Here Are Four Cute Anime For You To Watch And Relax

“School Babysitters,” or “Gakuen Babysitters,” is a 2009 comedy slice-of-life manga adapted into a 12-episode short anime in 2018.

School Babysitters

The anime sets up its premise with a downer, but the overall story and characters more than makeup for the initial heartbreak. Following the tragic loss of their parents in a plane crash, Ryuichi and Kotaro Kashima find themselves orphaned and without a support system.

“K-On” is a 2007 comedy musical manga adapted into a 2 season anime in 2009, followed by a movie in 2011.

K-On

It follows the story of five unlikely friends forming the cutest, most laid-back rock band ever. “K-On” can be watched on Crunchyroll.

“Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions” is a 2012 romance light novel turned anime adaptation initially set for a 12-episode series but later converted to a franchise with two seasons, two films, and two OVAs under its belt.

Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions

The story follows Yuta, a high school student aiming to make a fresh start by distancing himself from his embarrassing middle school days. Yuta used to suffer from delusions in middle school. “Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions” can be streamed on Crunchyroll.

“Barakamon” is a 2009 comedy slice-of-life manga adapted into a 12-episode anime in 2014, followed by a 12-episode spin-off series called Handa-kun.

Barakamon

It follows the protagonist, Seishu Handa, as he gets sent to a remote village to repent and work on his anger management problems after punching an elderly man for criticizing his work. “Barakamon” is available for streaming on Crunchyroll.

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