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Top 20 Best Time Travel Anime Series & Movies

Time machine in SteinsGate

Here’s a question: what’s your favorite time travel anime? Are there even enough good titles in this sci-fi subgenre?

It isn’t filled to the brim each season unlike with the case of isekai titles, but it’s not impossible to find some great ones.

If you’re in the mood for some mind-boggling twists and turns (or even minor time travel elements in an otherwise typical anime) check out my list below.

And fair warning: spoilers ahead(in some cases). Some titles here have time travel itself as a key turning point or surprise in the series, so if you don’t want to know any more just skim the titles and pick one that interests you!

20. Nobunaga Concerto

Nobunaga Concerto anime screenshot

I’m going to start with Nobunaga Concerto, an anime that does have time travel — but is also more of an isekai.

This is why I’m including it on my list but, but not the highest for sure. So what’s it all about?

As you may have already guessed, it involves Oda Nobunaga . Arguably one of the most popular Japanese historical figures.

He was a brutal leader, but he was also brilliant and a key figure in the reunification of Japan.

But Nobunaga isn’t the OP. In Nobunaga Concerto, he meets Saburou who mysteriously time travels from the 21st century and looks like him.

Saburou was just an ordinary high school kid, but now he must replace Nobunaga, who wishes to relax in his final years.

19. Natsu-iro no Sunadokei (Sandglass of Summer Colors)

Natsu-iro no Sunadokei screenshot

This is an old anime. Like, really old.

But while its character design, animation, and overall quality haven’t stood the test of time, it is a worthwhile show that involves more time travel than Nobunaga Concerto.

Sandglass of Summer Colors is an adaptation of a video game, a visual novel (VN) from Princess Soft that was released way back in 2002.

Also, it only has two episodes; it’s an OVA. Still, it’s an intriguing show.

Yes it once again involves a teenage boy, this time named Kotaro Makimura.

But here, the time travel comes in the form of Kotaro waking up to the next school year, and then going back and forth to specific days of his summer vacation.

Through this he learns some very crazy news about his girlfriend Kaho Serizawa. It gets deep.

18. Buddy Complex

Buddy Complex anime screenshot

In 2014, Sunrise released an action-heavy mecha title that surprisingly wasn’t another entry to their sprawling Gundam franchise.

It’s called Buddy Complex, and it does enough to distinguish itself from other similar titles with its appealing trio, plot, and solid execution.

Buddy Complex starts with the main hero Aoba Watase nearly getting killed in the hands of a massive robot from the future.

Hina Yumihara saves him, and also takes him 70 years into the future for him to learn all about the fighting robots and possibly prevent his demise.

Can he go back to his actual timeline? Or is he stuck in this future of warring military forces?

17. Doraemon

Doraemon anime screen

Yes, Doraemon is indeed a time-travel anime — and quite a good one at that.

Some argue that the time travel aspect is a mere gimmick here. But I honestly love what the anime has done with it.

The story isn’t about a dystopian future and someone who wants to save it by going back to the past.

No, it’s about Sewashi Nobi from the 22nd century sending a cat robot to improve the life of his grandfather Nobita Nobi — and that’s wonderful.

With 1,700 episodes, Doraemon has proven that this subgenre can be wholesome for kids.

Likewise, who doesn’t want a four-dimensional pouch that can bring out all sorts of gadgets of different sizes?

16. Punch Line

Punch Line anime screenshot

Punch Line was MAPPA’s third original anime after Garo: The Animation and Zankyou no Terror, the latter being one of my all-time favorites.

No, Punch Line wasn’t a modern classic in my eyes at all.

It didn’t have the serious or ambitious tone of those previous shows.

However, Punch Line was a creative risk that needs commending — and even a reappraisal from anime fans.

It’s silly but fully aware of it.

How silly? It involves spirits, nose bleeding, panty shots.

Also, the OP has to avoid looking at panties as he travels through time as a spirit. Otherwise a meteor immediately kills all life on Earth. So that’s fun.

15. InuYasha

InuYasha anime screenshot

I’ve got another entry here from Sunrise Studio.

InuYasha was one of the biggest shounen titles before series like Naruto, Bleach, and Fairy Tail took over — and it does have time travel.

Kagome Higurashi goes back hundreds of years to feudal Japan. The difference is instead of meeting a general, he meets a white-haired guy who also has dog ears.

Also, both Kagome and Inuyasha can travel between modern Japan and feudal Japan with relative ease.

And I suggest InuYasha just because it’s one of the best shounen series of all time. Time travel or not.

14. Irozuku Sekai no Ashita kara (Iroduku: The World in Colors)

Iroduku: The World in Colors anime

I have a soft spot for original anime. It takes a lot of guts to push through with a story you don’t know will work out.

It doesn’t have a built-in fan base unlike with adaptations of manga, LNs, and video games.

But Iroduku: The World in Colors was more than just an original anime.

It was a visually imaginative and wonderfully animated series, and it was clear that P.A. Works didn’t just do this half-heartedly.

Think of it as a blend of sci-fi, fantasy, and school drama.

A grandmother sends her emotionally distant granddaughter 60 years back to the past, but she doesn’t say why.

And now that she’s back to 2018(present when released) the young girl named Hitomi Tsukishiro learns all about self-discovery and human connection. Go see it.

13. Charlotte

Charlotte anime screenshot

Look, I get it — Angel Beats was a great anime series.

That was a show that managed to make me love all the students in just 13 episodes.

Plus, I’m confident that most viewers won’t ever forget the ending.

Since then, people have been clamoring for something like it from Jun Maeda.

Well Charlotte came into the fray, but it wasn’t exactly as good as Angel Beats or Clannad.

Still, Charlotte certainly has its moments as a school drama with time travel (among other powers).

Also this is an anime original, and I think the best moments outweigh the pacing and plot issues by the end.

Zipang anime screenshot

I don’t blame you if you haven’t heard of Zipang.

Despite being released two full years later than Naruto, Zipang somehow sports a more old-school design.

Then again, it’s a fitting choice given the military and historical setting.

Simply put, it’s about a Japanese missile destroyer (a navy warship) called Mirai that gets itself into a storm, but it was no ordinary storm.

Once Mirai gets away from the storm, its crew realizes that they’ve all time-traveled to 1942 — back to the Second World War.

Exciting, right?

Here’s the more interesting part: They must try their best not to change history. But can the crew keep themselves in the background when people are dying left and right?

11. Natsu no Arashi (Summer Storm!)

Natsu no Arashi anime screenshot

Interestingly enough, I didn’t catch this until last year — a full decade since its release.

But hey, this is an excellent example of “better late than never” because this is a fine mix of time travel and comedy.

Natsu no Arashi is about, again, a male teenager who meets a beautiful girl.

But Sayoko Arashiyama is far from an ordinary teenager.

She may not even be a teenager as Hajime Yasaka finds a photo of her in her 60s.

What’s going on? And why does Sayoko still look young?

Check out Natsu no Arashi. It’s made by Shaft so expect some visual delights.

10. Higurashi no Naku Koro ni (When They Cry)

When They Cry anime screenshot

We’re getting closer to the highest ranking so let’s be really careful now. I did warn about spoilers, so be prepared.

When They Cry deceives its audience by portraying itself as another generic anime with a guy OP and a bunch of cute girls.

Only for it to actually be a murder mystery with a time loop to boot.

Also, it may even be the only horror and time travel anime out there.

One minute you’re seeing kids playing together, all smiles. The next, they’re splattered with blood and having edgy expressions.

Orange anime screenshot

Admittedly I hate what happened to the anime adaptation here (although the movie Orange: Future was way better in terms of animation quality and consistency).

I read the manga, and it had moments that could’ve catapulted the anime as a classic.

But the anime did not meet or exceed expectations.

Orange was just above average. But still good enough to warrant a spot here.

If you think the anime was good and made you cry and laugh, consider the gorgeous and much more emotional manga too.

8. Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu (Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World)

ReZERO Starting Life in Another World

I think Re:Zero is a fine isekai and time travel anime.

It could’ve been like any typical isekai after all the hype for Sword Art Online. But it etched its own place in history.

Re:Zero makes you think that it’s just another guy getting transported to a fantasy world. But the time loop aspect elevates the series to new heights of dread and sheer desperation for Subaru.

It’s not just an escape to a better world with waifu material like Emilia and Rem, it’s overall a really engaging show. And I’m definitely excited for season 2 .

7. Kimi no Na wa. (Your Name.)

Kimi no Na wa. anime

Yup, this is big spoiler territory.

I sure hope that you’ve already watched the critically acclaimed movie, which also broke records around the world — or that you’ve read the novel of the same name.

Because time travel is what made audiences gasp in the middle of the movie. Kimi no Na wa is seemingly just about two people living in different regions… but what viewers didn’t know was that they also lived in different periods.

I still remember the shock everyone had in the cinemas (because I saw this twice in theaters).

There is nothing quite like the audiovisual spectacle of a Makoto Shinkai film on the big screen. And the ending is so rewarding if you’ve watched Five Centimeters Per Second.

6. Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei (The Tatami Galaxy)

Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei anime

Masaaki Yuasa needs no introduction after Devilman Crybaby garnered rave reviews from fans and critics all over the world, in part because it was available on Netflix.

But even before that, I was a huge fan of Yuasa’s directorial prowess.

He’s a man with impeccable skill, ensuring that both substance and style are way above the competition.

The Tatami Galaxy features rapid conversations (so you have to read fast if you prefer subtitles like me) and there’s so much going on when this is all about a young man’s life (and love life).

Watch him go through some sort of Groundhog Day, but in a much more artistic, magical manner.

It’s a rewarding experience across space and time (and tatami), I promise you that.

5. Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica (Puella Magi Madoka Magica)

Puella Magi Madoka Magica anime screenshot

At this point, I’m not sure which of my top picks have time travel as one of its biggest turning points.

This one has a certain episode in the latter half that completely turns it from an impressive series to arguably one of the best anime of all time.

You may not agree that it’s a “deconstruction” of the magical girl genre . But it’s clear evidence that Gen Urobuchi could change the game if he had the right team.

Also, this original anime looks breathtaking.

It’s dark, it’s exciting, it’s inspirational.

Shaft had a classic in their hands and they didn’t waste the opportunity.

4. Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya)

Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya anime screenshot

As one of Kyoto Animation’s first big hits, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya took the relatively small 2006 global anime community by storm.

It was hilarious, had a stellar set of characters, had a viral opening song, and had episodes that didn’t line up chronologically.

And yet the order of events didn’t ruin the story at all.

The nonlinear structure enabled a new way of looking at the character dynamics. And it made rewatches (in the chronological order) more rewarding.

Once you’ve watched the series (and bless you if you’ve seen the Endless Eight arc) go ahead and enjoy The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya .

3. Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo (The Girl Who Leapt Through Time)

Girl Who Leapt Through Time anime screenshot

Like Masaaki Yuasa and Makoto Shinkai, Mamoru Hosoda is one of the best anime directors today.

And he’s done many more amazing films besides this one: Summer Wars, Wolf Children, and The Boy and the Beast, just to name a few.

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time works as well as it does because of how it didn’t just use time travel as a gimmick.

It thought of how to shape the character and the story as a whole, creating tension and developing emotional impact in the latter half.

Plus I think many of us can relate to Makoto Shonno. Spending the last year of high school knowing that life is about to change, and yet you’re unsure of your own future.

It’s thrilling, hilarious, and has a heart at its core.

2. Boku dake ga Inai Machi (ERASED)

Boku dake ga Inai Machi anime screenshot

Am I making a controversial choice by putting this so high on my list?

Not really.

Sure, not everyone was a fan of the adaptation. And I admit that the suspense thriller aspect to it was a bit heavy-handed.

But like with how I feel about Zankyou no Terror, ERASED has highs that are so high, they easily make up for the lows.

It’s an imperfect masterpiece in my eyes.

The first episode was a 10/10 with how it easily grabbed my attention by the end with the change in aspect ratio, signifying the drastic change in time… it’s really interesting.

ERASED has a killer OP from none other than Asian Kung-Fu Generation, and I still think that the birthday scene of Kayo is one of the most heart-wrenching yet simultaneously heartwarming moments in anime.

Also, (big spoiler ahead) I dislike that some fans think the show was bad just because the guy didn’t end up with the girl he saved(and attempted to save again and again) in the past.

Look, you don’t just get to marry someone because you saved their life. You save someone because it’s the right thing to do, not because you expect something in return.

1. Steins;Gate

Steins;Gate anime screenshot

Is there even any other anime that could be at the No. 1 spot?

It’s the first show that comes to mind if you ask most anime fans what the best time travel anime is. And for good reason.

Furthermore, Steins;Gate isn’t just lauded as the top time travel series ever.

It’s also in the running as possible the best anime in general, usually in competition with FMA: Brotherhood.

Steins;Gate is both an outstanding gateway show to anime and one that becomes rewarding once you’ve consumed a ton of anime.

Some claim that it’s overrated, but one thing’s for sure: It set the standard for what a time travel anime could achieve in terms of sheer brilliance and entertainment.

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Re:zero -starting life in another world-.

Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu

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Takemichi Hanagaki's second year of middle school was the highest point in his life. He had respect, a gang of friends he could count on, and even a girlfriend. But that was twelve years ago. Today, he's a nobody: a washed-up nonentity made fun of by children and always forced to apologize to his younger boss. A sudden news report on the Tokyo Manji Gang's cruel murder of the only girlfriend he ever had alongside her brother only adds insult to injury. Half a second before a train ends his pitiful life for good, Takemichi flashes back to that same day 12 years ago, when he was still dating Hinata Tachibana. After being forced to relive the very same day that began his downward spiral, Takemichi meets Hinata's younger brother. Without thinking, he admits to his seeming death before flashing back to the past. Takemichi urges him to protect his sister before inexplicably returning to the future. Miraculously, he is not dead. Stranger still, the future has changed. It seems as though Takemichi can alter the flow of time. Given the chance to prevent his ex-girlfriend's tragic death at the hands of the Tokyo Manji Gang, Takemichi decides to fly through time to change the course of the future. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

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Re:zero -starting life in another world- season 2.

Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu 2nd Season

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Re:zero -starting life in another world- season 2 part 2.

Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu 2nd Season Part 2

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The eccentric, self-proclaimed mad scientist Rintarou Okabe has become a shell of his former self. Depressed and traumatized after failing to rescue his friend Makise Kurisu, he has decided to forsake his mad scientist alter ego and live as an ordinary college student. Surrounded by friends who know little of his time travel experiences, Okabe spends his days trying to forget the horrors of his adventures alone. While working as a receptionist at a college technology forum, Okabe meets the short, spunky Maho Hiyajo, who later turns out to be the interpreter at the forum's presentation, conducted by Professor Alexis Leskinen. In front of a stunned crowd, Alexis and Maho unveil Amadeus—a revolutionary AI capable of storing a person's memories and creating a perfect simulation of that person complete with their personality and quirks. Meeting with Maho and Alexis after the presentation, Okabe learns that the two were Kurisu's colleagues in university, and that they have simulated her in Amadeus. Hired by Alexis to research the simulation's behavior, Okabe is given the chance to interact with the shadow of a long-lost dear friend. Dangerously tangled in the past, Okabe must face the harsh reality and carefully maneuver around the disastrous consequences that come with disturbing the natural flow of time. [Written by MAL Rewrite]


Naho Takamiya's first day of her sophomore year of high school is off to an uneasy start. After waking up late, she receives a strange letter addressed to her. However, the letter is from herself—10 years in the future! At first, Naho is skeptical of the note; yet, after witnessing several events described to take place, she realizes the letter really is from her 26-year-old self. The note details that Naho's future life is filled with regrets, and she hopes that her younger self can correct the mistakes that were made in the past. The letter also warns her to keep a close eye on the new transfer student, Kakeru Naruse. Naho must be especially careful in making decisions involving him, as Kakeru is not around in the future. With the letter as her guide, Naho now has the power to protect Kakeru before she comes to regret it once more. [Written by MAL Rewrite]


Kagome Higurashi's 15th birthday takes a sudden turn when she is forcefully pulled by a demon into the old well of her family's shrine. Brought to the past, when demons were a common sight in feudal Japan, Kagome finds herself persistently hunted by these vile creatures, all yearning for an item she unknowingly carries: the Shikon Jewel, a small sphere holding extraordinary power. Amid such a predicament, Kagome encounters a half-demon boy named Inuyasha who mistakes her for Kikyou, a shrine maiden he seems to resent. Because of her resemblance to Kikyou, Inuyasha takes a violent dislike to Kagome. However, after realizing the dire circumstances they are both in, he sets aside his hostility and lends her a hand. Unfortunately, during a fight for the Shikon Jewel, the miraculous object ends up shattered into pieces and scattered across the land. Fearing the disastrous consequences of this accident, Kagome and Inuyasha set out on a challenging quest to recover the shards before they fall into the wrong hands. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo

The girl who leapt through time.

Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo

Makoto Konno is in her last year of high school, but is having a hard time deciding what to do with her future. In between enduring the pressure of her teachers and killing time with her best friends, Makoto's life suddenly changes when she accidentally discovers that she is capable of literally leaping through time. Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo follows Makoto as she plays around with her newfound power. However, she soon learns the hard way that every choice has a consequence, and time is a lot more complicated than it may seem. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi

Redo of healer.

Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi

When Keyaru acquired his powers as a Hero who specialized in healing all injuries regardless of severity, it seemed that he would walk the path to a great future. But what awaited him instead was great agony; he was subjected to years of seemingly endless hellish torture and abuse. Keyaru's healing skills allowed him to secretly collect the memories and abilities of those he treated, gradually making him stronger than anyone else. But by the time he reached his full potential, it was far too late—he had already lost everything. Determined to put his life back on track, Keyaru decided to unleash a powerful healing spell that rewound the entire world back to the time before he began to suffer his horrible fate. Equipped with the anguish of his past, he vows to redo everything in order to fulfill a new purpose—to exact revenge upon those who have wronged him. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song

Vivy -fluorite eye's song-.

Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song

When highly evolved AIs set out to eradicate mankind, the carnage that ensues fills the air with the stench of fresh blood and burning bodies. In a desperate bid to prevent the calamity from ever occurring, a scientist bets everything on a remnant from the past. Turning the clock back a hundred years, AIs are already an integral part of human society, programmed with specific missions meant to be carried out for their entire course of operation. Vivy, the first ever autonomous AI, is a songstress tasked with spreading happiness through her voice. In a theme park where she hardly ever gets a proper audience, she strives to pour her heart out into her performances, bound to repeat it day after day—that is, until an advanced AI from the future appears before her and enlists her help in stopping a devastating war a hundred years in the making. With no time to process the revelation that flips her world upside down, Vivy is catapulted into a century-long journey to avert the violent history yet to come. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Summertime Render

Summer time rendering.

Summertime Render

Since the death of his parents, Shinpei Ajiro had lived with the Kofune family and their two daughters—Mio and Ushio. Although he then left his home island to continue his education in Tokyo, Shinpei returns after Ushio tragically drowns during the attempted rescue of a little girl. During the funeral, his best friend informs him about bruises found around Ushio's neck, casting doubt over the cause of her death. Suspecting a murder has taken place, Shinpei reevaluates recent events, but strange incidents only continue to transpire. Disappearing people and other unexplainable occurrences lead Mio to recall an old folktale referring to entities called "Shadows," which may not be entirely fantasy. Supposedly, an encounter with one's Shadow foretells the person's impending demise. Facing the dark side of Hitogashima Island, Shinpei stands against his grim fate to fulfill Ushio's final will—to protect Mio. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei

The tatami galaxy.

Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei

One autumn evening at a mysterious ramen stand behind the Shimogamo Shrine, a lonely third-year college student bumps into a man with an eggplant-shaped head who calls himself a god of matrimony. Meeting this man causes the student to reflect upon his past two years at college—two years bitterly spent trying to break up couples on campus with his only friend Ozu, a ghoulish-looking man seemingly set on making his life as miserable as possible. Resolving to make the most out of the rest of his college life, the student attempts to ask out the unsociable but kind-hearted underclassman Akashi, yet fails to follow through, prompting him to regret not living out his college life differently. As soon as this thought passes through his head, however, he is hurtled through time and space to the beginning of his years at college and given another chance to live his life. Surreal, artistic, and mind-bending, Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei chronicles the misadventures of a young man on a journey to make friends, find love, and experience the rose-colored campus life he always dreamed of. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Steins;Gate: Oukoubakko no Poriomania

Steins;gate: egoistic poriomania.

Steins;Gate: Oukoubakko no Poriomania

A few months after the events of Steins;Gate, Rintarou Okabe and his group of friends are invited to tag along with their acquaintance Faris NyanNyan, who is participating in a Rai-Net battle event in the United States. There, they meet up with an old colleague: Kurisu Makise, who has been recalling fragmented memories of events that happened in the other world lines in the form of dreams. She confronts Okabe, questioning him as to whether these events—particularly the incidents between the two of them—did indeed happen. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Shiguang Dailiren

Shiguang Dailiren

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. In this case, it holds an infinite amount of secrets. These are secrets that only Cheng Xiaoshi and Lu Guang are able to find. In a small shop called "Time Photo Studio," the two friends provide a special service: using their extraordinary powers that let them enter photographs, they jump into pictures brought to them by clients in order to grant their wishes. Through the eyes of the photographer, they live through the events surrounding the picture and try to decipher how to solve their client's request. But every time they jump into a picture, they take a great risk. One wrong move and they could alter the future of the person who took the picture... and possibly countless other events too. So when the events they are forced to live through in these pictures start to become personal, it will take the utmost strength to push their feelings aside and focus on accomplishing the task they were paid to do. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Tokyo Revengers: Seiya Kessen-hen

Tokyo revengers: christmas showdown.

Tokyo Revengers: Seiya Kessen-hen

In spite of his best time-leaping efforts, Takemichi Hanagaki continuously fails to prevent the present-day death of Hinata Tachibana, his adolescent love. The adult Takemichi grapples with grief and the ramifications of the Tokyo Manji gang's criminal empire—an unintended product of his timeline meddling. Though the gang once operated under the idealistic Manjirou "Mikey" Sano, it has now been taken over by the malicious Tetta Kisaki and, as a result, has abandoned its original optimistic intent. Despite feeling hopeless, Takemichi travels to the past once again to investigate Black Dragon, a rival motorcycle gang whose actions ultimately lead to Hinata's demise. There, he meets the young Hakkai Shiba, a fellow gang member whose older brother, Taiju, tyrannically rules Black Dragon. When Taiju brutally beats Takemichi in a one-sided street brawl, Hakkai attempts to withdraw from Tokyo Manji in apology—an act that Takemichi must prevent to spare Hakkai a grim future. Through a shared tragedy, Takemichi bonds with Chifuyu Matsuno, establishing a close comradery both boys desperately need. With Chifuyu on his side, Takemichi works to unravel the fates of Black Dragon's members, fighting to create a happy future for his loved ones. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Bokutachi no Remake

Remake our life.

Bokutachi no Remake

Life is not going well for 28-year-old Kyouya Hashiba. Having left his office job to pursue a career in the video game industry, his internship at a popular game studio abruptly ends, leaving him unemployed and forcing him to move back in with his parents. Additionally, his jealousy toward the success of the "Platinum Generation"—a group of similarly-aged creators—has caused him to regret his decision to attend a traditional university instead of an arts college. Even though he believes there are no second chances in life, Kyouya is suddenly given one when he wakes up one day and finds himself 10 years in the past. Instead of choosing business school like he originally had, Kyouya decides to pursue his passions and attends the Oonaka University of Art. There, he meets classmate Eiko Kawasegawa, the woman who had hired him as an intern in the present, alongside his new housemates and future Platinum Generation members: underachieving artist Aki Shino, aspiring singer and actress Nanako Kogure, and naturally-gifted writer Tsurayuki Rokuonji. With each project they complete together, Kyouya and his friends venture closer to discovering their true potential as creators and remaking their lives into the ideal versions they desire. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Irozuku Sekai no Ashita kara

Iroduku: the world in colors.

Irozuku Sekai no Ashita kara

Despite the kaleidoscopic magic ingrained in everyday life, Hitomi Tsukishiro's monochrome world is deprived of emotion and feeling. On a night as black and white as any other, amidst the fireworks spreading across the sky, Hitomi's grandmother Kohaku conjures a spell, for which she has been harnessing the moon's light for 60 years, to send Hitomi back in time to the year 2018 when Kohaku was in high school. Hitomi's mission seems unclear, but her grandmother assures her that she will know when she gets there. Following a trip through time aboard a train driven by a strange yellow creature, Hitomi finds herself in stoic artist Yuito Aoi's room, and his drawings flood her world with color. What is Hitomi's purpose there, and why do Yuito's drawings return such breathtaking color to her drab world? [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Oda Nobuna no Yabou

The ambition of oda nobuna.

Oda Nobuna no Yabou

High school student Yoshiharu Sagara wakes up and finds himself in the middle of a raging Sengoku period battle. He is saved by the legendary Hideyoshi Toyotomi, but at the cost of the hero's life. With his dying breath, the warrior pleads for Yoshiharu to become a feudal lord in his place. Now that the course of history has been changed, Yoshiharu pledges to keep the timeline from diverging any further. Yet, after rescuing Nobuna Oda—whom he discovers is actually the fabled Nobunaga Oda's female counterpart—Yoshiharu realizes he has been transported to an alternate reality where most of Japan's historical warlords are now cute girls! To set things right and find a way back home, Yoshiharu agrees to become one of Nobuna's retainers and assist her in a conquest of Japan. As Nobuna initiates her campaign, Yoshiharu discovers that the history he learned from playing the video game "Nobunaga's Ambition" allows him to predict future events and turn the tide of war. Using this invaluable gift to aid the Oda clan's beautiful generals, Yoshiharu hopes to help his new lord fulfill her dream and win the hearts of women everywhere. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

InuYasha: Kanketsu-hen

Inuyasha: the final act.

InuYasha: Kanketsu-hen

Thwarted again by Naraku, Inuyasha, Kagome Higurashi, and their friends must continue their hunt for the few remaining Shikon Jewel shards, lest they fully form into a corrupted jewel at the hands of Naraku. But Naraku has plans of his own to acquire them, and will destroy anyone and anything standing in his way—even his own underlings. The persistent, unyielding danger posed by Naraku forces Sango and Miroku to decide what is most important to them—each other or their duty in battle. Meanwhile, Inuyasha must decide whether his heart lies with Kikyou or Kagome, before fate decides for him. Amid the race to find the shards, Inuyasha and his brother Sesshoumaru must also resolve their feud and cooperate for their final confrontation with Naraku, as it is a battle they must win in order to put a stop to his evil and cruelty once and for all. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Steins;Gate: Kyoukaimenjou no Missing Link - Divide By Zero

Steins;gate: open the missing link - divide by zero.

Steins;Gate: Kyoukaimenjou no Missing Link - Divide By Zero

Having reached his emotional breaking point, Rintarou Okabe refuses to continue aiding time traveler Suzuha Amane in her mission to prevent World War III, believing any further efforts to save Makise Kurisu will be in vain. Shortly after, Okabe abandons his mad scientist persona and becomes a seemingly regular university student. Okabe's close friend Mayuri Shiina perceives him to be recovering from his trauma and is visibly happy. However, something still seems to be bothering Okabe. Steins;Gate: Kyoukaimenjou no Missing Link - Divide By Zero marks the beginning of a critical divergence—a timeline in which the burden of fate escalates beyond one's limits. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Naruto: Shippuuden Movie 4 - The Lost Tower

Naruto shippuden the movie 4: the lost tower.

Naruto: Shippuuden Movie 4 - The Lost Tower

Led by Yamato, Naruto Uzumaki, Sakura Haruno, and Sai are assigned to capture Mukade, a rogue ninja who is pursuing the ancient chakra Ryuumyaku located underneath the Rouran ruins. While the Ryuumyaku has been sealed by the Fourth Hokage, the group fails to prevent Mukade from releasing its power. Consequently, a strong energy burst engulfs both Naruto and Yamato before they can escape. As he awakens in a magnificent yet hostile kingdom, Naruto meets its young queen Saara and three Konohagakure ninjas on a top-secret mission. They reveal to him that he has time-traveled to Rouran 20 years into the past! To make matters worse, Mukade has already infiltrated the royal court, becoming the naive queen's most trusted minister under the alias Anrokuzan. Joining forces with the three ninjas, Naruto must protect Saara's life without fail to stop the villain's plans and return to the present. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Gintama Movie 2: Kanketsu-hen - Yorozuya yo Eien Nare

Gintama: the movie: the final chapter: be forever yorozuya.

Gintama Movie 2: Kanketsu-hen - Yorozuya yo Eien Nare

When Gintoki apprehends a movie pirate at a premiere, he checks the camera's footage and finds himself transported to a bleak, post-apocalyptic version of Edo, where a mysterious epidemic called the "White Plague" has ravished the world's population. It turns out that the movie pirate wasn't a pirate after all—it was an android time machine, and Gintoki has been hurtled five years into the future! Shinpachi and Kagura, his Yorozuya cohorts, have had a falling out and are now battle-hardened solo vigilantes and he himself has been missing for years, disappearing without a trace after scribbling a strange message in his journal. Setting out in the disguise given to him by the android time machine, Gintoki haphazardly reunites the Yorozuya team to investigate the White Plague, and soon discovers that the key to saving the future lies in the darkness of his own past. Determined to confront a powerful foe, he makes an important discovery—with a ragtag band of friends and allies at his side, he doesn't have to fight alone. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Punch Line

After escaping a bus hijacking with the help of masked superhero Strange Juice, Yuuta Iridatsu finds his soul separated from his body and in the care of a perverse cat spirit, Chiranosuke. As a spirit, Yuuta wanders around his residence, the Korai House, aiming to regain his body and observe the other residents: Meika Daihatsu, a genius inventor; Mikatan Narugino, a cheerful idol; Ito Hikiotani, a shut-in NEET; and Rabura Chichibu, a spiritual medium. After catching a glimpse of Narugino's undergarments, Chiranosuke reveals to Yuuta that he becomes exponentially stronger upon seeing panties. However, if he sees another pair while he is still a spirit, his power will cause an asteroid to crash into the earth, ending the world and killing his friends. Punch Line follows Yuuta as he unravels the mysteries surrounding Korai House, its residents, and a villainous organization attempting to end the world. Will Yuuta be able to save everyone, or will the ever-present threat of panties result in their doom? [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Fate/Grand Order: First Order

Fate/grand order -first order-.

Fate/Grand Order: First Order

In 2015, the Chaldea Security Organization draws on experts of both the magical and mundane fields to observe the future of mankind for possible extinction events. Humanity's survival seems assured for the next century—until the verdict suddenly changes, and now eradication of the species awaits at the end of 2016. The cause is unknown, but appears to be linked with the Japanese town of Fuyuki and the events of 2004 during the Fifth Holy Grail War. In response, Chaldea harnesses an experimental means of time travel, the Rayshift technology. With it, Ritsuka Fujimaru, a young man newly recruited to the organization, and the mysterious girl Mash Kyrielight, can travel back to 2004 and discover how to save humanity. A grand order to fight fate has been declared—an order to change the past and restore the future. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Tokyo Revengers: Tenjiku-hen

Tokyo revengers: tenjiku arc.

Tokyo Revengers: Tenjiku-hen

After succeeding in their winter conflict against Taiju Shiba and his Black Dragons, the Tokyo Manji Gang absorbs their group's remaining members. Due to his heroic courage and indomitable spirit, Takemichi Hanagaki should have accomplished his goal of defeating the tragic fate awaiting his girlfriend, Hinata Tachibana. In reality, Takemichi's troubles are far from over. Although Takemichi's actions have exposed Tetta Kisaki's treachery, the conniving schemer has found power elsewhere: Tenjiku, a dangerous gang led by the enigmatic Izana Kurokawa. Izana sets his sights on Manjirou "Mikey" Sano, pursuing a vicious interest in the Tokyo Manji Gang's aloof leader. In the future, Takemichi discovers that the machinations of Izana and Kisaki led to Mikey's moral ruin—a downfall that directly results in Hinata's death. Unfortunately, a terrible loss robs Takemichi of his time-leaping ability, stranding him in the past with one final chance to rescue everyone he loves. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Kamisama Hajimemashita: Kako-hen

Kamisama Hajimemashita: Kako-hen

While playing in the snow one day at her shrine, the land god Nanami Momozono witnesses her familiar—the fox youkai Tomoe—collapse, with dark markings appearing on his body. Tomoe's former master, Lord Mikage, appears after his long absence and places Tomoe into a magical pocket mirror in order to stave off his ailment. Mikage explains that long ago, before he and Tomoe had met, the fox youkai was in love with a human woman. Seeking to live as a human with his beloved, he made a deal with a fallen god, but he only ended up cursed and dying. When Mikage discovered Tomoe, the god made the youkai forget his human love as a quick solution. However, something has changed recently to reactivate the curse; Tomoe has fallen in love with his new human master, Nanami. Since there is no way to stop the curse, Nanami wants to stop Tomoe from getting cursed in the first place by traveling back through time, even if it means they may never meet. As Nanami travels back hundreds of years to save her precious familiar, she discovers that she is far more closely bonded to Tomoe than she previously thought. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu 3rd Season

Re:zero -starting life in another world- season 3.

Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu 3rd Season

Third season of Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu

Loop 7-kaime no Akuyaku Reijou wa, Moto Tekikoku de Jiyuu Kimama na Hanayome Seikatsu wo Mankitsu suru

7th time loop: the villainess enjoys a carefree life married to her worst enemy.

Loop 7-kaime no Akuyaku Reijou wa, Moto Tekikoku de Jiyuu Kimama na Hanayome Seikatsu wo Mankitsu suru

Rishe Irmgard Weitzner finds herself in a familiar situation: her fiancé is publicly breaking off their engagement, and her ducal family is about to disown her in shame. However, Rishe is not distraught; she has already had six chances to rebuild her life and chase a different passion each time. But she would always get swept up in a war and die, so now she wishes for her seventh reincarnation to be easygoing and uneventful. What Rishe does not take into account is the presence of Arnold Hein, the crown prince of the Galkhein Kingdom. He is destined to usurp the throne and become a tyrant who starts a large-scale invasion of neighboring countries. To make their encounter worse, Arnold is the one who killed Rishe in her previous life. That is why it is all the more shocking when he proposes to Rishe on the spot. In pursuit of her desired life, Rishe must consider accepting Arnold's proposal and discover the reasons behind his brutal actions to stop the war from ever happening. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Sakurada Reset

Sagrada reset.

Sakurada Reset

Kei Asai lives in the oceanside city of Sakurada—a town where the inhabitants are born with strange abilities. On the school rooftop one day, he meets Misora Haruki, an apathetic girl with the power to reset anything around her up to three days prior. While no one knows when she has reset, not even Haruki, Kei can retain everything before the reset thanks to his own ability: photographic memory. After they successfully help someone by combining their powers, they join the Service Club to aid others in their town. However, their club becomes involved with and begins completing missions for the mysterious Administration Bureau—an organization that focuses on managing the abilities in Sakurada and manipulating the town's events for their own ends. They may find out that there are more things at work in Sakurada than the machinations of the uncanny organization. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Mirai no Mirai

Mirai no Mirai

In a quiet corner of the city, four-year-old Kun Oota has lived a spoiled life as an only child with his parents and the family dog, Yukko. But when his new baby sister Mirai is brought home, his simple life is thrown upside-down; suddenly, it isn't all about him anymore. Despite his tantrums and nagging, Mirai is seemingly now the subject of all his parents' love. To help him adapt to this drastic change, Kun is taken on an extraordinary journey through time, meeting his family's past, present, and future selves, as he learns not only what it means to be a part of a family, but also what it means to be an older brother. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Orange: Mirai

Orange: Mirai

Twenty-six-year-old Hiroto Suwa; his wife, Naho; and their old high school classmates—Takako Chino, Azusa Murasaka, and Saku Hagita—visit Mt. Koubou to view the cherry blossoms together. While watching the setting sun, they reminisce about Kakeru Naruse, their friend who died 10 years ago. Mourning for him, they decide to visit Kakeru's old home, where they learn the secret of his death from his grandmother. Filled with regret, Suwa and his friends decide to write letters to their 16-year-old past selves to set their hearts at rest. With the knowledge contained in the letter from his future self, 16-year-old Suwa has the chance to rewrite the future. What choices will he make? What will happen in this new future? [Written by MAL Rewrite]


On a remote island far from the mainland named Urashima, a man washes ashore, with no recollection of his name or homeland. What he does recall, however, is that he is a time traveler with a mission: to save a certain girl from harm. As nightfall arrives, he meets Rinne Ohara, a girl who sings a tune that reminds him of a specific name—Setsuna—and decides to use it as his own. Knowing another "Setsuna" herself, Rinne takes him to her household as a servant, hoping that he is the same one she remembers. On the other hand, Setsuna continues to learn more about Urashima, desiring to identify his lost past. He comes to know about the island's folklore, its three great families, and the endemic disease that prevents anyone afflicted from stepping out into the daylight. As the mysteries of his missing memories and Urashima itself unfold, Setsuna must remember his purpose and fulfill his mission as soon as possible. But, as he witnesses the myriad of troubles plaguing the island, Setsuna begins to question—is his temporal displacement merely an effort to change a single girl's fate? [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Hanyou no Yashahime: Sengoku Otogizoushi

Yashahime: princess half-demon.

Hanyou no Yashahime: Sengoku Otogizoushi

Half-demon twins Towa and Setsuna were always together, living happily in Feudal Japan. But their joyous days come to an end when a forest fire separates them and Towa is thrown through a portal to modern-day Japan. There, she is found by Souta Higurashi, who raises her as his daughter after Towa finds herself unable to return to her time. Ten years later, 14-year-old Towa is a relatively well-adjusted student, despite the fact that she often gets into fights. However, unexpected trouble arrives on her doorstep in the form of three visitors from Feudal Japan; Moroha, a bounty hunter; Setsuna, a demon slayer and Towa's long-lost twin sister; and Mistress Three-Eyes, a demon seeking a mystical object. Working together, the girls defeat their foe, but in the process, Towa discovers to her horror that Setsuna has no memory of her at all. Hanyou no Yashahime: Sengoku Otogizoushi follows the three girls as they endeavor to remedy Setsuna's memory loss, as well as discover the truth about their linked destinies. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Kikansha no Mahou wa Tokubetsu desu

A returner's magic should be special.

Kikansha no Mahou wa Tokubetsu desu

After a decade spent fighting monsters in the Shadow Labyrinth—a growing dark cloud of magic that threatens to engulf the world and destroy all life—mage Desir Herrman and his five companions finally face their last foe: the dragon of destruction Boromir Napolitan. Although the group of heroes manages to slay this formidable opponent, the tremendous amount of mana stored within the dragon's body is released in an unstoppable explosion that annihilates the rest of the world. However, instead of dying, Desir is sent back 10 years into the past with complete memories of events to come. He enrolls at Hebrion Academy, determined to put an end to the classist prejudice plaguing the magical world that will ultimately lead to the demise of humanity. Unfortunately, his struggle begins early on during the entrance exams; although he is ranked first of his group, Desir is assigned to the Beta Class, the default class for commoners. Now, Desir's next objective is to rally someone to his cause that he could not save in his previous life: the wind mage Romantica Eru. Then, Desir will have to show his worth to the Alpha Class with his newly formed party if he wants to ultimately save as many lives as possible. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Sora no Aosa wo Shiru Hito yo

Her blue sky.

Sora no Aosa wo Shiru Hito yo

High school student Aoi Aioi lives with her elder sister, Akane, after a tragic accident took their parents away 13 years ago. Because Akane has since been taking care of her single-handedly, Aoi wants to move to Tokyo after her graduation to relieve her sister's burden and pursue a musical career, inspired by Akane's ex-boyfriend Shinnosuke "Shinno" Kanamuro. Shinno was part of a band until he left for Tokyo to become a professional guitarist after the sisters' parents passed away, and he was never to be seen again. One afternoon, while Aoi practices her bass in a guest house, she gets startled by the 18-year-old version of Shinno from 13 years ago! As if by coincidence, the current 31-year-old Shinno also returns to the town, but he has changed drastically. There are now two Shinno's in existence, but why is the Shinno from the past present? Sora no Aosa wo Shiru Hito yo revolves around these four individuals as they confront their inner feelings toward each other and make decisions that will affect their lives from here on out. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Shiguang Dailiren II

Link click season 2.

Shiguang Dailiren II

The attempt to capture the mysterious perpetrator who possesses people ends tragically: Lu Guang is rushed to the hospital in a critical state, while Cheng Xiaoshi is arrested for the alleged crime. In light of recent events, the father of Liu Min unleashes his skilled, ruthless lawyer—Qian Jin—after Police Chief Li Xiao, who is spearheading the investigation related to the photo studio owned by Qiao Ling. It appears that no one is safe from the unpredictable and fatal attacks of the adversary who painstakingly hides their identity. As he tries to learn from his past mistakes, Cheng Xiaoshi must act swiftly and decisively to put an end to this devastating trail of death. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

InuYasha Movie 2: Kagami no Naka no Mugenjou

Inuyasha the movie 2: the castle beyond the looking glass.

InuYasha Movie 2: Kagami no Naka no Mugenjou

Fortune smiles on Inuyasha and his allies when they finally defeat their nemesis Naraku, who has caused them unrelenting hardships. Overjoyed by the long-awaited victory, they all hurry to resume their former lives, unaware that danger still lurks around. Kanna and Kagura, two of Naraku's subordinates, make arrangements to set free a sealed demonic entity that claims to be Kaguya, the legendary Princess of the Heavens. Although preoccupied with their own endeavors, Inuyasha's group members reunite by a string of unusual coincidences involving Kanna and Kagura along with an inexplicable phenomenon of repeated full-moon nights. Upon realizing that Kaguya is behind the troubling events and that she holds a terrible power, they join forces once more to stop the disastrous fate she has planned for the world. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin

Occult academy.

Seikimatsu Occult Gakuin

The story revolves around Maya, the daughter of the former Headmaster of Waldstein Academy, and a time traveling agent Fumiaki Uchida. In the year 2012, the world had been invaded by aliens and time travelers were sent back to the year 1999 in order to find and destroy the Nostradamus Key, which Nostradamus Prophecy foretold as what would bring about the apocalypse. The series then turns to the year 1999, where Maya returns to the Academy with the intention of destroying the Academy by superseding her late father's position as the principal. Her plan was interrupted when she meets Fumiaki and learns of the forthcoming destruction. Despite being distrusting towards Fumiaki, they form a pact to look for the Nostradamus Key. In order to find the Nostradamus Key, time agents were provided with specially created cell phones. When a user finds an object of interest, by thinking of destroying it and taking a photo, and if the resulting image is that of a peaceful world, then the subject is the Nostradamus Key. Conversely, if the subject is not the Nostradamus Key, then the photo displays destruction. By using the phone, Maya and Fumiaki investigates occult occurrences as they occur in the town. (Source: Wikipedia)

InuYasha Movie 1: Toki wo Koeru Omoi

Inuyasha the movie: affections touching across time.

InuYasha Movie 1: Toki wo Koeru Omoi

During their quest in the feudal era to recover the shards of the miraculous Shikon Jewel, Inuyasha, Kagome Higurashi, and their friends become the target of Menoumaru Hyouga—a demon awakened by one of the Shikon fragments, now in pursuit of Inuyasha's heirloom sword Tessaiga. Following a clash between the fathers of Inuyasha and Menoumaru, the weapon is the only means to restore Menoumaru his rightful family heritage. However, upon ambushing Inuyasha, Menoumaru discovers that Tessaiga's owner alone can wield it. Determined to achieve his objective regardless, he kidnaps Kagome to force Inuyasha to use his blade and release the sealed powers of the Hyouga clan. With their dependable companions' assistance, Inuyasha and Kagome oppose Menoumaru, unaware that his sinister intentions and alarming potential will endanger not only their world but also its distant future. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

InuYasha Movie 3: Tenka Hadou no Ken

Inuyasha the movie 3: swords of an honorable ruler.

InuYasha Movie 3: Tenka Hadou no Ken

Following Inu no Taishou's death, his swords Tenseiga and Tessaiga were passed on to his sons, Sesshoumaru and Inuyasha respectively. However, there exists one more blade. During a visit to his friend Kagome Higurashi in modern times, Inuyasha encounters Sounga—his father's third sword. Found by one of Kagome's ancestors inside the old well that connects the past to the future, Sounga has been kept for years as a treasured artifact at the Higurashi shrine. Nevertheless, it soon reveals itself to harbor an evil spirit with a terrible urge to kill. While struggling to subdue its calamitous nature, Inuyasha manages to bring Sounga back to the feudal era where he must confront his brother Sesshoumaru, who has always desired to possess it. But when they lose track of the sword during their fight, the siblings engage in a fervent competition to find it, still unaware of its secret and the legacy that Inu no Taishou has left for them. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

InuYasha Movie 4: Guren no Houraijima

Inuyasha the movie 4: fire on the mystic island.

InuYasha Movie 4: Guren no Houraijima

Hourai is a mysterious island that appears for a limited period once every 50 years. Some say that the isle holds the secret of eternal youth; others believe that it brings disaster to their land. When Inuyasha's group saves a half-demon child from being hunted by a monstrous creature, they learn that her name is Ai and that she fled from Hourai. Surprisingly, the girl is an acquaintance of Inuyasha and begs him to rescue her friends, who are being held prisoner by vicious demons calling themselves the Four War Gods—an enemy Inuyasha remembers well. Upon reaching Hourai, Ai's guests are horrified to discover that only a handful of orphans still inhabit the island and are destined to become sacrifices to increase the Four War Gods' powers. Furthermore, the victims bear their oppressors' enchanted mark, which prevents them from escaping. Defeating the four demons remains Inuyasha's most viable option, but their superiority in strength will require daring initiatives achievable only by the group's combined teamwork. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete

In search of the lost future.

Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete

Kaori Sasaki—a member of Uchihama Academy's Astronomy Club—confesses to Sou Akiyama, but later that evening, she dies in a tragic road accident. Her friends and fellow club members mourn her death in a local hospital. Yet she shows up to school the following day, and no one senses anything amiss. The day finishes without any unusual incidents, and the group of friends plans for the upcoming cultural festival. Suddenly, the room is shaken by an unnatural earthquake. Everyone splits up to investigate—except for Nagisa Hanamiya, who stays behind. As everyone leaves, Nagisa notices that the odd relic-like cube that she was toying with starts emitting a strange blue light. Meanwhile, Sou stumbles upon an unconscious, naked girl lying in a pool of water. Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete follows the Astronomy Club's increasingly bizarre adventures—from dealing with ghosts to quelling unrests between student clubs. All the while, they unravel the circumstances behind the sudden appearance of a new transfer student. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Noein: Mou Hitori no Kimi e

Noein: to your other self.

Noein: Mou Hitori no Kimi e

During their last summer of elementary school, four friends decide to undertake a test of courage at their local graveyard. Before the test begins, Haruka Kaminogi makes a last effort to pull Yuu Gotou away from his controlling mother. While doing so, Haruka suddenly has a strange vision of blue snow followed by the appearance of an imposing silver-haired man. Later, a similar vision occurs at the graveyard to both Haruka and her friends before they try to escape what they assume are ghosts. Unbeknownst to the children, the people who appeared before them are Dragon Soldiers: an elite military group from a dimension known as La'cryma. The soldiers have traveled to this dimension to secure the "Dragon Torque"—an entity they believe to be their last hope for survival. However, both the Dragon Soldiers and Haruka are shocked to learn that the Dragon Torque is Haruka herself. She attempts to escape from the Dragon Soldiers as she finds her own last ray of hope—the strange silver-haired man who claims to be another version of Yuu himself. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Buddy Complex

Buddy Complex

When ordinary high school student Aoba Watase is suddenly targeted by a giant robot known as a "Valiancer," he is saved by his mysterious classmate Hina Yumihara. After revealing that she and their robotic enemy are from the future, Hina suddenly propels Aoba 70 years forward in order to prevent his death. Upon arrival, Aoba finds himself in the cockpit of a Valiancer called "Luxon," stuck in the midst of a firefight between the military forces of the Free Pact Alliance (FPA) and Zogilia Republic. After he shows high compatibility with an FPA pilot named Dio Weinberg, the two perform a successful "coupling," allowing them to share experiences and subsequently increase their capabilities and skills. Although Aoba is able to survive this unexpected battle, he is taken into custody by the FPA ship Cygnus, who wishes to interrogate him. While the student's main concern is whether he will ever be able to return home, what he doesn't realize is that he is about to get caught up in a war to protect the world. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Nobunaga-sensei no Osanazuma

Nobunaga teacher's young bride.

Nobunaga-sensei no Osanazuma

"One day, a girl who loves me will suddenly appear before me"—Middle school teacher Nobunaga has always been dreaming of such a gal game-like situation. However, the one who appeared before him was Kichou, a 14-year-old girl who proclaims herself as his wife. Appearing to have arrived from the Sengoku era, she mistakes Nobunaga as Nobunaga Oda and urges him to conceive a child with her. Thus begins the age-difference love comedy between a gal game-loving teacher and a Sengoku era expert princess. (Source: MAL News)

Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari: Dantoudai kara Hajimaru, Hime no Tensei Gyakuten Story

Tearmoon empire.

Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari: Dantoudai kara Hajimaru, Hime no Tensei Gyakuten Story

Due to poor finances, an epidemic, and famine, the once prosperous Tearmoon Empire ultimately falls to a revolution instigated by its citizens and supported by neighboring nations. The rebellion also brings dire consequences for Mia Luna Tearmoon, the empire's extremely spoiled princess, who endures three years in the dungeons before facing execution. By some miracle, Mia finds herself reincarnated as her 12-year-old self, retaining full memories of everything that had transpired. With the pain of the guillotine blade freshly imprinted on her neck, Mia is determined to use this second chance at life to avoid the grim fate that awaits her. She utilizes all her knowledge to improve the state of the kingdom and gather personal allies, inadvertently winning over the people's hearts and becoming beloved as a saint. [Written by MAL Rewrite]


"This is a prophecy for you, where five people will meet huge adversaries, and only you can protect everyone." Daisuke Dojima is a second-year high school student who was abducted when he was young. He was involved in a special phenomenon—Shibuya Drift—with his childhood friends Gai, Lu, Marimari, and Keisaku. They were transferred to the center of Shibuya over 300 years into the future. What's waiting for them is endless wilderness and forest, Interspersed ruin, future citizens, and "Revisions" which are huge mechanical monsters. Trampled by the monsters without understanding the situation, a girl who has the same name as the person who saved Daisuke when he was abducted, Milo, provided a mobile suit "String Puppet" and told them to save Shibuya. With separated paths, adversaries, destined prophecies, the boys, and girls are on their journey to return to their original time. (Source: MAL News)

Inazuma Eleven Go: Chrono Stone

Inazuma Eleven Go: Chrono Stone

Inazuma Eleven Go: Chrono Stone is set after the Holy Road Soccer Tournament. The hero of of the moment, Tenma Matsukaze, traveled all over Japan to teach soccer to kids. He returns to Raimon Junior High School after completing his mission, but to his surprise, it's no longer the same Raimon Junior High that he remembers. The soccer club is non-existent, and the members of the champion team in the Holy Road Soccer Tournament have no recollection of taking part in the tournament. They neither remember Tenma nor the game of soccer they loved. As Tenma is baffled by this twist, Alpha, the leader of the Route Agents and captain of Protocol Omega team, suddenly appears before him. Alpha declares that he and his team are responsible for wiping out passion for soccer in Raimon along with the memories of the soccer club members: and Tenma himself is next. That's when a strange boy named Fei Rune appears just in time to save him. Just who is Fei, and why does Alpha want to eliminate soccer for good? Tenma knows that he needs to do everything in his power to emerge victorious. It's a battle that could seal the fate of soccer forever.

Nobunaga Concerto

Nobunaga Concerto

"Who cares about what happened in Japan's past? It has nothing to do with my life." With these words, carefree high school student Saburou finds himself unceremoniously thrown back in time to the Sengoku Era, landing directly in front of the legendary general Nobunaga Oda. Nobunaga, on the run from his retainers and wishing to rest due to his frailty, beseeches Saburou to take his place, as the two bear an uncanny resemblance. Although Saburou is still confused by his surroundings, Nobunaga hurriedly provides the boy with the necessary items to prove that he is the bona fide feudal lord and makes a hasty getaway. Now a stand-in for someone he doesn't even know all that much about—though his modern experiences and knowledge are sure to help him—Saburou begins his unexpected quest to pose as the man who attempted to unite all of Japan. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Ninja Batman

Batman ninja.

Ninja Batman

At Arkham Asylum, Batman clashes with Gorilla Grodd while trying to destroy Grodd's newest invention: the Quake Engine. Amidst the chaos, the engine activates, and the entire asylum suddenly vanishes into thin air—Batman along with it. Once the dust settles, Batman finds himself standing in the middle of an unfamiliar road. He soon realizes that he is no longer in Gotham City—but instead in Feudal Japan! The amazement quickly fades as samurai descend upon him, seeking to take his life. Later on, Batman's investigation leads him to discover that the one responsible for the kill order is none other than his archnemesis, the Joker. Following an encounter with Catwoman, he learns that the asylum's criminals had teleported there two years earlier—each ruling over a piece of Japan with Joker being the dominant warlord. In order to return home, Batman must reactivate the Quake Engine, situated in the remnants of the asylum, now known as Arkham Castle. However, there is one problem: aside from his gadget belt, the arsenal that was once at his fingertips is all but gone. Ninja Batman follows the Dark Knight as he traverses a strange new environment, facing off against familiar foes in a bid to return to Gotham in one piece. [Written by MAL Rewrite]


Tokidoki Rikugou is a history-hating student who flunks out of his Japanese History course; his high school forces him to make up for his failed grade by attending a special museum lecture. Its star exhibit, a vast recreation of the Edo Period, promises to alleviate the delinquent student's poor grades with an elaborate simulation of the Tokugawa Shogunate: the Edo Bakumatsu Walking Tour and Exhibition. Knowing next to nothing about samurai culture or the times he's walked into, he is quickly surprised to learn of the superstitious nature of Japan during the 1600s. Quickly dismissing the existence of gods and demons, he is shocked when confronted by a demon on a bridge, who attacks the unsuspecting high-schooler. Saved by a mysterious swordsman named Kuchiha, he discovers that he can no longer escape the simulation at the history museum. Meeting another swordsman named Kon Shinonome, he discovers another contemporary that was trapped in the simulation before him. Quickly adjusting to his new home, Tokidoki must now help protect the village from demons, while uncovering the mystery of both the simulation and the company that created it. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Meiji Tokyo Renka

Meiji Tokyo Renka

Mei Ayazuki is just your ordinary, everyday high-school girl. That is until one night, when the moon is full and red, she’s transported through time to the Meiji Period by Charlie, a self-proclaimed magician. She ends up in a strange, Meiji-era ‘Tokyo’ where the existence of ghosts is accepted. Led by Charlie, she finally arrives at the Rokumeikan. There, waiting for her to arrive, are the historical figures Ougai Mori, Shunsou Hishida, Otojirou Kawakami, Kyouka Izumi, Gorou Fujita, Yakumo Koizumi, and Tousuke Iwasaki. Whilst interacting with these men, she discovers she is a Tamayori - someone who can see ghosts - a skill that is highly valued in the Meiji Period. Due to these powers, her relationship with the men begins to change… As she gets to know these handsome men in a new era she just can’t get used to, a love begins to grow within her. Will Mei be able to return to her time? What will become of her love - a love that crosses the boundaries of time and space? (Source: Honey's Anime)

Natsu no Arashi!

Summer storm.

Natsu no Arashi!

In modern-day Japan, 13-year-old Hajime Yasaka moves to the countryside to stay with his grandfather. On the way to his new home, a lost Hajime finds himself in a cafe called Ark, where he immediately falls in love with one of the waitresses: the gorgeous Sayoko "Arashi" Arashiyama. While Arashi is initially unconcerned with the boy, her attitude quickly changes after she grasps Hajime's hand, leading her to believe they are "connected." As it turns out, Arashi is anything but a regular teenager—in reality, she is the ghost of a girl who perished in World War II. By touching a man she connects with, she gains the ability to travel back in time. Delighted to have found someone who can unlock her powers, Arashi asks Hajime to help with her mission: to save civilians from the carnage of the war that claimed her life. Smitten with Arashi, Hajime readily agrees. But as the two get further involved with Arashi's past, they soon discover that she is not the only one able to transcend time. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

16bit Sensation: Another Layer

16bit Sensation: Another Layer

Konoha Akisato's love for bishoujo games—a type of entertainment focused on interactions with beautiful girls—has always nurtured her aspiration of becoming a popular artist. However, as Konoha secures her first job as a sub-illustrator at the game company Blue Bell, she confronts the harsh reality surrounding her favorite genre. In 2023, the bishoujo game industry is overrun with cheap, repetitive, and low-effort releases, with Blue Bell at the core of the problem. After stumbling upon a vintage game store and reminiscing about the impressive titles of the past, Konoha suddenly winds up in the year 1992—just as the bishoujo game industry was beginning to flourish. Konoha struggles to accept her new circumstances until she joins Alcohol Soft, a small game company willing to employ her as an illustrator. Although she believes her skills from the future will propel her to success, technology and illustration are considerably old-school, and she must promptly adapt if she wishes to fulfill her dreams. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Yu☆Gi☆Oh! Movie: Chou Yuugou! Toki wo Koeta Kizuna

Yu-gi-oh 3d: bonds beyond time.

Yu☆Gi☆Oh! Movie: Chou Yuugou! Toki wo Koeta Kizuna

While riding with Jack Atlas and Crow Hogan, Yuusei Fudou's Stardust Dragon is captured by Paradox, a mysterious Turbo Duelist from the future, during a Turbo Duel and turned into a Sin Monster. With the help of the Crimson Dragon, Yuusei chases after Paradox as he enters a time slip, ending up in the past. During this time, Paradox duels against Jaden Yuki, who is still able to use the powers of Yubel and The Supreme King. However, by this time Paradox had also captured Cyber End Dragon and Rainbow Dragon and overwhelms Jaden. He is saved thanks to Yuusei and the Crimson Dragon. Jaden informs Yuusei of Paradox's true intentions. By stealing various monsters from across time and turning them dark, he plans to kill Maximillion Pegasus, the creator of Duel Monsters, preventing the game from being created and causing the events of all three series to never happen. Yuusei and Jaden agree to pursue Paradox, which leads them to the past and causes a meeting with the King of Games, Yuugi Mutou. However, by the time Yuusei and Jaden arrive, Paradox had already attacked his time, supposedly killing both Pegasus and Yuugi's grandpa, and had also managed to steal Blue-Eyes White Dragon and Red-Eyes Black Dragon. After explaining everything to Yuugi, he agrees to fight with Yuusei and Jaden against Paradox in the ultimate three-on-one duel to free the trapped monsters and save both the world and time itself before it's too late. (Source: Wikipedia)

Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox

Battle girls: time paradox.

Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox

Yoshino Hide is an average girl who always seems to find trouble wherever she goes. One day Yoshino visits a local shrine to pray in order to pass her upcoming test. However, Yoshino sees a blue light coming from inside the Shrine and looks inside to find a mysterious person performing a magic spell. In a stroke of bad luck, Yoshino trips on a small bell and crashes into the shrine, prompting the stranger to catch her. Upon Yoshino's capture, the magic spell spirals out of control and sends Yoshino back in time to the Sengoku Era. Yoshino then encounters Akechi Mitsuhide and Oda Nobunaga. But unlike what really happened during the era, Hideyoshino realizes that everyone in the world is female. She then decides to help Oda Nobunaga find the Crimson Armor which is said to allow the person wearing the armor to conquer all of Japan.


Karin, a DNA operator from the future, is on a mission to change the course of History by stopping Junta Momonari from becoming the Mega-Playboy who fathered 100 children and led to the overpopulation of the world. But Junta is no playboy; in fact he is allergic to girls. But when Karin shoots him with the wrong DNA-altering bullet, he starts sporadically becoming the Mega-Playboy capable of charming any woman. Karin must try to restore the situation to normal before the change to Mega-Playboy becomes irreversible. (Source: ANN)

Hanyou no Yashahime: Sengoku Otogizoushi - Ni no Shou

Yashahime: princess half-demon: the second act.

Hanyou no Yashahime: Sengoku Otogizoushi - Ni no Shou

Second season of Hanyou no Yashahime: Sengoku Otogizoushi.

Yojouhan Time Machine Blues

The tatami time machine blues.

Yojouhan Time Machine Blues

On a hot summer day in Kyoto, a young man walks toward his apartment, dreaming of turning on the air conditioner and cooling down. But before he can turn his dream into reality, disaster naturally strikes in the form of Ozu, who spills soda all over the remote. With the air conditioner rendered completely unusable, the man and his friends are left to suffer in the terrible August heat. Just when all hope seems lost, the group finds a true-to-life time machine in their storage room. Not knowing the dire consequences of doing so, they decide to travel back to the past and grab the remote before Ozu even has a chance to destroy it. What awaits them on the other side is a staggering adventure none of them are prepared for. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Shiguang Dailiren Fanwai Pian: Biwu Zhaoqin

Link click episode 5.5.

Shiguang Dailiren Fanwai Pian: Biwu Zhaoqin

At the Time Photo Studio, partners Lu Guang and Cheng Xiaoshi accept jobs of a peculiar nature. With the aid of their complementary abilities, they are able to leap into photographs—thereby entering the past. One such case involves Liu Siwen, whose only wish is to marry his one true love, Ou Yang. However, her martial arts master father is apprehensive of a suitor who is an outsider and refuses to give his permission unless Liu Siwen defeats him in an honest duel. After years of trying and failing miserably because of his less-than-impressive skills, Liu Siwen finds himself seeking the help of Lu Guang and Cheng Xiaoshi. The two hatch a plan to outwit Ou Yang's father, but what seems simple in theory is rarely as easy to execute in reality… [Written by MAL Rewrite]

InuYasha: Kuroi Tessaiga

InuYasha: Kuroi Tessaiga

Sesshoumaru has never approved of his half-demon younger brother Inuyasha inheriting their father's prized sword, Tessaiga, while he was left with the restorative Tenseiga blade. Upon learning that even Tenseiga's one destructive technique—which he himself perfected—was designed to be transferred to Tessaiga, Sesshoumaru grows even more bitter as he feels disowned in favor of an unworthy mongrel. Meanwhile, Inuyasha's archenemy Naraku unscrupulously takes advantage of Sesshoumaru's grievance to tempt him with a means of stealing Tessaiga's powers. Pitted against each other, the siblings cross blades in a fight that will decide whether Inuyasha will thwart Naraku's dirty scheme and earn Sesshoumaru's acknowledgment or die at the hands of his own flesh and blood. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Boku dake ga Inai Machi Recaps

Erased digest.

Boku dake ga Inai Machi Recaps

Recap episodes of Boku dake ga Inai Machi covering episodes 1 to 6 and episodes 7 to 11.

Thermae Romae

Thermae Romae

Lucius Modestus, an ancient Roman architect, finds himself job-hunting due to having trouble coming up with new ideas. As his demeanor and personality become dismal, his friends try taking him to a bathhouse for him to relax. Unable to unwind in the bustling and crowded bath, Lucius dips his head in the water. Down there, he finds a secret tunnel that transports him to a modern-day Japanese bathhouse, providing him the inspiration he needed to make a new creation. Loaded with what seems to be knowledge way ahead of his time, Lucius does his best to try and recreate his findings, usually inferior in quality due to his circumstances. However, the sheer ingenuity may be just enough to gain the attention of the citizens and regain his reputation as an architect. [Written by MAL Rewrite] Note: MAL considers this show to be three episodes and not five. See More Info for additional details.

Buddy Complex: Kanketsu-hen - Ano Sora ni Kaeru Mirai de

Buddy Complex: Kanketsu-hen - Ano Sora ni Kaeru Mirai de

The two part finale of Buddy Complex television series deals with the final battle between the Free Treaty Alliance and the space division of Zogiria, lead by an elderly Bizon, as Earth and time itself hang in the balance.

Meng Qi Shi Shen

Cinderella chef.

Meng Qi Shi Shen

Ye Jiayao is a young and talented cook who dreams of becoming a renowned chef one day. As luck would have it, she's magically transported back in time to Imperial China, and in the body of an extremely useless girl. Ye Jiayao is immediately kidnapped and held for ransom, but she manages to use her wits (and her sense of humor) to get whatever she wants. (Source: CBR)

Mujaki no Rakuen

Paradise of innocence.

Mujaki no Rakuen

Shouta Handa is a jobless 25 year old who is sick and tired of his boring life. One evening, at the class reunion, he gets to meet all of the cute girls that used to be his classmates. He soon discovers that they are all successful with interesting careers, and even more importantly—really beautiful now, with bigger curves. Unfortunately, it seems that they are all aware of his boring, unsuccessful life, so they mock him and call him a loser, just like in the old days. Everything changes when Shouta goes for a walk to have a smoke and accidentally falls into the school swimming pool. This triggers a supernatural phenomenon that takes him back ten years into the past. He finds himself in the same swimming pool during swimming class, surrounded by his female classmates in bikinis. How is Shouta going to deal with their cuteness and closeness now that he is a grown man in a boy's body?

Thermae Romae Novae

Thermae Romae Novae

Lucius Modestus, an ancient Roman architect, finds himself job-hunting due to having trouble coming up with new ideas. As his demeanor and personality become dismal, his friends try taking him to a bathhouse for him to relax. Unable to unwind in the bustling and crowded bath, Lucius dips his head in the water. Down there, he finds a secret tunnel that transports him to a modern-day Japanese bathhouse, providing him the inspiration he needed to make a new creation. Loaded with what seems to be knowledge way ahead of his time, Lucius does his best to try and recreate his findings, usually inferior in quality due to his circumstances. However, the sheer ingenuity may be just enough to gain the attention of the citizens and regain his reputation as an architect. [Written by MAL Rewrite]


Beautiful sisters Ai, Mai, Mii, their android maid Mea and slippery pet ferret Unagi make an amazing journey together through time and space without ever leaving their beloved mansion behind! Following the clues of the strange dandelion-like "Popotan," the girls are theoretically seeking the person who has the answers to their most personal questions, but they seem to have more than enough time to take side trips, meet new friends, visit hot springs and occasionally operate the X-mas shop they keep in the house along the way! Yet, the girls' ultimate destiny holds more than a few surprises of its own, and not every moment is filled with hilarity, as moving through time means having to leave friends behind as well. (Source: RightStuf)

Stand By Me Doraemon 2

Stand By Me Doraemon 2

After reminiscing about his late grandmother, Nobita Nobi wishes to see her again and asks Doraemon to return them to the past. Following the wholesome reunion of the two, Nobita's grandmother confesses that she hopes to meet his future bride. Nobita accepts her request out of filial love and quickly scrambles into the time machine as he and Doraemon journey forward in time. However, when the duo warps to Nobita's wedding day, they discover that the future Nobita is missing from the ceremony! Determined to set things right, Doraemon and Nobita embark on a mission to search for Nobita's future self and encourage him to discover the happiness he deserves. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Butlers: Chitose Momotose Monogatari

Butlers x battlers.

Butlers: Chitose Momotose Monogatari

Butlers: They are guardians that hold a thousand-year history and a certain fate. Jay lived in peace with his little sister Tenna and a fellow Butler named Hayakawa. However, those peaceful days came to a sudden end. Tenna was swallowed up into the void and Jay was sent a hundred years into the future. Jay finds there is now an academy called Koyomi Academy standing in the place where his mansion once stood. Jay took up the name Jinguji Koma and became the student council president of the school as he looks for clues about the past. Jay will eventually find out the truth behind this world. (Source: Crunchyroll)


The Bakumatsu was an era in which the souls of young men burned with anxiety for their country's future. Takasugi Shinsaku, a soldier of fortune from Choshu, sneaks aboard a government ship with his comrade Katsura Kogorou in search of a mysterious "timepiece" with the power to manipulate time that he fears the government wishes to keep for themselves. Rather than allow such power to fall into the wrong hands, Takasugi plans to destroy the artifact, but having obtained it, the artifact is quickly stolen, forcing the pair to follow the mysterious thief to the seat of government in Kyoto. However, when they arrive in the capital, they discover that the government has been overthrown and the deity Susanoo now reigns in its place. The streets of the city and the people in them are much different than Takasugi and Katsura remembered. The times may have changed but their mission hasn't - Takasugi and Katsura resolve to reset time and save their nation from the nefarious forces trying to hijack it. (Source: Tokyo Otaku Mode)

Kikansha no Mahou wa Tokubetsu desu 2nd Season

A returner's magic should be special season 2.

Kikansha no Mahou wa Tokubetsu desu 2nd Season

Second season of Kikansha no Mahou wa Tokubetsu desu.


A Ripple in Time Turns the Crucial Tide of WWII. Scheduled for routine military exercises, Commander Kadomatsu and the crew of Japan's newest and most modern Battlecruiser, The Mirai, are ready to test out the ship's state-of-the-art Aegis System. Instead, they find themselves transported back to June 4th, 1942—date of the crucial Battle of Midway, where the Japanese fleet was dealt a crippling blow. When an overzealous Kadomatsu rescues one of the battle's victims, Kusaka, from a sinking zero fighter, the Mirai's fate is sealed. The crew pledges not to do anything to alter the past further. However, they're now forced to fight a U.S. submarine in a battle that should never have occurred. Thus setting off a chain of events that may forever change the flow of history! (Source: Geneon Entertainment USA, edited)

Tokyo Revengers (Zoku-hen)

Tokyo Revengers (Zoku-hen)

Sequel to Tokyo Revengers: Tenjiku-hen.

Natsu no Arashi! Akinaichuu

Summer storm open for business.

Natsu no Arashi! Akinaichuu

The summer of a man's boyhood memories continue. Still on the cusp between childhood and being a man, he has linked with the ghost of a young woman from the World War 2 era. She, and the ghosts of other young ladies from that time, continue adventures alongside their linked partners, learning more about each other and travelling through time via their supernatural connection. While he struggles to see his crush on her come to fruition, meanwhile his friend—a girl his age, pretending to be a boy—seeks his attention as well. (Source: ANN)

Arata naru Sekai: World's/Start/Load/End

World's end.

Arata naru Sekai: World's/Start/Load/End

Four high school girls in uniforms walk silently on the barren earth. These girls are time travelers who had been sent 6000 years into the future, from their present in which the same day is endlessly repeated, in order to evade human extinction. They studied time travel in school, were examined by the aptitude test, and were sent to the future as told. What should they do now? They had no idea. The only thing they could take with them from the present was a light, toy-like cellphone. Of course, it receives no signal here. As the girls are walking, they see strange birds flying in the sky, and a discolored river in the distance. Then, one girl finds an abandoned house, and recognizes the name inscribed on the front gates.

Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song - To Make Everyone Happy With My Singing

Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song - To Make Everyone Happy With My Singing

Recap of all 13 episodes of Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song.

Time Travel Shoujo: Mari Waka to 8-nin no Kagakusha-tachi

Time travel girl.

Time Travel Shoujo: Mari Waka to 8-nin no Kagakusha-tachi

Time Travel Shoujo is based on a 1983 book titled Jishaku to Denki no Hatsumei Hakken Monogatari by Japanese educator Kiyonobu Itakura. It is part of the Hatsumei Hakken Monogatari Zenshuu series which describes the story of various scientific discoveries and inventions throughout history. The 1983 book focuses on discoveries related to magnetism and electricity.

Shiguang Dailiren: Yingdu Pian

Link click: bridon arc.

Shiguang Dailiren: Yingdu Pian

To save the deceased Cheng Xiaoshi, Lu Guang returns to the beginning, retracing the path of destiny. However, a photo containing clues about Cheng Xiaoshi's parents appears in the "Time Photo Studio." To uncover the truth, Lu Guang nervously travels to Bridon with Cheng Xiaoshi. Friendly top model Xia Fei, the eccentric leader of Chinatown, Vein, and the mysteriously appearing Liu Xiao... Faced with people harboring different motives, can Lu Guang break the fated deadlock? (Source: Crunchyroll)

Doraemon Movie 26: Nobita no Kyouryuu 2006

Doraemon the movie: nobita's dinosaur 2006.

Doraemon Movie 26: Nobita no Kyouryuu 2006

Nobita finds a fossilized dinosaur egg by accident, and with the help of Doraemon's tools, they hatched the egg and began raising the dinosaur. Knowing that they can't keep the dinosaur forever, Nobita was forced to send it back to prehistoric times where a group of hunters from the future threatens to endanger the dinosaurs. Determined to save the dinosaurs from the claws of the hunters, Doraemon and the gang returns to the past and sets out in a prehistoric adventure. (Source: ANN)

Legend of the Millennium Dragon


A 15-year-old boy travels back in time—over 1,200 years ago to the Heian period—and faces a war between oni (demons) and humans in the former Japanese capital of Kyoto.

Tsuyokute New Saga

Tsuyokute New Saga

After a fierce battle, Magic swordsman Kyle finally killed the Demon Lord after being seriously injured in the battle. Kyle on the verge of death approaches a relic which was in possession of the Demon Lord and it sends him to the past. After recovering from the initial shock, he decides to use this opportunity to avoid making the same mistakes of the past and become stronger. (Source: MU)


Junta's great granddaughter goes back in time in order to make Junta stay as the Mega-Playboy so she can continue to exist. Along with her comes an old man with the intention of making Junta stay as the Mega-Playboy forever for his own purposes.When Junta starts getting attacked, he has no choice but to return to being the Mega-Playboy in order to protect his loved ones.

Bokutachi no Remake Recap

Remake our life recap.

Bokutachi no Remake Recap

Recap of the first 6 episodes of Bokutachi no Remake.

Meiji Tokyo Renka Movie 1: Yumihari no Serenade

Meiji Tokyo Renka Movie 1: Yumihari no Serenade

On an evening lit by a crimson full moon, an ordinary high school girl named Mei Ayazuki meets a self-proclaimed magician named Charlie at a festival. Through Charlie's magic, she time-travels to the Meiji era in Tokyo, where she meets and falls in love with various great historical figures from that time period. (Source: ANN)

Bakumatsu Crisis

Bakumatsu Crisis

Yarinaoshi Reijou wa Ryuutei Heika wo Kouryakuchuu

The do-over damsel conquers the dragon emperor.

Yarinaoshi Reijou wa Ryuutei Heika wo Kouryakuchuu

Jill Savelle—fiancée of the crown prince Gerald de Kleitos and known as the "Lady Goddess of War"—is being hunted down by the same country she swore to protect. Betrayed by her betrothed, she is framed as a traitor and imprisoned. In her last moments, Jill is filled with regret, but just as death approaches, she awakens six years in the past. This time, she will not be a mere pawn. Now as a 10-year-old girl, Jill resolves to escape her imminent engagement to the prince. To this end, she jokingly professes her love to the 19-year-old dragon emperor Hades Theos Rave, who will one day stain the land in blood due to madness. But against all expectations, he accepts! In contrast to the tyrant from Jill's memories, the Hades of this time is a kind albeit unfortunate emperor. Can Jill prevent Hades from descending down the same dark, villainous road, or is he bound to an inevitable future? [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Jikuu Tantei Genshi-kun

Flint the time detective.

Jikuu Tantei Genshi-kun

It is the 25th century. The dark lord has 'infected' history with time-devices that could damage history beyond repair. Genshi and his father lived in the prehistorics when they got turned into fossiles. They are discovered and Genshi gets turned back to his original state. With the help of his father, a boy Tony and a girl Sara he has to travel trough time to bring the time-devices back to the land of time so history will be saved. (Source: ANN)

Generator Gawl

Generator Gawl

Ryo, Gawl and Koji are 3 young boys who travel back into the past with only 1 objective: change history. In their time they discover that their country, Kubere, uses genetically enhanced persons called generators as a military tool. These generators are the cause for the Third War which kills most of the human population. Now Koji, Ryo and Gawl are there to change all the events. (Source: ANN)

Oda Nobuna no Yabou Recap

Oda Nobuna no Yabou Recap

A summary episode of the whole series.

Shiguang Zhaoxiangguan de Richang

Link click: the daily life in lightime.

Shiguang Zhaoxiangguan de Richang

Chibi-styled episodes of daily life at the photo studio.

Doraemon Movie 01: Nobita no Kyouryuu

Doraemon the movie: nobita's dinosaur.

Doraemon Movie 01: Nobita no Kyouryuu

Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete: Ushinawareta Natsuyasumi wo Motomete

Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete: Ushinawareta Natsuyasumi wo Motomete

Upon regaining her senses, Yui Furukawa discovers that the current day is July 13—a starting point that she has never experienced prior. However, despite the unfamiliar circumstances, she resolves to spend her summer vacation with the other members of the Astronomy Club at Nagisa Hanamiya's family villa. The house and its surrounding area have a rich history; a renowned scientist, Nagisa's great-grandmother researched and developed technology at the nearby military manufacturing plant. While the Astronomy Club is having fun at the beach, a sudden storm stops their plans short. Left with no other choice, the group takes shelter at the abandoned factory, eventually leading them to explore a hidden underground bunker. What they encounter there may reveal an unprecedented connection to a lost future. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Natsu-iro no Sunadokei

Sandglass of summer colors.

Natsu-iro no Sunadokei

Makimura Koutarou has made up his mind: during the summer vacation, he is going to confess his love to the seemingly unapproachable Serizawa Kaho. Yet, on the night before, he has a run-in with a strange girl - an encounter which propels him into the future. There, he learns that not only has Kaho-chan become his girlfriend, but she has also died in a tragic accident. Returning to his own time, Koutarou sets out to change the future and save his love. (Source: ANN)

Kono Yo no Hate de Koi wo Utau Shoujo YU-NO: Mugen no Heiretsu Sekai

Kono Yo no Hate de Koi wo Utau Shoujo YU-NO: Mugen no Heiretsu Sekai

Unaired episode included with the third Blu-ray volume.

Tsuki wa Higashi ni Hi wa Nishi ni: Operation Sanctuary

Tsuki wa Higashi ni Hi wa Nishi ni: Operation Sanctuary

Naoki Kuzumi, a junior in high school, had lost his parents in an accident five years ago, and is living with his aunt, uncle, and cousin Matsuri. He always thought his life was ordinary, besides the fact that he can't remember what happened in his youth. One sunny day as he is taking a nap on a bench, a redheaded girl -- Mikoto -- literally falls on him from the sky. For some reason, she thinks he's her younger brother. Naoki's time period is a temporal shelter for those in the future, when many are suffering from an incurable disease. When she heard her younger brother Yuusuke had been taken to Naoki's time, Mikoto herself had gone back in time. (Source: ANN)

Meng Qi Shi Shen: Zaijie Liangyuan

Cinderella chef: adorable food goddess.

Meng Qi Shi Shen: Zaijie Liangyuan

Ye Jiayao is a modern-day celebrity chef who loves traditional Chinese recipes and often experiments with them. However, when a food experiment goes wrong, she travels back in time to the ancient times, where she becomes the daughter of a magistrate with the name Ye Jin Xuan. When she wakes up she is suddenly kidnapped to Hei Fang Camp where she meets the leader of the bandits, Xia Chun Yu, the young master of the Jing An Marquis manor, who is actually an undercover agent for the king. He had infiltrated the Black Wind Fortress bandits to investigate a plot to overthrow the king. The two then get engaged in a fake marriage. Ye Jia Yao starts to win over hearts, including Xia Chun Yu's, with her superb cooking skills and modern street smarts. (Source: Wikipedia)

Nijiiro Hotaru: Eien no Natsuyasumi

Rainbow fireflies.

Nijiiro Hotaru: Eien no Natsuyasumi

Yuuta was 12-year-old boy, who had lost his father in the traffic accident one year ago. In the summer vacation, he visited a deserted dam deep in the mountains, where he had a good time with his father before. Suddenly a thunder storm occurred and he slipped on the ground. He lost consciousness and woke up to find a girl and an unfamiliar village. He time-traveled 30 years and reached a village, which sank at the bottom of the dam. This is Yuuta's precious memory of "another" summer vacation.

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Through characters who go to real sightseeing spots themselves as well as those living in completely different worlds, anime fans always have the chance to join in on many kinds of journeys. With that in mind, it’s time to think about which journey-themed anime is your favorite!

143 fans were polled from May 10-13 by Anime!Anime!, with around 60% of these votes from male fans. Roughly 48% came from those aged 19 and younger with another 28% made up of those in their 20s. Let's set out to find the top journey titles!

8. One Piece 8. Rolling Girls 8. Tetsuko no Tabi 8. Galaxy Express 999 6. A Place Further than the Universe 6. Kimi no Na wa. 5. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders 4. Yuru Camp△

New and old titles alike made it onto the list, but which three shined the brightest?

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Coming in 3rd with a solid 10% of the vote is a franchise known and loved all over the world: Pokémon ! The entire series follows Satoshi (or Ash) as he sets out on a journey to become the Pokémon Master, and it's given fans the chance to see all sorts of incredible continents and (of course) Pokémon ! Who wouldn't prefer journeying with friends to sitting in school at 10 years old?

2. Girls' Last Tour

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Just barely beating out Pokémon for 2nd placewith 11% of the vote is Girls' Last Tour . This series is set in a world where civilization has collapsed, and follows the adventures of two young girls wandering around ruins.

1. Kino's Journey

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Topping the list with a phenomenal 29% of the vote is Kino's Journey . This series revolves around the titular Kino as she travels around the world to see all sorts of incredible and unique countries, so surely no there's no other more worthy of the title of “top journey anime”!

This list definitely has us imagining what journey we’d like to join in on, but what about you? Did your favorite make the list?

Adapted with permission from Anime!Anime!

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Time Travel Shōjo: Mari Waka to 8-nin no Kagakusha-tachi ( タイムトラベル少女~マリ・ワカと8人の科学者たち~ , Time Travel Shōjo: Mari Waka to 8-nin no Kagakusha-tachi ? ) or in English Time Travel Girl is anime series produced by WAO World and is directed by Osamu Yamasaki. Funimation has streaming rights to the anime.

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Mari Hayase is on a mission to go back in time and meet eight of the most prominent scientists and inventors in history. With the help of her two friends Waka Mizuki and Jun Mizuki she'll find herself up close and personal with famous figures like Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, and so many more.

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15 Anime where MC is transported to another world

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An Isekai , or “alternate world,” is a genre of anime involving accidental travel from one boring real-world location to a fantasy world where the rules of science go out of the window!

Love the idea of a guy, girl, or group of people getting transported to a different, magical place and having to deal with a whole new way of life with magic or advanced technology.

So, today we will be talking about some of the best anime where the main character is transported to another world.

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15. Fushigi Yugi

Fushigi Yugi

  • Episodes: 52
  • Studio: Studio Pierrot
  • Genre: Romance , Comedy , Adventure , Historical , Drama , Magic

The story starts with two young middle school girls, Miaka Yuki and Yui Hangzhou.

Both of these girls are preparing for their high school entrance exam.

As they’re studying in the library, Miaka wanders to an off–limit area and a book randomly fall to the ground.

Upon reading the book, the girls are transported to a land resembling as ancient China.

14. Cautious Hero

Cautious Hero

  • Episodes: 12
  • Studio: White Fox
  • Genre: Fantasy Comedy

The story revolves around an overpowered main character, Saya, summoned to save a world full of dangers.

He is a typical op-hero except for one small detail: he is overly cautious!

He will use his strongest attacks even on the weakest enemy just to be sure that they are defeated.

He is the kind of character who is prepared for every possible situation and that is probably what this world needs.

13. Drifters


  • Episodes: 12 + 3 OVA
  • Studio: Hoods Drifter Studio
  • Genre: Fantasy, Adventure, Dark, Isekai

The story follows a fearless warrior Toyo who is in the middle of a losing battle and is mortally wounded.

After the battle of Sekigahara, Shimazu Toyohisa finds himself in a strange foreign world surrounded by elves , dwarfs and monsters.

Later, he finds out that he is a Drifter, and other fighters like him from different places have been summoned to this world to fight in a war against some historical figures.

12. Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet

Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet

  • Episodes: 13
  • Studio: Production I.G
  • Genre: Dark Fantasy, Adventure Fiction

This story is about Ledo, a young soldier who fights against aliens in space that threaten the existence of the human race, and a young girl, Amy, living in a mysterious place.

Due to an unfortunate turn of events, he gets sent to the Earth where he is amused and bewildered by this sudden new environment.

To survive, he must adapt to his new life and srike up a friendship with the people of this new place!

11. The Vision of Escaflowne

The Vision of Escaflowne

  • Episodes: 26
  • Studio: Sunrise
  • Genre: Romance, Fantasy, Mecha A

A 15-year-old girl, Kanazaki Hitomi, lives a relatively normal life.

She runs on the track team of her high school and has a talent for stunning accurate tarot reading.

On one fine day, she envisioned a strange boy defeating a dragon .

Everything changes when the same boy appears before her.

She finds herself magically being whisked away to a far-off planet known as Gaea with the dragon-slaying boy when he is returning to his world!

10. The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent

The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent

  • Studio: Diomedea
  • Genre: Fantasy, Slice of Life , Magic, Romance

The story revolves around a workaholic office lady named Sei.

She is summoned to a royal palace in a different world as a “Saint” by the crown prince of that world.

Upon her arrival, it came to her knowledge that one more girl had been summoned, and the prince seemed to be infatuated with that girl.

The prince decides that the other girl must be the Saint and leaves Sei all alone in this world.

Thus, begins the story build of this fantasy world’s saint.

9. Kakuriyo: Bed and Breakfast for the Spirits

Kakuriyo: Bed and Breakfast for the Spirits

  • Studio: Gonzo
  • Genre: Demons, Supernatural , Drama, Romance

This series centers around a college student named Aoi, who has inherited the ability to see Ayakashi from her grandfather.

One day while feeding some spirits, a God and Master of the “Hidden Realm” appears before her and takes Aoi away.

It’s a place where the spirits live. Later in the show it is revealed that Aoi’s deceased grandfather owed a debt to the God of the “Hidden Realm” and in order to repay the debt, she must become his bride.

8. The Twelve Kingdoms

The Twelve Kingdoms

  • Episodes: 45
  • Studio: Pierrot
  • Genre: Epic Fantasy

The plot focuses on a high school student named Nakajima Youko.

Even though she possesses all the good aspects of an ideal student, she has no friends.

Over time, a strange man appears right in the middle of the class, proclaiming her to be his queen.

Before she could properly explain this to her teacher , a demon attacks everyone, after which they are transported to a parallel world unlike what she has ever known.

7. Problem: Children Are Coming from Another World, Aren’t They?

Problem Children Are Coming from Another World, Aren’t they?

  • Episodes : 10 + OVA
  • Studio : Diomedea
  • Genre: Action , Comedy

The series swirls around three protagonists from different places having psychic powers, who are bored in the world they live in.

They receive an invitation from Kuro Usagi (The Black Rabbit ) and are sent to another world to help her with her community which goes by the name, “No Name.”

6. No Game No Life

No Game No Life

  • Episodes: Fantasy, Science Fiction
  • Studio: Madhouse
  • Genre: Fantasy,

NGNL is a story about two brilliant NEET siblings, Sora and Shiro, who have become legends on the Internet by forming a team known as “Blank” in a video game .

One day, they get sucked into an alternate world where games decide everything.

Excited by this concept of the world, Sora and Shiro set off on an epic journey to see how far their gaming abilities will take them.

5. Now and Then, Here and There

Now and Then, Here and There

  • Studio: AIC
  • Genre: Post-apocalyptic, Science Fiction

This series covers the exploits of a 15-year-old boy, Matsutani Shuzo, as he is pulled into a parallel world when he attempts to rescue a girl named Lala–Ru.

Thereafter, Shu experiences some really difficult hardships as he continues to rescue the girl and return home.

Throughout the series, issues like child soldier, torture, sexual assaults and its effects, consequences of the war are dealt with.

4. Isekai Quartret

 Isekai Quartret

  • Episodes: 24
  • Studio: Studio Puyukai
  • Genre: Comedy

This anime is simply a parody of four different shows Re: Zero , Konosuba , Overlord , and Tanya the Evil.

A switch appears out of the blue, and after pushing the button, the main cast of the show is once again sent to yet another world.

Except this time, it is a school where they are told to live a normal school life .

3. The Rising of the Shield Hero

The Rising of the Shield Hero

  • Episodes: 25
  • Studio: Kinema Citrus
  • Genre: Dark Fantasy

Naofumi Iwatani is a geeky college student and an uncharismatic otaku, who finds himself teleported to a different world where he is one of the four legendary heroes – The Shield Hero!

The Shield Hero is known to be the weakest among all the heroes.

After being betrayed on the third day of his journey, he is left alone and penniless.

He must make every effort to sustain life and has only his shield to help him save the world.

2. KonoSuba


  • Episodes: 20 + @2OVAs
  • Studio: Studio Deen
  • Genre: Comedy,

On his way home buying a video game the main character of the series, Kazuma Saito ends up dying!

All is not over as he shortly wakes up to the Goddess Aqua.

He is given a choice as to whether he would like to continue on to heaven or be reincarnated into a fantasy world, and so he chooses to be reincarnated.

After choosing that, he is given another choice of bringing any one thing to assist him in his quests in this world.

He ends up choosing Goddess Aqua.

1. Re: Zero

Re: Zero

  • Episodes: 50
  • Genre: Dark Fantasy, Adventure

Natsuki Subaru, the main character of this series, is transported to a fantasy world on his way home from the convenience store.

Not long after his arrival, he got his ass – kicked by some men and is saved by Emilia.

In the course of time, he finds out that he has a special ability called “Return by Death.”

This ability enables him to reset back to the moment where he found himself in the marketplace upon entering the world!

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Anyone who's ever watched anime long enough will encounter a random girl tasked with saving the world with magical powers. At its core, Magical Girl anime depicts seemingly ordinary schoolgirls balancing their daily activities at school and shenanigans with friends with the impending doom of the world as they know it.

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Kill la Kill has been left out since it is a borderline member of the Magical Girl genre . That said, Trigger's series is awesome, and if it were to be included in this discussion, it would rank third.

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Does Summer 2024 Have Any Magical Girl Anime?

Except for the still ongoing Wonderful Precure! , Spring 2024 did not have any Magical Girl anime, at least not conventional ones. The closest was probably A Salad Bowl of Eccentrics , but that only had girls with magical powers rather than proper mahou shoujo. Still, beggars cannot be choosers.

While hardly overflowing with options, the Summer 2024 season has at least one valid Magical Girl anime , and it offers a fairly fresh take on the genre. Before highlighting this show, let's mention a few current series that fans might wish to check out:

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An adaptation of Cocoa Fujiwara's final manga before her tragic passing, The Magical Girl and the Evil Lieutenant Used to Be Archenemies is a cute and whole romance that delivers exactly what its title advertises. Along with working about 10 different jobs, Mimori is responsible for protecting Earth from fiends with world-conquering ambition, including a respected lieutenant named Mira. However, the latter instantly falls for the Magical Girl when they meet, converting their encounters from life-threatening fights to adorable dates.

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As there are only three volumes and 20 chapters to adapt, the anime consists of 12-minute episodes, which complements the story's lighthearted tone and sketch-like structure. While not devoid of forward momentum, The Magical Girl and the Evil Lieutenant Used to Be Archenemies is mostly happy to allow Mira and Mimori to exist within each other's company, with the former being constantly love-struck by the latter's innocence. Action might not be the focus, but Bones has delivered consistently strong animation so far, showing a lot of love and respect for the source material.

17 Yuki Yuna Is A Hero

Myanimelist: 7.38 (season 1), yuki yuna is a hero.

Producing three main seasons, Yuki Yuna is a Hero has proven to have quite a bit of staying power. The Magical Girl series tends to be compared to Puella Magi Madoka Magica , albeit Yuki Yuna is a less bleak show overall. Set in a world with deities, a school's Hero Club members are charged with protecting the world from monsters.

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Yuki Yuna 's characters are its strongest point as the anime dedicates a great deal of time to exploring the girls' lives outside their heroic duties. It develops them as people, making it quite easy to relate to or at least like these characters.

16 Magical DoReMi

Myanimelist: 7.34 (season 1), magical doremi.

When anime fans hear Magical Girls, they often think of a trio of superpowered schoolgirls and Magical DoReMi fits that description perfectly. Doremi Harukaze, a third-grader living in the fictional town of Misora, stumbles upon the magic shop named Mahodo. After she discovers that its owner Majo Rika, is a witch frog, the latter makes Doremi her apprentice to help her return to human form.

Doremi finds companions in the form of her best friends who also become witch apprentices. At first, the trio need to pass nine different tests to become full witches and break the curse on Majo Rika. However, the trio eventually faces various threats, including an evil witch apprentice, with the fate of the world at stake.

15 Shana Of The Burning Eyes

Myanimelist: 7.45 (season 1), shakugan no shana.

Most commonly known as Shakugan no Shana , this anime envisions a realm that exists alongside Earth, one defined by an endless war between people who seek personal gain at the expense of balance and those who try to stop them. One day, Yuuji is saved by a mystery girl he calls Shana, and the former is informed that he is no longer alive. Joining Shana in her fight to preserve both worlds, the two steadily form a relationship.

Shakugan no Shana has a weak opening arc, but the anime picks up considerable steam as it goes along. The Magical Girl anime focuses heavily on Shana and Yuuji's romance, so much so that it serves as the story's heart.

14 Shugo Chara!

Myanimelist: 7.40 (season 1), shugo chara.

Amu Hinamori of Shugo Chara! is recognizable for her iconic pink hair and punk-ish attitude. What her classmates think is a "cool and spicy" look hides her rather introverted self. When she wishes to gain the confidence needed to fulfill her popular exterior, she finds three eggs that hatch as three Guardian Characters — Ran, Miki, and Su. As a Guardian, Amu can beseech the help of Ran, Miki, and Su to help her discover her true self.

As the anime evolves, Amu also encounters other Guardians, each with their own Guardian Characters and abilities. And while Shugo Chara! has its own blend of unique action, its greatest strength lies in its story about self-discovery.

MyAnimeList: 7.41

What if there existed a school that teaches girls how to become Magical Girls? My-HiME explores this concept in detail. The story centers are HiMEs, or girls with the ability to materialize photons, that reside in Fuka Academy for a secret purpose. Protagonist Mai Tokiha soon discovers she's a HiME and bonds with a Child, a mecha with spiritual properties. Mai, alongside 11 others, are tasked to save the world from Orphans, creatures with abilities similar to the HiME's children.

My-HiME has a lot to do with the complex personalities of each character. As other HiMEs manifest around Mai, their various goals affect their desire to protect their world . In the end, Mai and the others become entangled in a fate tied to their very nature as HiMEs.

12 Gushing Over Magical Girls

Myanimelist 7.68, gushing over magical girls.

Gushing Over Magical Girls is for adults only. The anime goes to some very dark and perverse places.

The Mahou Shoujo genre tends to struggle to convince new viewers to try out its latest representatives. Similar to mecha, new Magical Girl anime are rarely among their season's most-viewed series, at least in Western countries. Although hardly comparable to Solo Leveling , Frieren , or even Delicious in Dungeon , Gushing Over Magical Girls garnered more attention than most of its Winter 2024 contemporaries , and it might even encourage some people to try out other Magical Girls stories. As exciting as that prospect sounds, it is also worth noting that Asahi Production's series is very far removed from traditional entries in the genre, despite still covering quite a few ideas synonymous with popular Mahou Shoujo anime .

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Gushing Over Magical Girls is an ecchi anime, which means a lot of fanservice. In fact, the series is a prime contender for the industry's spiciest release ever, with most episodes including scenes that go well beyond what is typically shown in these types of series. The story follows Utena, a girl who has a "crush" on her city's Magical Girls. One day, she is approached by a sinister mascot, who thrusts her into a life of villainy. Initially resistant, Utena gradually begins to embrace her new powers, and she uses them to explore her sadistic fantasies.

While not a deconstruction of its genre, Gushing Over Magical Girls is undeniably an atypical representative. That said, these shows often tell coming-of-age stories that touch upon their characters' sexualities, which is also true for this series. It just takes things in a wildly different direction. The ecchi moments might hog the limelight, but Gushing Over Magical Girls is also a competent comedy with a few decent action sequences.

11 The Demon Girl Next Door

Myanimelist: 7.64 (season 1), the demon girl next door.

Now, here is a charming little comedy. Magical Girl anime are hardly strangers to humor, and some of the genre's greatest shows can be hilarious; however, comedy is usually secondary and sporadic. The Demon Girl Next Door takes things in a different direction by just being a straight-up laughfest, having a similar comedic style to Cute Girls Doing Cute Things series such as Gabriel Dropout . The anime revolves around the unorthodox friendship between two high school girls who are meant to be mortal enemies due to one being a demon and the other a Magical Girl. Yuuko (the demon girl) and Momo (the Magical Girl) are delightful, both as individuals and as frenemies who are mostly forced to engage in an antagonistic relationship.

Season 1 does a stellar job of establishing the leads and the larger world, all the while delivering wholesome and clever jokes that are just pure fluff (a descriptor that extends to the whole series). Somehow, the sequel managed to be even better, mainly due to focusing more on the supporting characters, all of whom are fantastic. In a genre oversaturated with cuteness, The Demon Girl Next Door might just represent its peak.

10 Searching For The Full Moon

Myanimelist: 7.94, searching for the full moon.

Searching For The Full Moon is a rather unique take on the Magical Girl genre. The series does not focus on action nor does it have the protagonist constantly going up against supernatural threats; however, a magical event is the story's driving force, and it does come with a transformation. The anime stars Mitsuki Koyama, a 12-year-old who wants to become a singer. Sadly, her sarcoma makes her dream impossible. To make things worse, two Shinigami tell Mitsuki she has only a year left to live.

Seeing her wishes, the two Shinigami strike a deal with her. If she agrees to die peacefully after a year, she can become a 16-year-old to partake in the auditions to become an idol. In turn, Mitsuki begins wowing her audiences as the mysterious Fullmoon. This is only the beginning of a rather sad and heart-wrenching tale that is sure to keep fans watching until the end.

9 Magic Knight Rayearth

Myanimelist: 7.46 (season 1), magic knight rayearth.

Magic Knight Rayearth begins as ordinary as other Magical Girl anime would. Three friends in eighth grade — Hikaru, Umi, and Fuu — get embroidered in the affairs of Cephiro, an alternate world influenced by one's will. The creature Mokona asks for their help in saving Princess Emeraude, the Pillar and guardian of Cephiro, from the evil Zagato.

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Through Mokona's help, the trio gains access to unique element-based magic to awaken the Rune-Gods which are mecha they pilot to pursue their path to saving Cephiro and the world. Rayearth's blending of elements from the Magical Girl, isekai, and mecha genres helps it stand out from the pack as one of the greats, and there are no other shows that offer a similar blend. More importantly, all three leads are strong characters in their own right, and they grow quite a bit throughout the story.

8 Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha

Myanimelist: 7.41 (season 1), magical girl lyrical nanoha.

When elementary schoolgirl Nanoha Takamichi rescues an injured ferret, she's soon thrust into a world of mystery and magic. This ferret reveals himself to be Yuno Scrya, an archaeologist-mage from the parallel universe of Midchilda. Yuno seeks Nanoha's help in retrieving 21 Jewel Seeds that can turn their hosts into monsters upon contact.

While Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha shares some similar elements with Cardcaptor Sakura , the former's story evolves into something else entirely. What begins as a cheerful premise soon evolves into a more complicated story with plot twists and darker elements. The first season can be a bit rough to get through, but Nanoha improves with each new cour.

7 Pretty Cure (Franchise)

Myanimelist: 7.10 (futari wa pretty cure), pretty cure.

Pretty Cure is kind of a weird franchise. With over 20 seasons and 1000 episodes, PreCure is undoubtedly a cornerstone of the Magical Girl genre, if not downright its most decorated property; however, it has never quite garnered the same international appeal as Sailor Moon , Madoka Magica , or Cardcaptor Sakura . The series has a reputation for being a kids' show, a statement that, while not untrue, sells it short. Also, newcomers might feel hesitant to jump into a new season due to the franchise's longevity, even though each entry does its own thing and can be appreciated in isolation.

With generally solid action, likable characters, and decent animation, Pretty Cure is reliable and comforting. Not every property must push the envelope, and there is a lot to be said for a franchise that can constantly deliver predictable but enjoyable entertainment. If someone is not sure where to start, they can just jump into the latest series ( Wonderful PreCure! ) or start with the original season (simply entitled Pretty Cure ). Alternatively, they can pick one of the best entries like HeartCatch , Tropical-Rouge! or Hugtto!

6 Symphogear

Myanimelist: 7.03 (season 1).

A sci-fi shonen series revolving around idols who use the power of song to defeat aliens, Symphogear starts fairly messy but steadily finds its footing as an unapologetically over-the-top and fun action fest. Technically, the show's heroines are idols, but they are basically Magical Girls that sing. Producing five seasons, the franchise improves with each new cour, culminating in the genuinely fantastic Symphogear XV .

Showing its battle shonen origins, Symphogear pulls out all the stops for its fight sequences, which are consistently great. Even though the characters and storytelling take a while to become truly engaging, they are never really dull either.

5 Princess Tutu

Myanimelist: 8.14, princess tutu.

An early 2000s classic, Princess Tutu is a well-written fairy tale with a twist. The anime follows Ahiru, a duck who transforms into a girl that can become the magical Princess Tutu. Ahiru's reason for being is to save a prince, a journey that's far more complicated than it sounds.

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Princess Tutu is a one-of-a-kind show that combines surreal imagery, complex themes of identity and free will, and unique choreography centered around ballet. While the show's animation leaves something to be desired at times, Princess Tutu 's fantastic story and characters more than make up for any shortcomings.

4 Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon

Myanimelist: 7.73 (season 1), sailor moon (1992).

Anyone who imagines a Magical Girl and thinks of a superpowered girl in a sailor uniform should perhaps credit this trope to Sailor Moon . In this series, schoolgirl Usagi Tsukino becomes Sailor Moon, while her friends become Sailor Soldiers associated with other planets. Usagi and the Sailor Soldiers fight various intergalactic threats as they protect the coveted Silver Crystal.

Perhaps the most popular Magical Girl anime ever, Sailor Moon pretty much defined a ton of tropes associated with the genre. Aside from cute uniforms , Sailor Moon started the trend toward awesome transformation sequences too. Nowadays, the original seasons can be slightly difficult to fully appreciate as they are unsurprisingly dated, although they are still filled with likable characters, decent humor, and compelling melodrama. The show's core romance is iconic but also polarizing. Newcomers who want something a touch more modern should check out Sailor Moon Crystal , which is borderline underrated.

3 Cardcaptor Sakura

Myanimelist: 8.16 (original series), cardcaptor sakura.

In Cardcaptor Sakura , elementary schoolgirl Sakura Kinomoto accidentally unleashes powerful magical cards into the world. After a scolding from cutesy card guardian Kero (Cerberus), he enlists Sakura's help in retrieving the missing cards. In turn, Sakura spends every episode investigating supernatural phenomena that may tie to one of the many Clow Cards. With the support of her best friend Tomoyo Daidouji and her rival Syaoran Li, Sakura uses various sealing magics to retrieve new Clow Cards. Sometimes, she even seeks their help to mitigate the threats of other violent Cards.

Cardcaptor Sakura is a cult classic that has aged shockingly well, arguably better than other '90s classics like Sailor Moon . While certainly targeting a younger audience, the show has fairly mature writing throughout, and it balances action, drama, romance, and comedy absurdly well. The Clear Card sequel is also pretty darn great, although newcomers should start with the 1998 show (and don't skip the movies).

2 Revolutionary Girl Utena

Myanimelist: 8.20, revolutionary girl utena.

Revolutionary Girl Utena explores the adventures of Utena Tenjou, a teenage orphan who wants to fulfill her childhood desire of becoming a prince. Her skills with the sword and her strong will bring her to a world filled with rivals and fierce sword duels. She embarks on a journey to win the hand of Anthy Himemiya, the "Rose Bride" who apparently can revolutionize the world.

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As with other unique Magical Girl anime of the time, Utena gained praise from critics with its exploration of various tropes like self-discovery and identity. The anime is particularly known for deconstructing the prince fairytale genre and even tackles queer topics and feminism uniquely. In a genre that tends to rely on archetypes, Revolutionary Girl Utena stands as a truly unique voice, and it influences plenty of other Mahou Shojou anime .

1 Puella Magi Madoka Magica

Myanimelist: 8.36, puella magi madoka magica.

What would someone sacrifice in the name of saving the world? In Puella Magi Madoka Magica , fans of the Magical Girl genre will see quite a typical premise of adventure. Schoolgirl Madoka Kaname and her friends in middle school make a supernatural contract to gain magical abilities. In turn, they're tasked to hunt down Witches and save the world. But not all is as it seems.

Madoka Magica gained critical acclaim for subverting many conventions associated with the theme, although it was hardly the first Magical Girl anime to take a dark turn. That said, it executed this type of story better than any other show. In particular, Madoka Magica explores the untold dangers and sacrifices Magical Girls have to take in exchange for the powers they seek. Viewers will quickly find that the show is a far more heartbreaking tale than they initially imagined.

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The Summer 2024 Anime Preview Guide The Magical Girl and The Evil Lieutenant Used to Be Archenemies

How would you rate episode 1 of the magical girl and the evil lieutenant used to be archenemies community score: 3.8, what is this.


She's a magical girl, sworn to fight for peace, love, and justice. He's a lieutenant, born into a military family that serves an evil empire. And yet, it was love at first sight...

The Magical Girl and The Evil Lieutenant Used to Be Archenemies is based on the manga series by the late Cocoa Fujiwara . The anime series is streaming on Crunchyroll on Tuesdays.

How was the first episode?


I hesitated to get into The Magical Girl and The Evil Lieutenant Used to Be Archenemies at first. The creator, Cocoa Fujiwara , tragically passed away in 2015 before the manga could be completed. I didn't want to invest myself in a story that would never be finished, even if it was a silly little 4 koma comic. What if I began to care deeply about Mira and Byakuya's relationship which would never come to fruition? But now that I've seen the first episode, I think it may be worth it. After all, 'tis better to have loved and lost, isn't it? The half-length episode was lovely and sweet, offering just enough to leave me wanting more.

If nothing else, it may be worth the ten minutes each week to have something lovely to look at. BONES is one of the most reliable studios in the industry and this is no exception. Every frame is beautiful, with soft colors and fine lines. Fujiwara's character designs have an ephemeral quality that the animators have adapted to great effect. The use of light is especially remarkable, from a night scene lit by a ferris wheel as Byakuya and Mira first confront each other, the two taking shelter as the rain casts a silvery sheen on the world, or the dappling effect of sunlight shining through leaves. It's gorgeous, even sigh-worthy.

The concept is familiar, but who doesn't love a Romeo and Juliet story? The humor is overall gentle, just funny enough to ensure that it doesn't feel like all style and no substance. The thing about half-length episodes, especially for something as evanescent as this, is there's just not a lot to say. There's some light parody—I chuckled at an especially pointed Madoka Magica reference—but it's mostly concerned about Byakuya and Mira connecting.

The one downside? I hate Byakuya's magical girl suit. It's tacky as hell.


I think it's human nature to want more of a good thing. After all, if a little of something is good, shouldn't a lot of something be better? Of course, this is not always the case, especially in anime. Some shows—particularly those inspired by 4-koma or other types of short-form manga—don't really do well when filling up a 24-minute block. They end up overstaying their welcome, so to speak.

Now, could The Magical Girl and The Evil Lieutenant Used to Be Archenemies have worked as a normal-length anime? Maybe? But I'll tell you one thing for sure—it works incredibly well as a half-length one.

To start with: it looks fantastic. The animation is just filled with details. From character design and backgrounds to textures and particle effects, all the little touches elevate the presentation dramatically. But more than that: the art style is one of a dark, brooding, serious anime. The trick is that this anime is anything but—it's a light-hearted romantic comedy. This clash between visuals and tone only serves to highlight the comedy, making it funnier due to the discordance.

It also helps that the comedic bits poke fun at magical girl tropes in creative ways. The idea that Byakuya forgets to eat because she has to work two part-time jobs in addition to being a magical girl feels almost too real for comfort. And then there's the stand-out joke of the episode, that her magical cat familiar conned her into being a magical girl using deception and strong-arm yakuza tactics. It's just perfect.

It's safe to say I'm 100% on board with this one. I'm excited to see how this little love story continues, especially once all the other evil lieutenants start getting involved.


That's not to say the show's substance is bad, so much as it's just very familiar. I imagine the premise – a light parody of the Magical Girl formula where the good guys and bad guys mostly fight for ceremony's sake – was a lot more novel back when the original manga was published in the early 2010s. Nowadays, we've seen some versions of that arrangement, including a possible romance across allegiances, quite a few times in recent years. So gags like Mira stoically ordering cake for his not-dates with Byakuya or Byakuya getting scammed into becoming a magical girl by her familiar don't have the same punch a decade later. However, there's still a lot of charm to the duo's chemistry. I got a few good laughs out of this episode through solid delivery. Byakuya's soft-spoken personality could also be a deal breaker for some, but I found her to be a perfect foil to Mira's more volatile reactions.

Some disconnect with the modern anime scene was probably inevitable, given the circumstances behind this project even making it to the screen. This adaptation was in the works years ago but halted after the untimely death of mangaka Cocoa Fujiwara . The production team later revived the project to honor Fujiwara's memory. If that was the main goal, Studio BONES has done a fantastic job bringing her characters and art to the screen. While not an animation powerhouse, this episode is full of striking layouts and tender, intimate framing that fits perfectly. The colors are soft and cool and evoke the feeling of a breezy spring morning. I've been excited to see more work from Akiyo Ohashi after The Stranger by the Shore and was delighted to see just how perfect a fit this creative pairing was.

It's not necessarily appointment viewing if you aren't down for familiar comedic dynamics, but the half-length format helps considerably in that respect. With less time commitment, I'm much more comfortable sitting down for some soft chuckles and fluffy eye candy. Plus, the OP and ED are both worth the price of admission on their own. This show won't knock your socks off, but as a pleasant way to de-stress at the end of the day, it's got you covered.


There's not much to this half-length show, but I have to say that I enjoyed it anyway. It's no secret that I love classic magical girls (and the other ones, too), and I enjoyed Love AfterWorld Domination, so it makes sense that the magical girl version of that series would be right up my alley. It also takes a subplot we see in a fair amount of classic magical girl series and makes it the centerpiece: Phantom Thief Jeanne has a romance between Jeanne and Sinbad, the Dark Kingdom arc of Sailor Moon implies relationships between the generals and the sailor guardians (in the artbook and manga, at least), Saint Tail has Meimi and Asuka Jr…the list goes on. This series takes the rest of the story out in order to focus on the romance between Byakuya and Mira, albeit in a very silly way. Honestly, I can't blame Mira for desperately wanting to feed Byakuya because that girl is not good at caring for herself.

The episode is very thin on content, but it still manages to charm. Little details like the fact that the cheesecake Mira brings Byakuya is from the "cheesemanic" brand cracked me up, and that her mascot character basically shook her down to make her become a magical girl like an openly evil Kyubey is also entertaining. Byakuya herself isn't much of a participant in the story, and that seems to be in service of having Mira's be the only point of view; we do learn that she's part of the ever-important orphan fantasy (really, it's so much easier to risk your life every night without parents) and that she's too angelic to be true, but that's about it. Fortunately, it's enough for Mira, who isn't sure why he's thinking about her so much or doing things like offering her his unlimited credit card.

I'm unsure if this will continue to play it straight, with Byakuya the model of innocent perfection, or if her "cat" will start using this to take Mira down, or at least try to. I don't love her magical girl outfit (the single biggest giveaway that this is not a show aimed at little girls) or the brightness level used whenever she's the focal point onscreen; if you're light-sensitive, I could see it being too much. But despite my reservations, this could be a lot of light-hearted fun. It's not necessarily for the classic magical girl crowd, but it's got enough going for it that I'll see where it's going.


Hell yeah. I've been looking forward to The Magical Girl and The Evil Lieutenant Used to Be Archenemies ever since I saw its trailer, and this premiere did not disappoint. I was utterly taken by its lush, often downright gothic aesthetic from the get-go. It's a look that pairs perfectly with its rock-solid production values and Magical Girl flair. On top of that—and most importantly of all—the central romance at the core of its premise is cute enough to send even the Grinchiest of grouses into diabetic shock. What more could you ask for?

My only major reservation going into The Magical Girl and the Evil Lieutenant was whether or not the character of the Magical Girl would work for me. I could already tell that Mira, the titular Evil Lieutenant, was the intense but helplessly dorky male lead that works really well in rom-coms like these. Still, it's always more of a dice roll with the squishy-eyed, soft-spoken archetype that the Magical Girl represents. Thankfully, while she is preternaturally cute and innocent, the show isn't afraid to have some fun at her expense, and the funniest joke of this episode for me was the reveal that she basically got duped into being a magical girl by the yakuza. That absurdity is the exact kind of edge that I need to keep my hyper-adorable romance stories from getting too saccharine.

Also, can we all stop for a moment and offer thanks to the anime gods that these episodes are only half-length? While I think The Magical Girl and the Evil Lieutenant has strong enough fundamentals that it could work just fine as a full half-hour show, there's something to be said for a comedy that knows not to overstay its welcome. That alone makes this an anime that is incredibly difficult not to recommend. It's short and sweet, and even if you end up unable to find the joy in its aggressively likable and sweet presentation, the worst you've got to lose is about as much time as it takes to brew a pot of coffee.

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New Magical Girl Anime From My Hero Academia Studio Has Potential to Be Summer 2024's Sleeper Hit

  • Bones' new magical girl anime promises to be a standout romance drama airing in Summer 2024
  • The all-star staff behind the anime, which have worked on other romance hits like Horimiya , ensures a promising adaptation.
  • The series' premise, following a forbidden love story between a magical girl and her sworn enemy, is guaranteed to be yet another hit shojo romance during the Summer 2024 season.

The studio behind many hits such as My Hero Academia is now tackling a magical girl anime that will be airing this year during the Summer 2024 season. This romance drama is a sleeper hit, and Bones will definitely do the popular manga justice by taking it to the next level.

Titled The Magical Girl and the Evil Lieutenant Used to Be Archenemies , the official X account of the upcoming anime shared a short teaser as well as the release window and main staff.

The anime has been confirmed for a release window of July 2024 , making it one of the Summer season's must-watch romance series . Although BONES is unmatched when it comes to action series, they are an extremely versatile studio and are just as good when it comes to adapting other genres and demographics.

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Bones' latest anime, the magical girl and the evil lieutenant used to be archenemies has an all-star staff.

From the studio behind Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and Mob Psycho 100 , this magical girl anime looks very promising, especially when looking at the people working on it. Akiyo Ohashi, director of the hit romance movie Given-on the other hand, will be taking the helm; and his colleague from the same movie, Yuniko Ayana, will take charge of the script. The character designer of Horimiya and Josee: The Tiger And The Fish , Haruko IIzuka, will be the character designer; and MAYUKO will be in charge of music.

This forbidden love story by the late Cocoa Fujiwara follows a magical girl devoted to peacekeeping who meets a lieutenant from a military family. The two fall in love right away, but the stark differences in their ways of life ultimately prevents them from being together . What turned out to be a deadly fight between the two blossomed into an unexpected romance, and thus, they try to maneuver their fate as sworn enemies while also grappling with their feelings for one another .

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2024 has had many incredible romance series so far, the demographic's comeback in 2024 has been met with overwhelming positivity from fans.

Besides the interesting plot summary of the series, what makes this project the most exciting is the staff, who have worked on some of the most successful romance anime that have been released over the last decade. With their expertise in the genre and BONES' incredible resources, The Magical Girl and the Evil Lieutenant Used to Be Archenemies has a lot of potential, and it is looking to be a must-watch in a year that has many good romance series like the upcoming Blue Box anime .

Source: Official website of The Magical Girl and the Evil Lieutenant Used to Be Archenemies .

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  1. 15 Best Anime About Traveling That Will Make You Go on a Trip

    Original Run: April 8, 2003 - July 8, 2003 / October 6, 2017 - December 22, 2017 Episodes: 13 + 1 OVA / 12. In Kino's Journey, the protagonist Kino, accompanied by a Brough Superior talking motorcycle called Hermes, travels through a mystical world in many different countrysides and forests, each unique in its customs and people.Kino stays only three days and two nights in each city ...

  2. The 15 Best Time Travel Anime of All Time, Ranked

    Over 2K anime fans have voted on the 15 Best Time Travel Anime Of All Time, Ranked. Current Top 3: Steins;Gate, ERASED, Your Name ... The Girl Who Leapt Through Time is a film that follows a high school girl named Makoto Konno who is about to graduate but has no real direction in life. When she discovers that she can leap backwards in time, she ...

  3. Time Travel Girl

    Time Travel Girl: Mari, Waka, and the Eight Scientists (タイムトラベル少女~マリ・ワカと8人の科学者たち~, Taimu Toraberu Shōjo: Mari Waka to Hachi-nin no Kagakusha-tachi) is an educational anime television series directed by Osamu Yamasaki and produced by WAO World. The anime aired between July 9, 2016 and September 24, 2016 and was simulcast by Funimation.

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  5. Top 20 Best Time Travel Anime Series & Movies

    19. Natsu-iro no Sunadokei (Sandglass of Summer Colors) This is an old anime. Like, really old. But while its character design, animation, and overall quality haven't stood the test of time, it is a worthwhile show that involves more time travel than Nobunaga Concerto.

  6. 10 Best Travel Anime, Ranked

    Girls' Last Tour is a unique travel anime that combines elements of post-apocalyptic science fiction and slice-of-life genres. The series follows two young girls, Chito and Yuuri, who appear to be ...

  7. Top 15 Best Time Travel Anime of All Time

    MAL rating: 9.17 | Ranked: #3. It's no wonder that Steins;Gate is one of the highest ranked anime on MAL. The show's idea of time travel manages to be deep without getting convoluted, and expertly shows what can happen when you develop time travel. At first, the characters can only send text messages back in time, but this fledgling technology ...

  8. Time Traveller: The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

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    Discover more Time Travel anime on MyAnimeList, the largest online anime and manga database in the world! ... a young man newly recruited to the organization, and the mysterious girl Mash Kyrielight, can travel back to 2004 and discover how to save humanity. A grand order to fight fate has been declared—an order to change the past and restore ...

  10. Top 10 Journey-Themed Anime!

    Roughly 48% came from those aged 19 and younger with another 28% made up of those in their 20s. Let's set out to find the top journey titles! 8. One Piece. 8. Rolling Girls. 8. Tetsuko no Tabi. 8.

  11. Time Travel Girl

    Summer 2016. 3.135 out of 5 from 515 votes. Rank #13,964. Mari Hayase is on a mission to go back in time and meet eight of the most prominent scientists and inventors in history. With the help of her two friends Waka Mizuki and Jun Mizuki she'll find herself up close and personal with famous figures like Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Graham Bell ...

  12. Summoned Into Another World Anime

    Report a missing anime. Complete list of summoned into another world anime, and watch online. These isekai anime feature characters who have been summoned into another world. The characters might be summoned heroes who are needed to fight the locals' battles, or are would-be familiars, or were summoned for some other purpose.

  13. Time Travel Shoujo

    Time Travel Shōjo: Mari Waka to 8-nin no Kagakusha-tachi (タイムトラベル少女~マリ・ワカと8人の科学者たち~ , Time Travel Shōjo: Mari Waka to 8-nin no Kagakusha-tachi?) or in English Time Travel Girl is anime series produced by WAO World and is directed by Osamu Yamasaki. Funimation has streaming rights to the anime. Mari Hayase is on a mission to go back in time and ...

  14. Time Travel Anime

    Complete list of time travel anime, and watch online. Time travel is the concept of moving between different points in time, usually with an invention called a time machine. The science is loosely based in theoretical physics, with quantum mechanics and wormholes as common themes. These titles either focus on the concept of time travel or include time travel, often involving a Person in a ...

  15. 15 Anime where MC is transported to another world

    15 Anime where MC is transported to another world. An Isekai, or "alternate world," is a genre of anime involving accidental travel from one boring real-world location to a fantasy world where the rules of science go out of the window! Love the idea of a guy, girl, or group of people getting transported to a different, magical place and ...

  16. The 20 Best Magical Girl Anime of All Time, Ranked

    While the story can feel a bit generic by modern standards, it's the first of its kind, and every magical girl anime can trace at least some of its roots to it. Over 500 fans have voted on the 20 Best Magical Girl Anime of All Time, Ranked. Current Top 3: Sailor Moon, Card Captor Sakura, Puella Magi Madoka Magica ...

  17. The 20+ Best Anime About Motorcycles, Ranked

    Vote up the best anime that feature motorcycles and bikers. In 1988 the Japanese government drops an atomic bomb on Tokyo after ESP experiments on children go awry. In 2019, 31 years after the nuking of the city, Kaneda, a bike gang leader, tries to save his friend Tetsuo from a secret government ...

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  19. Characters appearing in Time Travel Girl Anime

    All characters and voice actors in the anime Time Travel Girl. Anime. Anime season charts; Watch anime online; Anime recommendations; Browse all anime; Top anime list; Manga. ... Time Travel Girl - Characters Alt title: Time Travel Shoujo: Mari Waka to 8-nin no Kagakusha-tachi overview; recommendations; characters; staff; reviews; Go to anime ...

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  21. Best Magical Girl Anime

    As there are only three volumes and 20 chapters to adapt, the anime consists of 12-minute episodes, which complements the story's lighthearted tone and sketch-like structure.

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  23. The Summer 2024 Anime Preview Guide

    Caitlin Moore: Rating: I hesitated to get into The Magical Girl and The Evil Lieutenant Used to Be Archenemies at first. The creator, Cocoa Fujiwara, tragically passed away in 2015 before the ...

  24. 10 Anime Like Time Travel Girl

    Hayato and Yumi are two high school students from present Japan. When they accidentally activated Tondekeman, a kettle-shaped, talking time machine, they were transported back to ancient Baghdad. They meet Abdullah who is hell bent on acquiring the future gadget. They also meet Aladdin, Prince Dandarn and Princess Shalala.

  25. New Magical Girl Anime From My Hero Academia Studio Has Potential ...

    Bones' new magical girl anime promises to be a standout romance drama airing in Summer 2024 The all-star staff behind the anime, which have worked on other romance hits like Horimiya, ensures a ...

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    CNN's Tom Foreman reports on how the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump unfolded and what happened after.