Hataraku Saibou


Cells at Work!

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: はたらく細胞
English: Cells at Work!
German: Cells at Work!!
Spanish: Cells at Work!
French: Cells at Work!
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Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 8, 2018 to Sep 30, 2018
Premiered: Summer 2018
Broadcast: Sundays at 00:00 (JST)
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: David Production
Source: Manga
Genre: ComedyComedy
Themes: AnthropomorphicAnthropomorphic, EducationalEducational, MedicalMedical
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.561 (scored by 295178295,178 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #15102
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #307
Members: 603,094
Favorites: 2,195

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Animeby Graviity

Finding an anime that you can watch with your family can prove to be a daunting challenge, for newcomers and veterans alike. Even wholesome anime sometimes has that one awkward surprise shower scene, and plenty of action-packed shounen have a fight scene that goes over the top in gore.

Some parents aren’t going to be interested in the more ‘family friendly’ anime however, and instead would want something with deeper or more adult themes. It may also be difficult to convince parents to watch a particularly long anime due the large time commitment, and if they are unused to foreign content, a dub in their native language may be a must.

This stack contains a variety of anime series and movies that may be suitable to watch with your family; some are pure wholesome fun while others have more adult oriented themes. Two of the main focuses of this list was to avoid awkward ecchi scenes, and to be mindful of any references to Japanese culture or popular anime troupes that aren’t inherently explained in the anime. Either of these could leave a parent feeling confused and/or uncomfortable and could put them off of anime for good.
Only you know your parents! Please use discretion while choosing from this list! I hope you enjoy~

(Feedback is appreciated! If you feel like something is missing from this list, please let me know! Thank you~ :3)

9 Entries · Apr 17, 11:26 PM

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Animeby GanSan

We mostly watch Anime for enjoyment, but what if I told you there are Anime that entertain you AND you also learn something useful? This list features Anime that are entertaining but also teach you stuff that you could actually make use of in your life. From food to workouts and science, you will learn something!

9 Entries · Apr 21, 11:37 PM

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Animeby BePee

Animes that have great openings. That is it.

50 Entries · Apr 8, 11:57 AM

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If the other kind of Slice of Life is more drama heavy, of course there are light ones. The shows will make you feel comfortable, lighthearted, and giggle at the same time. These are the fun Slice of Life shows you might actually enjoy. If there's a rich-flavored cake, of course some people can enjoy or prefer plain vanilla ones.

30 Entries · Apr 11, 8:43 PM

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Animeby EnderVsqz626

Este fue mi primer año en el Desafío anual fue un año un poco estresante para mí en los personal pero logré completar el desafío.

Me faltó en la lista 8 animes ya que solo permite 50 que son:
1. Aho Girl
2. Akkun to Kanojo
3. Hashiri Tsuzukete Yokattate
4. Inugami-san to Nekoyama
5. Gunnm
6. Jingai-san no Yome
7. Tokyo Marble Chocolate
8. Under the Dog

This was my first year in the Annual Challenge it was a bit stressful year for me personally but I managed to complete the challenge.

50 Entries · Apr 16, 3:24 PM

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Animeby Mega_Mega

Anime with OP's, ED's, or insert songs sung by VA's from the show


Format:
Type -
[Character Name] (Voice Actor / Eng. Dub Voice (if applicable))

* next to a character name means the song is not sung in-character

tags: voice actor song, voice actor songs

40 Entries · Dec 2, 1:00 PM

10

This also includes anime with multiple seasons.

31 Entries · May 6, 3:39 PM

5

Anime with smol/cute main or side characters which you KNOW you feel the urge to protecc! There is one entry per series.

Warning: Some of these characters come really late in the series.

46 Entries · May 6, 4:22 PM

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A list of generally safe series that can be watched with family.

27 Entries · May 7, 8:50 AM

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These are some of the best titles for those who’re just getting into anime. These series have good plots/characters that make good introductions to the world of anime.

23 Entries · May 8, 10:12 AM

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must have a big brain to watch this

36 Entries · Sep 14, 10:18 PM

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Watch anime, learn things

8 Entries · May 26, 9:41 PM

7

Animeby ddsch

i accept other sugestions in the comments <3
(if you disagree, please also tell me here why)

38 Entries · Oct 29, 11:42 AM

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Animeby LouCatToenail

50 Entries · May 31, 7:43 AM

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Shows that make use of scientific methods/terminology towards their goals. Some entries may be more serious, others may stretch its use for vague concepts.

14 Entries · Sep 2, 11:17 AM

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Animeby cornonacob

Wait--you're telling me I can actually learn from anime???

Here's a growing list of my educational favorites

15 Entries · Jun 18, 12:48 AM

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34 Entries · Jun 22, 4:29 PM

5

Animeby ateks

Anime with lolis or cute girls as main focus or main characters.

48 Entries · Aug 31, 8:20 AM

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Animeby Deylin

Many of the best known shonen anime came out a long time ago. In some cases, they came out before some of their fans were even born! While there's nothing wrong with older series like Naruto, One Piece, Dragon Ball Z, and Bleach, shonen doesn't end or begin with those shows.

With that in mind, we're celebrating some of the amazing shonen series that have appeared during the past five years. That means that a few great series that still feel 'modern' will be left out, like Attack on Titan, The Seven Deadly Sins, and Haikyuu!! But don't worry, there's plenty of great shows that came after! Shows like The Promised Neverland, Demon Slayer, My Hero Academia, Dr. Stone, Jujutsu Kaisen, and more.

16 Entries · Jul 31, 1:32 AM

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Animeby bufi_

It only includes anime (series & movies) with an obvious difference from the real world in terms of the aspect of the world. Just having some dragons/monsters/etc is not enough as long as there isn't anything special about the landscape.

Sequels are not included (where there are more seasons and/or movies).

16 Entries · Jul 25, 1:27 PM

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