Da Capo

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Myself; Yourself

Myself; Yourself

After having lived elsewhere for several years, Sana returns to the town in which he grew up in, and quickly begins to reacquaint himself to his surroundings and new high school. While there, Sana runs into his four childhood friends: Shuu, Shuri, Aoi, and Nanaka; but for some strange reason Nanaka gives him the cold shoulder. As he goes about his new daily life, can Sana rebuild his friendship with Nanaka while trying to deal with a troubling secret from his past?

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Zaig Zaig says...

In Da Capo, the town has never wilting Sakuras; in Myself; Yourself, the town has never blooming sakuras. If you find romance and drama surrounded by mysterious and magical cherry blossom trees to be an attractive experience, I suggest checking out the other you haven’t yet watched.

Kimikiss Pure Rouge

Kimikiss Pure Rouge

It's spring, and love is in the air! Sanada Kouichi wakes up one morning to find a strange girl barging into his house and making herself at home. Only after his friend, Aihara Kazuki, shows up later does he recognize the girl as their childhood friend Mizusawa Mao, who has been living overseas for the past two years. With her parents still overseas, Mao will be living with Kouichi and attending high school with him and Kazuki. The three of them will rely on each other to overcome their challenges with school, friendship, and of course love!

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Shahidi24 Shahidi24 says...

In Both Da Capo and KimiKiss, one of the main female characters return to Japan from overseas and the main male character is surprised. They get reaquinted with each other and after a few episodes, have their fun. The story gets a lot more dramatic in Da Capo than in KimiKiss but both are enjoyable romantic comedies. I would say kimikiss is a little better in that its not as frustrating and the artwork is slightly better.

H2O ~Footprints in the Sand~

H2O ~Footprints in the Sand~

After a series of unfortunate events, the young Hirose Takuma was rendered blind. In an attempt to reverse his condition Hirose moves in with his uncle in a rural village, and upon his arrival he quickly begins to make new friends. However, Hirose soon discovers that one of his classmates, Hayami Kohinata, is being harshly bullied by her peers for reasons that neither she nor anyone else wants to explain. Even the seemingly honest and gentle Hinata Kagura, who had been doing her best to be friendly and helpful to Hirose since his arrival, acts harshly towards Hayami. Once a mysterious girl bequeaths Hirose with a life-changing gift, he takes it upon himself to help save Kohinata from her loneliness while working to uncover the truth of the situation.

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Bramblestar Bramblestar says...

Though H2O is much darker at the start of the series, Da Capo becomes nearly as complicated. Both contain magical elements in addition to the romance/drama theme.

Okusama wa Joshikousei

Okusama wa Joshikousei

Asami Onohara is a typical seventeen-year-old high school girl – except for the fact that she’s married to her physics teacher, Kyousuke Ichimaru. Since a relationship between a teacher and student is inappropriate, the two must hide their status from the world; in fact, the two have not yet consummated their marriage. As their everyday lives continue, new obstacles to their love present themselves daily. Can the two keep their secret safe, and will Kyousuke ever show his affection for Asami?

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wolfangel87 wolfangel87 says...

In Da Capo and My Wife is a High School Student there is a sense forbidden love going on between the two main characters though of a different sort from one another; in Da Capo it is a love of a brother sister type relationship and the other is between a teacher and his student. The main girl also tries her best to take care of the guy and met all of his needs and expectations.

To Heart 2

To Heart 2

It’s a new year, and a new group of students is moving on to high school. Takaki Kono is a shy young man who has a variety of friends including the perverted Yuuji and overly-emotional childhood friend Konomi. Along with the usual responsibilities of attending classes and studying hard, Takaki finds himself involved in the lives of many young ladies as well. Whether it’s with class representative Komaki, wealthy and combative Yuma, Yuuji’s confident older sister Tamaki or yet another girl, Takaki finds himself always caught up with a new girl and a new challenging or playful experience!

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Zaig Zaig says...

One guy. Two childhood females (infatuated with guy) who are referred to him as his sisters - these are the main heroines. Other females also like guy, but are much less important to the story compared to the first two heroines. Will his childhood friends confess their feelings or keep them hidden? That’s the dramatic part they share so keenly in common, taken directly from the routes in the visual novels. Female androids; those are present too, as characters.