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A Beginner’s Guide To Watch Anime: Top 5 Anime You Need To Watch

Approaching the anime medium for the first time can be challenging but with time it becomes more enjoyable and easier to understand

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Khushant Runghe
Khushant Runghe
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INDIA: A style of Japanese animation, commonly known as anime, is a fun-loving form of entertainment and philosophy for children and adults alike. Many newcomers have difficulty watching anime since there are so many different types and genre. Due to this, most of them are unsure as to where to begin. Approaching the anime medium for the first time can be challenging. Sure it’s colorful, looks beautiful, and the sheer variety is enticing, but sometimes it can be too much for the uninitiated.

If you haven’t started watching anime already, here are the top 5 anime for beginners that you must watch!

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Boku dake ga Inai Machi (Erased)

In order to hook the audiences, a story needs to have mystery, time travel, psychological thriller, and drama, and this anime delivers all of these in a 12-episode series. The story revolves around Satoru Fujinuma (The protagonist) who has the ability to revive. This allows Fujinuma to travel back in time, it is up to him to solve the murder mystery in the past that has harmed his present.

Yakusoku no Nebārando (The Promised Neverland)

What could possibly go wrong for orphans living in an orphanage with their loving Child caregiver a.k.a Mother? The plot concentrates around Emma, Norman, and Ray, who are the most intelligent of the orphans. However, when the mystery is revealed, their blissful world is turned upside down. This demonstrates that reality is not what it appears to be.

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This anime is tailor-made for science buffs. The story focuses on how the human civilization was reduced to stone age status, with all humans being petrifed by some unexplained flare. Now, it is in the hands of a 15-year-old genius named Senku Ishigam to rebuild the world by using his scientific expertise. This anime series of 24 episodes will take you on a journey of friendship and betrayal.

Wanpanman (One-Punch Man)

Who could have predicted that a web manga with a spoof of the shonen genre as its major premise would become an instant hit both as manga and anime? It is based on Saitama’s account, a super hero who can crush any opponent with a single punch but seeks a decent rival after having been saddened by his overpowering strength with a lack of challenge.

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Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer)

Samurai and demons may sound repetitious for any anime story, yet the dark imagination and martial arts redefine the genre of anime. In Kimetsu no Yaiba, after Tanjiro Kamado’s family is slaughtered and his little sister Nezuko is turned into a demon, he sets out to become a demon slayer. This anime was so popular that a film based on it, Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, was developed after the first season ended. Which also became the highest grossing film in Japan’s box-office history.


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