There is a lot of uncensored anime. But when an anime appears on TV, extreme violence and reference to sexual context are removed from the final cut.
Oftentimes, you'd see blurred sections to the point that you can't understand the context of the story.
With the changing times and availability of online streaming, many fans are happy to see an uncensored version of their ecchi anime.
So, let's talk about more than 40 of these uncensored shows.
Looking for something a little more unconventional in the world of anime? Well, here's Grisaia for you!
This unique 13-episode TV series aired in 2014 animated by Studio 8. It is based on a popular visual novel.
The anime follows the story of Yuuji Kazami, a 17-year-old second-year student who wants a normal life. But, the school he attended is not normal. There, he meets five girls and the school's mysterious principal.
Grisaia is filled with romantic scenes and features some strong young women as its main characters. It is an anime series that's anything but ordinary.
This series has some romance, drama, and kickass action, too. So if you haven't watched it yet, be sure to check it out today!
Despite the modernity of our world, many people still think that talking about sex openly is taboo. But, one anime made it the center of its theme.
So, if you're looking for an uncensored anime that deals with and talks about sex, Seitokai Yakuindomo is the show for you. The series has 13 episodes premiered in the summer of 2010.
It follows the story of Tsuda Takatoshi, a 16-year-old teenager who transfers to an all-girls school. He suddenly finds himself in a world of sexual curiosity and exploration.
The girls in the school are always talking about sex, and Tsuda is constantly learning new things about this topic that he never knew before.
It's a funny, informative show that gives a unique perspective on sexuality.
High School DxD
High School DxD premiered in Winter 2012 with 12 episodes. It’s one of the most popular harem ecchi anime shows.
At first glance, Issei could be mistaken as a typical pervy high schooler. But most people didn't know is his burning desire to have a girlfriend at least once in his life.
So, when a beautiful girl (who is actually a fallen angel) suddenly asks him out on a date, Issei is excited. But the girl kills him.
Fortunately, Rias Gremory resurrects him. She is a powerful demon from another realm. Now, Issei becomes the master of the occult research club.
With this new title, he must fight against legions of fallen angels to survive this dangerous new world and protect Rias' demon clan.
This uncensored ecchi anime series is 12 episodes long and premiered in 2011 under Hoods Entertainment. It’s one peculiar show that you should try watching.
In the Taiheimeji Era, big breasts equate to fame and wealth as popularized by the Manyuu Clan. This clan even has a scroll dedicated to the ways of enlarging breasts.
But, Chifusa despises how the clan has created a twisted way of living and judging women’s status because of this mindset. So, she steals the scroll and leaves her clan.
Her ultimate goal is to change their way of living and to make sure every Japanese woman has an average-sized bust. But this goal is not easy because Chifusa is easily distracted by “big breasts”.
Fortunately, some women share her advocacy. Will they succeed?
Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls
With 12 episodes, the series aired in the Summer of 2015 for 3 months under the license of Sentai Filmworks and Studio Lerche. Here’s a synopsis.
Kimihito has a fairly quiet and ordinary life. Then, powerful Monster girls from across the globe flock to his quaint little apartment, changing his life forever.
His first monster girl is a beautiful Lamia named Miia. The girls are drawn by his uncanny charm and prowess.
Though they may seem like trouble at first, these sexy beings are a vital part of human society. As the human race continues to evolve, so too do the laws and customs.
One of these is the provision for experimental marriage with these monster girls. With so many different options available, it's no wonder that this provision is becoming increasingly popular.
Phantom: Requiem For The Phantom
This series is based on a novel with a slightly different title. Its anime adaptation first premiered in 2009 with 26 episodes under the production of Genco and Funanimation.
Phantom is the ultimate assassin in Inferno, a powerful mafia organization headquartered in the western United States. Reiji witnesses this assassin’s latest murder.
With this, Phantom who goes by the name Ein and is a girl has no choice but to bring him back to the Master. Reiji wakes up as Zwei and has no memory of his past, just like Phantom.
Despite the turbulent surroundings, they begin to have a deeper affection for each other. Would these two achieve the peace they wanted for their lives?
Daughters of Mnemosyne first aired in 2008 with 6 episodes under the license of Funamination. One of its themes is girls' love.
In this yuri anime, Rin is an immortal private investigator. Because of this superpower, she has died multiple times at the hands of those who want to discover her power.
One day, Rin's investigation involves a missing cat. She soon discovers that the case is more complicated than it first seemed.
As you delve deeper into the anime, you’d learn that Rin has a deeper affection for her assistant, Mimi and I think the feeling is mutual.
Mnemosyne is a touching love story with a unique twist. It’s a story of survival amidst an era and society that wanted immortality.
HyakkaRyōran: Samurai Girls
Samurai Girls has 12 episodes that aired on TV in 2010. It is licensed under Sentai Filmworks.
It is an alternate timeline set in a world where every nation looks up to great Japan for its success. But, its prowess and prosperity are the sources of envy of other nations.
With this, there are threats surrounding the nation. And, Master Samurais are the defenders of the country. To keep the peace and order, Japan creates a system where the next Master Samurais undergo training.
The plot revolves around the characters learning about their past and what it means to them to be samurai in modern times.
It's enjoyable if you're looking for something lighthearted with strong female characters.
Yosuga no Sora
This ecchi anime is licensed by Media Blasters. It has 12 episodes and aired in 2010 in Japan.
The show features the story of two siblings who lost their parents in a freak accident. Haruka and Sora want a new life in the town where they were born. After the burial, the two decided to revisit their hometown.
As the siblings revisit all the old places, they start to feel nostalgic for the past. They explore the old bonds they had with other people.
Oh boy! It is never the same. Throughout the series, ecchi scenes make it more scintillating.
Yosuga no Sora is good with incredible drama and romance. While the incestuous relationship between the twins is definitely a big turn-off for many viewers, I still think it's worth watching.
Hachimitsu Private Academy has accepted only female students until the school decides to accept male enrollees. Five male students make it.
These boys dream of having a good time while at school until one mistake completely ruined this dream. The girls caught them peeping into the ladies' bathroom
This mistake deserves punishment. Much to the dismay of the council, the five boys seem to enjoy the punishments instead of being terrified.
When it comes to hilarious anime shows, Prison School is definitely near the top of my list. It is under the license of Funanimation and aired in 2015.
The anime has 12 episodes of steamy ecchi scenes and plenty of unexpected twists and turns. Each episode has 24 minutes of exceptional humor.
Aesthetica Of A Rogue Hero
Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero is one ecchi series at the same time as an isekai anime. This 12-episode anime first aired back in 2012. It's based on a light novel series written by Uesu Tetsuto and illustrated by Tamago No Kimi.
Set in a world where people have the power to travel between dimensions, the story follows Akatsuki Ousawa. He is a former rogue who uses his special abilities to save the day.
Along the way, he encounters all sorts of otherworldly creatures and hot-blooded heroines who can't help but be enthralled by his rough-and-tumble style.
Whether you're an ecchi aficionado or just love a good laugh, there's something for everyone in this action-packed anime adventure!
Eiken: Eikenbu yori Ai wo Komete
If you're a fan of uncensored animes, then you know that they can sometimes be pretty raunchy. From gratuitous nudity to graphic sex scenes, there's definitely no skimping on the fanservice.
Eiken is one of these shows. It is an OVA with 2 episodes, which aired in 2004 under the license of Media Blasters.
The OVA revolves around Densuke who wants to be involved in extracurricular activities and Chiharu Shinonome who has large breasts.
These two have mutual feelings for each other, although they haven’t admitted it yet. They become the new members of the Eiken’s Club.
Well, the anime is nothing but jingling breasts, fanservice, and double meanings. But if you like a good laugh, I think you should try it.
Looking for an action-packed anime that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat? Here’s Gangsta with 12 episodes that first aired in 2015. It was licensed by Funanimation.
Based on the original manga by Kohske, this anime adaptation is a thrilling exploration of violence and intrigue in a dangerous city ruled by humans with heightened abilities.
The series is set in the fictional city of Ergastulum. With the help of Nicholas Brown and Worick Arcangelo, the famous "Handymen," the city is safe from dangerous thugs and corrupt officials.
But as powerful forces begin to threaten the livelihood of all twilights, these brave Handymen must do whatever it takes to protect their city from those who seek to destroy it.
If you thought the world was a mess now, just imagine what it would be like if an alternate timeline had occurred following World War II.
In this timeline, civil violence and unrest are common in a devastated Japan under occupation by foreigners.
Not only would the entire nation be in chaos, but Kazuki Fuse would also be right in the middle of it. In one of his missions, Kazuki experiences real human terror.
He is not able to stop a teen girl from committing a desperate suicide bombing, which creates massive destruction in Tokyo.
With his mental scars and competency in question, Kazuki is sent back to the military academy to be re-evaluated.
This movie premiered on June 3, 2000, under the license of Bandai Entertainment.
My Wife is the Student Council President
Premiered in 2015, this series had 12 episodes. It talks about the life of two childhood friends who got promised to each other by their parents.
Fast forward to high school, Hayato Izumi lost to his opponent Wakana Ui after his rival promises free condoms and other exciting incentives.
Framed out of disappointment and despair, Izumi reluctantly accepted the vice president position instead. However, what Izumi didn't expect was that his rivalry with Ui had only just begun.
The agreement between their parents resurfaced. Now, the two have to agree to an arranged marriage in exchange for their education expenses.
While this revelation initially came as a shock to both of them, in time they realized that perhaps this twist of fate wasn't so bad after all.
Looking for laughs and ecchi action? Look no further than the popular series about Yukinari.
Struggling with a difficult childhood filled with bullying and torment from girls, he develops a rare condition that makes him extremely vulnerable to any girl who comes near him.
This makes life very difficult in high school, where the female population far outnumbers the male students. Despite it all, the vulnerable boy manages to stay upbeat.
He keeps his head high as he navigates this world of crazy adventure and unexpected romance.
So, if you're looking for a wild ride with plenty of laughs and ecchi action, check out the adventures of Yukinari! With 11 episodes, you’d laugh out loud throughout the ecchi anime.
Blade of the Immortal
Once upon a time, there was an infamous swordsman Manji, known as the Hundred Men Killer. Many haunted him in Japan.
However, his biggest strength is his immortality. Now, he assigns himself the task of killing 1000 evil men to atone for his sins and let his curse of immortality go away.
On his journey, he meets Rin Asano who pleads for his help against the people who killed her parents. Although he was reluctant at first, Manji agreed to her plea after seeing how weak she was.
Thus, the story begins with the journey of 2 warriors on the same route for the same purpose. In 13 episodes, experience a roller coaster ride of atonement.
Redo Of Healer
Keyaru is the kind of guy who doesn't take kindly to being used and abused. He quickly hatches a revenge plan.
With his healing ability, he's able to go to great lengths to make this happen. And you can bet that he's going to enjoy every minute of it!
The MC builds his own harem while taking down his enemies. He enjoys the pleasure that comes with these girls.
Redo of Healer is one of the best revenge anime shows I have watched. It runs in 12 episodes and is licensed by Sentai Filmworks. Redo first premiered in 2021.
It has some good action scenes and plenty of making-out scenes to please you till the end.
One fateful day, Afro witnessed the horrifying reality right in front of his eyes. Justice murdered his father to claim the Number One spot.
As he watched helplessly from the sidelines, the distraught kid saw his father cut down in a fierce duel, and it seemed that nothing would ever be the same again.
This incident only fueled his determination to achieve greatness. Shortly after his father's death, the MC managed to claim the number two headband. This headband would allow him to challenge Justice for his father's honor.
Although many adversaries lined up to do battle with him, Afro persevered through each challenge and finally managed to overthrow Justice.
With just 5 episodes that aired in 2007, watch the action-packed adventures of a Samurai who seeks revenge.
Hybrid X Heart Magias Academy Ataraxia
If you're a fan of sci-fi anime, then you'll definitely want to check out Masamune Kuji's light novel, Hybrid Heart Gear.
Licensed by two of the most famous anime streaming platforms, Funanimation and Crunchyroll, the anime has 12 episodes, running on 24 minutes per episode.
The story follows protagonist Hida Kizuna who possess the ability to equip a Hybrid Heart Gear. While it might sound like an amazing weapon, he doesn’t have the strength to wield the weapon.
At the suggestion of his sister, the young man enrolls in a special defense academy. From the outside, the academy looks like any other school.
On the inside, it's filled with other girls who have large chests. Needless to say, Kizuna's life is about to get a lot more interesting.
With 47 episodes, airing in 2006 to 2007, Nana is a shoujo anime licensed by VIZ Media and Sentai Filmworks. Based on a manga of 21 volumes, it centers on drama and romance and features the life two young women with the same name.
Nana Komatsu and Nana Osaki meet in a train going to Tokyo. One is an outgoing band member and the other is a clingy girl who can’t live without the idea of falling in love and be loved back.
In the version of uncensored scenes for the anime, you get to see how youngsters face real-world experiences. The anime dealt with sex, struggles, and bad habits. It showcases how you can make right and wrong decisions that affect your life and goals.
Maken-ki is a romantic comedy anime with 12 episodes that aired in the fall of 2011. The anime follows the story of Takeru Ohyama, a student who enrolls at Tenbi Academy a school for martial arts.
At his new school, he meets Inaho Kushiya, a girl with superpowers. The two quickly become friends, and Takeru soon finds himself caught up in a harem of girls with superpowers.
The young man soon discovers that the school has more to offer than just pretty girls. As Takeru gets to know his classmates, he also discovers that some of them have secrets of their own.
Ultimately, Maken-ki! is a fun and exciting anime that is sure to please fans of romantic comedy and action alike.
Aired in the winter of 2011 and featured 12 episodes, many fans were drawn to its fast-paced action, dramatic plot, and romantic themes.
This series is set in a futuristic world where people possess special genetic tissue known as Stigmata. The anime retells Kazuya Aoi’s journey as he comes to terms with his unique abilities and confronts terrifying opponents. He must also fulfill an obligation because of his younger sister.
Along the way, he must contend with a cast of colorful characters such as the fierce el Bridget and free-spirited Rana with chaotic energy.
This anime explores themes of strength, determination, and self-discovery against a backdrop of thrilling action and beautiful mecha design.
With its exciting mix of action, drama, and ecchi elements, Freezing is a must-see anime for any fan of anime martial arts.
The series Isuca with 10 episodes aired in the winter of 2015 and was licensed by Discotek Media. Many anime fans have mixed reactions to this action-packed comedy-romance anime.
Set in a school, the show follows Sakuya Shimazu and Shinichirou Asano as they try to catch a nekomata (a two-tailed demon beast).
Abandoned by his parents, the young teen has to put food on his table, so he accepted the work Sakuya offers him. Together, they find ways to seal the demon away.
Whether you're a fan of fast-paced action sequences or laugh-out-loud comedy bits, there's something for everyone in this uncensored anime.
So, if you're looking for a fun and engaging anime that will keep you on your toes from start to finish, be sure to give Isuca a try!
From high school drama to hilarious cross-dressing scenes, the anime Mayo Chiki has it all. With 13 episodes, it aired on TV in 2011.
Kanade Suzutsuki is a wealthy female student who always seems to get what she wants. Subaru Konoe becomes her new cross-dressing butler to continue the legacy of her family.
The two girls quickly develop a close bond. Along with Kinjirou Sakamachi, a high school student with gynophobia who discovers the secret of Subaru, the three of them navigate the ups and downs of high school life.
From dealing with bullies to managing romantic relationships, there is never a dull moment in their lives. Mayo Chiki is a hilarious anime that follows the misadventures of these three unlikely friends.
Set in a world of high society and luxury, the Princess Lover anime adaptation follows the story of Teppei Arima. After his parents pass away, his wealthy grandfather takes in the teenager and introduces him to the lavish lifestyle and opulent surroundings.
But despite his newfound wealth and status, the orphan finds himself torn between his humble upbringing and this new world of excess and extravagance.
With 12 episodes of the comedy, ecchi themes, and plenty of harem action, this series offers something for fans of all types. It originally aired on TV in 2009.
Whether you're watching for the cute girls or just looking for a lighthearted thriller through high society, this show will give spice to your otherwise boring weekend.
Why The Hell Are You Here, Teacher!?
Why The Hell Are You Here, Teacher aired in 2019. With its mix of comedy and ecchi themes, it appeals to anime fans, particularly to young adults in high school.
Featuring a cast of memorable anime characters, the show follows the misadventures of Ichirou Satou as he encounters all sorts of crazy situations with his teacher Kana "The Demon" Kojima.
Whether they're climbing trees or finding themselves stuck in compromising positions, Kojima always manages to keep things interesting and push her students to the limit.
Regardless of whether you're a fan of anime or simply looking for a fun and lighthearted watch, Why The Hell Are You Here, Teacher is sure to provide endless entertainment for anyone who tunes in.
The Qwaser of Stigmata
If you're looking for a supernatural anime with a healthy dose of ecchi, try The Qwaser of Stigmata. This 2010 anime follows the adventures of Alexander Nikolaevich Hell who can control iron.
He meets fellow Mafuyu Oribe, who is being targeted by a group of people known as the Apostles of Athena. Together, they must face off against the apostles in order to protect Mafuyu and uncover the secrets of the academy.
One of the things that set The Qwaser of Stigmata apart is its use of breast milk. Hell and Kurae use it to power their qwasers.
While this may sound strange, it actually makes for some pretty hilarious scenes! If you're looking for an anime that's both action-packed and funny, check out this series.
Strike The Blood
Strike the Blood is perhaps best known as uncensored anime. It often pushes the limits of what is considered appropriate for television.
In spite of this, the show has developed a loyal following among fans of action-packed anime. The plot revolves around Kojou Akatsuki, a vampire who attends a high school for other supernatural creatures.
Yukina Himeragi joins him. She has been tasked to keep an eye on him. As the two get to know each other, they must deal with a variety of threats, from jealous rivals to rogue vampires.
Along the way, they are joined by an eclectic cast of characters, including a cat-eared bodyguard and a perverted teacher.
With its non-stop action and fan service, Stike the Blood is an anime that is not for everyone.
If you're looking for a funny, ecchi anime with great character development, Shimoneta is definitely worth checking out. It is a 12-episode ecchi anime that aired in 2015.
The story follows the main character, Tanukichi, as he becomes involved in a world where dirty jokes and pornography are prohibited. Even the mere mention of sex is taboo in the current setting and society.
Despite its raunchy premise, the show is actually surprisingly heartwarming. It has plenty of moments that will make you laugh out loud. The character development is incredibly done. The relationships between them are complex and believable.
Overall, Shimoneta is a great choice if you're looking for a light-hearted, comedic anime that will also leave you thinking about some pretty deep topics.
Kanokon: The Girl Who Cried Fox
Kanokon: The Girl Who Cried Fox aired in 2008. The story revolves around Kouta Oyamada, a transfer student who moves to the city to attend high school.
Upon transferring to a high school in the city, Kouta Oyamada finds himself the victim of affection from not one, but two animal spirits!
While trying to make a good impression at his new school, he's surprised when the beautiful Chizuru Ezomori throws herself at him. However, it turns out that she's not the only fox spirit with her eye on Kouta.
The wolf spirit Nozomu Ezomori is also interested in the transfer student, leading to a comedy of errors (and plenty of nosebleeds) as the two foxes fight for Kouta's affections.
Looking for a magical girl anime with plenty of comedy and action? Look no further than Dragonar Academy! With 12 episodes that aired in 2014, this anime is the perfect blend of fantasy and ecchi genres.
It is set at a magical school where students learn to ride and tame dragons. This show follows the misadventures of first-year student Ash Blake, who quickly becomes known as the "number one problem child" among his classmates.
Despite his unruly reputation, this teenager is surprisingly talented when it comes to everything dragon related. He finally gets the chance to prove himself when his dragon awakens in full glory.
Whether you're new to anime or a seasoned viewer looking for an exciting new series, Dragonar Academy is sure to entertain.
Kiss x Sis
Keita Suminoe is a young man caught in a predicament. He's madly in love with his twin stepsisters, Ako and Riko.
But he knows that it's wrong to incestuously desire them. This internal conflict forms the basis of the ecchi series, Kiss x Sis. The anime follows Keita as he navigates his way through his turbulent teenage years.
With its raunchy humor and over-the-top sexual escapades, Kiss x Sis quickly gained a following among boys and girls alike.
Whether you were rooting for Ako or Riko, or simply enjoyed watching them struggle to one-up each other at every turn, this hilariously twisted series always delivered in spades.
With 12 episodes to enjoy in all their uncensored glory, there was plenty of memorable ones.
Sekirei is an uncensored ecchi series that aired in 2008. It's a 12-episode show that's part action, part comedy, and part ecchi.
The story revolves around 19-year-old Minato Sahashi, a brilliant but struggling young man who has failed his college entrance exams for the second time.
As a result, he's regarded as worthless by those around him. However, his life takes a dramatic turn when a beautiful woman named Musubi falls from the sky and into his life, literally and figuratively.
Musubi is a Sekirei with extraordinary abilities. These aliens are known for kissing humans carrying the Ashikabi gene in order to gain access to their full power.
When Musubi kisses Minato, she awakens his true potential and sets off a chain of events that will change his life forever.
Shinmai Maō no Tesutamento
At Hijirigasaka Academy, Basara Toujou finds himself in the middle of an unexpected adventure. His father reveals that he is a member of a powerful demon clan and that Basara has inherited his powers.
The teenager suddenly finds himself at the center of a brewing war between demons and humans. With his new family of beautiful demon sisters, including buxom Mio and mischievous Maria, he must rally his allies to take on the daunting forces of the demon leader and protect the world from destruction.
With its fast-paced action, dark fantasy setting, and smoking-hot romances, Shinmai Maou no Testament is one of the most buzzed-about series of recent years.
This exciting series has it all from pulse-pounding action to steamy romance.
Valkyrie Drive Mermaid
Whether you're a fan of action-packed fantasy adventures or girls' love ecchi anime, Valkyrie Drive Mermaid is the show for you.
With its jaw-dropping animation and best-uncensored content, this show is sure to capture the hearts and minds of viewers. From start to finish, Valkyrie Drive Mermaid truly has it all, from romance and drama to action and humor.
With 12 addicting episodes that aired in 2015, this anime is the perfect choice for anyone who loves high-quality animated entertainment.
At just 16 years old, Mamori is a naïve and innocent girl who is often teased for her unfortunate surname.
But when she finds herself stranded on the exotic island of Mermaid along with beautiful and dangerous warrior Mirei Shikishima, nothing will ever be the same.
Golden Boy is an OVA that is a must-watch for anyone who loves animation. It features 12 hilarious episodes.
This uncensored anime follows the daily life of Kintarou Ooe. This young man is 25 years old and travels around Japan on his trusty steed, the Mikazuki 5.
Whether trying to navigate the complexities of political corruption or the ups and downs of the dating scene, Kintarou is always ready for an adventure. Even if it means taking on odd jobs, he will do it.
With its fast-paced and engaging style, Golden Boy will have you laughing out loud from start to finish.
So, if you love anime and are looking for something truly unique and delightfully uncensored, be sure to check out this epic OVA today!
Demon King Daimao
Akuto Sai transfers to Constant Magic Academy with the dream of making the world a better place. However, things take a turn for the worse when he's prophesied to become the Demon Lord King.
With ordinary life out of the question, Akuto must face the challenges that come with his new title head-on. Luckily, he has the support of Junko Hattori, a virtuous ninja clan member, by his side.
Together, they'll face whatever comes their way and try to change the world for the better. Demon King Daimao is a 12-episode anime that aired in 2010 and is licensed by Sentai Filmworks.
It's full of action, comedy, and fantasy elements, as well as harem and school themes. This series is a great choice!
Highschool of the Dead
Highschool of the Dead is the best ecchi anime out there. It's got everything you could want in a good ecchi anime. This 12-episode series aired in 2010.
It follows a group of high school students who are trying to survive in a world that has been overrun by zombies. The anime is full of action, horror, and supernatural elements.
Highschool of the Dead also happens to be one of the goriest and most violent ecchi anime out there. But if you can stomach the gore, then you're in for a treat.
Takashi Kimuro is your typical high school student who ends up killing his best friend who turns into a zombie. This sets off a chain of events that leads him to vow to protect Rei Miyamoto, the GF of his childhood friend.
Terra Formars is a truly unique and engaging anime series that is packed full of action, drama, and horror. With 13 episodes that aired back in 2014, this sci-fi horror series delves deep into human survival and the gore that ensues.
Set in the 26th century, human beings are faced with a deadly challenge on Mars: a lethal disease known as the Alien Engine Virus. In order to find a cure, they must travel to this toxic planet and brave its strange and dangerous inhabitants.
Along the way, the heroes encounter all manner of violent creatures from fierce humanoids to super-aggressive bugs. They attempt to survive in this harsh and unforgiving environment.
Terra Formars is one of the most action-packed and thrilling anime of all time.
To Love Ru
To Love Ru is an entertaining and engaging ecchi series. It is full of laughs and sexy moments. With its 26 episodes, the show managed to pack in a variety of comedic and romantic scenarios.
It follows the comedic adventures of Rito, a young man who finds himself constantly surrounded by beautiful young girls.
He tries to find the courage to profess his love to his longtime crush, Haruna. But things get even more complicated.
Suddenly, a mysterious young girl crashes into him while he's dipping in the bath.
With his growing attraction to this new girl, the male MC must navigate this hilarious world of sexy shenanigans if he ever hopes to win Haruna's heart.
This anime is the perfect choice for any die-hard fan of romantic comedies.
Queen's Blade is an anime series that aired in 2009. It quickly gained a fan following due to its mix of action, adventure, and fan service.
There are 12 episodes, each filled with ecchi scenes featuring the gorgeous women warriors who are fighting for the chance to be queen.
The series follows the journey of a young woman warrior who, after losing her first tournament match, sets out to train harder and become the next Queen.
Along the way, she makes friends and enemies, all while battling in increasingly challenging matches.
But while the fan service is definitely plentiful, it's not the only thing this anime has to offer.
There is also a strong storyline, with plenty of adventure and fantasy elements to keep viewers engaged.
GANTZ is an anime that tests the limits of its viewers. With 13 episodes that aired in 2004, this action-packed, horror anime does not hold back when it comes to gore, violence, and psychological horror.
The show is incredibly graphic and explicit, with scenes of violence, gore, and sexual assault. It follows Kei Kurono who dies and finds himself caught in a game where he must use his skills to survive.
GANTZ is a brutal examination of what happens when someone is pushed to their absolute limit. It's not an easy watch, but it's definitely worth checking out if you're a fan of uncensored anime.
As a result, GANTZ is not for the faint-hearted. However, those who are able to stomach the graphic content will be rewarded with an engaging and thought-provoking anime.
Is there anything uncensored on Crunchyroll?
While Crunchyroll may be a great place to watch anime, it's not exactly uncensored. In fact, most of the shows on Crunchyroll are edited for content, whether it's for violence, sexually explicit scenes, or even just rough language. It's what the Japanese producers licensed the company to stream.
As a result, there's really not much on Crunchyroll that can't be seen on other platforms like Netflix or Hulu. So if you're looking for something truly uncensored, you'll probably have to look elsewhere.
Does FUNimation have any uncensored versions of anime shows?
No, FUNimation does not have any uncensored versions of anime shows. While they do offer some shows that are rated 'Mature' or 'TV-MA', these shows are still censored.
For example, in the show 'Death Note', all of the profanity is bleeped out.
So if you're looking for an uncensored version of your favorite anime show, you'll have to look elsewhere.
However, if you're just looking for a show that's a little edgier than the usual fare, FUNimation might be worth checking out.
Just don't expect to find anything too explicit!
What is an ecchi anime?
An ecchi anime is a type of animated television or film series that is often characterized by lots of attractive female characters, panty shots, and suggestive storylines. Often, it is categorized as uncensored anime.
Typically featuring teenage or young adult protagonists, these shows often rely on fan service and unabashedly sexual content to engage viewers and hook them in.
Oftentimes, the plotlines can seem a bit formulaic or stereotypical – with coy heroines, love triangles, and panty-clad antics dominating the story.
But many fans don't seem to mind. Whether you're into tsunderes, panty shots, or ripped bods, there's no doubt that ecchi anime can be supremely entertaining!
So, which one of these shows is the best uncensored anime and is worth watching? Don't forget to leave your comment below!