Hey guys! How’s it going on? Today I have something different for you guys. I am sure all of you love watching or reading manga but there are many instances where you just have nothing to watch or read. Sometimes, you finish an anime and think, there’s nothing else to do in your life. Everything is meaningless. Well, I have come to save you from this predicament. I have compiled a list of some anime which won’t disappoint you.
I have compiled a list of 11 anime and I am going to mention some extra honorable mentions which couldn’t make to the list in this paragraph. Honorable mentions – Romcom SNAFU, Toradora, Tonari No Kaibutsu-Kun, Free!, Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai and Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon. I know some of you won’t agree with the list but personally I think the anime’s mentioned below deserves it.
Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge (Tanaka-kun is Always Listless) – No. of Episodes – 12. It is a story about a very listless high school boy. Thanks to his good friend Ohta acting as a human taxi, Tanaka is able to spend much of his school life sleeping, and finding ways to be the very best at doing the very least. His sleep filled days have also somehow managed to acquire him an unusual following of weird and wonderful friends.
K-On! – No. of Episodes – 13. Yui signs up for the Light Music Club knowingly that she can’t play an instrument! Upon joining, the club members Ritsu, Mio, and Tsumugi are left in disbelief that someone who doesn’t know how to play music wants to join. Still, They need her to stay so their club reaches the minimum member requirement! With a school festival coming up, are they able to teach her fast enough AND well enough to perform?
Hyouka – No. of Episodes – 22. Energy-conservative high school student Houtarou Oreki ends up with more than he bargained for when he signs up for the Classics Club at his sister’s behest—especially when he realizes how deep-rooted the club’s history really is. Begrudgingly, Oreki is dragged into an investigation concerning the 45-year-old mystery that surrounds the club room. This one is pretty mysterious too. Give it a go!
ReLIFE – No. of Episodes – 12. Dismissed as a hopeless loser by those around him, 27-year-old Arata Kaizaki bounces around from one job to another after quitting his first company. His unremarkable existence takes a sharp turn when he meets Ryou Yoake, a member of the ReLife Research Institute, who offers Arata the opportunity to change his life for the better with the help of a mysterious pill. Taking it without a second thought, Arata awakens the next day to find that his appearance has reverted to that of a 17-year-old.
Yuru Camp – No. of Episodes – 12. Yuru Camp is one of the gems from the season. Who could have guessed a camping series would be fun, refreshing, and very entertaining? Also, no matter how you are feeling, after each episode you will end with a big smile on your face. Yuru Camp isn’t about cute girls doing cute things. It is about how to enjoy simpler situations and how to maintain the proper mood and be happy under any circumstance.
Usagi Drop – No. of Episodes – 11. Daikichi is a lonely 30 year old male. One day his grandfather dies, so he goes home to pay respects to his grandfather. An unknown girl at the house reveals to be Rin, the illegitimate daughter of his grandfather! Nobody in the family wants to acknowledge or care for Rin. He is disgusted with his family’s irrational hatred toward Rin and he takes her in as his own family to care for her when no one else will.
The Melancholy Of Haruhi Suzumiya – No. of Episodes – 28. Kyon has never believed in supernatural things. They’re not practical and overall pretty lame. Haruhi, on the other hand, loves everything about the supernatural world. In their high school, there were no clubs dedicated to things like this, so they made one: THE SOS BRIGADE. With weirdos in their group, the SOS Brigade will go on supernatural adventures.
3-gatsu no Lion – No. of Episodes – 22. Sangatsu no Lion’s first five minutes contain a scene I might characterize as one of the best in animation. A boy listlessly wakens, drinking out of necessity, dressing out of obligation, and leaving his sterile apartment out of confusion, an existence so fragile it could perish with the wind. He doesn’t say anything. He doesn’t tell people about his problems. He just moves on with his life.