Haruto Hojo is the son of a priest, which might sound normal. However, his school is the ground zero gathering point for everything ghost, spirit, and likewise, thanks to the obsessed (and also a ghost) headmaster of the school! In order to make sure everything runs normally, Hojo (who just wants to live a normal life), along with Mutsuki (prodigal Japanese priestess), and Kazumi (a frequently possessed monk), complete tasks that only seem to make the school more strange and hectic!
Demons and monsters roam the halls of Domori Elementary, causing mayhem, mischief, and trouble for the students. To their rescue comes Nueno Meisuke, also known as Hell Teacher Nube! When he was a child he sealed a demon in his left hand, giving him the extraordinary powers to defeat evil where it lies. Armed with his spirit-slaying abilities, Nube will protect his precious students at all costs! But more importantly, can he ever manage to get a date with the lovely Ritsuko-sensei?
Haunted Junction and Hell Teacher Nube both follow a group of misfit teachers and students in a haunted school, as they battle the ghosts and goblins that await them. Each is very hilarious and wacky, and is a great watch. If you liked one, you'd love the other.
Shou, Ako and Reiko are three friends who live in a spooky town filled with ghost stories and haunted places, such as the abandoned Kaidan Restaurant. From an encounter with a bullied classmate at school who’s acting strangely like a cat to vacationing in the countryside near a forest where a boy once drowned, the trio often find themselves in the middle of supernatural tales of terror. Whether they’re telling frightful legends or inadvertently interacting with the dead, Shou, Ako and Reiko will experience the scary side of life with curiosity and camaraderie.
These two are about unlucky students who manage to keep running into supernatural trouble! HJ is way more "grown-up" than Kaiden Restaurant, but they both deal with death and the beyond in a light-hearted, episodic way.
Ayaka Kisaragi is the best at her profession -- hunting down vampires, spooks, and evil spirits who haunt the citizens of Tokyo! Ghostbusters, beware! The crew of the Phantom Quest Corporation is on the job. From vampires to the undead, there's nothing her hip and paranormal team can't handle... EXCEPT their debt, of course!
Lapis is the pudding-loving princess of Sorcerland, as well as the wielder of the Magic Eraser's extraordinary power, allowing her to erase anything she desires at will! Given her unique and inappropriate uses of the eraser, her royal parents decide to teach her a lesson, magically sending her to the faraway Silver Lake to ponder her past misdeeds. But the road home is long and full of unexpected surprises such as a blessed pudding forest, the Health Brother Trio, and Topaz, the great witch of the west and collector of little girls, who wants Lapis for her own personal prize!
On a day like any other day, Cacao (a chocolate-loving student of magic) awoke to find himself next to a mysterious girl ... made of wood?! Named Hinano, the green-haired beauty wasted no time in professing her very one-sided love to Cacao, much to his dismay. Now, in this colorful world of magic and technology, Hinano must do everything in her power to to win Cacao's love, even when hindered by a variety of obstacles including martial arts twins, bizarre teachers, and suitors after her own heart!
Both deal with protagonists who just want a "normal" life, but seem unable to achieve that! What especially struck me was the similar art style and wacky shenanigans of the characters. If you liked one, the other is worth checking out!