Best Anime To Watch If You Love Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei

Anime shows like Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei are rare to find—I mean, how many yuri isekai anime do you know? It’s certainly one of the unique takes on the isekai genre!

This series centers around two gorgeous noble girls, Anisphia and Euphyllia.

Anishpia is a princess reborn, but she ain’t about that royal life. Instead, she’s all about developing her own theory of magic, called “magicology”. The catch is, even though she’s obsessed with magic, she can’t use it. So, her little bro Algard has to take care of all the royal duties.

Now, Algard’s supposed to marry this girl named Euphyllia, who’s the daughter of a duke. But, he’s not really feeling her and would rather hang out with a commoner girl.

But, things get messy when Euphyllia tries to stop him from breaking off their engagement. Algard goes ahead and publicly shames her by calling her a bully. Ouch.

That’s when Anishpia shows up out of nowhere and saves Euphyllia from the drama. Moved by Euphyllia’s tears, she takes her on a flying broomstick and offers her a job as her assistant.

With that being said, here is a list of 10 anime shows that are like Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei (The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady).

10. Liz and the Blue Bird

Like Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei, Liz and the Blue Bird features a girl duo with contrasting personalities whose dynamics play a key role in the story. However, the two anime have distinct themes and focuses, and the latter is a movie.

Mizore and Nozomi are part of their school’s concert band. The flick dives into their friendship as they try to figure out who they are and what they want while dealing with the pressure of being bandmates.

When the two of them get chosen to play a duet together, things start getting real between them. Mizore’s kind of quiet and shy, while Nozomi’s the life of the party, and that leads to some drama as they try to understand each other better.

As they get closer to the big performance, Mizore and Nozomi have to confront their own insecurities and work out the kinks in their friendship if they want to find harmony both in their music and their relationship.

9. Sweet Blue Flowers

Another yuri anime like Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei is Sweet Blue Flowers. The biggest similarity between them lies in having a charismatic girl who helps bring the introverted, shy girl out of her shell.

Fumi and Akira reunite in high school after being separated for many years.

Fumi is struggling with heartbreak and her sexuality, while Akira is navigating her own romantic feelings.

The story follows their friendship and the relationships they develop with the people around them.

8. Izetta: The Last Witch

Izetta: The Last Witch is an anime series set in an alternate version of Europe during World War II.

The story follows a young princess named Finé who forms an unlikely alliance with a powerful witch named Izetta. Together, they fight against the enemy forces trying to take over their country, using Izetta’s magic and Finé’s leadership skills to turn the tide of the war.

As they continue to battle, they uncover a deeper conspiracy and struggle to protect their homeland and each other.

For those that enjoyed the yuri scenes and magicology of Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou KakumeiIzetta’s girls’ love undertones and broomsticks/magic will be an absolute treat.

7. I’m In Love With The Villainess

All aboard the yuri train! From what we know by far, I’m In Love With The Villainess, which is slated for 2023, shares multiple similarities with Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei. The biggest one is that it’s going to be a girls’ love isekai anime.

Oohashi Rei works a boring office job and gets worked to death. But then she gets reincarnated as Rae Taylor, the hotshot babe in her fave otome game, Revolution.

Here’s the twist: Rae isn’t into any of the game’s original romance options with the princes from the Bauer Kingdom. She’s all about Claire François, the game’s main villain.

She uses her knowledge of the game’s storyline to try and give Claire a happy ending before things get really messy and the revolution destroys everything.

6. Ascendance of a Bookworm

Ascendance of a Bookworm also offers a fresh take on the isekai genre. And is not afraid to dive deep into the nitty-gritty details of the world and the characters.

Urano Motosu is a book-loving girl who gets reborn in a fantasy world. But in this new world, books are super rare, and Urano is super sad about it.

Determined to get her hands on some books, Urano, now named Myne, uses her smarts to create a bunch of book-related inventions, but it’s not easy when you’re broke and powerless. Still, Urano doesn’t give up, and with the help of her new friends, she finds a way to make her dreams come true.

Similar to Anishpia, Myne is a strong female protagonist with a passion for something outside of what society they live in approves. Furthermore, both anime shows strike a perfect balance between heartwarming and serious moments, making for a well-rounded viewing experience.

5. The Executioner and Her Way of Life

If you enjoyed the relationship between the female leads in Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei, then you will love The Executioner and Her Way of Life.

This lesser-known series is a yuri/isekai story that showcases similar chemistry between its female protagonists.

In The Executioner and Her Way of Life, an average student Mutou Mitsuki gets transported to a new realm where he’s told he has a remarkable power. However, he’s kicked out for not having a “Special Concept.”

Feeling down, he meets a priestess named Menou who helps Lost Ones like him. Menou invites him to stay at her church and they discover that Mutou’s power is actually really dangerous.

But, is Menou really trying to help Lost Ones or do something else?

4. Ningen Fushin 

While Ningen Fushin and Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei have different storylines, they both belong to the isekai genre and share the common theme of betrayal as a plot device.

Ningen Fushin tells the story of four individuals: Nick, a veteran adventurer, Tiana, a mage, Tiana, Zem, a cleric, and Curran, a half-dragon. Each of them has experienced the painful sting of betrayal by someone they once trusted, resulting in a state of financial destitution.

One day, by chance, they all meet in a bar and begin to share their stories. It is during this conversation that Nick proposes an idea: they should join forces, climb the ranks together, and earn enough money to support their hobbies. The others are intrigued and agree to Nick’s proposal.

Little do they know, their decision to band together would lead them on a quest to save the world from grave danger.

3. My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!

Catarina Claes finds herself reincarnated in the world of an otome game, but with a twist: she has been reborn as the villainess character.

With her previous knowledge of the game, she must use her understanding of the plot to avoid the inevitable bad ending that awaits her.

Despite their differences, both anime series feature a female protagonist who follows her gut. Besides, they both give off wholesome and lighthearted vibes.

2. I’m the Villainess, So I’m Taming the Final Boss

Like Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei, I’m the Villainess, So I’m Taming the Final Boss is an isekai anime about a noble girl who was originally engaged to the prince. However, she gets dumped by the prince in favor of a commoner, and she ends up falling in love with the prince’s older sibling.

While the premise sounds similar to Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei, there are some key differences. For one, I’m the Villainess, So I’m Taming the Final Boss is not a yuri anime, and it’s set in a fantasy world that is based on an otome game.

According to IMDb, in this series, a doomed villainess in a dating game realizes her fate and role and seeks to prevent her doom by romantically connecting with the game’s other villain.

1. Lycoris Recoil

Moreso than almost any other series, Lyrocis Recoil and Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei are cut from the same cloth. The personalities and dynamics between the duos in both anime are remarkably alike, and it’s difficult to overlook.

In fact, I believe that Lyrocis Recoil is essentially the same as Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei, with the only significant difference being that the latter has an isekai setting.

Direct Attack (DA) is a syndicate that raises orphaned girls as assassins to carry out hits under their “Lycoris” program, and it’s thanks to them that terrorist acts in Japan are at an all-time low. Takina Inoue is one of DA’s top assassins, but a hostage situation gets her kicked out of the organization and sent to a new base—LycoReco, a cafe in disguise.

Takina’s new partner is nothing as she expected. Chisato Nishikigi, a legendary Lycoris, doesn’t seem to care about her duties and instead drags Takina along on weird jobs to help people. And get this, Chisato even takes down armed attackers without killing them! Takina’s confused and just wants to get back to DA, but Chisato wants to show her there’s more to life than killing.

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Mia Milanová
Mia Milanová

For years, I've been writing about anime & digital marketing, fusing my academic background (psychology) with my love for writing and anime (200+ shows devoured!). At 9 Tailed Kitsune, I share my love for anime and create a space for fans to connect. ✨

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