Toradora!, Kaichou wa Maid-sama! Recommendations
A good guy and a strong tsundere-girl. Now they are argueing but this will surely lead to love!
Both have a comedic and romantic plots.
The protagonists are both strong and they are having hard time to realize that they are in-love in both boys. Also Usui and Ryuuji are both good in cooking.
Both girls in each series are tough. Also there are love/hate relationships. Both have comedy, romance, & school life story lines (^^)
They're both romantic comedies, though there is more romance in Toradora!. They're both great animes and definitely good watches
Toradora! is a great watch if you enjoyed Kaichou wa Maid-sama! The two of them are both great romances with great comedy and drama to keep you enticed. While Kaichou wa Maid-sama! was more episodic in nature, Toradora! follows a straight plotline, it manages to keep you on the edge of your seat with drama, and also makes you laugh your heart out in comedy, all while wrapping up each episode nicely as to not leave unnecessary cliffhangers. The main girl characters are also similar in nature, being hostile at first, then becoming friendlier as time progresses. If you enjoyed Kaichou wa Maid-sama! then you'll
I really loved Maid-sama and Toradora! equally. They have the same kind of story and atmosphere but the characters are a bit different.
Both animes makes you smile and are about love. Both are very funny too, if you liked Maid-sama you will like Toradora! (This is my first recomendation so eh.. XD maybe not the best)
- Each of these series mix great comedy and romance together while following a tsundere lead.
- Both Taiga and Misaki fell in-love with the guy they once hated, their love stories are full of surprises, that's why it's very fun to watch.
- The females are both a bit hotheaded and competitive, while the males are calm and collected.
- Each show has an absolutely hilarious cast that suppliment the main characters very well.
Any show can make you laugh, but the real beauty of Toradora and Maid-sama lies within romantic aspect. One minute you'll be laughing like crazy, and the next you'll find
Both of these are funny and cleverly told story’s about awkward romances, I personally enjoyed both of them and they both give me similar vibes.
maid sama is a bit like toradora, both are romances with a bit of comedy and a female lead with anger issues ( who i guess you could call tsunderes ) who falls for a guy they hated at the start but that's about it in terms of similarities since toradora is way better than maid sama in every way, don't let me stop you from watching it tho