- After giving Tsukimi a make-over, Kuranosuke begins quietly musing as he and Tsukimi usually do when alone, telling his mother that he wants to put his skills to work showing all women that they're beautiful. The way he says it is just so sweet and wonderful and true, you can't help but smile at it.Kuranosuke: Looks like it's go time, Mom. I'm gonna put my skills to the test. Deep down, all women want to be pretty, even those freaky spinsters over at "Chez Otaku". Every girl is born a princess, some of them just forget is all.
- Kuranosuke helping Tsukimi and her friends raise enough money to buy their apartment complex. True, it turns out to be a waste later, but the fact that he went out of his way to help them is still very heartwarming.
- Kuranosuke carrying Tsukimi to her room. Considering that this is after her Heroic BSoD and trying to drink her problems away, this was such a kind gesture from him.
- In parallel scene to the aforementioned several dozen chapters later, Kuranosuke drinks way too much and Tsukimi has to pull him out of the shower, and he ends up hugging her and begging her not to leave, creating a scene that is simultaneously Heartwarming and a Tear Jerker.
- The whole arc with Shuu trying to buy an engagement ring for Tsukimi.
- Additionally the plot of Shu obtaining and delivering the Jellyfish dress Kuranosuke wore to his mother, Lina. Somehow the fact that he seems to get along decently well with his half-brother's mother is touching.
- The anime's ending song, "Kimi no Kirei ni Kizuite Okure", is all about the singer telling the audience how truly beautiful they are and how happy it would make him feel if they would realize that. Its lyrics are passionately sweet and can feel comforting for those who felt unsure of themselves.
Heartwarming / Princess Jellyfish