Nagi no Asu kara, Kimi no Na wa. Recommendations
These are both supernatural stories about some sort of incident taking place and the main characters trying to prevent it (I won't specify due to spoilers). They are beautifully animated, have great soundtracks, and leave you with a similar sense of satisfaction by the end. The scenery is fantastic in both. If you are looking for a good supernatural romance, either of these will likely please you.
On the surface, these two might seem like they don't have much in common, but they have a similar core plot that aren't usually in other anime. At first, the Nagi no Asu kara starts very slow as a school slice of life with some fantasy elements, but then something unexpected happens and changes the entire dynamic, putting aside the shoujo parts and focusing on a unique plot to save a group of people. This is very close to how Kimi no Na wa presents its story, it first appears to be a cute story with a strange fantasy twist then the characters find out
Both feature teenagers exploring the strange interconnections of love amidst supernatural occurrences in a tiny seaside town with strange rituals. Both have drop-dead gorgeous art and are created by some of the most respected storytellers in anime (Shinkai Makoto and Okada Mari). Both make clever use of an overused trope (body swap and timeskip).
Nagi no Asu Kara (凪のあすから) is a 2013 Japanese anime television series produced by P.A. Works.
(君の名は。) Kimi no Na wa. is a 2016 Japanese animated romantic fantasy film written and directed by Makoto Shinkai, and produced by CoMix Wave Films.
1 - The two animations have sensational, breath-taking and remarkable visuals.
2 - Grand striking plot that is emotionally heart-wrenching and thematically deep leaving behind emotional masochism
3 - A good script which the characters emotions and attitude is suited, voice actor embraces the role as well.