200+ Best Anime of all Time

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Anime is a Japanese animated film or television series. It can be in the form of a movie, TV show, or short film. Anime is a popular form of entertainment for all ages in Japan and all over the world.

The word “anime” is used to describe all forms of Japanese animation. The word comes from the English phrase “animation” and was first used by French artist Jean-Marc Rochette in 1970.

This is a comprehensive list to show you the best anime in the world.

Best anime series of all time, in the world list:

  1. Attack on Titan
  2. Tokyo Revengers
  3. Death Note
  4. Demon Slayer
  5. Naruto
  6. One Piece
  7. Jujutsu Kaisen
  8. Hajime no Ippo (Fighting spirit)
  9. Fullmetal Alchemist
  10. My Hero Academia / Boku no Hero Academia / BNHA
  11. Boruto
  12. Black Clover
  13. Fairytale
  14. Bleach
  15. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
  16. Slam Dunk
  17. Sailor Moon
  18. Nanatsu no Taizai / Seven Deadly Sins
  19. One Punch man
  20. Pokemon
  21. Hunter X Hunter
  22. Mob psycho 100
  23. Dr Stone
  24. Baki
  25. Tokyo Ghoul
  26. Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken / That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime
  27. Boku no Pico
  28. Dragon Balls / Dragon Balls Z
  29. Food wars
  30. Redo of healer
  31. Berserk
  32. Shaman King SHAMAN KING Shaman King
  33. RWBY
  34. Yu-Gi-Oh!
  35. Ajin
  36. Amagami SS
  37. Amanchu!
  38. Angel Beats
  39. Ansatsu Kyoushitsu
  40. Ao no Exorcist
  41. Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio
  42. Aria
  43. Baka and Test
  44. BanG Dream!
  45. Beyblade
  46. Birdy the Mighty
  47. Black Jack
  48. Black Rock Shooter
  49. Blood +
  50. Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai
  51. The promised neverland
  52. Space Pirate Captain Harlock
  53. Cardcaptor Sakura
  54. Chainsaw Man
  55. Chuunibyou
  56. Clannad
  57. Code Geass
  58. Cowboy Bebop
  59. Don’t toy with me miss nagatoro
  60. Crest of the Stars
  61. DanMachi
  62. Danganronpa
  63. Darker than Black
  64. Date A Live
  65. Digimon
  66. Durarara
  67. Ef: A Tale of Memories/Melodies
  68. Eve no Jikan / Time of Eve
  69. FLCL
  70. Fate
  71. Fist of the North Star / Hokuto no Ken
  72. Free!
  73. Full Metal Panic!
  74. Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet
  75. Garo
  76. Genshiken
  77. Horimiya
  78. Gintama
  79. Girls und Panzer
  80. Grisaia
  81. Gundam
  82. Haikyuu!!
  83. Haiyore! Nyaruko-san
  84. Hellsing
  85. Hen Zemi
  86. Hetalia
  87. Hibike! Euphonium
  88. Hidamari Sketch
  89. Higurashi no Naku Koro ni
  90. IDOLiSH7
  91. Initial D
  92. Inuyasha
  93. K (K Project)
  94. K-On
  95. Kaiji
  96. Kamichu!
  97. Kara no Kyoukai
  98. Kino’s Journey
  99. Kiss X Sis
  100. Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
  101. Kuroko no Basuke
  102. Kuroshitsuji / Black Butler
  103. Kyoukai no Kanata
  104. Kyousougiga
  105. Legend of the Galactic Heroes
  106. Little Witch Academia
  107. Love Hina
  108. Love Live
  109. Lupin III
  110. Macross
  111. Madoka Magica
  112. Magi
  113. Mahou Sensei Negima
  114. Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha
  115. Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei / The Irregular at Magic High School
  116. Major
  117. Milky Holmes
  118. Mobile Police Patlabor
  119. Monogatari / Bakemonogatari
  120. Mushishi
  121. Natsume Yuujinchou
  122. Neon Genesis Evangelion / NGE
  123. Night Raid
  124. No Game No Life
  125. Non Non Biyori
  126. Noragami
  127. OreImo / Ore no Imouto
  128. Precure
  129. Psycho Pass
  130. Queensblade
  131. Radiant
  132. Raildex / Toaru / Railgun / Index
  133. Ousama Ranking of kings
  134. Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- (kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu)
  135. ReLIFE
  136. Rec
  137. Rozen Maiden
  138. Rurouni Kenshin / Samurai X
  139. Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan
  140. Saint Seiya
  141. Saki
  142. Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei
  143. Seitokai Yakuindomo
  144. Senki Zesshou Symphogear
  145. Shakugan no Shana
  146. Shingeki no Bahamut
  147. Shokugeki no Souma / Food Wars
  148. Slayers
  149. Sora no Woto
  150. Soukyuu no Fafner
  151. Soul eater
  152. Space Battleship Yamato
  153. Steins;Gate
  154. Strike Witches
  155. Sword Art Online
  156. Tamako Market
  157. Tamayura
  158. Tenchi Muyo
  159. Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
  160. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
  161. The World God Only Knows / TWGOK
  162. The [email protected] / IDOLMASTER
  163. To LOVE-Ru
  164. Toradora!
  165. Trigun
  166. Trinity seven
  167. Uta no Prince sama
  168. Violet Evergarden
  169. WIXOSS
  170. Wake Up, Girls!
  171. White Album
  172. Wolfs Rain
  173. Working!!
  174. XxxHolic
  175. Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru / Oregairu
  176. Yama no Susume
  177. Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches
  178. Yowamushi Pedal
  179. Yozakura Quartet
  180. Yuru Camp (Laid back Camp)
  181. Yuru Yuri
  182. Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru
  183. The rising of Shield Hero
  184. The Ancient Magus Bride
  185. To your Eternity
  186. Cased Closed (Detective Conan)
  187. Bungo Stray Dogs
  188. Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories
  189. Bungo Stray Dogs
  190. Ace of Diamond (Daiya no Ēsu)
  191. Tonikawa: Over the Moon for You (Fly Me to the Moon)
  192. Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers
  193. Terra Formars
  194. Ace Attorney, known in Japan as Gyakuten Saiban: Sono “Shinjitsu”, Igiari
  195. Shugo Chara
  196. Orange
  197. Noblesse
  198. Mushoku tensei
  199. Hori san to miyamura kun
  200. Absolute duo

200+ Best Anime Series

1. Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama. The story is set in a world where humanity lives in cities surrounded by enormous walls due to the sudden appearance of the Titans. The story follows Eren Yeager, his adopted sister Mikasa Ackerman and their friend Armin Arlert, who join the military to fight the Titans after their home town is invaded and Eren’s mother is eaten.

The manga has been adapted into a television anime, an anime film trilogy, three spin-off manga, four video games and an upcoming live-action film compilation of all three films.

2. Tokyo Revengers

Tokyo Revengers is a live-action sci-fi comedy anime set in the near future of Tokyo.

The story follows four vigilante heroes who are trying to save the world from an evil corporation that has taken over Japan.

Tokyo Revengers is a Japanese live-action sci-fi comedy film set in the near future of Tokyo. The story follows four vigilante heroes who are trying to save the world from an evil corporation that has taken over Japan.

3. Death Note

Death Note is a Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. It has been adapted into an anime television series, three live-action films, a 37-episode TV drama, and video games.

The story follows Light Yagami, a high school student who discovers a supernatural notebook from a Shinigami named Ryuk that grants him the power to kill anyone whose name and face he knows. The series centers around Light’s attempt to create and rule a world “cleansed of evil” as “God” using the notebook, and the efforts of detective L to stop him.

4. Demon Slayer

Demon Slayer is a Japanese anime series based on the manga of the same name by Ichiro Sakaki. The anime was produced by Studio Deen and aired from October 2, 2018 to December 18, 2018. The series follows a group of teenagers who are part of an organization called “Demon Slayer” which specializes in fighting demons that have invaded Tokyo.

The protagonist of the series is a high school student named Tetsuo Takahashi who has been possessed by a demon and his goal is to exorcise all demons from Earth and return them to hell.

The show features various themes such as friendship, love, and trust which make it enjoyable for viewers of all ages.

5. Naruto

Naruto is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto. It tells the story of Naruto Uzumaki, an adolescent ninja who searches for recognition from his peers and the village, while at the same time becoming the leader of his home village.

The manga was first published by Shueisha in 1999 in Japan. It was later released in North America by Viz Media in 2003. The manga has spawned an anime series that has aired since 2002, and a second anime that began airing on February 15, 2017. The American English adaptation of the series aired on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block from 2005 to 2009, but it has since moved to Adult Swim’s Toonami block where it still airs today.

Naruto became one of Viz Media’s best

6. One Piece

One Piece is one of the most popular manga series in Japan, with over 400 million copies sold worldwide.

The One Piece anime is the longest-running anime series in Japan, with 665 episodes. The story follows the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy and his friends in search of the One Piece treasure, which would allow him to become the next King of Pirates.

7. Jujutsu Kaisen

The anime is about a high school student, Jujutsu, who is bullied by his classmates. His life changes when he learns the art of jujutsu from an old man. The anime was created by the Japanese animation company Madhouse and aired on TV Tokyo.

A high school student, Jujutsu, who is bullied by his classmates. His life changes when he learns the art of jujutsu from an old man.

8. Hajime no Ippo (Fighting spirit)

Hajime no Ippo is a Japanese manga series written by George Morikawa. It was serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine from 1989 to 2003, and it tells the story of Ippo Makunouchi, an average boy who loves boxing.

The series is about the life of high school student Makunouchi Ippo, who is bullied by others due to his lack of confidence and experience with boxing. After being saved by Takamura Mamoru from being beaten up by his own gang members, he starts training at Kamogawa Boxing Gym and begins his journey as a professional boxer.

The series has been adapted into an anime television series produced by Tokyo Movie Shinsha and animated by Madhouse Studios. The first season aired on Nippon TV from October 4,

9. Fullmetal Alchemist

Fullmetal Alchemist is a Japanese anime series which was adapted from the manga of the same name. The series follows two brothers, Edward and Alphonse Elric, who lost their mother to a disease called “Automail,” a prosthetic device that replaces organic limbs with artificial ones. The brothers then set out on a quest to find the Philosopher’s Stone, which is said to have the power to restore life.

The show has been very popular in Japan and has been aired in many countries around the world including Canada, China, France, Germany, Israel, Italy and Mexico.

10. My Hero Academia / Boku no Hero Academia / BNHA

My Hero Academia is an anime series about a world where 80% of the population has some kind of superpower, called Quirks. The story follows Izuku Midoriya, who is one of the 20% without a Quirk, as he tries to become a superhero like his idol All Might.

Izuku Midoriya is the protagonist of My Hero Academia. He is one of the 20% without any quirks, and he wants to be just like All Might.

All Might is the protagonist’s idol and inspiration for becoming a hero. He has an extremely powerful quirk that can be passed on to other people through contact with his sweat or blood.

11. Boruto

Boruto is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto. The series is being published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine since May 2016, and Viz Media has licensed the manga for an English release.

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12. Black Clover

Black Clover is a popular manga and anime series that has been translated into English. The series focuses on the adventures of Asta, a young boy who was born with no magic abilities in a world where those with magic are the only ones who can become the country’s ruler.

The story follows Asta as he trains to become the next Wizard King. He is inspired by his childhood friend and later rival, Yuno, who is said to be the most powerful mage in history.

The manga was created by Yūki Tabata and published by Shueisha in Weekly Shōnen Jump since 2015. It has been collected into 22 volumes so far.

13. Fairytale

Fairytales have always been a part of our culture. They are a way for us to escape reality and enter into the magical world where anything is possible.

The term “fairytale” was first used by German philosopher and writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in 1809 in his work “Faust”. The first known use of the word dates back to 1756, when it was used to describe a fictional story that usually has happy endings.

14. Bleach

Bleach is a Japanese anime series that revolves around the adventures of Ichigo Kurosaki, a high school student who has the ability to see spirits.

Ichigo Kurosaki is a teenager who can see spirits and other things that normal people cannot. He lives in Karakura Town with his mother and younger sisters. One day, he meets Rukia Kuchiki, a Soul Reaper (a person who guides dead souls to the afterlife). She tries to fight with a Hollow (a creature that eats human souls) but she is injured and loses her power. So she transfers her power to Ichigo so he can save his family from the Hollow.

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15. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki.

The series was originally published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1987 to 2004, with a total of 148 volumes. It tells the story of the Joestar family, who are each imbued with the power of a supernatural “stand”. These stands are named after tarot cards in some cases, and they represent an aspect of their wielder’s personality. The story follows these characters as they fight various enemies: other stands, their own inner demons (such as greed), and different supernatural beings (including vampires).

The manga is divided into 8 parts, which cover different generations within the Joestar family. The story arcs include: “Phantom Blood” (vol

16. Slam Dunk

The Slam Dunk anime is a basketball-themed anime that features the protagonist Hanamichi Sakuragi, who is a high school delinquent. The main plot of this anime revolves around his passion for basketball, and his love of the sport.

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17. Sailor Moon

Sailor Moon is a Japanese anime series that aired in 1995. It was created by the manga artist, Naoko Takeuchi, and since then has become popular in different countries. The story of Sailor Moon is about Usagi Tsukino, who transforms into Sailor Moon to find her lost love, Tuxedo Mask.

The series follows the adventures of Usagi Tsukino as she transforms into Sailor Moon to find her lost love, Tuxedo Mask. She also makes friends with other girls who are destined to be future Sailor Soldiers and together they fight against evil forces led by Queen Beryl and her generals.

18. Nanatsu no Taizai / Seven Deadly Sins

The Seven Deadly Sins anime is an anime series that is based off of the manga series of the same name. It was first released in Japan on October 5, 2014 and has been licensed by Funimation Entertainment for release in North America.

The series follows a Holy Knight named Meliodas who is framed for the murder of his king and sent to a corrupt kingdom called Britannia. He meets Elizabeth who helps him escape from his capturers. They eventually meet up with other members of The Seven Deadly Sins and form a team to fight against a corrupt Holy Knight organization called The Ten Commandments who are trying to take over all the kingdoms in Britannia.

The Seven Deadly Sins anime has been met with positive reviews from critics and fans alike, with some comparing it favorably to popular shounen

19. One Punch man

One Punch man anime is a Japanese web manga series written by ONE and illustrated by Yusuke Murata. The story follows the adventures of Saitama, an extremely powerful hero who can defeat any opponent with a single punch.

The series was first published on October 4, 2009, on Shueisha’s online manga site “Weekly Young Jump”. As of November 18, 2018, the manga has been translated into English by Viz Media with 14 volumes released. The series has also been adapted into an anime television series produced by J.C.Staff that aired from October 2015 to September 2016 and a second season which aired from April to June 2018.

20. Pokemon

The Pokémon anime series is the longest running animated television series in Japan, and the second longest running animated series in the world. The anime follows Ash Ketchum, a ten-year-old boy who lives in Pallet Town, as he trains to become a Pokémon Master.

21. Hunter X Hunter

Hunter X Hunter is an anime about a young boy named Gon who sets out on a journey to find his father and become a hunter, someone who specialises in finding rare treasures and creatures.

The manga was originally published in March 1998 in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine, where it ran until March 2013.

The series has been adapted into two anime television series, two animated films, video games and trading card games.

22. Mob psycho 100

Mob Psycho 100 is a Japanese anime series that follows the story of a high school student named Shigeo Kageyama, nicknamed “Mob” for his seemingly psychic power to take on the personality of other people.

The series was created by ONE, who also wrote the manga Mob Psycho 100. It was produced by Bones and premiered in Japan from July 11 to December 18, 2016.

23. Dr Stone

Dr Stone is a manga series by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrator Boichi. The manga has been serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump since March 2017, and an anime adaptation by TMS Entertainment is scheduled to premiere on October 12, 2019.

The story revolves around Taiju Oki, a high school student who suddenly finds himself in the world of Dr Stone after his professor’s experiment goes awry.

The story revolves around an amnesiac boy who is a key player in a battle between life and death. The series features a large ensemble cast of characters, with the protagonist being the mysterious male lead.

The anime follows the manga closely, with some changes made to the storyline.

24. Baki

Baki is an anime series based on the manga of the same name. It is a story about Baki Hanma and his quest to become stronger than his father. Baki Hanma’s father, Yujiro Hanma, was one of the strongest fighters in the world and he was undefeated for over 20 years. He then suffered a crushing defeat to Shinogi Koga who had been fighting for 10 years. This defeat made him realize that he had been fighting people who were weaker than him and so he retired from fighting altogether.

This series follows Baki as he trains to fight in tournaments and meets other fighters along the way while still trying to find out more about his father’s past.

25. Tokyo Ghoul

Tokyo Ghoul is a popular anime series that takes place in Tokyo, Japan. The protagonist of the story is Ken Kaneki, who is a college student and a part-time bookworm. He spends his days studying at the coffee shop and reading books.

One day he meets Rize Kamishiro, who is an attractive woman with an unusual appetite for meat. She invites him to have dinner with her which he accepts without hesitation. As it turns out Rize was actually a ghoul who consumed human flesh for food. When she was about to eat him as her next meal, Kaneki’s body undergoes a ghoul transformation and starts craving for human flesh too!

26. Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken / That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is an anime series based on the light novel series written by Fuse and illustrated by Mitz Vah. The anime is directed by Toshiyuki Kubooka, with character designs by Hisashi. It premiered in Japan on October 1, 2018.

The story follows a 37-year-old NEET named Mikami Satoru who dies in a traffic accident and finds himself reincarnated into an alternate world called “Slime Kingdom,” inhabited by slimes, with his memories intact. He is welcomed into the slime community’s society and becomes friends with many slimes including the three main slime characters: Rimuru Tempest, Shion Pavlichenko, and Zegion.

27. Boku no Pico

Boko no Pico is a Japanese anime series which is not intended for children. The series was released in 2002 and it’s about a 12 year old boy who has an obsession with his sister, his friends, and the girls he sees on television.

The series was released in 2002 and it’s about a 12 year old boy who has an obsession with his sister, his friends, and the girls he sees on television.

28. Dragon Balls / Dragon Balls Z

Dragpm Balls and Dragon Ball Z is an anime series that follows the adventures of Goku. It was created by Akira Toriyama.

Dragon Ball Z is the second most successful anime in history, only behind One Piece.

The series originally aired in Japan from 1989-1996 and has been broadcasted in over 80 different countries worldwide.

It is made up of 291 episodes, which were later remastered into a Dragon Box collection with four discs each.

29. Food wars

Food wars is an anime, about a worldwide cooking competition that is set in the near future.

The protagonist, Yukihira Souma, works at his family’s diner and trains to become a professional chef in hopes of surpassing his father.

30. Redo of healer

Redo of Healer is an anime which follows a 17-year-old girl named Chihiro Komiya who can see people’s illnesses, and her classmate, Arata Wataya, who has the ability to take away people’s illnesses. Together they form a team of healers and help those in need.

This anime is about healing people with supernatural abilities. It is about how these two characters use their powers to help others with their problems.

31. Berserk

Berserk anime follows the life of Guts, a lone mercenary warrior, and Griffith, the leader of a mercenary band called the Band of the Hawk. Themes of isolation, camaraderie, and the question of whether humanity is worth saving pervade the story.

32. Shaman King

Shaman King is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hiroyuki Takei. It was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from 1998 to 2004.

The series follows Yoh Asakura, a shaman who can see spirits and has the ability to heal others with his Shaman Fight. He is the son of the previous Shaman King, who died while protecting him from an evil shaman named Mephisto Pheles.

The anime adaptation of Shaman King was produced by Toei Animation and directed by Tetsuo Imazawa. The anime aired on TV Tokyo from October 4, 2001 to September 25, 2004 for a total of 220 episodes.

33. RWBY

RWBY is an anime series created by Rooster Teeth Productions. The series is set in the fictional world of Remnant, where young people train to become Huntsmen and Huntresses to protect their world from the creatures of Grimm.

The show was first released on July 18, 2013. It was originally planned as a web series of six to eight episodes, but it became popular enough that Rooster Teeth decided to extend it into a full-fledged anime series with four seasons and 52 episodes.

34. Yu-Gi-Oh!

Yu-Gi-Oh! anime follows Yugi Mutou, a young boy who solves an ancient Egyptian puzzle that traps his soul inside the puzzle.

35. Ajin

Ajin is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Gamon Sakurai. The manga was serialized in Kodansha’s “Good! Afternoon” magazine from September 2012 to November 2014, and has been collected into thirteen tankōbon volumes as of December 2014.

The story follows a high school student named Kei Nagai who discovers that he is an immortal demi-human called an Ajin, or “demi.” He is captured by the government agency known as the Ajin Control Commission (ACC) and becomes subject to inhumane experimentation.

36. Amagami SS

Amagami SS is a Japanese anime series based on the visual novel Amagami by Enterbrain. The anime aired in Japan from October 2009 to March 2010.

The story follows Junichi Tachibana, a high school student who has never had a girlfriend and decides to create one of his own. He creates an ideal girl named “Amane Suou” and begins dating her.

37. Amanchu!

Amanchu! is a Japanese anime series based on the manga of the same name. The series follows the life of Hikari Kohinata, a girl who moves to her father’s hometown in Shizuoka Prefecture.

The series was produced by J.C.Staff and directed by Junichi Sato, with character designs by Yoko Ito and music composed by Tatsuya Kato. The anime aired from July to September 2016 on Tokyo MX, MBS, TV Aichi, BS11 and AT-X in Japan.

38. Angel Beats

Angel Beats is a 13-episode anime series that aired in 2010. It was produced by P.A. Works and Aniplex and directed by Seiji Kishi. The story follows the protagonist Otonashi, a boy who lost his memories of his life after dying in a car accident, and Yuri Nakamura, the leader of “Shinda Sekai Sensen” (Afterlife Battlefront) who fights against God.

The series is set in an afterlife and focuses on characters that died with some regret or unfulfilled desire. The title comes from the song “My Soul, Your Beats” by Japanese artist Yui.

39. Ansatsu Kyoushitsu

Ansatsu Kyoushitsu is a Japanese manga series written by Yūsei Matsui. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from July 2012 to March 2016. The manga has been adapted into an anime series, which aired on Fuji TV’s Noitamina programming block between January and March 2015.

The story follows a class of students at Kunugigaoka Middle School who are selected to participate in a special program called “Assassination Classroom”. The students are tasked with assassinating their teacher, Koro-sensei, who intends to destroy the world in the event that he dies or is killed before his planned retirement at the end of the school year.

The anime adaptation was announced on October 2013 and aired from January to March 2015. A second season

40. Ao no Exorcist

Ao no Exorcist is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kazue Katō. The story follows Rin Okumura, a teenager who discovers he and his twin brother Yukio are the sons of Satan born from a human woman. Rin decides to become an exorcist in order to defeat Satan.

The Ao no Exorcist anime adaptation was produced by A-1 Pictures and directed by Tensai Okamura. It aired on Tokyo MX between April 17, 2011 and September 16, 2011 for 24 episodes.

41. Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio

Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio is a Japanese anime series that was aired in 2013. It is based on the manga of the same name by Ark Performance. The story revolves around a group of high school students who are recruited to pilot I-401 submarine and fight against an unknown enemy.

The series was directed by Nobuyoshi Habara and produced by Production IMS. It was aired on Tokyo MX, TV Kanagawa, TV Aichi, and AT-X from October 4 to December 20, 2013.

42. Aria

Aria is a Japanese anime series created by Kozue Amano. The series is set in the futuristic city of Neo-Venezia on the planet Aqua, formerly known as Mars.

The story follows Akari Mizunashi, an apprentice gondolier who becomes the first ever female to be accepted into the Aria Company. Akari trains under her mentor, Aria Kanou, and eventually takes over his job as a gondolier when he retires.

43. Baka and Test

Baka to Test is a Japanese anime series that was created by Kenji Inoue and illustrated by Yui Haga. The story follows the life of Akihisa Yoshii, a high school student who is one day summoned to an alternate world called the “Other World” and given the power to create anything he desires.

The anime series has been adapted into a manga series, which has been published in Japan by Kodansha since 2008. The manga has also been licensed for distribution in North America by Tokyopop.

44. BanG Dream!

BanG Dream! is a Japanese multimedia project that includes an anime series, music, and video games. The anime series is produced by Actas Inc. and directed by Tetsuya Yanagisawa.

The story follows the protagonist Kasumi Toyama who becomes a member of the band “Afterglow” as she aims to become a professional musician.

45. Beyblade

Beyblade is a Japanese anime series about a group of kids who compete with spinning tops called Beyblades.

The series was created by Takao Aoki and aired on TV Tokyo from 2001 to 2003. It was later licensed for distribution in North America by Nelvana, which dubbed the anime into English and released it on DVD in 2005.

46. Birdy the Mighty

Birdy the Mighty is an anime series that was created by Masami Yuki. It was originally released in Japan in 1986 and then it was translated into English in 1987. The story follows Birdy Cephon Altera, a female cyborg who is sent to Earth to capture a dangerous criminal called the Master of Darkness.

The series has been praised for its animation and its story line.

47. Black Jack

Black Jack is an anime, which aired on TV Tokyo from April 3 to September 25, 2004.

It follows the life of Black Jack, a brilliant maverick surgeon with a dark past. He travels the world performing extremely difficult operations for free, as his goal is to perfect his medical skills and find out who he really is.

48. Black Rock Shooter

Black Rock Shooter is a Japanese anime series based on the character of the same name. The series was created by Ordet and Production I.G and aired from April to September in 2012.

The story revolves around a girl named Yomi Takanashi who is drawn into an alternate dimension called the “Underworld” where she becomes friends with a girl named Black Rock Shooter, who has been fighting against monsters that come from another dimension called “Hell”.

49. Blood +

Blood Series is an anime that revolves around a high school student called Saya Otonashi. She has lost her memory and she is trying to find out who she is and what happened to her.

The story starts with Saya waking up in the hospital with no memories of who she is or what happened to her. She meets a boy called Fuyumi Yanagi, who tells her that he found her on the beach and took care of her. He tells her that he will help her find out who she is and where she belongs.

50. Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai

Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai is an anime series that was aired in 2011. It is about a guy who has no friends and he is trying to make some.

The protagonist of the series, Kodaka Hasegawa, has a sister complex and he doesn’t have any friends. He then meets Yozora Mikazuki and Sena Kashiwazaki who are also without friends. They decide to form the Neighbors Club in order to make friends with each other and others in their school.

51. The promised neverland

The promised neverland is an anime series based on the manga of the same name. It follows a group of children who are trapped in a mysterious orphanage and are trying to escape.

The anime was released on January 10, 2019. The story is about a group of children who are trapped in an orphanage and they try to escape from it.

52. Space Pirate Captain Harlock

Captain Harlock is an anime was created by Leiji Matsumoto in 1978 and was one of the first anime to be broadcast on TV.

Captain Harlock is a space pirate who is the captain of the Arcadia. He is a man with a strong sense of justice and fights for what he believes in.

53. Cardcaptor Sakura

Cardcaptor Sakura, is an anime adaptation of Cardcaptor Sakura aired on Japanese television from April 1998 to March 2000, spanning 70 episodes. It was directed by Morio Asaka and produced by Madhouse with character designs provided by Kumiko Takahashi.

The series was dubbed into English by Nelvana under the title Card

54. Chainsaw Man

The Chainsaw Man Anime is a new anime that is set to release in 2020. The story follows a young boy who is trying to find his place in the world and his identity.

This anime is set to be released in 2020 and will follow a young boy who is trying to find his place in the world and his identity.

55. Chuunibyou

Chūnibyō is a Japanese colloquial term typically used to describe early teens who have grandiose delusions, who desperately want to stand out, and who have convinced themselves that they have hidden knowledge or secret powers.

56. Clannad

Clannad is an anime series based on a visual novel of the same name. The story follows the life of Tomoya Okazaki, a high school delinquent who meets a strange girl named Nagisa Furukawa.

The story follows the life of Tomoya Okazaki, a high school delinquent who meets a strange girl named Nagisa Furukawa.

57. Code Geass

Code Geass is a Japanese anime series that was created by Sunrise, directed by Gorō Taniguchi, and written by Ichirō Ōkouchi. The series is set in an alternate timeline where the world is under the control of a global empire called the Holy Britannian Empire.

The protagonist Lelouch Lamperouge, who has been given the power of Geass from a mysterious girl named C.C., starts his rebellion against the Holy Britannian Empire with one goal in mind: to create a world where his little sister Nunnally can live happily.

58. Cowboy Bebop

Cowboy Bebop is a Japanese anime series that was released in 1998. It is set in the year 2071 and follows the adventures of a group of bounty hunters on their spaceship called Bebop.

The series has been praised for its animation, music, and style. It has also been noted for its strong focus on adult themes such as loneliness, depression, greed, and existentialism.

59. Don’t toy with me miss nagatoro

Don’t toy with me miss Anime is a Japanese manga series written by Shinjo Mayu and illustrated by Kiyo.

The series was published in the magazine “Monthly Comic Gene” from July 2008 to November 2009. It has been collected into two volumes.

60. Crest of the Stars

Crest of the Stars is a Japanese anime series that was produced by Sunrise. The series is set in a distant future where humans have colonized other planets and stars.

The story follows Jinto, who is the son of the empress of the Abh Empire, and Lafiel, who is a female warrior from the planet of Martine. The two meet when they are both assigned to be members on an exploration ship called Humankind’s Hope.

61. DanMachi

DanMachi is a Japanese light novel series written by Fujino Ōmori and illustrated by Suzuhito Yasuda. The story follows the adventures of Bell Cranel, a 14-year-old solo adventurer under the goddess Hestia.

The anime adaptation of DanMachi aired from April 4, 2017 to September 30, 2017 with 13 episodes. It was produced by J.C.Staff and directed by Yoshiki Yamakawa with music composed by Kenji Kawai and character designs handled by Shinichi Miyamae. The opening theme song is “Brave Shine” performed by Aimer while the ending theme song is “You’re my only one” performed by Haruka Tomatsu

62. Danganronpa

Danganronpa is a Japanese visual novel game series developed by Spike Chunsoft. The first game in the series was released on July 26, 2010 for the PlayStation Portable. The series has since been adapted into three manga adaptations, an anime television series and two films.

The first Danganronpa game was released on July 26, 2010 for the PlayStation Portable. It follows Kaede Akamatsu and seven other high school students who are trapped in a school and told that they must kill one of their classmates without being caught to escape the school.

The second Danganronpa game was released on November 29, 2012 for the PlayStation Vita. It follows Makoto Naegi and fourteen other high school students who are trapped in a school and told that they must kill one of their

63. Darker than Black

Darker than Black is a Japanese anime series that was created by Tensai Okamura and ran for two seasons in 2007 and 2008. The story centers on a group of people with special abilities, known as Contractors, who are able to use their powers in limited ways because they are linked to a mysterious power source called the “Heaven’s Gate”.

The first season of Darker than Black follows the protagonist Hei as he searches for his sister’s killer. The second season follows Hei and Yin as they try to find out what happened to their fellow Contractor Suou Pavlichenko.

64. Date A Live

Date A Live is a Japanese light novel series written by Koushi Tachibana and illustrated by Tsunako. The story follows Shido Itsuka, a high school student who accidentally obtains the power to control time and space after saving the life of a mysterious girl, who is revealed to be named Tohka Yatogami.

The anime adaptation was produced by Production IMS and aired from April 3 to June 19, 2014. The anime has been licensed in North America by Aniplex of America.

65. Digimon

Digimon is a Japanese media franchise that was created in 1997. The franchise began as a series of virtual pet toys, but it has since grown into a media franchise that includes anime, manga, video games, films and other merchandise.

66. Durarara

Durarara is a Japanese light novel series written by Ryohgo Narita and illustrated by Suzuhito Yasuda.

The story follows a group of people who are connected to each other in some way, shape or form. The series takes place in Ikebukuro, Tokyo.

The anime adaptation was produced by Brain’s Base and aired on January 8, 2010 until March 24, 2010.

67. Ef: A Tale of Memories / Melodies

Ef: A Tale of Memories is a Japanese visual novel developed by Key. The game was originally released in Japan on September 14, 2004 for Windows PCs and is the first game in the Ef series.

The story follows a high school student named Makoto Itou who meets two girls, Asuna Kagurazaka and Risa Harada, during summer vacation. The three decide to spend the summer together in their home town of Kazamatsuri. However, as they spend more time together, they begin to realize that there are some secrets about themselves that they do not know.

68. Eve no Jikan / Time of Eve

Eve no Jikan is a Japanese anime series that was released in 2007. It is based on the manga of the same name by Masakazu Katsura.

The story follows a girl named Eve who has been genetically modified to have cat-like features and abilities. She lives with her adoptive father, Dr. Tenma, in a futuristic world where animals are extinct and humans live side by side with robots.

69. FLCL

FLCL is an anime series written by Yōji Enokido, directed by Kazuya Tsurumaki and produced by the FLCL Production Committee.

The story follows Naota Nandaba, a twelve-year-old boy living in the fictional Japanese town of Mabase. Naota’s life changes after he meets Haruko Haruhara, an eccentric woman who runs over him with her moped and gives him a bag of strange pills called “manga.”

70. Fate

Fate anime is a Japanese anime series based on the visual novel Fate/stay night by Type-Moon.

The Fate series is a franchise of Japanese animated television series, films, manga, novels and video games. The story follows Shirou Emiya who becomes involved in a war between mages and their servants known as “Servants”. The story takes place in an alternate timeline where the Holy Grail was found during the Third Holy Grail War and its power was used to create the world as it is today.

The first season of Fate/stay night aired from October 4 to December 18, 2006 on TV Tokyo in Japan. It was directed by Yuji Yamaguchi and produced by Studio Deen. The second season aired from April 7 to June 16, 2007 on TV Tokyo in Japan

71. Fist of the North Star / Hokuto no Ken

The anime is set in a post-apocalyptic world where nuclear radiation has killed off most of the human population. The story centers on a man named Kenshiro, who was trained in the art of Hokuto Shinken, a deadly martial art that uses the body’s seven pressure points.

The anime is set in a post-apocalyptic world where nuclear radiation has killed off most of the human population. The story centers on a man named Kenshiro, who was trained in the art of Hokuto Shinken, a deadly martial art that uses the body’s seven pressure points.

72. Free!

Anime is a Japanese word that stands for animation. It is a style of animation that originated in Japan. Anime has been around since the 20th century and it has become more popular in recent years.

Anime is often used to tell stories about people, animals, or objects. The stories are usually in a fictional world with different customs and cultures than our own. Some anime shows are based on manga (Japanese comic books).

In this section, we will explore what anime is and how it became popular today.

73. Full Metal Panic!

Full Metal Panic! is a Japanese anime series that was created by Shoji Gatoh and Shiki Douji. The series was originally published as a light novel, and it has been adapted into other media such as manga, video games, and movies. The series takes place in the future where the Earth is invaded by aliens called the “Amalgam”.

The story follows Sousuke Sagara who is a member of an elite military unit known as Mithril. He is tasked with protecting Kaname Chidori who is a high school student from Tokyo.

74. Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet

Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet is a Japanese anime television series that aired from April 12, 2013 to September 29, 2013. The anime is set in the distant future where humans live on an artificial island called “the Float” and have lost contact with Earth.

The story follows Ledo, a soldier of the Galactic Alliance of Humankind who was sent to investigate a signal coming from Earth. He was stranded on Gargantia when his space ship crashed and he was rescued by its inhabitants. Ledo learns about their society and culture as he tries to find his way back home while also fighting against the invading species known as Hideauze.

75. Garo

Garo is a Japanese anime series that was first aired in October 2017. The series is set in the fictional world of Makai, where humans and demons coexist. The story follows the adventures of a Makai Knight named Garo, who is tasked with fighting against various demons.

The series was created by Keita Amemiya, who also directed the show. It was animated by MAPPA and distributed by Netflix Japan.

76. Genshiken

Genshiken is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Shimoku Kio. It was serialized in Comic Beam from 2002 to 2013. The manga was adapted into an anime series, which aired on TV Tokyo from 2006 to 2007.

The story follows the lives of a group of college students who join the Genshiken, an otaku club at their school.

77. Horimiya

Horimiya is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kei Sanbe. It was serialized in Square Enix’s seinen manga magazine Young Gangan from July 2013 to September 2016.

The story follows the life of Hori, a high school student who has no friends and is bullied by his classmates. One day, he finds a diary with the words “Horimiya Diary” on it. The diary belongs to a girl named Miyako Miyamura, who is also being bullied by her classmates. Hori decides to help her out and they become friends.

The anime adaptation of the manga premiered on October 3, 2015 on Tokyo MX and other channels in Japan. The series ran for 12 episodes until its conclusion on December 23, 2015.

78. Gintama

Gintama is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hideaki Sorachi. The story takes place in an alternate-historical Edo which has been conquered by aliens named Amanto. The samurai of Japan are forced to live in poverty, while the aliens enjoy the benefits of their advanced technology.

The series follows the adventures of a samurai, Gintoki Sakata, who works as a freelancer alongside his friends Shinpachi Shimura and Kagura in order to pay off his debt.

79. Girls und Panzer

Girls und Panzer is a 2011 Japanese anime television series created by Actas. The series revolves around a group of girls attending an all-girls school who enter a national tournament to show off their tanks and defend their school from other teams.

The Girls und Panzer anime has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks in North America, Madman Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand, MVM Films in the United Kingdom, and Manga Entertainment in Europe.

80. Grisaia

Grisaia Anime is a Japanese anime series based on the visual novel of the same name. It was created by Frontwing and released in 2011.

The story follows Yuuji Kazami, a high school student who has been attending Mihama Academy for the past year. He is an ordinary student with no special skills or traits, but he has one thing that makes him stand out from everyone else: his ability to see what other people cannot. One day, he meets a girl named Amane Suou who is being chased by some unknown person and decides to help her. After this event, Yuuji’s life changes forever as he becomes involved in various incidents that are somehow related to Mihama Academy and its students.

81. Gundam

Gundam is a Japanese media franchise created by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Hajime Yatate. It started as a series of anime television shows, and has since expanded into manga, novels, video games, films, and more.

The Gundam anime series is set in the Universal Century (U.C.) timeline which takes place in an alternate universe from the original Gundam universe. The story of the Gundam anime series follows the adventures of Amuro Ray and his friends as they fight to save humanity from various extraterrestrial threats such as Zeon Zum Deikun’s forces or the Axis Zeon forces led by Haman Karn.

82. Haikyuu!!

Haikyuu!! is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Haruichi Furudate. The story follows Shōyō Hinata, who joins the Karasuno High School volleyball team, despite being intimidated by the sport’s popularity.

The manga was first published in Weekly Shonen Jump in July 2012 and has been collected into 23 volumes as of October 2018. It has also been adapted into an anime television series, which aired from April 2014 to September 2018.

83. Haiyore! Nyaruko-san

Haiyore! Nyaruko-san is a Japanese anime series based on the light novel series of the same name written by Manta Aisora. It was produced by Xebec and aired in Japan between April 7, 2012 and September 29, 2012.

The anime is about a high school boy named Keiichi Morisato who makes a deal with a strange girl named Nyaruko to save his sister from being taken over by an evil alien race called the Etoiles. In return for his help, Nyaruko stays with him as his “familiar” (a servant or companion).

84. Hellsing

The Hellsing anime is a Japanese anime series that was created by the animation studio, Gonzo. The series is based on the manga of the same name, which was written and illustrated by Kouta Hirano. The anime follows the story of a secret organization known as “The Hellsing Organization” who are charged with protecting Queen and Country from supernatural threats.

The Hellsing Organization is led by Sir Integra Fairbrook Wingates Hellsing, who inherited her position from her father, Lord Richard Hellsing. The organization also employs various members of law enforcement such as policemen and women to assist them in their duties.

85. Hen Zemi

Hen Zemi is an anime, serialized in Shogakukan’s Monthly Ikki magazine from 2001 to 2003.

The story revolves around a high school student named Kazuya Shiraishi who has an ability to see ghosts and other supernatural beings. He meets a girl named Yoko Minato who has the same ability, but she can also see the future. Together they try to solve mysteries and help people with their problems.

86. Hetalia

Hetalia series began as a webcomic on December 28, 2006 in Japan. It was later published by Gentosha Comics and Tokyopop before the license was transferred to Funimation Entertainment.

The story follows the life of Italy and his friends as they live through World War II. The series is set in an alternate universe where countries are personified as human beings with animal ears and tails, called “anthro-animals.”

87. Hibike! Euphonium

The Hibike! Euphonium anime is a story about a high school band club. The main character, Kumiko, is a first-year student who has just joined the club. She has been playing the euphonium for nine years and is quite skilled at it.

The show follows Kumiko and her friends as they learn to play in the band together, grow as musicians, and develop their relationships with one another.

88. Hidamari Sketch

Hidamari Sketch is a slice-of-life anime series that revolves around the daily lives of four girls who live in the same apartment complex.

The show is set in a fictional town called Hidamari-chō, which is modeled after the real life town of Tomigaya, Tokyo. The name “hidamari” means “sunshine” and “sketch” refers to the sketchbook that one of the main characters carries with her at all times.

89. Higurashi no Naku Koro ni

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni is a Japanese anime series based on the visual novel of the same name. The story follows a group of people who are trying to solve a series of murders in their small town.

The anime was first aired in 2006 and has since been adapted into several manga, video games, and novels.

90. IDOLiSH7

IDOLiSH7 is a Japanese multimedia project that started in 2015. It consists of a series of anime, manga, video games and music. The story follows the lives of seven boys who are trying to become top idols.

The IDOLiSH7 anime is based on the original manga series by Bandai Namco Entertainment and was directed by Takahiro Ikezoe. The anime premiered on October 6, 2018 and ran for 12 episodes until December 23, 2018.

91. Initial D

Initial D is an anime series, that follows the story of Takumi Fujiwara, a high school student with a natural talent for driving, in his racing pursuits on the public highways. Initial D is one of the best-selling manga series of all time, with over 150 million copies sold worldwide as of 2017.

92. Inuyasha

Inuyasha series follows Inuyasha’s quest to find the fragments of the Shikon Jewel so that he can become a full demon and rule over Japan; Kagome’s search for her lost brother; and their battles against various enemies who want to take over or destroy the Shikon Jewel.

93. K (K Project)

K Project is an anime that has been airing since October 2018. It is a story about a group of people who are trying to save the world from the “End.” The story follows the protagonist, K, and his friends as they try to find out who they are and what their purpose is.

The anime was created by Studio GoHands, which also created other popular anime such as Hand Shakers and Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann.

94. K-On

K-On story follows the lives of five high school girls who form an afterschool rock band, with each girl specializing in a different instrument.

95. Kaiji

Kaiji anime story is about a man who is forced to gamble for his life in order to pay off his debt. He must play against the most powerful people in the world of gambling, and he has no idea what cards they are holding. The story follows Kaiji as he tries to survive this high-stakes game of poker with the odds stacked against him.

96. Kamichu!

Kamichu! is a Japanese anime series created by Takahiro Omori. The story revolves around a girl who has the power to see and communicate with spirits. She is also the only one in her village who can see them.

The show is about a girl named Yoshie, who lives in a small rural village and has the ability to see and talk with spirits. One day, she saves an injured crane from being killed by other cranes, but it dies anyway. Yoshie then finds out that she has been chosen as the new Kamichu (a person who can see and talk with spirits) of her village, which makes her responsible for protecting it from any evil spirit that may come their way.

97. Kara no Kyoukai

Kara no Kyoukai is a series of seven movies based on the novel by Kinoko Nasu. It is an anime adaptation of the light novel series written by Kinoko Nasu and illustrated by Takashi Takeuchi.

The first movie in the series was released on August 17, 2007, and the seventh and final movie was released on October 23, 2012. The first six movies are based on the first six novels in the original light novel series. The seventh movie is an alternate retelling of the events of Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners with some scenes from Kara no Kyoukai: The Hollow Shrine added into it.

98. Kino’s Journey

Kino’s Journey is a Japanese anime series based on the light novel of the same name. The story follows Kino and her talking motorcycle Hermes as they travel through a world with many different countries, each with its own unique culture.

The anime was first aired in 2003 and has been broadcast in more than twenty countries. It is one of the most popular anime series in Japan, with over two million copies sold worldwide.

99. Kiss X Sis

Kiss X Sis is a Japanese anime series. It is about two step-sisters, Ako and Riko, who share a deep bond. They have been living together since they were little and they are always there for each other. The story begins with the two of them starting their first year of high school.

The series has been adapted into manga and light novel formats as well.

100. Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!

Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! is a Japanese light novel series written by Natsume Akatsuki. The story follows Kazuma Satou, a hikikomori who is given a second chance at life after he is killed in an accident.

The anime adaptation of Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! was produced by Studio Deen and aired from January 12 to March 25, 2017.

101. Kuroko no Basuke

Kuroko no Basuke is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tadatoshi Fujimaki. It tells the story of a high school basketball team trying to make it to the national tournament.

The manga was first published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from December 2008 to September 2014, with the chapters collected into 30 tankōbon volumes as of December 2014. The series has been adapted into an anime television series produced by Production I.G which began airing in Japan on April 7, 2012 and ended on March 25, 2014. A sequel anime television series titled Kuroko no Basuke: Last Game aired from October 7, 2017 to March 23, 2018.

102. Kuroshitsuji / Black Butler

Kuroshitsuji is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yana Toboso. The story follows Sebastian Michaelis, a demon who serves as the butler to Ciel Phantomhive, the twelve-year-old head of a British noble family.

The manga was serialized in Square Enix’s Monthly Shōnen Gangan magazine between September 2006 and August 2013. The individual chapters were collected and published in 23 tankōbon volumes by Square Enix. The series has been adapted into an anime series produced by A-1 Pictures, which aired on MBS from October 2008 to March 2009 with a total of twenty-six episodes; two additional episodes were released on DVD.

103. Kyoukai no Kanata

Kyoukai no Kanata is a Japanese anime series that aired in 2013. It is based on the light novel of the same name written by Nagomu Torii.

The story revolves around a high school student named Akihito Kanbara who is half-human and half-yōmu. He has the ability to see yōma, supernatural creatures that feed on humans’ life force, but he’s not very good at fighting them off. One day, he meets Mirai Kuriyama, a girl who is an anti-yōma weapon and has been fighting yōma for years.

104. Kyousougiga

Kyousougiga is a Japanese anime series that was created by the artist, director, and writer, Mamoru Oshii. The story is about a family of fox spirits who live in Kyoto. The family consists of three siblings: Koto, Shouma, and Yase. They are all descendants of the original Kyōsōgiga from the Heian period.

The story begins with Koto as she is being chased by a group of people in black robes. She escapes to her home where she finds her brother Shouma and sister Yase waiting for her. They tell her that they have been expecting this day for some time now and that they will have to leave their home because it has been discovered by outsiders.

105. Legend of the Galactic Heroes

The series is set in the distant future, where humanity has conquered space and colonized countless star systems. The Galactic Empire, which was established to bring order to the galaxy, is now the corrupt and decaying face of tyranny. The Free Planets Alliance strives to defeat the Galactic Empire and establish a new era of peace.

The story focuses on two young military geniuses: Reinhard von Lohengramm from the Galactic Empire and Yang Wen-li from the Free Planets Alliance. As children, both were members of a military academy known as “the Goldenbaum Dynasty.” They are best friends but their ideologies clash: Reinhard believes in a strong centralized government while Yang Wen-li believes in democracy.

106. Little Witch Academia

Little Witch Academia is an anime series that follows the adventures of Akko Kagari, a young witch-in-training. The story revolves around Akko’s time at Luna Nova Magical Academy, a school for witches.

The series is set in a world where magic exists but is not common. The only people who can use magic are witches and those with witch ancestry. Witches are born into families of witches and they inherit their magical abilities from their parents.

107. Love Hina

Love Hina is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ken Akamatsu. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from August 24, 1997 to October 24, 2000. The story follows the life of a boy named Keitaro Urashima who is trying to pass the entrance exams for Tokyo University.

The manga was adapted into an anime series produced by Xebec which aired on TV Tokyo from April 3, 2000 to September 25, 2000.

108. Love Live

Love Live is a Japanese multimedia project co-developed by ASCII Media Works’ Dengeki G’s Magazine, the music label Lantis, and the anime studio Sunrise.

The project features an ongoing anime series produced by Sunrise, a manga series published in Dengeki G’s Magazine, several novels published by ASCII Media Works and Kadokawa Corporation, music releases from Lantis and various video games developed by Koei Tecmo.

Love Live is set in an alternate reality where school idols are popular. The protagonist schoolgirl Honoka Kosaka discovers that her school will be shut down due to lack of applicants. To bring the number of applicants up so that her school won’t be closed down, she decides to become a school idol along with other girls from her class.

109. Lupin III

Lupin III is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Monkey Punch. It follows the adventures of master thief Arsène Lupin III, the grandson of Arsène Lupin, the gentleman thief of Maurice Leblanc’s series of novels.

The manga was first published as a serial in Shōnen Sunday from August 1967 to October 1969. The individual chapters were collected and published in a total of 18 tankōbon volumes by Shogakukan between March 1968 and December 1971. It was adapted into an anime television series which aired on Nippon Television from October 3, 1971 to March 26, 1972 for a total of 52 episodes.

110. Macross

Macross is a Japanese science fiction anime series that was first aired in 1982. It is the first part of a six-part series called the “Macross Saga.” The story follows an interstellar war between Earth and an alien race called the Zentradi.

The series has been remade three times, with the latest remake airing in 2012.

111. Madoka Magica

Madoka Magica is a Japanese anime series that was created by Shaft and Aniplex. The series is about a girl named Madoka Kaname who has the ability to make a contract with Kyubey, a magical creature, in order to become a magical girl.

The story follows Madoka as she becomes increasingly aware of the dark secrets surrounding the magical girls and Kyubey’s role in it all. The anime was first released on television on January 6th, 2011 and ended on March 26th, 2012.

112. Magi

Magi Anime is a Japanese anime series that has been airing since October 2012. The anime is based on the manga of the same name written by Shinobu Ohtaka.

The story follows Aladdin, a young boy who lives in the kingdom of Balbadd with his mother and sister. One day, he meets Alibaba, a young man who has traveled from China to search for his older brother. Together they embark on an adventure and discover their destinies as Magi.

113. Mahou Sensei Negima

Mahou Sensei Negima is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ken Akamatsu. The manga was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from 2003 to 2012, with the chapters collected into 38 tankōbon volumes. The story follows a 10-year-old Japanese boy named Negi Springfield, who becomes a teacher of magic at an all-girls school in England called Mahora Academy.

The anime adaptation was produced by Xebec and ran on TV Tokyo from April 2006 to March 2008, spanning 26 episodes.

114. Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha

Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha is an anime series that was originally released in 2004. It is a story about a girl named Nanoha Takamachi who has the power to use magic and becomes a magical girl. The anime series is based on the light novel series of the same name written by Masaki Tsuzuki.

The Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha anime series was originally released in 2004 and is based on the light novel series of the same name written by Masaki Tsuzuki.

115. Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei / The Irregular at Magic High School

Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei is a Japanese light novel series written by Satō Tsutomu. The series was published by ASCII Media Works under their Dengeki Bunko imprint from April 2009 to March 2014.

The story revolves around Tatsuya Shiba, a high school student who attends the prestigious First High School in Japan which is famous for its high-level academics and competitive sports. He has an older sister named Miyuki who is one of the top students at the school and has been accepted into Harvard University in America. Tatsuya himself is not so good at academics but he has a special ability called “Magic” which makes him one of the most powerful students in his school.

116. Major

Major (Gorō Honda) is a Japanese anime series that was created by the animation studio, TMS Entertainment. The series aired in Japan from October 1, 1988 to March 31, 1989.

The story follows Gorō Honda who is a high school student who has been living with his uncle since his parents died in an accident when he was young. He is not very good at anything and spends most of his time playing baseball with his friends. One day, Gorō meets a girl named Sachiko Ogasawara and falls in love with her at first sight. However, she already has a boyfriend named Toshiya Sato and Gorō cannot compete with him because of their different backgrounds.

Gorō’s life changes when he meets Sachiko again at the train station one day while

117. Milky Holmes

The Milky Holmes anime is a Japanese anime series that was released in 2009. It is based on the manga of the same name, written by Gosho Aoyama. The series follows the adventures of Sherlock Shellingford and her two assistants, Nero Yuzurizaki and Hercule Barton, as they solve mysteries around Japan.

The show has been adapted into an anime series by J.C.Staff and Studio Comet in 2009. The first season aired from April to September 2009, with a total of 12 episodes. The second season aired from October to December 2010 with a total of 13 episodes.

118. Mobile Police Patlabor

Mobile Police Patlabor is a Japanese anime series that was first aired in 1989. It is set in the near future, and it follows the adventures of a police unit that specializes in fighting against giant robots.

The series was created by Headgear and produced by Sunrise. The show has been adapted into two manga series, two light novels, and an OVA.

119. Monogatari / Bakemonogatari

Monogatari is a Japanese novel series written by Nisio Isin. Bakemonogatari is the first series of novels in the Monogatari series and was published in 2006.

The story revolves around Koyomi Araragi, a third-year high school student who survived a vampire attack, and finds himself helping some girls involved with all kinds of apparitions, gods, ghosts, mythological beasts, and spirits.

120. Mushishi

Mushishi is a Japanese anime series based on the manga of the same name written by Yuki Urushibara. The story follows Ginko, a mushi master who travels around to solve various problems caused by mushi.

The show is set in an era where science and logic have yet to be developed, and people live in simple times. However, this era is also one where supernatural beings called “mushi” exist. Mushi are invisible to most people and can only be seen by children or those who study them, such as Ginko.

121. Natsume Yuujinchou

Natsume Yuujinchou is a Japanese anime series based on the manga of the same name by Yuki Midorikawa. The anime was produced by Brain’s Base and directed by Takahiro Omori.

The story follows a boy named Natsume Takashi who can see spirits, and his ability to interact with them. He inherits his grandmother Reiko’s Book of Friends, which contains the names of spirits that she had befriended and contracts with them to help them or grant their requests in exchange for their names being written into the book.

122. Neon Genesis Evangelion / NGE

Neon Genesis Evangelion is a Japanese anime series that was created by Gainax and Tatsunoko Production. It first aired on TV Tokyo in 1995. The series has been called an influential work of anime and has had a significant impact on the global culture.

The story of Neon Genesis Evangelion revolves around Shinji Ikari, a teenager who is recruited by his father to pilot an enormous bio-mechanical weapon called Evangelion in order to fight against monstrous beings known as Angels.

123. Night Raid

Night Raid is a Japanese anime series based on the manga of the same name. It was created by Tatsuhiko Urahata and aired from October 5, 2018 to December 29, 2018. The anime was produced by Studio Pierrot and directed by Masahiro Mukai.

The story follows a group of people who are trying to stop an evil organization called “Guild” from destroying the world with monsters called “Night Raids”.

124. No Game No Life

No Game No Life is a Japanese anime series that was adapted from the light novel of the same name. The series follows Sora and Shiro, two hikikomori who are known as NEETs. NEETs are people who have not been in a job or school for more than six months. They spend their time playing video games and other activities.

The story takes place in a world where every human has lost all of their emotions, with the exception of two people: Sora and Shiro. The two siblings live together in an abandoned castle on an alternate Earth, which they call Disboard. They are challenged by Tet to a game called Disboard’s version of chess, with stakes being that if they lose they will be exiled from Disboard forever.

125. Non Non Biyori

Non Non Biyori is an anime series that follows the life of a group of girls who live in a rural village. The show is set in the countryside, and it emphasizes the importance of family and community.

The story begins with four girls – Hotaru Ichijou, Natsumi Koshigaya, Komari Koshigaya, Renge Miyauchi – who are all friends from elementary school. They live in a small rural town called Asahigaoka. The show’s main focus is on their daily lives and how they interact with each other as they grow up.

The series has been praised for its lighthearted comedy and its depiction of childhood innocence. It has also been praised for its realistic portrayal of rural life in Japan.

126. Noragami

Noragami is an anime series about a minor god who is looking for a place to live. He finds himself in the middle of a war between gods, and he needs to find his way back to his own world.

The show follows the life of Yato, a minor god who wants to live peacefully and help people with their problems. He has trouble finding work because he doesn’t have many followers, so he ends up working as a part-time God of fortune telling at shrines. He also helps people by solving their problems for them or granting them wishes.

Yato’s life changes when he meets Hiyori Iki, an elementary school girl who was killed in an accident and became a ghost. She wants him to help her find out how she died so that he can fix her body.

127. OreImo / Ore no Imouto

OreImo is a Japanese light novel series written by Tsukasa Fushimi. The story revolves around a boy who finds out that his sister is an otaku and has been hiding it from him for years.

The anime adaptation of the series was produced by AIC and aired on TBS in Japan between October 2010 and March 2011. It was also broadcast on TVA, AT-X, BS11, MBS, and other networks. The anime has been licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks under the title My Little Sister Can’t Be This Cute.

128. Precure

Precure is a Japanese anime series that was created by Toei Animation. The series is about a group of girls who have the ability to transform into legendary warriors known as Pretty Cure. They fight against the evil forces of the Miasma, who are trying to take over the world.

129. Psycho Pass

Psycho Pass is a Japanese anime series that was first aired in 2012. It is set in the near future, where it is possible to instantaneously measure and quantify a person’s state of mind and personality. The story follows Akane Tsunemori, who joins the police force of a future world where people’s mental health is monitored with high-tech scanners.

The series has been praised for its exploration of the human psyche and society, as well as its animation style and soundtrack.

130. Queensblade

Queensblade is an anime series that was originally created by the Japanese animation studio Studio Deen. The series follows the adventures of a young woman named Shizuka, who is chosen to become the next Queen of her people.

The Queensblade anime series was originally created by Studio Deen, a Japanese animation studio. The series follows the adventures of a young woman named Shizuka, who is chosen to become the next Queen of her people.

131. Radiant

Radiant is a French comic book series written and illustrated by Tony Valente.

The series follows Seth, a 15-year-old boy who has survived a Nemesis attack.

132. Raildex / Toaru / Railgun / Index

Railgun is a Japanese manga series written by Kazuma Kamachi and illustrated by Motoi Fuyukawa.

Toaru Majutsu no Index (とある魔術の禁書目録, Toaru Majutsu no Index?) is a Japanese light novel series written by Kazuma Kamachi and illustrated by Kiyotaka Haimura.

Raildex is a Japanese anime series written by Kazuma Kamachi and illustrated by Chika Umino.

Index Anime is an anime adaptation of the Toaru Majutsu no Index light novels, animated by J.C.Staff and produced by Kadokawa Shoten, J.C.Staff, Dentsu Inc., ASCII Media Works, and Sony Music Communications

133. Ousama Ranking of kings

The ranking of kings anime is a list of the best anime series.

This list is compiled by taking into account the following factors:

– The number of votes on MyAnimeList.net

– The number of reviews on MyAnimeList.net

– The average rating on MyAnimeList.net

134. Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- (kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu)

Re:ZERO is a Japanese light novel series written by Tappei Nagatsuki and illustrated by Shinichirou Otsuka. The story centers on Subaru Natsuki, a high school student who finds himself transported to another world on his way home from the convenience store.

The series has been adapted into an anime television series, which aired between April 4 and September 29, 2016. The anime has been licensed for streaming in North America by Crunchyroll.

135. ReLIFE

ReLIFE is a Japanese anime series based on the manga of the same name. The story follows Arata Kaizaki, a 27-year-old unemployed man who has no motivation in life. He meets Ryo Yoake, a member of ReLife Research Institute, who offers him a drug that can change his appearance to 17 years old and one year ago in order to start his life over again.

The anime is about Arata Kaizaki’s journey as he tries to find what it means to live and what it means to be human.

136. Rec

Rec (stylized as REC) is a Japanese manga series by Q-Tarō Hanamizawa.

The story follows the relationship between Fumihiko Matsumaru, a salaryman, and Aka Onda, an aspiring voice actress.

137. Rozen Maiden

Rozen Maiden is an anime series based on the manga of the same name by Peach-Pit. The series was produced by Studio Deen and aired on TV Tokyo from 2005 to 2006.

The story revolves around Jun Sakurada, a middle school student who is obsessed with dolls. One day, he buys a strange doll from his classmate, Shinku, and brings it home to show his parents. They warn him that the doll is cursed and will bring death upon anyone who owns it. However, Jun does not believe them and continues to play with the doll in secret.

138. Rurouni Kenshin / Samurai X

Rurouni Kenshin is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Nobuhiro Watsuki. The story takes place during the early Meiji period in Japan and follows a former assassin from the Bakumatsu, known as Hitokiri Battōsai. After meeting a young girl who reminds him of his lost love, Himura Kenshin wanders the countryside of Japan offering protection and aid to those in need.

The manga was first published on September 28, 1994 in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine and ended on November 4, 1999. The series consists of 28 volumes collected into 18 tankōbon volumes. An anime adaptation aired from January 10 to December 26, 1996 on Fuji TV in Japan with a total of 95 episodes.

139. Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan

Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Shūichi Asō. The series was published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump from December 2012 to October 2018.

The manga has been adapted into an anime television series, animated by J.C.Staff and directed by Hiroaki Sakurai, which aired on TV Tokyo from April 4, 2018 to September 29, 2018 for a total of 24 episodes.

140. Saint Seiya

Saint Seiya is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masami Kurumada. The story focuses on the adventures of five mystical warriors known as “Saints” who have sworn to defend their goddess Athena in her battle against evil.

The manga was first published in Japan by Shueisha in 1986, and has since been translated into various languages and spawned a media franchise. The anime adaptation, produced by Toei Animation, aired from 1987 to 1989 with a total of 114 episodes.

141. Saki

Saki is a manga series written by Ritz Kobayashi and illustrated by Miho Takeoka. The manga was serialized in Square Enix’s Monthly Shōnen Gangan magazine from 2007 to 2012, and has been collected into twenty-two volumes as of October 2016.

The story follows Saki Miyanaga, a high school freshman who is the youngest member of her family’s mahjong club. When she was younger, her father died in an accident and her mother died from illness not long after. She lives with her grandmother who owns a mahjong parlor called Kiyosumi Mahjong Parlor.

The series has been adapted into an anime television series by J.C.Staff that aired between January 8, 2011 and March 29, 2011 on TV Kanagawa.

142. Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei

The anime is about a high school teacher named Nozomu Itoshiki who has a pessimistic view on life. He is also the main character of the series. The show revolves around his interactions with his students, colleagues, and family.

Nozomu Itoshiki is a high school teacher who has a pessimistic view on life. He is also the main character of the series. The show revolves around his interactions with his students, colleagues, and family.

143. Seitokai Yakuindomo

Seitokai Yakuindomo is a Japanese anime series that was first aired in 2009. The show is about a high school student who becomes the vice president of the student council and has to deal with all sorts of problems. The show is based on a light novel series by Tozen Ujiie.

The anime has been praised for its comedy, ecchi, and character development. It has also been criticized for its lack of plot and poor animation quality.

144. Senki Zesshou Symphogear

Senki Zesshou Symphogear is a Japanese anime series that was first aired in 2012. It is about a group of girls who use special armor to fight against the Noise, creatures that are born from the negative thoughts and feelings of humans.

The story follows Hibiki Tachibana, a girl who has an ability to create an armor from her own body and fights against the Noise with her friends. The show has been praised for its unique storyline and character development.

145. Shakugan no Shana

Shakugan no Shana is a Japanese anime series that was created by the animation studio J.C. Staff and aired on TV Tokyo from October 2004 to March 2008. The story follows a high school student named Yuji Sakai who is pulled into an alternate dimension known as the Crimson Realm, where he meets a girl with flaming red hair and fiery eyes named Shana who wields a katana in battle.

The series has been adapted into multiple manga series, video games, light novels and other media.

146. Shingeki no Bahamut

Shingeki no Bahamut is a Japanese anime series that was first aired in 2014. It is based on the manga of the same name, which was written by author Takehaya. The anime series has been licensed by Funimation Entertainment and it is available for streaming on their website.

The story revolves around a world where humans are at war with demons and monsters. The protagonist of the story, Favaro Leone, is a bounty hunter who hunts down criminals for money. He meets Kaisar Lidfard, a knight from an order of knights called “Knights of the Round Table”. Kaisar tells him that he has to find Princess Amira because she is being pursued by demons and monsters.

147. Kemeno Jihen

Kemeno Jihen is a Japanese anime series that was released in 2018. It is about a group of people who are trying to save the world from an impending apocalypse.

The series has been praised for its unique and creative storytelling, as well as its diverse cast of characters.

148. Slayers

Slayers is a Japanese anime series that was first aired in 1991. It is based on the novels written by Hajime Kanzaka and illustrated by Rui Araizumi. The story revolves around a teenage girl named Lina Inverse who has the power to cast spells and defeat monsters. She meets up with a young boy named Gourry Gabriev who becomes her partner in her adventures.

The anime series was popular in Japan and it was also broadcasted internationally, including in the United States, Canada, Australia, France, Italy and Latin America. It has been translated into English under the name Slayers: The Motion Picture as well as Slayers: The Book of Spells.

149. Sora no Woto

Sora no Woto is a Japanese anime series. It was created by the animation studio P.A. Works and aired from January to March 2009. The story is set in a post-apocalyptic world where the only survivors are children who were in cryogenic sleep during the destruction of mankind.

The story follows Kanata Sorami, a cheerful girl who lives in an isolated village with her grandfather, Shiro, and other children as they try to find out what happened to the world outside their village and why they are still alive.

150. Soukyuu no Fafner

The Soukyuu no Fafner anime is a 26-episode series that aired in 2003. It was produced by the studio Xebec and directed by Nobuyoshi Habara. The story is set in a post-apocalyptic world where the Earth has been invaded by aliens called Festum. The protagonist, Kazuki Makabe, is a high school student who lives with his sister and father in Yokohama. He encounters an alien girl named Saki Rukino and becomes involved with the resistance against the invaders.

The Soukyuu no Fafner anime was well received by critics and fans alike for its interesting storyline, its unique art style, its well-developed characters, and its use of military strategy to portray the battle between humans and aliens.

151. Soul eater

Soul Eater is an anime series that was created by Atsushi Ōkubo. It follows the story of a group of students who are attending the Death Weapon Meister Academy to learn how to use weapons called “Death Scythes” to fight against evil beings called “Kishin”.

The anime was first aired on TV Tokyo in 2008 and has since been licensed by Funimation Entertainment in North America. The manga series was first published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from 2004 to 2013.

152. Space Battleship Yamato

Space Battleship Yamato is a Japanese anime series that was created by Leiji Matsumoto. It was first broadcast in 1974 and it’s the first anime to be made with an entirely hand-drawn animation technique.

The series follows the adventures of a young boy named Susumu Kodai, who is the captain of the spaceship Yamato. He and his crew are tasked with finding a way to save Earth from being destroyed by an alien race called Gamilas.

153. Steins;Gate

Steins;Gate is a Japanese anime series based on the visual novel of the same name. The story revolves around Rintaro Okabe, a self-proclaimed mad scientist who believes that he can change the past with his invention, a time machine called “Future Gadget #3” (or “Phone Microwave”).

The anime was produced by White Fox and aired between April 6 and September 14, 2011. The series was originally planned to be 24 episodes long but due to its popularity, it was extended to 25 episodes.

154. Strike Witches

Strike Witches is a Japanese anime series based on the manga of the same name written by Humikane Shimada. The series was directed by Kazuhiro Takamura and produced by Gonzo.

The story revolves around an alternate-history Earth invaded by alien species known as Neuroi, and follows a group of young girls who are recruited to fight against them using machines called Striker Units that they control with their minds.

155. Sword Art Online

Sword Art Online is an anime series that was originally created by Reki Kawahara. The series was first published as a light novel in 2009 and has since been adapted into multiple manga, anime, video games and movies.

The story follows the protagonist Kirito after he and thousands of gamers get trapped in a virtual reality video game known as Sword Art Online. The only way to escape is by beating all 100 levels of the game. However, if their avatars die in the game, their bodies will also die in real life.

156. Tamako Market

Tamako Market is a Japanese anime series based on the manga of the same name.

The story revolves around a high school girl named Tamako Kitashirakawa who lives in a shopping district with her father. She is an energetic and cheerful girl who loves to eat, especially mochi. One day, she meets a talking bird named Dera Mochimazzi and he tells her that she is the princess of the country of Birdcage Kingdom and must return to save it from being taken over by the evil Emperor Dodo.

Tamako Market was created by Kyoto Animation and aired in Japan between January 11, 2013 and March 30, 2013. It was licensed for release in North America by Sentai Filmworks on October 16, 2014.

157. Tamayura

Tamayura is a Japanese anime series produced by Kyoto Animation. The story follows Fū Sawatari, a 10-year-old girl who moves to her grandmother’s home in the countryside after her mother remarries.

The series focuses on Fū’s life in the small town of Kazemai and her interactions with the people around her, such as her new friends and classmates, as well as the natural world.

158. Tenchi Muyo

Tenchi Muyo is a Japanese anime series that was created by Masaki Kajishima and Hiroki Hayashi. It was originally released in 1992 and it has spawned several sequels, films, and OVAs.

The story follows the life of Tenchi Masaki, a high school student who lives with his mother and two sisters. One day, Tenchi meets a girl named Ryoko who is from another planet. She tells him that she’s an alien princess and she needs his help to get back to her home planet because it has been taken over by an evil space pirate named Zagato.

159. Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann

Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann is an anime series that was created by Gainax and co-produced by Aniplex and Konami. The series follows a young boy named Simon who finds a mecha buried in the ground and starts fighting against the forces of the Spiral King, Lordgenome.

The series has been praised for its animation, action scenes, story, characters, dialogue, themes and music. It has also been criticized for its pacing which some people felt was too fast.

160. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya is an anime series that was created by Kyoto Animation. It was directed by Tatsuya Ishihara and written by Nagaru Tanigawa. The series aired in 2006 and had a total of 14 episodes.

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya is about a high school girl named Haruhi Suzumiya who has the power to change reality. She has the power to make any wish come true, but she doesn’t know it yet. She is also unaware that she has this power because she is not aware of her own emotions or feelings.

161. The World God Only Knows / TWGOK

The World God Only Knows is a Japanese anime series based on the manga of the same name by Tamiki Wakaki. The story follows a young man who is forced to capture “lost souls” that are hiding in human bodies.

The anime series was produced by Studio Deen and directed by Tatsuya Ishihara. It aired on TV Tokyo from April 7, 2010 to September 16, 2010 for a total of 24 episodes.

162. The [email protected] / IDOLMASTER

The iDOLM STER Anime is a Japanese anime series created by Sunrise. The series is about a group of girls who are trying to become the best idols in Japan.

The iDOLM STER Anime was first aired on October 5, 2018.

163. To LOVE-Ru

To LOVE-Ru is a Japanese manga series written by Kentaro Yabuki and illustrated by Saki Hasemi. The story follows the protagonist, Rito Yuuki, who is caught in a love triangle between his childhood friend Haruna Sairenji and the alien princess Lala.

The manga was first serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine on October 12, 2006. As of December 2018, 37 volumes have been released in Japan. The manga has also been adapted into an anime series produced by AIC and Aniplex which aired on TV Tokyo from October 3, 2008 to March 26, 2010 with a total of 26 episodes.

164. Toradora!

Toradora! is a Japanese anime series that aired in 2008. It was created by the animation studio J.C.Staff and directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai. The story follows the life of Ryuuji Takasu, a high school student who has an unusual problem: he has an uncontrollable urge to hit people, especially those close to him.

The story begins with Ryuuji meeting a girl named Taiga Aisaka on the street and being smacked in the face by her after she thinks he is trying to look up her skirt. Taiga is actually looking for someone else, but she later realizes that it was Ryuuji who she had hit and apologizes for her actions. After this incident, they become friends and start hanging out together at school as friends.

165. Trigun

Trigun is a Japanese anime series that was created by Yasuhiro Nightow. It follows the story of Vash the Stampede, who is a pacifist and has a 60 billion double dollar bounty on his head. The anime was first aired in April 1998 and it has 26 episodes.

The anime is set in the future where humans have colonized other planets and space colonies. The show follows Vash, who travels from planet to planet looking for peace while being chased by bounty hunters because of his large bounty on his head.

166. Trinity seven

Trinity Seven is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kenji Saitō. The manga was serialized in Kadokawa Shoten’s “Monthly Shōnen Ace” magazine from October 2011 to November 2016.

The story follows Arata Kasuga, a high school student who is told that he has been chosen as the one to become the next “Trinity Seven,” a powerful mage who must fight against the other six “Trinity Seven” in order to keep balance in the world.

167. Uta no Prince sama

Uta no Prince sama Anime is a Japanese anime series. It is based on the visual novel of the same name. The anime was directed by Kenichi Imaizumi and produced by A-1 Pictures.

The story follows a high school student named Haruka Nanami who is given the opportunity to enter a prestigious academy for talented musicians, but she must first prove her worth as a musician to enter.

168. Violet Evergarden

Violet Evergarden is an anime series that was released in 2018. It is based on the light novel of the same name. The series follows a girl who has lost her memories and is now working as a military officer.

The anime has received critical acclaim for its visuals, music, and story. It has also been praised for its portrayal of mental health and PTSD.

169. WIXOSS

WIXOSS is a japanese anime, about card game that is played by girls in the anime series. The cards are used to battle and the winner takes the loser’s cards.

The anime series follows a girl named Yuzuki who has just moved to Tokyo and starts playing WIXOSS. She meets another girl named Ruko who is also new to the city and they become friends. They both start playing WIXOSS together, but Yuzuki soon realizes that she can’t stop playing it because she has been chosen by a LRIG card called “Rukia”.

170. Wake Up, Girls!

Wake Up, Girls! is an anime, the story follows the lives of seven girls who are struggling to make their way into show business in Japan’s male-dominated industry.

171. White Album

The White Album Anime is a Japanese anime series based on the visual novel of the same name. The anime was produced by Studio Pierrot and aired on TV Tokyo from October to December 2009.

The story revolves around the protagonist, Haruki Kitahara, and his relationships with three girls: Yuki Morikawa, Naoko Yanagisawa, and Rina Ogata. The story takes place in Japan in the year 1978-1979.

172. Wolfs Rain

Wolf’s Rain is a Japanese anime series that was created by director Tensai Okamura and produced by Bones. It follows the journey of four wolves, Kiba, Tsume, Hige and Toboe as they search for Paradise.

The series was originally aired on TV Tokyo in Japan from January 6, 2003 to March 31, 2003. The series was licensed for North American distribution by Funimation Entertainment and first aired in the United States on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim programming block from November 7, 2003 to April 3, 2004.

173. Working!!

Working!! is a Japanese four-panel manga series written and illustrated by Karino Takatsu. The manga was serialized in Houbunsha’s seinen manga magazine Manga Time Kirara Max from the May 2008 issue to the October 2017 issue. A 13-episode anime television series adaptation aired in Japan between April and June 2015.

The story follows high school student Souta Takanashi who gets a job at Wagnaria, a family restaurant managed by his father, despite being told he would never succeed as a waiter due to his lack of experience.

174. XxxHolic

XxxHolic is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by CLAMP. The manga was serialized in the monthly shōjo manga magazine Nakayoshi from 2002 to 2008, with the chapters collected into 18 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha. The story follows Yuuko Ichihara, a witch who runs a strange shop that grants people’s wishes, in particular those of young girls.

The series is set in Tokyo and follows the adventures of high school student Kimihiro Watanuki who works part-time at Yuuko’s shop to pay off the cost of his wish-granting.

175. Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru / Oregairu

Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru (やはり俺の青春ラブコメはまちがっている) is a Japanese light novel series written by Wataru Watari. The story follows a boy named Hikigaya Hachiman who is an antisocial high school student with a distorted view on life and no friends or girlfriend. When he sees his classmates talking excitedly about living their adolescent lives, he mutters, “They’re a bunch of liars.” When he is asked about his future dreams, he responds, “Not working.” A teacher gets Hachiman to join the volunteer service club where Hachiman meets three girls—Yui Yuigahama, Yukino Yuk

176. Yama no Susume

Yama no Susume is an anime series about a girl who is struggling to find her place in the world. She has a hard time making friends and she doesn’t know what she wants to do with her life. One day, she meets a mountain climber and decides that she wants to be like him. The show follows her journey as she tries to become a mountain climber herself.

The show is based on the manga of the same name by Shiro Yama, which was published in 2013. It was adapted into an anime series by Silver Link and began airing on July 8th, 2018.

177. Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches

Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Miki Yoshikawa. The manga was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from April 2012 to September 2016, with the chapters collected into 18 tankōbon volumes as of December 2016.

The story follows high school student Yamada who accidentally peeks on the witch Urara while she is bathing, leading her to turn him into a dog. He later finds out that he can turn back into a human if he peeks on seven witches who live in seven different schools across Japan.

178. Yowamushi Pedal

Yowamushi Pedal is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Wataru Watanabe. The manga was serialized in Akita Shoten’s Weekly Shōnen Champion from 2008 to 2016, and has been collected into 37 tankōbon volumes as of December 2016.

The story follows Sakamichi Onoda, an otaku who loves anime and cycling, who joins the competitive sports team at his school. He initially finds it difficult to keep up with the other members of the team, but eventually overcomes this and becomes one of the strongest members on the team.

179. Yozakura Quartet

Yozakura Quartet is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Natsumi Ando. The series was first published in the magazine Dengeki Daioh in 2003, and has been collected in thirteen tankōbon volumes as of October 2017.

The story follows the adventures of Akina Minami, a girl who becomes involved with the Yōkai (Japanese spirits) world after she meets a boy named Shōgo Asagi.

180. Yuru Camp (Laid Back Camp)

Yuru Camp is a slice-of-life anime that follows the story of Nadeshiko Kagamihara, a high school student who decides to work at a summer camp. The anime is about her experience and the people she meets there.

The anime has been praised for its relaxing atmosphere and its focus on the importance of friendship.

181. Yuru Yuri

Yuru Yuri is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Namori. The manga was serialized in Ichijinsha’s Comic Yuri Hime between 2008 and 2014.

The story follows the everyday lives of four girls in the club room of a school named Sakura Jōchō, which they attend to learn how to become proper ladies.

182. Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru

Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru is a Japanese anime series that was released in 2014. It is based on the light novel series of the same name.

The story follows five girls who are chosen to be heroes and fight against the forces of darkness that threaten to destroy the world. The girls are given magical weapons called “Mankai” which transform them into their more powerful form.

Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru is an anime series that was released in 2014 and is based on a light novel series of the same name. The story follows five girls who are chosen to be heroes and fight against the forces of darkness that threaten to destroy the world. The girls are given magical weapons called “Mankai” which transform them into their more

183. The rising of Shield Hero

The anime series, Shield Hero, is a Japanese anime series that was released on October 3rd, 2018. The story revolves around a young boy named Naofumi who is summoned to another world and has to fight for his life.

The Shield Hero anime is based on the light novel series of the same name written by Aneko Yusagi. The novel was originally published in Japan in 2013 and has since been translated into English in 2017.

184. The Ancient Magus Bride

The Ancient Magus Bride is an anime series that has been airing since October 2017. The story follows a girl named Chise who is bought by an old man and taken to his home. She later finds out that he is a mage, and she becomes his apprentice.

The show has been praised for its beautiful animation and its rich fantasy world. It also tackles some very serious topics such as death, loss, and the meaning of life.

185. To your Eternity

To Your Eternity is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshitoki Ōima. The manga was serialized in Kodansha’s Monthly Shōnen Magazine from December 2014 to November 2016, and has been collected into nine tankōbon volumes as of December 2016.

The story follows a high school boy named Shin who is killed in an accident, but is brought back to life as a spirit with the ability to possess people for five minutes at a time. Shin meets an antisocial girl named Misaki and decides to use his power to help her solve her problems.

186. Cased Closed (Detective Conan)

Detective Conan is a Japanese anime series based on the manga of the same name by Gosho Aoyama. It is about a high school detective who was turned into a child after being poisoned.

The series was first aired in 1996 and has since been translated and broadcast in over 230 countries, making it one of the most successful anime franchises worldwide.

187. Bungo Stray Dogs

Bungo Stray Dogs anime adaptation was announced on September 16, 2016, and aired from April-September 2017. The anime is directed by Takuya Igarashi and animated by BONES. It was simulcasted on Crunchyroll outside of Asia and Funimation inside Asia.

188. Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories

Yamishibai is a Japanese Ghost Stories Anime. The word Yamishibai means “mountain story”. It is a form of traditional Japanese storytelling that uses a combination of paper screens, narration, and puppetry to create the atmosphere of an eerie encounter with supernatural beings.

The stories are usually based on folk tales or legends and are passed down from generation to generation. The stories are told in the evening hours by an old man who wears a mask and carries a lantern. He sits on the floor in front of his audience and tells them about the ghosts and monsters that inhabit the mountains.

189. Bungo Stray Dogs

Bungo Stray Dogs is a Japanese anime television series based on the manga of the same name written by Kafka Asagiri and illustrated by Sango Harukawa.

The story follows a group of young people who form an “unofficial detective agency” in order to solve mysteries that are beyond what the law can handle. The first season aired from April 12 to June 18, 2016.

Bungo Stray Dogs is an anime series based on a manga written by Kafka Asagiri and illustrated by Sango Harukawa. The story follows a group of young people who form an “unofficial detective agency” in order to solve mysteries that are beyond what the law can handle. The first season aired from April 12 to June 18, 2016.

190. Ace of Diamond (Daiya no Ēsu)

Ace of Diamond is a baseball manga series written and illustrated by Yuji Terajima. The manga was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from 2003 to 2012, with the chapters collected into 33 tankōbon volumes. Ace of Diamond has been adapted into an anime series produced by TMS Entertainment and Aniplex, which aired on TV Tokyo from October 3, 2015 to March 26, 2016.

The Ace of Diamond anime is a sports anime that follows the story of Eijun Sawamura who joins an elite school with a prestigious baseball team only to find out he’s one of the worst players on the team.

191. Tonikawa: Over the Moon for You (Fly Me to the Moon)

Tonikawa: Over the Moon for You (Fly Me to the Moon) is a Japanese anime series that was released in 2018. It is based on the manga of the same name by Kanae Hazuki.

The story follows a girl named Hinata Tonikawa who has always been fascinated with space and astronomy. One day, she meets a boy named Haru who is also interested in astronomy and they become friends. They both have their own dreams of going to space and they work together to make their dreams come true.

192. Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers

Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers is an anime series based on a light novel series of the same name. The story follows six heroes who are chosen by the God of Fate to fight against an evil being that threatens to destroy the world.

The anime was first announced in July 2015, and aired from October to December 2015. The anime has been licensed by Funimation Entertainment in North America and Madman Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand.

193. Terra Formars

The Terra Formars anime is a Japanese science fiction manga series written by Yu Sasuga and illustrated by Kenichi Tachibana. The manga was serialized in Shueisha’s “Weekly Young Jump” from 2011 to 2014, with the chapters collected into twenty-two tankōbon volumes. An anime adaptation aired on TV Tokyo from April 9, 2015 to September 18, 2015.

The story takes place in Japan after a meteorite carrying an unknown form of life crashes into the Earth and infects the area around it. The life form is revealed to be an extraterrestrial cockroach that can withstand high levels of radiation and has an appetite for human flesh. The story follows a group of people who are sent as part of a military team to clean up the infestation, but they

194. Ace Attorney, known in Japan as Gyakuten Saiban: Sono “Shinjitsu”, Igiari

Ace Attorney, known in Japan as Gyakuten Saiban: Sono “Shinjitsu”, Igiari! (Japanese: 逆転裁判 ~その「真実」、異議あり!~, lit. “Turnabout Trial: I Object to That ‘Truth’!”), is an anime series produced by A-1 Pictures, based on Capcom’s video game series of the same name.

The game was originally released in Japan on October 12, 2001, for the Game Boy Advance. It was later remade for the Nintendo DS with 3D graphics and released in Japan on September 15, 2005, and in North America on February 13, 2007. A sequel titled Gyakuten Kenji 2 was released in Japan on July 18, 2009.

195. Shugo Chara

Shugo Chara is a Japanese anime series that was created by the manga artist team, Peach-Pit. The series follows the life of elementary school student Amu Hinamori. Amu has three Shugo Chara, or Guardian Characters, who help her transform into different personalities so she can find her true self.

The series aired on TV Tokyo from April 6, 2007 to March 29, 2008 and was also broadcast on TVA in Quebec and TVO in Ontario. It was licensed for release in North America by Viz Media and aired on Cartoon Network’s Toonami programming block from June 18 to October 12, 2009.

196. Orange

Orange is a Japanese anime series that was aired in the year 2018. The story revolves around a high school student named Naho Takamiya who receives a letter from her future self. The letter tells her that she has to save her classmate Kakeru Naruse, who is going to die in the future.

Naho and Kakeru start spending time together and they fall in love with each other. They also find out that their friends are also involved in this time travel incident.

197. Noblesse

Noblesse is a Korean anime series that was aired in the year 2008. The anime is about a high school student, Shinwoo, who one day wakes up and finds himself in an unfamiliar place.

Shinwoo has no idea how he got there or what he should do next. He soon realizes that he is not alone and that there are other people with him, but they all seem to be in the same situation as him. Shinwoo then meets a girl named So-Hee who tells him that they are inside a virtual reality game called “Noblesse”.

The Noblesse tv series Anime was created by Studio Deen and aired on October 5th, 2008.

198. Mushoku tensei

Mushoku tensei is an anime series that has been airing since October 2018. It is based on a Japanese novel of the same name written by Rifujin na Magonote. The anime series follows the life of a man who was reincarnated in another world and his adventures with his new life.

The story follows the life of a man who was reincarnated in another world and his adventures with his new life.

199. Hori san to miyamura kun

Hori san to miyamura kun is a Japanese anime series that was aired in the year 2018. It is about a girl called Miyamura who has lost her memory and she doesn’t know who she is. She meets Hori, a boy who has the same condition as her. They start living together and they both try to find out their identity.

The show was created by Studio Pierrot and it has 12 episodes. The first episode of this anime series was aired on October 6th, 2018 in Japan.

200. Absolute duo

Absolute Duo is a Japanese anime series that aired on October 2, 2015. The story revolves around two high school students, Tsubaki Kuruoka and Fuyuki Hinata. They are the only members of the “absolute duo” club at their school. The club was created to help people with their problems, but they soon find out that they have to fight against other duos in order to maintain their status as the absolute duo.

The anime has been licensed by Funimation for streaming and home video release in North America.

Best Romance Anime

Best romance anime:

  1. Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World

References

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anime

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