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Untypical Romances

May 25 2022, 5:44 PM | Updated Nov 18, 6:32 AM
The romance as a genre, in it's typical sense, is a hit or miss for most of us, and this is understandable. Each of us has different outlook on life, our experience has shaped our personalities by particular ways, and the way we comprehend the fragile and gentle feelings of love within ourselves is something very personal.

But then again, some stories, despite not having entirely romantic focus, can portray relationships and can be felt deeply. Shows like these rarely does the the spotlight for this reasons, and are oftenly skipped by people who're usually interested in the romance aspect of things, which is one of the reasons this collection was made.

Some of these works have interesting variety in genres, themes and moods, but in each of them you can find a hint of, if not well explored romance. As well as that, some romances that are breaking the mold of the usual adaptations are included, since they're rarely well explored within the fandom, and deserve our appreciation.

ef: A Tale of Memories.

ef - a tale of memories.

ef: A Tale of Memories.
TV, 2007, 12 eps Me:- Author:10
Ef: A tale of Memories and it's direct sequel A tale of Melodies is pretty experimental approach on the romance genre, relying more on visual and metaphorical cues. By it's setting is being straightforward for it's genre, since it presents us two couples and their path on realizing their true feeling for each other. but the way the whole emotional journey is portrayed, lies the real craft of this show.

The way the visuals blend in with the story and conveys to you the character's subtle wishes and dreams is beautiful in of itself, but the writing of these stories does elevate them even more. They are more about the character's insecurities, problems and for their constant search of finding themselves and their true needs and wishes among their lives, and on the other hand, it's exactly between the relationships that they form along the way that they're trying to mend their significant ones, and by this way helping themselves too.

Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou

His and Her Circumstances

Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou
TV, 1998, 26 eps Me:- Author:7
The setting and the general idea of this show seems plain and basic, but the character's writing and plot development is, to say the least, impressive and unorthodox.

The main couple's chemistry is dynamic, and pretty entertaining, from a rivaling competition , they grew up to be understanding and embracing the other's insecurities and weaknesses, which eventually leads to their fully bloomed love.

The psychological portrayal of their minds, and why and how they've kept their fascades of "perfect students" and "role models" is quite fascinating, for each of them there is a solid reason and they both are part of their personalities. This tangent elevates the show from good, to actually noteworthy and avant-garde in it's design.
Golden Time
TV, 2013, 24 eps Me:- Author:8
Golden time is an interesting romance series, which presents us with a setting, that is not high school, and that by itself, is refreshing. The other interesting
moment is the character's chemistry and interactions, which are ranging from the hillarious, to tragic and simply way too emotional, in a way this was more of a drama than romance show.

There's also this slight supernatural element which enchances and amps the emotional impact of the show, rather than to alter it in a strange direction, which was bold, but rewarding move by the writers.

In a way this is a typical romance, but then again there's the specific and very interesting emotional portrayal of their feelings and thoughts, which made the whole watching experience much more engaging.
TV, 2006, 47 eps Me:- Author:7
Nana as a series is more leaning to the drama of the love relationships, how sweet and innocent they may feel initially and how much they can simply devolve over the time, leaving the people hurt, jaded and broken. It's a story about trying to be independant and emancipated, and attempting to finding your happiness on your own.

It also works as a musical, from the many brilliant punk-rock performance of one of the main characters, who, interestingly enough makes a cameo entry in the above mentioned "Golden Time".

Overally, I think this is one particular show, which has a lot to show and express and the feelings are easliy translated onto the viewer. It's portrayal of romances, and their often happy or sad aftermath is a topic on which it is pretty good at delving in, but in the end, it's better to be hollow and broken, rather than fearful of ever trying to connect to someone.

Byousoku 5 Centimeter

5 Centimeters Per Second

Byousoku 5 Centimeter
Movie, 2007, 3 eps Me:- Author:9
This movie, in it's three chapters, manages to explore the bittersweet love story of the two main characters, and letting us revel in their naive and honest feelings, their mutual anxieties and hesitations, as well as the crushing weight of the cold reality, juxtaposed to their gentle and sincere love.

The strength in this work is the raw and the relatable emotions it presents to us, all explored through the memories of our main characters. Their budding feeling of friendship, which eventually leads to their mutual love, which is later threatened by the circumstances in life, their feelings of uncertainity, of painful longing for each other and their feelings of lingering loneliness is something everyone can relate and empathize with.
TV, 2003, 26 eps Me:- Author:9
Planetes is one very specific show, it does talk about the future and the further possible development of space, as well as the role of the regular people in this endeavour. You could say that this show is a sci-fi by nature, but then again the presented technology seems quite possible to be developed, considering our current development technological rates.

As well as believable technology, the show has one of the most humane and grounded characters shown in anime, for the simple fact that they're adults, who have their jobs in space, but they also have their own families, worries and interpersonal relationships.

The romance between the main couple in this show is very organic and it does feel grounded, there are nothing overdramatic and flashy, it just shows us the steady progression from their friendship to appreciation, and later on to affection, which can be relatable and touching to the younger, as well as to the more adult watchers.

Versailles no Bara

The Rose of Versailles

Versailles no Bara
TV, 1979, 40 eps Me:- Author:9
The Rose of Versailles is a historical show with heavy emphasis of the emotional state of the main cast, and more importantly Oscar. She is one very interesting character, being both stoic and chivlalrous, but in the same time, slowly but steadily realizing her true feelings about love, affection and romance. Oscar's duality between her ideals and understandings, connected to being gallant, strict and figure of military prowess makes stark contrast within her budding romantic feelings, and her ineptitude and fears to express them.

The tender romantic moments in these series bleakly contrasts to the rage, anger, and the clear injustice that provokes the beginning of the French revolution, but the brief glimpses of these romances makes them even more tragic and emotionally intense.
Ookami to Koushinryou
TV, 2008, 13 eps Me:- Author:9
Spice and Wolf is a show which doesn't have one specific theme it likes to gravitate, bur rather, it manages to portray a medieval fantasy world, straying away from the classical, formulaic cliches but rather presenting us a place with it's own, familiar, yet so far away rules. It does juxtaposes the tradition and the old values, opposed to the new ideas, the everyday mechanical mordernisation and the stale, but well-rooted tradition.

It's a show that also could be branded as romance, but it does feels as much more than this. The characters, upon their travels as a peddling salesmen does manages to see and interact with a lot of other people, by this way challenging and molding their worldviews. While doing so, they do understand more for their own nature, as well as the character of their partner, which is the driving force of their relationship.

Koe no Katachi

A Silent Voice

Koe no Katachi
Movie, 2016, 1 ep Me:- Author:9
A Silent voice, first and foremost, is a poignant story about the human trauma and the scars from life that we are trying to keep in within ourselves, no matter the mental toll. It's a story about the difficulty of accepting the differences of others, the pain we cause onto them by our nonchalance and ignorance, and the regrets we are full of once we realized how deep we hurt them.

The relationship that we as a watchers follow, is one struggling between the regrets of the past and the hopes for the future. We see the ways in which these two people are trying to support each other, despite the personal problems and regrets they had piled over in their lives.

But most importantly, it is a story about self-acceptance, self-reflection and finding a way to proceed forward in your life, no matter how traumatic the past was. You can try to battle it alone, but with another person beside you, one who understands and tries to mend your pain, and one who is willing to share your burdens and worries beside you, you're sure to go further than that.
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
TV, 2018, 13 eps Me:- Author:9
Bloom into you, is a series, dedicated to the romance genre, with classical themes, explored in a new and refreshing way. That way this show manages to explore the sporadic, bursting feelings of affection, the constant waves of anticipation and the lurking hesitation for being honest with their emotions.

As well as being a heartwarming story about love, the show never hesitates to look in depth within it's cast, exposing their weaknesses and shortcomings, as well as their needs and desires. In a way the show is a character study, which is a romance as well.

I do believe this show, in a very tactful and emotionally intense way does manage to express the heartfelt initial flutters of love, as well as to add up the more grounded problems and complications that arises from the fact, that you're willing to expose your weaker side towards other, in hopes that you would be understood and appreciated.
Fate/stay night
TV, 2006, 24 eps Me:- Author:8
The Fate franchise is well known and had established itself as hallmark for it's well-crafted characters and interesting plot over the years, but this first and more humble show has a lot of romance elements in it. Of course, the central theme of the show is the Grail War and the various magi and their summoned heroic spirits, fighting to prevail, but considering our main character, Shiro, doesn't really wants to understand and be part of the War, does things his way.

This eventually clashes with the stoic and determined to win Saber, and the fact that Shiro initially sees her just an elegant but vulnerable girl, while she fails to see him as a dependable and competent Master. In due time they do come to realize their motivations and goals, and their initial distrust was steadily being converted into mutual respect, appreciation and later on, love. I do believe there are a lot of aspects in which the show could've been improved, but I do think the romantic feelings and the way they were handled felt genuine and heartfelt.

Kotonoha no Niwa

The Garden of Words

Kotonoha no Niwa
Movie, 2013, 1 ep Me:- Author:8
The Garden of Words is a movie, which takes it's romantic approach in a deliberately slow and contemplative way. In it's core it's a story about two people, who does feel something is amiss from their lives, and tries to search for it. In the same way, they do try to brush off their worries and insecurities about the future, and they managed to establish a connection between them, a bond of mutual understanding, tender concerns for one another and eventually, affection.

The gentle pace in which the movie progresses gives us a lot of breathing time to just look upon their budding relation, on the backdrop of the magnificent garden they meet up at. The sway of the trees, the delicate way that the bushes envelops the whole park and gives it the vibrant verdant hues, the tranquil and soothing ripples of the pond, when a single leaf falls down into it - in a way the beautiful depiction of nature, filled with calmness and serenity, does gives us another layer of depth in which we can appreciate the tender romance between the couple.

Tenkuu no Escaflowne

The Vision of Escaflowne

Tenkuu no Escaflowne
TV, 1996, 26 eps Me:- Author:7
Escaflowne is more of a fantasy adventure, sprinkled with mechs, which is a peculiar blend on it's own. In the same time, the show spends a decent amount of screen time depicting the romantic flutters between the main heroine and the mysterious swordsman from this unknown world.

It is a show that likes to play around it's balance over the themes of love and affection, and on wars and destruction, of the cast's desire to prevail and survive in this harsh world, but attempting to resist the urge of bloodlust and ultimate corruption of the soul, being constantly urged by the monolithic knightly mecha that our main pilot drives.

Among all these conflicting ideas, the topics of love and it's significance, as well as the desire to preserve what's dear to you at all costs are evident, giving this show a tad more tender and wholesome appeal as well.
Angel Beats!
TV, 2010, 13 eps Me:- Author:7
Angel Beats is a show that does like to confuse it's viewers. It presents us with a chaotic school setting, which in a way seems nothing like a school in the same way. The show likes to pretend it's a quirky school comedy, until it stops being and show us it's true nature, which is important to be learned in the process of watching.

The romance and the show's romantic beats often happens after much of the important revelations are being shown to you, but in a majority of it's stories the theme of love and how it may shape us into someone better is evident.

Maoyuu Maou Yuusha

Maoyu ~ Archenemy & Hero

Maoyuu Maou Yuusha
TV, 2013, 12 eps Me:- Author:7
The trope of the lone hero, defeating the villain, is such a popular fabula, that we had stopped asking ourselves "But what if things are different?". This show decides to do exactly that, and it shows us the untypical idea of our classical hero, falling in love with the demon lord, upon the realization that while the humankind had been struggling with the demon realms for the past decades, the kingdoms of men had prospered and flourished, and her pacifistic actions were the fruit of that.

As a show, this one feels very close to the idea of "Spice and Wolf" , but then again it's different. The idea of a show like this is quite niche, juxtaposing their romantic relationships to more and more fantasy tropes, proving them quite outdated and irrelevant. The show certainly tries to show that love can spring even from the complete opposites, as long as one is open-minded enough to understand the viewpoint of the other person in front of them.
TV, 2004, 12 eps Me:- Author:7
Genshiken as an anime explores a group of people who would perfectly cover the word "otaku" in the japanese sensibility of it. In it's very grounded and relatable tone, it tells the story of one such group of people, and the things that unite and divide them, but in the same time, how they do deal with their own lives and with their real life problems.

A theme that is thoroughly explored here, is how an outsider, not interested in any of their activities learns to understand the reasons why they are interested in the anime/gaming in the first place, and the way this does reflects on their understanding of the real life.

The romantic tensions stems from the fact that the beforementioned "outsider" is a girl who had fallen in love with a guy, who doesn't look as a stereotypical otaku, but in the same way he mentally is. In a way this is an interesting plotline, but also, the whole show feels like an unbiased and grounded peek into the otaku mindset. The romance elements in the show does goes further on, when other members find out they've start liking some of the other members of the so called, "Otaku club" of theirs, and the fact that the writing doesn't treat their cast as they're in a rom-com, but rather, carefully explores and explains their hesitations and their worries in a relatable manner is something that not a lot of shows dares to do.

Tsubasa Chronicle


Tsubasa Chronicle
TV, 2005, 26 eps Me:- Author:6
Tsubasa Chronicles, is a melting pot of a show and concepts. In a way, it presents us a a majority of characters from the CLAMP universe, with a slight twist and as in an alternative timeline, in which they all are somehow connected. We're presented in the beginning with a sweet and gentle romance between the main cast, which is worth being mentioned that they bear the same personalities as they had in Card Captor Sakura, which makes the whole watching experience so much better, if you do know them from this show. A conflict arises, in which they do get separated from one another, and the protagonist needs to trace Sakura's memories in a different timelines and dimensions, all with their peculiarities and quirks, which does presents us a lot of space for emotionally intense moments.

While the show, as it presents us the constant travels between dimensions, feels like an adventures, each of the separate worlds feels like a whole different setting, sometimes it's a slice of life, sometimes it's post-apocalyptic survival, sometimes it's high-octane action, or a gripping drama. But what binds these separate fragments of adventures into one experience is the romantic and selfless drive of the main couple to be reunited together, no matter the costs they had to pay and the scars they'll have to bear.
TV, 2006, 13 eps Me:- Author:6
The concept that the polar opposites might attract each other and form an unbreakable bond between them is stylishly explored in Masaaki Yuasa's Kemonozume. It's a love story between a demon and an exorcist, sprinkled with the chaotic artistic views of Yuasa, which can be a hit or miss for the watchers.

The romance in this one is heavily implied, but it's exact place within the story is juggled upon constantly, between the themes of the corruption of the humanity, by it's negative and self-harming ways of existing, and the demon's viewpoint, in which their brutal ways of survival is explained as a simple urge of their kind. The duality of the two species and their senseless struggle is explored, leaving us with the thought, are they two species actually too different from each other, and is the difference only visual ?

Net-juu no Susume

Recovery of an MMO Junkie

Net-juu no Susume
TV, 2017, 10 eps Me:- Author:7
The story of this short romance series is simple, our main heroine experiences a breaking point in her life, in which she decides to shut herself in, and attempt to cope with her worries as she detaches herself from the issues she has as she deep-dives in the world of a MMORPG. The theme of escapism through consumption of media in this case is quite relevant, since she does her niche of friends in a guild of their own.

The spark in the romance is quietly lit from her interactions with a player from the guild she's in, and she seems to think that she knows them from somewhere else, which heightens the intrigue even more.

The show doesn't really delve on the negativity that our protagonist has to suffer throughout, but quite contrary, presents us this genuine and innocent feeling of affection and anxious anticipation, as well as their sweet longings for each other.

Net-juu no Susume is a lighthearted tale, filled with a lot of sweetness and adorable mishaps, and while it's being a romance in a classical sense, the way their relationships in the guild and virtual world goes does put an interesting twist of it all.
TV, 2008, 12 eps Me:- Author:5
Kurozuka is quite the stylish and gory fest, blending the mysticism of feudal Japan with a dystopian cyberpunk, while presenting us one couple in their centuries long journeys of finding themselves.

In of itself, this is one untypical show, which does likes to spin it's tale with a dash of mystery, and fickleness, but in the same way, the driving force of the plot is our main protagonist, looking for his love beyond the time, and seeking answers from her why they got apart in the first place.

While I don't think this show is strictly a romance at it's core, as a genre, I do believe it's interesting ways on which it tells it's story does makes it an entertaining watch.

Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora

Looking Up At The Half-Moon

Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora
TV, 2006, 6 eps Me:- Author:8
This short show tells the story of a young couple that had met each other in the hospital, and in a period of time that is very important for them both. On a surface level, this is just a tale about how boy meets a girl and his life changes over, but the series has much more to say about their relationship, and how we all carry in ourselves our hopes and fears in our hearts, pretending to now show that to the others.

The dynamic of our main couple is very sweet, and endearing, they both are trying to share everything that's within them with the other, hoping that they'll be understood.

In the same way, the story does not forget to address the frailty and the pain one bears from losing something important in your life, and the scars one has to bear while living their own life, and how this affects their personality and perceptions.

So within this mixture of naive and sincere hope and love, mixed within the pain of loss, makes up for one beautiful but bittersweet story to follow, with it's ups and downs, as well as with alot of topics that can make us reflect of our life goals and choices that we've made in the span of our lives.
TV, 2002, 26 eps Me:- Author:8
In itself, Chobits is a story that has a lot of things going within it's runtime - it's a romance, with comedy elements, which also has a lot of interpersonal drama, exploring the feelings of loneliness and the need of understanding of oneself. As well as that, this is a show that serves as in insightful social commentary of how we, as humans, look on the relationships and what they mean for us, as well as can love be purely platonic, or not.

There's also the moral dilemma of whether humanity needs to depend that much on the technological improvement, and can they replace the need of humans within our relationships, and could we, in the possible future, be obsolete ?

There are a lot of lighthearted moments, balanced within with grounded and relatable interpersonal drama, which makes this show one very interesting watch, no matter of what genre exactly are you looking for.


Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade

Movie, 2000, 1 ep Me:- Author:8
The bleakness and coldness that this movie exudes is hardly a place in which one looks for romantic feelings, but rather, it manages to portray a connection, that is frail and wavering, but it is full of emotion nonetheless.

The relationship of the main character with his love interest is one of a victim, and his prey, but also one that is deeply rooted in their desire to mend themselves, and seek shelter within their company from the rough reality.

NHK ni Youkoso!

Welcome to the N.H.K.

NHK ni Youkoso!
TV, 2006, 24 eps Me:- Author:9
NHK is a story about one person's internal struggles with his anxieties, his pessimism and his self-deprecating mental state. But then again, a girl appears in his life, who tries her best to bring out his better sides of him, bit by bit.

While the work is never solely considered a romance, I do believe the attachment and friendship that our main protagonists share and it's eventual evolution of longing and love for each other, is one very important part of the series as a whole. While their relationship misses the flamboyant romantism and the more widespread notions of it, one can certainly say that their mutual understanding and desire to help and care for each other is a certain basis of every healthy and fruitful relationship.

Saishuu Heiki Kanojo

She, The Ultimate Weapon

Saishuu Heiki Kanojo
TV, 2002, 13 eps Me:- Author:6
This show presents us a simple love story, but one that is shaken by the horrors of war, traced from the perspective of this couple. They both feel lonely, vulnerable and fickle amidst the tragedies and chaos, but the girl is being tasked of becoming a test subject for a weapon of mass destruction, and despite her fears and anxieties, she decides to be useful to the others by accepting this role.

This slow burner of a tragedy explores the girl's traumas of being made into a cybernetic weapon, and the boy's despair and helplessness, being unable to do nothing else but to live his life as ordinarily as possible, watching how his significant other is daily fighting for it's life against the insurmountable odds, taking the pain and misery all within herself, and selflessly trying her best. But despite everything, in her heart in mind she's nothing more than the overly shy and cautious girl from before, and that juxtaposition feels painful to be followed, both by the viewers as well as from her lover.
Koi Kaze
TV, 2004, 13 eps Me:- Author:5
Koi Kaze is, a controversial series, for the fact that it depicts an incestuous relationship which is a taboo, but , instead of downplaying it as a slapstick mannerism, it does a realistic portrayal of such relations, and the outcome for both of them in their lives.

Both characters and their anxieties and budding feelings are skillfully interpreted , presenting us their pure, and yet very flawed relationship, one of hesitations, regrets, and repressions. The fact that the show portrays how their genuine feelings radically destroys their social surroundings and friendships, slowly replacing them with scornful and disapproving stares, which leads to the cast's griefs and sorrow, is a powerful topic, one which is certainly risque, but in the same way, is important to be properly and realistically explored.
Cardcaptor Sakura
TV, 1998, 70 eps Me:- Author:7
Cardcaptor Sakura is a classical magical girl show, with rather typical cast, but rather unique character development along it's runtime.

While our main heroine does use her magical powers to defeat the supernatural entities, the idea is more of, subduing and eventually learning to cooperate and use her own powers alongside them, which is an interesting take. As well as that, while the art and overall narrative themes gravitates around the shoujo genre, the story touches on the themes of losing a significant one, coping with the negativity within our lives, as well as a subtle commentary of one's sexual identity and exploring the romantic side of the relationships.

While starting slowly, the budding romance between our heroine and her rival, who later becomes important person in her life, as well as her love. The exploration in their relationship, and the slow shift from their self realizations, their hesitations and confusion, upon figuring out how much the other one matters for them, presents their romantic relationships in a very sweet and heartwarming manner, despite not being the center of the show's plot.

Noein: Mou Hitori no Kimi e

Noein: to your other self

Noein: Mou Hitori no Kimi e
TV, 2005, 24 eps Me:- Author:8
This story is a time traveling one, which revolves around a group of friends, and their bonds, stretched within time, matter and separate planes of existence. It is a story about friendships, of the pure and naive sense, and how in dire and grave situations their relations either strengthen or deteriorate.

Along them, we can see the link of affection and love, a feeling which was evident in both the present, and the much grim and brutal future. At the beginning the grim and forlorn invaders from the future seem threatening, but once you understand their story and motives, one can see why their personalities were twisted by the events of the future. In the same way, the feelings of love and longing in one of the time travelers gets deranged, but in a way remain genuine, which does make it an interesting point in this story.
Romeo x Juliet
TV, 2007, 24 eps Me:- Author:7
While this fantastical take of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" does contain within itself the classical romantic story, well known throughout the ages, it has it's own particular flavour by itself.

The theme of the impossible love, due to the way the circumstances of the world, is one theme, known to us from the dawn of our species, but despite that it always carry within itself a lot of drama and suffering. This show is not straying from that, but in the same way it manages to inject within it's story much more than this topic alone. At the same way, the fresh and reimagined fantasy world where the setting takes place is a pleasing retreat from the historical setting of the original story. As well as that, the main couple does have an interesting dynamic within itself, they both are presented as warriors that have something that they want to defend, as well as being dear and pure-hearted lovers.

Kidou Senshi Gundam: Dai 08 MS Shoutai

Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team

Kidou Senshi Gundam: Dai 08 MS Shoutai
OVA, 1996, 12 eps Me:- Author:9
While the Gundam franchise's main topics usually revolves around the human drama amidst the fields of the future warfares, in this standalone story one of the main focuses is the connection between two soldiers from the opposing factions, how their mutual respect for each other grew into affection, and which ended up as love. The scarce moments that the two share with each other are like a breath of fresh air amidst the bloody conflicts, and their understanding strictly contrasts with the bitterness and grief that the two factions deliver on their opponents.

While not being the main focus of this show, the romantic tensions are the ones that enrichens the show's thematic focus, of presenting the humanity within both sides of the conflict.
TV, 2010, 12 eps Me:- Author:8
Katanagatari is a tale about a journey, in which the cast we follows has to face various adversaries, and prevail from them. While they are revolving around the retrieval of weapons, quite oftenly the brute force wasn't the best method to do so. And in the same way, while the main characters seems simple and linear, the heroine beside him does helps for the team's flexibility, as well as to realize the fact that there are as much as different worldviews as much as there are different people in this world, which is a simple, and yet important lesson.

Over the course of the show the feelings between them start to grow and expand upon, reaching to their conclusion, which does solidifies the ending of the series as a whole, which makes them integral to the plot.
Video Girl Ai
OVA, 1992, 6 eps Me:- Author:8
Nodame Cantabile
TV, 2007, 23 eps Me:- Author:7

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