Kimetsu no Yaiba Swordsmith Village Arc

Another wholesome episode was delivered to us. This is what I would say if you ask me to explain episode 3 in a few words. But I would like to talk in brief about a few parts of the episode. So, stay tuned and enjoy this Blog ladies and gentlemen.

Before with begin to give me permission to ask you all people how you all doing. Hope you guys are doing great and enjoying Demon Slayer. Kimetsu No Yahiba to its fullest. And also I would love you people to participate in this conversation that I post regularly. So, do comment with your views as I would love to read your views.

And I’m thinking of bringing out a forum, especially for these types of anime conversations. So, stay tuned guys.

Wholesome Part-

Firstly I would love to share with you guys the scenes at the very beginning of the anime. I really enjoyed it to my fullest after watching this scene. Didi you? Especially the voice-over done in the first image was totally adorable would you agree with me?

After that Tanjiro crying and Haganezuka going bersker mode were also up to the mark that is what I would like to say in that regard.

Now moving on next in the previous AnimeTalk I mentioned that Muichiro will go through certain character development and after watching this scene, I was sure that he will go through some kind of emotional change.

And well he provided it to in the last section of the anime. But his reaction when Tanjiro explained to him was totally of a child who learned something new and by looking at him felt like he is totally pure from the inside. I think he is but I don’t know how much you guys will agree with me. Let me know what you think about Muichiro(The Mist Hashira).

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Another part that I truly enjoyed is this one. I’m sharing this one because of the only reason that I found it cute and wholesome. And I thought I should also share this with you guys. What do you think if these 2 parts let me know in the comment section down below.

And with this part ending finished the wholesome part of the anime for quite a while. And some action part is arriving at the door. But I want to know the backstory of how these 2 upper moons were able to find out there way into the Sworthsmith village. I remember the moment in the very 1st episode that these to Upper Moons were asking that women send them somewhere.

If this is the place that she send her then we have to appreciate her navigation skill, teleportation skill, and even her investigation skill as she was able to look through all these complex routes were able to determine exactly where the wordsmith village is located. Do you guys have any thoughts on this one let me know in the comment section.


Now let’s talk about all the power that was displayed in this episode. Firstly Let’s talk about Mist Hashira his quick and I mean really really quick which can be seen in this moment.

And if he is quick then Upper Moon 4 is even quicker. And I think he has an emotional problem going on. And this is what all his four replicas also depict. And to fight 2 upper moons there must be at least 2 Hashira if not and Tanjiro, Nezuko, and Genya killed one Upper Moon then it would be a huge disappointment. Would you agree?

But let’s see about that thing in the next episode for now let me tell you what I get from Upper Moon 4 (Fear) power. Each replica depicts each emotion that humans have and each of them has different power.viz- Anger( Thunder), Sad(Yet To Show), Joy( Sound),Pleasure(Wind).


And at last, I would like to say that this anime was complete in itself. It has cute moments, laughing senses, heartwarming moments, character development, action, and much more. If you haven’t watched it till now then in y opinion you should hop on and watch this episode.

And with this, I would like to end this AnimeTalk and if you haven’t read episode 2 AnimeTalk then check out the link and just read it.

Kimetsu no Yaiba Swordsmith Village Arc

Hey, Hey anime fans how are you all doing? Hope you guys are doing great and are enjoying the demon slayer to its fullest as I’m doing. With all that being said let’s get straight to the section for which you are all here.

To begin with I would like to discuss Hashira and its power. On the first appearance and from his action we can conclude he is an emotionless creature. Simple like a robot who does the thing which he is assigned.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Swordsmith Village Arc

And even Crow has more emotion than him. They are polar apart. One is an egoistic and lively crow and the other is a lifeless, emotionless being. Who is ruthless? This is what I conclude from this episode he might go under some change in the future. Further character development might be possible.

And he don’t even shit about other emotion nor does he give a fck about Tanjiros lecture. This is the first time I think someone did this to Tanjiro lol. We witnessed this kind of shit happen to Naruto and Itachi showed him his place but this one was hilarious.

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As not only he told him to shut up but knocked him out. This made me think how powerful is this Hashira even though they are of the same age but the power gap he huge. To the extent that he can’t comprehend what happened to him and was knocked suddenly.

There are two instances when we witnessed Hashira’s power( I don’t remember his name so forgive me and I don’t want to look it up on the internet as I’m in flow and lots of things going in my brain which I have to write so hope you guys understand). First when Tanjiro tried to move his hand but his hand doesn’t even bulge another instance is when he knocked out Tanjiro as if he was some random side character.

One thing I’m really curious about is that if he is really the decedent of Sun Breath then he might help Tanjiro to level up I think. This might be a good thing and I think this might be a possibility as they gone be together for quite some time I think.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Swordsmith Village Arc

And fully enjoyed this episode especially this crow part when he arrived. Their reaction to Tanjiro when he said I saw someone similar to him in a dream ohh man it was really funny. And I’m not writing this just for the sake of writing but I really mean it. And the reason Kotetsu-kun provided might be the exact reason why he is seeing those kinds of dreams. And as this is an anime it quite might be possible. What do you think?

But really man if that man was that powerful then I would love to see him act. A man whose replica can’t be replicated if it is not six arms. And I don’t think this puppet can replicate that man to its fullest. Because as we know every other anime character has their Breathing technique associated with it and this puppet can do that? I highly doubt that.

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But man One thing that I’m really curious about is Sengoku Era. Anime might have hyped that period but it might be possible that what they say is true.

Sengoku Era I have heard so much about this era I want to full real-life anime on this. I don’t know why. I have heard so much about this era. It fascinates me so much that I now sometimes think that how much powerful were Japanese people were during Sengoku Era.

I know it is a silly and idiotic demand from my side but it is a wish so if it gets fulfilled then it is well and good. Tell me about your view on the Sengoku and Edo Period of Japanese people how strong do you think they were?

Now before concluding this Blog, I would like to mention a few more things. First some serious things-

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Swordsmith Village Arc

While watching this anime there was a serious thing that I noticed. I know this is not the right place to talk about it but still, I would like to share it with you guys. As mentioned in Kotetsu’s scenario most of the art and technique which have not been passed down to the next generation and this made me think that in the distant past, there might be a human civilization par with us if not greater than us. In terms of technology and other thing which might have been lost due to one or other reason. So you agree with me? let me know in the comment if agree or disagree with me.

The next thing that I would like to talk about is the training sessions. I get totally hyped up whenever there is a training session I don’t know why but I just totally love it. It might be due to after every training session there is a power-up to follow it and which ultimately leads to amazing action scenes in the future.

And another reason is that most of the time protagonist fights with some legendary figure which automatically leads to teaching him some OP techniques which will again lead to amazing powerful action scenes.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Swordsmith Village Arc

Here is my other prediction if what Kotetsu_kun is saying is right that Tanjiro might be seeing some ancestorial memory then. I think this blade will be his next blade and this blade will play a significant role in generating that image of that person.

And with this, I would like to conclude this AnimeTalk hope you guys liked and if you did leave your valuable comment. I would love to read it and the next time, you guys can read the previous Blog of demon slayer that I have written. AnimeTalk Episode 2.

Isekai de Cheat Skill wo Te ni Shita Ore wa, Genjitsu Sekai wo mo Musou Suru: Level Up wa Jinsei wo Kaeta

What’s up, guys? Did you watch episode 5 yet? If not, then tension, I’m here to tell you my opinion on this episode. Hope you enjoy this talk. And it would be great if you share your opinion in the comment section.

First Let’s talk about 1-2 theories about the sage. Who has granted this luxurious lifestyle to the protagonist of this anime?


The first and most common idea that can come to my mind is that the sage is none other than his grandfather. As it doesn’t even make sense that he doesn’t even pique his interest that what was the history of his grandfather.

It might be the case that in anime the director might have cropped the scene due to some reason. But as an anime viewer, it seems like they are trying to hide that on purpose. Think yourself if your grandfather have given you such a gift then would you not look into the background of your grandfather I would definitely look into it.

2nd theory I can think of is that there might be some sage that used to exist in that fantasy world. And he created some kind of dimension that connects that world with the modern world. And that might be his grand magic. This is one of the most common things that happens in manga, manhwa.

And one last thing that occurs in these kinds of anime is the interference of other celestial beings with this world and making these kinds of possible.

Now before moving to the good part of this Talk, I would like to bad things that I didn’t like I have talked about it in my previous AnimeTalk but I would like to mention them again.

Having too many girls around the protagonist makes me dislike it. I don’t know why but too many girls in my opinion are = too shitty content around especially if they are there to provide harem and not to provide any value to protanist. Let me know if your thoughts differ.

Another thing that I already mentioned in the previous section is that he is getting too much unnecessary attention which he should have reacted to differently that would have made me feel good I don’t know why I think that way but it is what it is.

As, in reality, it often doesn’t happen and these kinds of acts only occur in harem-type anime which I hate and that is why I think I hate these kinds of unnecessary attention. Let me know if you agree with me.

Now let’s talk about some good parts that this anime gave us. To begin with, we were introduced to one of the most adorable things in this anime i.e. Night. It is quite intelligent and I think it has something to do with the breed that he belongs to.


But apart from that he is cute, I think. What is your opinion? Did you like him? or do you think he is just getting too much screen time let me know in the comment section.

Now I would like to shift your focus to the animation that we are provided with. I think it is very good not on the level of Demon Slayer but not far behind it. And for that, I would like to appreciate the work of Millepensee.

Just take a look at this piece of art. Amazing isn’t it?

And another animation that I totally love is this one. I would love to have my dream house in this kind of place and even if it looks like this one even then I would love to have it.


And now I would like to talk about 2 more things. The second last was the fighting scene I totally loved it that was the best part in my regard. And I would not cry if they introduced 1 or 2 more episodes with continuous fighting moments totally worth it with this kind of animation. What are your thoughts?


And last thing this book that they should us at last totally hyped up for this. Do you guys have any theories regarding this well if I have one I would definitely share it with you guys so stayed tuned till then you guys can read my other blogs from this series?


Kimetsu no Yaiba: Katanakaji no Sato-hen

I’m back with the AnimeTalk that I have left previously. If you haven’t consumed the previous part then you can just click here (Part 1) and read and then come back and join us here in this conversation so that you don’t leave out anything.

After 23.00 min was just heartwarming drama I totally enjoyed the conversation it was not much not less just a perfect amount so that one does not get bored. Do you agree? The story was moving forward at a steady pace and the character introduction went smoothly and was heartwarming to me at least. So, let’s discuss the remaining episode in brief.

Firstly, I would like to confess that I’m super jealous of Sound Hasira for having 3 Wifu with him. Sad and I don’t even have one with me really sad. Well, it can’t be helped. But they don’t come near Nezuko-sama.

Talking about Nezuko I would love to talk about all the cute moments that I found in the second part, the funny part, and some adult content that we were introduced to in this part. Which by the way I totally loved it. This much adult content is totally acceptable to me. But to much ecchi makes me fell cringe.

This part was seriously funny as hell. Inoske brings a positive vibe with him as well as fill the surrounding with energy. But the Baka part was true. Haha totally loved this section of anime. Moving more cute part was introduced.

These 3 make the scene full of cuteness and heartwarming. Even their voice just match the vibes. Do you agree? Who so ever is doing their voice-over I just love your voice-over.

And with this mark the beginning of a new Arc. I will definitely miss the Inoske and Zenitsu as they will not be part of this Arc as they are on their separate mission. And Tanjiro is going to Sworsmith village. And I think something big will occur here. Do you agree with me? Or do you disagree?

It should be a matter of big discussion on how complex their security and planning is that they can’t even locate the Swordsmith village let alone the Headquarters of Demon Slayer. Though I got a rough idea of how things work they even have a more complex structure for their headquarters. Just imagine how complex it might be that even Upper Moons are not able to locate their headquarters.

Now another round of praises for the animation team especially for this scene for one moment I thought I was sitting in the theater even though I was watching it on my PC. The smoothness and the details are praiseworthy. Hail the animation team.

Another Reason To Watch Demon Slayer. Would you agree with me?

She is just as adorable as Nezuko she is innocent and has everything that an anime lover seeks. Comment if you know what I mean. But having 2 Hasira in one place definitely makes me curious about what did happen in the future. Is any Upper Moon gone show up here?

I might be wrong too as one of them left and the purpose of the other is still not clear. So I might be wrong also.

Now before wrapping this AnimeTalk, I would like to talk about 2 more things. At first, I didn’t notice but our Tanjiro has grown into quite a man. And he understands every other adult thing. Huhu things might get even hotter in the future.

And finally, I think this gentleman is not the person who came into Tanjiro’s dream as every other character has a similar style so I think he is not the one we are thinking of. What do you think let me know in the comment down below.

With this, I would like to end this AnimeTalk here if you want to enjoy more such AnimeTalk then check out Anime Discussion.

Kimetsu no Yaiba: Katanakaji no Sato-hen

Another amazing season of Kimetsu No Yaiba started airing and I’m totally excited for this one. The movie of the previous Arc was just wooooooow. I’m at a loss for words to describe the previous Arc. Totally badass and has animation quality I don’t anyone is the best, especially the fight part totally out of the world.

And with similar expectations, I’m totally fired up for this season. Are you? And today I’m here to talk about episode 1 which is more than 40 min so I have decided to make 2 parts for that and in this section, I will cover 23-24min of the episode.

In this, I would not take things in series but I will randomly discuss everything . Because there were many things that were shown up and down in the episode for example their powers highlight were randomly shown so that is why I decide to make this discussion a little different than others.

Animation And Adorable Thing

Let’s first of all just appreciate the animation quality and work done in detailing the animation that is just on another level just take a look here

Demon Slayer: Katanakaji no Sato-hen

Isn’t it just beautiful and the details just make it more real? And when I was watching this part I was just mesmerized by this scene. I would totally love to live here totally out of the world. Do you agree?

Demon Slayer: Katanakaji no Sato-hen

And I would also like to appreciate the movie Palace and also the artist who and this animation possible it looked totally real and the way it was movie looked normal. The detailed work done on this part was just commendable. You might be bored hearing so many prases but you will also praise is once you watch it.

This might not look like much in a screenshot but when you watch animation you would believe me. Just go and watch the anime after reading this article you would believe me and if you have already watched it then would you agree with me or not?

Demon Slayer: Katanakaji no Sato-hen

Now I would like to talk about some adorable things after so much praising to the animation team. And to begin with I would praise the lord Nezuko she as usual stand out in term of cuteness and she is no.1 in terms of cuteness no one comes near her. I’m totally biased in this aspect. And this scene at the very beginning was the best start for me at least.

Demon Slayer: Katanakaji no Sato-hen

Next, I would like to appreciate the cuteness of this trio totally innocent and totally adorable, aren’t they? Tell me about your about this .

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Final Characters Revealed

Just for the remainder purpose I have included them if you are confused then you can get clarity by looking at them here.

5th Upper Moon

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4th Upper Moon

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3rd and 2nd Upper Moon

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1st Upper Moon

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Other Upper Moons were creepy but this dude is creepy as hell.

Leader Muzan

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Power Teaser

We were able to witness the teaser of the power of almost every upper moon. Firstly we can assume how powerful they are as it’s been 113 years since the last upper moon was killed. Which is fcked up in itself let alone anything else.

The first power that were were able to witness was the power of this woman which is controlling this infinite palace. t seemed to me that she is the one who is actually controlling all these things various parts in the anime indicate that.

I don’t what her rank is or how powerful she is but moving all this together without sweating is an amazing fleet in itself.

Demon Slayer: Katanakaji no Sato-hen

We have already witnessed the power of Upper Moon 3 i.e. Akaza in the Mugen Train Arc. So, I’m training to imagine how powerful Upper Moon 2 is that to be he came after Akaza in the Ranking and surpassed him in ranking at least.

To me, it seemed that he has a powerful regenerative power. Do you agree? As he easily grows his destroyed mouth as well as the head.

Now taking about the power of Upper Moon 1 he was able to cover that distance between Akaza and him in an instant and was able to cut off his hand without him even noticing. Which makes me think what is the level of his power? And if he is so much powerful then how much powerful is Muzan?

Demon Slayer: Katanakaji no Sato-hen

Just think he is so much powerful that Akaza trembles when he is just giving him a warning. That Akaza killed off one of the Pillers. How many Piller will Upper Moon 1 take to kill him? And how many will Muzan take? Totally badass I would say just this. What is your opinion on this?

Demon Slayer: Katanakaji no Sato-hen

And about this one, I don’t even know what exactly happens here. If you know anything please enlight me. For one moment he was in between Upper Moons and the other moment his head was in the hand of Muzan.

And the same case with the speed of upper Moon 1 he just disappear in thin air while Akaza is seen properly that is moving out. This was shown in order to tell the difference in strength or it might be just for creating hype.

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In the new season, there were many things that made through what they might be or why did they appear? Or what is their role?

One of those is this dude and his family. I don’t know why he is the leader. Why is his family hiding? Is there any special power to them? Or are they just there and why does Muzan want to kill him? I might have forgotten since it has been a long time since his appearance. if you know anything you can tell me about him but don’t give me spoilers from manga.

Demon Slayer: Katanakaji no Sato-hen

Another thing that I want to talk about is Tanjiro and his dream. I understand why there was a person just like him in his dream cause it is his dream and we often take ourselves as protagonist and things often revolves around so that might be the case. But other than that this might e some clue that might help Tanjiro in the future. Just like in other anime where a dream makes him level up in a different situation that might be the case here. What do you think let me know in the comment section about your views on these things.

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Who is this different dude he kind of looks similar to him. But what I think is he gone a play important role in Tanjiros character development. Why I’m saying this because whenever some character talks deeply about life and talks trash about himself.

That either means he is really trash and is the villain of the Arc which doesn’t seem to be the case here and other is when he at the pinnacle of power and killed so many people or lost someone important in his life despite having power and criticize himself. So that is why I think this is the case here what do you think about him? Let me know in the comment section below.

And with this, I think almost every important person’s character has been revealed.

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With this, I would like to end this anime talk. hope you enjoyed the next part I would upload today itself so stay tuned. You can check out other AnimeTalk on my Blog website. Till then stay safe stay healthy guys.

Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso

Your Lie In April

What’s up guys, today I want to discuss one of the most loved and one of the most controversial anime. In this AnimeTalk I would like to talk about episode 1 and things that are going on in this episode. So let’s jump straight into it without losing any more time.

But before that let’s take a quick look at some of the facts about this controversial anime.

  • The manga was released on the 6th of April 2011 and the manga ended on the 6th of February 2015.
  • Anime started airing from the 9th of October till the 19th of March 2015.

Now let’s talk about all the development that occurred and what I came to understand from episode 1. The story is about a piano prodigy who lost his sense of playing piano due to various psychological reasons with which I kind of agree as most people faced some challenges to do things that they really loved.

Your Lie In April

So, I think the theme of the story and storyline itself makes sense. As most of the time, we tend to relate this kind of anime with reality and since it is a romantic anime it is meant to be like that. So, the storyline is fine by me.

The story buildup is great in the first episode, especially its introduction song which is one of my favorite intro songs from all the anime the melody of the piano being played is extremely delightful. If you are one of those who have watched then do you agree with me? Comment down your favorite anime song so that I can enjoy it too.

Your Lie In April

You may find it very dark in b/w the episodes but to know the full truth you will have to watch all the episodes. And trust me on this you will enjoy the anime wholeheartedly once you have completed the whole anime. Especially the ending hehe.

Your Lie In April

This episode contains some future references to the anime..want to know how then watch the anime as my remarks will spoil all the fun. Other than that episode ends very smoothly and there are up and down.

Your Lie In April

Also, the episode contains some funny elements, laughter, talk about love, and the perspective of the writer. The romance in the episode will make you remember the first time you fell in love with someone that’s the beauty of the writer the theme of the season in this is of spring the scenery looks good and matches the whole episode I have watched this anime so many time over and over again but it always feels amazing to watch it.

It may contain only 22 episodes but is one of the best short anime out there what I am thinking and writing there are two different things my words can’t describe this anime in any way I want but the thing here is that you have to give it a try this episode does not contain any kind of rollercoaster rides the plot is simple in this episode.

With this I would like to wrap up this episode I would really love it if you give me feedback on what should I improve as I am not a writer and writing this article was my first time.

For other AnimeTalk you can check out Anime Discussion.

Isekai de Cheat Skill wo Te ni Shita Ore wa, Genjitsu Sekai wo mo Musou Suru: Level Up wa Jinsei wo Kaeta

New Animes have been dropping almost every week recently. So, here I’m with you to share the interesting one I found. This is the 4th episode of the series I have not written about the past 3 episodes. And if you are reading it from the 4th don’t take tension I will soon add all the 3 episode reviews, then enjoy this one.

On 23rd April new episode of Isekai de Cheat Skill wo Te ni Shita Ore wa, Genjitsu Sekai wo mo Musou Suru: Level Up wa Jinsei wo Kaeta was aired, and talking about my overall experience it was mixed as in the first-half anime which was the continuation of the previous episode was Ok. But the latter half was too boring for me I will explain why I found it boring. So let’s first begin with this-


I don’t know about you but personally, I find it quite cringe when this kind of thing happens be it in anime or be it in real life. I mean about the love at first sight and even expressing it in the heat of the moment. I’m not a fan of this kind of this

And I don’t know whenever there is anime where there is fantasy or magic or swordsmanship and not anything like modern things. I automatically love anime at first glance( other things are also important) and in this, I prefer more this world than the modern one.


And watching this seen it made me believe that at least the writer is also mature enough that he didn’t make it like the princess become some cling character who gets on the nerves of the viewer as well as the character. I would have instantly dropped the anime right here if that were the case. But it was not and went in the right direction.

And even instead of directly saying no it is way better if they take this slow and make it a good romantic story. That I would prefer more.

Now let’s talk about the other half till here I was enjoying. Even the previous 3 episodes were good I really enjoyed them but the latter half of this was far from reality and to me, it was made to add some ecchi scenes and make him famous among girls. Which is another thing I really hate.


2 episodes back he was bullied and was fat shammed and now he is all slimmed and getting attention which is not wrong but at least take your revenge. And Hopefully, it is this anime doesn’t take a turn where MC is totally encircled by all-female characters. But seeing how things are going I think there might be a possibility of that. Already he is quite famous among girls.


And a huge modeling company is behind him. This is way off reality and I’m talking about this because I often start to relate it to reality a little bit if anime is shown modern era and which makes it less fun and that is why I have more fun watching anime in the fantasy world. Do you also agree with me?


The next thing which killed the fun was adding the gangster that is brought by two tiny child just because they are jealous of their brother. I mean this is way too much and that to be in the most prestigious university where security should be at maximum.


Seriously that is why I think I didn’t like the other half you might disagree by saying you are watching anime why are you mixing reality in it but you see there should be some sense to everything at least a little bit and there was not a need to add this part in the anime I don’t think this played a significant role in the plot.


To, Teach lessons to his sibling another method could be used such as they tried to bully him and then he showed his skill and make them understand their place.

Well at least at the end they were able to know their place as a side character and also were able to know the reason why he is the main character.


So, did you watch today’s episode and how did you feel did you enjoy it or hated it, or was mixed just like me? Tell me your views on it I would love to read your comment.

Till the next time, you guys can check out my other AnimeTalk.

Ayoo, what’s up guys? If you are looking for the “Top underrated anime series of all time” then you are at the right place. I have selected 25 such anime that you guys can enjoy. But before moving to the main section I would like to tell you, guys, that if you are constantly looking for anime content and what to watch next then check out my website has made a significant number of blogs on different topics.

Be it romance, action, adventure, horror you name it I have made it. So check out my website for all new anime content. Now let’s get to the main context of the Blog but before that, I would like to tell you how I actually made this Blog.

The rating has been taken from anime planet.

How I selected these underrated anime:

Critical acclaim: I looked at anime that had received critical acclaim from professional reviewers, anime critics, and enthusiasts.

Audience reviews: I also looked at the ratings and reviews from audiences on various anime websites, forums, and communities.

Cult following: Some of these anime have developed a cult following over time, even though they may not have been commercially successful.

Genre diversity: I tried to include anime from a diverse range of genres, from drama to action to psychological thrillers, to appeal to different interests.

Uniqueness: I considered anime that have a unique and original storyline, animation style, or character design that set them apart from other anime in their genre.

Kaiji: Ultimate Survivor (8.27/10)

Top underrated anime series of all time

Here is a quick fact about Kanji it is written and illustrated by Nobuyuki Fukumoto and the story revolves around a young man named Kaiji Itou, who finds himself in debt after co-signing a loan for a friend. Unable to pay off the debt, Kaiji is offered a way out by a mysterious man named Hyodo, who invites him to participate in a dangerous gambling game aboard a cruise ship called the Espoir.

The game is called “Restricted RPS” and is a modified version of rock-paper-scissors. Players must bet a large sum of money on either rock, paper, or scissors, and the winner takes all. However, if a player loses, they must repay their debt with their body as collateral. Kaiji soon discovers that he’s not alone in his predicament and that the game is rigged in favor of wealthy and powerful players.

With the help of his fellow players, Kaiji must use his wits and gambling skills to outsmart the system and win enough money to repay his debt and escape the game. However, as the stakes get higher and the games more dangerous, Kaiji realizes that his fate may be tied to the outcome of the game.

Throughout the series, Kaiji faces numerous challenges and opponents, each with its own unique style of gambling. He must use his intelligence and cunning to outmaneuver them and come out on top. As the story progresses, Kaiji becomes more confident and self-assured, and begins to uncover the secrets of the game and the true motives of those behind it.

Kaiji: Ultimate Survivor is a thrilling and suspenseful tale of one man’s struggle to overcome his debts and survive in a dangerous and unforgiving world of high-stakes gambling. The series has been praised for its intricate plot, well-developed characters, and intense psychological drama.

Kino’s Journey(8.5/10)

Top underrated anime series of all time

This is a journey of a young traveler named Kino, who travels on a talking motorcycle named Hermes. Kino’s journey takes her to various lands, each with its unique culture and way of life.

Throughout her travels, Kino observes and interacts with the people she meets, learning about their customs and beliefs. She often becomes involved in their problems and helps them find a solution, but she also bears witness to the darker sides of humanity. Kino remains a neutral observer, never staying in one place for too long and never taking sides in conflicts.

The series explores themes of morality, human nature, and the nature of society. Each episode tells a self-contained story, with Kino encountering new people and situations in each new land. The stories range from heartwarming tales of love and friendship to darker, more unsettling stories that challenge Kino’s beliefs and values.

As Kino travels, she also reflects on her own past and the reasons for her journey. She remains enigmatic and reserved, with little known about her background or motivations. Through her experiences, she gains a deeper understanding of the world and her place in it.

Kino’s Journey is a thought-provoking and philosophical series that invites the viewer to ponder the human condition and the meaning of life. Its beautiful animation, captivating storytelling, and memorable characters have made it a beloved classic in the anime community.


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The story takes place in the 1930s, primarily in the United States, and revolves around the themes of immortality, violence, and the supernatural.

The series features a large cast of characters, including gangsters, thieves, and immortal beings who are entangled in a complex web of events that spans decades. The story jumps between different timelines, with each episode focusing on different characters and their perspectives.

At the center of the story is a mysterious elixir known as the “Immortality Elixir,” which grants its users eternal life. The elixir is sought after by various factions, including a group of gangsters and a secret society of immortals who have been manipulating events throughout history.

As the story unfolds, the different threads of the narrative come together, revealing the true nature of the characters and their motivations. The series features a non-linear storytelling style, with events unfolding in a non-chronological order that adds to the sense of mystery and intrigue.

Baccano! is known for its fast-paced action, dark humor, and complex storytelling. It has been praised for its unique approach to storytelling and its memorable characters. The series has also been adapted into a manga and a video game, further expanding the world and characters of the Baccano! universe.

Princess Jellyfish(8/10)

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Princess Jellyfish is a Japanese manga and anime series that follows the life of a group of eccentric young women living together in a shared apartment in Tokyo. The main character, Tsukimi Kurashita, is a shy and socially awkward girl who has a passion for jellyfish.

One day, Tsukimi meets a stylish and confident woman named Kuranosuke Koibuchi, who helps her overcome her insecurities and become more self-assured. Kuranosuke is actually a cross-dressing man from a wealthy family, and he becomes intrigued by Tsukimi and her unique personality.

Together with the other residents of the apartment, Tsukimi and Kuranosuke embark on various adventures and encounter many obstacles along the way. They must navigate their way through the complex social dynamics of Tokyo’s fashion world, while also facing personal challenges and overcoming their own fears and anxieties.

As the story progresses, Tsukimi and Kuranosuke develop a deep and meaningful friendship, and they begin to understand and appreciate each other’s differences. Along the way, they also meet other fascinating characters, each with their own quirks and eccentricities.

Princess Jellyfish is a heartwarming and humorous story about the power of friendship and self-acceptance. It explores themes of identity, gender, and social expectations, and offers a unique and refreshing perspective on the challenges of modern-day life in Tokyo.

Black Lagoon(8.1/10)

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Do you love adventure-type anime? Or simple seasons type which has not that much going in story. If you are the first one then you might love this one.

The story follows the adventures of a team of mercenaries named the Lagoon Company, who smuggle goods in and around Southeast Asia. The team consists of the stoic leader Dutch, the trigger-happy Revy, the computer expert Benny, and the kidnapped Japanese businessman Rock. Together, they navigate the dangerous criminal underworld and take on various jobs, ranging from escorting goods to engaging in intense gun battles with rival groups.

The series is known for its gritty and violent themes, as well as its well-crafted characters and engaging storyline.

Serial Experiments Lain(3.8/5)

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If you are a science freak who loves to see various experiments then this one is for you and even if you are not into science this anime will hook you and you will not even notice when the whole anime is complete. This Japanese anime series explores themes of technology, identity, and reality. The story revolves around Lain Iwakura, a quiet and introverted teenage girl who becomes fascinated with Wired, a global communications network that connects people through their computers and other electronic devices.

As Lain delves deeper into The Wired, she begins to experience strange and unsettling phenomena, including messages from a mysterious figure known as the “God of the Wired.” With the help of her friends and family, Lain sets out to uncover the truth behind the Wired and its connection to her own identity.

As the series progresses, Lain’s journey becomes increasingly surreal and complex, blurring the lines between reality and virtual reality. The show’s stylish and experimental visuals, along with its thought-provoking themes, have earned it a cult following and critical acclaim.

Serial Experiments Lain is a haunting and introspective exploration of the human relationship with technology and a must-watch for fans of psychological thrillers and sci-fi.


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I have been hearing about this anime name for quite a while I have planned to watch it but I don’t know why I was not willing to do so. But when I did I got hooked on to it. And if you have watched it you might like to agree with me or not? In the Ikebukuro district of Tokyo, there was a young man named Mikado Ryugamine who moves there to attend high school. He becomes fascinated with the urban legends and mysterious happenings in the city, including the legendary headless rider on a motorcycle.

As Mikado gets to know the colorful and eccentric characters of Ikebukuro, he becomes embroiled in a web of conspiracies, rivalries, and supernatural occurrences. The story follows the lives of various characters, including the infamous information broker Izaya Orihara, the vigilante group known as the Dollars, and the street gang called the Yellow Scarves.

As tensions rise and conflicts escalate, the characters must navigate through dangerous territory and confront their own pasts and demons. The series is known for its complex plot, quirky characters, themes of identity, loyalty, and the search for meaning in a chaotic world.

Durarara!! has been adapted into multiple anime series, manga, and video games, and has garnered a large and devoted fan base. The series has been praised for its unique storytelling and memorable characters, making it a must-watch for fans of the urban fantasy genre.

Haibane Renmei(3.9/5)

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Haibane Renmei is a Japanese anime series set in a mysterious world called the Old Home, where a group of angelic beings with wings and halos called Haibane live. The story follows a newly arrived Haibane named Rakka, who wakes up in the Old Home with no memories of her past life. She is taken in by a group of older Haibane who guide her through her new life and help her understand the rules of their world.

As Rakka begins to settle into her new life, she begins to uncover the secrets of the Old Home and the true nature of the Haibane. She discovers that they are not as angelic as they first appear and that their world is full of mysteries and dangers.

Haibane Renmei is a beautifully animated and atmospheric series that explores themes of identity, self-discovery, and the meaning of life. The story is full of twists and turns, and the characters are complex and well-developed. It is a must-watch for fans of thought-provoking anime.

Aku no Hana(3.33/5)

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Written and illustrated by Shuzo Oshimi. The story follows Takao Kasuga, an introverted high school student who steals the gym clothes of his crush, Nanako Saeki.

His classmate, Sawa Nakamura, witnesses the theft and blackmails him into a bizarre and obsessive relationship. As Takao’s guilt and anxiety escalate, he becomes increasingly entangled in Nakamura’s web of manipulation and self-destructive behavior. T

The series explores themes of adolescence, identity, and the dark side of human nature.


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If you are looking for something dark for a change in mood or you prefer dark stories above any other then this one is for you.

Texhnolyze is a dark and atmospheric anime series set in a dystopian underground city called Lux. The story follows Ichise, a young man who becomes involved in the city’s power struggles after losing his arm and leg in a gang fight. He is outfitted with prosthetic limbs called “texhnolyzes” and becomes embroiled in a conflict between various factions vying for control of Lux.

As Ichise struggles to survive in this harsh and unforgiving world, he begins to uncover the secrets behind the city’s origins and the true nature of the texhnolyzes.

The series explores themes of violence, power, and the human condition in a haunting and thought-provoking way.

House of Five Leaves(3.85/5)

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House of Five Leaves is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Natsume Ono. The story follows a shy and timid ronin named Akitsu Masanosuke, who is hired by a mysterious gang of kidnappers known as the House of Five Leaves. As Masanosuke becomes more involved with the group, he begins to uncover their dark past and their true intentions.

The series explores themes of identity, morality, and redemption, as Masanosuke struggles to find his place in a world of deceit and betrayal.


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Mononoke is set up in the Edo era when war was prominent. So you definitely can expect action from this anime and to add more spices to supernatural power are included in this which makes it much more likable to viewers and thus makes its position the Top underrated anime series of all time

Mononoke is a Japanese supernatural anime series that follows the mysterious Medicine Seller, a wandering exorcist who travels Japan during the Edo period. He is on a mission to vanquish evil spirits known as Mononoke, who manifest from negative emotions and wreak havoc on the living world.

The Medicine Seller uses his vast knowledge of ancient folklore and shamanic rituals to identify and defeat these supernatural entities. However, the task is not an easy one, as the Mononoke can take on a variety of forms and are often deeply intertwined with the lives of those they possess.

Each episode of the series follows the Medicine Seller as he investigates a new case and confronts the Mononoke behind it. As he delves deeper into the mysteries surrounding each case, he uncovers dark secrets and hidden truths that reveal the human side of the Mononoke and the people they afflict.

With stunning animation and a haunting soundtrack, Mononoke is a dark and thought-provoking anime that explores the complex relationship between humans and the supernatural.

Dennou Coil(3.3/5)

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Next on the list of Top underrated anime series of all time is Dennou Coil it is set in a near-future world where augmented reality technology is commonplace. The story follows a group of children who use special glasses to interact with the virtual world around them, which is inhabited by mysterious creatures known as “Illegals.”

As they explore the virtual world and unravel its secrets, they become embroiled in a larger conspiracy involving a dangerous new form of augmented reality technology.

With the help of their friends and allies, they must fight to protect their world from those who would abuse this powerful technology.

The Tatami Galaxy(4.14/5)

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What would you do if you find yourself stuck in a loop? Will you panic or will you calmly analyze the situation? Whatever you will do you will not do the things that thing protagonist of the series did and which made it possible to make the anime drop in this list of “Top underrated anime series of all time”.

The Tatami Galaxy is a Japanese anime series about a college student who is trapped in a time loop. The series follows the protagonist as he tries to find love and meaning in his life, but is constantly thwarted by his own indecision and mistakes. With each episode, he is given a chance to relive his college years and make different choices, but he always ends up back where he started.

As he navigates his way through various social circles and tries to find his place in the world, he comes to realize the importance of seizing the moment and living life to the fullest.

Ping Pong: The Animation(4.15/5)

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Ping Pong: The Animation is a sports anime series that follows the story of two childhood friends, Smile and Peco, who are both talented table tennis players. Despite their contrasting personalities, they both share a passion for the sport.

As they compete against other players, they face challenges that test their skills and resolve. Along the way, they learn valuable life lessons and discover the true meaning of friendship. Check out this anime and tell me that weather these anime belongs to this Blog of “Top underrated anime series of all time”.

The series is known for its unique animation style and its depiction of the emotional and psychological aspects of sports competition.

Rainbow: Nisha Rokubou no Shichinin(4.2/5)

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Rainbow: Nisha Rokubou no Shichinin is a Japanese manga and anime series that follows the lives of seven teenagers who are sent to a reform school in post-World War II Japan. The boys, who have been convicted of various crimes, must learn to work together and support each other as they face physical and emotional abuse from their guards and fellow inmates.

The series depicts their struggles to maintain their humanity in the face of extreme hardship and their quest for freedom and a better life.

The story is a poignant and powerful exploration of friendship, loyalty, and resilience in the face of adversity.

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Beast Player Erin(4/5)

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Beast Player Erin is a Japanese anime television series about a young girl named Erin who lives in a world where humans coexist with powerful beasts called Touda. After witnessing the mysterious death of her mother, Erin learns how to communicate with Touda and becomes a beast doctor. With her knowledge and empathy, Erin sets out to change the way humans view Touda and discovers a dark conspiracy behind their use as weapons of war.

As she fights to protect the beasts and uncover the truth, Erin must confront her own past and identity as well.


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Hyouka is a Japanese mystery novel written by Honobu Yonezawa. The story follows a high school student named Oreki Houtarou, who is forced to join the Classic Literature Club by his sister. Along with his classmates, Chitanda Eru, Fukube Satoshi, and Ibara Mayaka, they solve various mysteries that occur around their school. Oreki, who is known for his energy-saving philosophy, tries to solve these mysteries using his logical and deductive reasoning skills. However, as they delve deeper into the mysteries, they uncover hidden secrets and truths about their school and the people around them.

Hyouka is a captivating and thought-provoking tale of friendship, mystery, and self-discovery.

Space Brothers(4.2/5)

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Space Brothers is a Japanese manga and anime series written and illustrated by Chūya Koyama. The story follows two brothers, Mutta and Hibito, who both dream of becoming astronauts. After a series of events, Mutta is encouraged to apply for the astronaut training program by Hibito, who is already an astronaut himself. The story then chronicles Mutta’s journey through the grueling selection process and the challenges he faces as he trains to become an astronaut.

The series is known for its attention to detail and accuracy in portraying the space program, as well as its themes of perseverance, family, and the pursuit of one’s dreams.


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Planetes is a Japanese sci-fi manga series written and illustrated by Makoto Yukimura. The story follows a team of debris collectors in the year 2075 who work for a space station tasked with cleaning up space junk in Earth’s orbit. The main character, Hachimaki, dreams of owning his own spaceship, while his colleagues deal with personal and professional challenges.

The series explores themes of space exploration, environmentalism, and the human condition. It has been praised for its realistic portrayal of space travel and complex characters.

Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo(3.9/5)

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Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo is a Japanese anime adaptation of the classic novel by Alexandre Dumas. The story follows the young nobleman Albert de Morcerf, who befriends the enigmatic Count of Monte Cristo, a wealthy and mysterious man with a hidden agenda. As Albert becomes more involved with the Count, he becomes embroiled in a web of revenge, betrayal, and deception, as the Count seeks to settle old scores with those who wronged him in the past.

With stunning visuals and a haunting soundtrack, Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo is a gripping and stylish retelling of a timeless classic.

The Eccentric Family(3.8/5)

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The Eccentric Family is a Japanese anime series that follows the lives of the Shimogamo family, a group of shape-shifting tanuki who live in modern-day Kyoto. The story focuses on the interactions between the various members of the family, as well as their relationships with the tengu and human communities around them. Through their adventures and conflicts, the Shimogamo family explores themes of family, tradition, and identity in a whimsical and charming way.

Michiko to Hatchin(3.8/5)

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Michiko to Hatchin is a Japanese anime series that follows the journey of two women, Michiko Malandro and Hana Morenos, who are searching for a man named Hiroshi. Michiko, a wild and rebellious woman, breaks out of prison to rescue Hana, an orphan who is being abused by her foster family. Together, they embark on a dangerous adventure across a fictional Latin American country in search of Hiroshi, who is believed to be Hana’s father.

Along the way, they face numerous obstacles and confrontations with criminal organizations and law enforcement agencies.

Michiko to Hatchin is a thrilling and action-packed series that explores themes of family, friendship, and self-discovery.


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The story follows two young women, both named Nana, who meet by chance on a train to Tokyo and become roommates. Nana Komatsu is a naive and romantic young woman who moves to Tokyo to be closer to her boyfriend, while Nana Osaki is a punk rock singer with a troubled past who dreams of making it big in the music industry.

As they navigate the ups and downs of their lives in Tokyo, the two Nanas form a close bond and support each other through their respective struggles. Nana Komatsu’s relationship with her boyfriend becomes increasingly complicated, while Nana Osaki’s band, Black Stones, begins to gain popularity and attract attention from the music industry.

Throughout the series, the two Nanas face a variety of challenges and obstacles, including romantic entanglements, personal demons, and professional setbacks. Despite these challenges, they remain committed to their friendship and continue to support each other through thick and thin.

Nana is a powerful and emotional story about the bonds of friendship and the struggles of young adults trying to find their place in the world. The series has been praised for its complex characters, nuanced storytelling, and realistic portrayal of life in modern-day Japan.

The Twelve Kingdoms(3.8/5)

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The Twelve Kingdoms is a Japanese light novel series written by Fuyumi Ono. The story follows a high school student named Yoko Nakajima, who is suddenly transported to a mysterious world where twelve kingdoms exist. In this world, rulers are chosen by the will of heaven, and each kingdom is governed by a powerful king or queen.

Yoko finds herself in the Kingdom of Kei, where she is initially viewed with suspicion and hostility. However, she soon discovers that she is the rightful ruler of the kingdom, and must learn to navigate the complex political landscape in order to take her place as queen. With the help of her loyal advisors and friends, Yoko sets out on a journey of self-discovery and growth, as she learns to embrace her destiny and become a strong and capable leader.

Along the way, Yoko encounters various challenges and enemies, including rival kingdoms and dangerous creatures. She must also contend with her own doubts and fears, as she grapples with the responsibilities of leadership and the weight of her own destiny.

The Twelve Kingdoms is a compelling and immersive tale of adventure, fantasy, and political intrigue. The series has been praised for its richly detailed world-building, complex characters, and thought-provoking themes.

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