Here are The Best 10 Recommended Adventure Anime

Best 10 Recommended Adventure Anime

5| Katanagatari

  • Studios: White Fox
  • Genres: Action, Adventure, Historical, Martial Arts, Romance
  • Episodes: 12

Shichika Yasuri is a human weapon and lives in exile as the current head of the Kyotouryuu school.

One day, Shichika’s peace is disrupted by the arrival of the boisterous Togame that demands his assistance in her quest to collect twelve legendary swords. Slightly bored by his lifestyle and attracted to Togame’s ambition, Shichika agrees and they set out across Japan. Unsurprisingly, many other travelers are seeking these very same swords and the owners of the blades are hardly going to just hand them over!

4| Hunter x Hunter (2011)

  • Studios: Madhouse
  • Genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Shounen, Super Power
  • Episodes: 148

Hunter x Hunter subverts expectations by going against tropes associated with shounen and adventure series. Suffering multiple heavy blows and depicted as a youngster with talent but far from ready for the big leagues, Gon might be Hunter x Hunter’s protagonist but he is in no way comparable to One Piece’s Luffy or Dragon Ball Z’s Goku.

3| One Piece

  • Studios: Toei Animation
  • Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Super Power, Drama, Fantasy
  • Episodes: Unknown

By this point, Eiichiro Oda’s manga can make due without an introduction. This is the series that has dominated Shounen Jump for over a decade. From Pirates of the Caribbean to Errol Flynn’s swashbuckling adventures, fiction loves to romanticize life on the open sea and few are anywhere near as ambitious as One Piece.

The Straw Hat Pirates are family and we are not just talking about their rapport. With the anime approaching its twenty-year anniversary; audiences have laughed, cried, and rejoiced with Monkey D. Luffy’s crew. While Luffy’s end goal is to discover Gol D.

2| Made in Abyss

  • Studios: Kinema Citrus
  • Genres: Sci-Fi, Adventure, Mystery, Drama, Fantasy
  • Episodes: 13

What drives humans to abandon their family and lives to travel towards the stars or explore the ocean’s darkest pits? While the vast majority of us perfectly satisfied paying our bills and watching a bit of Netflix, there are people who yearn to be the first to experience something new.

Made in Abyss examines the hazards humanity is willing to face in its pursuit of knowledge. The premise is perfect; out of nowhere, a huge chasm opens up that delves deep into the planet’s depths.

Riko is the daughter of a famous adventurer who went missing over ten years ago. Suddenly, she receives a package stating that her mother is waiting at the bottom of the abyss. Aided by her amnesia-suffering robotic friend, these two children set out to do the impossible and conquer the abyss!

1| Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

  • Studios: Bones
  • Genres: Action, Military, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Magic, Fantasy,
  • Episodes: 64

Frankly, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is simply one of the greatest tales ever told and everyone owes it to themselves to give Bones’ anime a viewing.

Alchemy creating from thin air but functions on the Law of Equivalent Exchange, meaning that something of comparable value has to be given in return. Mourning from the loss of their mother, Edward and Alphonse Elric try to bring her back to life but the process goes terribly wrong. Leaving the former without an arm and a leg while the latter loses his entire body, the brothers set out to become professional alchemists to attempt to right their wrongs.

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