20 Great Anime Series From the 2010s That You Might Have Missed


The 2010s were an incredible decade for anime, with each year bringing in plenty of hits. Here are 20 great anime series from the 2010s that you might have missed. There are many good anime of the 2010s that are worth your time, which anime is your favourite? Let’s start!

20. Tonkatsu DJ Agetarou

The story revolves around AgeTarou Katsumata, a goofy but honest guy whose family has a tonkatsu restaurant passed down from three generations. But he started his own DJ club. Tonkatsu DJ Agetarou has unique art, charming characters, and a great soundtrack.

19. Hyougemono

Hyougemono is a great series to watch if you love Japanese history. Sasuke Furuta is a vassal of Lord Nobunaga, but his interests are less focused on war and more focused on aesthetic purposes such as the tea ceremony and pottery.

18. Yuri Kuma Arashi

In the past, anthropomorphic bears coexisted with humans. However, a meteor shower that fell to Earth had a strange effect on bears around the world: they suddenly became aggressive and hungry for human flesh, fueling an endless cycle of bloodshed. , in which the bear eats the man and the man shoots the bear, forgetting about the vivid relationship between them. Once. Thus, the “Separation Wall” was built, separating the two civilizations and keeping the peace.

Kureha Tsubaki and Sumika Izumino are two lovers who attend Arashigaoka Academy, when the appearance of two bears who sneaked past the Forbidden Wall and infiltrated the academy, finding their relationship threatened. serious. The hungry but affectionate bears, Ginko Yurishiro and Lulu Yurigasaki, seem to consider Kureha to hate bears more than just another meal, and, when closer to her, unravel secrets that Kureha may not be able to. resistant.

When their relationship causes an Invisible Storm, a group that keeps order in the school of thought, the girls must stand trial with their love, embarking on a journey of self-discovery on the way to achieving their goals. get the “promised kiss” of true love.

17. Wandering Son

The Wandering Son anime content tells the story of Shuichi Nitori being assigned a male student, but wanting to be a girl, while Yoshino Takatsuki is the opposite, and both want to pretend to be a girl of the opposite sex. As the two begin their lives as junior high school students, they reflect on the events of their elementary school days in which Shuichi confesses to Yoshino, but is rejected because Yoshino is not ready. for love yet. During the first day of class, Yoshino was impressed by a girl named Chizuru Sarashina who entered the school with a boy’s uniform, while a classmate Saori Chiba lashes out at another student to brought up the rumors of Shuichi and Yoshino dating. After a day of walking around the city…

16. Level E

The story revolves around the male protagonist Tsutsui Yukitaka, a first-year high school student who dreams of becoming a good baseball player. In his neighborhood lived a strange and eccentric man. He said he was an alien and had lost his memory. He is actually the prince of the planet Dogra, one of the smartest but has the worst personality.

15. Humanity Has Declined

Anime is set in a colorful world, but hidden in those vibrant colors, the human population is decreasing over time. And the most prosperous species was no longer human, but the “Fairy”, although only 10cm tall, but very intelligent. Anime revolves around a girl, she is the bridge between “Fairy” and human…

14. Space Brothers

When Mutta was 12 years old and Hibito was 9 years old, two brothers were playing in the park when they saw a light streak across the sky, they assumed it was a UFO flying towards the moon. Since then, two brothers, Muta and Hibito, have promised each other that they will grow up to be astronauts and fly into space together. By 2025, both brothers are adults, but older brother Mutta works in a car company and younger brother Hibito becomes an astronaut. Although Mutta failed to fulfill his childhood promise, after he lost his job, Muta received a phone call from Hibito. That call sparked his childhood dream of flying into space. Will Muta fulfill his old promise? Did the two cousins ​​fly into space together?

13. Kyousou Giga

Koto and her two younger brothers, A and Un, are trapped in a strange city that causes great turmoil throughout the land called Kyoto but not the Kyoto where they live. They are looking for a weird rabbit to return home. Koto, the eldest of the three, seems to have some connection to this strange place, which is ruled by a monk, a demon, and a priest.

12. The Eccentric Family

“It has been 1200 years since Emperor Kammu moved the capital here. Humans live in the streets, tanuki run on the ground and tengu fly in the sky. Since this city was built, humans, tanuki and tengu have maintained a balance. That’s what keeps the great wheel of this city spinning. And watching that wheel spin is the most interesting thing.” The story of an actor in the city of Kyoto where humans, tengu and tanuki live together. Shimogamo Yasaburou is the third child of a tanuki family. His father Souichirou was once the ******** of the tanuki community until he was eaten by the people of the 6th Order. Having to take care of a dead tengu, take care of the family, deal with another family of tanuki, “make toys” for a human girl with superpowers. Gradually the secret of his father’s death was revealed.

11. Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens

In a city called Fukuoka, crime exists in the underworld from a seemingly peaceful surface. In the city’s Hakata ward, there are many individuals with special talents including professional killers, detectives, informants, and professional revenge seekers. Furthermore, according to an urban legend, an individual known as a professional killer appeared in the city.

10. Skull-face Bookseller Honda-san

This funny anime revolves around a… skeleton named Honda, who is an employee at a bookstore. The story tells about daily life and the “difficult” situations that skeletons face when selling goods at a bookstore.

9. After the Rain

After the Rain is adapted from the manga of the same name by author Jun Mayuzuki. The story revolves around Akira Tachibana – An innocent, beautiful high school girl who is 17 years old. At the same time, a girl who never shows herself. However, she carries a secret secret, which is a heavy crush on the 45-year-old restaurant manager Masami Kondō. Will their love be big enough to overcome the barriers of life?

8. A Lull in the Sea

In ancient times, humans lived in the ocean. Longing for a life on land, some people gave up the special clothes given to them by the water god, which allowed them to live in the ocean, to go on land. Since then, two peoples have appeared in the world, the people of the land and the people of the sea, and over time, the people of the earth forget that the ocean is their birthplace. The story begins when Tsumugu Kihara, a resident on land, meet four girls from the ocean.

7. Poco’s Udon World

With a culinary theme mixed with fantasy elements, Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari tells the story of Tawara Souta, the son of the owner of a Udon noodle shop who recently passed away. Souta returns to his hometown, and accidentally finds an abandoned baby in his noodle shop. Souta accepted to raise the baby and named him Poko, even though the boy suddenly grew two ears and a tail like a tanuki dog badger.

6. Kotoura-san

Kotoura Haruka is a 15-year-old girl who has the ability to read people’s minds. Due to her special ability, Kotoura caused a lot of trouble, resulting in her parents’ divorce. She has to transfer schools but still avoids her classmates. Manabe Yoshihisa, one of her classmates, acknowledged and appreciated her ability. So Kotoura started making friends with Manabe’s help.

5. Run With The Wind

Run With The Wind is about Kakeru, a former elite runner-up in high school, being chased for stealing food. He is saved by a Kansei University student Haiji, who is also a runner-up. Haiji convinces Kakeru to live in the old Chikuseisou apartment, where he plans to work with fellow residents to enter the Hakone Ekiden Marathon, one of the most famous universities in Japan. Kakeru soon discovers that all the inhabitants except Haiji and himself are complete novices.

4. OLD [Control]: The Money and Soul of Possibility

The anime is set in the 21st century, when the Japanese economy has just recovered, with the content revolving around Yoga Kimimaro, an economics student. With his father missing, his mother dead, and raised by his paternal grandmother, Kimimaro’s dreams revolve around escaping the poverty that cripples the lower classes. One day, he met a man who offered him a large sum of money, on the condition that he pay him back. From there, Kimimaro was drawn into the dark corner of the Japanese economy, a place called the “Financial Zone”.

3. Silver Spoon

Silver Spoon is adapted from the manga of the same name, about Yugo Hachiken, a boy who often dreams of a life away from his family, so he actively enrolls in an agricultural school. He thought that with his academic talent, there wouldn’t be any problems no matter which school he applied to. But unfortunately, things were not as Yugo thought. Growing up in the city, he was forced to accept the inconvenience of agricultural labor.

2. Beautiful Bones -Sakurako’s Investigation

Sakurako Kujou is an osteopathic specialist who solves crimes using clues left in bones. Shoutarou Tatewaki is her reluctant assistant. Together, the two of them uncover all the secrets that bones have to offer.

1. Blood Lady

Since ancient times, demons have lived with people, they are the fear of the night, the reason people are afraid of the dark, the shadows that appear and show up with a faint smell of blood… But thanks to the development of technology, Humans have created many fearsome weapons, and repelled demons forcing them to return to the demon world or hell… The magic part of the world is now forgotten but that doesn’t mean it’s gone. , the demon world still exists parallel to the human world but it does not welcome the inhabitants of the other world. Thanks to the “Black Curtain” gate, Fuyumi, a human high school student, unlucky enough to enter the demon world. What will happen to her in this “no-one” place?



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