The Best Anime Like Zoku Owarimonogatari

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As strange a series as ever, Zoku Owarimonogatari is yet another installment of the Monogatari series that you know and love, this time attempting to move forward after years of mysteries and monsters. Araragi has finally finished his senior year of high school and plans to have a promising future ahead of him, but it seems like that will be a little difficult while the past continues to haunt him. Excitingly enough, we get yet another series full of our favorite characters and a new story to love. 

Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end with Zoku Owarimonogatari being no different. If you've completed the series, you're probably looking for the next show to get hooked on before the hole left behind by this series becomes glaring. We have several perfect titles that have all your favorite supernatural girls; classics like Spice and Wolf that feature an older world with a strange woman or current series like Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai where a young girl wears a scandalous outfit just to be seen are all excellent follow-ups. 

Let us know which ones were your favorite by voting them up! Here are our recommendations for Zuko Owarimonogatari.

  • When high school studen Mashiro Aoi runs into Yagashira Kiyotaka, she's convinced to work part-time at his family's store Kyoto's Teramachi Sanjou shopping district. It seems like a normal story; who hasn't worked a part-time job once before? However, this is no normal store. Kiyotaka is infamously known as the "Holmes at Teramachi Sanjou" who solves mysterious for the various clients that seek him out. Now Aoi will be joining him on this strange journey with the various people coming to them for help. If you love mysteries and two unlikely people working together, much like in Zuko Owarimonogatari than Holmes of Kyoto is a perfect fit for you. 

    11 votes
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    9 VOTES

    Have you ever been in need and seen a telephone number written in red? That is the direct line for the self-proclaimed "Delivery God," Yato God. For the low cost of five yen, he'll help you with whatever you need; all in the name of his dream for millions of worshippers. However, Yato is far from well-known, especially since he doesn't have a single shrine dedicated to him. Much like Zuko Owarimonogatari, Noragami is a perfect supernatural anime that takes a look at the divine life of a not-so-divine god just trying to make ends meet. 

    9 votes
  • Where do deities go when the world moves beyond them? Holo, a wolf deity that used to bless the harvest of the small town Pasloe, has become more myth and legend rather than fact. As Pasloe grew beyond her, she lost much of her status, no longer respected as she once was. The traveling merchant, Kraft Lawrence, arrives at her town and she offers him a deal; if he would take her to Yoitsu, she would be his business partner and help him make deals along the way; her ability to read people helps to confirm their wants. Thus, a journey begins between an unlikely pair. If you love weird girls who love pulling the strings of the male protagonist, much like in Zuko Owarimonogatari, Spice and Wolf is a perfect show to watch after. 

    5 votes
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    5 VOTES

    The supernatural elements of Zuko Owarimonogatari was part of why it became such a success in the first place; after all, how else would we have gotten such amazing characters with gifted abilities? If you're looking for something with that same sort of vibe, Mushi-shi is a classic that shouldn't be overlooked. Ginko is off on a journey, chasing after various events that he believes is caused by creatures known as "Mushi." It is said that these creatures are the most basic forms of life in the world, with no real motive behind their existence. However, their interference can cause a number of mishaps, bringing the supernatural to life for the unsuspecting humans around them. 

    5 votes
  • If you're looking for another mystery-solving anime series that also has to do with the supernatural, like Zuko Owarimonogatari did, than consider Kara no Kyoukai for your watch list. Touko Aozaki is the head of a special detective agency that works on paranormal cases who's just taken on a very disturbing project. When a string of schoolgirls commit suicide by jumping to their deaths off a building that is scheduled to be destroyed, it's up to his team to find out just what is going on. Setting detectives Mikiya Kokutou and Shiki Ryougi on the case, can they discover what's going on before it's too late? 

    5 votes
  • During the Edo period in the Fukagawa ward, the area was known for being prone to fires and flooding. An absolute nightmare for those who call this place home, renting everyday items became much more common. This was so that, should a person need to flee during a tragedy, they wouldn't have to worry about losing costly items they'd invested in. Running a rental shop for such items is brother and sister, Obeni and Seiji. Izumoya would sell normal items if it weren't for the fact that some are over a hundred years old and have turned into spirits! What happens when you end up renting out spirits to customers? This series follows such a tale. If you like the supernatural aspect of Zuko Owarimonogatari but would like to see it in an older setting, We Rent Tsukumogami is the right series for you. 

    3 votes