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That anime that just makes you feel happy and warm inside? Whether it’s from the genre it’s a part of, comfort or just the overall feel of the anime!
Mine would have to be Amanchu, but what’s yours?

basically a thread to appreciate your favourite soft anime 😋
 
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Nov 6, 7:54 PM

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Don't know if it's soft or not but Urusei Yatsura makes me forget all the worries. You can't feel sad when watching it, you will smile immediately.
"Even if there's a wide world and stories
beyond the main focus, I don't think
it's necessary to end with the protagonist having
been involved in everything." - Yagi Norihiro
 
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Nov 6, 8:03 PM
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Either Aria or Yuru Camp for me. I can throw any episode of either one of these on and all my worries just seem to dissipate. ^_^
 
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Nov 6, 8:06 PM

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Jewelpet. I rewatch episodes from time to time, and it is as good at cheering me up as My Little Pony is.
 
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Nov 6, 8:06 PM
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Its gotta be Now and Then, Here and There
 
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Nov 6, 8:10 PM

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I just watch anything from the slice of life genre that has mostly female protagonists and I'll be in a better mood. I avoid watching anime over again so I don't have any particular go-to anime, but there are genres I watch a lot more often than others and for different reasons.

I definitely wouldn't trust an 80s OVA to help me deal with a hard day but if I'm already feeling good that day then throwing one on could be a fun way to pass the time. Idols and magical girls tend cheer me up.
 
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Nov 6, 8:12 PM

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Kiki's Delivery Service is my #1 go to for cheering up. If I need a quick dose clips from How To Keep a Mummy will also do nicely.

Trigun is the complete opposite of a good feel-good anime or especially manga in spite of how silly it can get especially in its first half, but the moé I get from Vash is enough to get me through anything. Just thinking about him, not subjecting myself to the feels train that is Trigun and especially Trimax. Or at least watching one of the early pre-Cerebus syndrome episodes of the anime, since it's like a warm blanket of nostalgia and moe.
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Nov 6, 8:15 PM
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-Wataten
-Dragon Maid
-(Believe it or not) My Hero Academia
-Beyond The Boundary
-Free!
-Love, Chunibyo
 
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Nov 6, 8:33 PM

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Love Live School Idol Project + Sunshine. (*≧▽≦)



And there are Aria Series, Nichijou, Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai, K-On!, Tamako Market, Non Non Biyori, Girls und Panzer, Kiniro Mosaic and Tamayura. ( ´ ▽ ` )ノ
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Nov 6, 8:40 PM

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Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Lucky Star
 
Nov 6, 9:04 PM

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any good SOL comedy, or Iyashikei
but... also
Natsume Yuujinchou
 
Nov 6, 9:25 PM
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gintama for sure
amazing show with great comedy, really calms you down when stressed
 
Nov 6, 9:26 PM

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Gintama for sure

Original Dragon Ball (always brings my mood up)

Boku no hero to an extent
 
Nov 6, 9:33 PM

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I sometimes re-watch Himegoto; it is a guilty pleasure, but very pleasurable indeed. Hime is just so cute when he's getting violated or humiliated.

Sexual molestation can indeed be such a wonderfully cute and holesome form of entertainment.


It is obvious that "obscenity" is not a term capable of exact legal definition; in the practice of the courts, it means "anything that shocks the magistrate".

— Bertrand Russell
 
Nov 6, 9:34 PM

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Anything that's romance SoL comedy combines tbh




"O kawaii koto"
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Nov 6, 9:38 PM

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I looked up through my list and I noticed I don't have, lmao.

Probably will be the lighter arcs of One Piece, because I love the feeling of adventure the pre timeskip brought.

Maybe Hyouka and NichiBros as well.
 
Nov 6, 9:41 PM
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Mostly SOLs are my go to, but my favs are:
Barakamon
Natsume's Book of Friends
Tanaka-kun is Always Listless
 
Nov 6, 9:44 PM

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if i just need some warm and fuzzy feels..

sakura quest
a place further than the universe
toradora
pet girl of sakurasou
yuru camp

if i need a good laugh..

aho girl
asobe asobase
 
Nov 6, 9:47 PM

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Tsurezure Children

Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun

I've only seen one ep of Acchi Kocchi but it was so delightful.



 
Nov 6, 10:36 PM

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Yuru Camp and the Ghost Stories dub are always my go-to if I don't feel like watching anything serious.
Stay Strong, KyoAni.
 
Nov 6, 10:42 PM

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For that comfy happy feeling I don't actually have one but I'd usually just watch a soothing, wholesome slice of life

If I need to laugh then baka to test, saiki kusuo and konosuba
 
Nov 6, 11:45 PM

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I don't feel the need for such a "go-to" in my life, but as for anime which do that, K-ON! and Chihayafuru make me ridiculously happy.
 
Nov 6, 11:50 PM

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Probably Non Non Biyor, just a very soothing and calming anime after a long day.
 
Nov 6, 11:58 PM

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Nyanko Days, Fairy Tail, Konosuba and Seto no Hanayome all fit that bill. Reason why I put them under my favourites list.
 
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I rarely rewatch anime but I feel that machikado mazoku is the one SOL show I could watch over and over again
 
Nov 7, 12:30 AM
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LOVE LIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Nov 7, 2:33 AM

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GochiUsa, YuruYuri and Kiniro Mosaic.
 
Nov 7, 3:40 AM
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Probably either dragon maid or nanbaka. Both are great shows.
 
Nov 7, 5:51 AM

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Not in order

Youjo senki
Alderamin
Overlord
And random hentai.
 
Nov 7, 6:31 AM

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Saiki Kusuo for laughs. Tonari no Seki-kun for cuteness.

Sphinxter said:
holesome
Dude, why?
 
Nov 7, 6:45 AM
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Watching an episode of Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san just makes my day
 
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operationvalkyri said:
Saiki Kusuo for laughs. Tonari no Seki-kun for cuteness.

Sphinxter said:
holesome
Dude, why?
There is very little cuter than a cute trap that turns exquisitely cute when being sexually molested, of course.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZv9sRaau_I#t=1m01

If the cuteness of a thousand traps were to burst at once into the skies, that would be the splendor of the mighty one.


It is obvious that "obscenity" is not a term capable of exact legal definition; in the practice of the courts, it means "anything that shocks the magistrate".

— Bertrand Russell
 
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That would be Aria; two episodes and all worries are gone.
 
Nov 7, 8:59 AM

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Ah, yes, feel good anime, also known as iyashikei

Mines would be these :
- My roommate is a cat
- Usagi Drop
- Barakamon
- Hitoribocchi No oo Seikatsu
- Sewayaki Kitsune Senko-san
- Kiki's delivery service
- Tonari no Totoro
- Ponyo
- Omoide Poroporo
- Senryuu Shoujo

Anime like Mushishi, Natsume Yuujinchou or 3-gatsu no Lion could also be included in this genre, but they also hit your feels very often with some damn sad moments, I wouldn't call that a feel good experience then
And then, God missed a step of his stairs
 
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Aria
Non non biyori
k-on
Yama no susume
Yuru camp
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Nov 7, 7:52 PM

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I like Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan. Always makes me smile.
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Nov 7, 9:33 PM
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Wataten!, Anne Happy♪, Endro~!, When I want to take away the bitter taste of life, YuruYuri <3
 
Nov 7, 9:37 PM
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Aria, or any iyashikei for that matter.
:)
 
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there is a special class of anime I refer to as Brain-Bleach, These few anime can also be more referred to as iyashi-kei or healing happiness for me is about dispelling worry and the like for this you can go to works like Aria The Animation, Yuyushiki, yokohama kaidashi kikou and I would say not very many others. I think the healing qualities of an anime are subjective and sometime you need something more smothering to stamp out the worries that life brings.
 
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Happy sugar life..... Joke
Non non biyori, peaceful anime series
 
Nov 7, 11:00 PM
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Among my favorite animes are cults like: Akira and ghost in the shell. Some of school novels with powers like: Rakudai kishi no calvary, Absolute duo, Gakusen Toshi asterisk and Taimadou Gakuen. He also had some sports like Eyeshild 21 and Air Gear. Some of romance like: Kaichou wa maid sama, Itazura na kiss, White album 2 and Dome X kano. I can't forget about the youngest anime I've ever seen: Love Live. And I can't forget about H.O.T.D. who made it back to the anime world after a while away from the lively works of the Japanese lands.
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Nov 7, 11:04 PM
im already there

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Yuri!!! on Ice. Not really an iyashikei, but has such an uplifting vibe to it that it's really hard for me to be grumpy while watching any part of it.

im finally at peace but it feels wrong
theres nothing id take back
but its hard to say theres nothing i regret
a thousand silhouettes dancing on my chest
no matter where i sleep you are haunting me
wherever there is you
i will be there too


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Nov 7, 11:23 PM
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I have a few. K-On is for when I am bored with life and need something to fix that. A Place Further and Baby Steps are for when I need motivation. Seitokai Yakuindomo and D-Frag are for when I haven't been able to laugh in a while. And to actually answer the question, Usagi Drop and Acchi Kocchi are for when I'm feeling depressed and need to forget about the world for a bit.
 
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Hmmmm, whenever i need a quick pick-me-up i just put on the dub of ghost stories, i randomly choose an episode and watch it and oh boy does it cheer me up
 
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Natsume Yuujinchou, Barakamon, Gintama
 
Nov 8, 1:10 AM

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Yuru Camp, Non Non Biyori and Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? are the ones that comes to mind for me. No matter what, they make me smile like an idiot with no way to explain it.
 
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I can always do a couple of episodes from My Little Monster and To Love Ru.
 
Nov 8, 2:18 AM
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Boku No Hero Academia <3 watched the 3 reasons 5times.
“Through action, a man becomes a Hero.
Through death, the Hero becomes a Legend.
Through time, the Legend becomes a Myth.
And by learning from the myth, a man takes action.”
 
Nov 8, 11:19 AM

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Definitely Natsume Yuujinchou. At this point, I'm trying to watch it sparingly, so I can enjoy it whenever I'm stressed out.

I also watch Nichijou clips on Youtube.
 
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I have watched Recovery of an MMO Junkie twice and each time it just makes me so happy. Another one is either Hinamatsuri or Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii. I might add Yuru Camp to this list once I complete it, too!
 
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