10 best animes Day to day/daily life/Slice of Life
No more tense anime! Let's go to something more uncompromising with the best anime from day to day, daily life or to the connoisers of this genre, Slice of Life. Could these be the best of all time? Who knows. In recent years we have had many good anime with this uncompromising footprint, so you will see beautiful new anime!
10. Hyman: Himouto! Umaru-chan
A brothers comedy about Umaru, Taihei's little sister who is beautiful and also exceptional in studies and sports. However, at home she becomes the "Himouto", a lazy girl who just wants to know to play and eat.
9. Tanaka-kun wa itsumo kedaruge
Tanaka is a high school student, he is quite lazy and does not want to do anything. He likes to sleep during classes and prefers not to move to save energy. One day he meets his classmate, Ota, which is exactly the opposite. Ota is energetic and leader in the class. He becomes Tanaka's friend and tries to get him to start moving.
Kaizaki Arata, an unemployed 27-year-old who has failed in every job interview since he resigned from his last job. His life changes when he meets Yoake Ryou of the Relife Research Institute, which offers him a drug that can change his appearance to that of a 17-year-old. Kaizaki Arata becomes guinea pig of this experiment for a year, and begins his new life as a high school student.
7. Non non Biyori
Hotaru Ichijou moved with his parents from Tokyo to the interior of the country. Now, she has to adapt to her new school, where there are a total of 5 students in the same class ranging from high school to elementary school.
6. Hanasaku Iroha
Matsumar Ohana, a 16-year-old girl, will live in Tokyo and start working in a hot Springs hotel located on a mountain surrounded by cherry blossoms. The story features other girls who are also looking for their dreams.
5. Usagi Drop
What would you do if you found out at your grandfather's funeral, that due to that "blue pill" (Usagi drop) He had a son out of wedlock? Because the 30-year-old bachelor, Daikichi, was shocked. But he was even more shocked to see that the rest of the family was despising the poor, helpless girl who had nothing to do with it. Then in a rage attack, Daikichi decides to take care of little Rin, and that is the beginning of a great change in her life.
4. Natsume Yuujinchou
Natsume Takashi secretly maintains his ability to see spirits, but when he receives a book of inheritance from his late grandmother, he discovers why the spirits are always close to him. The book contains the name of these spirits, and by possessing it a contract between them and the owner of the book is done. Now Natsume is determined to release them, undoing the contracts.
After punching a famous calligrapher, the young and beautiful calligrapher Handa Seishu exiles on a small island. As someone who has never lived outside a city, Handa has to adapt to his new eccentric neighbours, like people who travel the tractor, unwanted visitors who never use the front door, annoying children who use their home as amusement park, Etc. Can this guy handle all this nonsense? Discover it on this eccentric comedy island and full of innocence and laugh!
2. Gin in the Saji
Yugo Hachiken dreams of a life separated from his family, so he takes the initiative to enroll in an agriculture school. Raised as a city boy, he is forced to discover the inconvenient truth about agricultural life.
The story features ubiquitous creatures called Mushi that often present supernatural powers. Mushi are described as beings in contact with the essence of life in its most basic and pure form. Due to its ephemeral nature, most humans are unable to perceive the Mushi and are obliviic to their existence, but there are some who possess the ability to see and interact with such beings. One of these people is Ginko, the main character of the series. He employs himself as a "Mushishi" (term given to people who possess the ability to see Mushi) traveling from one place to another to research mushi and help people suffering from problems caused by them. The series is an anthology of episodes in which the only elements in common between the episodes are Ginko and the various types of Mushi. There is no overaring plot.
Yes, the best anime from day to day or Slice of Life
A lot of people think that anime from day to day aren't worth watching. With this list, the best day-to-day anime, you'll see that this is a misconceptions of the majority. Mainly the anime Mushishi, which is taken as the favorite of many people, passing through to the relentless FMA: Brotherhood (I am not asserted, but many people consider it), is, can believe, is not little thing, and not forgetting the other anime of this list.
Go, let yourself be carried away, live at random