7 Best Martial Arts anime
Yes, my dear, best martial Arts anime. Many people think that the term martial arts comes from Japan and is related to traditional fights there, like karate, Judo… Well, of course it's related, but it's not about that, the term has Roman origins and refers to the art of war and everything about melee clashes, white weapons and ancient or medieval armaments. So, see the best martial arts anime aware of that.
7. Medaka Box
With a female protagonist, who could defeat the terrible egghead and unconcerned Saitama of one Punch Man with a sneeze… Yes, you can cry and swallow your fan pride, I did the same. You see, watching the anime we can see how strong this woman is, of formidable and attractive personality.
The story revolves around Kurokami Medaka, a girl of perfect physique, character and perfect notes, and Zenkichi Hitoyoshi, his childhood friend. In assuming the position of Student Council President, Medaka creates the "Suggestion box" (medaka box) to help all students in anything, even the impossible. Over time, Medaka and the student council will be involved in a conspiracy of centuries ago, battles against superhuman student and his anomalies. All for peacekeeping at the Hakoniwa Academy.
6. Shijou saikyou No Deshi Kenichi
This anime is like the Karate Kid movie-Oh, what a movie-only instead of a Japanese old man we have a schoolgirl, and instead of a delinquent we have a weakling. You can call the heroine of the anime Mr. Miyagi and Daniel-San's main… What a horrible comparison!
Kenichi Shirahama is a 15-year-old boy known to be the school weakling. He is always reading self-help books and is often screwed by other students. Your life changes when you know Miu Furinji, a new student who can fight very well. Upon learning of Kenichi's frustrated attempt to enter the school's Karate club, Miu tells him the Dojo where he trains. Kenichi is surprised when he will meet such a Dojo. There he finds the most bizarre and frightening figures he's ever seen. If that were not enough, he discovers that Miu lives in that Dojo and is the Grandmaster's granddaughter. The anime contains action, comedy and a Little romance. Comedy is about the scenes at the Dojo, with the Masters and the whole domestic mess beyond the bizarre training of Kenichi. The novel is evident.
5. Samurai X (or Rurouni Kenshin)
Yes, a samurai anime. Remember, what demands physical and mental preparation for combat, whether by hand clean or with white weapons, is considered martial art, even the box, capoeira and so on. This is a reference and also inspired the best live-action of all, if you haven't watched, see, it's almost mandatory to watch the live-action, and be sure to see the anime too!
For 10 years Kenshin wandered through Japan until he found shelter at the Kamiya Dojo, where young Kaoru Kamiya taught kendo in the Kamiya Kashin style (sword for Life). The wandering walk of the young Ronin had a purpose: the atonement for the countless deaths it caused during the Bakumatsu (end of the bakufu/shogunate) when it was a Hitokiri (Killer Shredder) at the service of Ishin Shishi (monarchists who wished to restore the Government to the hands of the emperor) of the Choushuu fief. At that time, Kenshin became known as "Hitokiri Battousai" (Battousai, the Shredder) for his great skill with the Battoujutsu, technique that in a continuous movement, draws the sword and perform the cut. Even with the victory of the monarchists who culminated in the overthrowing of the Tokugawa shogunate, giving rise to the Meiji Era, Kenshin, repentant for the countless lives he took, decides never to kill again. Even ending its long journey, the Ex-hitokiri will have to Brande again its Sakaba (sword in which the blade is on the back) to face new and old enemies.
4. Yu Yu Hakusho
The main character teaches us a valuable thing, be it delinquent and arrogant in all your life, when dying is worse! In Heaven no one will stand you, so to get rid of you the only way is to send it back to Earth… What a perfect solution! And toast you will have incredible powers, so you can participate in martial arts tournaments!
Yusuke Urameshi, 14, dies by preventing a child from being hit by the fact that Yusuke is a bad boy, until the spirit world was taken by surprise by the sacrifice he made. It was so unexpected that they had nowhere to send him, since the boy he saved wouldn't have died if he got hit. So Yusuke gets a chance to come back to life, he passes the test and becomes a spiritual detective, after which he starts to live an adventure behind another with his companions, either in an investigation or in a martial arts tournament.
Seriously, do not jugue the anime by the friendly and simple appearance. It could be the best martial art anime, except for the mandatory ones you already know. The style of animation reminds the same of the cartoon Samurai Jack, which although simple, is amazing. What about your soundtrack? Oh, impeccable. At that moment I imagine the general public fighting and wondering, why is this anime near the bars? Simple, just watch.
Shikizaki Kiki was a legendary blacksmith who forged a thousand swords in his career. The countries that obtained most of their swords also stood out in the war. When a certain shogun rose to power, he gathered 988 swords of Shikizaki, but ended up giving up before getting the last 12, which constituted the pinnacle of his career. Each of the 12 swords has priceless merits and powers, and a single man can destroy an entire army with one of them in his hands. 150 years later, Togame, a strategist of the shogunate, takes orders to gather the remaining swords. However, after being betrayed by a ninja and a swordsman, his last hope is Yasuri Shichika, the seventh-generation master of Kyotouryuu, a style of kenjutsu that does not use a sword.
2. Naruto (Saga)
Of course Naruto would be here on the list. As popular as Dragon Ball. Your universe has thousands of possibilities and your story could stay alive, even if Kishimoto dies the anime will not die… I'm not exaggerating, and I'm just putting the suits on the table.
Naruto is a child who lives in Konoha, the Ninja village of the fire country. When still baby, Naruto had a youkai, who in Japanese belief represents a monster, trapped in his body, the Bijuu called Kyuubi, by the Yondaime Hokage, to save the village from the leaf. Since then, Naruto is seen by many people as a monster, not only by the relatives of people killed by Kyuubi, but also by people who suffer from the nonsense made by him, who is extremely artmaker. Misunderstood, Naruto dreams of becoming a powerful ninja, and being named Hokage, so that he can be recognized by all.
1. Dragon Ball (Saga)
Not only Dragon Ball with the childhood of Goku-that nostalgic, I think I will watch again-but the whole saga created by the grid meste Akira Toriyama-do not know how this son of a mother will kill the Black Goku-. There are those who disagree, but just like the universe of Naruto, Dragon Ball goes beyond and expands the horizons-boot horizon in that, each villain stronger than another-, and yes, can be considered the best martial arts anime of all time!
The story of Dragon Ball tells the life of Son Goku, a boy with monkey tail, based on the Chinese legend voyage to the West, from his adventures as a child until becoming a grandfather. During his life, he participates in many battles with increasingly strong opponents, always seeking to increase his strength. In his travels, Goku knows several people, often creating a very strong friendship with them that help them to overcome the villains of history.
Yes, the best martial arts anime
Martial art is through techniques that physically and mentally prepare the practitioner, thus confronting his opponent more coolly and with programmed movements, like a dance, and being an art, is beautiful. Free hand-held techniques or medieval and ancient armaments are considered martial arts.
Like a dance, and being an art, it's beautiful (or not)
Let's assume, a samurai who practiced seven years to achieve perfection and an archer who practiced three months, then in combat, but the archer comes victorious, is that martial art? No, it's a robbery! With this story you can differentiate and understand martial art.