Rumors tell of a black-haired beauty that roams the land, taking down bandits that would harm the weak and innocent. Named Kan’u, the well-endowed warrior travels the land with her new friend Chouhi and a varied cast of companions, from the kind Koumei to the egotistical Sonshoukou and beyond. Together, the gang takes odd jobs, engage in political struggles and find plenty of new adventures along the way!
On Astraea Hill stand 3 prestigious female-only academies known as St. Miatre, Spica, and LeRim; and though the schools are separate, they share a single campus and dormitory. Nagisa Aoi is a 10th grader who has decided to transfer to St. Miatre's Girls' Academy. Though her transition has been smooth so far, while exploring the campus Aoi inadvertently falls down a hill, sees the beautiful Shimuza, and promptly (not to mention embarrassingly) faints. Nagisa continues to see Shimuza out and about, but soon discovers that she is the "Etoile" -- a well respected girl within all of the schools. With Shizuma taking a liking to the new transfer student Nagisa, secrets of Shizuma's past will unravel over the coming school year.
Even if they have very different stories and themes, both Strawberry Panic and Koihime Musou share one thing in common - shoujo-ai fanservice. If you liked that element in either of these, I recommend giving the other one a go as well.
Very different in terms of story, both Koihime Musou and Strawberry shares one thing in common which is like the most important aspect and that is the shoujo-ai aspect.While Strawberry Panic concentrates on a serious yuri relationship, Koihime Musou uses it more for Fan Service, so nothing serious just romantic comedy.If you like one of them then you might like the other one as well.
Lady Ran is a self-described 'beautiful drifter': a samurai who travels Japan on a whim, always searching for good sake. Together with her good-hearted but somewhat dense sidekick Meow (master of the Iron Cat Fist style), they stumble into situations where they (usually unwillingly) confront bandits, corrupt officials and deceitful cults. But there's one enemy they can never defeat with their amazing sword and martial arts skills: their perpetual poverty!
They both have traveling heroines. Tsukikage Ran has no main story plotline that links any two episodes other than the two main characters that travel together. While koihime Musou has independent episodes as well, the story or perhaps the cast of characters are expanded. Through Guan Yu's travels she meets new people and expands her retinue. They both have comedy though, Koihime has more ecchi and fan service.
In the magical land of Flonyard, animal-eared inhabitants battle each other for resources in harmless war games. One region, Biscotti, has fought valiantly but is on the verge of financial ruin when its princess, Millhiore, makes a decision: she’ll summon a champion who can fight for their honor! Through a magical portal comes Shinku, a once-typical middle school student who’s eager to join the cause. But soon, both Millhiore and Shinku make a terrible discovery: those who are summoned can’t return home! Now, as Shinku continues to train and fight for Biscotti, he and the others must also try to find a way for the boy to someday get back to his loving friends and family.
Half a year has passed since Muneakira and his busty, battle-savvy friends fought valiantly in a fierce battle, and now, Muneakira is returning to Yagyuu Dojo after embarking on a journey to train his skills. But little did the man expect that Yukimura, Jubei and the rest of the gang would have turned the dojo into a maid café! What's more, past foes have been resurrected, and they have their sights set on Jubei. With new girls – and animals – to make contracts with and action at every turn, life at Yagyuu Dojo is more exciting than ever.
Both series prominently feature large chested women in a world based on historic Japan with a lot of creative freedom. Manyuu is the more perversion orietated whole koihime doesn't always try to grab your attention with the assets of the characters, or at least not in the same way.