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* ''Anime/AzurLane'': While the [[Videogame/AzurLane source material]] falls into the HaremGenre, the anime does away with the Commander as the protagonist, leading to the Shipgirls making up the entire, quite varied cast.

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* ''Anime/AzurLane'': While the [[Videogame/AzurLane [[VideoGame/AzurLane source material]] falls into the HaremGenre, the anime does away with the Commander as the protagonist, leading to the Shipgirls making up the entire, quite varied cast.



* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''. An astounding grand total of two males appear in the official works, and one of them is a magical cloud. The females? About 80+ of them, not counting pre-Windows versions.
* ''VideoGame/KantaiCollection'' was intentionally designed like this, but then it suddenly got popular, getting the non-otakus and many female players mixed in as well. At its heart, however, it is still a bishoujo series ''franchise''.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''.''Franchise/TouhouProject''. An astounding grand total of two males appear in the official works, and one of them is a magical cloud. The females? About 80+ of them, not counting pre-Windows versions.
* ''VideoGame/KantaiCollection'' ''VideoGame/KanColle'' was intentionally designed like this, but then it suddenly got popular, getting the non-otakus and many female players mixed in as well. At its heart, however, it is still a bishoujo series ''franchise''.


* ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'' is a bishoujo series; the VideoGame/GalaxyAngel gameverse has the same characters as a HaremGenre, but the anime removes the central male.

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* ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'' is a bishoujo series; the VideoGame/GalaxyAngel ''VideoGame/GalaxyAngel'' gameverse has the same characters as a HaremGenre, but the anime removes the central male.


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* ''Anime/AzurLane'': While the [[Videogame/AzurLane source material]] falls into the HaremGenre, the anime does away with the Commander as the protagonist, leading to the Shipgirls making up the entire, quite varied cast.


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* ''VisualNovel/KoihimeMusou'' is notable for its sheer volume of bishoujo. There are literally dozens of all shapes and sizes.

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* ''VisualNovel/KoihimeMusou'' ''Anime/KoihimeMusou'' is notable for its sheer volume of bishoujo. There are literally dozens of all shapes and sizes.


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* Parodied in ''Anime/AnimeGataris'', where the entire anime club (including [[CatGirl Neko-sensei]]) inexplicably becomes full of cute girls [[spoiler:thanks to the RealityBleed of 2D tropes into real life.]]


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* ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo''. A VisualNovel made by an international team in the style of a Japanese {{Dating Sim}}. This fact gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in-game too.

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* ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo''. A VisualNovel made by an international team in the style of a Japanese {{Dating Sim}}. This fact gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in-game too.
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* ''{{Neptunia}}'' is nothing but this.

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* ''{{Neptunia}}'' ''Franchise/{{Neptunia}}'' is nothing but this.


'{{Bishoujo}}' simply means "pretty girl" in Japanese.

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'{{Bishoujo}}' "{{Bishoujo}}" simply means "pretty girl" in Japanese.



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Lately, among fans, it often takes a self-derogatory tone. Many bishoujo series blatantly appeal to male audiences with pandering tropes, causing large amounts of SelectiveSquick and ValuesDissonance that help cement the {{otaku}} stereotype. Adding a guy to the mix ironically just gets it labeled as a HaremGenre story.

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Lately, among fans, it often takes a self-derogatory tone. Many bishoujo series blatantly appeal to male audiences with pandering tropes, causing large amounts of SelectiveSquick and ValuesDissonance that help cement the {{otaku}} stereotype. Adding a guy to the mix ironically just gets it labeled as a HaremGenre story.


* ''KoihimeMusou'' is notable for its sheer volume of bishoujo. There are literally dozens of all shapes and sizes.

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* ''KoihimeMusou'' ''VisualNovel/KoihimeMusou'' is notable for its sheer volume of bishoujo. There are literally dozens of all shapes and sizes.



* ''StrikeWitches''.

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* ''StrikeWitches''.''Anime/StrikeWitches''.


* ''Manga/{{ARIA}}'', where only beautiful young girls appear to be allowed to steer sight-seeing gondolas.



* ''Manga/GunslingerGirl'' has an especially jarring dichotomy between the age of the girls in question and their occupation.



* ''SoukouNoStrain''.
* ''Manga/{{ARIA}}'', where only beautiful young girls appear to be allowed to steer sight-seeing gondolas.

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* ''SoukouNoStrain''.
* ''Manga/{{ARIA}}'', where only beautiful young
''Manga/GunslingerGirl'' has an especially jarring dichotomy between the age of the girls appear to be allowed to steer sight-seeing gondolas.in question and their occupation.
* ''Anime/ImGonnaBeAnAngel''.



* ''Anime/StrainStrategicArmoredInfantry''.



* ''Anime/ImGonnaBeAnAngel''.
* ''Manga/ToLoveRu''.




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* ''Manga/ToLoveRu''.

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