Anime is world wide entertaimment form and is known worldwide for bieng quite a popular entertaiment especially after covid where a lot of new interest has rised to the love for this new topic and tbh its worth the time so here are 10 anime that are must for anyone who doesnt like it or if you have a friend and you want to share it
Yona of the Dawn
Yona of the Dawn is a beautiful anime with great characters and story. It’s about a princess who must take over her kingdom after her father dies, but she must first find out who she really is. The series has action, adventure, romance (there are some kissing scenes), and comedy in it as well.
If you like drama then this show is perfect for you!
No Game, No Life
No Game, No Life is a Japanese light novel series written by Yū Kamiya and illustrated by Shuichi Shigeno. It began publication on February 2, 2012; ten volumes have been released as of July 2nd 2019.
The story follows Sora and Shiro, gamers known as Blank who have become so good at playing video games that they can beat them without even trying (and even create their own). One day, they receive an email from Tet that tells them to come to Disboard (a fictional world in which everything is decided by games) if they wish to challenge God at his own game: chess-like strategy game called Imanity’s Gambit.
Shirobako is a slice of life anime that follows the story of five friends as they work on an anime. The main character, Aoi Yamada, is a high school girl who wants to become a voice actress but doesn’t have any experience in acting or voice acting. She soon meets her idol who tells her about an internship program at Musashino Animation, where she can get hands-on experience with the production process for making an anime show.
The first season covers all aspects of creating an animated series: planning and writing scripts; drawing storyboards; recording dialogue (audio); producing animation (drawing frames) and editing together sequences into episodes before airing on television or streaming online video services like Netflix or Crunchyroll.
The second season focuses more on post-production tasks such as dubbing foreign language versions into Japanese so they match up with lip movements from earlier recorded tracks; color correction which adjusts contrast levels between different scenes so viewers don’t get headaches watching them consecutively without breaks between each episode; adding music scores etc.
Sailor Moon Crystal Season 3
The third season of the Sailor Moon Crystal anime series, based on Naoko Takeuchi’s manga.
The plot follows Usagi Tsukino, a teenage girl who transforms into the titular sailor-suited hero. Alongside her companions Luna and Artemis she fights to protect Earth from external threats, often with help from Tuxedo Mask (a masked vigilante) or other allies such as Ami Mizuno and Rei Hino.
Free! is an anime that tells the story of a group of high school swimmers, who are all members of their school’s swimming club. The main character is named Haruka Nanase, and he has been swimming since he was very young. He also has a crush on a boy named Makoto Tachibana (who happens to be his best friend).
In season one, Haruka meets Rin Matsuoka when they both enroll in Iwatobi High School’s new “Iwatobi Swim Club”, which used to have no female members before Rin joined it. As time goes on we learn more about these characters’ pasts and their relationships with each other as well as other people around them: Gou Matsuoka (Rin’s older brother), Nagisa Hazuki (a shy kid who joins the swim team after being encouraged by Gou), Rei Ryugazaki (the president of the club), Sousuke Yamazaki (another student who wants nothing more than becoming good enough at swimming so he can join university competitions) etcetera…
Baccano! is a light novel written by Narita Ryohgo, and it first aired in 2007. The anime adaptation was produced by Brain’s Base, who also produced Durarara!! and Shiki.
The story takes place in America during the 1930s Prohibition era (a period of time when alcohol was illegal). It follows several different groups of people as they try to survive through various situations on board a train called The Flying Pussyfoot. Each group has their own goals, but most of them involve stealing something valuable from another group or person. The show is well known for its fast pace and action packed scenes as well as its complex characters who all have their own unique personalities
Amagi Brilliant Park
Amagi Brilliant Park is a comedy/fantasy series about a high school student who has to save an amusement park from closing down. It’s based on a light novel by Shoji Gatoh and set in an amusement park where magical beings live among humans, called “fairies.” There are many characters in this series, but they all have one thing in common: they love their jobs at the Amagi Brilliant Park!
Toradora! is a romantic comedy anime that follows the story of two high school students, Ryuji Takasu and Taiga Aisaka. Ryuji has always been jealous of his best friend Yusaku Kitamura and wants to be more popular than him but when he finds out that Taiga has a crush on Yusaku, he decides to help her confess her feelings. Their attempts to help each other leads them into an awkward situation where they have to pretend like they’re dating each other so that no one finds out about their real relationship with each other.
This show is perfect for people who don’t like anime because it’s not extremely long like some other shows are (it only has 25 episodes) but it’s still exciting enough where you won’t get bored while watching it!
My Love Story!
A high school boy falls in love with a girl, who has a secret she doesn’t want anyone to know. The boy is determined to find out her secret, but the girl is also determined to keep it hidden.
This series is great for people who aren’t fans of anime because it’s not too long (12 episodes), and it has a story that isn’t too complicated–it’s just about two people who fall in love and try their hardest not to let anyone else know about their feelings for each other.
These anime are great for non-fans of anime to get into the genre.
These anime are great for non-fans of anime to get into the genre. They’re not too long, they have simple plots and characters, and they don’t have any violence. In fact, these shows are so easygoing that you might forget that you’re watching an animated show at all!
I hope you’ve found this list helpful, or at least interesting. If you’re looking for more anime that aren’t as “anime” as others on this list, check out my other blog post about them here! And if you have any suggestions for future top 10 lists, please let me know in the comments below!