The 20 BEST J.C.Staff Anime Ever (Top Recommendations)
So either you’ve been an anime fan for quite a while or you’ve heard from a friend that the anime by J.C.Staff are amazing. Well! They aren’t wrong – J.C.Staff is one of the most established anime studios in existence and for very good reason. The studio has animated a lot and I mean a lot of anime over the course of their history.
Founded in January 1986 Japanese Creative Staff is responsible for many iconic series such as Toradora!, Azumanga Daioh, A Certain Magical Index, Honey and Clover, Zero no Tsukaima, and much more! Aside from the very popular anime they are also responsible for other hidden gems (the ones included in this list) that you’ll love and I proudly recommend them to whoever is looking to add numerous amazing anime to their assortment of shows.
20. Shakugan no Shana
Number of Episodes: 24
Synopsis/Plot Summary: Crimson Denizens are a mysterious being from a parallel universe that thrive on the life energy of human beings. Once they feed they only leave behind remainders of souls called “Torches” that will eventually be erased from the minds of the living similar to the victims’ existence. That’s where the warriors called Flame Haze step in – to defend the world from these monsters. Yuuji Sakai is a regular high school student until he is trapped in a crevice of time and is attacked by a Denizen. All of a sudden a nameless hunter, looking no different from an ordinary school girl – aside from her blazing eyes and crimson hair – comes to his rescue. Unfortunately by this time Yuuji has already become a Torch, a scrap of a memory waiting to be extinguished.
19. Daa! Daa! Daa!
Number of Episodes: 78
Synopsis/Plot Summary: Miyu is a simple 8th-grade girl at first, aside from the fact that both her parents have been hired by NASA. This results in them having to leave for America, handing over Miyu to Mr. Saionji. However, when Mr. Saionji decides to go on a year-long trip to India he leaves Miyu alone with his son, Kanata. If things couldn’t get any worse more problems come up when an alien baby and his babysitter crash land in their house. The baby begins to call Miyu and Kanata “mom” and “dad” respectively all while displaying his ESP powers and floating around!
18. Kimi to Boku. (You and Me.)
Number of Episodes: 13
Synopsis/Plot Summary: High school life is anything but exciting for the students in Kimi to Boku. A dull and monotonous journey through classes, the same old arguments, and boring career orientations. However, this is all avoided with the right group of students. Our main characters are four high school boys that have known each other since childhood who hang out in school every day. Becoming used to the lack of excitement, the addition of the transfer student, a half German half Japanese guy named Chizuru Tachibana may add a bit of adventure to their typical routine! With his very energetic personality and a ton of stories from a foreign country, he may be the one to finally lighten up the dull atmosphere of the group.