What are the best feel-good anime worth bingeing?

Would you believe that anime has existed for more than a century now? Anime has existed as early as 1917 to be more specific. The first anime export out of Japan came out during 1963 though. It all started with a little robot boy that could. Yes, we are talking Tezuka Osamu's popular manga series, Astro Boy. The mecha anime was a popular genre back then. The most popular one among them was arguably the Mobile Suit Gundam series. The arrival of Video Discs in the 80s and 90s allowed anime to reach more audiences across the world. The turn of the 21st century was not an easy time for anime as an industry. Financial struggles and the proliferation of piracy posed a great threat to it. Thankfully, the industry endured, pushed forward, and we're thankful that it did.

We've seen some really great anime shows like Death Note, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Of course, there were releases from the ever-popular Mobile Suit Gundam series. Now is as great of a time to be an anime fan more than ever. There are so many genres to choose from today, it's almost daunting. You have your popular shonen-type action and romance anime. Then you have other niche genres mixed in the middle. Sometimes though, you just want to something a bit more mellow, more toned down. Shows that inhibit a particular reaction or emotion that make you feel good perhaps. If that is the type of show that you're looking for, then we have just the thing for you. Check out our list below of some of the best feel-good anime worth bingeing and prepare for the feels.

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  1. 20

    #1Silver Spoon

    Silver Spoon

    Silver Spoon is a 22-episode comedy-drama anime show that follows the adventures of a Yuugo Hachiken. In an attempt to escape his stressful city life, he decides to enroll in an agricultural school. He's plunged into a whole different kind of life and learns a few life lessons along the way.

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    Jim Gao
    Written on November 29, 2019
    "This show was a complete surprise for me and I didn't expect to like it so much. It has more of a slice of life kind of vibe to it but it's definitely a good feel-good anime to watch."
  2. 13

    #2Working!!

    Working!!

    Working!! (Wagnaria!!) is a slice of life anime series which has 13 episodes and aired from April 4 until June 27, 2010. The romantic comedy anime follows the lives of the workers of Wagnaria, a family restaurant, and their antics.

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    $7.99- Varies by plan

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  3. 9

    #3K-On!

    K-On!

    K-On! is the anime adaptation of four-panel comic strip seinen manga written and illustrated by Kakifly. The first season comprised of 13 episodes and was released in Japan in 2009 followed by subsequent season the following years.

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    #4Bunny Drop

    Bunny Drop

    Bunny Drop (Usagi Drop) is a 15-episode comedy-drama anime series that came out in 2011. Daikichi, a 30-year-old bachelor finds out that his grandfather had an illegitimate child that unexpectedly appear at the old man's funeral. He decides to adopt his 6-year-old aunt and thus begins his life as a single parent.

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    Benjamin Richards
    Written on November 29, 2019
    "Being a single parent myself, I can't help but like this show. It's so real and relatable and that is probably part of its charm and appeal. It's a feel-good anime that is worth checking out."
  2. 2

    #5The Devil Is a Part-Timer!

    The Devil Is a Part-Timer!

    The Devil Is a Part-Timer!, also known as Hataraku Maou-sama!, is a 13-episode Japanese comedy anime produced by Sotsu and voiced by  Ryota Osaka, Yoko Hikasa, and Nao Toyama. The pilot episode premiered on Spring 2013.

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    $5.99- 1 month

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    #6Poco's Udon World

    Poco's Udon World

    Poco's Udon World is an anime television series adaptation which centers on Souta Tawara who returns to his hometown following his father's death. Upon his return, he finds out their family restaurant had gone out of business. 

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Summary

Best What are the best feel-good anime worth bingeing
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Silver Spoon TV Shows 20 Paid
2Working!!TV Shows 13 Paid
3K-On!TV Shows 9 Paid
4Bunny DropTV Shows 3 Paid
5The Devil Is a Part-Timer!TV Shows 2 Paid
6Poco's Udon WorldTV Shows 1 Paid
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