Uesugi Fuutarou lands a tutoring job that promises five times the normal pay. As it turns out, it’s going to take more than five times the work.
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Similar genre of harem and the main boy is not bland and lacks personality but yet interacts with the harem girls in his own way.
Both animes have a harem set up and a lot of comedy. The girls in both animes have their own unique personalities and make the animes interesting to watch.
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Both Stories have the same concept basically. A brainiac tutor assigned to school 5 HOT siblings (all the same gender, but both anime have a different gender from the other).In both cases the majority of the siblings are against being tutored, and the tutor is left trying to both sell themselves as worthy to be teaching, and to find interest in each sibling to slowly coax them into to being on board with the studies 1 by 1.
Now, with the similar structure to the story, it's likely if you enjoy one, you'd enjoy the other, but the difference in apeal, mainly that 1 has attractive female characters, and the other has attractive male characters, could cause you to only enjoy 1 of them, based on your perspective as a viewer.
Royal Tutor and Quintuplets share some basic fundamentals. Both features characters who are or look the same age or younger as those he teaches. Both deal with a family of troublesome failing students. Both mentors operate using unconventionally unique techniques for tutoring. Both characters gradually get the protégés to understand p, respect, and eventually at least try to listen and learn from them. Both leads go through tough challenges to gain their students’ trust and acceptance. Both stories are comedy drama geared around life and education.
Both shows follow a tutor and his unruly students through a series of comedic events and circumstances as they learn not only about school, but about life as well.
The Royal Tutor does not include a romance aspect, while The Quintessential Quintuplets does have a very well-done harem aspect to it. In both shows, all characters receive equal or near-equal amounts of development, with the exception of the tutor himself, as both shows tend to follow him and show things from his perspective.