The Kawahira family specializes in dealing with troublesome spirits with the help of inukami, strong dog spirits that take human form. Members of the family are expected to make pacts with strong inukami in order to fulfill their duties, but their family has a black sheep: the perverted Keita, who charges people for his help. His inukami, Youko, is dedicated to make Keita completely hers. Her favorite form of punishment for him when he strays is teleporting him into the city completely naked. He's been arrested for indecent exposure so many times that he's a jailhouse regular, and is considered an outcast by his family and normal society; yet an inukami of the highest caliber chose to be his partner?! Is there really more to him than perverseness?
With war on the horizon, the lives of the students at Tristain Magic Academy are in for a change. As the students train for battle and prepare to join the fight, Louise is determined to protect her childhood friend, now the Queen of Tristain. As her familiar, Saito is sworn to protect Louise and so must ready for battle himself... but with the abundance of pretty girls around, it's a toss-up as to whether Saito should be more worried about enemy attacks or Louise's own jealous rages! Can Saito and "Zero" Louise stand up to the challenge and protect their friends and country?
Like Zero no Tsukaima, Inukami! has similar plot elements of a perverted but kind-hearted young man paired with a beautiful magical girl who wants him to look only at her and punishes him thoroughly when he doesn't. It is an outrageously funny show with the connecting thread of the relationship between these two.
Both anime have a couple as the main characters. The ladies have magical powers that far exceeds the mens' abilities. There is a lot of ecchi and oggling by the men that they get punished for magically by the women. Although they have a lot of bickering and the men are continually looking at other ladies, they really do love each other.
These two series have main male character that is kind of perverted and concentrates of looking for woman, while the main female character tries to make gim concentrate on her. Magic, fighting, evil and lots of fun is what you can find in both of them.
Ikko is a Buddhist monk in training who works at his grandmother’s temple with six nuns -- six very attractive nuns. Though lazy, weak and unmotivated to learn the skills of a monk, amazingly strong holy powers sleep inside of Ikko that are triggered only by the awakening of his, shall we say, lust for worldly delights. A vengeful spirit is haunting your home? A flash of pantsu, and Ikko's your man. But therein lies danger; what really is the secret behind his mysterious powers? And how many hits to the head from angry, semi-naked nuns can a man take?
Even though the plotline is different there are many similarities between the characters of these anime.
The male leads are hopelessly perverted and the girls around them smack them all the time for it. Add some crazy powers to the mix and you've got your similarity.
These two series have more in common than just ecchi or guys being smacked around. In both of these series the male protagonist combats evil spirits with the help of the rest of the female cast. They also share the same perverted nature and have a tendancy to get themselves into trouble. While Amaenaideyo contains a little bit more ecchi than Inukami does, both series are a blast to watch. So if you liked Inukami and want to try and find another series like it, check out Amaenaideyo.
The timid, virginal Kouta is a new student at Kunpo High School; and while others in his situation might be a wallflower forever, Kouta has no such luck – he has attracted the attention of the busty Chizuru, who happens to be a fox deity! However, Kouta’s misfortunes don’t stop there; he’s also pursued by Nozomu, a wolf deity. Between being molested, propositioned, having his face shoved between mammoth breasts or witnessing endless panty shots, Kouta must also attempt to maintain his studies – even though all Chizuru and Nozomu want is to be the one to deflower him first!
Having watched Inukami! all the way through, I can say with confidence that Kanokon has all the elements as Inukami! Both lead females are spirit foxes, and not to mention scene after scene of that ecchi stuff we always look for!
Both Kanokon and Inukami have female girls that are really spirit foxes and both of them have a considerable amount of ecchi, so if you liked one then you'll like the other
While visiting his hometown, junior high school student Michishio Nagasumi's life was changed forever when he nearly drowned. Though he was saved by a mermaid named San, there’s a catch -- her family is part of a merfolk mafia, and they abide by a strict rule: If a mermaid is discovered by a man, either he or the mermaid must die. That is, unless the man marries into the family! Faced with such a decision, Nagasumi can only oblige their customs and become a "happy" newlywed. Now, with a new school year around the corner, Nagasumi must find a way to deal with his new bride, keep her true nature a secret, and most importantly, escape inevitable death at the hands of San's over-protective father’s gang!
Inukami and Seto no Hanayome both share the same gut busting spontaneous comedy with an underlying love story. They share supernatural elements as well as badass protagonists. Mixed in with a cast of loveable characters that just add fuel to the fire, these series go hand in hand!
Both series feature the same brand of over-the-top slapstick humor spiced up with some supernatural elements (mermaids in Seto, dog-spirits in Inukami) and the occasional dose of fanservice. If you liked one, definitely give the other a shot. Do note that Inukami gets a bit more serious during the second half whereas Seto remains completely focused on humor the entire run.
Kaname Okimura wants to learn how to swim, but has been afraid to due to a childhood accident. So how does he approach his fear of water? By joining Umisho's swimming club... but as the manager. Things are easy and slow going for Okimura, until an eccentric family moves into town, literally floating their home to the shore! Okimura watches as the hyper and childish Amuro Ninagawa and her father make their entrance, only to find out that Ninagawa is as agile as a fish in the sea she lives on. Her swimming style may be unorthodox, but she's quickly recruited into Umisho's swimming club, spicing up school life and making things interesting and complicated for Okimura...
Both of these series have a great sense of humor and a similar one at that. Despite the differences in actual character motivation, where Umisho is about swimming and Inukami is about obliterating evil, they find similar ways to be silly and use sexuallity to build the humor factor.
Although i found Inukami! to be three times funnier as well as having a much more elaborate plot, the humor is similar. While i couldnt stop laughing at Keita in Inukami, i couldnt stop smiling at Amuro in Umisho because of her adorable nature.