If you liked the Training with Hinako anime, the Anime-Planet community thinks you'd like:
Summer break has come for the prudish virgin Kouta Oyamada and his friends. For Akane Asahina this means trips to the library, while for wolf-spirit Nozomu this means sleeping naked in a hot apartment or bathing in front of Kouta's house. Unfortunately for Kouta, summer brings with it Chizuru's racy morning exercise regimen and noodle eating in the buff. How is he supposed to get any homework done in these conditions? Whether it be catching bugs for food, creepily shooting video documentaries on their classmates, dropping in from the mountains to visit family or just going to see fireworks, the gang’s summer will be far from relaxing - and in various states of undress.
Both are OVAs that bring similar level of entertaiment, which is almost none. I think both of them are boring, but if for some reason you will manage to find one of them amusing, you will probably like the other as well...
Both have no real plot (though they try to fool you in believing otherwise). In both cases the only value left is fanservice (there is more of it in Hinako, but it's repetitve, Kanokon OVA have only a few scenes of it, but they are funny at least).
Both shows are perfect way to torture someone, can be used as penalty for any game, or a trap for naive acquaintances. Also even though I haven't tested it I suspect, they might start being funny after enough beers.
17 year old Ooizumi Naoto finds himself on set as the “making of” cameraman for a big budget TV production named Cosmopolitan Prayers. He is in heaven these days since his crush, Magami Natsumi, has been chosen for the lead heroine. But as he tries to find ways to advance their relationship, the other girls seem to also have set their sights on him with not-so-coy looks, full-body knockdowns and skirt flipping. Is he in heaven or hell? With all the chaos surrounding him, the biggest problem isn’t the incessant teasing, but whether or not the girls find out his big secret!
You are of course looking for a deep and ethically complex anime with profound issues. Profound, big, heaving, panting, bouncing issues.
I'm sorry, my mind drifted.
Well, these titles are humourous, and also ecchi. It is entirely possible if you liked one you may like the other. Then again, perhaps not, but worth a shot, no?
The eccentric Suzumiya Haruhi wants nothing more than to meet aliens, time travelers and espers… but she’ll have to settle for the everyday Kyon instead! Along with the mysterious Itsuki and the vacant Mikuru, the duo forms the SOS Brigade – a club whose mission is to discover the mysteries of the world. Armed with a razor sharp wit and a skill for manipulation, Haruhi will stop at nothing to have fun at all costs, even at the expense of Mikuru’s dignity!
Holo has decided to take it upon herself to educate everyone about the world of Spice and Wolf. From discussing the difference between black bread and the expensive yet tasty white bread to sharing special stretching techniques covering your ears to the tips of our tail, Holo approaches each lesson with an enthusiastic attitude.
A cute anime girl speaks to the viewer while explaining things or better yet, excerising. The Spice and Wolf specials may not be as viscerally unsubtle as Hinako, and also they're a lot shorter, but it's more of the same sort of thing.