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!
When Makoto saw Kotonoha on the train one day, he fell in love at first sight. Luckily, his classmate Sekai’s nosy personality ensures him an introduction to his crush, and soon the two begin to date. However, Kotonoha isn’t the only one with eyes for Makoto - a fact that any horny teenager would be delighted with. With endless temptations, lies and heartbreak at every turn, Makoto and Kotonoha’s relationship will soon be put to the ultimate test...
KPR and School Days are very similar I say, It's like same places, stories... and it's almost the same scene each episode only KPR is not for adult... School days is more dark or for adult, specially in the end. For me, KPR is almost the light version of School days. So, check it out. If you like School days you'll like Kimikiss Pure Rouge for sure (or vice versa).
Ryuuji Takasu has an eventful life: his classmates think he's a delinquent due to his 'killer' eyes; his crush Minori seems ever out of reach; and he’s just had an unfortunate encounter with 'palm-sized Taiga' – a feisty and dainty wench in his class. With different cleaning habits and tempers, the two clash like night and day; that is, except for the fact that Taiga and Ryuuji have crushes on the other's good friend! With school rumors abounding, the duo must now work together to play matchmaker for each other. Who will end up with their true love?
If one can set aside the superficial differences between Toradora! and Kimikiss, one may just find that the two have more in common than one may think.
Toradora has a small cast and examines the relations presented thoroughly. Kimikiss has a larger cast, but also deals with more personalities. Both present a situation of reciprocated longing with denial separating two friends.