It’s one of the most enjoyable things in life to watch anime with your friends and family, but that’s not always the case, especially if the anime is on this list. If you want to know what it’s like to live in the real world, you should watch The Last of Us, which is based on the movie.
Before we begin, a word of caution: if you watch anime, you should be aware that some anime should never be watched with family.
If you’re a fellow cultured weeb who occasionally watches questionable content, you might want to double-check that your door is locked before watching any of the anime on this list.
So, without further ado, here are 10 Anime That Your Parents Would Disagree With:
1. High School DxD
This anime is the epitome of bad. I don’t think anyone who has been watching anime for a year or two hasn’t seen or heard of High School DxD.
Issei Hyoudou, a high school student, is your typical pervert, spending his days peeping on women and fantasising about one day having his own harem. Things appear to be looking up for Issei when a beautiful girl asks him out on a date, but she turns out to be a fallen angel who brutally kills him! However, he is given a second chance at life when Rias Gremory, a beautiful senior student and top-class devil, resurrects him as her servant and recruits Issei into the school’s Occult Research club.
As he adjusts to his new life, Issei must train and fight to survive in the violent world of angels and devils. Each new adventure brings many hilarious (and risqué) moments with his new comrades, all while keeping his new life hidden from his High School DxD friends and family!
2. Freezing Vibrations
Since the 10th NOVA clash, the Chevalier has concluded that the NOVA have been appearing at a steadier rate and are losing more Pandoras than they can produce. The E-Pandora Project, in which ordinary people are given the ability to transform into Pandoras, is their solution. Satellizer, Kazuya, and Rana are among those summoned to their Alaskan base to witness the unveiling of their new project. However, as time goes on, the E-Pandora Project becomes more suspect, and the Pandoras become more concerned…
3. High School of the Dead
Unlike the majority of anime in the ecchi genre, High School of the Dead has a really good storyline, but if your parents walk in on you while you’re watching it, you’re going to get that good old slipper or belt.
The dead began to rise unexpectedly, and Japan was thrown into complete chaos. Takashi Kimuro is forced to kill his best friend after he is bitten and becomes one of the walking dead, terrorising a high school. They narrowly escape their school’s death trap, vowing to protect Rei Miyamoto, the girlfriend of the man he just executed, only to be greeted by a fallen society.
Takashi and Rei quickly join forces with other students on a quest to find their family members and learn what caused this massive pandemic. They are joined by Saeko Busujima, the lovely president of the Kendo Club, Kouta Hirano, an otaku with a gun fetish, Saya Takagi, the daughter of a powerful politician, and Shizuka Marikawa, their hot school nurse. Will the combined strength of these people be enough to defeat the undead apocalypse?
4. My Life as Inukai-san’s Dog
My Life as Inukai-Dog san’s is a new anime that is currently airing, and I have to say, I’m curious about what the author was thinking when he wrote the source material. I don’t think I’ve ever seen or even considered anything like this. But one thing is certain: Makima fanboys are living the dream right now.
I don’t have much to say about this one because the title pretty much sums up the entire plot. The plot revolves around the protagonist, who one day awakens as Pochita (yes, that’s what he’s called), the pet dog of his cool and beautiful classmate Karen Inukai. The plot is as follows:
They say that every dog has his day. That is especially true for our main character, who has recently been transformed into a dog and is now in the care of his crush, Inukai-san! While he longs to return to human form, there’s something special about being cared for by someone he adores.
5. Yosuga No Sora
Now, if you’re from Alabama or something, this might not be the case, but if you’re not, you’re probably going to be kicked out of the house.
There is a chance that you will die as a result of the accident. They start over, returning to their childhood home and living in the rural, quaint town they left four years ago.
Returning to such a nostalgic location, on the other hand, entails recalling all of their shared memories, whether they brought them blissful joy or painful sorrow. Haruka and Sora’s story becomes increasingly complicated as their lives are gradually influenced by various acts of love, friendship, envy—and perhaps even lust.
6. Redo of Healer
I have no idea what to say about this. But, if you haven’t watched Redo of Healer, you’re on the right track in life. You’ve been warned, DON’T WATCH REDO OF HEALER if you want to retain your sanity.
Keyaru appeared to have a bright future when he gained his abilities as a Hero who specialised in healing all injuries regardless of severity. Instead, he endured excruciating agony as a result of years of seemingly never-ending hellish torture and abuse. Keyaru’s healing abilities allowed him to steal the memories and abilities of those he treated, gradually strengthening him to the point where he was stronger than everyone. But by the time he realised his full potential, he had already lost everything.
Keyaru, determined to reclaim his life, cast a powerful healing spell that rewound the entire world to before he began to suffer his terrible fate. He vows to redo everything in order to fulfil a new purpose—to exact revenge on those who have wronged him.
7. Food Wars
Food Wars is one of my all-time favourite anime. Will I, however, watch it with my parents? Absolutely not!
Souma Yukihira has been cooking alongside his father Jouichirou for as long as he can remember. As a sous chef at his father’s restaurant, he has spent years honing his culinary skills and creating new dishes to wow their customers. He aspires to one day outperform his father and take over the restaurant, but he is surprised to learn that Jouichirou is closing the shop to take a job in New York.
Souma enrols at the prestigious Tootsuki Culinary Academy, where only 10% of students graduate, rather than following in his father’s footsteps. The school is well-known for its “Shokugeki,” which are intense cooking competitions between students used to settle debates and arguments. Jouichirou tells Souma that he must outperform him in order to graduate and survive the next three years at Tootsuki.
The academy’s harsh curriculum and fiercely competitive student body await the young chef, who must learn to navigate the perilous environment if he hopes to realise his dreams. Is talent, however, enough to propel him to the top?
8. Interspecies Reviewers
Interspecies degeneracy is taken to a whole new level. We have these four people from a fantasy world who have the brilliant idea of becoming brothel reviewers…
There are numerous races in the world, ranging from perky fairies to oozing slimes. Naturally, such a diverse collection of creatures has a wide and enticing range of brothels. It’s difficult to choose which succu-girl to have a meaningful, interpersonal experience with when there are so many options.
Fortunately, a small group of brave warriors has formed to educate the public. These perverted adventurers assess the appeal of various types of succu-girls through hands-on research. The zoo, the zoo, the zoo.
Interspecies Reviewers, directed by the same man who brought you Miru Tights, aims to answer one of the most pressing questions: which species is the sexiest?
9. Harem in the Labyrinth of Another World
Harem in the Labyrinth of Another World goes from 0 to 100 in a matter of seconds. He’s a high school student playing an online video game one minute, slashing bandits in another, and collecting waifus for his harem the next.
Michio Kaga, a high school student, tries to launch a strange online game he discovered one day while browsing the internet. Instead, he is transported to the game’s world and given special abilities as well as a powerful sword. He finds himself fighting bandits after gathering his thoughts and quickly realises that he cannot log out. Michio, accepting his fate and embarking on a journey to enjoy his new life, conquer dungeons for money, and build a harem to satisfy all his manly desires, sets out on a journey to enjoy his new life, conquer dungeons for money, and build a harem to satisfy all his manly desires.
10. Immoral Guild
Kikuru Madan, a monster hunter with excellent performance due to his specific job in the forest, decided to quit because he was afraid of wasting his own youth… However, in order to leave his current job, he must train some new recruits with dubious abilities in order to keep the town safe. But, instead of assisting Kikuru with monster hunting, they continue to be attacked by monsters, albeit in a different way…
That concludes the list; let us know which of these anime you own or plan to watch with your parents in the comments section!