The Indisputable High school student Futaro Uesugi is an intellectually talented student who lives a terrible life—his mom has gone, he has no friends, and, on top of it all, his father has accumulated a considerable debt load. When the wealthy Nakano family moves to his school, an opportunity arises. Futaro is recruited as a high-paid tutor right away.
To Futaro’s dismay, however, he realizes that his 5 charges—identical quintuplet sisters with distinct personalities zero desire to study, and have poor grades. Some of the quintuplets are apprehensive about having Futaro, whom they regard as an outsider, in their home, but Futaro’s perseverance ultimately persuades them to accept him and raise their grades. Futaro builds distinct ties in each of the quintuplets all across the show. He finally married one of them, however, her true self is revealed only towards the end of the show, thanks to a flash ahead. Kodansha USA, under the Kodansha Comics banner, publishes the series in English. Crunchyroll and Funimation have partnered to bring the anime to North America. Tezuka Productions’ anime television series adaption broadcast on TBS and other channels from January to March 2019. Bibury Animation Studios developed a second season, which broadcast between January to March 2021. In May 2022, a cinematic adaptation of the second series will be launched. Netflix has the entire series viewable. Here are other similar TV series to this one.
1. Oresuki Are You The Only One Who Loves Me?
Amatsuyu “Joro” Kisaragi, a typical high school student, is asked out alone with the two attractive girls: upperclassman Sakura “Cosmos” Akino and their close friend Aoi “Himawari” Hinata. He proudly finally meets every one of them in turn, hoping to hear about their apologies. Cosmos and Himawari, on the other hand, admit to Joro that they prefer their close friend, Taiy “Sun-chan” ga, to him. He unwillingly agrees to assist both females in their pursuit of Sun-chan in the hopes of dating the loser, only to be confessed to by the unassuming bookworm Sumireko “Pansy” Sanshokuin, the girl Sun-chan loves.
Oresuki is more like a harem animation spoof than a real harem anime, yet it manages to capture the show’s genuine affection while adding lots of good tongue-in-cheek meta-humor on top. It’s an excellent choice for those who either despise harem anime or have watched plenty of it. Funimation presently has the show available to view.
After a month of dating, Kazuya Kinoshita is ditched by his partner Mami Nanami. He then decides to hire a girlfriend named Chizuru Mizuhara, a gorgeous and lovely female, through dating apps. He does, however, give her a low rating as he feels she is untruthful. When Chizuru chastises him for it, he learns she is crueler than he had anticipated. When Kazuya’s grandmother is admitted to the hospital after collapsing, he brings Chizuru with him, and his grandma is charmed by her beauty. To keep up appearances with his family and friends, Kazuya continues to rent Chizuru, but things become tricky when they uncover they will be next apartment neighbors and attend the very same college. Some girls from those in the rental girlfriend company end up joining in as well. Crunchyroll has the show available to watch online.
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3. Love Hina
The plot is a seinen romantic comedy about such a naive young fellow who continually falls onto beautiful women changing their clothes or having a bath. The one-guy-surrounded-by-pretty-girls premise, which can also be found in series like Tenchi Muyo, is clearly an anime cliche (and even Neon Genesis Evangelion). The Roku Channel, Crunchyroll, Pluto TV, Retrocrush, and VRV are presently streaming “Love Hina”- Season 1 for free.
4. The Royal Tutor
The king has invited Heine Wittgenstein, a guy who is sometimes misunderstood for a tiny kid, to the imperial palace of Glanzreich to function also as a royal teacher towards the four younger princesses—Kai, Bruno, Leonhard, as well as Licht—in order to make them into capable candidates for the crown. However, he finds his job tough due to his charges’ complicated personalities, which have caused every tutor they’ve would have to resign. Crunchyroll has the series available to watch online.
5. Wotakoi: Love Is Hard For Otaku
If you like Quintuplets for its beauty and a great representation of the Shoujo genre, you might enjoy this short romp about nerds in love. The fact that the main ship gets united within the first episode is a key feature that makes it separate out from the anime usual. After this, it’s less about “Will they? Won’t they?” and more about the sweet intricacies of a new relationship. The series, on the other hand, is still quite aware of the tropes that already have made Shoujos so popular, and it does a brilliant job of parodying and praising them as well. Netflix has the series available to view.
6. Mr. Osomatsu
The Matsuno brothers, Osomatsu, Karamatsu, Choromatsu, Ichimatsu, Jyushimatsu, and Todomatsu, are all identical sextuplets that start mayhem in the original Osomatsu-Kun series. The brothers are 10 years older than their original counterparts, according to Mr. Osomatsu (with the action taking place in a contemporary setting). Every one of the siblings has grown up to be indolent NEETs, with every sibling developing their own specific personality. The brothers are followed in their ordinary (and occasionally made-up) lives in this series. The show can be watched for free with commercials on Tubi TV, Crunchyroll, Pluto TV, VRV, or purchased as a download on Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies, Vudu, and Amazon Video.
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7. Ouran High School Host Club
Haruhi Fujioka is a scholarship student at the prestigious Ouran Academy, a fictitious institution of rich kids located in Bunkyo, Tokyo. Haruhi is seeking one peaceful study location until she comes into the Third Music Room, which is currently occupied by the Ouran Academy Host Club, a group of six male students who convene to entertain female “guests” with desserts and teas. Haruhi unintentionally damages a priceless vase valued at $8,000,000 (about $80,000) during their first encounter and is forced to work as the club’s courier boy to pay off the debt. The Hosts assume her for a male student because of her haircut, slouching clothes, and gender-ambiguous face, but they suddenly notice she is a female student. On April 27, 2009, the show premiered on the Funimation Channel in North America.
8. Domestic Girlfriend
Hina, Natsuo Fujii’s instructor, is desperately in love with him. In order to move forward, he accepts a mixer. There he meets Rui Tachibana, an odd girl who invites him to sneak out. She brings him to her home and requests that they have love. Natsuo lost his virginity to her, angry knowing his passion will never bring fruit. Natsuo’s father informs him the next day that he wishes to remarry and that his probable spouse will be seeing them that evening. When the door opens, it reveals that Rui is Hina’s younger sister and that they are both daughters of Tsukiko Tachibana, the woman his father wishes to marry. Currently, fans may watch “Domestic Girlfriend – Season 1” on HiDive or Crunchyroll, VRV, for free with commercials.
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9. Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend
This is the story of Tomoya Aki, a male high school kid who works part-time to support his otaku lifestyle (anime, dating sims, and associated items), who meets a lovely girl during spring vacation. After a month, he discovers that perhaps the girl is his classmate, Megumi Kato, who is little noticed by her peers. In order to build a graphic novel video game, he enlists the help of school beauties Eriri Spencer Sawamura for drawing and Utaha Kasumigaoka for game writing. The three most recognized students at the school (Tomoya, Eriri, and Utaha) form the development team “Blessing Software” when Tomoya convinces Megumi to feature as “female lead” (the main character’s love interest) of his game. The series covers their development of the game, and also their efforts to market it at the Comiket event, and also their romantic entanglements. Crunchyroll has the series accessible to watch. From April 6, 2017, to June 23, 2017, another season of the show aired exclusively on Amazon Video.
10. A Sister’s All You Need
The novelist Itsuki Hashima is surrounded by a number of characters, including a gorgeous genius writer who adores him, a big-sisterly college fellow student, a fellow male writer, a nasty tax accountant, and his editor. As the novel progresses, the underlying conflicts of ambitions and goals become more apparent, as each character tries in their own unique way to realize their goals. Each of their works is littered with light novel tropes and ideas. The series is currently available for viewing on Funimation.
11. Senpai Bunny Doesn’t Dream of Rascal
When Sakuta Azusagawa encounters adolescent artist Mai Sakurajima, disguised as a bunny girl, walking through a library unnoticed by anybody else, his life takes an unexpected turn. Mai is intrigued by the fact that Sakuta is the only one who can see her, as no one else can, even whether she is dressed properly or seeking to avoid celebrity life. Sakuta coined the term “Adolescence Syndrome” to describe this phenomenon, and she sets out to unravel the riddle while continuing to get closer to Mai and meeting other girls who have “Adolescence Syndrome” as well. Fans may currently watch “Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai” on Netflix, Hulu, Funimation Now, or Funimation Now, Crunchyroll, VRV for free with advertisements.
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12. We Never Learn
Nariyuki Yuiga is a senior high school student at Ichinose Academy who will coach three female geniuses in various areas in addition to securing a college scholarship: Fumino Furuhashi is a genius in literature but a poor mathematician; Rizu Ogata is a genius in mathematics but dreadful literature, and Uruka Takemoto is a genius in sports but a dreadful at all subjects. The girls must deal with their growing affections for Nariyuki as they work with him to attain their academic ambitions. Two more girls are highlighted as the novel progresses Mafuyu Kirisu, their instructor who, despite her expertise, is a mess at home, and Asumi Kominami, and rnin who, despite her age, has the looks of a middle schooler.
13. Hibike! Euphonium
Kyoto Animation, the anime company that symbolizes sweetness and cuteness, has released an anime that has audiences a little too immersed in the high school band’s emotional stakes. Get ready for Hibike if you like The Quintessential Quintuplets for its adorable females and Shoujo drama. This series features a slew of female characters who weave intertwined tales of desire, personality, and connections into a cathartic drama. Crunchyroll has the show accessible to watch.
14. Baka and Test
Baka and Test are one of the most ludicrous shows ever to take place at a high school for people engaged in the character-driven comedy and slapstick fun that Quintuplets deployed amongst its foolish females and even a main focus on just studying. Baka and Test, set in a school with a strict class system, ups the ante by letting its characters fight each other utilizing holographic avatars and their own exam scores as battle parameters. As ensuring good marks bears even more amusing risks, this lends the standard anime comedy a great, sci-fi coat of paint. This is a light-hearted series with some wonderful romance thrown in for good measure. Hulu Has the series available to watch online.