10 Animes on Otakus
You, who are familiar with the term otaku, know very well its meaning here in Brazil and its meaning in Japan. Yes, the term otaku has a different meaning from the original here in Brazil. In Japan there are otakus, but they are seen as antisocial and addicted to some hobby, ie it is a pejorative term for the Japanese, and also, many consider as a virus or plague. Yes, we list the anime about Otakus, and you check this guide somewhat differently.
Genshiken follows the life of a group of college students united by their hobbies, and the recurring trials and adventures in the life of an otaku. The story begins with the introduction of Kanji Sasahara, a shy and unself-confident freshman who, on the day of the university clubs, decides to participate in a club he really enjoys, genshiken. During his four years at the university, Sasahara goes on to accept himself for who he is and loses the inhibition and guilt he had and associates with the otaku culture, becoming an enthusiastic member of the club, and for a time, a competent club president.
2. Lucky ☆ Star
Lucky Star narrates the story of a group of 4 students, each with a unique personality. The main character of the plot is Konata Izumi, a young athletic and intelligent who despite this, is very lazy in school due to her love for animes, videogames and lack of interest for others. The series goes with the four main characters in their first year of secondary school.
3. Watamote, the
Kuroki Tomoko is a popular girl who has over 50 years of experience in dating with more than 100 boys… But, this all in the virtual world of the game Otome. In the real world, she is a simple 15-year-old schoolgirl who has all the qualities of a "Mojo". Despite the virtual experience, at school things are not going as she hoped, she is not as popular as she had thought it was, she casts a look at herself in the mirror for the first time in a few years, and has some shocking revelations.
4. 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.
5. Saenai Heroine No Sodatekata
Tomoya Aki, a boy who started working to earn enough money to buy a Blu-Ray anime box, meets a beautiful girl on the way home. As the producer of a doujin software brand, he models the heroine of his newest game after her. However, he discovers that a month after the girl is actually his classmate, and he does not know her name. He discovers that the girl-named Megumi-in fact, is hardly noticed by others. Tomoya also has no artistic skill or writing skills, so he asks Ace of the art club Eriri Spencer Sawamura to provide the art, as well as the student of Honor Utaha Kasumigaoka to write the scenery. Can they produce a decent game for Comic Market?
6. Pray in the Imouto
Kyousuke Kosaka, a normal 17-year-old student does not get along with his younger sister, Kirino. Since you remember, your sister always ignored you and it seemed like their relationship was going to go on like this forever. One day, Kyousuke finds at the entrance of the house a DVD of an anime called Hoshikuzu Witch Meruru. To his surprise what's inside is nothing more than an eroge called Imouto to Koishiyo. He then decides to try to find out who owns the DVD. On the same night, Kirino invades Kyousuke's room and begins the first decent conversation they must have had for years. She takes him to her room and admits that she likes Moe ~ characters, or rather, she mostly likes characters of the Imouto type. And so, the normal life of Kyousuke begins to crumble when Kirino begins to ask him for life advice.
7. Nogizaka Haruka at Himitsu
Yuuto Ayase is a very normal young student while Nogizaka Haruka is a talented young woman in practically everything she does. Beautiful, friendly, educated, she is considered the perfect girl where they study. This until the day when Yuuto goes to the library and discovers the Dark secret of Nogizaka: She is fanatical by anime and manga. Yuuto swears that he will not reveal to anyone this hobby she has and from that Nogizaka begins to walk along with Yuuto making him his friend and confidant.
8. Kyoushi Denpa
An anime adaptation of the manga that focuses on Junichirou, a young boy obsessed with mangas, anime and games. He was a young genius who published documentaries in the Newspapers of nature and science when he was only 17 years old. However, after graduating from college, he became a Neet absorbed by his blog of Animes. Unable to see Kagami throw his life away, his sister Suzune puts him to work at the Ichou Academy in which she studies. The Chairman of the Class Council, Koyomi Hiiragi, directs Kagami to his new life as a teacher.
9. Haiyore, Go! Nyaruko-san
The protagonist of the story is Nyaruko-san, a unformed deity called Cthulhu, who can take any desired form. Despite the name, Nyaruko does not seem very frightening, in fact, among the many forms available to him, the gods seem to prefer the appearance of a normal, beautiful girl with silver hair. So Nyaruko will find Mahiro Yasaka, a student chased by aliens, helping him in his desperate escape.
10. Denki-gai No Honya-san
The story follows the day-to-day of seven employees of a bookstore called "Comic Umanohone" that in addition to selling common books, sells doujinshis, manga, pornography magazines and games. Umio is the protagonist of history and is surrounded by six more very strange and peculiar coworkers the staff are very eccentric and each one has a nickname. The Umanohone store is located in the city of Denki-Gai or "electric City.
Identify yourself with the anime on Otakus!
In Brazil otaku is a fan of animes, manga, cosplay and Japanese pop culture in general. You can familiarize yourself with the characters of these anime if you consider yourself a fan in Japanese pop culture, good, this will surely happen. In anime we see many references of other famous anime, and when this happens the present feeling has no description.
Just being an otaku
These were the anime especially for Otakus. They expose certain anime that do not possess this theme, but in their history we find otaku characters! In the post 15 characters otaku US anime we have a special list and we still deepen on the term "otaku".