25 Best Anime Of All Time That You Will Want To See

Posted by on September 22, 2016

Have you ever wondered why so many adults all over the world find Japanese anime so fascinating and enjoyable? There are a number of possible answers: some might find the vivid colors intense; others may learn new things about Japanese culture; while still others might enjoy exercising their imagination and exploring meaningful concepts found in the anime. In the world of anime, nothing is impossible, and if you’re willing to try hard to achieve your goals, you will eventually make it. Unlike American cartoons, pretty often (if not always) the best anime has lots of depth, and there’s always a deeper meaning you can discover.

Whatever the real reasons are that so many people love anime, the only sure thing is that there are millions of fans worldwide, just as there are millions of fans of American cartoons, graphic novels, and so on. Because its fan base keeps growing, we collected the 25 Best Anime Of All Time That You Will Want To See, and if you happen to be one of the many people who hasn’t come to the magical world of anime yet, just use our list as a foundation to find your way in. You won’t regret it.


One Piece

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It is really difficult to sum up the story of a series with hundreds and hundreds of episodes, but we can guarantee you that the main character, Luffy, will provide you a meaningful life lesson. He will teach you that if you decide to accomplish something, you should give your all and fight to achieve your goal till the last moment of your life. This message alone makes this anime great.


No Game No Life

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This brilliant anime can be addicting for gamers thanks to its unique plot and concept of a fantasy world where almost everything is governed by specific rules which one must follow at all times. The two protagonists are siblings named Shiro and Sora, who are violently transported to a different world that is run by games, and where they must develop a lifestyle to survive in a world where games are not so cool and innocent.



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Psycho-Pass is a smart series that deeply analyzes free will and whether or not a person’s “hue,” when cloudy, can determine if they will become a threat to society. Using a special weapon known as the Dominator, detectives are able to continuously read and send psychological data to determine a person’s crime coefficient. Depending on how clouded a person’s hue is, they will either receive mandatory rehabilitation or be executed on the spot. Fans of Minority Report should watch this anime.


Akame ga Kill!

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According to reviews, it’s quite possible you will find its first couple of episodes boring, but as the story unfolds, it becomes one of the most captivating fighting anime you may ever see. The story focuses on a country boy named Tatsumi who sets out on a journey to the Capital to make a name for himself and meets a seemingly dangerous group of assassins known as Night Raid. Will you join him on his journey?


Rurouni Kenshin: Wandering Samurai

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This fantastic series focuses on the adventures of a young wandering swordsman who stumbles upon a struggling martial arts school in Meiji-era, Japan. So, if dramatic characters, great sword-fighting action scenes, a bit of history (the story takes place in the 1870’s), and some philosophizing about living a life of violence versus peace intrigues you, you definitely need to watch this little masterpiece.