They say never judge a book by its cover. But the first thing you judge is “how good” something looks…
It can’t be helped. We’re 70% visual, after all. According to Science.
An is nothing without beautiful visuals
The story doesn’t matter if you can’t stand how bad an looks. Because the whole concept of centers around beauty and eye-candy.
Without it – it has no foundation to stand on.
So with that in mind – here are some of the most aesthetically pleasing that will draw you in, from the VERY beginning.
Aesthetically Pleasing :
1. Land Of The Lustrous
Land Of The Lustrous is an series by Studio Orange. I’ve noticed only a handful of people talk about it.
Despite the high ratings on sites like MAL.
If we’re talking about recent shows (2018), The Land Of The Lustrous will take your breath away and have you panting for life.
It’s that gorgeous.
I’m surprised at how refreshing the animation is, and how stunning the characters are in general.
The background scenery has some of the most sharp details. Nothing goes unnoticed or ignored.
It’s a CGI . So that’s part of its visual charm.
But don’t worry – it’s not the CGI garbage you tend to see with a lot of shows.
This is the kind of series with CGI so good, it’s more likely to convert you than scare you away.
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2. The Royal Tutor
The graphics are really something else. Images don’t do it any justice.
But with that said – the itself is about 4 princes with their own “royal” tutor in the palace.
Vibes are similar to Assassination Classroom, in terms of personal development, life lessons and even inspiration.
But the animation quality in The Royal Tutor is much better and aesthetically pleasing with ease.
3. God Eater
This uses CGI animation, and the result is so refreshing compared to most shows.
I won’t claim to have watched ALL CGI , but God Eater takes the #1 spot for its impossibly good animation, realism, and graphics.
The fact that it’s a horror/action series only makes the “dark” scenes more grim and disturbed. Because it seems so surreal when you experience it.
4. Little Witch Academia
This is made by the same studio who did: . And like , the graphics are really impressive and fresh.
Not to mention was inspired by Gurren Lagann to some extent, so it’s no surprise why LWA looks so good.
And the best thing about this series? There’s no fan-service or anything else to ruin the fun.
It’s one of Studio Trigger’s most successful projects in the last decade, for good reason.
Orange is a lot different to the usual style of I’ve seen. Aesthetics and visuals have their own taste and flavors compared to your “usual” school series.
And the story is one of the most emotionally driven I’ve got wrapped up in.
It’s about Kakeru Naruse, a student who’s on the verge of suicide after his mothers death.
Guilt, shame, self-hatred and depression almost drive him to his own death.
But his friends with the help of a letter from the future… do their best to make sure he lives to see a happier day.
6. Terror In Resonance
Another impressive with solid animation, visuals and looks.
I’m not even the biggest fan of Terror In Resonance, but that doesn’t matter. Because if we’re talking about aesthetics, then this is so on point and hard to ignore.
On the surface – the claims to be about “terrorism” and that’s proven in the 1st episode.
But you’ll soon discover the story digs deeper than that, and there’s a reason to the madness.
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7. Snow White With The Red Hair
This is beautiful in almost every way. From the animation, to the background scenes, character designs and the romantic story that follows.
Not a single image or frame is missed with this beauty.
Annoyingly it reminds me of “Yona Of The Dawn” which you’ll understand if you’ve watched it.
But that aside – the visuals can’t be ignored here. And neither can the aesthetics and overall “feel” of the animation style.
8. Violet Evergarden
Released in 2018, there’s almost nothing that can challenge Violet Evergarden in a match of visuals.
Kyoto Animation is known for its gorgeous animation and visual quality in general. And the emotions expressed by each character here is only proof.
It’s what I call “flawless” for its aesthetics and art style. Not including this is a crime in my eyes.
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9. The Ancient Magus Bride
Released back in 2017, The Ancient Magus Bride takes animation to new levels of “breath-taking”.
Even by 2019’s standards, there won’t be dozens of shows much better than this for its visuals.
It doesn’t matter how trivial a scene might be. Or how “small” a detail is. The Ancient Magus Bride catches it all, and puts it on display to make sure you’re blown away when you see it.
10. Kino’s Journey: The Animated Series
Adapted from the original series: Kino’s Travels, the animation, quality and eye-candy has been engineered to please.
From the lush backgrounds, bright scenes, realistic images and tasteful art style.
If you love shows about traveling the world and listening to people’s unique stories, this is all you need.
No other does it like Kino’s Journey.
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11. Kabaneri Of The Iron Fortress
For an made by WIT Studio’s, not to mention the same studio who produced Attack On Titan, this shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Kabaneri takes cues from Attack On Titan, and applies its own style to give it something unique and special.
And that’s reflected in the ‘s story, plot, character designs and action.
It’s not as famous as AOT, but it doesn’t need to be.
It stands on its own 2 feet, in almost every way possible.
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12. The Garden Of Words
Nothing in the history of has ever looked this good.
The Garden Of Words was released years ago, and nothing comes close. Even in 2019.
The rain drops, concrete and every other detail is impossibly realistic. It’s almost as if you’re watching a “real life” movie come to life.
And the main characters don’t even make sense (meaning they’re so realistic it’s hard to wrap your head around).
Not the best movie, but the aesthetics can’t be challenged. It’s in a league of its own.
13. Puella Magi
is the most successful magical girl series to date (except for , Precure and Yuki Yuna).
It’s officially one of the darkest shows ever made, too. Aside from the new magical girl show: Spec Ops Asuka.
On top of the interesting character designs and the impossible “hair that defies gravity”, it’s a gorgeous series.
Somehow it manages to blend “-ish” character designs, with sharp and solid animation… And some dark atmosphere to top it all off.
The series deserves all the hype it gets if you ask me. And the visuals don’t slack off, either.
14. Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid
Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, produced in 2017 by Kyoto Animation.
As you’d expect – it was one of the best that year had to offer.
One stand-out trait is the visuals, but that’s typical of Kyoto Animation anyway.
It’s got the “aesthetics” part down. Because the looks good from all angles.
The stupid yet hilarious comedy, and the sometimes ridiculous fan-service only makes this more enjoyable, as well.
Kyoto Animation does it again with this gorgeous looking series.
There are 4 personalities in Hyouka:
- The laid back, lazy guy who’s smart but prefers to be introverted.
- The curious girl.
- The straightforward character.
- The humble guy who see’s himself as “average”.
All 4 characters work together to solve mysteries, even if it means “making up” mysteries on the spot. To give them an excuse to solve something.
It’s a thought provoking show in its own way, and each personality adds their own “spice” to the story.
It helps that it looks good, too. With fan-service being non existent (except for that 1 episode).
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Produced by Shaft Studios (like ), Bakemonogatari is a large part of many “separate” series that bind together.
The themes are:
It’s an odd series, but the visuals as expected by Shaft are something else.
Most seasons of the series have some nice aesthetics, too.
17. Yona Of The Dawn
Produced by Studio Pierrot, the same studio behind:
- Tokyo Ghoul.
Yona Of The Dawn is a romance/supernatural series with half as much action as .
One thing you’ll appreciate other than the aesthetics, is the witty humor and the “seriousness” of the story.
Somehow none of those 2 elements get in the way of each other. It does the total opposite.
The only thing it lacks is a 2nd season, and maybe more action and depth to the protagonist.
Otherwise it’s become one of my favorites, and you’ll love it if “aesthetics” matters to you.
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Theo J Ellis
I'm the Founder of Anime Motivation. Featured as a judge in Crunchyroll's 2021 anime awards. The 1st anime I watched was Dragon Ball Z. I've seen 100's since then, with Saiki K being one of my all time favorites.
Top 10 Most Aesthetic Anime Girls
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Anime have always been very pleasing to watch. Whether you're watching a thriller anime or a romantic one, it suits your mood the best. Anime also gives us the urge to have our own Aesthetics. There are many characters we just like for being aesthetic. The first thing you as a web should know that Anime is all widespread animation. It is a very simple, yet sophisticated art which drives people crazy for being super cool and attractive. Here, is the list of the Top 10 Most Aesthetic Anime Girls.
1. Yumeko Jabami From Kakegurui
Yumeko Jabami, the queen of Hyakou Private Academy. Yumeko is a fun and loving girl outside. She seems very sweet but has no regard for human life whatsoever. Her aesthetic seems strong and seductive.
2. Hinata Hyuga From Naruto
Hinata Hyuga, the all-powerful ninja but still a timid girl inside. Her aesthetic is all strong but cute at the same time. Hinata was a girl who lacked self-confidence at first. But she later grew up and changed her outlook about herself and happened to be the best ninja ever.
3. Kaori Miyazono From Your Lie In April
Here you see a very soft aesthetic girl Kaori Miyazono from "Your Lie In April". She is a decent and kind person who falls for Kosei Arima. Her aesthetic gives very flowery and fruity vibes.
4. Mikasa Ackerman From Attack On Titan
Mikasa Ackerman, the boss woman of the all-famous show Attack On Titan. Mikasa even though is soft by heart she has a very fierce look. She can literally shred you to pieces with one glare. Her aesthetic is more of a fierce look.
5. Sakura Kinomoto From Cardcaptor Sakura
Sakura Kinomoto is a little girl with a big secret: she's a Cardcaptor. This job was entrusted to her by the great magician. She is a very sweet and cute little girl. And so is her aesthetic.
6. Runa Yomozuki From Kakegurui
Runa Yomozuki, a member of the student council of Hyakkou Private Academy. A short height cute little girl with a bruh personality. She is in love with herself and lollipops. Her aesthetic is very different from what you'll see on most of the anime characters.
7. Misa Amane From Death Note
Misa Amane here. One of the hottest characters in the history of the Anime world. Avery red and fiery aesthetic. She is a fashion icon for many female anime viewers.
8. Kiyoko Shimizu From Haikyuu
Kiyoko Shimizu, the manager of the Karasuno Volleyball team and the heartthrob of all the boys in Haikyuu. She drove Tanaka and Nishinoya crazy. She has pretty eyes and a perfect body. She is the ideal example of hot and cute at the same time. Her aesthetic is liked by a lot of web fans.
9. Sakura Haruno From Naruto
Has it ever been Naruto without Sakura Haruno. She is the soul of the show. Her strong character is liked a lot by people. Her pink aesthetic is very cute.
10. Seishun Buta Yarou From Bunny Girl Senpai
Well! Seishun is a blessing to our eyes. The way she can act all cute and still doesn't disappoint to show us the sexy side of hers is unexplainable. She has a very strong yet cute vibe.
Anime is all about being aesthetic. If you are an artistic person, Anime Aesthetic may be pleasing to your eyes.
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Animecore is an aesthetic revolving around the visual culture of Japanese anime and manga. Often glorifying Japanese animation styles prevalent in the 1990s through early 2000s as well as "VOCALOID," a musical computer software that uses anime visuals. Animecore tends to overlap with other aesthetic genres, like Cartooncore, Vaporwave, Webcore, Cyberpunk or Scene, due to Animecore's rise in reaction to "cringe culture" that is increasingly prevalent on the internet.
Animecore is not anime itself, but rather the images consumed outside the context of the stories anime is conveying. The aesthetic culture here is the Western fans of the Japanese genre, rather than the artistic environment within anime, which can encompass multiple aesthetics.
Frequent motifs are "Magical Girl Anime", such as Sailor Moon, Cardcaptor Sakura, Tokyo Mew Mew and other anime, like Lucky Star, VOCALOID song PVs, anime-related YouTube videos from 2007-2012, pastel manga edits, Touhou, gaudy Blingee-esque edits and frequently stolen and edited art from the early 2000s that was often parallel to Scene and Emo culture. Ball-jointed dolls and anime figures are also popular. Sometimes, distortion methods are used to lower image quality to replicate the look of many old web artifacts.
The primary visual of Animecore is Moe characters, who evoke feelings of affection within viewers. They are always young girls with large eyes, colorful and distinctive hairstyles, and kawaii outfits such as school and maid uniforms.
Images of bedrooms cluttered with anime merchandise, such as posters, figurines, and banners show the simultaneously obsessive and cozy feelings that Animecore conveys.
Animecore fashion is normally centered around either a particular anime or around the anime aesthetic in general.
Here are some examples of Anime fashion, non-cosplay:
- Anime graphic tops and bottoms
- Sailor uniforms
- Maid dresses
- Pleated skirts
- Layered tulle skirts
- Loose leg warmers
- Printed thigh highs
- Stripe socks
- Platform shoes
- Plush animal ears
- Colorful hairpins
- Scrunchies with kawaii motifs
- Kandi featuring anime themes
- Circle lens
- Big eye makeup
- Anime-style blush
- Otherwise wearable anime merch (necklaces, badges, keychains, etc)
Itasha is a subculture of car culture, where people will decorate their cars that are themed after different anime, manga and video game characters. Itasha can also extend to motorcycles (which is referred to as itansha), bicycles (which is referred to as itachari), aircraft, computer cases, bags (which is referred to as itabag) and consumable automotive products. The Itasha aesthetic has even extended to the world of motorsports (see below in the gallery).
Yandere is an Anime offshoot of Lovecore, based on the anime character trope "Yandere." Yandere characters in anime are characterized as violent and unhealthily obsessive towards love interests. They are frequently described as lovesick or mentally ill.
External links to help get a better understanding of this aesthetic.
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