Anime is one of the greatest creations of man. When you’re watching, it creates different kinds of atmosphere, it will make you happy, sad, hyped, shocked, and all kinds of emotions rolled up into one.

If you plan to start watching animes and do not know where to start, here’s a list of must-watch animes that will surely get you hooked.

 

10. Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World (25 episodes)

 

 

Modern-day teenage gamer, Natsuki Subaru, is thrust into a mysterious fantasy RPG styled world on his way home from a convenience store. As he searches for the heroine which he assumes summoned him, he crosses paths with a silver-haired half-elf girl. She helps him, he returns the favor by helping her pursue a stolen item of hers that leads to their untimely demise. . . Until Subaru wakes up again realizing he has the power to “Return by Death”. This new discovery as well as his determination to help the half-elf opens his world to an unexpected turn of extremely unfortunate events.

 

9. Kakegurui (15 episodes)

 

 

The story is set in Hyakkaou Private Academy, a high-class elite school housing the children of Japan’s wealthiest and most influential people, along with many future leaders and professionals among the student body.

 

However, the student hierarchy in this school is not determined by academic performance or athletic ability, but rather by gambling. Second-year transfer student Yumeko Jabami is a beautiful, cheerful and intelligent high school girl at first glance, but deep inside she is a compulsive gambler who gambles for the thrill of it, unlike students that do so for financial or social gain.

 

8. No Game No Life (12 episodes)

 

 

Two siblings are notorious for being two of the most mysterious blank gamers because they never fill in their name. Blank gamers are considered to be the best gamers in the world who have never lost a game no matter what game. One day, the two siblings get a mysterious email and finally teleport onto another world. The God of this world stated that there be no wars, no stealing, and no violence instead everything is decided with a game, any game.

 

7. Tokyo Ghoul (24 episodes)

 

 

In a present-day society where humans live in fear of ravenous hybrid creatures known as ghouls, and a constant internal war is being fought by the Commission of Counter Ghoul (CCG) to rid Tokyo of its many injustices, eighteen-year-old Ken Kaneki finds himself plunged into a world of black and white, human and ghoul, where he must slowly learn that the truth is not as picture-perfect as it seems.

 

6. Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma (86 episodes)

 

 

Meet Souma, the son of the owner of a small eatery in Japan. For his age, Souma is a very talented personable who easily comes up with new dishes; sometimes these dishes are some really weird combinations of the ingredients no one would use. After some time, the owner of the Souma’s eatery, Souma’s father, leaves the family business to work with his friend. Souma’s restaurant is on the verge of closing. To improve his cooking skills and save the restaurant, Souma begins studying at Engetsu Teahouse Culinary Academy, which is regarded as Japan’s top culinary academy.

 

5. One-Punch Man (24 episodes)

 

 

In a world of superhuman beings, Saitama is a unique hero. He can defeat enemies with a single punch. But being just one hero in a world filled with them, his life is empty and hollow: he gets no respect from anyone, he displays a laidback attitude to everything, and for the most part, he finds his overall hero life pointless.. Worst of all, he has lost his hair due to intense training. These are the adventures of an ordinary yet extraordinary hero.

 

4. My hero Academia (88 episodes)

 

 

In a world populated with superhumans, the superhero-loving Izuku Midoriya is without power. However, after the Quirkless dreamer, Izuku inherits the powers of the world’s best superhero, All Might, his hopes of becoming the top hero are now possible. Once enrolled in the high school for heroes, U.A., Izuku soon discovers being a hero is much more complicated than it appears.

 

3. Demon Slayer (26 episodes)

 

 

A family is attacked by demons and only two members survive – Tanjiro and his sister Nezuko, who is turning into a demon slowly. Tanjiro sets out to become a demon slayer to avenge his family and cure his sister. This is a must-watch anime because of the breathtaking animation and storyline.

 

2. The God of High School (13 episodes)

 

 

The God of High School focuses on Jin Mo-Ri, a 17-year-old martial artist from Seoul, South Korea. He is invited to join a tournament, sponsored by an unknown, mysterious organization no one knows about. The God of High School is a competition of martial artists across the whole world and the most skillful warrior will take it all. However, little is known about the shady tournaments taking place.

 

1. Assassination Classroom (48 episodes)

 

 

After a mysterious creature resembling a sentient octopus blows up the moon he threatens to do the same to the earth within a year if a seemingly arbitrary classroom of students can’t assassinate him before then, while he attempts to teach them as an ordinary sensei. A mix of comedy and heartfelt moments, the quirky plot shows you the journey of our very own KoroSensei and his students.

 

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