Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions

13 Best Kawaii And Cute Anime Series To Watch – Good Recommendation

Hey.all anime fans, I’ve been an anime fan for years now, and I’ve watched a lot of series, from dark and edgy action to a cute, heart-warming piece of life anime. We all know that sometimes we’re just not in the mood for drama, and we want to be reminded that there’s a positive and happy side to our everyday lives. And that’s all right! This list includes 13 of the best shows that can make you sit back and grin until your cheeks hurt, and let your heart melt in your chest like a marshmallow.

Best Kawaii And Cute Anime Serie

1. The Pet Girl of Sakurasou

Sorata is expected to take charge of Mashiro, a boy with a capable creative ability who is unable to execute the simplest daily tasks. Their encounters are as surreal as comedy, and their ambitions are unique to the genre. What sets Sakurasu’s Pet Girl apart from other names is how the other characters who are not the main pair are treated. In a way, they are both misfits with their own hopes and goals, and the crowd is motivated to cheer on all of them. The conflicts and partnerships they have with Sorata are brilliantly treated and interconnected. There’s a lot more going on in this film than just a friendship, which is really well done. Sakura’s Pet Girl is a perfect anime for everybody, not just sensual fans.

2. K-On!

K-On, man! It’s the typical life show showing a group of girls running a light music club. There are music-related stories in K-On! , and the music nerd in you will celebrate as you see real-life musical instruments from popular labels, most of the episodes concentrate on the personality of each girl and how they communicate with each other. Every character has his own peculiarities that you find ridiculous to the extent that any move they take is cute, or in this case, kawaii like Yui sleeping with her guitar named “Gitah” and continuously clinging to Azusa, or Ritsu mistaking Mio’s mails as love letters. Every episode is packed with the cuteness that you always miss about K-On! It’s about the songs.

3. Cardcaptor Sakura

Sakura is your typical schoolgirl who’s still full of life, gets bullied a lot by her big brother, has a caring father, a deceased mum, has a best friend with a strange obsession, and has a crush on someone who’s older than her. One day, she came across a book she saw in her dream, and when she opened it, the cards were enchanted, and Sakura inadvertently spread them all over the world. Keroberos stood before Sakura and told her that he was the protector of the Clow Cards, the magical cards of great strength, that Sakura had published. What are they going to do? Oh, Keroberos has called Sakura Cardcaptor, and it’s up to them to locate and recover the Clow Cards before they bring destruction to the world! For many older anime fans, Cardcaptor Sakura has a special spot in their hearts as maybe the very first anime they’ve ever seen. To others, Cardcaptor Sakura has led them on a variety of wonderful journeys with Sakura in her attempt to retake the lost Clow Cards

4. Bunny Drop

Bunny Drop is a far more emotional Anime than the other on this page. It’s not the usual kind of dumb, messing around, kawaii Anime, but it’s always as adorable and sweet as hell. This is the story of a thirty-year-old single man named Daikichi Kawachi, who, at the funeral of his grandparents, learned of the presence of an illegitimate child his grandparents had. Knowing the cruel plans of his family to send her to an orphanage, Daikichi agrees to foster this six-year-old girl named Rin. Rin is a gorgeous little girl (similar to Umaru-chan) who can captivate you and take over your heart. She’s a doll, encouraging poor Daikichi to be a good dad. And Daikichi himself is not going to fall behind. He proves to have a golden spirit, knowing from scratch how to be a father figure and a good influence on Rin’s life.

5. My Two-Faced Little Sister

Eat, sleep, play, repeat! That’s what Umaru Doma is doing every day after training. She’s perfect, bright, popular, and polished as a student. What nobody knows is that at home, she’s just the contrary. After practice, she wears her hamster hoodie cloak and makes it into a little spoiled and lazy brat. She does nothing at home except enjoy potato chips, drink soda, and play video games. Of course, when she doesn’t do all of these things, she probably bugs her brother and throws a tantrum so that he runs out to buy her a new manga book. That’s pretty much what the show is all about. It’s pretty easy and it’s pretty cute. You’re just going to fall in love with Umaru-chan and her playful view of life. This is the funniest kawaii anime I’ve ever seen and my personal favorite on the list. So go ahead and do it if you haven’t already done so.

6. Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions

Chunibyo, also known as a second-year syndrome, is a disorder in which teens feel, often after going to high school, that they hold magical abilities or think that they belong to a mystical world that does not exist at all. Yuuta Togashi was once a Chunibyo, and he knows what it feels like to be mocked all the time because of his illness. Yet somehow he manages to mature and even decides to attend a new school in the expectation that he can get a fresh start. But when he comes into another Chunibyo named Rikka Takanashi at his new school, he’s trying to help her out as he knows what she’s going through. But this, along with Rikka, takes him back to a lot of humiliating circumstances. ‘Love, Chunibyo, and Other Dreams’ is a wonderful anime that beautifully combines fantasy, science fiction, and romance.

7. Konohana Kitan

Yuzu, a young fox girl, appears in a quiet, friendly town with people and animal spirits alike. Supported by her guardian Bikuni-Sama, Yuzu goes up to a beautiful hot spring inn called Konohanatei to serve as a new attendant. At Konohanatei, Yuzu will be friends with other fox girls as they welcome and serve visitors — whether human spirits, animal spirits, or even gods — and help them heal their exhausted bodies and rejuvenate their souls with the refreshing hot water and soothing environment of the Konohanatei Inn. It’s just a cute-girls-doing-cute-things episode, except this time with a supernatural twist involving Japanese folklore-based creatures, it has a more intense feel compared to the happy-go-lucky shows we’ve described. Konohana Kitan undoubtedly has a lot of kawaii moments around Yuzu being used to working at the inn, meeting new people with a story to share, and engaging with the rest of the fox girls at the inn.

8. lucky☆star

Lucky BirStar is a slice-of-life show about four cute high school girls in their daily lives. Konata is a resident otaku, Kagami is the responsible big sister and resident tsundere, Tsukasa is the sweetest little sister in the world, and Miyuki is a smart, well-mannered, big-breasted girl. A Kyoto Animation production, Lucky Star, is another slice of a life show about a group of girls going through their everyday lives. The distinction here is that Lucky Star is all about otaku culture with 4th wall-breaking jokes relating to other animes (most prominently KyoAni’s Haruhi no Suzumiya no Yuutsu), gaming, and the usual life of anime fanatics in Japan. Konata, Kagami, Tsukasa,  and Miyuki take on common tropes such as the female gamer/otaku, the resident tsundere who, for some reason, could not get a boyfriend despite her pretty looks, the meek and clumsy little sister, and the classy, but incompetent, rich girl. Lucky Star does not stand the test of time and pop culture comparisons may become out of date.

9. His and Her Circumstances

Also known as Kare Kano, tell the love story of two seemingly perfect students who are actually extraordinarily defective individuals. Yukino Miyazawa thrives on affirmation and secretly believes himself to be the queen of ego. She meets the model student Soichiro Arima, who begins to take care of her and is determined to set him down immediately. Arima learns her lies, extorts her, exposes a different side of herself. They grow relationships and eventually romance. Together they grow to feel more comfortable with their true selves and to know who they are, at least with each other. The personalities of the offbeat, the two-faced main characters, and the special way in which they deal with their problems, differentiate His and Her circumstances from other shoujo romances. The romance in this anime is also credible and real. As a hint, the anime comes to an abrupt end, and you’re going to have to turn to the Manga to continue the plot.

10. School Babysitters

Ryuuichi ‘s parents died in a horrific plane accident, leaving him alone to take care of his baby brother Kotarou. But one day, Ryuuichi received an invitation from an elite academy chairwoman to be their guardian. There is a condition, however — Ryuuichi must make a stay by being a babysitter for the school faculty’s children. It’s kind of a cheap trick to mention an anime about cute babies in a mention of kawaii things like you’re keeping your baby sibling to convince a girl at school that you’re an attractive and gentle person, but Gakuen Babysitters is … um … actually that. Again, the list is mostly comprised of shows with girls-only casts … * ahem * It’s not because we’re downplaying the anime and Gakuen Babysitters haven’t painted these babies as naive angels because there are really funny moments when Ryuuichi has to take care of his baby brother while trying to deal with these little hell spawns from the school’s faculty.

11. Slow Start

The story revolves around Ichinose Hana, a shy girl who’s about to start her new life in high school. There she meets new people and new adventures, and maybe her new life will actually repair her introverted disposition. Slow Start is comparable to other life shows featuring an all-girl cast. Argue what you like, but these kinds of shows happen because Japan loves cute stuff and there’s nothing more adorable than seeing a group of girls does worldly daily things while doing something random like one of the girls is attracted to older women, particularly if they’re a teacher. Slow Start has the usual life quirks, but with a few yuri parts like the above-mentioned girl who is drawn to her teacher, so the anime can be watched for either the adorable girls who are harassing the student-teacher. Oh, and the quality of the animation is so good!

12. Yuri on Ice

One of the most acclaimed anime series of any genre in the last few years, Yuri On Ice focuses on a much-maligned subject — competition skating — and uses it to create a rich and resonant story of mentorship, romance, and discipline. As Yuri Katsuki, a young Japanese figure skater suffers the worst loss of his career, he returns to his hometown, wondering if he will ever compete again. That changes when his idol, Russian skater Victor Nikiforov, takes an interest in him and offers to take him to the top. The relationship between the two men was presented with amazing narrative delicacy. Don’t make a mistake: this is the story of two men who fell in love with the sport as the means of their friendship. Skating is the way characters interact, convey their feelings, and deal with the world. It’s quite a feat.

13. Lovely★Complex

I’ll say cute and good if I could describe the Beautiful Complex in two words! After all, it’s inside the sign. It’s an adorable and super cute romantic love story for comedy. Atsushi Otani, a high school boy, is a very small one, and Riza Koizumi, a young girl, is very good. In reality, their characteristics may not be a matter of their own, but they seem to stand out as a natural comedy couple as the opposite of each other in the same class. Otani and Risa are both fighting and moaning over their own illusions, being the opposites of each other. Interestingly, however, they have some features that only the two of them share. So this is a very sweet start, very cute, very funny, and, most of all, very cute.