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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?

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Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Love Hina X'mas Special - Silent Eve TV Special 2000 Same Franchise
Love Hina Special: Motoko's Choice, Love or Sword: Don't Cry DVD Special 2000 Side Story Episode 25 released only on the DVDs.
Love Hina Spring Special - I Wish Your Dream TV Special 2001 Same Franchise
Love Hina Final Selection TV Special 2001 Same Franchise
Love Hina Again OVA 2002 Sequel

related manga

Manga Name Year Relation More Info
Love Hina 1998 TBD
Love Hina (Light Novel) 2001 TBD
Love Hina: Special Project 2010 TBD
Name Role
Makoto UNO Character Design
Yoshiaki IWASAKI Director
Koichi KORENAGA Music
Ken AKAMATSU Original Manga Creator

Official Editorial Reviews

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Love Hina therik 8/10 Feb 12, 2009

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heraldofdestruction
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Love Hina has some perversion to it, as well as developing relationships and an overall 'school' theme.

I My Me! Strawberry Eggs

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Lothar
The similarities between I My Me and Love Hina are numerous. There's lost of ecchi, comedy and some romance. If you enjoy thoose kinds of shows, you'll like these series. Personally I like I My Me better, but with that I don't say that Love Mina is bad. Both series are worth atleast one watch.
Lommi
Both I My Me and Love Hina little perverted side of anime world. Similarities are that both animes contain potty humor and embarrassing moments. If you like Perverted, comedic and little embarrassing animes you like this one..

Itsudatte My Santa!

Itsudatte My Santa!

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caitlin

Although Love Hina and My Santa! don't have a lot in common, they do share a similar art style, and have common ecchi sort of themes. Certainly if you liked one, you should check out the other.

sabrielsharmony

both anime are similar in their art style and both are funny. Unfortunately since my santa is so short there is not much story progress but if you're looking for a short anime to watch it's not bad.

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Both of these are comedy harem animes. The similarities in between them are numerous but they are both still their own series. They have some good fan-service in each and a so-so story. I'f your a fan of one of them and want something of the like then try the other one! Or be devoured by the clam chowder monster chowdiechin!!! Ah ha ha ha ha ha ha.....

ConnorD

Both Lime-iro senkitan and Love Hina have some great similarities! as a new man joins the picture for a group of 5 girls (and more to be added) he becomse the center of attention. if you like one of these becasue of all those sweet panty shots, or maybe the harem, or maybe the ecchi, or maybe the plot...(im a good joker)... then im sure youll love the other one!!

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eppie

Maburaho and Love Hina are both an ever-so-popular romantic comedy with one guy and multiple girls who fall in love with him, combined with lots and lots of ecchi. Both anime give you over-the-top moments which would never happen in daily life. Since Maburaho deals with students of magic, you'll see many moments in Love Hina which deal with the supernatural where you'll be reminded of Maburaho, or vice versa.

vulcan1212

Maburaho definitely has a lot of the same aspects as Love Hina. They are, for instance, both about guys that become surrounded by tons of girls who eventually fall in love with them. The other thing that they share is a lot of the girls have have very similar childhood memories, thus deepening the plot and making them even more interesting. I would strongly recommend watching Maburaho if Love Hina was an anime you enjoyed.