If you're looking for anime similar to Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It, you might like these titles.
As leaders of their prestigious academy’s student council, Kaguya and Miyuki are the elite of the elite! But it’s lonely at the top… Luckily for them, they’ve fallen in love! There’s just one problem—they both have too much pride to admit it. And so begins the daily scheming to get the object of their affection to confess their romantic feelings first…Love is a war you win by losing.
Both anime have main characters that are trying to outwit each other in the realm of romance while blending both humor and drama
Very similar shows with romance and comedy as a main focus, and two very intelligent main characters helming each one. Overly dramatic comedy in both, if you like that sort of thing than this is for you.
I mean, they're basically the same show. Both feature two characters trying to find their way into a relationship with each other, while navigating a tense battle of wits to get there. And both have a similar focus on comedy, as well as surprisingly similar plot points. Although I think Kaguya-sama is the more solid of the two, both are well worth the watch.
They both have similar premises where they practically refuse to admit they're in love and evade the situation altogether while still being an endearing and comical relationship between the two.
Narumi Momose has had it rough: every boyfriend she’s had dumped her once they found out she was an otaku, so she’s gone to great lengths to hide it. When a chance meeting at her new job with childhood friend, fellow otaku, and now coworker Hirotaka Nifuji almost gets her secret outed at work, she comes up with a plan to make sure he never speaks up. But he comes up with a counter-proposal: why doesn’t she just date him instead? In love, there are no save points.
Both romcom happen outside high school so, older characters either adults working in the office (Wotakoi) or graduate students (Rikei). Both involve obsessions with certain things, Wotakoi with games and Rikei with science. Both go through slice of life kind of episodes, however, Rikei uses University Research theme while Wotakoi uses games/anime references. Both male characters are lone types who only care for their obsession kinda.
Both are based on adults, athough they are pretty different, the audience will be the same. In Wotakoi childhood otaku friends start dating, In Science fell in love, (people who have met before but are oblivious it was eachother) fall in love. I prefered Wotakoi though, watched it twice, and I dropped Science fell in love by episode 9.
After moving out on his own to a seaside town, Iori Kitahara makes a college debut he never anticipated. A new chapter of his life unfolds, full of diving with beautiful girls and shenanigans with a gaggle of lovable bastards! Idiot-expert Kenji Inoue and au naturel authority Kimitake Yoshioka bring you a glorious college tale filled with booze-fueled antics!
Both shows are comedies and take place in college. Grand Blue focuses on drinking diving, whilst RikeKoi focuses on science.
Otaku character found in both shows too. Grand Blue has more slapstick style kind of humour though. The main characters in RikeKoi are also slightly more intelligent.
MOYASHIMON RETURNS picks up where the last season left off as our protagonist Tadayasu Sawaki, a first-year college student at an agricultural university, continues to have the unique ability to see and communicate with micro-organisms and bacteria. Still alongside good friend Kei Yuuki, whose family runs a sake brewery, he devolves an even deeper understanding of bacteria world with his special ability!
Tadayasu Sawaki and his long-time hometown friend Kei Yuuki are finally away from home and ready to start university. They attend Tokyo's College of Agriculture, and the adventures start from day one! But that is to be expected, as Tadayasu has a special ability that is conducive to adventure and glory, especially in the world of agriculture and biology: the man can see, communicate, and interact with microbes! With ambitious sake-brewing upperclassmen, a sadistic postgraduate, and a clean-freak colleague, things can only become more exciting for the duo!
Second Season of Rent-A-Girlfriend.
In Japan, the lonely have a new way out — online services that rent out dads, children, even girlfriends! When Kazuya's true love dumps him, he's just desperate enough to try it, and he's shocked at how cute and sweet his rental girlfriend turns out to be. But she wants to keep their "relationship" a secret, and there's a complication... she goes to his university... and their grandmothers are in the same home... and they live next door to each other?! And Kazuya finds out she's not nearly as nice in "real life"...
The studious and uptight Chiaki is well-known as the top pianist of his school, and dreams of becoming a world-class conductor like his idol, Viera; but his fear of flying (which makes studying abroad impossible) combined with a recent break-up and dismissal from his piano instructor causes that future to seem both bleak and unlikely. After collapsing outside of his apartment, drunk, Chiaki inadvertently meets a young woman named Nodame who, while quite talented at the piano, is unclean, clumsy, and haphazard. Despite being almost polar opposites, the two begin to grow closer and work, together, to overcome the obstacles in their careers.
Banri Tada is a newly admitted student at a private law school in Tokyo. However, due to an accident, he lost all of his memories. During his freshman orientation, he encounters another freshman from the same school, Mitsuo Yanagisawa, and they hit it off at once. Without any memory of each other, their lives become more and more intertwined as if set by the hands of fate. But what is their fate, and will it lead to happiness or another memory to forget…