Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches - Videos

Alt title: Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo

Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches Episode 7 - Anything But Tempura!

Yamada begins searching for the witches and visits the home of the fourth witch, Sarushima Maria, who is a shut-in taking a break from school. When they're alone, she tells him that her power is to see the future of the person she kisses.

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I've Turned Into Her!

Episode 1

I've Turned Into Her!

Kiss Me, Okay?

Episode 2

Kiss Me, Okay?

Will You Accept? Or Won't You?

Episode 3

Will You Accept? Or Won't You?

It Looks Like I've Fallen For Yamada!

Episode 4

It Looks Like I've Fallen For Yamada!

You Mustn't Kiss Her, Okay?

Episode 5

You Mustn't Kiss Her, Okay?

Respond!

Episode 6

Respond!

Anything But Tempura!

Episode 7

Anything But Tempura!

You're So Annoying

Episode 8

You're So Annoying

Be Sure to Change the Future

Episode 9

Be Sure to Change the Future

Please Go Out With Me

Episode 10

Please Go Out With Me

What Did You Do With Shiraishi?!

Episode 11

What Did You Do With Shiraishi?!

I Love You, Shiraishi

Episode 12

I Love You, Shiraishi

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YuiYui YuiYui says

So both of these involve a teen boy getting dragged into a fantasy-like world which involves kissing some girls. Yamada has to kiss people for certain reasons that are explained in the anime and then Shido kisses the spirit girls to lock away their spirit powers. So in a way they are quite similar, both are about one boy and a group of girls pretty much with some supporting characters here and there. They are both heavily comedy with some romance. So I think if you enjoyed one you should like the other.

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