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Top 7 Most Underrated Anime's You Should Watch (Part One)

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We have picked some of the most underrated anime series that you might enjoy. These animes are highly praised and valued across the world. This is part one (view other parts).

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7. Texhnolyze (2003)

Madhouse Studio | Director: Hiroshi Hamasaki


Anime that explores issues of identity, power, and survival while following Ichise, a teenage warrior caught up in a struggle for control between cults, criminal syndicates, and the ruling class.

6. Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu (2016)

Studio Deen | Director: Shinichi Omata

Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu
Studio Deen

The Anime follows Yotaro, a gifted rakugo performer, as he negotiates the difficulties, rivalries, and interpersonal issues inherent in the ancient art form. It is a passionate but heartbreaking journey.

5. Hyouka (2012)

Studio: Kyoto Animation | Director: Yasuhiro Takemoto

Kyoto Animation

Oreki joins the school's Classic Literature Club and, alongside curious Chitanda, solves everyday mysteries, delving into secrets of the past while navigating high school life.

4. Monster (2004)

Madhouse Studio | Director: Masayuki Kojima

Madhouse Studio

A young man whom Dr. Tenma had spared turns out to be a psychotic killer, posing moral questions for the astute surgeon. Dark plots are uncovered by his search for justice and atonement.

3. Barakamon (2014)

Studio: Kinema Citrus | Director: Masaki Tachibana

Kinema Citrus

Depicts the life of calligrapher Handa as he moves to a rural island, where he learns valuable life lessons from the quirky residents, including a spirited young girl who challenges his artistic and personal growth.

2. Mushishi (2015)

Studio: Artland | Director: Hiroshi Nagahama


Chronicles the encounters of Ginko, a Mushishi (spiritual beings expert), as he travels through a world inhabited by mystical creatures called Mushi, helping humans affected by them.

1. Tatami Galaxy (2010)

Studio: Madhouse | Director: Masaaki Yuasa

Tatami Galaxy

Follows an introspective college student's journey through multiple parallel realities as he explores different clubs and social circles, searching for the ideal college life.

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