Michiko to Hatchin, Lupin the Third: Mine Fujiko to Iu Onna Recommendations
both have strong female leads
"ecchi" without being too overly sexualized
Yet an another female lead in Yamamoto's next "girl's power" artistic statement.
Both shows are centered around outlaws. Both have heavily prominent element of criminal underworld. Both shows use drama and comedy. Visual style is very similar, with use of vibrant colours, character design seems heavily influenced by design of 70´s era as well as rest of the designs.
Both series feature extremely complex and sex-positive female protagonists. That is not to say they fit some generic 'strong and sexy' role; but that they are written as flawed individuals despite their determination, physical strength, and confidence. A realistic and laudable attempt at deconstructing of the femme fatale trope.
Both shows are actually really violent in content, but the violence is underplayed. There is no excess gore or unnecessarily stretched out death scenes despite there being plenty of both just outside of the camera.