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20 Best Anime Romance Story in 2022


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Anime romance, at times, is the best kind of romance. Today, let’s looking at the list of best romance anime of all time. The list has been made by considering the anime with a substantial amount of romantic elements to them. This will aid in creating a different viewing experience for the hardcore and weekend days fans alike.

1. Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso (Your Lie in April)

Director: Kyōhei Ishiguro

Writer: Takao Yoshioka

Cast: Natsuki Hanae (Japanese); Max Mittelman (English), Risa Taneda (Japanese); Erica Lindbeck (English), Ayane Sakura (Japanese); Erica Mendez (English)

The plot of the anime is quite magical, a prodigy in piano, Kosei Arima plays beautiful piano melodies and is very popular among child musicians. The controversy that runs around him is that he can’t hear his piano playing when he has a mental breakdown after the sudden death of his mother. Will Kosei be able to play the piano now?

The background music and soundtrack of this show have the power to influence our lives in extra ordinary ways. Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso portrays this glorious message by its main characters and the quest they face to let go of their history and work hard to seize better days of their future. For sure, any true romantic fan would fall in love with the sound of puppy love ringing all through the series. The song is filled with both passion and gloom. This romance anime series is a must-watch for hopeful broken hearts!!

2. Akagami no Shirayuki-hime (Snow White with the Red Hair

Director: Masahiro Ando

Writer: Deko Akao

Cast:  Saori Hayami, Brina Palencia (English), Ryōta Ōsaka (Japanese); Josh Grelle (English), Yūichirō Umehara (Japanese); Ian Sinclair (English), Kaori Nazuka (Japanese); Jamie Marchi (English), Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese); Austin Tindle (English)

The series is adapted from the manga that Sorata Akizuki wrote and illustrated. The manga puts light on a youthful lady named Shirayuki. She is born with her red hair trademark that catches the attention of almost everyone she encounters. Unfortunately, this brings the attention of Raji, a prince, who wishes to marry Shirayuki. While she tries to flee from the country.

If the viewers are looking for a sweet and heartwarming love plot, then they should look no further. As that is exactly the romance between Shirayuki, a practitioner of herbalism with special hair color, and Zen, who is another prince of the Kingdom of the Clarines. There is no needless bickering or drama, plus the story’s flow and the character’s interaction is smooth and calming.

Will she be able to flee from her problems to reach a peaceful place or person?

3. Clannad: After Story

Director: Tatsuya Ishihara

Writer: Fumihiko Shimo

Cast: Yūichi Nakamura, David Matranga, Mai Nakahara (Japanese); Luci Christian (English),  Ryō Hirohashi (Japanese); Shelley Calene-Black (English).

Emotions are a strong thing; they have the power to overcome any modicum of reason and compel their emotional nature to surrender to even the ficklest of beings. Because of this, many times, those of us who pretend to be critics of different media fall short of our own standards. Clannad After Story is a series which is talked about by many viewers as “life-altering”. It is a show that held the hearts of the viewers who saw the show before it became a classic.

The plot of the anime takes place at Hikarizaka Private High School and there are glimpses of a fictional world all along. Well, you’ll have to watch it to know it.

Tomoya Okazaki is the central character of both the Clannad visual novel and also the anime series. It really is disconcerting how successful an appeal to pathos can be. This show has made its viewers cry at the endings of almost every episode. This show will definitely leave the viewers in tears and tissues. What happens in the illusion world is something unimaginable. Will the story turn out the way its supposed to?

4. Ore Monogatari!! (My Love Story!!)

Director: Morio Asaka

Writer: Natsuko Takahashi

Cast: Takuya Eguchi, Ren Katou (young) (Japanese); Andrew Love, Luci Christian (young) (English), Megumi Han (Japanese); Tia Ballard (English)

Ore Monogatari!!, also known as My Love Story, is genuinely what its title says. It’s a love story between two key characters, Takeo and Yamato. And they seem like a mismatch at first glance. At the same time, there is nothing that is similar between the two. Takeo’s appearance is like a professional sumo wrestler, with a massive height of 7 feet.

At the same time, Yamato is portrayed like a weak schoolgirl. However, the show is not all about appearances. Since fate binds them in this love story in ways that really offer the word ‘love,’ its significant significance. This anime takes a different approach to the genre of romance anime by placing a child as the main protagonist. Takeo Gouda is massive, daunting, and terrifying, yet he really does have a heart of gold. He may be totally unlike the normal shoujo boys, but he’s more kind and more romantic than most, which makes his love story something to lay eyes on.

The plot of the anime takes place in a high school where Takeo Goda, who is not good with girls as every girl he likes falls in love with his best friend. But one day he saves a girl, who falls in love with him. Will they love each other till the end or will his best friend make an entrance here too?

5. Sukitte Ii na yo. (Say “I Love You”)

Director: Toshimasa Kuroyanagi, Takuya Satō

Writer: Takuya Satō

Cast: Ai Kayano (Japanese); Caitlynn French (English), Takahiro Sakurai (Japanese); Leraldo Anzaldua (English),  Risa Taneda (Japanese); Monica Rial (English)

Sukitte Ii na yo (also known as Say “I Love You”) is an anime series adapted from a manga written by Kanae Hazuki. The series blends into the side of romance and suspense, as opposed to pure rom-com, because of the story involved. Where Mei is an awkward, shy girl with not even a single friend, Yamato is a popular, mass appeal and a laid-back guy with friends all around. The two of them are poles apart, but they somehow end up in each other’s ways, confirming that they attract opposites. Sukitte Ii na yo is a shining rock and is one of that unique old shoujo that are appealing to the viewers who are in the drama category. The series is one to get a taste of because of the way it portrays itself. Will the opposites attract for long or lose the poles they stand on?

6. Kimi ni Todoke (From Me to You)

Director: Hiro Kaburaki

Writer: Tomoko Konparu

Cast: Mamiko Noto, Daisuke Namikawa, Miyuki Sawashiro

Very rarely does a series crack the mold that its genre has cast for it, and far more rarely does it set itself apart from all the others. That’s the case with Kimi ni Todoke. It takes all the classic shoujo romance stereotyping and plotting devices and turns them on their head, leaving us with a thoroughly satisfying and revolutionary romance. The feelings and circumstances that have been introduced to us in this anime are real and strong, but not in an overly dramatic way.

Nobody has a torturous family life or a traumatic history, or some other circumstance that is always forced to construct a drama that could be best done by excellent characters and storytelling. The concepts are plain, slow, and full of the requisite blushes and aw-shucks moments. Like its gentle artwork and color palette, Kimi ni Todoke is the kind of show you’re going to sit back and relax, ignoring all the problems of your day.

The plot takes place at a high school where a 15-year-old, Sawako Kuronuma is made fun of because of the ring like appearance she carries. Soon it’s seen that is as sweet as a pie. The popular kid starts talking to her and a whole new world is opened for her. Will she be able to express her true self without being shy with the support she gets?

7. Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma (Emma: A Victorian Romance)

Director: Tsuneo Kobayashi

Writer: Mamiko Ikeda

Cast: Yumi Tōma (Japanese); Eileen Montgomery (English), Tokuyoshi Kawashima (Japanese); Ted Lewis (English), Taeko Nakanishi (Japanese); Erica Schroeder[7] (English).

Emma- A Victorian Romance is a series about an aristocracy member, William Jones. Unfortunately, he finds his heart in the hands of a maid. The story continues with the struggles they have to face because of the tension between the two groups. William’s family goes all out to make him fall out of love, but it comes off a bit like Romeo & Juliet. Of course, both William and Emma have a core character that gives them motivation when things get tough.

The show is a classic romance that managed to make itself different from the clichés that were already there in traditional anime. The series is set in 19th century Victorian London and appears genuinely authentic. The viewers are going to have a great time watching the shades of tan and brown on their screens. Will she be able to handle all the hardships in the way?

8. Nana

Director: Morio Asaka, Atsuko Ishizuka(assistant)

Writer: Tomoko Konparu

Cast: Midori Kawana (Japanese); Kelly Sheridan (English), Romi Park (Japanese); Rebecca Shoichet (English)

The background of this anime is like an endless white night. Things appear to be in constant movement; startings and endings held tightly in an endless sea of raining snow, there to fuse into one another. The forehead remains in endless twilight. The entire landscape portrays the frigidity of life rising from the frosty gales to the calmer ether, only to return to the stormier lands. Movement is not linear here.

In its entirety, NANA is purely dynamic, an explosion of emotional energy taking rounds, pushing, always in movement. The show is filled with discussions of destiny, limited time, and human relations. NANA thoroughly invokes the influence of pathos as a work, thus bringing “drama” to new heights. It is a true gem of romance anime only as it discusses various kinds of tenderness in a greater perspective than usual. There are more than a few sparks, but the most outstanding is undoubtedly Nana Osaki x Ren. This is the epitome of heartbreak, passion, and lust. Will you be able to handle all this at once?

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