Need some Tokyo Ravens anime recommendations? Since it's such a fun series, let's rank the best anime like Tokyo Ravens, with the help of your votes. These are anime that are similar to Tokyo Ravens in terms of tone, genre, and story, including series involving the hauntings and the supernatural.
The fantasy-adventure series Shaman King is a good anime that's similar to Tokyo Ravens. Shaman King follows the adventures of Yoh Asakura as he attempts to hone his shaman skills to be able to contact the Great Spirit. Other good anime recommendations for fans of Tokyo Ravens are Strike the Blood, Noragami, and Blast of Tempest.
What should you watch after finishing Tokyo Ravens? Find some great picks on the list below, and don't forget to vote up the anime you'd recommend to other Tokyo Ravens fans.
- Photo: user uploaded imageTwin Star Exorcists (TXN, 2016) is a Japanese anime series based on the shōnen fantasy manga series of the same title, written and illustrated by Yoshiaki Sukeno. A pair of young and talented exorcists that according to a prophecy, are destined to marry and have a child that will be the ultimate exorcist.... moreAgree or disagree?
- Photo: BonesNoragami (Tokyo MX, 2014) is a Japanese supernatural anime series based on the manga by Adachitoka from Bones animation studio. A minor god seeking to gain widespread worship teams up with a human girl he saved to gain fame, recognition and at least one shrine dedicated to him.... moreAgree or disagree?
- Black Bullet is a Japanese light novel series written by Shiden Kanzaki and illustrated by Saki Ukai and 2014 anime series. A 2021 viral epidemic yields a batch of female "Cursed Children" with superhuman abilities. Ten years later, teen Rentarō Satomi works with a group that leads the Cursed Childrens and works to prevent the destruction of the Tokyo Area and the world.... moreAgree or disagree?
- Photo: user uploaded imageStrike the Blood, also known in short form as SutoBura, is a Japanese light novel series by Gakuto Mikumo with illustrations by Manyako. A 24-episode anime television adaptation by Silver Link and Connect aired between October 4, 2013 and March 28, 2014 in Japan. The story follows the adventures of Kojou Akatsuki, a vampire in high school who is a bit reluctant to show his powers, and Yukina Himeragi, a teenage Sword Shaman apprentice who is sent to observe him.... moreAgree or disagree?