Let's face it - sometimes you don't want to watch a long, serious, dramatic anime. Sometimes, you just want to watch a few minutes of well-animated fan service and be done with your day. Miru Tights is a Spring 2019 anime that provides just that. Each three-minute episode depicts the everyday school life of a group of high school girls. But the focus isn't their education or their social life - it's their thighs and feet, which are encased in pairs of lovingly detailed tights. If you're into that, Miru Tights is a revelation - but what other anime like Miru Tights might you be into?
There are a few other anime that also focus on feet and tights, including Too Hot For Teacher and Joshikausei. There are also other anime that are heavy on fan service but depict other body parts or attributes that fans may find appealing such as One Room or I Want You To Make a Disgusted Face and Show Me Your Underwear. If what you liked about Miru Tights was the script, you should check out the writer's other work, Saekano: How To Raise A Boring Girlfriend.
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Fumiaki Maruto is in charge of Miru Tights' screenplay. If you like the writing, you might also appreciate his other work. For now, we'll zero in on his most famous work, Saekano: How To Raise a Boring Girlfriend. Just like Miru Tights, this anime is chock full of scintillating fan service - but it also has a plot and some pretty decent character development. The story follows Tomoya Aki, an otaku who wants to create his own dating sim, and recruits a group of talented girls to help him do it.
If you're a fan of Miru Tights, you probably enjoy anime that delivers its sexual content in a straightforward and honest way. You'll get the same thing from I Want You To Make a Disgusted Face and Show Me Your Underwear, an anime that gives you exactly what the title promises. It focuses on girls and women wearing a variety of outfits, then lifting their skirts as they make disdainful expressions. It's no more, and no less, than exactly what it purports to be.
Joshikausei debuted during the same anime season as Miru Tights, but the two have more in common than just their timing. Both shows have extremely short episodes, and focus on the everyday lives of schoolgirls, and add a large helping of fan service to the mix. Joshikausei's gimmick is not using dialog, and the fan service in each episode is a bit different, but the first episode specifically highlights Momoko's thighs and tights as she takes a nap on top of her desk.
Just like Miru Tights, One Room is a simple, fan service oriented anime with episodes that are only a few minutes long. These episodes are all shot in first person POV, which means that the viewer gets to insert themselves into the story and pretend that they're the ones talking to the cute girls who appear in the show. There's no real plot - instead, it's focused on interaction and images.