Two sisters struggle through the everyday life of a girl. One sister is a pure and innocent high school student with an attraction to a middle school boy. The other sister is the older, naughtier sister who works in an office. Both sisters will face the everyday 'girl' problems in a hilarious way, from sex to breast sizes.
$10 can not only buy you a cute hamster; it also get you a devoted housekeeper who will cook, clean, put on suntan lotion, and cheer you on when your relationships get stale! Does it seem like a dream? Then picture what life would be like if anybody who calls your house gets to know the contents of your underwear drawer! If you can’t imagine what rodents and ecchi have to do with each other, then enter the life of the hamster Ebichu, her sexy master, and the good-for-nothing boyfriend Kaishounachi, and see why a talking hamster can be such a bother!
The humor in both Momoiro Sisters and Ebichu is great. If you liked the style of humor in Momoiro Sisters, you'd also like it in Ebichu, all though it's a little more off-color at times... or more like the whole episode; but it exploits women's worst fears (or so I'm told).
Meet Saji Keisuke, a hormone-heavy teen who's fallen hopelessly in love with Koizumi, a supposed man hater who refuses to give him the time of day. All he wants is to get laid, but all Koizumi wants is to get as far from him as possible! With plenty of love for Koizumi (in his pants?!) and plenty of distractions to keep at bay (such as big breasted Yuki), can our hero manage to get past second base with the girl of his dreams, or is she destined to stay just in his dreams forever?
Like Momoiro Sisters, Iketeru Futari is another story about the love trials of a single person. This time it's a high school boy, but the humor is similar and the show is short, so it's worth the time.
Kunyan is a beautiful young woman, living alone in her one-bedroom apartment. However, she always seems to find her way into the most unpredictable and narrowly escapable situations that require quick, yet crude thinking and unimaginable body strength and flexibility. Although taking a bath or cooking crab in a steaming pot might seem like a safe and enjoyable activity, Kunyan seems to find a way into some sort of predicament, losing most of her clothes in the process.
Deserted Place is a one shot while Yume is one vol, but both (especially the first 2 chapters of Yume) have a similar feel. Each has inanimate objects that tell an emotional tale, and are a good rec pair.
A Japanese high school can be a strange place – or so it’s been told. However, as critical thinking is not the strong point of our freshman heroine Eriko, even the most outrageous stories are likely to come true. Going through the motions of high school life with a flair and panache that can only be gawked at, Eriko and her old and new friends set a new (low) standard for the typical coming of age drama. Cry with them as they fight adversity and learn the importance of trust and friendship in this cruel, cruel world; laugh with them during the incomparable happiness of the seemingly never-ending springtime of youth; and finally, laugh AT them, when they constantly manage to show their panties in public!
If you enjoyed the quirky elements in Momoiro Sisters, you'll definitely like Joshi Kosei. Both titles have pervy events and plenty of humour. In addition, each is about a group of girls who discover about life in terms of dreams, romance, and friendship. Joshi Kosei has a great OP and ED theme, and I really liked the character design here.
Kurata Sana has a very eventful life. Though she’s only in the 5th grade, she’s the star of a popular TV Show called “Child’s Toy”. She lives with her eccentric mother and her boyfriend aka manager aka pimp, and faces hell at school. Her archenemy, Hayama Akito, turns the classroom into chaos each day, but Sana is finally ready to put her foot down! Can she defeat Akito and take control of her class? And more importantly, how will she deal with the secrets she finds about him?
Okay, so Momoiro Sisters, has a mouthful of perverted and mature content, but its animation style is very similar to Kodocha's. Things are random, quirky, and fun; you'll also notice similar background music. Kodocha has excellent character depth along with enticing drama and romance. Kodocha is a favourite series of mine. If you liked Momoiro Sisters, I think you'll like Kodomo no Omocha.