Top 10 Best Anime According to Japanese Otaku


Hey hey hey…. For those of you lovers of Japanese Anime, you must be familiar with the anime film series which we will discuss below. Taken from Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, 1,425 Japanese otaku cast their votes to choose the Top 10 Best Anime according to Japanese otaku of all time! Is your favorite anime on the list below? Curious isn’t it, come on, let’s see.

After watching the Gintama anime from the beginning to the end, this anime deserves to be named the best and most absurd anime. Even the absurdity, arguably better than the Naruto anime, which fought aliens from other planets in its last episode. In fact, if you listen to it, Naruto’s story has actually ended after the battle with Akatsuki and Uchiha Madara.

However, Masashi Kishimoto, the author of Naruto, actually increased the number of battle scenes by bringing together the Otsutsuki clan. With the new clan, it makes Naruto anime boring. Moreover, their enemies are not inhabitants of the earth.

In effect, after the story of Naruto and his friends was finished, the story changed by showing many new characters, which continued into the Boruto anime. The birth of Boruto in my opinion is even more absurd. Moreover, Boruto and the children of other characters only repeat jutsu or moves that previously existed in the Naruto anime.

It’s certainly different from Gintama. Which since the beginning of the episode has opened the eyes of the audience, if this anime is an absurd anime. So, in my opinion, Gintama deserves to be crowned as an absurd anime compared to other anime.

2. Demon Slayer : Kimetsu no Yaiba
The manga was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from February 2016 to May 2020, and was bundled into twenty-one tankōbon volumes as of July 2020.

A sequel in the form of a feature film was announced when the last episode was broadcast and is scheduled to be released in October 2020. The anime has won prestigious awards and is considered one of the the best anime series of the decade!

3. Dragon Ball
The album consists of 42 books and was published in Indonesia by Elex Media Komputindo.

Dragon Ball tells the story of a boy named Goku who lives in the middle of a mountain alone. These balls are called Dragon Balls. Description: Dragon Balls are 7 crystal balls scattered around the world, the ball is orange with a star pattern in it, if someone manages to collect 7 Dragon Balls, a dragon god will appear who can grant any wish, even including revive the dead. In his journey with Bulma to find the Dragon Ball, Goku must face many obstacles, one of which is from the Red Ribbon Army.

The anime includes four decades, 519 manga chapters, 5 anime series, 20 animated films & 3 television specials (plus a Hollywood adaptation). This anime is definitely nostalgic for those of you who grew up in the 80s, 90s and 2000s!

4. Haikyuu
Haikyuu is an anime film published in Indonesia under the title Haikyu!! FlyHigh! Volleyball! The manga was originally released as a one shot story in the Jump NEXT! courtesy of Shueisha before serializing. As of July 2020, forty-five tankōbon volumes have been published by Shueisha.

The manga was adapted into an anime series produced by Production IG, and aired from April to September 2014. The third season aired from October to December 2016. The fourth season aired from January to April. 2020.

Even though there are no powerful moves, this sports anime

I display a very real volleyball game technique. Plus it is equipped with easy-to-understand explanations so that spectators who are still new to volleyball can understand it.