If you liked the Boku wa Imouto ni Koi wo Suru anime, the Anime-Planet community thinks you'd like:
Yuzuru Hagino isn't just a girl - she's a slave. Her "master" is Kai Renge, a sadistic womanizer who enjoys playing with his "honeys" - students who have their expenses paid in full at Houjou Academy in exchange for helping their masters graduate - and then throwing them away. All Yuzuru wants is to excel at her studies, but she must also fend off Kai's wandering hands and dodge his onslaught of degrading insults at the same time. With master/honey basketball games and competitor masters out to steal her away, Yuzuru will do whatever it takes to impress her master and graduate the Academy.
The main similarity is that both series have relationships that you wouldn't expect to work. You will find that in both anime there is someone in the relationship that is jealous and somewhat controlling. Oh, and the way the characters are designed is really similar too.
The male figures in each Honey x honey Drops and Boky wa Imouto ni Koi wo Suru are controlling. The theme of forbidden love is in each anime series while the characters overcome that in very unique ways.
After losing their parents, twins Haruka and Sora travel to the countryside to start a new life. The two soon meet new friends in the shrine maiden Akira, wealthy Kazuha and well-endowed Nao, amongst others. As the days go by, Haruka learns more and more about the new ladies in his life, all the while being a patient confidante and good friend, leading him into their hearts, as well as their loins. Meanwhile, Sora can't help but have a recurring memory of her brother kissing her as a child…
Same theme of incest and it has the same adultery theme to it, too. That being said, they are two different anime, but if you're in the mood for some sibling love, both should satisfy.
Both animes both have a brother-sister love within them. Both animes have beautiful romances that flourishes over the series. While Boku we Imouto is mainly focused on their love, Yosuga no Sora has many different girls split up into arcs (2-4 episodes per girl); which, one is his sister.
Once upon a time, two brothers passed the happy days of their childhood by studying alchemy, which is governed by the equal transfer principle: an eye for an eye -- you can't get more than you give. But these brothers tried to defy that law, and a horrific accident resulted. Now, the older brother, Edward, is called the Full Metal Alchemist because of his metal limbs, and the younger, Alphonse, is a soul without a body, trapped within the confines of an automaton. Together they search for the power to restore themselves, to find the lives they lost so long ago...
These stories don't have much in common at the first sight, but if you look closely, you'll see it. Both series are primarily focused on the strong bond between siblings. And also in both series the siblings committed taboo. You can see complicated but different relationships and specific problems main characters try to solve. Both stories are deeply touching and make you think of something you perhaps have never thought of.
As a member of a musical duo on the verge of making it into show business, Shindou Shuichi has a lot on his mind -- especially since he writes the songs for his Bad Luck band. His life gets no less hectic when he bumps into Yuki Eiri, a successful yet cynical author extraordinaire, who immediately insults Shuichi’s lyrics upon reading them. Seeking him out to demand an apology, Shuichi nevertheless sees other facets of Eiri’s personality. Can he accept the fact that he might be developing feelings for the novelist who discredited his work on their first meeting?
I know these anime probably dont look like they fit together all that well, but i was watching them before and i couldn't help but notice how they felt simila. It was probably something about the art style that made it feel like that as a part but i do reccommend watching one if you enjoyed the other.
Hibiki is unemployed, unmotivated, and out of luck. But it seems his luck just might change: a nearby school is looking for qualified instructors, but there's a catch.. females only! With rent looming around the corner and the landlord threatening to cook the dog if you don't pay up, what's a guy to do? Become a woman, of course. Watch Hibiki as he blunders his way through embarassing situations, under the close scrutiny of the headmaster's gaze and his female students' admiration.
Both series deal with a type of "forbidden love". I My Me! Strawberry Eggs deals with a young girl in love with her female teacher, and Boku wa Imoutu ni Koi wo Suru concerns a romantic love between a brother and sister. Both the young girl in love with her female teacher and the brother in love with his sister struggle with and try to deny these feelings that they think they should not have. I My Me! Strawberry Eggs has a more comedic aspect to it with some drama added, while Boku wa Imoutu ni Koi wo Suru is dramatic from beginning to end. If you liked one, you should give the other a try.