Keitaro Urashima is somewhat of a failure. In order to fulfill a promise he made to a girl fifteen years ago, he has tried time and again to get into Tokyo U but has never managed to pass the exam. However, fate smiles upon him and he ends up working for his aunt, managing an all-girls dorm! Living with the feral Kaolla, the timid Shinobu, the sake-loving Mitsune, the blade mistress Motoko and the punch-happy Naru, can Keitaro keep his focus and keep his promise? And will he ever end up meeting that girl from his past?
Aoi Sakuraba, heir to the Sakura department store, has only one thing on her mind-- her beloved. Betrothed from a very young age, she has been in love with him, Kaoru Hanabishi, ever since. After Kaoru left his family, their bethrothal was nullified. Aoi sets out to find him. Will they be able to stand against the barriers that will try to keep them apart?
Love Hina and Ai Yori Aoshi both deal with a main male character trying to develop a relationship with one of the female characters - with the remainder of the cast getting in the way. In both cases you get the feeling that the main male character is down on his luck in some way, and has to strive hard to progress in his life as he wants to.
Ai Yori Aoshi has less slapstick violence than Love Hina but if you like one of them, you should like the other as well.
Both Ai Yori Aoshi and Love Hina depict the life of a (lucky) young male student who has to live in a large house full of females ranging from young teenagers to older women in their 30's. There is plenty of humour and romance in both, as well as solid character development for each individual character, so each one feels special. You'll be able to relate certain characters from Love Hina to Ai Yori Aoshi and vice versa. There is plenty of humour, romance, fan-service, and fun to go around in these two anime.
Both "Love Hina" and "Ai Yori Aoshi" are the same in the fact that they revolve around a man who has a single love interest, while all of the other girls have a love interest in him.
The difference lies mostly in the nature of the relation between the male lead and the main love interest.
Both AYA and Love Hina are about one guy who is surrounded by many girls. This is not to say, however, that both anime lack a good story. Both have some funny scenes, AYA is somehow more serious though. They are very nice love stories, if you ask me.
Both are "classic harem" anime series, that means one guy and lots of girls/females. Usualy prime character (usualy prime character is the guy) get in all sorts of weird sitsuations and the tric is how he survives after that.
Dormitory living, 1 guy, numerous girls. Both have the perfect recipe for a good romantic/comedy. With plenty of characters to flush out, there are plenty of possibilities! Sometimes, even though you live so close to the person, it can feel miles apart.
Both anime have a similar feel to it. Ai yori Aoshi is made in a more serious manner,while Love Hina has more comedy in it.
They both have one male with many females to accompany,tough theres obviously one main female character.
Both series are about love and the difficulty to express it. You'll find in both a boy living together with girls in a big house and the funny misunderstanding and troubles that comes with it. But Love Hina has a more "Crazy" side to it as Ai Yori Aoshi.
Of course is Love Hina a death match for Ai Yori Aoshi. Not only are they both about 1 guy who is surrounded by 5 or so women, the comedy they both have is very much teh same as well as the story lines.
Ai yori aoshi does have a little more substance and there for a better story than love hina does.
There is no doubt about it; if you like one you will definetely love the other as well!
Love Hina and Ai Yori Aoshi are similar but also have thier differences. Both have one guy surronded by girls which causes some awkward yet comical scenes. Love Hina tends to be funnier than Ai Yori since Keitaro has had a pretty easy going past while Kaoru has a dark past full of pain with a little happiness when he was with Aoi.
To sum it all up, if you liked Love Hina you will most likely want to watch Ai Yori Aoshi.
Ai Yori Aoshi and Love Hina are both romantic anime with some fun as well as dramatic scenes. The male main character is a shy person, but he knows if something must be done and then he is able to overcome his anxiety. The main story is about the love between a boy and a girl, but these two anime aren't limited to this topic alone. As well as the development of the relationship between the main characters, the two of them get new friends and overcome hardships as well.
These two shows are very similar. Both are about a young man and woman meeting again after a long period of separation and falling in love. Both shows also have several other pretty girls who live in the same building as the couple, causing problems for the developing relationship, and both make use of alot of ecchi comedy. Ai Yori Aoshi leans a bit more toward the love story aspect, while Love Hina concentrates more on the ecchi comedy.
Both Ai Yori Aoshi and Love Hina are comedic Harem-situation series. Though both series approach the harem situation in very different ways, both share a similar sort of feel, so if you liked the comedy situation in one then you may enjoy the other.
Although both male protagonists have different personalities, they do represent the same idea. Both are surrounded by multiple females that push the males to their limits. Definitely, definitely something you should watch if you enjoy this anime.
just started watching Ai Yori Aoshi, the way the story is playing out is similar to Love Hina. Both have lots of giggles, lots of sad moments and lots of on the edge of your seat moments which bring a smile to your face. One is a must see if you enjoyed the other.
Having read a recommendation to watch this series after watching Love Hina, I felt I just had to recommend it as well. Ai Yori Aoshi is a great series that serves maybe as a more mature version of Love Hina. Don't worry though it is still a comedy at heart (I was afraid it wouldn't be) however, it is more down to earth with realistic situations and characters that you feel you've always known.
both deal with forming relationships and bonds. Where Love Hina is more comedy and fanservice with slight emphasis on relationships. Aoshi makes the Relationship growth a top priority with less emphasis on the fan service/ecchiness though there is a fair amount in both.
Love Hina is a little more light hearted and has some more slap stick comedy... but both are very good with that romantic bonus ^^
Having failed to earn admission to a university, Hideki Motosuwa has moved to the big city, determined to study his hardest for next year's exams. However, an unusual distraction presents itself one unsuspecting day in the form of Chii, a robotic young girl that has been discarded in the trash. In a world where an increasing number of people turn to these 'persocoms' for company, the bonds and limits of human relationships are tested as flesh manages to fall in love with the machine itself...
Love Hina and Chobits are romantic comedies that are beautifully drawn, wonderfully written, and just plain fun to watch. If you're a lover not a fighter, here's a couple of anime for you!
Chobits and Love Hina are a love story with a difference. Both series are based around one male character trying, when all said and done, to find a partner to share his life with. One is more a story of his childhood love, while the other is more about trying to choose between current female colleagues. Both are full of disaster and comedy that is bound to amuse you.
Both shows are about a completly nerd guys who what's more have a lot of problem with studing. They find themselfes in a new city whey the have to focus on studing but instead they fall in love with girls they unexpectedly find in their place. Both stories are also extremly funny and full of ecchi jokes.
love hina and chobits are both for people who like harem/ecchi anims. both have it's many ecchi moments and also a lot of comedy :)
Both also have a guy who easily get nosebleeding from looking panties and breasts.
These two have a lot in common. The Male in the series seems to find attraction to the near by girls. And has an awkward way of aprochign the girls he likes in fear of what someone might think or do. And with that, they always fnid themselves in the most awkwrad of positions with them!! if you liked on then im sure youll like the other
There are both about a male student that strugels to get his greade better in order to beable to get into a uneversity. and all what that means. Also both have a romance in the plot, that seems out of reach or "wrong" for the main character and it have a important part of in the story. But both also contains alot of funny moments wich make you wanna keep watching them.
Both these shows involve male students who while attending school, find themselves living with girl(s). They have to survive school while often being put in very awkward situations. Both involve plenty of ecchi, funny, and romantic moments.
Manaka Junpei is an average guy who has only two dreams in life: to become a filmmaker and to find the girl of his dreams. Luckily for him, after a chance encounter on the roof of the school, he has a lead on the girl! She was wearing strawberry panties. Unfortunately, he can't figure out which one of the five girls chasing him it was; but he gets plenty of chances to find out the color-of-the-day in his Cinderella search for his one true love!
Ichigo 100% is one of the best harem anime out there, just like Love Hina. Comedy and romance are the main points of both, and I think that these two anime are pretty similar.
Both Love Hina and Ichigo 100% are great harem anime. Both have their fair share of ecchi scenes which are sometimes followed by a "painful" misunderstanding. The protagonists, Keitaro and Junpei, are both a little confused about which girl to pick. Despite their... "desirable problems"... each protagonist has a similar goal: to get into a certain school. Ichigo 100% has a more ecchi-driven plot than Love Hina. Love Hina, even though it has many ecchi scenes, seems to have a plot that is not just an excuse for the ecchiness. To sum it all up: If you like ecchi anime and harem anime, both these shows are good.
Both Ichigo 100% and Love Hina are rather light hearted harem stories concentrated on relatioships between girls and the clumsy and pervy main shounen. Ehh, both series are good if you want a laugh or a bit of romance. Those are enjoyable series but don't expect too much. Well if you like one of them then the other definitelly will match your taste.
Both Love Hina and Ichigo 100% is based on one guy and his girl problems. Both of these animes ahve a lot of nice Ecchi and Harem. if you liked on im sure you will like the other.
Both are about a male student that are trying to find love at the same time they are dealing with the everyday life. Much comedy in both that are very simelar.
Really similar in terms of characterisation. Love Hina is way more extreme in every way, but Ichigo 100% follows the same the same humorous larger-than-life vibe. Anyone who enjoys one will enjoy the other.
Did you ever wonder how such a shy and awkward guy could be around so many pretty girls? That is exactly what the main male characters in Love Hina and Ichigo 100% were thinking. Set around a school age setting both series are hilariously entertaining with bashful, awkward moments at every turn.
Both are harems with over-done, annoying, perverted, and extremely wimpy male leads (even more than the usual harem)
One guy, many girls. An indecisive heart housed in a body that takes physical abuse like a man. All this also leads to fanservice and accidental peepings on the women each protagonist is surrounded by. Ichigo 100% is a poor man's show compared to Love Hina but fans of Love Hina can find some enjoyment in Ichigo 100%, even if it focuses more on comedy than romance and less on the staples of a Tsundere romance.
Kei Kusanagi is a shy teenage boy with no romantic experience whatsoever... until he finds out that his hot new teacher is actually an alien! In order to conceal her identity, the two are forced into a pretend marriage... but is it really a pretense, or are they actually falling in love?
Both Love Hina and Please Teacher are quirky romances with a healthy dose of ecchi humor. The lead males both prove to be the same kind of nerdy/geeky guys who gets into an interesting relationship with a beautiful girl and seem to run into nothing but problems constantly. Both series have you laughing most of the time. The rest of the time you'll be frustrated or just plain sad because of the lead's dillemma. These are recommended for one another not simly because they're similar, but because any fan of one is likely to be very entertained by the other.
Though it is a harem comedy, Love Hina shares a lot of the plot elements of Onegai Teacher. From the misunderstandings, the jealous younger sister, and the non descript male lead, one lends itself well to the other.
Love Hina and Please Teacher should appeal to the same people. Both are lighthearted series where comedy is the main drive, have a small romance story to get things going, and have a bit of ecchi (as is usual in this genre). Things are about to liven up, as our main characters are in for a lot of hazardous situations!
Both Love Hina and Please Teacher have a great mix of romance, love and humor that will please everyone. In addition, both have a good and romantic story that has a little bit of humor to keep you hooked until the end.
Both Onegai Teacher and Love Hina is a love story. Both of them got the drama and both of them got comedy + a little ecchi. Even though theres some different kind of story love in here but i believe these two is the most similar amongst anime. Dont forget to watch the other if you liked one.
These two anime are all about the perverted young man who finds himself in a situation where several beautiful, busty women want to be with him. Both involve some measure of public disgust to the situation the young man is in (in Onegai Teacher he's married to his high school teacher, and in Love Hina he's the manager of an all-girl's dorm). Finally, they're both full of pantyshots, uncomfortable situations for the main character, and breasts breasts breasts. If you like one, you'll invariably like the other.
Tenchi Masaki lives a quiet life helping his grandfather at the temple. Quiet, that is, until he accidentally unleashes a strange and beautiful space pirate from her 700-year-old prison. Things rapidly get worse for Tenchi when the royal princess Ayeka, cute Sasami, ditzy galaxy police agent Mihoshi and scientifically insane Washu crash land in his back garden to join the mayhem. Will Tenchi be able to shake off the unwanted romantic advances of these women, and what secret does his history hold?
I am recommending LTenchi Muyo! if you liked Love Hina because they both have a similar plot. They are about a guy who gets drawn into living under a roof with a group of girls and him not knowing how to cope with it.
These anime have a few things in common, though one thing really stands out: no matter how hard the male tries, he is always in the middle of mayhem whether he is responsible for it or not. These are both romantic comedies, yet they are different in many ways. I promise that if you like one then you will like the other just as much - if not more.
One guy lives with loads of girls and has no idea what to do with any of them; Tenchi Muyo and Love Hina are definitely cut from the same comic cloth, both revolving around a reasonably normal young man and the massive disruption to his life once he meets the girl of his dreams.
Young Tenchi in TM finds an alien outlaw whose presence summons other alien princesses, all of whom end up living with him and trying to fit into his everyday life. Keitaro, in LH, has no prospects after failing to enter Tokyo U. He is drafted into the job of apartment manager by his absent grandmother Hina, having then to oversee a group of very different young ladies.
Both series have the expected fan-service, the occasional panty shot or mildly suggestive situation. But more importantly, both seem to focus on the immense power of friendship and deeper fellow feeling, even in the strangest of places. If you're interested in following the comic trials of young boys who flourish into men with the help of some unpredictable women, then both Tenchi and Hina are for you.
If you liked watching either Love Hina or Tenchi Muyo you might try the other. In both anime there is all-around craziness when one guy ends up living with several girls.
To me Tenchi is probably one of the best harem series. Though unlike Love Hina, it has a bit more fantasy as all of the characters have hidden powers. And while Tenchi has many plot lines the core OAV and movie plot line is definitely worth watching for Love Hina fans.
Both Love Hina and Tenchi Muyo are about a guy who is surrounded by a bunch of beautiful women. Also both include romance and have very funny moments. I also think that the little black cat girls are a very obvious similarity between these two series.
Both LH and Tenchi Muyo have a teenage boy who is thrust into an awkward living situation with several teenage girls! While both young men try to stay focused on their previous goals, it seems almost impossible with all the new commotion in their lives. Each has the perfect recipe of adventure, comedy, and of course, teenage love.
If you watched 1 out of the both you can see similarities in the characters and story.Basic plot is that a guy is stuck in a house with girls whom he has to decide who he has feelings for and most of the girls have a crush on him thus leading him into a love web.