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Top 10 Isekai Animes You Must Watch 2022

June 10, 2022

Isekai anime is known for being inventive, entertaining, and heartfelt. The isekai genre has characters who are taken to alternate worlds and must find a means to survive while fulfilling a mission or quest. Action, contemplation, personal growth, and amazing animation are all part of the genre’s premise. so we made a top 10 isekai animes.

Top 10 Isekai Animes:

Number 10:

Combatants Will Be Dispatched! (1 Season 12 Episodes)

Top 10 Isekai Animes Combatants Will Be Dispatched!

Combatants Will Be Dispatched! is a comedy anime based on Natsume Akatsuki’s light book series, which also includes the popular comedy series Konosuba. Combat Agent Six is a member of the Kisaragi Corporation, an underground criminal organization that has evolved into an evil mega-corporation hell-bent on world dominance. This corporation also aspires to control other planets, and in order to accomplish so, its leaders dispatch Agent Six and his new AI companion Alice to conquer the next livable planet and its inhabitants.

It basically follows Konosuba’s formula, but without the charm. Perhaps because the anime is still new, or because the characters aren’t well established, or just because they aren’t as engaging. Furthermore, the comedy can be hit or miss for others because the sort of humour is not for everyone. Though I’ll give credit where credit is due, the anime made me chuckle several times, especially with some unexpected Konosuba references.

Genre: Action, Comedy, Fantasy

Studio: J.C.Staff

Author: Natsume Akatsuki

Number 9:

I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years, And Maxed Out My Level (1 Season 12 Episodes)

I’ve Been Killing Slimes For 300 Years, And Maxed Out My Level

We follow Azusa, who is reincarnated into a new world after overworking herself and dying at a young age. Azusa resolves to use the youth and immortality entrusted to her by the benevolent angel who gave her a new life in the greatest way she can think of — in contrast to her previous existence, she strives to rest and live the most relaxed lifetime she can.

It’s a cute premise for a show, and that’s mainly what this show is – charming with a dash of comedy thrown in for good measure. However, it ends up being quite typical overall, and there isn’t much to distinguish it as anything particularly exceptional.

Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Slice of Life

Studio: Revoroot

Author: Kisetsu Morita

Number 8:

Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear (1 Season 12 Episodes)

Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear

Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear is a typical isekai fantasy anime that really is adorable and playful. The protagonist is a lazy high school student who is taken into the world of a game she is playing. She is compelled to wear a bear costume, and all of her spells are bear-related, and her summons is, of course, cute bears. Yuna is really relatable and honest, which is one of my favourite qualities about her. Yuna can do a lot with her magic, but she still needs aid from others, and she develops a lot of relationships along the road. If you enjoy playful fantasy animation or slice of life, this is a must-see. This program isn’t perfect, but it’s one of my favourites. As an added bonus, the finale music is fantastic.

Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy

Studio: EMT Squared

Author: Kumanano

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Number 7:

Seirei Gensouki (1 Season 12 Episodes)

Seirei Gensouki

This is a little different from your typical isekai. Haruto, the main character, dies in a bus accident and is reincarnated as Rio, a child with his own life in the new world. He can’t deny that he’s Haruto, but he insists on thinking he’s Rio. As the main character matures, he faces numerous problems, some of which are due to his social class and others which are due to his reincarnation. I understand that it may not appear to be very exciting at first, but trust me when I say that it will hook you. We see the main character grow up from a youngster to a teenager to a young adult. Despite the fact that the confrontations are kept to a minimum, it is evident that the first season is just laying the groundwork for future narratives. I don’t want to give too much away, but this isekai is fantastic overall, and I wish it didn’t finish after 12 episodes.

Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Romance

Studio: TMS Entertainment

Author: Yuri Kitayama

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Number 6:

CHOYOYU! High School Prodigies Have It Easy Even in Another World! (1 Season 12 Episodes)

CHOYOYU! High School Prodigies Have It Easy Even in Another World!

This is a show that aspires to be “an adventure with loads of outrageous feats going on but as little exposition as possible,” and it succeeds. Even if ‘just about everything’ the Group of 7 and Co. do is utterly superhuman, you never find yourself “sweating the small stuff” because the show never takes itself seriously in this regard. It’s all about sounding fantastic’ and ‘tying itself together precisely enough that none of its “quite evident flaws” actually matter’ (despite its “zero-exposition” policy). Many people, I believe, are missing the point of this show at this time. It’s superheroes/super humans’ vs. ‘high school Isekai’ cross that aims to merge Magic/Fantasy with Modern-Day Realistic Tech (whether it is medical, physics, or capitalism) – and I happen to think it does an excellent job doing its ‘as a Shounen’.

Genre: Fantasy

Studio: Project No.9

Author: Riku Misora

Number 5:

Otome Game Sekai wa Mob ni Kibishii Sekai desu (1 Season 12 Episodes)

Otome Game Sekai wa Mob ni Kibishii Sekai desu

To begin with, the story appears to be in a classic Isekai manner, but as it blends in and unfolds, it reveals just how compelling the story can be. Even if our main protagonist comes across as strange at first, and he might also appear weak in parts, which is a little flaw, it’s not all awful.

What really stands out is the sense of mystery and intrigue that the show creates with its plot pieces. When it comes to twists and turns, a good anime knows when to use them. It makes you want to watch more or read the manga to find out what occurs next or what is going on. I think it’s done effectively here, with the idea that not everything is as it seems. It’s fantastic.

This is a fascinating and intriguing Isekai that could be even better, but it’s still a fantastic production that deserves to be seen. If you don’t want to watch the anime, you can read the manga instead.

Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Comedy

Studio: ENGI

Author: Yomu Mishima

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Number 4:

Arata Kangatari (1 Season 12 Episodes)

Arata Kangatari

Arata Hinohara is the protagonist in the anime. He’s been tormented and teased by others since middle school, and he’s formed an inferiority complex that he can’t shake. He immediately wished he could just vanish after overhearing his sole trusted friend make fun of him behind his back. The next thing he knew, he was floating in the air with a man with silver hair on the other side of him. A flash of light transports him to a new world populated by various individuals. It turns out that this universe has an Arata, and he has swapped places with him. This Arata has been accused of murdering this world’s princess, and he is now being hunted down. Arata, on the other hand, is innocent and must prove it. With the world in disarray, the deceased princess gave him the order to unite the kingdom and crown him king.

It’s difficult to say much about Arata Kangatari because the entire enterprise speaks more to the untapped potential than to anything that appeared on screen. The finale, like the rest of the series, served its purpose admirably. It was well-executed, and it was more loyal to the manga than it could have been in context.

Genre: Adventure, Fantasy

Studio: Satelight

Author: Yuu Watase

Number 3:

Problem Children Are Coming from Another World, Aren’t They? (1 Season 10 Episodes)

Problem Children Are Coming from Another World, Aren't They?

Problem Children Are Coming from Another World, Aren’t They? tells the story of three troubled children with psychic abilities – and a rabbit- in a weird realm called Little Garden, where you must win so-called “gift games” to improve your ‘community’s reputation or authority.

The story is told at a breakneck speed, so quick that you might not be able to keep up. Despite this, it was never dull. Every episode contains something new and unexpected. Several myths, such as Greek gods, mysterious creatures, and magical spirits, are shown in the story, though they have been slightly altered.

This series is excellent in general. With its limited ensemble of kickass characters, it’s at least exciting and odd enough. There is some fan service and dirty jokes sprinkled throughout, but the primary themes and concept are nicely maintained. In fact, most of the episodes have an intense mood associated with the games, with each of the critical characters receiving their own focus. And the badass main character Izayoi has both brains and muscle, which is the polar opposite of the usual harem male, who is wimpy and indecisive. It’s only 10 episodes so why not give it a try?

Genre: Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Supernatural

Studio: Diomedéa

Author: Tarō Tatsunoko

Number 2:

Kenja no Mago (1 Season 12 Episodes)

Kenja no Mago

In a nutshell, this story is about an ordinary salaryman being resurrected into a fantastical world after being killed for no apparent reason. Upon his reincarnation, he encounters one of the universe’s most powerful entities. When the protagonist forms a familial bond with this entity, he becomes tremendously powerful.

Kenja no Mago is very aware of what it is: an unoriginal plot delivered using average animation, sound, and other means, with one-dimensional characters. Having said that, it does an excellent job of not boring you. Shin, the protagonist, is a little dense, but not terribly so. It has its ecchi moments. Although it contains some gore and horror aspects, the general tone is lighthearted.

Genre: Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Romance


Author: Tsuyoshi Yoshioka

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Number 1:

Cautious Hero: The Hero Is Overpowered but Overly Cautious (1 Season 12 Episodes)

Cautious Hero: The Hero Is Overpowered but Overly Cautious

The story takes a different approach to the typical Isekai plots found in anime and manga. Listarte, the goddess of healing, is tasked with rescuing a fantasy world from its demon lord; the only problem is that the world has a problematic rank of S, the highest possible. Fortunately, Seiya Ryuuguuin, a perfect hero, is summoned by the goddess. Compared to any other prospective hero, he has impressive stats and powers. The only problem is that Seiya is far too cautious. Apart from the protagonist’s personality, what distinguishes this Isekai is how he progresses, training for days on end in the starting village and making no progress unless he is confident he can pull off a victory.

Overall, this show has largely appealing characters who are entertaining to watch, the animation is consistently superb, and this show gives great comic value. If you pay attention to the plot, you will notice that it foreshadows future events that will occur later in the show. This show is very easy to pick up and drop if it isn’t your cup of tea, and the story itself closes and ties up nicely. 

Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy

Studio: White Fox

Author: Light Tuchihi

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Where to Watch?

You can Watch the Animes on Different Platform Like Crunchyroll, Netflix, Funimation, Hulu, Hidive, and Bilibili.

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