Kanna starts living with Tohru and Miss Kobayashi. While the livelier residence is nice, sharing a tiny apartment with three people becomes cramped. So Miss Kobayashi decides to move. She winds up inviting Takiya to her new apartment for a party, but Tohru also invites her dragon friends, Fafnir, who lives in a cave, and Lucoa, who's lived in this world since ancient times, to visit their new home.
The Strongest Maid in History, Tohru! (Well, She is a Dragon)
Second Dragon, Kanna! (We're Totally Spoiling Here)
Start of a New Life! (That Doesn't Go Well, Of Course)
Kanna Goes to School! (Not that she needs to.)
Tohru's Real World Lessons! (She thinks she understands it already.)
Home Visit! (And Homes Not Visited)
Summer's Staples! (The Fanservice Episode, Frankly)
New Dragon, Elma! (She's Finally Appearing, Huh?)
Sports Festival! (There's No Twist Or Anything)
Troupe Dragon, On Stage! (They Had A Troupe Name, Huh)
Year End, New Year! (No Comiket Bit This Time)
Tohru and Kobayashi's Impactful Meeting! (We're Raising the Bar on Ourselves)
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Sometimes the cure to a hard day’s work is the tender love and care of… a fox girl?! Salaryman Nakano’s stressful life is suddenly intruded upon by the fox, Senko-san, who is eager to help him heal his exhaustion. Whether she’s cooking, cleaning, or finding other ways to care for Nakano, she’s there to take away his...
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The anime about non human want to serve some kind of human who really busy work at all the time because of they want to pay back kindness what human characters (Main Characters) done before.
The shows are essentially the same, just choose between a fox girl or a dragon girl. Both are lighthearted, comedic slice of life shows. Dragon Maid seems to have much more of an overarching plot while Helpful Fox focuses more on the heartwarming aspect
These two great anime come packaged with so many different feelings of comfort. They make you feel happy, and it brightens your day just watching them. Kobayashi is a little more on the comedy side, while senko is more relaxing.
When Demon King Satan was facing his demise at the hands of Hero Emilia, he had no choice but to quickly flee to another world with his Demon General, Alsiel. However, upon their arrival, the twosome is taken aback with the realization they have lost almost all of their magic - and moreover, were transformed into ordinary humans and are stranded in an...
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Both shows are slice-of-life comedies about incredibly powerful nonhuman characters from high fantasy worlds being in normal human situations. This lends itself to similar types of humour, so if you like one of them you should try the other.
Kobayashi-san and The Devil is a Part Timer are both comedies partially set in a work place with characters that aren't human. Since they come from other worlds, sometimes there is some confusion, which leads to some interesting comedy.
Agreed, as stated above both shows are set up as slice of life but have that fantasy element. One's about demons and dying civilizations, while the other is about dragons and magic. There's a little bit of romance in both shows and have a little bit of fan service. If you liked one im sure you'll like the other.
When a hapless human teenager named Kurusu Kimihito is inducted as a "volunteer" into the government exchange program, his world is turned upside down. A snake-like lamia named Miia comes to live with him, and it is Kurusu's job to take care of her and make sure she integrates into his everyday life. Unfortunately for Kurusu, Miia is undeniably...
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Both anime revolve around the theme of cute, monster girls learning to adapt to everday life in the human world for the sake of their ordinary human caregiver.
Both are slice of life shows centered around a protaganist who seems to collect roommates with non human characteristics.
monster musume is much more risque and has a strong harem theme.
Both series feature lots of monster girls. They're all super adorable, with a lovely slice of life vibe, so if you enjoyed one I think the other would definitely be up your street.