Kagome was just a normal girl, until one day she fell into a well that brought her to feudal-era Japan. After encountering hordes of demons and discovering that she's the reincarnation of a priestess, Kagome must now journey to protect a sacred jewel from evil with the help of a half-demon named Inuyasha. Along the way they make many enemies and friends, and travel between the modern and feudal eras.
Both series take place in the feudal era and involve a girl from the present traveling back to that land. In Fushigi Yugi it is in a more unconventional sense (as Miaka is sucked into a magical book to become a priestess of the Konan land), while in InuYasha, Kagome travels through a well as a reincarnated priestess. Both series revolve around the supernatural and involve a group of highly entertaining characters taking on the demons of their respective worlds.
A teen girl is transported to a new world and gains supernatural powers there. The young men in the new world fancy her school uniform with its short skirt, and both Kagome and Miaka find themselves torn between their responsibilities in school and the tasks that only they can perform in the fantasy world. A fan of one should definitely love the other too.
Although they're intended for somewhat different audiences (FY is shoujo while InuYasha is shounen), both feature a female who gets sucked into a historical world where magic and adventures await her. Both involve the main character making choices between staying in the historical world vs. returning home. The overall feel is similar in both series.
All Riiko Izawa wants is a boyfriend, but she has been rejected left and right by every guy she has ever liked. In a moment of desperation, she orders a special "Nightly Lover" figure from a website, and the next day, a extremely attractive naked man is delivered to her doorstep! Night, as Riiko names him, is the perfect boyfriend; he's sexy, smart, athletic, and is a gourmet cook. There's just one problem: he cost $1,000,000! Riiko can't let anyone know that Night is a doll, even though he knows almost nothing about humans. Can she find a way to pay for Night while keeping him a secret from her childhood friend Soshi next door?
Fans of love triangles and romantic struggles should enjoy both of these titles by Yuu Watase. In each, a girl has two guys confess their love for her, one guy who may slip out of her reach forever, and complications surrounding intimacy. Fushigi Yugi and Absolute Boyfriend are both innocently serious... if you like one, try the other too!
When love triangles meet and Yuu Watase gets into the action out pops Fishigi Yugi and Absolute Boyfriend. With an almost overwhelming sense of drama and fantasy the characters are spiraled into a web of intrigue delving into different types of relationships and what the girls are looking for in a man.
Alice Seno is a plain and ordinary fifteen-year-old girl, and that's exactly her problem. Perpetually overshadowed by her beautiful and popular older sister Mayura, Alice grows to resent her sister for being so perfect. But when Alice finds a rabbit while crossing the street one day, things change forever. The rabbit turns out to be a magical scout named Nyozeka who claims that Alice is a Lotis Master - a person capable of harnessing the power of words to enter people's hearts and dispel the darkness within. However, Alice accidentally uses this new power on Mayura, and she vanishes. Now, Alice must join forces with her handsome upperclassman Kyou and Lotis Master Frey to rescue Mayura and rid the world of the dark power of the Maram Words.
Both series are about a girl who leads a mediocre/sucky life, until one day she stumbles upon a world of magic that she was never aware of. Also, both series combine elements of fantasy with the main character's love life.
Both Alice 19th and Fushigi Yuugi have the same type of plot feeling to them. The series are filled with magic and adventure as the male character protects the female lead as she is trying to figure out her own path.
Both of the series are created by Yuu Watase. There is a supernatural side to both of the stories and the main heroines have to put themselves through a test of life to decide what is best for everyone. The main heroines, Aya (Ceres) and Miaka (Fushigi Yugi) have decisions to make affecting the outcome of the people that they love. Each series is also a reverse harem.
These two series are quite different in plot, but having been written by the same author, they have many similarities: similar artwork, similar humour, and a similar love triangle. The overall feel/tone of them is similar, so if you liked one, you'll probably like the other.
Both these stories take a normal teenage girl who suddenly finds herself in fuedal china. In Fushigi Yugi, Miaka finds herself a princess of great honor, and in Crazy Girl Shin Bia, Bia finds herself the fiancee or the prince of the lands.
Both manga follow story of a teenage girl who is suddenly transferred to imperial china. Both stories are very romantic, funny and dramatic at the same time.
The main characters are similar too. Both Shin Bia and Miaka are quite strong and self confident, they have supernatural powers that make them special. They seem rude and reckless from the outside but they are pure, loving and forgiving in the inside.
If you liked one, you would surely like the other.