Nekota no Koto ga Ki ni Natte Shikatanai.

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Gakuen Alice

Gakuen Alice

Mikan's best friend in the entire world, Hotaru, has moved away to a school for geniuses. Mikan misses her friend so much that she runs away to Tokyo to find the mysterious Alice Academy. However, once there, Mikan discovers that it is actually a secret school for children with special abilities. Alice Academy is filled with boys and girls who can do anything from make crazy inventions to control fire. In order to stay with her friend, Mikan tries to enter the Academy, but there's a catch: she doesn't have any special powers! Now Mikan must prove herself to her classmates in order to stay by Hotaru's side.

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Almamatotogoo Almamatotogoo says...

If you read Nekota no Koto ga Ki ni Natte Shikatanai, you'd enjoy Gakuen Alice - both the manga and anime version. Both about romance around a young age with innocent and lovable characters. The main female protagonists are both entering new schools and become popular around the student body because of their unique and kind personalities. Only major difference would be that Gakuen Alice contains the supernatural genre and contains more drama - especially in the manga. However, both have some good laughs here and there 👍.

Shoujo27 Shoujo27 says...

These 2 mangas take place in elementary school : the main character is a bubbly girl, while the male lead is cool and not so talkative, that's why there are lots of funny situations.

The stories are similar too, the girl is interested in the male lead and wants to know him better. Nekota no Koto is still less serious than Gakuen Alice.

Kodocha: Sana's Stage

Kodocha: Sana's Stage

11 year-old Sana Kurata is a positive, upbeat child actress with a rather odd life. She was adopted as a baby by an eccentric novelist who wears a live squirrel in her hair, her acting career is managed by a (former) homeless man who Sana unabashedly claims is her "pimp", and at school her teacher has completely lost control of her classroom due to a group of blackmailing bullies led by "demon child" Akito Hayama. With her whole class in danger of failing, Sana decides she's had enough of Akito's nonsense at school and challenges him. The whole school is ready for a showdown as these strong personalities collide, but as the two very different kids learn more about each other, something unexpected happens. Is it possible for sworn enemies to become fast friends?

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Shoujo27 Shoujo27 says...

These 2 mangas are alike : a cheerful main female character and a cool male main character. The girls have a strong sense of justice and they are really simple minded, while the boys are really down to earth and cool.

They have lots of similarities, like we're following them from elementary to middle school and we can see the small development between the 2 main characters.

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My Little Monster

My Little Monster

Mizutani is a self-absorbed overachiever, concerned only with maintaining the highest grades in school. Haru is an impulsive short tempered brute, who scares everyone with his explosive bursts of violence. Haru gets suspended on the first day of school when he encounters some bullies harassing a student and dispatches the bullies with great bloody violence. Mizutani is tasked with delivering school materials to Haru who interprets this as an act of friendship and latches on to Mizutani, much to her dismay. And so begins a strange and potentially combustible relationship!

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FullmetalDragon FullmetalDragon says...

Both series feature romance in a school setting, between two pretty simple and straightforward characters that really have no goddamn clue what they're doing. Ok, that's a lie, I think Nekota vaguely knows what's up, but Mikki more than makes up for it with her cluelessness, whereas in My Little Monster they share they stupidity. Both are super cute and have some fun characters, both main and secondary, so I think if you liked one you'll like the other too. 

Say I Love You.

Say I Love You.

Mei Tachibana has no friends—and she doesn't need them! Ever since her "friends" betrayed her in elementary school, she's sworn off friendship entirely. All it leads to is betrayal and heartbreak, and she's well enough on her own. But everything changes when she accidentally roundhouse kicks the most popular boy in school! However, Yamato Kurosawa isn't angry in the slightest—in fact, he thinks his ordinary life could use an unusual girl like Mei! He won't take no for an answer, and soon Mei and Yamato embark on an unwanted friendship that will change both of them forever.

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FullmetalDragon FullmetalDragon says...

Both series feature a super popular boy falling for a rather unusual girl. They have a weird but fun relationship, and honestly all the characters in both are awesome, so it's hard not too like them :P

Skip Beat!

Skip Beat!

Kyoko moves to the big city with the prince of her dreams Shotaro; he wants to make it big in the entertainment business, so she works hard at many different jobs to support him as he achieves his dream. However, one day, Kyoko accidentally discovers the horrible truth: the love of her life thinks of her as a 'plain and boring woman!' Outraged, Kyoko swears revenge - she will make it even bigger than Shotaro in the entertainment world. The only question is, how will she fulfill her desire?

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FullmetalDragon FullmetalDragon says...

Both series feature a seriously happy-go-lucky girl's relationship with a rather stoic and popular guy. Nekota is obviously set in a school environment, whereas Skip Beat is set in the world of showbiz, but both are awesome and worth a read!

Here is Greenwood

Here is Greenwood

Hasukawa Kazuya has absolutely no luck. The woman he loves has just married his older brother, and in order to avoid the lovey dovey couple, Hasukawa decides to enter the dorm of a prestigious high school. However this dorm, named Greenwood , seems to be home to the school's strangest students and thanks to Hasukawa's bad luck he ends up as the roommate and neighbor of the three strangest students of all! It seems Hasukawa's dreams of a quiet life are all but doomed as he gets swept up in the antics of Greenwood 's residents!

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Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai (Light Novel)

Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai (Light Novel)

Hasegawa Kodaka has transferred schools, and he's having a hard time making friends. It doesn't help that his blond hair tends to make people think he's a delinquent. One day, he runs into his bad-tempered solitary classmate Yozora while she's talking animatedly to her imaginary friend Tomo. Realizing that neither of them have any actual friends, they decide that the best way to alter this situation is to form a club and start recruiting. That is how "Rinjinbu" was formed, a club specifically designed for people who don't have very many friends. As other lonely classmates slowly join their little club, they'll try to learn how to build friendships through cooking together, playing games, and other group activities. But will this group of relationship-challenged misfits really be able to get along?

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Three Leaves, Three Colors

Three Leaves, Three Colors

Futaba Odagiri is the energetic transfer student who befriends Teru Hayama, the class president who is meaner than she looks, and Youko Nishikawa, a former rich girl who still acts like a princess. Three very different girls who only share one thing: the kanji for leaf in their names. Balancing school and life is hard enough, but what about dealing with clashing personalities on top of it all?

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I'm From Japan

I'm From Japan

Tokio Abiko has left his hometown in Yamagata prefecture to enter school in the great metropolis of Tokyo. On his first day, he encounters one of his classmates, a strange boy called Japan Hinomoto. Tokio soon realizes that Japan is the master of a very peculiar martial art – Todofu-ken: the Metro-erritorial Pre-fist-ure Style! With each of the 47 styles themed after a prefecture of Japan, enjoy a hilarious and unique tour of the country!

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Haru Hana: The Complete Collection

Haru Hana: The Complete Collection

Hana Yamada has a bizarre condition that causes her to break out in hives whenever she touches a boy. Luckily, a few sips of the green tea she always carries is a quick remedy to her symptoms, and she is able to live a relatively normal life. That is, until Hana is forced to work odd jobs for the flamboyant Shinnosuke and handsome yet hostile Haru, to repay her older sister's debts! Though she's less than thrilled about her new predicament, Hana is determined to do her best and help others. But with her condition, even making friends is harder than it seems!

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