Love Hina Watch Order Guide

Love Hina is supposedly considered the origin of the popular harem trope, which has managed to become a genre of its own. So like every pioneer, Love Hina was a popular series during its time. And it still hasn’t lost its charm. However, for anime fans who have been recently bombarded with harem anime every season, Love Hina would come across as just another generic anime. So don’t go with high expectations if you plan to watch Love Hina.

Love Hina is packed with all the cliches of modern anime. You have female leads with character archetypes, needless violence against the main character, overused slapstick comedy, etc. But in the end, Love Hina is a rom-com, so cliches are great for comedy, and there is a fair share of romantic development between the episodic story. Love Hina is a good, worthwhile choice if you are looking for time killer anime with decent romance and comedy.

If you are thinking of giving Love Hina anime series a try, here’s a guide to help you watch it in the correct order.

Love Hina Watch Order:

1. Love Hina

Love Hina

Alternate Title: None
Episodes: 24

2. Love Hina: Motoko no Sentaku, Koi ka Ken… “Naku na”

Love Hina: Motoko no Sentaku, Koi ka Ken… "Naku na"

Alternate Title: Love Hina: Motoko’s Choice Between Love or Swords: Don’t cry!
Episodes: 1 (Special)

3. Love Hina Christmas Special: Silent Eve

Love Hina Christmas Special: Silent Eve

Alternate Title: Love Hina Christmas Movie
Episodes: 1 (Special)

4. Love Hina Haru Special: Kimi Sakura Chiru Nakare!!

Love Hina Haru Special: Kimi Sakura Chiru Nakare!!

Alternate Title: Love Hina Spring Movie
Episodes: 1 (Special)

5. Love Hina Again

Love Hina Again

Alternate Title: Love Hina Again
Episodes: 3 (OVA)

Love Hina is a romantic comedy anime series adapted from the manga series of the same name written and drawn by Ken Akamatsu.

Synopsis: When Keitaro Urashima was young, he promised a girl whose name he doesn’t remember to meet again at Tokyo University in the future. However, getting accepted into Tokyo University was hard, and after failing twice, his parents kicked him out of the house.

So he decided to move to his grandmother-owned hotel in Tokyo to prepare for Tokyo U. However, to his surprise, the hotel had been turned into an all-girl dorm. With his grandmother on vacation, Keitaro is now the new manager, beginning his life sharing a house with five girls.

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