If you liked the Fruits Basket manga, the Anime-Planet community thinks you'd like:
okay they may have many differances, but theyr both really cute. theyre both about the main girl becoming the house keeper in a house full of guys. the main girl in both is very happy but not annoyingly so, I really think if you liked one youd like the other ^_^
When Rara the demon crossed into the human world she had two goals: cause mischief to humanity and meet her teen demon idol, Hiroshi. However, what she didn’t expect was to fall in love with Retsu Aku, a dreamy boy from her school! Torn between needing to perform bad deeds and wanting to help her new beau, Rara may soon face the ultimate punishment for her actions!
Fruits Basket and Gaba Kawa are both sweet romances with a touch of the supernatural. In both, a girl struggles to find love and overcome the rules and traditions that would separate her from the guy she cares for.
Haine Otomiya is a student at the elite Imperial Academy. A one-time gang member who was put up for adoption by her father, her life changed when she met Shizumasa Togu, president of the student council and ‘emperor' of Imperial Academy. Haine quits her gang and enrolls at the prestigious private school in the hope of winning Shizumasa's love. When she is hired as his school bodyguard, she's thrilled; but can she survive the drama of the student council? As secrets spill and relationships form, Haine is pulled further into the world of the elite and powerful, where wealth is everything and social status is the basis of all relationships. What's a girl to do?
These two series are similar, in both setting and plot. The main character for both is a cheery highschool girl who ends up in a love triangle that only gets more and more complicated, expecially when the boys' powerful familes get involved. The high school setting and humor are also similar in both.Both series, although starting as simple romance stories, eventually dive into dark themes as well.
Nao, a cheerful junior high school student, has rented an apartment in the city where she plans to live by herself. However, her plans are promptly ruined when she goes to move in and finds out that her apartment was also rented to Hisashi, a popular yet sometimes distant boy from her school. Things go from bad to worse when Nao and Hisashi discover that they were swindled by their real estate agency; not only is the agency suddenly out of business, but their rent is also 70,000 yen more than what they were originally promised. With no money and nowhere else to live, Nao and Hisashi move in together. Will these two strangers be able to live together or will their conflicting personalities make it impossible?
What happens when teenagers are thrown into a turbulent high school setting? Relationship problems galore! Fruits Basket takes a more innocent turn on problems with relationships and is not the main focus of the series; however, Good Morning Call deals with relationship problems throughout
If you liked Fruits Basket or Happy Cafe, you'd like the other because they both have similar characters. Both female leads are hardworking, pure, and a little slow (Specifically when romance is involved). They both have lost an important family member who watches over them from heaven. Everyone is cheered up by their bright smiles. Both manga are reverse harem and have many interesting characters with distinctive personalities. I enjoyed reading both manga immensely and feel that if you like either one you should try reading the other one too if you get the chance!