Anime Series Like Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It

One day, beautiful female scientist Ayame told her co-worker Shinya that she loved him. Both being rational people, they expressed their lack of experience with romance and decided to use science as a way to concretely conclude if they did indeed love each other.

Ah, finally the cold and calculate romance that we have all been waiting for. Nah, it’s actually pretty fun, albeit littered with tropes. If you are looking for anime recommendations similar to Science Fell in Love, tucking in those pocket protectors and head on down below.

For Fans of Mature Romance


It its Narumi’s goal that her co-workers don’t find out that she is an otaku and fujoshi. However, that becomes more difficult when she discovers that she works with her old middle school friend Hirotaka who is more open about his passions. After a night of drinking and complaining about her failed past relationships, Hirotaka suggests she date an otaku, namely him.

Both series follow adult romances between two big dorks. It also presents itself in a romantic problem of the week sort of formula instead of a flowing plotline that allows for a lot of comedy and a few nice moments.

Recovery of an MMO Junkie

Morioka Moriko has had enough of being an overworked corporate slave, so she decided to retire herself to the NEET lifestyle. While at home, yearning for the previous connections she once made in online gaming, she starts up a new MMO. There she creates her character, the handsome Hayashi. However, in her newbie struggles she meets a Lily, another character willing to help her and they begin to grow closer to each other. At the same time, in real life, Moriko also has a shocking encounter with a handsome corporate employee.

Did you enjoy Science Fell in Love because it was about adults having a silly, awkward adult romance? Well, this is the same, but with more awkwardness. Both follow nerdy types of romance, but instead of science, MMO Junkie is obviously about online gamers.

Nodame Cantabile

Shinichi Chiaki is a first-rate musician that has dreams of playing among Europe’s elite. However, due to his fear of flying, he has remained firmly grounded in Japan. In his fourth year at Japan’s top music university, he meets Megumi Noda, or Nodame, as she prefers to be called. At first she seems unkempt and without direction, but when he hears her play, everything he thought he knew about her was wrong.

Both series follow couples that are older and both have the same passion about something. In Nodame Cantabile, their shared passion is music, but unlike in Science Fell in Love, they have different views on music.

For Fans of Battles in Love

Kaguya-sama: Love is War

Considered a genius, Miyuki Shirogane leads the student council in his prestigious school. Alongside his beautiful and wealth vice president, Kaguya Shinomiya, the two are regarded as the perfect couple despite no romantic relationship. The truth is, however, they both have feelings for each other, but neither can confess. This is the battle of two people trying to get the other to confess first!

Both series are about two people that clearly like each other, but can’t say it for various reasons. They take a sort of episodic approach to the issue presented as battles or experiments which leads to either nice romantic moments or comedy.

Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun

Chiyo Sakura has fallen head over heels for the handsome and oblivious Umetarou Nozaki. However, when she confesses her love, he gives her an autograph. It turns out this stoic boy is actually a respected shoujo manga artist. After a series of misunderstandings, Chiyo winds up not as his girlfriend, but as his manga assistant.

In Science Fell in Love, both people are kind of emotionally muted being as they are rational scientists. However, in Monthly Girls’ Nozaki, only the boy is like that and it is what causes difficulties for his admirer.

Skilled Teaser Takagi-san

For Nishikata, no one knows him better than Takagi-san. Unfortunately for him, she uses this knowledge to unrelentingly tease him on a daily basis. Nishikata vows to get revenge for all that blushing he has done, but is he good enough to overcome her skill?

Even at a glance, it is clear that both series are about people that love each other, but are not so good at saying it. Yet, it is in their actions that the affection comes through. Skilled Teaser Takagi-san focuses on much younger kids, but both are equally as cute with their flirting.

For Fans of SCIENCE!

Dr. Stone

One day, all of humanity was engulfed in light and mysteriously petrified. After a few millennia, two high schoolers awaken and find themselves in a wild world. These two set out to cure those still frozen and kick start civilization.

Both series work on scientific theories despite having wildly different premises. While Dr. Stone works in some creative realities, it seems like often what is presented in Science Fell in Love is more for jokes.


In a rickety old building in Akihabara, mad scientist Rintarou Okabe and his lab assistants work on so-called future gadgets. However, their most successful contraption to date, the Phone Microwave, a machine that can turn bananas into gel, also has the added function of sending emails into the past, thus altering the flow of history.

Both shows are highly scientific in premise, but Steins; Gate is less romantic comedy and more mysterious drama. That being said, it does have a little bit of a romance story, though.

Cells at Work

The human body has approximately 37 trillion cells that are hard at work every day to keep you alive. Cells at Work tells the story of a red blood cell and a white blood cell and the tireless work of countless other cells to keep you alive. Germ invasions, scratches, and drama unfold inside this body.

While Science Fell in Love meanders in its scientific premise, Cells at Work goes full on. It is a show personifying the inner workings of your body, and it is actually really accurate in its inventive portrayal. Furthermore, while you have to do a bit of your leg work in the imagination, it is not hard to ship red and white blood cell.

Do you have any more anime recommendations like Science Fell in Love? Let fans know in the comments section below.

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