The Best Anime for Beginners (for girls)
Are there people around you who want to try out animation, but don’t know how to get started? Or have you always wanted to see it yourself, but didn’t know which anime was right for you?
Sallyanime is recommending some anime works from 2011 to 2020 that are suitable for girls who want to get started in the anime, can be quickly integrated into the plot, and can make people keep on stopping one episode after another.
1.Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day
2.Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun
3.Yona of the Dawn
4.Snow White with the Red Hair
6.A Place Further than the Universe
8.Kaguya-sama: Love Is War
9.Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
10.Kono Oto Tomare! Sounds of Life
Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day
Six childhood friends have grown apart over the years following the death of one of them, Menma. The original ‘leader’ of this friend group, Jintan, is currently aimless in life and it is at this point in his life that he starts to see Menma’s spirit. She states that he may be able to see her because of a wish she would like fulfilled but is unsure of what that may be. Due to Menma spurring Jintan into action, we will see the various paths the members of the friend group have taken over the years as they have matured, as he attempts to fulfill her last wish.
This film focuses on the friendship of the six main characters. Even though there were sorrows, those beauties were never erased… Watching them grow up with their sorrows and how they mended those wounds, the sincere and touching friendship combined with the famous episode made people cry.
Jinta Yadomi (“Jintan”)：Miyu Irino
Meiko Honma (“Menma”)：Ai Kayano
Naruko Anjo (“Anaru”)：Haruka Tomatsu
Atsumu Matsuyuki (“Yukiatsu”)：Takahiro Sakurai
Chiriko Tsurumi (“Tsuruko”)：Saori Hayami
Tetsudo Hisakawa (“Poppo”)：Takayuki Kondo
Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun
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Chiyo Sakura, a high school girl who fell in love with the unrefined boy schoolmate Umetaro Nozaki, decides to be courageous one day and asks him out. Her feelings weren’t conveyed properly, and before she knew it she ends up helping a particular job of his as an assistant… The series is a shojo manga boy comedy which centers around Nozaki, a high school boy that is a popular shojo manga artist, and has a story woven by very individualistic.
If you like a light-hearted, fun, schoolyard storytelling style, you must choose this one!
Chiyo Sakura：Ari Ozawa
Umetarō Nozaki：Yūichi Nakamura
Yukari Miyako： Ayako Kawasumi
Mitsuya Maeno： Daisuke Ono
Ken Miyamae： Kenta Miyake
Yu Kashima：Mai Nakahara
Saburō Suzuki：Mamoru Miyano
Yuzuki Seo：Miyuki Sawashiro
Mikoto “Mikorin” Mikoshiba：Nobuhiko Okamoto
Hirotaka Wakamatsu：Ryohei Kimura
Masayuki Hori：Yuuki Ono
Yona of the Dawn
Based on the popular manga of the same name by Mizuho Kusanagi, Akatsuki no Yona follows Princess Yona on a coming-of-age adventure as she faces the harsh realities of her kingdom. With only a mysterious legend to guide her, Yona must discover a way to restore Kouka to its former glory while being pursued relentlessly by the forces of the new King of Kouka.
Princess Yona lives a life of luxury and ease, completely sheltered from the problems of the seemingly peaceful Kingdom of Kouka; however, the sudden murder of the king and betrayal of her beloved cousin Su-won places Yona’s life in mortal peril. Forced to escape only with Son Hak, who is both her childhood friend and bodyguard, the naïve princess soon discovers that Kouka is not the idyllic place she envisioned it to be. Poverty, strife, and corruption run rampant, making reclaiming the throne nothing more than a wishful fantasy given the kingdom’s current state.
Son Hak：Tomoaki Maeno
Jeno ：Hiro Shimono
Son Mun-deok：Katsuhiko Sasaki
Snow White with the Red Hair
— TVアニメ「赤髪の白雪姫」公式 (@akagami_anime) January 9, 2016
In the kingdom of Tanbarun lives an independent young pharmacist named Shirayuki. Shirayuki is a plain girl, save for her shock of beautiful apple-red hair. Her stunning mane gets her noticed by the prince, but instead of romancing her, he demands she be his concubine. Shirayuki chops off her lovely locks, and runs away to the neighboring kingdom where she befriends a handsome stranger.
Akagami no Shirayuki-hime depicts Shirayuki’s journey toward a new life at the royal palace of Clarines, as well as Zen’s endeavor to become a prince worthy of his title. As loyal friendships are forged and deadly enemies formed, Shirayuki and Zen slowly learn to support each other as they walk their own paths.
For those who like dramas with a bit of a love story mixed in, I recommend checking this one out!
Zen Wistaria Clarine：Ryota Ohsaka
Izana Wistaria：Akira Ishida
Kihal Toghrul：Chiwa Saito
Raji Shenazard：Jun Fukuyama
Kiki Seiran：Kaori Nazuka
Mitsuhide Rōen：Yuichiro Umehara
Garack Gazelt：Yuko Kaida
©Kei SANBE 2015／KADOKAWA
When tragedy is about to strike, Satoru Fujinuma finds himself sent back several minutes before the accident occurs. The detached, 29-year-old manga artist has taken advantage of this powerful yet mysterious phenomenon, which he calls “Revival,” to save many lives.
The anime aired in 2016 with 12 episodes. This is a suspenseful, inferential animation with events along the way that will make you want to keep watching it all the way through, and there’s a soothing feeling that comes with watching it all in one breath!
Kayo Hinazuki：Aoi Yuki
Satoru Fujinuma (29-years-old) ：Shinnosuke Mitsushima
Satoru Fujinuma (10-years-old) ：Tao Tsuchiya
Akemi Hinazuki：Akemi Okamura
Airi Katagiri：Chinatsu Akasaki
Sachiko Fujinuma：Minami Takayama
Gaku Yashiro：Mitsuru Miyamoto
Jun Shiratori：Takahiro Mizushima
Kenya Kobayashi：Yuu Emoto
A Place Further than the Universe
Mari Tamaki is a second-year high school student who wants to make the most out of her youth but is usually too afraid to do so. One day, she meets Shirase Kobuchizawa, a girl who has been saving up to travel to Antarctica, where her mother disappeared three years ago.
The best thing about this film is that each character is very soulful, as if they were your classmates or friends in high school, and at the same time, they are very delicate in portraying the relationship, friendship and confusion about the future. In one sentence, it’s a light-hearted, funny and tear-jerking work of inspiration.
Mari Tamaki：Inori Minase
Shirase Kobuchizawa：Kana Hanazawa
Yuzuki Shiraishi：Saori Hayami
Hinata Miyake：Yuka Iguchi
Takako Kobuchizawa：Ai Kayano
Yume Sasaki：Aya Endo
Megumi Takahashi：Hisako Kanemoto
Dai Himi：Jun Fukushima
Rin Tamaki：Kaede Hondo
Nobue Todoroki：Kana Asumi
Gin Tōdō：Mamiko Noto
Chiaki Mukai：Masaki Terasoma
Hanami Yasumoto：Mikako Komatsu
Tamiko Shiraishi：Sayaka Ohara
Kimari’s mother：Takako Honda
Kanae Maekawa：Yōko Hikasa
Toshio Zaizen：Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
The animation produced by Kyoto Animation won the 5th Kyoto Animation Award, the only one of its kind to be awarded so far.
A young girl named Violet Evergarden, who has no self-awareness nor knowledge of anything, is searching for the meaning of the words that were once told to her by the people who mattered most to her in the battlefield.
After the war, she started a new life as an Auto Memory Dolls in the postal service. Go to different places, work for different clients, turn each other’s thoughts into a letter, and spread each other’s important words, so as to understand different feelings and love.
This is a work that is impeccable no matter the picture or the music, just looking at the picture or listening to the background music is a pleasure, and with every subtle, touching story, it’s hard not to like this work.
Violet Evergarden：Yui Ishikawa
Cattleya Baudelaire：Aya Endo
Gilbert Bougainvillea：Daisuke Namikawa
Iris Cannary：Haruka Tomatsu
Benedict Bleu：Kouki Uchiyama
Erica Brown：Minori Chihara
Claudia Hodgins：Takehito Koyasu
Tiffany Evergarden：Toshiko Sawada
Kaguya-sama: Love Is War
Student council president Miyuki Shirogane and vice-president Kaguya Shinomiya appear to be the perfect couple. Kaguya is the daughter of a wealthy conglomerate family, and Miyuki is the top student at the school and well-known across the prefecture. Although they like each other, they are too proud to confess their love as they believe whoever does so first would lose. The story follows their many schemes to make the other one confess.
Kaguya Shinomiya：Aoi Koga
Miyuki Shirogane：Makoto Furukawa
Chika Fujiwara：Konomi Kohara
Nagisa Kashiwagi：Momo Asakura
Yu Ishigami：Ryota Suzuki
Kei Shirogane：Sayumi Suzushiro
Tsubasa Tanuma：Taku Yashiro
Ai Hayasaka：Yumiri Hanamori
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
Ever since the death of his father, Tanjiro has taken it upon himself to support his family. Although their lives may be hardened by tragedy, they’ve found happiness. But that ephemeral warmth is shattered one day when Tanjiro finds his family slaughtered and the lone survivor, his sister Nezuko, turned into a demon. To his surprise, however, Nezuko still shows signs of human emotion and thought. Thus begins Tanjiro’s request to fight demons and turn his sister human again.
Nezuko Kamado：Akari Kito
Tanjiro Kamado：Natsuki Hanae
Zenitsu Agatsuma：Hiro Shimono
Kono Oto Tomare! Sounds of Life
The story focuses on the Koto club of the Tokise High School. Takezo Kurata, in his second year, is the only member left in the Koto club, after all the senior members have graduated. While he is trying his best to recruit more members into the club, Chika Kudo submits his application.
Satowa Hozuki：Atsumi Tanezaki
Takezo Kurata：Junya Enoki
Chika Kudo：Yuma Uchida
Kazusa Otori：Ayane Sakura
Suzuka Takinami：Daisuke Namikawa
Saneyasu Adachi：Haruki Ishiya
Ousuke Kiryu：Junta Terashima
Michitaka Sakai：Makoto Furukawa
Isaki Kudo：Nana Mizuki
Hiro Kurusu：Sara Matsumoto
Mio Kanzaki：Shouta Aoi
Sentaro Miya：Soichiro Hoshi
Tetsuki Takaoka：Yoshimasa Hosoya
Haru Kasugai：Yoshitaka Yamaya
Kota Mizuhara：Yuichi Iguchi
(This article is generated by auto AI translator.)