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Top 5 Japanese Anime Movies That Kids Love

Japanese Anime is one of the famous movie genres today. The reason why these movies click with the kids is due to the thoughtful, insightful, and creative approach. While anime shares a long history with Japan, many countries have followed suit due to its popularity.

Here in the blog below, we will discuss, the top anime movies in Japan. Let us check the countdown below and know in detail which all movies out of the whole heap have made it to the list.

  1. Spirited Away
    When it comes to claiming the numero uno spot for the best anime feature film, Spirited Away stands tall. The movie was released in 2001 and is considered a masterpiece for many reasons. Written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli, the movie remains the highest-grossing anime to date. The plot of the feature film centers around Chihiro Ogino, a ten-year-old student who accidentally enters the spirit world. Left alone in an unknown space, how she fights the witch Yubaba and rescues her parents forms the crux of the story.
  2. The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
    This movie is yet another masterpiece from the “Land of the rising sun”. Although the theatre release of the anime film was in 2006, it has still managed to have a cult following over the years. The story of the movie focuses on time travel and follows the journey of three high schoolers. What makes the anime different is that its setting is 20 years after the girl in the novel. With adolescent interest, study, and career, the film touches each sphere of life carefully. One of the best animes to have been created over the years, this one will stay with you!
  3. Your Name
    Japan is the land of wonder and there is no iota of doubt about it. While the country is blessed with technological prowess, anime is one such sector in which the nation excels. Your Name is an anime movie that is best suited for kids of all ages. Directed by Makoto Shinkai, the popular film has grossed awards both internationally and domestically. The story centers on two characters Taki and Mitsuha who find their lives intertwine strangely. One of the best things about the movie is that the director has beautifully represented the real world, which will surely grab your attention.
  4. Akira
    This world-renown anime movie was first conceived as a manga series for television. The setting of the movie is in Neo-Tokyo which has been destructed by WWIII. There are two main characters namely Akira and Tetsuo Shima, and how their lives change when the latter gains supernatural power. Although the movie climax is different from that of the manga, one thing is for sure it will keep kids hooked to the screen. With the best direction, graphics, and storyline, the feature film has become a cult classic over the years.
  5. Princess Mononoke
    This is yet another powerful anime movie that Japan has given to the world. Princess Mononoke was initially released in 1997 and since then has become one of the top Japanese animated films. The story of the film is set during the Muromachi Period (1336-1573) and has two main characters Ashitaka and San. What makes the movie click with the kids is that it teaches us the value of nature in a profound way. The movie showcases the conflict between humans and nature and how both co-exist harmoniously at the end form the crux. With an excellent screenplay, direction, and above all message, this movie can’t be skipped at any cost.
Alexandra Dimitropoulou

Alexandra Dimitropoulou

VP and News Editor
Alexandra Dimitropoulou is a VP and News Editor at CEOWORLD magazine, working to build and strengthen the brand’s popular, consumer-friendly content. In addition to running the company’s website, CEOWORLD magazine, which aims to help CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, and other C-level executives get smarter about how they earn, save and spend their money, she also sits on the Board of Directors of the Global Business Policy Institute. She can be reached on email alexandra-dimitropoulou@ceoworld.biz. You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.