If you're looking for anime similar to If It's for My Daughter, I'd Even Defeat a Demon Lord, you might like these titles.
Having lost his wife, math teacher Kouhei Inuzuka is doing his best to raise his young daughter Tsumugi as a single father. He's pretty bad at cooking and doesn't have a huge appetite to begin with, but chance brings his little family and one of his students, Kotori Iida, together for homemade adventures. With those three cooks in the kitchen, it's no wonder this dinner table drama is so delicious.
Both anime have the same vibes s a father figure caring for his daughter and both are wholesome and also emotional
If Latina and Tsumugi ever meet, I guarantee that they will become instant BFFs. Both these series show the two young ladies viewing their respecive worlds through their innocent and precarious eyes, while their fathers work and sacrifice to make their lives easier as they deal with the trials and pangs of single parenthood.
As for shows that made my heart feel good and healed my soul, both of these fit the bill. Adorable father-daughter bonding, supremely wholesome, with classic funny moments that just make you laugh out loud no matter your mood before watching.
Lighthearted and fun with some serious undertones. Excellent story about a single parent trying to take care of their child
Both anime has a light feeling, with the father taking good care of the daughter. Both have their cute, funny and rather emotional moments of the child growing from their fears into a childlike innocence.
In a world where the ruined human species has been driven almost to extinction by the monsters that now dominate the land, a forest golem is surprised to find a human child sitting alone in the woods - dirty, barefoot, and in chains. The golem takes little Somali under his protection and the two begin a journey together, traveling through beautiful and dangerous lands where the small girl's humanity must be kept hidden for her own safety. The golem hopes to find Somali's parents alive somewhere, but the chances of this are slim; and besides, as far as Somali is concerned, she has already found herself a beloved father.
Both series feature an adorable orphaned little girl being raised by an unlikely single father figure. While Somali's forest golem father is more stotic than Latina's adopted father Dale, they both care deeply for their daughters and will do anything to protect them. Somali and Latina have a lot of similarities - they're both cute, innocent, view the world through their own precarious eyes, come from tragic backgrounds, and have a weakness for cats.
Both have the same feeling. Both have a girl follow an adopted dated. Both the guy is trying to find out more about the girl. The only difference is the It's for My Daughter and the other is that one you don't have anyone who will actively try to eat her if they find out her breed.
Only two episodes into Somali and it's clear that the two shows are very similar. Both center around finding an abandoned girl and raising her as if she were your own. Both focus on not only the relationship between the two main characters, but also in establishing and explore the fantasy worlds they live in. Somali seems to have a much clearer greater narrative whereas Demon Daughter was much more character-focused. But both are so freaking adorable that if you liked one, you'll surely like the other!
both of these are very similiar animes, both are fantasy animes where grown man finds a very young girl in an forest and decide to adopt her, the only different is in Demon lord the man is a human and the girl is demon, well in the Forest Spirit the man is golem and the girl is human.
a little girl finds a father and lives in an other world. Wether it's a demon girl in the human world or the other way around. Very emotional and cute.
When calligrapher Sei "Seishuu" Handa becomes so enraged at a judge's critique of his work that he actually punches the old man, his father decides that Sei needs to reflect on his behavior and sends him to a remote island to live. Far from the modern conveniences of the city, the moody artist must adapt to his rural environment and his quirky but well-intentioned neighbors. How can he focus on his art when his appliances frequently don't work, his neighbors keep bothering him, and the neighborhood children have turned his house into a secret base?
"Satou," aka Ichiro Suzuki is a programmer in the middle of a death march. He was supposed to be taking a nap but somehow wakes up in another world... What lies before him is what looks like the menu screen of the game he was working before his nap. He’s at a complete beginner stage at level 1. However, he had three “Meteor Showers” which could level a whole map. Suddenly, a whole group of lizardmen appears in front of him. In order to survive, Satou uses Meteor Shower, his level jumped to 310 and he became extremely wealthy. Whether it be dream or reality, Satou’s journey was now beginning.
Both are fantasy land based anime surrounding an overpowered main character taking care of a kid (kids) they met. My Daughter anime is like level 1 in terms of overal quality and story and Death March would be around level 3. The opposite can be said when it comes to Moe or overall kawaiiness
College student Yuta Segawa is suddenly given custody of his older sister's three daughters, aged 14, 10, and 3. They're now stuck living together in a 10 square meter apartment. Meanwhile Raika, the object of his affection, has a fondness of cuteness, and his unexpected arrivals may finally offer an opportunity for them to get together.
They both involve a young man all of a sudden becoming a foster father to a cute little girl. In the case for Listen to Me Girls, I'm Your Father (PapaKiki), the young man becomes a father to THREE young girls, with the youngest being his niece and the oldest having a secret crush on him. Both titles show the growing pains and loving bonds the young fathers develop while raising their kids.
30 year-old web designer Souta Tawara takes a leave of absence from his job in Tokyo to return to his hometown and sort out his family's affairs. His recently-deceased father's udon restaurant is now closed, and the house Souta and his sister grew up in stands empty. Ridden with guilt over disappointing his father, Souta is beginning to doubt the choices he's made in life thus far. While trying to figure out how he should move forward, he meets what appears to be a small boy sleeping in one of his father's old kitchen pots, but who turns out to be a shape-shifting tanuki! Cute, playful and full of energy, Souta names him Poco and the two develop a strong bond. But now he faces a conundrum: should he quit his job in Tokyo and remain in the countryside, or will he again leave his childhood home in favor of the big city, leaving Poco all alone?
One peaceful day, Astra reads in a magazine that his life as a homeowner will not be complete until he partakes in the "super exciting" experience of having a garage sale, so he decides to immediately rectify the situation by making fliers and dumping some junk to sell on the front lawn. He and Noah wait patiently for random strangers to come and buy their discarded belongings, but the only folks who show up are people (and creatures) they already know - and their customers seem more interested in causing a ruckus than buying anything. Can Astra and Noah find a way to turn things around and make their event a success?
After winning a family trip to a hot springs resort, Yuta and the girls were followed by Raika, Kouichi and Shuntarou. Meanwhile, Raika has to deal with her burgeoning feelings for Yuta.
When Daikichi's grandfather dies he leaves behind a young daughter named Rin. However, as most of the family is embarrassed at the idea of a 79-year-old man having a six-year-old child, they can't seem to figure out what to do with her. Disgusted by this behavior, Daikichi decides to take care of her himself, but he's a bachelor, has no idea how to raise a child, and isn't even all that comfortable with kids! Now, Daikichi must do the normal things a parent does such as enroll her in school, buy her clothing and teach her about the life and world around her. But more importantly, he must also help her deal with her father's death and decide whether or not she should try to find her mother. Together, the two begin their unlikely relationship as father and daughter, navigating each of life's bumps along the way.
Rin and Daikichi continue their happy life together. The pair colors on fallen autumn leaves while learning about flounder, starfish, and other sea critters. Later, Daikichi does his best to make Christmas as wonderful as possible for Rin. For this new family, every season is full of happy memories.