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Kouhei Hasekura has changed schools so many times that he’s convinced he’ll never make friends, but luckily for the boy, he’s just transferred for the last time into Shuchikan Academy, a prestigious high school on Tamatsu Island. After being welcomed warmly by student council vice president Erika Sendou on his first day, Kouhei’s good vibes quickly disintegrate when she screams and runs away as they’re about to shake hands. What’s more, the boy soon discovers that Erika and her brother, the student council president Iori, are anything but typical: they’re vampires! Can Kouhei find his place at Shuchikan Academy and finally make true friends, including the vampire who can’t seem to tolerate standing near him?
After Twilight shining vampires aren't nothing new but there are even cases in anime industry where vampire depictions aren't so grimdark as they usually are. Here we have vampires who don't initially pose a threat to humans but try to co-exist as much as possible and don't have the stereotypical weaknesses which allow them to go to school like all the other kids do.
There is also romance involved, so if you're looking for anime with light romance and a tad bit of comedy involving vampires these shows are the right pick, though again enjoyment may vary from person to person.
Besides both featuring a vampire as one of the main cast both also feature a normal young male lead who comes to learn that the world he has entered is not completely as it seems. As well as the fact that the vampire in both series try to and want to seek a somewhat peaceful coexistence with humans. The biggest differnce between the two is that while in Fortune Arterial it's a world mostly dominated by humans and the vampires are a somewhat minor existence and in Rosario to Vampire it mainly takes place in a place that is mostly dominated by monsters and the sort.
In these anime, a normal boy who has transfered to a new school encounters new people, some of which are supernatural. He learns to live with them, and gains more knowledge of them throughout the series. There is mild romance in both of these anime, along with some humor, and some saddening parts.
Shinta Mizumura's seemingly normal life suddenly changes when Lilith Kishimoto, a beautiful half-human, half-vampire girl, transfers to his school and surprises him with an unexpected demand.
Rosario to Vampire and Holy Knight share the familiar story of a female vampire coming into the life of a human boy. Holy Knight is more serious than RtV, but they both include ecchi, various types of supernatural beings, and a complicated romance. If you enjoyed one, you may enjoy the other.
Both Holy Knight and Rosario to Vampire feature a Vampire Female-Male Human couple (of sorts) and in both series the vampire unexpectedly appears in the human male's life (from their perspective at least).
Let's face it, you NEED more pink-haired vampire school-girls in your life. And when the rest of the cast is mostly female with few exceptions, the male lead is just swimming in mammeries and panty-shots. So, while the plotlines are quite different, the atmosphere of the anime is very much the same. So, if you liked one, give the other a shot.
Asahi Kuromine is a high school student who supposedly cannot keep a secret. One day he spots his crush Yoko Shiragami, unfurling a large pair of wings from her back. She explains to him that she is a vampire and is only able to attend a normal school on the condition that no one discover her true identity. Asahi swears to keep her secret but finds it hard to maintain seeing as how Yoko herself is an airhead and Asahi's friend Mikan keeps bullying the two of them.
Neither Jitsu wa Watashi wa nor Rosario to Vampire really make much use of the main girl being a vampire, rather choosing to focus on cute girls and harem hijinx. Both shows expands the cast with other girls also having something supernatural about them, with Rosario focusing on monsters and Watashi wa on a mishmash of things.
If you enjoy the romcom aspect of one of the shows, you'll likely also enjoy the same aspect of the other.
They have a pretty similiar base story: in both animes there is a person who has a secret and another person or people that must keep the secret or that person would need to leave the school. Also they both have a vampire as the female main charecter.
The anime are really a like in their theme and if you like one you'll most likely like the other. Kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
P.s I'm too lazy to write a full recommendation
Due to his parents' work, Riku Aoba is about to transfer to Tsumugino Private High School; but it's no ordinary high school! Unlike other student bodies, Tsumugino's academic system has a great deal of freedom; and as a result, Riku is often dragged into various schemes the student council has created, resulting in him being chased around the school for a prize reward. To make matters even more complicated, three of the most popular girls in school are falling for him. With such a busy school life, how will Riku survive?!
The main characters, Aoba and Tsukune, both share a shy and timid nature,yet end up surrounded by beautiful women. Their character design is the same and they both end up thrown into a new highschool, each very different to what Aoba and Tsukune have experienced before. Rosario to Vampire does have a more ecchi and choppy storyline, while Tokimeki Memorial focuses on the romance and plot line, if you enjoy one show you'll enjoy the other as well.
Tokimeki Memorial ~Only Love~ and Rosario to Vampire involve the main male characters taking on a role as shy personalities. While in a high school setting the characters unexpectedly get surrounded by a variety of beautiful women.
Takasu Ayako can handle anything; duels with foreign powers and assassination attempts don’t faze her. But can she handle falling in love? Fellow students at the prestigious school for Beatrice users are shocked to hear that their "Angel of Death" Ayako, who has never even shown a smile before, has fallen in love at first sight with the diminutive freshman Yoshimura Mamoru. Mamoru must decide how to respond to the sudden confession of love, the resulting fascination of his fellow students, and the dangers of being near Ayako. Will his own powers ever measure up?
In both series the main girl character is the one of strongest of all and protect the main character, what obviously annoy him (because he is much weaker). In both anime the main girl and guy fall in love with each other, but because of the surroundings they cannot be with each other alone (fiends are always with them and watch them). The both anime are great anime (on very similar level) and I think if you like one of them you like the other.
In Both shows main heroine is a powerful being, able to easily destroy any enemies, that devotes herself to protecting main protagonist who is weak.
Also in both cases it's a romance between highly renowned lady and a commoner.