Top 50 Best Cute Anime Shows of All Time

Cute Anime Shows

Anime is a hugely popular genre of entertainment that has something for everyone. Cute anime shows are one subgenre of anime that is often praised for its heartwarming stories and lovable characters.

Note: This post was edited by Cody Perez, not originally written by Cody. This may not necessarily reflect the views of Cody Perez. 

These shows are a great way to relax and have a fun time. The Top 50 Cute Anime Shows of All Time will appeal to all types of anime fans, regardless of age or gender.

The 50 Best Cute Anime Shows of All Time

The purpose of this article is to provide a comprehensive list of the best cute anime shows that are available on television and streaming services.

In order to create this list, a variety of factors were considered, including ratings, popularity, and overall quality.

If you're looking for an enjoyable way to spend your free time, then be sure to check out one or more of the top 50 best cute anime shows listed in this article!

50. Sekirei

Sekirei cute anime shows
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Released in 2008
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Harem; Romantic Comedy

Sekirei is a story that follows Minato Sahashi, a young man who is unable to pass college exams but is gifted with an unusual power: the ability to attract and control Sekirei, 108 beautiful women who are warriors sworn to fight for him and only him.

In the anime adaptation of the manga written by Sakurako Gokurakuin, Sekirei tells the story of what happens when one man suddenly finds himself at the center of a war between super-powered beings.

With its ecchi moments and over-the-top harem antics, Sekirei is one show you're not likely to forget any time soon.

49. Shadows House

Shadows House
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Released in 2021
Number of Episodes 13
Genre Gothic, Mystery, Supernatural

Shadows House is an adaptation of a manga written and illustrated by Soumatou. The anime follows the story of a young man who moves into a house inhabited by dolls that come to life.

48. Is the Order a Rabbit?

 Is The Order A Rabbit?
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Released in 2014
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of life

No, The Order A Rabbit is a manga and anime series about a girl named Cocoa who comes across Rabbit House. The manga was written and illustrated by Koi.

The series talks about a girl named Cocoa who comes across Rabbit House. This is a boarding house and restaurant where people can relax and have a fun time.

47. Sakura Trick

Sakura Trick
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Released in 2014
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Romantic Comedy; Slice of life

Sakura Trick is a series that talks about two friends named Haruka and Yuu, and these guys have been together forever.

However, their life changes when a new seating arrangement in the school is announced. Now they decide to kiss each other to seal their friendship.

46. Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma☆Illya

Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma☆Illya
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Released in 2013
Number of Episodes 10
Genre Magical Girl

Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya is an anime adaptation of a Manga. The manga was written and illustrated by Type-Moon.

Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya is not directly connected to the storyline but acts as a method of extra content for the fans of fate all around the globe. Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya depicts a comic and cute side of the original fate characters.

45. Princess Connect! Re: Dive

Princess Connect! Re: Dive
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Released in 2020
Number of Episodes 13
Genre Role-playing

Princess Connect! Re: Dive show is an adaptation of the popular mobile game with the same name, and follows a group of young girls as they go on adventures and seek fun. With bits of adventure and comedy, this show is something that you would want to watch late at night.

44. Hitoribocchi No Marumaruseikatsu

Hitoribocchi No Marumaruseikatsu
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Released in 2019
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of life

Hitoribocchi no Marumaruseikatsu is an anime about a student who is terrible at talking to people and thus has spent most of her life alone. The show is adorable and hilarious and will make you laugh.

It is an adaptation of a manga written and illustrated by Katsuwo which follows the life of Bocchi Hitori as she tries to make friends in her new school.

43. Bladedance of Elementalers

Bladedance Of Elementalers
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Released in 2014
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Action, Comedy, Harem

Blade Dance of Elementalers is a Japanese light novel series written by Yuu Shimizu and illustrated by Hanpen Sakura.

The series is set in a fantasy world where there exists a group called Elementalers who have the ability to control one of the four classical elements: fire, water, earth, or air. Male Elementalers are rare and it is their duty to train alongside these females in order to get stronger so they can compete in an important tournament that will determine their identity.

42. Girls UND Panzer

Girls Und Panzer
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Released in 2013
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Action, Comedy, Military

Girls Und Panzer is set in an alternate version of Japan where girls and panzers coexist. The anime original was directed by Tsutomu Mizushima and animated by Studio Actas.

Girls Und Panzer tells the story of girls who attend a high school that specializes in Sensha-do, which is a combat art similar to Kung Fu but with tanks.

41. Sweetness & Lightning

Sweetness & Lightning
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Released in 2016
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Action, Comedy, Military

Sweetness & Lightning is an anime adaptation of a manga written and illustrated by Amagakure Gido. The manga tells the story of Kouhei Inuzuka, a math teacher who lost his wife and lives alone for his daughter.

However, he isn't able to fulfill all her daughter's wants because of his busy schedule. Kotori Iida, a student of Kouhei's, helps him out and creates hope for him.

40. Combatants Will Be Dispatched!

Combatants Will Be Dispatched!
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Released in 2021
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Drama

Combatants Will Be Dispatched! is a science fiction action comedy about two friends who must use their wits to survive in a dangerous world where other humans have been replaced by giant monsters.

The show has been praised for its relatable characters and humor. Fans of the show can follow the characters' adventures online through social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.

39. Yuruyuri

YuruYuri
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Released in 2018
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of life, Yuri

Yuru Yuri is a series that was produced by Dogakobo and directed by Masahiko Ohta. The manga was written and illustrated by Namori, who also happens to be the creator of the series.

Yuru Yuri is an adaptation of the manga of the same name, which follows the lives of four girls who attend a middle school together.

38. I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level

I've Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years And Maxed Out My Level
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Released in 2021
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Isekai

Is it just me, or does the title sound self-explanatory? Is that correct?

This is the narrative of how slimes are killed.  It's an anime based on a light book. Kisetsu Morita wrote the light book, which Benio illustrated.

The show is about a girl who dies in real life while doing various experiments. She is subsequently resurrected on a new planet where she is expected to accomplish nothing. The series is a classic Isekai, with nothing but sweetness and pleasure on screen. Definitely a piece of art.

37. My Mental Choices Are Completely Interfering With My School Romantic Comedy

 My Mental Choices Are Completely Interfering With My School Romantic Comedy
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Released in 2013
Number of Episodes 10
Genre Comedy, Romance, Slice of Life

My Mental Choices Are Completely Interfering With My School Romantic Comedy, or just “Mental Choices” for short, is a unique and creative anime series that is definitely worth your time. The story follows a special boy named Kanade Amakusa who gets multiple choices for his actions.

One of the choices was to fall in front of a beautiful girl or to fall on female clothes and he chose the first option.

This resulted in him getting close to the girl he likes, Chitose Karasuma. The series is full of hilarious moments and it will keep you entertained from beginning to end.

36. Wagnaria!!

Wagnaria!!
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Released in 2010
Number of Episodes 13
Genre Comedy, Romance, Slice of Life

Wagnaria the manga was written and illustrated by Karino Takatsu. The series talks about Souta Takanashi, a man who is a part-timer at a rather unique restaurant. There, he meets a beautiful girl and a few more co-workers who will give an interesting time to our boy.

35. The Helpful Fox Senko-San

The Helpful Fox Senko-San
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Released in 2019
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Fantasy, Come, Iyashikei

The Helpful Fox Senko-San is a TV anime series that tells the story of a fox-like creature who shows up out of nowhere in the life of Nakano and helps him with his chores.

Just looking at her will make you love her so much. This show is amazing for all those who wish to release some stress and have a fun time watching the cute Senko San.

34. Interviews With Monster Girls

 Interviews With Monster Girls
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Released in 2017
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Supernatural

Interview with Monster Girls is a series based on the manga of the same name, which was written and illustrated by Petosu.

The story follows Hikari Takaya, a biology teacher who makes time to interact with all the demi-human girls at his school and learn about their cute problems. The series has been praised for its humor and heartwarming moments.

33. Engaged to the Unidentified

Engaged To The Unidentified
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Released in 2017
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Supernatural

Engaged to the Unidentified is a manga written and illustrated by Cherry Arai. The series talks about the adventures and fun of a girl named Kobeni, who has been assigned to a marriage at the age of 16.

Yup, at the age of 16, she is going to be married, thanks to her grandfather. It is indeed a rather cute show.

32. How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift?

 How Heavy Are The Dumbbells You Lift?
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Released in 2019
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of Life, Sports

This anime is about bodybuilding and girls' journey to have the finest physiques. The manga was written and illustrated by Yabako Sandrovich.

This series talks about a group of girls who are interested in bodybuilding and their life in the process. The plot is rather unique and we don't see it too often in anime or any medium for that matter.

31. Keep Your Hands off Eizouken!

Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!
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Released in 2020
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of Life

Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken manga was written and illustrated by Oowara Sumito. The series talks about a bunch of girls who enter the realm of creativity and animation.

It is directed by Masaaki Yuasa, so you know it is going to offer something completely unique and out of the box.

30. Eden of the East

Eden Of The East
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Released in 2009
Number of Episodes 11
Genre Mystery, Political thriller

Eden of the East is a show that was directed by Kenji Kamiyama and animated by Production IG. The story follows a girl who got into an accident in the United States during her graduation trip.

She was luckily saved by a certain man from his country, but when she wakes up, she has no memory of who she is or what happened to her.

29. Wandering Witch

Wandering Witch
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Released in 2020
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Adventure, Fantasy

Wandering Witch is a TV anime that is based on a light novel written by Jougi Shiraishi and illustrated by Azure.

The series follows the adventures of Elaina, who wishes to experience the world she reads about in books. It's an interesting and enjoyable watch with plenty of adventure.

28. Bloom Into You

Bloom Into You
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Released in 2018
Number of Episodes 13
Genre Yuri, Romance

Bloom Into You is a manga written and illustrated by Nio Nakatani. The series follows Yuu, a girl who thought love was a special feeling but when proposed to by a boy she feels nothing.

However, after learning from the student council president how to reject someone gracefully, she uses those same skills to reject the boy who proposed to her. But in the process, she seems to be falling for the president herself.

27. Non-Non Biyori

Non-Non Biyori
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Released in 2013
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Iyashikei

Non-Non Biyori is a show that follows the daily lives of four high school girls who live in the countryside. Despite being set in the rural Japanese countryside, the show has been praised for its relatability and its humor.

The relationships between the characters and their interactions with one another are a major focus of the show.

26. Tamako Market

Tamako Market
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Released in 2013
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of Life

Tamako Market follows the life of Tamako Kitashiro, a fourth-generation baker who runs her own bakery with her father. The series has been praised for its unique visual style and its well-written plotlines.

The series has been licensed in various countries worldwide, including France, Taiwan, South Korea, and China.

In fact, Tamako Market has been nominated for several awards including the Japan Media Arts Festival Award for Best Animated Series in 2016 and 2017 and the Animage Anime Awards in 2016 and 2017.

25. Love Live! School Idol Project

 Love Live! School Idol Project
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Released in 2013
Number of Episodes 13
Genre Comedy, Slice of Life

Love Live! School Idol Project is an anime adaptation of a popular manga series of the same name. The story follows a group of school girls who come together to form an idol group in order to save their school from closure.

The anime has been met with widespread acclaim and is considered one of the best idol-based anime ever created.

24. School-Live!

School-Live!
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Released in 2015
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Horror, Slice of Life, Psychological Thriller

School-Live! is a manga-based anime series. The manga was written by Ki Hou Norimitsu and illustrated by Chiba Sadoru.

School-Live! is about four girls who are living in a dark reality, experienced by none. They are going head to head with the unreal and there doesn't seem to be anything saving them.

23. Infinite Strato

 Infinite Strato
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Released in 2011
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Harem, Mecha, Romantic Comedy

Infinite Stratos is an adaptation of a light novel written by Izuru Yumizuru and illustrated by Okiura. The series is set in a time when Infinite Stratos, IS, existed as weapons. And these are the strongest out of all created by humans.

22. Oreshura

Oreshura
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Released in 2013
Number of Episodes 13
Genre Romantic Comedy

Oreshura's show is rated TV-14 for mature audiences and is known for its lighthearted humor, heartwarming moments, and stunning art.

The show is produced by A-1 Pictures and directed by Keiichi Hara. It is based on the manga series of the same name written by Masashi Kishimoto.

The series follows Tatsuya and Yosuke, two high school friends who are reunited after many years apart. They quickly become rivals and must compete against each other for the affection of their mutual friend, Chiwa.

21. New Game

NEW GAME
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Released in 2016
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy

NEW GAME! is an anime adaptation of a manga written and illustrated by Shoutarou Tokunou. The story follows Aoba Suzukaze, a young and charming girl who is about to take a big step in her life.

She got a job in her favorite video game company. How cool is that? But when she debuts on the first day, things seem to go quite unexpectedly.

20. Gakuen Babysitter

 Gakuen Babysitter
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Released in 2018
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of Life

Gakuen Babysitters is an anime adaptation of a manga by Tokeino Hari. The series tells the story of Ryuuichi Kashima, who gets the responsibility of babysitting a bunch of kids in exchange for food and shelter.

As unique as it may sound, this happens to be the truth and now, we will be following that guy on his journey to babysit a bunch of cute kids.

19. Asobi Asobas

Asobi Asobas
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Released in 2018
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Surreal Comedy

Asobi Asobase is a series that focuses on three friends who have each individual and unique traits going for themselves. And their interrelationships are what makes them so adorable in the first place.

18. Lucky Star

Lucky Star
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Released in 2007
Number of Episodes 24
Genre Comedy, Slice of Life

Lucky Star is a show based on the manga of the same name, which was written and illustrated by Kagami Yoshimizu. The series follows the lives of a group of friends as they go through school and just have fun together.

17. Gabriel Dropout

Gabriel DropOut
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Released in 2017
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of Life, Supernatural

Gabriel DropOut manga was written and illustrated by Ukami and the series has been licensed for an English release by Funimation.

The story follows Gabriel, a top angel from the angel realm, who comes down to earth to spread happiness to humans but instead becomes an online gamer. Her sloppy life goes into the realm of relativity in this anime which makes it cute.

16. Sound! Euphoniu

Sound! Euphoniu
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Released in 2015
Number of Episodes 13
Genre Drama, Slice of Life

Sound! Euphonium series was directed by Tatsuya Ishihara and animated by Kyoto Animation. The series tells the story of Kumiko Oumae and her journey as a band member in her high school.

The series dives deep into her daily struggles and aims to highlight the competition that she will be taking part in.

15. Arifuret

Arifuret
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Released in 2019
Number of Episodes 13
Genre Fantasy, Harem, Isekai

Arifureta is an adaptation of a light novel written by Ryou Shirakome and illustrated by TakayaKi. The light novel tells the story of Hajime Nagumo who, along with his classmates, gets teleported to a random world.

14. Laid-Back Cam

Laid-Back Cam
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Released in 2018
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of Life, Sports

Laid-Back Camp is an adaptation of the manga written and illustrated by Afro. The series follows a bunch of cute girls going on camping trips together.

13. Monster Musume

Monster Musume
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Released in 2018
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Fantasy, Harem

Monster Musume series was produced by the studio Lerche and it was directed by Tatsuya Yoshihara. The manga on which the anime is based was written and illustrated by Takemaru Inui.

The story follows Kurusu Kimihito, a young man who has to live with a variety of monster girls due to a government law, but these monster girls have other plans for him and make it difficult for him to obey the law.

12. Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online

Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online
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Released in 2018
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Adventure, Science Fiction

Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online is based on a light novel that was written by Keiichi Shigusawa and illustrated by Kouhaku Kuroboshi.

Karen is insecure about her height, so she chooses a 5 feet character who wears pink attire to participate in the Gun Gale Online game. There she makes a few friends and participates in a battle royale.

11. A Place Further Than the Universe

A Place Further Than The Universe
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Released in 2018
Number of Episodes 13
Genre Adventure

A Place Further Than The Universe is an anime that tells the story of a girl named Tamaki who wishes to do something unreal and reach the unknown- a place further than the universe.

After meeting another girl named Shirase, Tamaki gains a new level of confidence and starts to pursue her dream with more determination. The anime is all about passion and aspiration, showing how people can achieve great things if they put their minds to it.

10. Little Witch Academia (TV)

Little Witch Academia (TV)
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Released in 2017
Number of Episodes 25
Genre Comic-of-age, Magical Fantasy

Little Witch Academia (TV) is an anime original directed by You Yoshinari and animated by Studio Trigger. The series tells the story of Atsuko Kagari, a cheerful girl who wishes to learn magic and become like her idol, Shiny Chariot.

However, Shiny has not shown up in front of the public for years now. As that mystery persists, Atsuko visits her magic school but soon realizes that she will need to work hard since she doesn't belong to a magical family.

9. Haganai

Haganai
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Released in 2011
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of Life, Harem

Haganai is a story that follows Hasegawa Kodaka, who has been constantly moving schools due to his parents' work and has consequently never managed to make any friends.

One day, he accidentally walks in on his classmate Yozora talking to herself about how she wishes she could make friends and decides to help her out by starting a club for people who don't have any friends. However, things don't quite go according to plan…

Haganai is an underrated gem of an anime, and it's often overlooked because it's not as popular as some of the other shows that are airing currently. If you're looking for a good laugh with some great character development, then Haganai is the show for you.

8. Himouto! Umaru-Chan

 Himouto! Umaru-Chan
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Released in 2015
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of Life

Himouto! Umaru-Chan is a parody anime of the “perfect schoolgirl” trope that is often found in anime and manga. The protagonist, Umaru Doma, is a very attractive girl who excels in sports and academics.

However, when she returns home, she reverts to her true form as a lazy otaku teenager who loves gaming and junk food.

Himouto! Umaru-Chan is a great parody anime that is highly popular amongst anime fans for its humor and accurate portrayal of the “school-home life” of an anime fan.

7. Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions

Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions
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Released in 2012
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Romantic Comedy

Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions is based on a light novel written by Torako and illustrated by Ousaka Nozomi.

The series talks about a guy named Yuuta who faced Chunibyo (the imagination that you are some special being from another realm) and has a lot of regret for the same.

Therefore, he changed his high school in hopes of overcoming his past. However, Chunibyo doesn't seem to go away from him when a girl named Rikka shows up. Rikka is known as the “Chunibyo princess” and she has the most severe form of the syndrome.

6. Blend-S

BLEND-S
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Released in 2017
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Comedy, Slice of Life

BLEND-S was produced by A-1 Pictures and directed by Shin Itagaki. The story follows Maika Sakuranomiya, a girl who gets a job at the cafe Blend S where she has to pretend to be bad at everything she does.

5. Nichijou – My Ordinary Life

Nichijou - My Ordinary Life
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Released in 2011
Number of Episodes 26
Genre Surreal Comedy, Slice of Life

Nichijou is an anime adaptation of a Manga by the same name. The manga was serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Young Ace magazine.

The TV anime series was produced by Kyoto Animation. Nichijou is a documentary-style anime about the daily lives of its characters. However, what makes Nichijou so funny is that anything and everything can happen.

4. The Quintessential Quintuplets

The Quintessential Quintuplets
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Released in 2011
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Harem, Romantic Comedy

The Quintessential Quintuplets is a series based on the manga of the same name, which was written and illustrated by Haruba Negi.

The story follows an intelligent boy named Fuutarou whose scores on the answer sheet are incredible, but his bank balance isn't. Therefore, he decides to take the next step and starts working as a tutor.

3. K-On!

K-ON!
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Released in 2011
Number of Episodes 39
Genre Comedy, Musical, Slice of life

K-On! is an anime that is an adaptation of a manga written and illustrated by Kakifly. The manga tells the story of a girl named Yui who decides to join a club and selects the Light Music Club, but she doesn't perform well on the first day and decides to leave.

She changes her mind soon after and joins the club again, only for things to take a giant leap from that point onwards.

2. Beyond the Boundary

Beyond The Boundary
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Released in 2013
Number of Episodes 12
Genre Dark Fantasy, Romance, Supernatural

Beyond The Boundary, the show is one of the most popular anime shows on Netflix and revolves around the characters trying to return to their original world. The show is full of action, adventure, and mystery.

1. Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid
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Released in 2017
Number of Episodes 13
Genre Fantasy, Slice of Life, Yuri

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid is the top anime show of all time. The manga was written and illustrated by Cool-Kyou Shinja.

The series talks about a programmer named Kobayashi whose life changes upside down when a dragon named Tooru shows up to her and tells her to be her master.

Kobayashi has a dragon maid, and although she can do some very complicated tasks as a dragon, being an abnormal creature also brings hurdles to normal work.

When it comes to cuteness, these are the top 50 anime to watch. I'm crossing my fingers that you were blushing the whole time and added at least one anime to your queue. All of you who have read this far, thank you very much, and until we meet again, au revoir!

FAQs

To what extent does Naruto have any imitators among anime series?

Black Clover is, without question, one of the most blatant rip-offs of Naruto. In fact, it is produced by the same company.

What's the number 1 anime in Japan?

For the last 18 weeks in a row, Demon Slayer has been Japan's most popular anime, with Attack on Titan coming in at number two. 

Which anime character has the quickest speed?

Killua can travel faster than the speed of sound, reaching speeds in excess of 550 miles per hour. He also holds the record for quickest speed among the anime's main cast.

Whom can Goku not defeat?

However, it should be remembered that Anos has a very long life expectancy. Regenerating from death makes him almost invincible, making it hard for Goku to kill him. Two thousand years before the start of the story's current-day action, Anos vanquished all of the Gods on his planet.

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