As they talk about their troubles in making friends, Yozora is inspired to make the Neighbors Club: dedicated to help people make friends, and recruits Kodaka as a charter member.
She makes a poster that attracts Sena Kashiwazaki, a beautiful blonde who wishes to make female friends.
One day, he accidentally comes across the equally solitary and very abrasive Yozora Mikazuki as she converses with "Tomo", her "air" (imaginary) friend.
Realizing that they lack social lives and skills, they decide that the best way to improve their situation is to form the Neighbors Club Other students with various backgrounds join the club: Sena Kashiwazaki is an attractive but arrogant idol who has no female friends and treats the boys as her slaves; Yukimura Kusunoki is an effeminate underclassman who idolizes Kodaka and strives to become manly like him; Rika Shiguma is a genius scientist with a twisted and perverted mind; Kobato Hasegawa is Kodaka's little sister who generally cosplays as a vampire; and Maria Takayama, a ten-year-old nun who serves as the club's advisor.
When Sena tries to defend it as art, Yozora challenges her to read some of the dialogue out loud.
The Neighbors Club practices their acting skills in role-playing a version of Momotarō.
A retelling of the series, written by Misaki Harukawa and illustrated by Shuichi Taguchi and called Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai was published in Jump SQ.19.
A 12-episode anime adaptation by AIC Build aired in Japan between October and December 2011.
(inherited from his deceased English mother) and fierce-looking eyes that make him look like a delinquent.The original light novel series, written by Yomi Hirasaka and illustrated by Buriki, began publication on Media Factory's MF Bunko J imprint from August 31, 2009. is a series of anthology stories by various guest authors, including Yomi Hirasaka, Yūji Yūji, Wataru Watari, Yū Shimizu, Sō Sagara, Asaura, Hajime Asano, Ryō Iwanami, Shirō Shiratori, Takaya Kagami and guest illustrators Buriki, Kantoku, Ruroo, Peco, QP:flapper, Miyama-Zero, Shunsaku Tomose, Yuu Kamiya, Koin, Ponkan8, Hanpen Sakura.Two volumes were published on November 23, 2011, The first Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai manga series, written and illustrated by Itachi, has been published in Media Factory's Monthly Comic Alive magazine since its May 2010 issue, released on March 27, 2010. Plus introduces the characters in a different order and goes through different adventures.Sena invites Kodaka to a water park so she can learn how to swim.When Sena is confronted by some guys, Kodaka defends her.