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10 Anime You Can Watch with Your Family During the Holidays!

10 Anime You Can Watch with Your Family During the Holidays!

-Written by: Quinn

10 Anime You Can Watch with Your Family During the Holidays Guide will lead the way!

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Headed to your eclectic aunt’s for some turkey jerky? Instead of being distracted by her brightly colored oddities, introduce her to Mononoke. Her eyes will light up from this anime’s unique visual style. Maybe she’ll even fall for the keen wit and intellect of the Medicine Seller as he defeats malevolent spirits across feudal Japan.

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Stuck at the kids table with your cousins discussing Pokemon Go? Why not introduce them to The Seven Deadly Sins.Pitch it as having a “similar” plot as Princess Elizabeth is on a quest to find the ones known as The Seven Deadly Sins. She first finds a short barkeep named Meliodas and thus begins their journey together to collect the remaining Seven Deadly Sins in order to save the Kingdom of Liones and defeat evil!

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Trapped in a car or on a plane with your sibling? Instead of annoying the living daylights out of each other why not bond over some Turn A Gundam. This Gundam tale has Victorian elements intermingled with your favorite quintessential Gundams! Say what!? Heck yeah, it’s definitely past time to check this out!

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Headed to the country for some homemade pie with your favorite farmer or rancher? Show them that Silver Spoon is not just an eating utensil. You’ll watch Hachiken learn all about farm life while attending the Oezo Agricultural School and it’s not too far from the truth! This anime has a bunch of heart, is full of life lessons, and who knew you’d be crying over bacon this much!?

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Separated from your sweetheart during all of the holiday hoopla for what seems like a lifetime. Your ordeal is similar to Takaki’s in 5 Centimeters Per Second. He’s been separated from his childhood best friend and with his emotions on edge he wonders if the two will ever meet again. Yep, your ordeal feels pretty much exactly like that!

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Tempted to bury your least favorite family member in the back yard. Send them subliminal messages by introducing them to Beautiful Bones. Sakurako has a huge collection of bones, animal or otherwise, and she has a knack for figuring out what happened to the victims. Perhaps your relative might catch the clue?

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Finally haning with your Friends? Why not let your guard down and enjoy some fanservice with Monster Musume? You aren’t as clueless as Kimihito who’s become an unwitting ambassador for a cultural exchange program. He got more than he bargained for and now his house is full of monster girls!

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Your uncle drones on and on about nothing to watch during the holidays. S him down, and turn him onto a show that isn’t quite anime, but is still beloved by fans. The Big O has a vibe like Batman, a noir art style, and a cool giant robot out to save Paradigm City in this former Toonami favorite.

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Tired of the traditional family viewing choices Press play on an anime the whole family can love: One-Punch Man. Saitama’s a superhero who’s practically invincible as he’s able to defeat the mightiest of foes with a single punch! So how does an overpowered hero keep himself interested in his work? The answers might surprise everyone and induce some belly laughs.

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Wishing you were invisible or simply want some quiet time. Maybe you’ll pick up a trick or two from watching The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya. Kyon can’t find Haruhi and she’s not just missing from school but entirely! So where’s Haruhi gone off too? Kyon will have to round up members of the SOS Brigade to solve the mystery and once all is revealed you can do some reverse engineering and apply this feat in order to add to your own anime holiday cheer!

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