6 Must-Watch Reverse Harem Anime With Beautiful & Meaningful Stories

In a popular post of mine, My Love Affair With Reverse Harem SeriesI talked about my delight in watching/reading gyaku harem series.  The main draw of reverse harem for me is of course the hot, hot, HOT bishounen.  I consider myself to be an analytical anime watcher, but reverse harem series can make me into a shallow fangirl.  Not that I’m ashamed of it.  No, not at all.

I encounter quite a lot of anime fans who claim that reverse harem series are their “guilty” pleasures.  Why feel “guilty”?  It seems that most of them feel ashamed of enjoying “shallow” and “crappy” reverse harem shows.  As a gyaku harem fan, I’ll be the first to admit that most series in this genre have horribly crappy stories.  Yes, the guys are always smoking HOT and their voices can usually strum you as deeply as the strings of your ovaries, but the reverse harem genre as a whole is not known for ground-breaking or oh-my-freaking-gosh-that’s-so-awesome type of stories.

But this is not always the case.  There are hidden gems in this often-stigmatized genre that have a harem of delicious hot guys PLUS beautiful AND meaningful stories.  Yes, you read that right.  These series that I compiled are nothing like those crappy yet still doki-doki-inducing Diabolik Lovers Amnesia.  I compiled this list for those who want to watch reverse harem series without shame and at the same time enjoy mentally-stimulating stories that they’ll remember long after watching the series.  So here we go:

6 Must-Watch Reverse Harem Anime With Beautiful & Meaningful Stories

6. Harukanaru Toki no Naka de (遙かなる時空の中で)
One of the most overlooked series in this genre.  Not many people know about this show.  The premise is very similar to Fushigi Yuugi, so much so that it may feel like a total rip-off.  But don’t ignore it!  It’s totally worth watching.  Although the story is not as solid or as complicated as Fushigi Yuugi, I personally like the heroine Akane in this series better than Miaka.  Akane is more emotionally-stable and less annoying.  I also like that she knows how to use her powers and uses it to save herself and the people around her, instead of always relying on the gorgeous men surrounding her.  Overall, it’s an enjoyable series with a fairly strong heroine and, of course, a harem of hot guys.

Harukanaru Toki no Naka de

5. Hakuouki (薄桜鬼)
The art and character designs in this series are BEAUTIFUL!!!  The men are so attractive!  Anyway, this is probably the darkest and most depressing reverse harem series that I’ve ever watched.  So many losses in battle and so many (cries) deaths.  So much blood, blood, and more blood everywhere.  But even if my heart felt like it was being squeezed to death, I couldn’t stop watching this series because the story itself absorbed me.  It combines (fairly accurate) historical facts with fantastical elements, creating a very, very, very serious story that is atypical of most shallow reverse harem series.  I also like that the romance between the heroine Yukimura and the main hero Hijikata is gradual.  The romance makes sense and feels refreshingly innocent compared to the I’m-so-hot-so-I’ll-tease-and-seduce-you type of romantic developments in other reverse harem series. P.S. The love triangle is awesome!

hakuouki season 2

4. Akatsuki no Yona (暁のヨナ)
lt was only recently that I got hooked by this series.  I read chapter 1 of the manga some years ago but dropped it because I hated the spoiled, selfish, and stupid Yona.  However, I took it up again recently and I’ve been kicking myself ever since.  Yes, it was annoying at first but it gradually became more and more awesome.  What I love the most about this series is the character development.  It’s very gradual, and you feel like you’re growing alongside Yona as she becomes stronger and braver.  I argue that this series has the strongest character development in all the reverse harem series I’ve ever watched.  The story is engaging, and it’s very easy to imagine yourself living inside its world.  The motivations of each character are clearly presented that it’s sometimes hard to hate the “villains” because they’ve been effectively humanized.  It’s still ongoing, so I can’t deliver a final verdict until I know the ending.  But so far it’s now included in my all-time favourite reverse harem series.  I also hope that they make season 2 of the anime and adapt the rest of the manga.  Crossing my fingers.

akatsuki no yona anime poster

3. Fushigi Yuugi (ふしぎ遊戯)
Ah, the corruptor of my childhood innocence.  This is a staple of every reverse harem fans.  You can’t call yourself an official reverse harem fan if you haven’t watched or at least heard of Fushigi Yuugi.  This classic is my first taste into the delicious world of gyaku harem.  Still can’t believe my parents let me watch this anime as a little kid, but I’m not complaining.  This is not a cutesy-cute-I-like-you-do-you-like-me-too type of romance.  This is adult love with seductions, sex, and heartbreaks.  It’s not perfect; far from it.  Miaka is one annoying heroine, but the strength is in the story.  Not to mention the dynamic harem!  It’s complicated enough to pull your interest in the long run, but not too complicated to confuse you.  I absolutely recommend this series!

fushigi yuugi

2. Hanasakeru Seishounen (花咲ける青少年)
Oh, my gosh.  Just thinking about this series is enough to make me swoon.  Beautiful, just beautiful.  Everything about this series is beautiful.  I would say that this is the most original and the most romantic reverse harem anime that I’ve ever watched.  Kajika is my ideal heroine.  She’s confident and most importantly, she’s mentally and emotionally strong.  She doesn’t take sh*t from anyone—unlike most heroines in this genre—and she’s not afraid to fight back.  I love re-watching this series because it’s just so beautiful, and I fall in love all over again every time I watch it.  The ending was such an intense climax that it brought me to tears and laughter at the same time.  Beautiful!  Definitely a must-watch!

hanasakeru seishounen

1. Saiunkoku Monogatari (彩雲国物語)
This series is #1 on my reverse harem list because it has the most intelligent story that I’ve ever watched in any gyaku harem series.  It engages my analytical mind, while at the same time satisfies my inner romantic reverse harem fangirl.  The political aspect of the story is well-executed; it surprisingly doesn’t bog the story down.  The heroine, Shuurei, is mentally and emotionally strong.  She’s not as bad-ass compared to Kajika (Hanasakeru Seishounen), but she’s definitely an admirable character.  By the second season, my inner feminist is cheering for her as she fights and finally achieves her ambition of holding a government position; thus becoming the first woman ever in history to do so.  There are also action-packed battles in this series, but the majority of conflicts are on the mental and emotional level.  Some of you may find the political and historical aspects boring, but I argue that they enhance the overall story and of course the romance as well.  It’s #1 on my list because even if it doesn’t have the most beautiful story—that belongs to Hanasakeru SeishounenSaiunkoku Monogatari has the most MEANINGFUL story that I’ve ever watched in any reverse harem series.  I hope that you’ll think the same way, too, when you get the chance to watch it.

saiunkoku monogatari

And that’s it for my list of 6 Must-Watch Reverse Harem Anime With Beautiful & Meaningful Stories.  If you haven’t done so yet, don’t forget to check out my popular post My Love Affair With Reverse Harem Series for my other recommended reverse harem titles.

Of course, there are still other reverse harem series that I haven’t watched yet.  I haven’t watched Uta no Prince-sama and Akagami no Shirayuki-hime yet, so I can’t really say much about them for now.  If you know other reverse harem anime and of course manga that you think I haven’t watched/read yet, please by all means share them with me.  I would be delighted to hear about your recommendations.

Enjoy watching the series on this list!  Have fun.  And of course keep on ogling hot guys.  Cheers!

-Arria

Links:
Akatsuki no Yona Anime Website (Japanese)
Hakuouki Anime Website (Japanese)
Hanasakeru Seishounen Anime at NHK (Japanese)
Saiunkoku Monogatari Anime at NHK (Japanese)


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61 thoughts on “6 Must-Watch Reverse Harem Anime With Beautiful & Meaningful Stories”

  1. Recently found your site while researching for mangas to read and got interested because we have the same taste! Hahahaha unfortunately I’ve read/watched all your reccommendations but thats what interested me cause your reviews on them are similar to mine. Jist felt nostgic and happy someone thinks the same way as I do. I absolutely loved Hanasakeru Seishounen and Saiunkoku Monogatari. I have a soft spot to those 2 anime since I watched it when I was in my teens. HS ending always makes me cry because of the ending song and I feel sad for Rumaty and oh my god Eugene. 😭 As for Saiunkoku, well Shuurei is amazing need I say more. I wanted more. The ending of the novel made me so so so sad. Currently addicted to Akatsuki No Yona. And J have a soft spot for Ouran and Vampire Knight too. Team Kaname I love you hahaha.

    Sorry this is too long. Xoxox

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  2. I have watched a bit of Yona and enjoyed it. I can see how the heroine would initially put readers off, due to being a spoiled princess, but the writer does a fine job of forcing her to mature via the hardships she experiences.

    Humanized villains are cool. Both sides having credible justifications for their actions is always more interesting than a generic evil doer who simply wants to rule the world.

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    1. The anime adapts the very early parts of the manga. If (crossing my fingers), they decide to make season 2, then I’m sure that you’ll enjoy Yona even more. Yona becomes way more awesome after the part the anime adapted.
      I agree. Humanized antagonists are cool. You can’t hate them. You sympathize with them that sometimes you even want them to succeed to the detriment of the protagonist. It’s a good series. Thanks for dropping by & sharing your thoughts on it.

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    1. I’m not disrespecting “Amnesia”. I’ll recognize that the games are awesome, if what my friends who play the games say is true. However, the anime is just not up to par especially when compared the 6 compared series I included here. True, the art & animation style of “Amnesia” is way better than these, but the story of “Amnesia” is not something to be proud of, in my opinion.

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  3. Great recommendations! I’ve been reading Fushigi Yugi off and on for years now, currently 9 volumes in, and I’m really into the Hakuoki 3DS game right now (that neutral ending… Ow, my heart…) so I’m really keen on dabbling in the reverse harem genre now. These seem like a good place to start!

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    1. I don’t play otome games, but I hear that the Hakuouki game is really good with interesting endings different from the one the anime chose. The anime is very depressing, but if you don’t mind that, I recommend that you give it a try. The art is really nice, although the romance is a bit more toned down compared to the other series in my list. Anyway, I’m glad that you find this list helpful into starting your journey in the reverse harem genre. Hope that you enjoy them! Cheers!

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  4. My Senpai always bragging me bout this and that of Hakuoki, kinda annoyed me since I never watch the anime and as if we speak in two different language when I am with her lol. I’m doubting that I’d like this anime, and at the end it’s just “kokoro ga itai desu”-an after watch effect. But I believe in you that this is worth watching. Yup finally, after reading this, I have my resolve to watch Hakuoki. Thanks for your recommendation!

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    1. Ahahaha! Thank you, but it’s still up to you whether you’ll like it or not. It never hurts to try watching it. Just watch and see how you feel afterwards. Yes, it’s very depressing and the ending may feel unsatisfying, but it’s worth a watch especially if you consider yourself a reverse anime fan. It sure is better story-wise than the other reverse harem series. Anyway, I hope that you enjoy watching it—even if it’s a depressing series. Thanks for dropping by. Cheers!

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      1. Sorry…I disagree, I just find Hakuoki sooooo boring (how come anime about shinsengumi can be so boring) and I just can’t connect for any of the character…so I practically cheer when they all dead, good riddance (what a boring, dull ass of show w/ mediocre sakuga, artwork animations, executions, framming, coreography, etc), I prefer the depiction of shinsengumi on shonen series like Rurouni Kenshin and Peace Maker Kurogane or heck even TouRanbu. At least the shinsengumi on those are more or less like the actual history (although still fantasy) and not used for romancing a stupidly bland female protagonist that just so blander than anything.

        Out of those series above, I only like 2 of it which I think have a decent or at least good writing and story and not just bland protagonist romancing hot boys, which is Saiunkoku and Yona.

        Let’s just say I have my own standard for anime that belong to my most fav lists after watching stuff like Evangelion, some Gundam series, GiTS SAC, Seirei no Moribito, Legend of Galactic Heroes, Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinju, Ghibli’s movies (Miyazaki and Takehata), Juuni kokuki, Steins Gate, etc..etc..or even reading more sophisticated/genuine/auntentic story like Sangatsu no Lion, Otoyomegatari, Shoukoku no Altair, Golden Kamuy, Historie, Cesare, Billy Bat, Master Keaton, Kingdom, Arslan Senki, Sekai no Senki, etc..etc..those award winning titles (Tezuka Manga Award, Jpn Media Award, Saiun Award, Manga Taisho Award)…so that’s why the majority of reverse harem series are just on the bottom/forgettable of my list just like any harem (they’re practically the same on different side of coins), with few exceptions like Saiunkoku or Yona on the lesser level.

        I prefer good story/plot with good/interesting charas than just a bunch of hot guys with your typical stock type template characteristic romancing or flirting with a bland, damsel in distress self-insert girl with cute voice and pushover, shy, goodie2 two-shoes architype…that’s why I much more prefer series like Yuri on Ice, Free, Kyou Kara Maou, TouRanbu, Kuroko, Haikyuu, Hakkenden Touhou Hakken Ibun, etc of that type of series where you can just watch those boys having shenanigans interactions/cute bromance among themselves while advancing the plot without the existence of stupid bland female that needs to be romanced with each of them. I hope with the huuuugeeee success of series like Yuri on Ice, TouRanbu, Free, etc that practically outselling/drowned those damned stupid otoge anime adaptations by huge margin, the anime producers in Japan finally realize which one is the more superior or better format (based on my taste) of a simple-fun type entertainment for female fans consumptions in the future.

        That’s just my take as a female anime fan and also a fujoshi for more than 20 years watching/reading anime-manga-novel-literature of all kinds of genre from sci-fi, mecha, fantasy, action, etc.

        It’s quite telling why none of those otoge anime adaptations didn’t have the highest production values from anime studios (compare them with the like of TouRanbu Ufotable, Kuroko-Haikyuu Production IG or as ambitious of YOI Mappa), without any credible/geniuses staffs behind them whether it’s director, scrip-writers, animators, key-animators, etc..etc…the majority of them practically just a third or second-rate productions just like those harem series. If you compare any of them with a major high-quality productions, the differences are so stark.

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      2. Thanks for sharing your opinion. Well, I didn’t say that these titles are the highest quality in the industry. This list is geared towards gyaku harem fans because there are a lot of them who are looking for more anime to watch under this genre. Compared to regular harem, gyaku harem doesn’t have a lot of anime titles. I created this list as a resource to these fans. I recommended these series because I personally found them enjoyable to watch. Now I’m not comparing these anime to masterpieces like Akira, Evangelion, the classic Gundam anime series, Studio Ghibli series because they’re clearly belong in different genre. The masterpieces will always be masterpieces, and they will always leave their mark to anime fans across the generations. Indeed, they are superior and high quality when it comes to the depth and influence of their stories.

        However, I just think the titles in this list are enjoyable and entertaining in their own rights. They might lack the depth, but they accomplish in entertaining those who enjoy watching them. Hakuouki is not for everyone, and I’m not assuming that everyone will like it as much as I do. Each person has their own preferences.

        Anyway, it’s quite interesting reading your comment. Have a lovely day. Cheers!

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  5. Oh My goodness. I LOVE most of these animes. There are a few that I’ll have to check out! I love Fushigi Yuugi, Akatsuki no Yona, and Hakuouki. I will admit, I’m also a bit fangirlish when it comes to hot bishounen. I can’t help myself! These days I find that I’m not really interested that much in anime, especially the second seasons of some of the ones I watched before. I don’t know what it is, maybe it’s because sometimes they feel like it’s the same thing all over again or the writing just felt really sloppy. I don’t know. Maybe I’m so exhausted from day to day stuff that my mind is craving more mental stimulation so I watch way more suspense dramas than anything. I was always more of a romance person, but now I’m finding that I need more suspense to escape! Cheers for the recommendations of 3 other reverse harem animes! I’ll definitely check them out this weekend!

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    1. Yay, girl! High-five. All of us have those days. Just take a break if you find yourself not feeling interested anymore with reverse harem. As for me, I’m a moody watcher so there are times that I don’t want to watch reverse harem at all, but there are times that it’s all I ever watch. Just go with your gut. Watch what you want to watch. What’s your favourite reverse harem?

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      1. I’d have to say my favorite so far is Akatsuki no Yona. I liked how she went from a weak girl to a strong one. Plus, she had a bunch of hot guys around her too, especially Hak. ❤ My ultimate favorite is Hakuouki because Saito Hajime is bloody hot as hell and his seiyuu (Kousuke Toriumi) is my favorite of all time. Hah. I also really liked Hiiro no Kakera and Uta no Pri (but the first season). For some reason I couldn’t get into the second season. There’s supposed to be a chibi version of Hakuouki coming out this spring apparently, did you hear about it?

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      2. Yeah, as much as I love Hakuouki, I find that Chizuru really annoys me. I don’t think they really developed her character all that well and she was far too dependent on the Shinsengumi rather than blossoming into her own woman. Yona turns from a scared princess to a strong woman with all her hardships and stops trying to rely on everyone else so much and uses her own strength and determination to get herself through everything. 😀

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      3. Indeed. I guess the season 2 of Hakuouki was far too abrupt. I don’t think they developed the romance between Hijikata and Chizuru well. It was still romantic, but not really to my liking that much. And you’re right, Chizuru is strong in her own way, but compared to the character development of Yona, she didn’t develop very much. I think the only development is the romance between her and Hijikata.

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    1. Oh! Thank you very much for the recommendation. I’ll put it on my to-watch list. I don’t know when I’ll watch it but I’ll wait until all episodes are out. I don’t like watching airing anime because I dislike waiting every week. The art looks really nice. Thanks again. Happy holidays! Cheers!

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      1. I did both. And so far loving the manga a lot esp. when they talk about Zeno’s past. Don’t want to spoil anything here, but yeah the manga is very interesting. I hope they do more season.

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      2. Yay! Me too. I love the manga. And don’t worry about spoiling anything. I love spoilers. That’s why you’ll never see any “Spoilers Alert” warnings on posts I wrote here. I hope that the anime gets approved for a second season and they adapt the rest of the manga. Crossing my fingers. 😀

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    1. Agree with you there 250%! Akagami Shirayuki-hime is already slated for season 2. So Akatsuki no Yona better have too. And I’ll join you with Soo-Won if they fail to make season 2. 😉

      By the way, have you read the manga?

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  6. Yes, I have read the manga. I like the manga so, so much more than the anime. The anime plotline has been changed at the latter part of the story. The changes totally pissed me off. I

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      1. Wasn’t that part where the main girl managed to prevent the main guy from going to France with his fiancee , and they sort of got together the ending of the anime ? In the manga there’s no such French fiancee, and the mains did get together and got married.

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  7. 3. Fushigi Yuugi (ふしぎ遊戯)
    Ah, the corruptor of my childhood innocence.

    LOL XD I can still remember some uhh inappropriate-for-me-at-the-time images I’d seen from when it was airing on local TV. BUT I wasn’t thinking that they were not meant for my young self. It would take me around a decade to realize that…

    Ahh, it deeply saddens me that the only stuff I’ve seen from your list are Fushigi Yuugi and (just some of) Hakuouki. 😦

    With my watching habit now, I don’t really know when I will formally commence my encounter with the other titles. But for now I made sure to add them to my ever-growing list of to-watch anime. Huhu.

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    1. Ahaha! So you watched it too? High five! As for me, I think I have a vague notion that what I was watching was inappropriate for my age but since my family wasn’t really stopping me from watching, I just continued watching it. I turned out alright and a responsible human being so no harm done. XD

      I think I remember watching a Tagalog-dubbed version of the anime when I was a kid and I was in the Philippines at that time, but I don’t really remember clearly. Was the title Fushigi Yuugi too? Or did they change it?

      Are you fond of reverse harem too? I’m not sure. Because if not, it’s no use trying to force yourself to watch the series in this list, although I’m happy that you watched Fushigi Yuugi. It’ll always have a special place in my heart as the one of the great corruptors of my childhood innocence. Hakuouki is so depressing. Until what episode have you watched it?

      Ahaha! No problem. Mine’s sooooooo loooooong, too, but that’s our lives as anime fans. We never really run out of anime that we’re curious to watch. 😉

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    1. Ouran is another staple for reverse harem anime series fans. In “My Love Affair With Reverse Harem Series”, I included Ouran High Schoo Host Club as one of the reverse harem series that I enjoyed. Unfortunately I didn’t include it here because it’s story is not that deep and meaningful. What other reverse harem series do you like?

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      1. I haven’t watched Uta no Prince-sama yet. Perhaps I’ll watch it during the holidays. We’ll see. The art and the animation in Amnesia is great; the story not so much. I recommend the titles I included in this post. They have really deep and meaningful stories.

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  8. I prefer reverse harem over regular harem series. It breaks my kokoro to see the main girl getting her heart broken by all the beautiful, nasty girls trying to get in the main guy’s pants, and eve succeeding.

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    1. Same here. I enjoyed watching Love Hina when I was younger, though. But right now I’m like you. I prefer reverse harem series because I love watching those handsome 2D guys with their hot voices. What’s your favourite reverse harem?

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      1. I’m super bad at titles. Besides there’s nothing that comes to mind at the moment.
        I think harem implies there are a number of females that actually like one guy, and reverse harem is when two or more guys like one girl. The first that came to mind was Ouran HHS, but I think I cannot categorize this as reverse harem because no guy has shown any serious romantic intentions for the girl. They’re all mere buddies, including the main guy.

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      2. Indeed. There is no serious romantic intention, but they’re interested with her, so I still label Ouran as reverse harem. And besides Ouran focuses more on the comedy. It’s only in the latter part of the manga that the focus veers towards the more serious side of romance. Have you read the manga?

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  9. i dont really sense the harem inside Yona actuall, but overall it was a good story, and it seriously need another season, that ending was pretty much a heavy cliffhanger but not as bad as Mahou Sensou.

    For once imma recommend Grisaia no Kajitsu, Meikyuu and Rakuen, because of its plot and seriousness is seriously not something you see everyday for a Harem anime.

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    1. You’ll sense it more when you read the manga. The anime only showed the first parts of the story. I’m waiting for season 2 announcement. I would be ecstatic if they adapt the rest of Akatsuki no Yona manga into anime.

      Hmmmm. Are those reverse harem series? I think they’re regular harem I’m not as interested in regular harem since I prefer 1 girl-lots of boys type of harem rather than 1 boy-lots of girls type. If you know of any series like that, feel free to share them with me. Thanks!

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  10. I so badly want a season 2 for Akatsuki no Yona so, so bad. I haven’t started reading the manga because I know I’ll love it and when I’m caught up I’m be very upset because I have to wait so all I’m doing right now is waiting. At least the 1st season of the anime shows some type of conclusion.

    Mind telling me what the love triangle in Hakuouki is? I have the otome game of Hakuouki but I haven’t seen the anime. (it’s so damn sad though, the storyline is so deep)

    Thanks for all these recommendations by the way! I’ve mainly only seen the newer reverse harem because I’m a sucker for great graphics and animation and the older ones are normally not as good. But I’ll be sure to watch them anyway.

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    1. Me too! I’m constantly on the look-out for any announcements of season 2 of Akatsuki no Yona. Akagami no Shirayuki-hime is already approved for season 2. Darn it. They should do the same for Akatsuki no Yona. Crossing my fingers.

      Aw. I’m sure you’ll love the manga, but I understand why you’re holding yourself back for now. It’s still ongoing and your just going to frustrate yourself waiting for the next chapter to come out. To be honest, that’s how I’m feeling right now. Sigh. But I don’t regret reading the manga. The story is really absorbing and I really do hope that they adapt the rest of it.

      Oh, the love triangle in Hakuouki is between Chizuru, Hijikata and the Oni Chikage. Honestly, there are many times in the anime when I’m rooting for Chikage to be with Chizuru instead of Hijikata. And you’re right. The storyline is so deep, sad. . .depressing. It hurts the chest when you watch it. I hope that you get to watch the anime someday, although you may find it too depressing. So many deaths. Is the game good?

      You’re welcome! It was very fun writing this post. I still haven’t watched Uta no Prince-sama or Akagami no Shirayuki-hime yet, so I don’t know yet if they fit into this list. And I understand. I remember you mentioning that the quality of graphics and animation influences whether you watch anime or not.

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    1. You’re very welcome, Rose. My pleasure. I’m glad that my list helped you have more reverse harem series to watch. Hope you enjoy them.

      Oh my gosh. I love Hak. He’s so hot! I like Soo-Won, too, though. He’s an antagonist that I find difficult to hate.

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      1. I know I definitely will enjoy them!

        And yes, Hak is hot! OMG! And Soo-Won yes. But I prefer protagonist bishuonen. ❤ So he’s all yours. Mwahaha!

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    1. Yes, I do. I read a variety of stuff. I’m curently reading The Mortal Instruments Series & The Maze Runner series. I don’t think I’ve heard of Ghost Bird yet. Oh my gosh. That sounds awesome. 9 guy? I’m going to hunt for those books now. Thanks for the recommendation!

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    2. I tried watching for Ghost Bird series but I can’t locate a physical printed book at the bookstore or even in the library. Apparently the available ones are ebooks. Hmmmm. I’m not really that enthusiastic about reading a ya novel electronically. Which version did you read? The physical or the electronic one?

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      1. Aaw. That’s too bad. 😦
        Hmmmm. I’ll think about it very carefully whether I should buy the Kindle e-books from Amazon. I usually read non-fiction books like self-help or short humorous books on a device, and not fiction books. We’ll see. I’ll let you know when I finally read it. But I’ll still be on the look-out for the physical copies. We never know. Some might appear in front of me. Thanks again for the recommendation. Cheers!

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