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Top 15 Best Anime By Wit Studio

(Last Updated On: September 30, 2022)

Wit Studio, Inc. is a Japanese animation studio founded on June 1, 2012, by producers at Production I.G as a subsidiary of IG Port. It is headquartered in Musashino, Tokyo, with Production I.G. producer George Wada as president and Tetsuya Nakatake, also a producer at Production I.G., as a director of the studio.

The studio was founded by George Wada, a former employee of Production I.G, in 2012. After its founding, Tetsuya Nakatake was placed as the representative director of the studio. Several other former Production I.G staff members joined Wit after its founding, including animation directors Kyōji Asano and Satoshi Kadowaki, and director Tetsurō Araki, all of whom worked together on Attack on Titan.

They have produced several well-known anime series that have become very popular. That is why people are always curious to know what the best anime is made by Wit Studio. Also check out other great anime studios.

15. Hal

HAL

Hal is a 2013 romance/sci-fi Japanese animated film. Written by Izumi Kizara and directed by Ryōtarō Makihara. It was released in Japan on June 8, 2013. The story takes place in a technologically advanced society in which robots can be programmed to behave like complete humans.

After

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a tragic plane accident, a robot, also known as Q01, is sent to a small Japanese town to help a person who has just lost a loved one. While trying to heal the melancholic heart, the past of the couple is unearthed.

14. Hozuki’s coolheadedness

Hozuki's coolheadedness

Hozuki’s Coolheadedness is a dark comedy/supernatural anime series. Hiro Kaburaki (season 1) and Kazuhiro Yoneda (season 2) directed the series. This anime aired on MBS and Tokyo Max from 10 January 2014–1 July 2018.

This anime follows the life of a Hōzuki, an aide to King Enma, the great king of Hell. and super-sadistic, Hōzuki tries to resolve the various problems in Hell, including a rampaging Momotarō and his companions. However, he also likes spending his free time on his hobbies, such as fawning over cute animals and raising “Goldfish Flowers.”

13. The Empire of Corpses

The Empire of Corpses

The Empire of Corpses is a 2015 Japanese science fiction adventure anime film directed by Ryoutarou Makihara. The movie is part of a series of films based on novels written by Project Itoh. The film was released on October 2, and Egoist performed the film’s ending theme. The film was originally set for release in December, but the date was later changed to October 2.

This anime tells the story of how the world has started using the raised dead, though with no soul in them, for regular mundane work. With the help of Friday, Dr. Watson, a medical student at the University of London, illegally searches for the missing soul in the dead.

Finally, Watson is caught by Mr. M, working for the British Crown, and is sent on a goose chase for the “Notes of Victor Frankenstein,” which details the creation of the first and only dead person attached to a soul. Dr. Watson accepts the deal with his motives behind the pursuit of the notes.

12. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress is a Japanese anime television series directed by Tetsurō Araki. It was broadcast for 12 episodes on Fuji TV’s Noitamina programming block from April to June 2016. The series was streamed on the Amazon Prime Instant Video service.

This anime tells the story of a large group of survivors seeking shelter while traveling on a train after their station was attacked by aggressive, undead creatures called Kabane. As the world is in the middle of an industrial revolution, a monster appears that cannot be defeated unless its heart, which is protected by a layer of iron, is pierced.

11. Vampire in the Garden

Vampire in the Garden

Star Makihara’s Vampire in the Garden is a dark fantasy and original Japanese net anime series. Originally set for a 2021 premiere on Netflix, the series was delayed to May 16, 2022. This anime tells the story of Momo, a human woman raised as a soldier in one of the last fortified human cities. She meets Fine, the begrudging queen of the vampires, and the two run away together in search of a better way of life apart from the conflict, if not an outright paradise.

10. Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song

Vivy_ Fluorite Eye's Song

Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song is a sci-fi/drama anime television series created by Tappei Nagatsuki and Eiji Umehara. It aired from April 3 to June 19, 2021, on Tokyo MX, GYT, GTV, BS11, MBS, Me-Tele, HBC, RKB, and Aniplus Asia.

The plot of this anime is as follows: After numerous experiments with creating autonomous AI, humans concluded that AI could only be functional if it were given just a single mission to dedicate its lives to. With that in mind, the first autonomous AI, a songstress named Diva, was created with a mission to “make people happy with [her] songs”.

However, Diva’s quest to sing on the main stage of the theme park Nia Land is disrupted by the arrival of Matsumoto, an AI from 100 years in the future who tells her of a world where AIs have decided to eradicate humanity and wishes to join hands with her to prevent it.

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9. Bubble

Bubble

The bubble is a 2022 Japanese animated post-apocalyptic film directed by Tetsurō Araki and written by Gen Urobuchi. This movie premiered on 2022-05-13 in Japan.

This anime movie shows the story of Tokyo after bubbles that broke the laws of gravity rained down upon the world. The city has become a playground for a group of young people who have lost their families, acting as a battlefield for parkour team battles as they leap from building to building.

Hibiki, a young ace known for his dangerous play style, makes a reckless move one day and plummets into the gravity-bending sea. His life is saved by Uta, a girl with mysterious powers. The pair then hear a unique sound, audible only to them.

8. After The Rain

After the Rain

After The Rain is a Romance/Slice of Life anime series directed by Ayumu Watanabe. This anime aired on Fuji TV’s Noitamina programming block from January 12, 2018–March 30, 2018.

This anime tells the story of Akira Tachibana, a high school student working part-time at a family restaurant. She starts falling in love with the manager, a forty-five-year-old divorced man with a young son. Akira struggles to determine why she is falling for Masami and whether or not to reveal her feelings to him.

7. Great Pretender

Great Pretender

Great pretender is a Japanese original net animation series directed by Hiro Kaburagi and written by Ryōta Kurosawa. This series was released worldwide on Netflix in August 2020 and also aired from July to December 2020 on Fuji TV’s +Ultra anime programming block.

This series follows the endeavors of Makoto alongside the cunning Laurent and his colorful associates in the world of international high-stakes fraud. Soon, Makoto realizes that he has gotten more than he bargained for as his self-declared skills are continually put to the test.

6. Seraph of the end

Seraph of the end

Seraph of the End is the anime adaptation of the manga of the same name by Takaya Kagami and Yamato Yamamoto. This anime was announced on August 28, 2014. Its plot is as Years ago, a lethal virus spread across the world, wiping out most of humanity and allowing vampires to enslave the human race. From there, Yuichiro Hyakuya and his fellow orphans at the Hyakuya orphanage are treated as livestock, only being allowed to live for their blood.

Desperate for freedom, Yuichiro and his best friend, Mikaela, hatch a plan to escape with their family to the outside world, hopefully, free from vampires—only for their attempts to end in tragedy. As the only one to make it out alive, Yuichiro allies himself with the Japanese Imperial Demon Army—Japan’s only hope against the vampires—to avenge his fallen friends.

5. The Ancient Magus Bride

The Ancient Magus Bride

The Ancient Magus Bride is a dark fantasy/mystery anime series directed by Norihiro Naganuma. This anime was aired on AT-X, Tokyo MX, MBS, TVA, TVS, CTC, BS11, and HBC from October 7, 2017–March 24, 2018. This anime follows the life of Hatori Chise, who is a 15-year-old orphan. Lost, without hope, and without a family, she sells herself to a non-human mage known as Elias Ainsworth. Hesitant, she starts a new life with him as his new apprentice.

4. Vinland saga

Vinland Saga

Vinland Saga is an adventure/historical anime series produced by Wit Studio that aired on NHK General TV from July 7, 2019–present. The story of this anime combines a dramatization of King Cnut the Great’s historical rise to power with a revenge plot centered on the historical explorer Thorfinn, the son of a murdered ex-warrior who serves under a group of mercenaries responsible for the deed; the story progresses through several story arcs beyond this, eventually culminating in an expedition to Vinland. Also check out other great anime like vinland saga.

3. Ranking of kings

Ranking of Kings

Ranking of Kings is a coming-of-age/fantasy comedy anime series directed by Yōsuke Hatta and Makoto Fuchigami that aired on October 15, 2021, on Fuji TV’s Noitamina programming block. The story of this anime series is about a little prince named Bojji who is deaf but above all naive. Because despite much criticism from his people about his accession to the throne, he does his best and dreams of becoming the greatest of kings.

2. Spy x family

Spy x Family

It is an action/spy anime series produced by Wit Studio and CloverWorks that debuted on April 9, 2022, and is currently airing. The plot revolves around Schedules Agent Twilight, the best spy for the nation of Westalis, who is tasked with infiltrating an elite private school.

To accomplish this, he disguises himself as psychiatrist Loid Forger, adopts an orphan girl, and marries a city hall employee. His daughter Anya, unbeknownst to him, is a telepath, and his wife, Yor, is an assassin. While working to complete Twilight’s missions and keep the world at peace, the three learn to become a family.

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1. Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan is a Japanese dark fantasy anime television series adapted from the manga of the same name. Hajime Isayama is the creator and illustrator of this epic series. This anime is set in a world where humanity is forced to live in cities surrounded by three enormous walls that protect them from gigantic man-eating humanoids referred to as Titans. The story follows Eren Yeager, who vows to exterminate the Titans after they bring about the destruction of his hometown and the death of his mother.

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Sahil Khan
I’m a 19-year-old Indian otaku. I love anime and it is the thing that sustains and refreshes my life. I want more people to know about anime. That's why I write articles about anime. The Dragon Ball series is my favourite anime.
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