7 Unknown and good animes (worth watching)
Yes, anime unknown and good, but worth watching, you see. Unknown in quotation marks right, always going to have an addict who knows at least one… That junkie is me, and maybe you too… Wow, only with these anime you can measure the level of addiction, the more anime you know, but addicted is. At these times I don't know if I'm proud or sad…
7. Robin Witch Hunter
200 years passed and people rarely hear of witchcraft in the present day. A recent social change in Japan led to increasing the incidence of the activities of the "Witches" wizards and as responsible for the situation, the STN-J organized a group of hunters in a desperate fight of life or death against the witches.
6. Phantom Boogiepop
Five years ago, a wave of serial murders stopped as suddenly as it started. While a month ago, a bright beam of light illuminates the sky over Tokyo, seeming to affect certain neighborhood teenagers who end up getting special powers. This is also accompanied by mysterious disappearances that seem to be reminiscent of the past. Could the urban legend of Boogiepop, the incorporation of death, be true?
Created and directed by Takashi Watanabe and Takashi Watanabe, Boogiepop Phantom (Boogiepop Wa Warawanai) aired on 2000 with animated studio Madhouse.
5. Speed Grapher
It passes in the dark Tokyo of the future, more than a decade after the terrible bubble war, where the world has been divided into a huge social inequality between rich and poor. Our protagonist Saiga, is a journalist photographer who has been assigned to investigate the mysterious Roppongi Club, a secret organization where shady transactions are carried out. After infiltrating the club, Saiga encounters a young mysterious girl named Kagura, who begs her to take her away. During their escape something supernatural happens, and Saiga discovers that Kagura is the daughter of the president of the mighty Tenouzu group, and priestess goddess of the Roppongi club.
4. Kuuchuu Buranko
Based on a book of the same title, Kuuchuu Buranko (or Trapeze) is an anime that gathers several tales of Ichirou Irabu, an eccentric psychiatrist who attends the most varied situations. His unusual behaviour surprises his patients throughout each story.
3. Hozuki No Reitetsu
Hoozuki is the advisor to the Great King of Hell, King Enma. Calm and sadistic, Hoozuki tries to solve the various problems in hell. However, he also enjoys spending his free time with his hobbies, how to flatter the cute animals and caring for the "Golden Fish of Flowers".
2. Pet Shop of Horrors
The story begins in a small pet shop in the middle of Chinatown. A place where people can buy love, hope and dream, which are personified in an animal that can take home. For a desperate soul, such creatures can mean the world. The price? There is no price to pay… You must only sign a contract presented by Count D, owner of this store. However, even the few rules presented in the contract may be more difficult to follow than one might think initially.
1. Aoi Bungaku Series
The series consists of six adaptations of modern classics of Japanese literature: Osamu Dazai is no more human (Ningen Shikaku) & Run, Melos! (Hashire, Melos!), the heart of Natsume Soseki (Kokoro Natsume Soseki), the Inferno screen of Ryunosuke Akutagawa (Jigoku Hen) & the Spider web (Kumo in Ito), and Ango Sakaguchi in the forest under the Falls of cherries flowers (Sakura no Mori no Mankai in Shita).
Unknown and good animes, but worth watching
I've been analyzing why these anime have gone unnoticed over the years. This is due more to the simplicity of the anime, adding the fact that they were little disclosed in the past, and not to mention that they are anime in some way ancient. It may be old, it can be simple, but everyone is good, worth your time.