7 Best Anime on Netflix

Yakitori Soldiers of Misfortune

In the 90’s era, kids were familiar with animation only in comic books and cartoons. But with the evolution of Japanese pop culture, flooding popular streaming platforms with flashy anime series made Generation Z and even Millennials go completely crazy. A recent digital survey conducted by Netflix claims that there are more than 40 million anime viewers across the world.

Every anime series offers resonating visual clips with a huge scoop of next-level artistry. The craze for anime series is spiking at an unprecedented rate, and thus, we bring for you the lineup of 7 best anime shows from the anime library.

Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead:

Genre:  Horror, Comedy and Dystopian 

Rating:  8.1/10

Cast: Shuichiro Umeda, Zeno Robinson, Makoto Furukawa, Tomori Kusunoki. 

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Animation Magazine

This cynical movie is directed by Yusuke Ishida and features the hectic life of a 24-year-old corporate employee who lacks purpose in life. The story changes its form when an apocalyptic crisis helps him attain freedom and space. Such an unexpected twist makes the viewers go crazy about the film. 

Ōoku: The Inner Chambers:

Genre: Horror, Fantasy and Drama

Rating: 7.5/10

Cast: James Simenc, Steve Blum, Cindy Robinson, Trevor Devall and others

Ōoku: The Inner Chambers | Official Trailer | Netflix

The unique plot is directed by Noriyuki Abe and covers a weird Japanese custom where a deadly disease wipes away half of the male population, and only entitled men are allowed to serve as the concubines for elite women. Such a matriarchal characteristic of the story has attracted feminists from around the globe. 

Yakitori: Soldiers of Misfortune:

Genre: Action and Adventure

Rating: 6.9/10

Cast: Frankie Kevich, Ron Bottitta, Cherami Leigh, Amber Lee Connors. 

Yakitori Soldiers of Misfortune

The world-famous Hideki Anbo has directed Yakitori, attaching eye-opening scenes upon over-dependence on technology. In the story, an inspiring boy named Akira tries to save the planet Earth from alien invaders. Later, he secretly breaches into the massive army of aliens. It has created a remarkable craze among teenagers and adults. 

One Piece

Genre: Fiction, Action and Comedy. 

Rating: 8.9/10

Cast: Iñaki Godoy, Emily Rudd, Taz Skylar, Jacob Gibson and others

ONE PIECE | Final Trailer | Netflix

This television series is based on one of the most popular manga series penned by Eiichiro Oda. The story is about a passionate man who desires to become the King of the Pirates. The viewers are amazed by capturing adventurous high seas and ocean clips. 

Hunter X Hunter

Genre:  Fantasy and Action

Rating: 9/10

Cast: Megumi Han, Cristina Vee, Mariya Ise, Greg Chun and others

Hunter X Hunter Set 1- Official Extended Trailer

The anime series covers the undying spirit of a Hunter named Gon Freecss, who was left alone at a very young age by his father. His exponential skills and capabilities made him a well-recognized hunter. The show was created by Yoshihiro Togashi and received a great response from the young audience. 

Cowboy Bebop

Genre: Action, Fiction and Drama

Rating:  8.9/10 


Cowboy Bebop
South China Morning Post

The director, Shinichirō Watanabe, has directed an enigmatic series of post-apocalyptic phases where a group of young bounty hunters called cowboys have only one mission, which is to save the planet from the upcoming alien civilization. Meanwhile, the series also covers astonishing technological development, which leaves the audience mad about the show. 

Neon Genesis: Evangelion

Genre: Fiction and Action

Rating: 8.5/10

Cast: Spike Spencer, Allison Keith-Shipp, Sue Ulu, Amanda Winn Lee and others

Neon Genesis Evangelion | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

This Ominous television series, created by Hideaki Anno, is filmed over a squad of enthusiastic teenagers taking control of machines and marching on an epic war with deadly monsters who are on the verge of destroying humanity. 

It’s time to enjoy the best-animated shows that frame colorful visual animation and help viewers resonate with the characters.