Looking for anime that resonates with the charm of Kiss X Sis? Dive into our handpicked collection of anime series that mirror its themes.
If Kissxsis strikes a chord with you, “See Me After Class” is definitely worth exploring. This riveting harem anime follows Yuuki Kagami, a boy forced into a feminine disguise after an accidental placement in a girls-only dorm.
Kiss X Sis aficionados might also delight in series like Yosuga no Sora, OniAi, Aki Sora, and the comedic Green Green, which narrates the amusing merger of an all-male school with its female counterpart. Many of these titles can be streamed on platforms such as Hulu and Crunchyroll, available both in sub and dub.
Once you’ve binged Kissxsis, which anime will be next on your list?
See Me After Class
If you’re searching for “kiss x sis like anime,” the intriguing premise of See Me After Class and Otorinashi Academy’s latest mix-up might capture your attention.
At Otorinashi Academy, a simple clerical error finds male student Yuuki Kagami assigned to the girls’ dormitory. With no other rooms available, he unexpectedly finds himself rooming with Ayana Kakinozaka, the enchanting yet scatterbrained teacher responsible for the mix-up.
To remain in the school and avoid eviction for breaching dormitory gender rules, Yuuki adopts an unanticipated strategy: cross-dressing outside his room during non-class hours. As his reluctant guardian, Ayana joins him in this elaborate ruse.
Aki Sora: Yume no Naka
If you’re searching for anime like “kiss x sis,” Aki Sora might be right up your alley.
Masahiro Itosugi both wrote and illustrated this Japanese manga series, which garnered enough attention to inspire an OVA adaptation by Hoods Entertainment, released alongside the manga’s third volume on December 17, 2008. From a tender age, Sora Aoi has shared heartfelt “I love you” exchanges with his captivating older sister, Aki.
Yosuga no Sora
For those seeking a touching narrative, “Yosuga no Sora” (aired on AT-X in 2010) is a romance drama anime worth watching. Stemming from the adult visual novel by CUFFS, Feel Animation Studio brought this tale to life. After a devastating car accident leaves the Kasugano twins orphaned, they journey by rail to their grandparents’ home in the countryside, determined to piece together their broken lives.
Daisuke Suzuki penned the Japanese light novel series “OniAi,” adorned with illustrations by Gekka Urū. Silver Link animated this intriguing tale, and it aired in Japan from October 5 to December 21, 2012.
The story centers on the Himenokōji twins, Akito and Akiko. Following a six-year separation after their parents’ tragic demise, Akito makes a heartfelt choice to reunite with Akiko and embrace family life once again.
My Wife is the Student Council President
In this anime series, Hayato Izumi stands as the vice-president of his high school council. However, his life takes an unexpected twist when he discovers that Ui Wakana, the council president, will become his housemate due to an agreement their parents made years ago—an agreement Hayato desperately wants to keep under wraps.
While Ui’s forward advances unsettle him, Rin Misumi, the school’s stern disciplinary committee head, also begins to harbor feelings for Hayato.
Kanokon, penned by Katsumi Nishino and adorned with Koin’s illustrations, is a captivating Japanese light novel series. Media Factory released the inaugural volume under its MF Bunko J imprint on October 31, 2005, and went on to publish 15 volumes by December 24, 2010.
The title “Kanokon” derives from the phrase “Kanojo wa Kon, to Kawaiku Seki o Shite.” Alongside the light novels, Rin Yamaki illustrated a manga version that graced the pages of Media Factory’s Monthly Comic Alive from August 2006 to August 2010.
Fans also enjoyed a drama CD from Media Factory, released on March 28, 2007. The story made its way to the screen with a twelve-episode anime by Xebec, which broadcast in Japan on AT-X between April and June 2008. Furthermore, Media Blasters secured licensing rights for its North American release.
A few years ago, I gave “To Love Ru Season 1” a watch and wasn’t entirely sold on it. However, a recent rewatch opened my eyes to its fantastic comedic elements. As you delve deeper, the story becomes increasingly intriguing.
The prevalent adult humor skillfully balances out the narrative, offering a light-hearted escape. If you haven’t seen it yet, I’d strongly recommend giving it a shot.
Nyaruko: Crawling with Love!
The premise caught my eye, given that Lovecraftian themes—genuine nods to the Cthulhu mythos—aren’t frequent in anime. It’s refreshing to witness this aesthetic in the medium.
However, while the anime offers some comedic twists, it deviates significantly from the essence of Lovecraft’s tales. Most of the cosmic horror elements fade into the background, replaced by occasional jokes that, to their credit, do elicit laughs. Moreover, the distinctive and eerie designs of Lovecraft’s monsters and deities scarcely appear.
The characters, though rather simplistic, fit the comedic narrative. Yet, a deeper character development would have made Mahiro’s evolving feelings for Nyaruko more convincing.
Yamada’s First Time: B Gata H Kei
B Gata H Kei, crafted by Yoko Sanri, is a distinct four-panel manga that graced the pages of Weekly Young Jump from 2004 to 2011 under Shueisha’s banner.
At its core, the narrative dives into the whirlwind desires of a high school girl. Her self-consciousness about her virginity propels her to chase an unsuspecting, ordinary boy in her class.
This manga transformed into an anime series that aired on KBS and Tokyo MX, starting April 2, 2010, captivating viewers over 12 episodes. FUNimation recognized its charm, licensed it under the title “Yamada’s First Time: B Gata H Kei,” and launched it on DVD and Blu-ray by January 31, 2012.
The story also expanded into a drama CD release.
Nakaimo – My Sister Is Among Them!
Can madness run in the family? Shougo Mikadono starts to wonder as he grapples with his late father’s seemingly bizarre will.
The mandate appears straightforward on the surface: to inherit his hefty fortune, Shougo needs to enroll in a particular school and marry a suitable girl. Sounds uncomplicated, perhaps even a tad pragmatic, doesn’t it? The task seems even more achievable as he interacts with a bevy of amiable schoolgirls. Just find a girl he resonates with.
But there’s a twist. One of these girls shares an unsettling bond with Shougo—she’s his long-lost sister. And the challenge? He hasn’t a clue which one she is. Can Shougo find his ideal match without crossing a deeply ethical line?
Overflow (TV Mini-Series 2020)
Overflow is about a University student Kazushi Sudou gets an unexpected visit from his childhood pals, the Shirakawa sisters, Ayane and Kotone.
However, when Ayane realizes Kazushi neglected to buy her favorite pudding and even used her prized lotion during his bath, she hatches a plan for payback. She and Kotone decide to crash his bath. Faced with this predicament, can the cheeky Kazushi keep his composure around the two?