Yui Hirasawa can't play an instrument, but that doesn't stop her from joining the light music club!
For those of you looking for anime that is a bit more mature, such as for seinen anime, here's our list of the best adult anime of all time.
One of the worst stereotypes about anime is that it's just for children, but the shows below prove that to be completely wrong. " It isn't just the graphic violence, but the themes and ideals that are presented in the show that would likely go over the head of a younger viewer.
Come for the half-naked tests of speed and stamina, stay for the friendship and perseverance!
If you got into manga and anime in the '90s, odds are that it was because of this series.
Though significantly truncated from the books, the anime follows the same basic story of Tooru Honda, who sets out to break a strange curse on her adoptive family.
Though there are magical themes at work here, gives a standard slice of life formula a supernatural twist: the members of the Student Cultural Research Club periodically switch bodies! In this classic slice of life, Eikichi Onizuka is a former gang member and incorrigible pervert who initially earns his teaching degree to meet girls.
But it's all wrapped around a core of learning and improving at their shared passion. Losing friends is hard—even harder when you just sort of grow apart.
The reclusive Jinta Yadomi knows this all too well.
But when the ghost of a long-deceased friend appears to him, he tries to get his old gang together to help her remember what she once wished for.
Good for anyone who's still looking for closure.
The journey of solving it gives him a brand new lease on high school and life in general!