Romance is the evergreen genre. Filmmakers have been using romance central to their story since time immemorial. It has worked in movies, tv shows and even in anime. With that in mind, today, I set out to find the best romantic anime that are available on Netflix. With the emergence of online streaming services, nowadays, people prefer watching movies sitting in the comforts of their home. Netflix, of course, has the lion share of eyeballs. So, if you are planning to watch a romantic anime with bunch of your loved one, you can just invite him/her to you house and turn on Netflix. This list consists of all kinds of romantic films: from love stories to sad romantic anime; from romantic comedies to heartbreaking anime. Again, here’s the list of some really good romance anime on Netflix.
10. Violet Evergarden (2018)
Look, ‘Violet Evergarden’ is not your conventional romance anime. Most of the anime in this list are not. The anime is about finding out what love truly means. It is a pretty decent anime with a really nice storyline. the experience is heightened by the beautiful visuals. I really like the character design of Violet. There are a total of 13 episodes in this anime series and each episode is about 23 minutes in length. The anime takes place in the aftermath of the Great War. During the war, there were lots of bloodsheds and the continent of Telesis has become separated into two factions. Now, that the war is over things are beginning to change and the continent is starting to flourish again. Violet Evergarden is a young girl who had lived pretty much all her life on the battlefield. She was raised for the very purpose of destroying enemies. But now that the war is over she does not know what to do. She starts working at the postal service after falling out with her adoptive family. there she witnesses the work of an auto memory doll whose job is to transcribe a person’s though on paper. It interests her a lot and she wants to become an auto memory doll herself. This job takes her on various journeys and adventures which will lead to self-discovery. Will she be finally able to decipher the words of the only person she held dearest?
9. Devils Line (2018)
Let’s now take a look at a vampire anime. ‘Devils Line’ is something which needs a niche audience to get popular I think. Don’t worry the ‘Twilight’ vibe it gives off won’t remain for long and the story gets somewhat interesting in the middle. One of the things that I feel the anime wanted to do and messed up is trying to go for the ‘Tokyo Ghoul’ feel. The anime came out the previous year and has a total of 12 episodes in it with each episode being around 24 minutes in length. Though the anime is primarily an action anime it also showcases a lot of drama and romance themes. ‘Devils Line’ takes place in a world where vampires seem to be living among humans. Their existence is known to none, not even the government. The main reason for this is that physically they are not different from normal humans. Also, they do not have to drink blood. But when their cravings go high or they get angry things can quickly go sour as they become vile creatures. Yuuki Anzai is the protagonist of this anime. He is a vampire-human hybrid. Tsukasa Taira is one of the main female characters in the series. She falls in love with Yuuki at the very first sight. She does her best to help reduce the suffering of Yuuki. It is sort of dark modern fantasy.
8. Toradora! (2008)