soon and fast. In both manga, there are love triangles, more for the girl than the guy, where that person affects the relationship throughout the entire story, not just for a few chapters. There is tragedy for sure, although Boku has a bit more humor than Koizora. Their relationship takes a turn when the guy wants to protect the girl from something that could emotionally damage her in the future, resulting in misunderstandings and both people trying to move on, eventually finding other people, but it doesnt end there..,
Both manga are about a high school girl and guy who don't exactly start out completely friendly toward each other, but as friendship develops, a deeper relationship is created. With the heroine, who falls for the guy first and confesses, and a guy who is still unsure of his own feelings because of an old relationship that he has not gotten over yet. Both of these manga can give us a light-hearted feeling that can make us laugh, but also a sadness.
In both manga, the girl first loves one guy, but has this other one close to her that jeopordizes their relationship (both in different ways). After, they start going out, but it doesn't just end there. There are secrets that are created along the way and other people that may just pull them and their hearts apart from each other, or make them realize that their hearts weren't with each other in the first place.
Both manga are cliché shoujo manga where both high school guys are handsome and popular and the girl is mediocre looking, not that smart, and are insecure. The start is rocky, but they fall for each other after awhile, although they're both a bit insecure.
Both manhwa have a couple that don't get along well when they first meet, nor do they for awhile after, but they are bound to each other by a fake relationship, each for different reasons in either manga. Eventually, they start to fall for each other, while dealing with dangers that involve life or death, jealousy, and others who don't approve of their relationship. Also, the main characters act similar, giving the manhwa a more similar feeling.
Both manga are about relationships that start out fake, but the characters start to fall for each other. Eventually, as they get closer, obstacles appear, such as other women or men, so obviously, these manga has the typical love triangle on both the girl and guy's side.
Some people may not agree, but I like these two manga because they can be both funny and serious (although Kare Kano is more serious while School Rumble is funnier) and they don't just focus on the main characters or one love triangle, but multiple characters, such as the main character's friends and their love/issues.
Neither of the manga have the same mood as each other, but the story has a heroine, who is a mangaka, who wants to experience love for the sake of her writing. By chance, she meets a guy, who by the way, is the stereotypical shojou handsome and popular guy, and starts a fake/purely physical (not in THAT way) relationship with him, but they eventually start falling for each other.
The heroine and the guy are in high school and have a big secret they are keeping from everyone else that are similar to each other's, although they are different in both manga. After meeting each other, they begin to bond, understand each other, and discover that they are not alone anymore.
Both stories are about a high school girl and guy who seem to like each other, but are surrounded by misunderstandings, jealousy, and friends who like the same person. In my opinion, Nagatachou Strawberry is a lot better, but if you like one, you'll probably like the other.
In both manhwa, the heroine and the guy both seem to be extreme opposites who argue at every opportunity, but eventually, they realize they fell in love with each other, although their feelings aren't clear to one another at first. Eventually, they realize being together would be tougher than they originally thought because of social status and jealousy.
Both are about vampires and a human girl, obviously, but it doesn't just end there. The heroines of each story are very strong and tend to do things on their own. Both get involved with vampires, and fall in love with one, while another one loves her. In the beginning of each story, the situation may seem a bit complicated, but as the series progresses, more secrets are revealed and more questions are raised. Nothing is as it first seems.
Both manga are romance manga, but are more than just that. They both involve cooking, mostly baking, as a huge asset to the story and two naive and overly-optimistic heroines. As in many shoujo manga, there are two guys that she meets and they take notice of her, but there are some unexpected twists.
Both manga are about a couple that breaks up due to other people, but the heroine finds out that she is pregnant, and tells the father. Both stories go their separate ways from there.
Both manga are about childhood friends, who haven't talked to each other for a long time due to certain reasons, that form a master-slave relationship the next time they meet. Eventually, the relationship develops into a real one, but there are still people who are against their relationship or out for revenge.
The heroine seems to fall for a guy whose heart belongs to someone else. As the story goes on, secrets of the past unfold, and the girl and the guy connect, as well as dealing with love triangles.
Both manga deal with a girl who is in love with a boy that she gets to know, but later, she learns that he can't get over his girlfriend, who happens to have died in an accident. After she confesses, the guy seems to have feelings for her, but is he able to get over his deceased girlfriend?
Both manga have the same style of art because of same manga-ka and it deals with a woman and two brothers who are in love with her. There are obstacles in their relationships, which by the way, are really mature.
The characters have a master-servant relationship, the man being the servant. They fall in love quickly, although their relationship develops slowly, and the guys seem to do anything possible for the woman, although it's more than just obligation.
In each manga, the man and woman have a master-servant relationship, the woman being the master. The two fall in love fairly quickly and their relationship progresses. Just a note, but Chou yo Hana yo is a bit more mature.
Both manga have an engagement without love. They take place in historical Japan, one in the Meiji era and the other during World War II. There are love triangles, as well as obstacles, but the pairings of couples are a bit different.
Both manga involve two brothers who look similar, but are not twins, and a girl. There are first a few confusions as to who is whom, but eventually, the girl falls for one of them and a love triangle is formed.
Both manga involve a girl who is in love with a guy from before who has a brother that looks very similar to him. Apparently, the girl mistook on for another and a love triangle is formed.
Although "Model" involves vampires, both manga are similar in ways. There is one artist and one model who work with each other reluctantly. The male lead is usually calm on the outside, but is hiding one or two secret that the other finds out eventually. Also, there is a love triangle, but the story focuses on more than just that.
Both manga are about a couple that fall in love not knowing the consequences of their relationship. Both of them go through people who want revenge or want something, so they are constantly in danger. Also, many people close to them do not approve of their relationship, thus creating more trouble. Furthermore, there are other characters who try to break them up many times because they are in love with one or the other. Both manga are a bit dark sometimes because of trauma and distrust.
Both are dark manga with star-crossed lovers that try to keep their relationship alive throughout many obstacles. Both the characters deal with people who do not approve of their relationship and people from the past who want revenge. Also, both characters were involved with a traumatic situation for the other one way or another without them knowing (well, one of the two knew in "Kiss in the Blue," but it was unknown to the heroine).
Both manga are about a high member of society and a commoner falling in love and trying to keep their relationship alive through people who oppose their being together, trauma, and people who try to take their lives due to grudges and etc. Both are kind of dark sometimes, but they are great manga
Both manga are about death gods who are on a mission to kill a girl of similar age (physically) but end up falling for her after they meet her, making it difficult for them to carry out their mission.
Both manga have some confusion as to who is whom and the main character mistakes one person for another (Ok, this sounds confusing, but I'm trying to prevent spoilers). The herione is in love with a person who seems to treat her nicely for a moment but when they meet again, he's acts completely differently. Also, the character has to deal with jealousy and competition.
Both manga feature a female who is seemingly perfect in public but are actually lazy, messy, and dress unfashionably at home. Both manga are different, but they have the similarity of dealing with issues about relationships and people's true feelings and their true selves.
The main characters are married in high school while keeping it a secret from others. The heroines are both married to older guys whom they love and go through the obstacles of people who are against their marriage and jealousy.
Both manga involve a teacher and a student who like each other but are insecure because of rivals. Also, it involves keeping secrets and holding back because of their relationship in public. The art is very similar too, because the manga-ka is the same.
Both manga feature a strong, smart, and hard-working female lead with a guy she can't seem to beat, even though he is barely trying. Also, both guys like the girls, but the girls are too oblivious to notice.
Both manga are about teenagers who get pregnant, although 17 Sai No Mama is a series of oneshots about different teens who deal with pregnancies in different ways.
The beginnings of these two manga are different, but they both have two people who fall in love, although both people have trouble trusting each other, creating a difficult relationship. Also, there's the idea of obsessive love, although it's deeper in 100% Perfect Girl. Finally, these manga are similar because there are consequences for the heroine for being with such a well-known and influential man.
Both manga involve high school girls who meet and get involved with multiple guys because of their dads, although in different ways. There are love triangles and friendships formed and the endings are not THAT unexpected.
Although the settings and situations are different, both of the men that the heroine loves has a dark past that prevents them from opening up too much to anyone and affects their relationships, but the heroines help drag them out of it. Kare Kano is a bit humorous at times, unlike Hana no Namae, but both give off a dark mood at parts.
Both manga involve gangs, revenge, and severe love triangles with both the heroine and the guy. Also, the heroines are both in similar situations with memories they have forgotten that left them scarred and came back to haunt them.
Both manga have the typical love triangle between two guys and one girl, but with different twists. The heroine has a difficult time choosing between the guys, although it may sometimes be obvious who she really likes
A high school girl who is friends with neighbors, both who are guys, falls in love and has to choose between them.
Both heroines have social troubles because of their position and are often taken advantage of, but still fond people they can trust.
In these manga, the heroines are included in love triangles, where both men are living close to her at one point or another. Both manga have unexpected twists and are a bit different, but if you liked one of these, you'll probably like the other.
Due to the heroine's high position, there are men who try to get close to them for their own benefit, but the heroine finds that there are still people she can trust.
The story starts out the same, with a man having a woman marry him by paying off her debts and marrying her only to appease someone for business purposes. Neither men love their wives at first but eventually warm up to them. Although there are some differences, like the time periods, I would recommend both manga.
Both anime highlight the fact that in life, not everything works out perfectly, or even at all, in the end. Also, some similar events occur (such as what the synopsis of Koizora warned us about) but Bitter Virgin and Koizora are both extremely deep, emotional, and often sad anime that I enjoyed a lot.
Both are about high school girls who go to extreme lengths to get revenge on a guy whom they were very close to and loved but took advantage of them by defeating them at what they are best at.
I read "Peach Girl" before "Moe Kare!!" and the after the first few chapters of "Moe Kare!!" I thought "Wow. This reminds me a lot of "Peach Girl".
Both manga have high school girls who are trying to become famous. In both manga, the characters encounter many obstacles and encounter unexpected friendship and love, although they are different types.
Although one is a very short series/movie and the other even goes on to two seasons, both anime have a nostalgic feel to it. Also, the endings are quite sad in some ways, but heartwarming.
Both stories have a female lead who are clueless when it comes to love or choosing the right person. Furthermore, both of them are tough, strong and boyish, although kind. I also like both of them because the art of both the manga are very similar.
Although the main ideas are the same, with a girl disguising as a guy and sports and whatnot, these stories are both unique and well-written.
In both stories, the boy and the girl are surprised when they find out they have to live together (although it was more of a financial reason in "Good Morning Call").
Both anime are gentle, sweet, and innocent, unlike certain romance anime that include hentai things.
Both anime involve intense love triangles between two high school boys and a girl. Watashi ni xx Shinasai is a bit more straightforward, while Stardust Wink is a bit more dramatic, both are suspenseful, as well as predictable and cliched in some parts.
Neither of the anime have extremely clear nor definite endings, but are very heartwarming. 5 Centimeters mostly revolves around love and relationships while Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo shows the effects the decisions that are made can affect others.
The art is very similar, as well as the characters' appearances. However, the stories are both similar.
The heroines are very similar, yet different too. In the beginning, Haruna is looking for a boyfriend, whereas Tsubaki made no attempt at all. Besides that, they are both naive and do not know much about relationships, making them "stand out".
Both anime have reverse harem, although neither of them are extremely predictable. Ouran High School Host Club is more comedic, while Hanasakeru Seishounen is more of a drama
Both anime mostly revolve around love and friendship. In each anime, there are a few times where you might think they would get together or their feelings would finally be understood, but they are both filled with misunderstandings and moments where they could've gotten together, but didn't.
A girl has to choose between guys she loves. In Peach Girl, there are two guys. In Hanasakeru Seishounen, there are four.
They both have similar art styles. Also, they're both the types of story where the guy likes the girl but the girl isn't really aware of it.
They both include somewhat simple minded and naive female characters who are both the type to encourage others, persevere, and not give up. They also both do what they can to help others when possible. These mangas are both romance, drama, and shojo with comedy and slice of life from high school to college