Although Amazon Prime is not most anime fans' first pick for watching their favorite series, it offers a surprising number of outstanding titles accessible. Amazon Prime has something for everyone, from big successes to underappreciated gems.

With new series being uploaded all the time, Prime has become a go-to spot for all the best anime, whether you're an anime fanatic or someone who's just starting out.

Chelsea Steele updated this page on May 20, 2023: This list has been updated to include even more series for subscribers to check out.

35 Blade Of The Immortal (2019)

1 Season, 24 Episodes

Blade of the Immortal has gotten the reboot treatment, and While some fans think the original Blade of the Immortal anime is better, the 2019 adaptation is overall very well-received. The iconic samurai story follows Manji, an infamous swordsman known for killing hundreds in his time.

Many people believe him to be utterly unstoppable, and they may be right. Because Manji has been given immortality, he is essentially the best warrior there is. However, the fact that he is eternal is more of a curse than a blessing. Manji pursues redemption in the hopes that it will set him free one day.

34 Mary And The Witch's Flower

1h 43 min

Ghibli enthusiasts with a Prime membership will enjoy Mary and the Witch's Flower. This pleasant and endearing film chronicles the exploits of a young girl named Mary Smith.

Mary has always felt incapable of performing any task well. She always appears to get in the way and is uncomfortable and clumsy. All of that alters when she comes upon a unique flower that grants its owner temporary magical abilities. Now that Mary possesses skills beyond anything she's ever experienced, she finds herself in a strange new world where the impossibly is achievable.

33 Moby Dick: Great Whale In Space

1 Season, 25 Episodes

The sci-fi masterpiece Moby Dick: Great Whale in Space, which takes viewers on a voyage based on Herman Melville's well-known book, is shamefully underappreciated. The distinctive old-school story, which follows the travels of notorious outlaw Captain Ahab and his crew, combines classic literature and space adventure.

Together, they hunt the galaxy for the frightening Moby Dick, a monster that is capable of obliterating entire planets. Fans of sci-fi, space pirates, and vintage anime will adore Moby Dick.

32 Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon

2 Seasons, 48 Episodes

Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon is the highly anticipated sequel to the beloved 2000s classic Inuyasha. The series brings a new generation of characters to the forefront and stars the daughters of Sesshomaru. After being tragically separated at birth, Towa and her twin sister Setsuna reunite.

They quickly learn that they are the formidable demon lord Sesshomaru's daughters and set out to find him. Fans of the original series must watch Yashahime.

31 Magical Angel Creamy Mami

1 Season, 52 Episodes

Magical Angel Creamy Mami is a beloved '80s series starring a young girl with big dreams. Ten-year-old Yuu Mirosawa might seem like an ordinary girl on the outside, but she's been given magical powers thanks to an otherworldly encounter.

She employs her skills to change into Creamy Mami, a stunning young idol. The show chronicles Yuu's exploits as she manages her double life while balancing her daily responsibilities with acting, singing, and fending off evil guys.

30 Ronja The Robber's Daughter

1 Season, 26 Episodes

Ronja the Robber's Daughter is a surprising addition to Studio Ghibli's catalog. Unlike the studio's other works, Ronja the Robber's Daughter is a TV series. The story follows the young titular heroine while she navigates life as a bandit's daughter, encountering magical creatures and new friends along the way.

Ronja the Robber's Daughter features only CGI animation, in contrast to the majority of Ghibli films, which are traditionally animated. Although Ronja the Robber's Daughter is a beautiful and wholesome narrative that blends in perfectly with the studio's other works, this sudden difference will put some people off.

29 Inuyasha

2 Seasons, 54 Episodes

Inuyasha is one of the most beloved shonen anime of the 2000s, and its influence shaped much of the scene during this era and later Isekai anime. The series centers around protagonist Kagome Higurashi, who falls through a portal in an old well at her family's shrine, transporting her to Feudal Japan, a dangerous time when humans and demons intermingled.

She meets a brash half-demon named Inuyasha here, and the two of them set off on a quest to find the missing pieces of the revered Shikon Jewel. The anime classic Inuyasha is a must-see for all aficionados of the genre.

28 Case Closed

5 Seasons, 127 Episodes

While most anime only have a shelf life of a few years at best, some go on way beyond, lasting for decades to come. Among those is Case Closed, also known as Detective Conan in Japan, which is currently one of the longest-running anime and shows period. Case Closed has been a mainstay of the medium for almost thirty years now, and the series is still going strong with absolutely no signs of stopping any time soon.


Shinichi Kudo, a talented young detective who becomes a child after ingesting a weird poison, is the main character of Detective Conan. Kudo, who is currently trapped in a child's body, solves new crimes under the moniker Conan Edogawa as he searches for a cure.

27 Chi's Sweet Adventure

2 Seasons, 76 Episodes

Chi's Sweet Adventure is the beloved franchise's third series, now back with a brand-new 3D look. While most anime fans aren't too keen on any sort of CGI in anime, this wholesome series is one of the few exceptions that does it very well.

Chi, a young and exuberant kitten, and her many adventures with her family and friends are the main characters of the novel. Chi's Sweet Adventure, like the previous series, is a lighthearted slice-of-life anime with no true underlying plot or continuity. Because each 12-minute episode is a standalone mini-adventure, it's simple to follow along.

26 Pokémon

22 Seasons

Pokémon is easily one of the most popular anime franchises of all time. Spanning over twenty-five seasons and still counting, this beloved classic has been a staple for anime fans for generations. For many, Pokémon was their gateway into anime fandom. The series follows iconic hero Ash Ketchum as he travels the various regions in hopes of becoming a Pokémon Master.

Ash's adventure, along with those of his numerous friends and Pikachu, has inspired innumerable people over the years. Fans may find the first 22 seasons of Pokémon on Amazon Prime, even though the complete series isn't available there.

25 Happy Sugar Life

1 Season, 12 Episodes

Happy Sugar Life has one of the most deceptive titles of all time. The series centers around Satou Matsuzaka and her obsessive love for a young girl named Shio Koube. After essentially kidnapping Shio and keeping her hostage in her apartment, Satou goes to extreme lengths to keep her love safe, even killing when deemed necessary.

The more Satou strives to keep them together, the more twisted their relationship becomes, and the more out of control their lives get. Not everyone will enjoy the anime, but Happy Sugar Life is a must-watch for those who want a particularly sinister psychological tale.

24 Kaiba

1 Season, 12 Episodes

Kaiba is one of the most experimental anime currently on Prime. This underrated classic offers a thought-provoking look into some of humanity's toughest questions, such as the meaning of life, existence, and identity.


The protagonist of Kaiba awakens one day with a hole in his chest, a curious locket in his palm, and no memory of who or where he is. on the hopes that she will hold the key to his forgotten memories, he sets out on a quest to locate the woman shown on his locket. Kaiba is a profound and engrossing series full of self-discovery that tests its viewers at every turn.

23 Jojo's Bizarre Adventure

4 Seasons

Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is a name everyone knows by now. JJBA has become one of the most beloved shonen series of all time within the past decade. Fans can't get enough of the iconic Joestar family and the many bizarre situations they find themselves in.

With a story spanning over many generations, each arc follows a new protagonist and a brand-new cast of characters in a new setting. Aalmost every season of Jojo's is currently available on Amazon Prime, excluding only the fifth and sixth. This is great news for newcomers looking to start the series and long-time fans who just want to relive the magic.

22 Boarding School Juliet

1 Season, 12 Episodes

Judging from its name, it's not hard to figure out that Boarding School Juliet is a modernized version of the Shakespearian classic, Romeo and Juliet. That said, this version of the story takes place in high school and is far from a tragedy.

The Dahlia Academy serves as the series' focal point, bringing together students from two rival nations under the leadership of Juliet Persia and Romio Inuzuka, who initially seem to be sworn foes. The rivalry between Romio and Juliet is just a show for the other students; in reality, they are profoundly in love. The narrative follows the couple as they struggle to keep their relationship a secret while upholding their academic credentials.

21 Lupin III

Lupin III has been around for decades and garnered a large international fanbase. This iconic mystery adventure series follows the antics of Arsène Lupin III, a high-profile thief and self-proclaimed gentleman with a love for danger and beautiful women.

There are enough Lupin episodes and movies to last a lifetime, and Amazon Prime has a startling number of them. There are various spin-offs and movies available for fans of the world-class thief, and there are at least the first five episodes of the series. Even Lupin III vs. Cat's Eye, the newest entry in the series, can only be found in a select few locations, including Prime.

20 Grand Blue Dreaming

1 Season, 12 Episodes

Grand Blue Dreaming is one of the rare anime to put the spotlight on young adult life and early college years. The story follows Iori Kitahara, a young freshman looking to make the most of his time in college.

He sets out on a crazier adventure than he could have ever dreamed after meeting the boisterous and rowdy Diving Club members. For any older fans searching for a more approachable cast, Grand Blue Dreaming is a welcome improvement to the genre.

19 Death Note

1 Season, 37 Episodes

Death Note is one of the most popular psychological thrillers of the 2000s. Death Note follows a young man named Light Yagami who one day discovers a mysterious notebook called a Death Note – a book with the power to end the life of anyone unlucky enough to have their name written inside.


With it, Light goes on a frightful killing spree, dishing out his own brand of justice to anyone he deems undeserving of life. Death Note is a must-watch for new and old anime fans alike.

18 Hunter X Hunter

148 Episodes

There have been many incredible shonen anime over the years, but few have ever reached the iconic level of Hunter x Hunter. This beloved classic has been a fan favorite for decades, and it's still one of the top shonen anime still today. The story follows Gon, a young boy with surprising power who vows to become a Hunter, in hopes of finding his missing father.

Hunter X Hunter was relaunched in 2011, faithfully translating the running manga at the time. The anime presently has six seasons and will return with a seventh in the future. For the time being, fans can only view the first three seasons on Amazon Prime.

17 Dropkick On My Devil

1 Season, 12 Episodes

Dropkick on My Devil is a hilarious series that features the chaotic daily life of Jashin-chan, a demon girl summoned to Earth by Yurine Hanazono.

Even though Yurine has a keen interest in occult matters, she is still a novice and has no idea how to return Jashin-chan to Hell. Yurine makes Jashin-chan her permanent companion, and the only way she can ever return home is by killing her summoner. She'll have to accept the fact that it's easier said than done.

16 Princess Tutu

1 Season, 26 Episodes

Princess Tutu is a distinctive plot that blends aspects of fairy tales, ballet, and traditional magical girl clichés to create a series that is unlike any other in the category. The protagonist of the tale, Princess Tutu, is transformed into a young girl named Ahiru using a mystical pendant.

She gathers the heart fragments of a mystery storybook prince who gave his life to enclose a dangerous raven in this shape. Princess Tutu will be loved by everyone who enjoys a good magical girl series, especially those who prefer a grimmer plot.