Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii, Horimiya Recommendations

Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
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In both anime the story is focused on the dating part of the relationships instead of the chasing part. Both very wholesome and the characters are kinda similar
report Recommended by Miiuco
Both have eccentric couples romance as well as being more focus on sol than on drama.
report Recommended by Crow_Black
Both have a great cast of characters with pretty mature personalities. Their chemistry doesn't let many jokes fall flat. Great sols that are more relatable to viewers that actually go outside (jk).
report Recommended by blurbyglurb
Both have similar type of romantic comedy but instead of a school setting, it's at a workplace. and they're also otakus so you could probably relate to them.
report Recommended by Zaqu
Both shows are great Romance shows with a bigger focus on the actual relationship of the main characters instead of the build up but don't completely neglect the build up.
report Recommended by Storm_Mortal
Romcom Anime. No misunderstanding with heartwarming romance.
report Recommended by sajia_afrin_
-Both have multiple couples -Both are romance animes -There is not much drama in Wotaku but is a slice of life with comedy
report Recommended by Justa_normalweeb
Both of them have a shy love interest and a outgoing MC girl. Both have side couples with a diffrent interesting dynamics. Both are pretty laid-back and dont have that much drama or action. Comedy. MC teaches shy dude to love. Both couples get togheter fairly early.
report Recommended by ulltimate_shutup
wholesome anime
report Recommended by erfael
because it's a couple that no one thought would be together.
report Recommended by min-
Same category basically. Slice of life adorableness. Good to watch to brighten your mood!
report Recommended by mashy_xd
If you're into chill romance/comedy animes two animes are my recommendations.
report Recommended by Ichigos_Disciple
Both are romantic slice of life with comedic moments and relatable characters. They are more focused on the relationship itself than on getting in it.
report Recommended by MermaidTsundere
Both Horimiya and Wotakoi have really epic representations of relationships- though both at different points within someone's life- they aren't overly dramatized and feel really natural! Hilarious in their own lovely and unique ways, I definitely wish I could watch these shows for the first time again.
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