From the very beginning, anime has dominated Japan’s market.
Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball series will start this list.
Watch the following episodes to get started with Dragon Ball.
* Dragon Ball (1986).* Dragon Ball Z (1989).
* Dragon Ball GT (1996), created by Toei Animation.
* Dragon Ball Kai (2009), 2014
Dragon Ball Super (2015)
* Super Dragon Ball Heroes 2018 (created by Toei Animation).
2. One Piece
One Piece is an enjoyable anime that can be viewed if you have a lot of episodes.
3. Code Geass
Code Geass is a popular anime in Japan. It’s a fascinating story about Lelouch, who uses the Geass powers he received from CC in order to start a rebellion.
It’s possible to be amazed by anime’s (very entertaining, entertaining, and entertaining) mecha rivalries or battles. Code Geass also appeals because of the conflict between characters.
4. Samurai Champloo
Samurai Champloo’s tale is very simple. It’s the story of Fuu Jin and Mugen, two strangers. But they end up splitting when they reach their goal.
It tells their stories in an original way. This makes it my favorite anime.
Naruto is an anime that is very popular in Japan. This highlights his determination to achieve his dream despite all odds.
There is a wide selection of episodes and movies to view, with more added each week. This sequence will allow you to get started watching the episodes:
* Naruto Shippuuden
Boruto (follows Naruto’s adventures).
6. Ghost in the Shell
Ghost in the Shell, an anime set in the future, is about Major, a cyber-enhanced character who fights the most criminals. Ghost in the Shell has become a highly-popular anime in Japan.
Bleach is an anime of high quality with great fight scenes. He has seen many fights. But Ichigo is not the only one who must confront Hollows and other Shinigami. Ichigo is supported every step of his journey by a trusted group.
Bleach is a wonderful anime series that I would recommend to everyone.
These stories deal with compulsive gambling, addiction and apathy. “
The story centers around students at Hyakkaou Private Academy. It is a school for the rich and privileged.
Berserk, another anime I enjoy, is also one of my favorites. Another anime I enjoy is Berserk.
Guts, a Black Swordsman, tells the story about his adventures through a world filled with violence and war.
You have probably heard of Pokemon Go. It is the game everyone has been obsessed with for years. Did you also know there was an anime?
The anime Pokemon tells the story of Ash Ketchum. Ash is a Pokemon Trainer. In order to become the ultimate Pokemon Master, he must participate in multiple Pokemon tournaments.
Ash is joined by Misty, Brock, and Brock as they travel together to face different opponents, such as Team Rocket.
Pokemon Go will be more enjoyable than Pokemon Go thanks to its many engaging dialogues, suspense-driven scenes, and entertaining dialogues.
11. Online Sword Art
Sword Art Online (or SAO) is an anime based on video games. It is accessible via a special headset that stimulates the senses. Players can control their characters using their minds alone, without the need to use any other controls.
Because the game is so difficult, all players will be locked in it. The game’s death is the same as dying in real life.
Baki is a unique anime. Baki is a unique anime. Baki Hanma is open to new challenges and works hard towards achieving his goals.
The anime’s uniqueness is in its cringy animations and the bizarre expressions of its characters.
13. Shingeki no Kyojin
Shingeki no Kyojin, or Attack on Titan, is rightfully one among the most popular anime in Japan.
Bakuman, a beautiful anime, depicts Mashiro Moritaka’s life as a Japanese mangaka. It shows his struggles, failures and ultimately great success.
15. Saint Seiya
Saint Seiya is a story about a 13-year-old orphan named Seiya. The boy becomes Athena’s protector.
Seiya’s many trials shape him into the strongest Knight in Zodiac. He quickly becomes Athena’s most powerful guardians.
16. Kill la Kill
First, let me say that Kill la Kill’s animations are simply incredible. Ryuko Matoi continues her quest for her father’s killer.
She takes a beating from her opponent and meets a Kamui. This Kamui gives her immense power that allows her to defeat even stronger opponents.
Psycho-Pass anime takes place in the 22nd Century. Japan created a system to determine if someone has a future intention. It is used mainly by law enforcement inspectors.
The Sybil System may not be perfect. A young inspector uncovers flaws in Sybil System, which makes her question what justice means.
18. Fullmetal Alchemist
Fullmetal Alchemist is about two brothers, Edward Elric and Alphonse. After an alchemical experiment that was supposed to revive their mother goes wrong, the brothers set out on a journey to save their bodies.
Fullmetal Alchemist is a popular anime in Japan, and has many interesting features. It is fascinating to see how the story shows a connection between everything in the world, no matter its size, and it is really amazing.
19. Shokugeki no Soma
Shokugeki No Soma has a high-quality anime. Food Wars is Yukihira Soma’s story. Soma, a young chef and cook with a passion to good food, is a student at a tough cooking school known for its Shokugeki (food fights).
Soma can compete against other students to showcase his culinary skills and create delicious dishes.
The Fate/ series has an action-packed anime storyline. It features incredible animations and graphics.
If you are not sure about the order in which to start watching the Fate/ series, you can see the complete list with all the mangas, movies, and anime here.
Deca-Dence, an anime which only recently began airing on Japanese television, quickly became a favorite.
Death note is a very popular anime.
This anime is about Yagami Light. He discovers a notebook with all the names of people that he wrote in. L, a well-known and uncommon detective from the international community, is called to assist Light in stopping him from committing these crimes.
This anime appeared in a 1990 magazine and began airing in 1992.
This anime is lighthearted, fun, and doesn’t have a plot. It is a simple series that anyone can enjoy.
Gintama is another anime that Japanese love. Although it begins slowly, the action will pick up quickly and there will be many epic moments.
It’s a simple story: An alien invasion in feudal Japan causes problems at Gintoki Sakata, a samurai. You will be captivated by the exciting battles and interactions between characters.
The anime is filled with charismatic and interesting characters.
Subaru is soon reunited once again with Satella, whom he meets while at the anime convention.
Intrigued? Are you intrigued?
Cowboy bebop might be an oldie, however, it’s a great series.
27. My Hero Academia
Boku no Hero Academia debuted in 2016 and has been a favorite anime of Japan ever since.
Inuyasha anime is great for beginners as well as experienced anime fans.
Many are seeking the Shikon Jewel which can grant all wishes.
Steins;Gate is, in my opinion, one of the greatest anime ever made. Nearly ten decades later, it still holds the top spot on the list.
Rintaro Okayabe, a Future Gadget Laboratory employee who creates a Time Machine. Because of the addictive plots that involve time loops, love triangles, and time machines,
30. Tokyo Ghoul
Tokyo Ghoul tells the story of Ghouls that live among humans secretly. It tells the story of Kaneki Ken’s journey, and the dangers he faces.
Clannad, a relaxing slice-of life anime, is suitable for both beginners as well as veterans.
32 One-Punch Man
The action-hero anime was first aired in Japan in 2015.
Saitama, protagonist, can defeat any opponent by one punch.
One-Punch Man, an action anime, will make you smile. Saitama’s face represents comedy at its best.
33. Ergo Proxy
Ergo Proxy is cyberpunk anime. It is set in the future, when androids and humans live together.
34 Case Closed (Detective Conan).
Jimmy Kudo, a high-school student, offers his support to police officers to solve cases.
The history of some of Japan’s most popular anime dates back to decades. Many of the most popular anime in Japan date back many decades.