Animes for 13 year olds: 25 Best Anime To Watch With Kids (2023 List)

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25 Best Anime To Watch With Kids (2023 List)

If you are unfamiliar with anime, you may be under the impression it’s all loud, bright, bold Japanese cartoons with big-eyed characters and adult storylines. While some anime is like this, much of it is not only child-appropriate but beneficial to kids.

Let me share with you my experience as a parent who knew nothing about anime until our youngest daughter happened to see a clip of a show and fell in love with this uniquely Japanese art form.

Key Takeaways

  • Top Anime for Kids Include: Naruto, Cardcaptors, My Neighbor Totoro, Haikyu!!, My Hero Academia, Hikaru No Go, A Silent Voice, Little Witch Academia, Barakamon, Girls Und Panzer, and more.
  • Anime offers insight into Japanese culture, history, and society, helping kids appreciate different perspectives and ways of life.
  • Watching subtitled anime can help kids practice their reading skills, and some fans may even be drawn to reading manga books as well.

Table of Contents

  • 25 Kid-Friendly Anime Shows
  • Anime on YouTube
  • Anime on Hulu
  • Anime on Netflix
  • What Is Anime?
  • Anime May Surprise You

25 Kid-Friendly Anime Shows

Since my youngest daughter is a huge anime fan, I spend plenty of time watching, vetting, and approving or denying anime. I’ve used my experience and input from other parents and experts to make these recommendations for the best anime for kids.

I’ve also listed, where applicable, the rating that has been given to the anime in the U.S. and what most parents consider to be a suitable age range.

1. Naruto

Naruto is the story of a young ninja who dreams of becoming the Hokage, the leader of his village. As well as being fun and full of Naruto’s mischievous exploits, the series also touches on the themes of loneliness, acceptance, and the value of hard work.

In the first half of the series, he is a pre-teen, and in the second half, he is an adolescent. There is the occasional use of the word damn and a few, brief, passing references to smoking, drinking, and gambling.

2. Cardcaptor Sakura/Cardcaptors

Cardcaptor Sakura, broadcast as Cardcaptors in some countries, is about an elementary school girl who accidentally sets free a series of magical cards. Having done so, she discovers her own magical powers.

The series follows Sakura, who is an excellent female role model, as she tries to retrieve the cards and seal them back into the book from which they were released.

Sakura has some mild violence, similar to the kind you might see in Pokemon.

3. My Neighbor Totoro

A favorite family movie of many anime fans, My Neighbor Totoro is about two sisters who move to the countryside with their father. They move so they can all be closer to their mother, who is in the hospital with an unspecified illness.

While exploring their new surroundings, the girls discover Totoros, magical creatures who live in the forest. The oldest sister turns to one of the Totoros when her younger sister runs away from home. It’s a beautiful, gentle movie the entire family can enjoy.

4. Haikyu!!

Haikyu!! begins with Shōyō Hinata, a junior high boy of short stature, inspired to play volleyball after watching a player nicknamed, “The Little Giant.” He joins the school volleyball club only to discover he’s the sole member, so he works to pull together a team, and finally plays in competitive games.

As the series evolves, Shōyō meets his nemesis, and their relationship helps both boys work toward reaching their full potential. A favorite in our home, you don’t have to be a sports fan or know anything about volleyball to enjoy Haikyu!!

5. My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia is about a world in which 80 percent of the population is born with “quirks” that are like superpowers. Izuku, the central character, is born without a quirk, but that doesn’t stop him from dreaming of attending U.A. High Academy and becoming a hero.

Through the series, you see Izuku evolve from the insecure and fearful boy he is at the beginning, to, well, I won’t tell you what — that would spoil the show.

There are a few mild cuss words and some cartoon violence, but nothing you wouldn’t see in any kid’s superhero movie.

6. Hikaru No Go

Hikaru No Go is the story of Hikaru Shindo, a 12-year-old boy who is exploring his grandfather’s home and finds a Go board. The board is haunted by Sai, a Go player from the Heian period (794-1185) who wants to play Go again and longs to achieve the “perfect move.”

The series follows Hikaru as he begins to play the game of Go and learns about friendship, respect, and the importance of learning from our past. A good choice for anime beginners, Hikaru No Go, is a show that can be enjoyed by both kids and adults.

7. A Silent Voice

A Silent Voice revolves around Shouko Nishimiya, the new girl at school, who is bullied because she is deaf. Front and center in the bullying is Shôya Ishida. He mocks Shouko so much that she moves to another school and following this move, Ishida’s classmates ostracize him,

Years later, Ishida is tormented by his behavior, so he sets out to find Shouko and atone for his behavior. This one is packed with emotion, and I suggest you have a box of tissues at the ready; I know everyone in our family needed them.

8. Little Witch Academia

Little Witch Academia is an action-packed and exciting anime series that follows Akko and her fellow students at Luna Nova Academy, a prestigious school for little witches. There are some battles between fantasy creatures and a few sword fights, but there’s no gore, and nothing to frighten a pre-tween.

I’d be fine with our 4-year-old seeing what goes on in this show, but I don’t think kids that young would get the story, which is why it’s been given an 8 years and older rating.

9. Barakamon

Handa Seishu is a young, city-dwelling calligrapher who also happens to be incredibly arrogant.

After punching a famous calligrapher in the face (although this scene isn’t what I would consider violent), Seishu is exiled to a remote island where he experiences rural living for the first time.

As he learns to cope with villagers who walk into his home without knocking and children who play in his yard without asking, Seishu also learns about himself and the kind of person he wants to be. This show is full of wacky laughs and good-natured humor.

10. Girls Und Panzer

Miho Nishizumi is a teenage girl from a family famous for their skills in Senshado, which is tank warfare. When she dishonors her family by helping a competitor, she is sent to a school that does not practice Senshado.

A short series that explores family bonds, competition, girl-power, and friendship, Girls Und Panzer is also rich in history.

The one downside is that the girls are portrayed in typical anime style — with short skirts. This doesn’t bother our family, but it may be a deal-breaker for some.

11. Fullmetal Alchemist

Fullmetal Alchemist is about brothers Edward and Alphonse, who perform a forbidden ritual in an attempt to bring their mother back from the dead. Telling you what happens next would spoil the series, but I can say that much of the focus is on a search for The Philosopher’s Stone.

Fullmetal Alchemist is complex, and, at times, violent. If you are unsure about its suitability for your family, be sure to watch it yourself first.

12. Last Exile

Taking place on the planet Prester, Last Exile is a classic tale of good vs. evil set against a world of futuristic, yet retro, airships.

Claus Valca is a pilot, and Lavie is a navigator. Together, they form a team obsessed with becoming the first to cross the Grand Stream by air. On the way, they meet the mysterious Alvis, and the trio set out to bring peace to their world.

An engaging story and beautiful visuals make this a must-see for anime fans.

13. Fairy Tail

This is the story of Lucy, a 17-year-old girl, and her fellow members of the magical guild called Fairy Tail.

With eight seasons and counting, this is a truly epic series, but it is not for everyone. There are some innuendo and a few instances of Lucy using her physical attributes to get what she wants.

However, these scenes are rare and far outweighed by those where Lucy and her friends use their skills and positive character traits to achieve their objectives.

14. Pom Poko

Pom Poko is the story of the Tanuki, a breed of raccoon dogs from Japanese mythology, who live a peaceful existence until human development begins to encroach on the forest. The Tanuki use their magical shapeshifting abilities as they try to prevent the destruction of their traditional homeland and avert the genuine possibility of their extinction.

A beautiful movie with a message, sensitive, younger children could be upset by the large number of raccoon dog deaths.

15. Spirited Away

In 2003, Spirited Away won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature, along with over 40 other international film awards. It’s easy to see why. The stunning animation, gripping story, and beautifully crafted characters combine to make this a classic.

The story of a 10-year-old girl who finds herself and her parents in a world of magical creatures, Spirited Away, might be too scary or intense for sensitive children.

16. Ponyo

The first anime movie we ever watched with our kids, Ponyo, is a sweet, gentle movie that is a fabulous choice for family movie night. A magical fairy-tale with a few similarities to “The Little Mermaid,” Ponyo is a goldfish princess who uses her magic to take on human form.

This is a wonderful option for an introduction to anime.

17. InuYasha

This is the story of a 15-year-old, modern-day schoolgirl who is transported back to the Sengoku Period (1467-1615), a time in Japanese history of almost constant civil war and upheaval. While there, she must help a half-demon creature retrieve the pieces of a shattered magical jewel before dark forces do so themselves and achieve ultimate power.

The series has a strong female lead, but some parents may be concerned about the occasional minor bad word or a brief flash of flesh.

18. Yo-Kai Watch

Think of this as Pokemon, but with ghosts you befriend instead of creatures you train and battle.

Some parents have said they find the program too suggestive for younger kids. However, it is no more so than the occasional scene or innuendo you might see in Bugs Bunny or other cartoons. I’d happily let my 5-year-old watch this, but I that appreciate others may want their kids to be a little older before seeing it.

19. Avatar: The Last Airbender

The Avatar has been missing for 100 years. The world needs him to return and restore peace and balance to a world turned upside down by the Fire Nation’s invasion.

Aang is an 11-year-old boy and the last of his tribe, who is found frozen in the ocean. Is he the fabled Avatar?

An uplifting anime packed full of positive messages; adults will enjoy Avatar The Last Airbender as much as the kids do.

20. Inazuma Eleven

Inazuma Eleven is a classic underdog story about an unremarkable school soccer team and its players. Strong, positive characters and messages abound, and you don’t have to be a soccer fanatic to enjoy it, but that will help.

It’s safe to watch for most kids, with the occasional foul on the soccer pitch.

21. The Legend Of Korra

The Legend Of Korra takes place in the same world as and 70 years after Avatar The Last Airbender. You do not have to be familiar with Avatar to watch Korra, but you will get more from this anime if you have watched its predecessor.

The general consensus is that this is a little more mature than Avatar, so you may want to wait until your child is old enough not to be scared by some of the fantasy elements.

22. Kiki’s Delivery Service

A sweet and heartwarming movie that has enough story to keep the adults interested, but is not too complicated for younger viewers.

There is an absence of the hero vs. villain material you get in most media. Instead, Kiki’s Delivery Service is simply the story of a young girl learning how to find her way in the world.

23. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time tells the story of Makoto, who acquires the ability to travel back in time. Using her newfound ability to go back and change her grades, avoid being late, and craft the perfect karaoke performance, Makoto discovers that everything she changes has unforeseen effects.

This is an excellent tale about consequences and taking responsibility for our words and deeds.

24. Fruits Basket

One for the older or more mature tween, Fruits Basket is a funny and touching anime that touches on subject matter that some might find difficult to process, such as death and depression.

However, such instances are handled sensitively, and the overarching feel of the show is one of positivity.

25. Howl’s Moving Castle

This dream, imaginative anime features a wise old wizard in a fantastical walking castle and a wise old woman who is really an 18-year-old hat-maker transformed by an evil witch. It also has a scarecrow with a turnip head and a deal-making fire demon.

Kids may not follow all of the complex character development, but they’ll still enjoy every minute.

Anime on YouTube

If you want to choose an anime series or movie for a specific platform, here are my top picks on YouTube, Hulu, and Netflix.

  • A Silent Voice.
  • Spirited Away.
  • Howl’s Moving Castle.
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  • My Neighbor Totoro.
  • Barakamon.
  • Last Exile.
  • Pom Poko.
  • Ponyo.
  • Yo-Kai Watch.
  • Inazuma Eleven.

Anime on Hulu

  • Naruto.
  • My Hero Academia.
  • Haikyuu!!
  • Hikaru No Go.
  • Girls Und Panzer.
  • Fullmetal Alchemist.
  • Last Exile.
  • Fairy Tail.
  • InuYasha.
  • Yo-Kai Watch.
  • The Last Airbender.
  • Fruits Basket.

Anime on Netflix

  • Naruto.
  • Cardcaptor Sakura.
  • My Neighbor Totoro.
  • Haikyuu!!
  • My Hero Academia.
  • A Silent Voice.
  • Little Witch Academia.
  • Girls Und Panzer.
  • Fullmetal Alchemist.
  • Fairy Tail.
  • Pom Poko.
  • Spirited Away.
  • Ponyo.
  • InuYasha.
  • Yo-Kai Watch.
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  • The Legend Of Korra.
  • Howl’s Moving Castle.

What Is Anime?

In Japan, the word anime refers to any type of cartoon, no matter what the style or the country of origin. However, in western cultures, anime has come to refer to the distinct animation style that originated in Japan and is now produced in several predominantly Asian countries (1).

Anime reflects Japanese cultural and social norms, and this shows in the storylines and animation. This reflection of attitudes can lead to some anime newbies being shocked by content that is viewed as entirely innocent by the creators.

In Japan, death is something that is discussed openly, and nudity is not seen as implicitly sexual. That means death and nudity occur more frequently than in children’s cartoons created in North America and Europe (2).

That’s not to say anime is loaded with what you might consider adult content. There’s an almost endless supply of shows and movies created specifically for young children, older kids, tweens, and teens.

If you feel strongly about your child’s exposure to death, violence, or nudity, you may want to avoid anime that is rated for the 14 years and older age group. You should also watch the anime before your child watches (3).

Benefits of Watching Anime for Kids

As a parent, some people ask me if it’s okay for their kids to watch anime. I say it’s more than ok and there are several genuine benefits of watching anime.

They Are Exposed To Another Culture

Many anime movies and television shows offer an insight into Japanese culture, history, and society. This can help your child develop an appreciation for the perspectives of people from different backgrounds and other ways of life.

It Can Spark Creativity

Many anime fans are inspired to start drawing, writing, or even combining them to write their own graphic novels. Many of the stories in anime have fantasy or magical elements. This can provide a new and exciting form of inspiration for creative pursuits.

They May Form New Friendships Or Strengthen Existing Ones

The anime fandom is a passionate one. Our youngest daughter has met many people she might otherwise not have and has formed strong friendships through her love of anime.

It Discusses Weighty Subjects

Anime doesn’t shy away from addressing what might be considered difficult subjects such as death, mental illness, racism, and the complexities of relationships. Watching anime can help initiate discussions between adults and kids.

They’ll Practice Reading

Watching subtitled anime can help kids practice their reading skills without even realizing they are doing so (4). Some fans of anime are also then drawn to reading the manga books on which many of the shows and movies are based.

Anime May Surprise You

Not all anime is the loud, bright, bold, cartoon fare you might believe it is. Much of the anime suitable for kids is quite complicated, with meaningful storylines and sophisticated character development.

If your child shows an interest, take the opportunity to sit down and watch some with them. You might discover a love of anime for yourself. I know I did.

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10 great anime series that teenagers watch (and you should too)

Recently, the media wrote that there is information on the Internet that is better hidden from children. This time, anime was blamed for all the sins — Japanese animated series. They found propaganda of suicide and homosexual relations. The accusations are serious, but it’s too early to forbid children. First, take a look and make sure that there is nothing wrong there. We have collected for you ten old and new anime series that are worth watching right now.

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1. Death Note

Number one in the list of must-see series for every anime fan. The popularity of «Notebook» (that’s what fans call it) is off scale, although the anime was released in 2006. Several feature films, games, a musical and an American adaptation from Netflix have already been released (poor). You will definitely enjoy the exciting detective story and philosophical reflection on what kind of responsibility a person can take on.

A high school student named Yagami Light finds a black notebook that fell from the death god’s hands. If you write the name of any person in this notebook, he will die. Light understands that he has incredible power in his hands.

A still from the series «Death Note»

2. «Naruto»

One of the most popular anime, with an almost endless number of episodes. True fans, however, will tell you that half are fillers, that is, episodes in which there is no plot development. Calm down: you don’t have to watch them all to get an idea of ​​the show. This is an adventure comedy that really has a lot of repetitive situations: mission — fight — win/lose — new fight. If you’ve ever been a 12-year-old, you’ll understand why kids love it.

Naruto Uzumaki, a noisy and restless teenage ninja who dreams of achieving universal recognition and becoming the head of his village and the strongest ninja. On his way there are not only exams, but also powerful villains and even ancient demons.

A still from the Naruto series

3. Attack on Titan

A relatively new series that still deserves a place on the list of classics. The series has gathered an army of devoted fans in five years, and new episodes are coming out right now (the third season). You may be struck by the brutality and realism of both actions and emotions. Difficult topics, situations, solutions. Just watch the first episode. It is immediately clear that you are not in a fairy tale — this is a real epic story.

Mankind is almost destroyed by a race of huge carnivorous titans. The survivors built three high walls and took cover behind them. For a hundred years, the inhabitants felt safe, until one day the first wall fell.

A still from the TV series Attack on Titan

4. Fullmetal Alchemist

At first, strange jokes (seemingly inappropriate) and vivid emotions of the characters can scare you away. But these are the features of the genre. Be patient and the series will open to you. This is a wise story that asks many universal and social questions. Yes, anime is serious. What did you think?

Two brothers, sons of a great alchemist, decided as children that they knew enough to bring their dead mother back to life. But there is a ban on resurrection. After all, the main law of alchemy says: you can get something only by giving something of equal value in return. The brothers paid a terrible price for their mistake.

Still from Fullmetal Alchemist series

5. Evangelion

The most complex, confusing, incomprehensible series that has won cult status. Understanding the ending of Evangelion is a difficult task, even for someone who has watched every known anime (and the butt of constant jokes).

The typical story about huge robots that protect humanity from a strange threat takes on a new development here. Teenage heroes not only engage in anime-friendly battles, but also reflect. The series is permeated by a line of misunderstanding of what people are fighting for and whether it is necessary to participate in the struggle. Nothing black and white. If at the beginning the series keeps itself within the genre of «Giant robots against other giant robots», then by the end it becomes a philosophical statement about loneliness.

Shot from the series «Evangelion»

Something newer

6. My Hero Academia

A Naruto-inspired story about a boy who wants to become a hero. He was born in a world where many people have their own superpower (quirk). Superheroes are commonplace. And he has nothing, he is ordinary. Until we meet the #1 superhero — All Might.

A frame from the series «My Hero Academia»

7. «Cells at Work»

Here is a completely unusual anime about human insides. Yes, yes, the main characters are a leukocyte and an erythrocyte in human images. Together they fight against microbes, deliver oxygen to all organs and make sure that a person lives. Everything is like in a biology textbook, only more interesting.

A frame from the series «Cells at Work»

8. «Darling in the Franks»

Combat robots and child pilots in the post-apocalyptic future again. Humanity gained immortality and refused to bear children. Children are raised for one purpose — to fight mysterious biomechanical monsters.

Shot from the TV series «Darling in the Franks»

9. «Chef Fighter Catfish»

Haven’t you already got used to the fact that anime characters must want to become the best in their field? Here is a story about a boy who dreams of becoming the best cook. To do this, he will have to go through a harsh school at the academy. Only 10% of students survive to graduate. This is not the exam for you.

Shot from the TV series «Cook Fighter Soma»

10. «Hinamatsuri»

An ordinary yakuza lives his life until a box falls on him. Inside is a girl with paranormal abilities. He understands that such a gift can be useful in his business. What is a drama, thriller? No, a good and funny comedy.

A still from Hinamatsuri

A still from Cells at Work

10 anime series for teenage girls

Anime is a very popular type of animation. And not only at home in Japan, but throughout the rest of the world.

Thanks to such a huge fan base, anime creators divide cartoons into separate genres that can resonate in the hearts of viewers of different ages.

In this top we will pay attention to the genre, which is called shojo, which means it is intended not just for the beautiful half of humanity, but specifically for teenage girls.


  • 10. That was us | 2006
  • 9. Oran School Host Club | 2006-…
  • 8. Rainbow days | 2016
  • 7. The student council president is a maid! | 2010-…
  • 6. Touching complex | 2007
  • 5. Don’t give up! | 2008
  • 4. Sailor Moon | 1992-1997
  • 3. Getting through to you | 2009-2011
  • 2. Special Class A | 2008
  • 1. Vampire Knight | 2008

10. That was us | 2006

This anime is said to be sad and bright at the same time. But what exactly everyone agrees on is its incredible touchingness.

The main character, Nanami Takahashi, enters her first year of high school. And suddenly he runs into a charming and popular guy named Motoharu Yano. He is adored and recognized as the first handsome man by almost all the girls of the school. But Nana, unexpectedly, is not among them. Or is she lying?

9. Ouran School Host Club | 2006-…

In the Oran school, for the most part, only children of very rich and wealthy parents study. Since they entered this school at the expense of money, they don’t have to strain themselves during training.

Outstanding among the rich boys and girls is the nondescript Haruhi Fujioka, the only one who entered Ouran High through knowledge.

By chance, he breaks a vase in the host club of the school, where several rich and attractive boys are busy entertaining young girls with socializing and flirting.

The president of the club, Tamaki Suoh, decides first to turn the unsightly Haruhi into a servant, and then into another member of the club who will spoil the girls with his communication.

But Tamaki has yet to find out that Haruhi is actually a girl.

8. Rainbow days | 2016

This anime will delight lovers of romance. In the center of the plot is a charming and restless boy named Hashiba Natsuki.

On Christmas Eve a big trouble happened to him — he was abandoned by his beloved. He would have grieved for a long time about this if by chance on a winter evening he had not encountered a stranger Anna, who, like an angel, appeared before him to support him in difficult times and give him a box of handkerchiefs.

From that moment on, Natsuki decided that he had seen his fate and now he was determined to win the girl’s heart at all costs. And how fortunate that she studies in a parallel class.

7. The student council president is a maid! | 2010-…

This anime will certainly appeal to lovers of unexpectedly twisting love lines and funny awkward situations.

The main character Ayuzawa Misaki, in pursuit of establishing equality between boys and girls at school, managed to earn a reputation as a man-hater.

Having assumed the position of Student Council President, Misaki intends to end the bullies who interfere with girls’ studies.

At school, Misaki is very formidable and dangerous. But no one guesses that in the evenings she moonlights as a waitress in a cosplay cafe, where she is forced to wear a maid costume and flirt with visitors. If anyone finds out about this, the Student Council President’s power will end!

6. Touching complex | 2007

Risa and Atsushi are close friends. And their friendship is already beginning to enter that phase when the guys begin to look at their union with closer attention than at a friendly one.

Risa is the first to realize how much she cares about Atsushi. The girl makes desperate attempts to get close to the guy and let him know how important he is to her.

At first, Atsushi can’t even look at Risa as a girl, plus his girlfriend’s gigantic height is a real hindrance.

The drama of the school years is in full swing. Will Risa be able to make Atsushi look at her differently?

5. Don’t give up! | 2008

Kyoko Mogami, a sweet and confident 16-year-old girl, moves to Tokyo with her boyfriend Sho Fuwa.

Kyoko works tirelessly to help Sho achieve his goal of becoming a superstar. At the same time, Kyoko herself does not see white light. And he runs around the house with an electric broom, and works hard at two jobs, while not forgetting to support and help Sho in every possible way.

But at some point the girl finds out that Sho is just using her as a housewife who doesn’t even have to pay. Very comfortable position! The deceived Kyoko becomes furious and decides to take revenge on Sho, to expose him to ridicule.

4. Sailor Moon | 1992-1997

Sailor Moon is a golden-haired sailor suit warrior who, along with her crew, will save Tokyo and the rest of the planet.

Thanks to their own superpowers, the girls will fight demons and other nasty creatures that are trying to attack people and steal their life energy.

To help Sailor Moon in the fulfillment of her mission, in addition to her warrior friends, there will be two cats, Luna and Artemis, as well as a beautiful stranger in a tuxedo named Tuxedo Mask.

But in addition to saving the world, one must not forget about ordinary life, because Sailor Moon and other warriors are ordinary girls who go to school.

3. Reach out to you | 2009-2011

It’s hard to be an outcast. Especially when a person has done nothing wrong, but at the same time no one is eager to communicate with him. Sawako Kuronuma found herself in just such a situation. Around her at school, legends and prejudices hover that the girl is engaged in black magic, talking with ghosts, and in general, looking into her eyes, you can die on the spot.

It’s good that there was at least one person who decided to go against stereotypes and other nonsense. The most mischievous and popular boy in school, Shota Kazehaya, decides to make friends with a girl and prove to everyone around that she is not at all what everyone thinks.

2. Special A | 2008

Love can be born from anything. And even from confrontation.

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