Lolis and maids are quite the popular fetishes and, if you’ve been to an anime convention, it’s unlikely for the event to lack any loli, maid, or butler cosplayers. Wouldn’t it be nice to have an anime series that has both? Oh wait, there’s one!
Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru!—ugh, we’ll shorten that next time—is unique and finding an anime that is identical is a fool’s errand, but fortunately, it has a lot of things going on apart from the loli x maid combo; things like the master-servant relationship, the loli fetish, the maid fetish, the loner and otaku female main character, to the ecchi elements and the premise of two characters getting along in one roof.
The 6 Anime Like Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! list will feature titles containing one or two similar themes found in Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! (phew!). Maybe you like the loli part of the anime, or maybe you want to see more maids, or maybe you want lolis, maids, and ecchi? The list has them all so let’s cut to the chase already!
Similar Anime to Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru!
1. Hayate no Gotoku! (Hayate the Combat Butler)
- Episodes: 52
- Aired: April 2007 - March 2008
Ayasaki Hayate is a diligent young man who works hard every day, even on holidays, to earn a living. The reason he’s so hardworking is that his parents have no jobs and are too busy getting into debt with needless spending on shady investment schemes. On one Christmas day, Hayate’s parents run off with his hard-earned money, leaving Hayate with nothing. To add insult to injury, Hayate’s inherited their massive debt of exactly 156,804,000 yen as a Christmas gift, essentially selling him off to shady debt collectors.
As fate would have it, Hayate runs into a girl named Sanzenin Nagi after saving her from flirtatious men. And before Hayate knows it, he is now working as Nagi’s personal butler whose job is not only to serve Nagi, but also to protect her from evil forces wanting to control the massive Sanzenin wealth by killing the sole inheritor, Nagi.
Hayate no Gotoku! is right up your alley if you’re looking for more of the master-servant relationship stories found in UzaMaid (let’s keep it short, please!) with a developing bond between the master and their servant. Not only are Nagi and Misha lolis, have blonde hair, are shut-ins and love anime and video games, but their servants are also very capable combatants. Tsubame is a former soldier in the Japanese military and if something happens to Misha, she has a wide array of equipment like guns, bladed weapons, and with her extremely muscular body, Tsubame is deadly in hand-to-hand combat. Hayate might not be a soldier like Tsubame, but he has his own sets of skills from the countless jobs he has taken, and those same jobs have given Hayate some superhuman strength, endurance, durability, and reflexes. From fighting ghosts to robots, Hayate is the right butler for the job.
2. Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon (Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid)
- Episodes: 13
- Aired: January 2017 - April 2017
Kobayashi is your typical Japanese office lady who works day in and day out to earn a good living. During one of her days off, Kobayashi gets drunk, ends up on the wrong train stop and wanders through the woods. There, Kobayashi encounters an injured dragon and since her spacial awareness and instinct to fear a huge ass dragon in front of her were clouded by alcohol, Kobayashi saves the dragon from death. The next day, Kobayashi is shocked to see the same dragon appear at her front step in human form, introduces herself as Tooru, and is now Kobayashi’s personal maid. How did that happen?
If fighting maids and butlers aren’t your thing and you’re more interested in the yuri comedy involving a very sexually-charged maid like Tsubame in UzaMaid, then Dragon Maid is the one to see. Tsubame is a grade A lolicon, so much so that she’s not interested in girls who already had their first period. And no, we didn’t make that up, Tsubame literally said she’s only interested in girls pre-menstruation. In Tooru’s case, though, she’s obsessively in love with Kobayashi and wastes no time hatching plans to make Kobayashi hers by serving Tooru’s cooked tail, concocting love potions, or literally anything just to get Kobayashi’s attention. And maybe with luck, Kobayashi might fall in love with Tooru, get married, and have a litter of baby dragons. ‘How do two women have babies?’ you say? Magic, of course!
Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon PV
3. Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san (Ms. vampire who lives in my neighborhood.)
- Episodes: 12
- Aired: October 2018 - Ongoing
While wandering around the woods late at night and eventually getting lost, school girl Amano Akari is saved by a mysterious girl with long silver hair and a doll-like complexion. The girl, named Sophie Twilight, assures the nervous Akari that she is a vampire and not some suspicious-looking person. Akari casually accepts the revelation that Sophie is a vampire pretty well, and actually, Akari is interested in Sophie even more. Eventually, Akari moves into Sophie’s mansion and their daily (and nightly) activities together begin.
Otaku loli shut-in main characters are quite popular in anime for what could be a number of reasons like the fact that they are lolis who are into hobbies like gaming, TV, anime, etc., and lolis are infinitely better than the loser shut-in otaku guy stereotype getting all creepy with dolls and reading porn. Lolis reading porn is also a fetish to some, by the way. Right. And with that said, the otaku loli shut-in main character is the reason why Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san is quite similar to UzaMaid. Sophie and Misha are the main characters, they’re lolis, both are otaku and are shut-ins, though for very different reasons. And hey, while Akari isn’t a maid, she has an unhealthy interest towards the loli main character just like Tsubame, and both love to dress the lolis in frilly dresses.
Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san PV
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4. Himouto! Umaru-chan
- Episodes: 12
- Aired: July 2015 - September 2015
Elegant, smart, athletic, humble, friendly, Doma Umaru is simply the perfect student, and everyone, boys and girls, admire her. But what they don’t know is that under that perfect girl lies the laziest, most spoiled, and loudest girl who spends her days at home doing nothing but watching anime, playing video games and gobbling up junk food.
Umaru isn’t technically a loli because we see her as an elegant, soft-spoken, and smart sociable student in school, but at home, she’s a complete anti-social slob who binge-watches anime, plays video games non-stop—so much so that she even plays games in the bath—, and has an unhealthy diet composed of carbonated drinks and potato chips. Umaru is also completely reliant on her brother Taihei to keep food on the table and a roof over her head. These qualities alone make it a good comparison to UzaMaid: Misha is anti-social, locks herself in her room, spends the entire day watching anime and playing her favorite MMO, and since she’s still a minor, Misha is completely reliant on her father Yasuhiro. Both Misha and Umaru look almost similar with their light-colored hair. Yeah, there is no perverted maid in Umaru-chan, but if you just want a loli or, in this case, a loli-like character without the creep factor of a perverted maid who loves their girls in their pre-menstruation years, then Himouto! Umaru-chan is something to check out.
Himouto! Umaru-chan PV
5. Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai (OreImo)
- Episodes: 12
- Aired: October 2010 - December 2010
While not perfect at everything, Kousaka Kirino is the ideal student and everyone, especially at school, admires her. She also works as a model in magazines and, in secret, uses the money she earns to buy anime, games, and other merchandise, and she has a keen interest in reading brother-sister incest visual novels. At home, Kirino isn’t particularly fond of her brother Kousaka Kyousuke and she often avoids contact with him. Things change when Kyousuke finds an erotic game owned by Kirino, and Kirino, under certain circumstances, introduces Kyousuke to the world of anime and games—especially the eroge or “erotic games” for short.
Taking a page from Himouto! Umaru-chan, the similarities between Kirino of OreImo and Misha from UzaMaid are that they both are otaku of video games, anime, or anything relating to TV entertainment, and both are extremely distant or sometimes hostile towards their supporting characters, at first. Misha sees Tsubame as a perverted lolicon (fact) and Misha’s instincts tell her that Tsubame, if given a chance, will waste no time in doing immoral things to her supple, young, and untainted loli body. However, Tsubame’s head isn’t all lolis and, once in a while, she offers real advice and helps out Misha. For reasons better left unexplained (spoilers and all that), Kirino is extremely distant towards her brother Kyousuke and even pretends he doesn’t exist, and when they do cross paths, Kirino treats Kyousuke like an idiot. Despite the cold and sometimes hostile treatment, Kyousuke tries his best to get along with Kirino and even saves Kirino from a pinch because, while Kirino is ambitious and a bit of an overachiever, she is prone to breaking down under pressure and sometimes it’s hard for her to recover when something she planned for a while fail miserably. In these times, Kyousuke flexes his big brother muscle to help out his cute but problematic little sister.
You can probably swap OreImo with Eromanga-sensei and get a similar experience because the premise is similar and both shows were created by the same writer, Fushimi Tsukasa.
Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai PV
6. Ladies versus Butlers!
- Episodes: 12
- Aired: January 2010 - March 2010
After his parents died and he felt like he didn’t want to burden his adoptive parent/uncle, Hino Akiharu enrolls into an academy where the daughters of businessmen and politicians study and teaches lower class students to become proper servants like maids or butlers. But due to Akiharu’s delinquent looks, a series of misunderstandings, and accidentally grabbing one of the most vocal girls in the academy, students—of high and lower class—fear and avoid him, like he’s the plague or something. To make matters worse for Akiharu, one of the students was a former childhood friend and he fearfully remembers her as one devilish little prankster.
If UzaMaid didn’t quench your thirst for master-servant story dynamics and you prefer more ecchi content than UzaMaid provides, then you’ll find lots of it in Ladies versus Butlers!. The similarities between UzaMaid and Ladies versus Butlers! are quite subtle: both UzaMaid and Ladies versus Butlers focus on a story centered around a servant getting along with their master. Tsubame’s motive is to marry Misha before her first menstruation and in order for her to achieve that goal, Tsubame works hard to earn Misha’s trust and affection by doing the laundry, cleaning the house, making tasty food for her and also acting as Misha’s personal bodyguard. Despite the lolicon motives, Tsubame knows how to be a maid.
Akiharu transfers to a high-society school so he can gradually learn how to be a proper butler. Both servants and their future masters are all in one school, so there are a lot of interactions between Akiharu and the many ladies with their different quirks and personalities. While the stories usually involve Akiharu getting into ecchi situations by bumping into girls in the school, the anime does give a few moments showing how the school teaches the future maids and butlers proper etiquette, manners, and the skills needed in case a disaster happens. Sure, the lessons are unrealistic, exaggerated, and not true to life, but Tsubame isn’t exactly the perfect role model maid, now is she?
Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! is a fun anime with some genuinely funny and touching moments and it will get better nearing the end. Yeah, Tsubame can make a lot of people uncomfortable, but, hey, what can you expect from a former soldier who has an obsession with prepubescent little girls?
The list we showed you contains anime with the best elements that made UzaMaid great to watch. No other anime is truly like UzaMaid, but at least we showed you there are a few titles that are very close.