10 Anime Like The Quintessential Quintuplets

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The Quintessential Quintuplets is a Japanese romantic comedy manga series written and illustrated by Negi Haruba. An anime adaptation by Tezuka Productions aired in 2019.

An exceptional student with a troubled personal life gets hired as a highly-paid tutor for identical quintuplet sisters of varied personalities who have one thing in common: they all hate studying.

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Here are 10 anime similar to The Quintessential Quintuplets!

10. Hensuki: Are you willing to fall in love with a pervert, as long as she’s a cutie?

Buy/Watch on: Amazon

  • Genres: Comedy, Ecchi, Harem, Romance, School
  • Episodes: 12

Why it’s similar

The Quintessential Quintuplets and Hensuki remind me of each other because they are both rom-com harem anime with the main character trying to find his ‘Cinderella’ among them.

Synopsis

An ordinary high school student receives an anonymous love letter along with white panties. Who is the Cinderella that left behind her panties?

The crazy investigation of several uniquely perverted candidates begins!


9. My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU

Buy/Watch on: Amazon

  • Genres: Slice of Life, Comedy, Drama, Romance, School
  • Episodes: 13

Why it’s similar

Both are good comedies set in a school enviroment and have an introverted male character who is in ‘a forced relationship’ with multiple girls.

Synopsis

An antisocial high school student’s life changes completely after he is forced to participate in the “Volunteer Service Club”.


8. Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend

Buy/Watch on: Amazon

  • Genres: Harem, Comedy, Romance, Ecchi, School
  • Episodes: 12

Why it’s similar

Both are harem shows that feature a male protagonist surrounded by a bunch of girls with various interesting personalities.

Synopsis

A high school otaku forms a development team consisting of multiple talented individuals in hopes of creating a visual novel computer game.


7. Clannad

Buy/Watch on: Amazon

  • Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance, School, Slice of Life, Supernatural
  • Episodes: 23

Why it’s similar

Both are about lonely guys helping multiple girls with their problems (either in life, or studies).

Synopsis

A high school student with a bad reputation meets a lonely girl who attends the same school. After they talk, he finds out that the girl had to repeat a year while all her friends finished high school. He decides to hang out with her and soon he not only finds more friends but his whole life starts to shift in a new direction.


6. Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai

Buy/Watch on: Amazon

  • Genres: Comedy, Supernatural, Drama, Romance, School
  • Episodes: 13

Why it’s similar

Both anime are center around loners offering help to attractive ladies.

Synopsis

A supernatural phenomenon called “Adolescence Syndrome” keeps occurring, and causes abnormal and irregular experiences in teens’ lives.

One of those teens is Sakurajima Mai, a teenage actress, who is becoming invisible to everyone. As she wanders through a library dressed as a bunny girl, she is shocked to encounter a boy who can actually see her. After that, he tries to solve this mystery and help her with her syndrome.


5. Oreshura

Buy/Watch on: Amazon

  • Genres: Comedy, Harem, Romance, School
  • Episodes: 13

Why it’s similar

Both are light-hearted harem comedies based around the male protagonist and multiple kawaii girls.

Synopsis

Eita Kido enters high school with the goal of graduating with high enough grades so that he can get a medical school scholarship.

Despite being a teenager, he is incredibly skeptical about love because of the selfish divorce of his parents, and so he persistently tries to avoid any romance.


4. Rent-a-Girlfriend

Buy/Watch on: Crunchyroll

  • Genres: Comedy, Romance, School, Shounen
  • Episodes: 12

Why it’s similar

Both are romantic harem comedies with a boy who is surrounded by bunch of hot girls with unique personalities.

Synopsis

Kazuya Kinoshita is a college student who gets dumped by his girlfriend and tries to rent a girlfriend through a mobile app.

The rental girlfriend, Chizuru Mizuhara, is seemingly perfect. She has the looks, kind personality and leaves an awesome first impression. After the date is over, Kazuya checks the reviews of Chizuru and they are very ambivalent. He starts to believe that she is only playing with the hearts of men and leaves a negative rating on her profile.

Chizuru then reveals her true personality – sassy and quite temperamental, completely different from the first impression. Exactly at that moment Kazuya receives news about his grandma’s collapse and brings Chizuru to the hospital with him. The collapse turns out to be nothing serious, but Kazuya’s grandma is extremely happy about him having a serious relationship with such a nice girl. Unable to tell the truth, the two are “forced” to act as an authentic couple.


3. Domestic Girlfriend

Buy/Watch on: Amazon

  • Genres: Drama, Romance, School, Shounen
  • Episodes: 12

Why it’s similar

The Quintessential Quintuplets and Domestic Girlfriend are both harem anime where the male protagonist ends up attracting cute siblings which results in a romantic rivalry between them (waifu wars, yay!).

Synopsis

Natsuo Fujii is hopelessly in love with his teacher, Hina. Trying to move on, he agrees to a mixer. There he meets an odd girl, Rui Tachibana, who invites him to sneak out. She takes him to her house and asks him to have sex with her. Natsuo, frustrated that his love will not bear fruit anyway, says goodbye to his virginity.

The next day, Natsuo’s dad tells him that he wants to remarry and his prospective partner is coming to their house that evening. When the door opens, it turns out that Rui is Hina’s younger sister and both are daughters of the woman his father wants to marry, Tsukiko Tachibana.

(Source: Wikipedia)


2. Nisekoi

Buy/Watch on: Amazon

  • Genres: Harem, Comedy, Romance, School, Shounen
  • Episodes: 20

Why it’s similar

Both are harem school rom-com stories about the male protagonist and his harem of beautiful waifus. They also share the idea that he has made a childhood promise to one of the girls.

Synopsis

The heir to the Yakuza Family is forced to be in a relationship with the daughter of the head of a gangster family in order to maintain peace between the gangs, much to their displeasure.


1. We Never Learn: BOKUBEN

Buy/Watch on: Amazon

  • Genres: Harem, Comedy, Romance, School, Shounen
  • Episodes: 13

Why it’s similar

Literally almost identical.

A clever student ends up tutoring 5 charming girls. As they ALL warm up to him, he doesn’t get the hint.

Synopsis

A smart high school student receives the renowned scholarship under one condition: he must tutor the school’s geniuses in their weakest subjects! 

Misaka

Hi, my name is Mia and I'm the founder of 9 Tailed Kitsune. I love anime, games, and esports (I am also a bit weird). My passion for anime sparked when I was about 7 (Phantom Thief Jeanne, hello!) and has never stopped.

3 thoughts on “10 Anime Like The Quintessential Quintuplets

  • April 18, 2021 at 2:49 am
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    I really enjoyed saekano, I pretty much have to finish off the movie, gutted that there won’t be a 3rd season. The others I haven’t watched. Pleasure to read Mia! 😀

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