55 best isekai anime of all time

55 Best Isekai Anime of All Time

Today, we will share a list of Isekai anime series with you. These Isekai anime are about monsters, demons, or an outsider protagonist from another world.

I’m sure most of you enjoy the isekai anime series. It’s an old genre of anime that has recently gained popularity, and many manga and anime creators are vying to create a masterpiece anime for isekai anime fans.

The ‘Transported to another world’ genre, known as Isekai, is making waves in the anime world. With releases like Re:Zero, the Isekai Quartet, and so many more, anime is gaining popularity by the day.

It’s difficult to ignore the opportunities it provides for the anime industry. With the rise of this genre, among others, Isekai has a lot of potential that has yet to be explored.

So, without further ado, let’s get started with the best reverse isekai anime series to watch.

1. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

Satoru Mikami, 37, is a typical corporate worker who is perfectly content with his monotonous lifestyle in Tokyo, save for the fact that he has never had a girlfriend. In the midst of a casual encounter with a colleague, he is stabbed by an unknown assailant on the streets. However, as he succumbs to his injuries, a strange voice echoes in his mind and recites a series of commands that the dying man cannot understand.

When Satoru regains consciousness, he discovers that he has been reincarnated as a slimy goop in an unknown realm. As a result, he gains new abilities, most notably the ability to devour anything and mimic its appearance and abilities.

He then comes across the sealed Catastrophe-level monster “Storm Dragon” Veldora, who has been imprisoned for the past 300 years for destroying a town. Satoru befriends him, sympathising with his predicament and promising to help him destroy the seal. In exchange, Veldora bestows the name Rimuru Tempest on him in order to grant him divine protection.

Rimuru, now free of the monotony of his previous life, embarks on a new journey with a specific goal in mind. As he adjusts to his new body, his gooey antics spread throughout the world, gradually changing his fate.

2. Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation

Despite being bullied, scorned, and oppressed his entire life, a 34-year-old shut-in mustered the courage to attempt something heroic—only for it to end tragically. But, in an unexpected turn of events, he awakens in another world as Rudeus Greyrat, resuming his life as a baby born to two adoring parents.

Rudeus quickly adapts to his new environment by retaining his memories and knowledge from his previous life. With the mind of an adult, he begins to demonstrate magical talent that exceeds all expectations, honing his skill with the assistance of a mage named Roxy Migurdia. Rudeus learns swordplay from his father, Paul, and meets Sylphiette, a young girl who quickly becomes his best friend.

As Rudeus’ second chance at life begins, he strives to make the most of his newfound freedom while overcoming his traumatic past. And maybe one day he’ll find the one thing he couldn’t find in his previous life: love.

3. The Rising of the Shield Hero

The Four Cardinal Heroes are a group of ordinary men from modern-day Japan who have been summoned to the kingdom of Melromarc to save it. Melromarc is a country besieged by the Waves of Catastrophe, which have ravaged the land and brought disaster to its citizens for centuries. To defeat the Waves, the four heroes are given a sword, spear, bow, and shield. Naofumi Iwatani, an otaku, is cursed with the role of “Shield Hero.” Naofumi, armed only with a meagre shield, is mocked and dismissed by his fellow heroes and the people of the kingdom due to his lacklustre offensive abilities and personality.

When the heroes are given resources and comrades to train with, Naofumi sets out with Malty Melromarc, the only person willing to train alongside him. However, he is soon betrayed by her and falsely accused of taking advantage of her. Naofumi is then heavily discriminated against and despised by the people of Melromarc because of something he did not do. Naofumi embarks on his journey of self-improvement and reputation-building with a raging storm of hurt and mistrust in his heart. Later on, however, the difficulty of being on his own sets in, so Naofumi purchases Raphtalia, a demi-human slave on the verge of death, to accompany him on his travels.

4. KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!

Kazuma Satou, a high school student and recluse, finds himself sitting before a beautiful but obnoxious goddess named Aqua after dying a laughable and pathetic death on his way back from buying a game. She gives the NEET two options: continue on to heaven or reincarnate in every gamer’s fantasy world! Kazuma, who has chosen to start a new life, is quickly tasked with defeating a Demon King who is terrorising villages. But before he leaves, he can choose one item of any type to help him in his quest, and the future hero chooses Aqua. But Kazuma has made a critical error—Aqua is completely useless!

Unfortunately, their problems do not end there; it turns out that living in such a world is nothing like how it appears in a game. Instead of embarking on an exciting adventure, the pair must first work to cover their living expenses. Their misfortunes have only recently begun!

5. Saga of Tanya the Evil

Tanya Degurechaff is a young soldier known for her predatory-like ruthlessness and uncanny tactical acumen, earning her the moniker “Devil of the Rhine.” Underneath her innocent appearance, however, lies the soul of a man who challenged Being X, the self-proclaimed God, to a battle of wits, resulting in his reincarnation as a little girl into a world of magical warfare.

Tanya, hellbent on defiance, resolves to rise through the ranks of her country’s military as it slowly descends into world war, with only Being X proving to be the most formidable obstacle to resuming the peaceful life she once knew. However, her foresight and combat initiative have an unintended consequence: propelling the mighty Empire to become one of the most powerful nations in human history.

6. Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-

When Subaru Natsuki walks out of the convenience store, the last thing he expects is to be ripped from his everyday life and thrust into a fantasy world. Things aren’t looking good for the befuddled teen, who is attacked by some thugs not long after his arrival. He is quickly beaten to a pulp, armed only with a bag of groceries and a now-ineffective cell phone. Fortunately, a mysterious beauty named Satella, who is on the hunt for the person who stole her insignia, comes across Subaru and saves him.

Subaru offers to assist in her search as a way of thanking the honest and kindhearted girl, and later that night, he discovers the location of what she seeks. But, unbeknownst to them, a much darker force stalks the pair from the shadows, and Subaru and Satella are brutally murdered just minutes after discovering the insignia.

However, Subaru is immediately reawakened to a familiar scene—confronted by the same gang of thugs, meeting Satella for the first time—the mystery deepens as history inexplicably repeats itself.

7. Overlord

The end of the popular virtual reality game Yggdrasil has arrived. Momonga, a powerful wizard and master of the dark guild Ainz Ooal Gown, however, decides to spend his final moments in the game as the servers begin to shut down. Momonga is surprised to discover that, despite the fact that the clock has struck midnight, he is still fully conscious as his character, and that the non-player characters appear to have developed personalities of their own!

When confronted with this unusual situation, Momonga orders his loyal servants to assist him in investigating and taking control of this new world, in the hopes of determining what has caused this development and if there are others in the same situation.

8. No Game No Life

Disboard is a world ruled by Tet, the One True God, and home to sixteen sentient races. Imanity, the lowest of the sixteen, is made up of humans, a race with no affinity for magic. Humankind appears to have no way out of their predicament in a place where everything is decided through simple games—but the arrival of two outsiders changes everything.

On Earth, stepsiblings Sora and Shiro are inseparable shut-ins who dominate various online games as “Blank.” While they are well-known on the internet, the pair believes that life is just another boring game.

They are suddenly transported to Disboard after responding to a message from an unknown user. Tet, the mysterious sender, informs them about the world’s unbreakable rules. Following Tet’s departure, Sora and Shiro begin their search for more information and a place to stay, which leads them to Elkia—last Imanity’s remaining kingdom.

There, the duo meets Stephanie Dola, an emotional young woman vying for the throne of the kingdom. In desperation, she attempts to reclaim her father’s throne, but her folly renders her goal impossible to achieve. Sora and Shiro are inspired by the girl’s motivation and passion and decide to help Stephanie get Elkia back on its feet, ultimately aiming to become the new rulers of the enigmatic realm.

9. Log Horizon

After the game’s latest update, thirty thousand befuddled Japanese gamers are whisked from their everyday lives into the world of the popular MMORPG, Elder Tale—unable to log out. Shiroe, a socially awkward college student, is among them. His confusion and shock last only a moment as, as a veteran of the game, he immediately sets out to explore the boundaries of his new reality.

Shiroe must learn to live in this new world, leading others and negotiating with the NPC “natives” in order to bring stability to Akihabara, the virtual city. He is joined by his unlucky friend Naotsugu, who has logged in for the first time in years only to find himself trapped, and Akatsuki, a petite but fierce assassin who refers to Shiroe as her master. Log Horizon is a fantasy, adventure, and political story that explores the elements of gaming through the eyes of a master strategist attempting to make the best of a perplexing situation.

10. Ascendance of a Bookworm

Urano Motosu adores books and has an insatiable desire to read literature of all genres. She is on her way to becoming a librarian, but her life is cut short by an accident. As she takes her final breath, she wishes she could read more books in her next life.

As if fate had heard her prayer, she awakens as Myne, a frail five-year-old girl from the mediaeval era. Her passion is the first thing that comes to mind. She tries to find something to read but is frustrated by the lack of books available to her.

Books must be written and copied by hand without the printing press, making them very expensive; as a result, only a few nobles can afford them—but this will not deter Myne. She will demonstrate that her desire to read is unbreakable, and if there are no books available, she will create them herself!

11. GATE

Off-duty Youji Itami, a Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) officer and otaku, is on his way to a doujin convention in Ginza, Tokyo, when a mysterious portal in the shape of a large gate appears out of nowhere. Supernatural creatures and warriors clad in mediaeval armour emerge from this gate, charging through the city, killing and destroying everything in Youji saves as many lives as he can with quick actions, while the rest of the JSDF focuses their efforts

Three months after the attack, Youji has been assigned to lead a special recon team as part of a JSDF task force that will be sent to the world beyond the gate, now known as the “Special Region.” They must travel into this unknown world to learn more about what they are dealing with and to make friends with the locals in the hopes of establishing peaceful ties with the ruling empire. If they fail, they will be forced to take part in a devastating war that will engulf both sides of the gate.

12. Drifters

Toyohisa Shimazu is the rearguard for his retreating troops during the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, and he is critically wounded when he finds himself in a modern, gleaming white hallway. Faced with nothing but a stoic man named Murasaki and hundreds of doors on both sides, Toyohisa is drawn into the nearest door and into a world unlike his own.

The strange land is inhabited by all manner of fantastical creatures, as well as warriors thought to be dead from various eras of Toyohisa’s world.

13. Tsukimichi -Moonlit Fantasy-

Makoto Misumi is sent to another world to meet the goddess and become the hero as part of a mysterious contract made years ago by a goddess and his parents. However, the deity regards Makoto as “hideous,” refusing to even look at him and rescinding his heroic title. In exchange for the ability to understand all languages except human, the goddess drives Makoto to the farthest reaches of the wasteland, far from human civilization.

Makoto’s inherent physical and magical abilities awaken as a result of the disparity between Earth and this new world, making him extremely powerful. He meets various demihumans and mythical beings who are all captivated by his characteristics and join Makoto in creating a new community where they can all coexist peacefully.

Nonetheless, despite his success, Makoto longs to meet other people. Makoto and his companions must fulfil his desire in a world where the goddess herself has forbidden him from interacting with his kind—and perhaps reform society along the way.

14. My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!

Most people would prefer to be the protagonist of an adventure-filled world, whether in a game or in another world. Unfortunately, one particular girl is not so fortunate. As she recalls her previous life, she realises she was reborn in the world of Fortune Lover, one of the games she used to play.

Unfortunately, the character she was reincarnated into—Catarina Claes—is the game’s main antagonist, who faces utter doom in every ending. She uses her extensive knowledge of the game to free herself from the bonds of this cursed destiny.

This will not be an easy task, especially since she must be careful not to set off death alarms that will hasten the impending doom she is attempting to avoid. Nonetheless, she strives—not as the heroine, but as the villainess—to effect change in the lives of those around.

15. Kakuriyo: Bed and Breakfast for Spirits

Aoi Tsubaki, who was abandoned as a child by her mother, has always had the ability to see “ayakashi”—spirits from the Hidden Realm. Shirou Tsubaki, her grandfather who possessed the same ability, took her under his wing and taught her how to coexist peacefully with the ayakashi When her grandfather dies unexpectedly, the independent Aoi must continue her college career, armed only with her knowledge of cooking as a means of protection against the human-eating spirits She takes it upon herself to feed the hungry creatures that cross her path in the hopes that the ayakashi will not turn to her or other unknowing humans as a tasty meal.

Aoi is transported to the Hidden Realm after giving a mysterious ayakashi her lunch, where the ayakashi reveals himself to be an ogre-god known as Oodanna, the “Master Innkeeper.” There, she discovers that she was used as collateral for her grandfather’s one hundred million yen debt, and that she must pay the price for her grandfather’s rash decision by marrying Oodanna. Aoi bravely refuses and decides to settle things on her own terms: she will pay off the debt by opening an eatery at Oodanna’s inn.

Kakuriyo no Yadomeshi follows the journey of Aoi as she proceeds to change and touch the lives of the ayakashi through the one weapon she has against them—her delicious cooking.

16. So I’m a Spider, So What?

The day is as normal as it can be in high school, with students going about their daily activities peacefully until an unprecedented disaster strikes the school, killing everyone in its A few students are fortunate enough to be reincarnated into another world as nobles, princes, and other people with prestigious backgrounds, thanks to what appears to be a miracle.

One girl, on the other hand, She is reborn as a spider of the weakest kind, and she immediately faces the difficulties of her predicament. Nonetheless, she must persevere in order to survive the numerous threats to her life. When she discovers that her new world has a system similar to that of an RPG, she tries her hardest to hunt prey and defeat monsters She hopes that as she grows stronger, her efforts will be recognised and she will be granted a better life.

17. King From Now On!

Kyou kara Maou! follows Yuri Shibuya, a typical Japanese adolescent. Yuri witnesses a classmate being bullied one day. Thanks to this intervention, his friend is able to escape, but unfortunately Yuri becomes the new target of the bullies in the process and gets his head shoved into a toilet. Instead of water, the toilet contains a swirling portal that transports him to a world resembling mediaeval Europe. There, he is told that he will become the next Demon King due to his black hair and black eyes, traits only possessed by the demon’s royal lineage.

However, after Yuri wins a duel using his magical abilities, the demons gradually begin to recognise him as their monarch. As he attempts to keep the peace between demons and humans in this strange new realm, Yuri must now learn what it takes to be a true Demon King.

18. The Familiar of Zero

In a world of wands, cloaks, and royalty, Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière is a self-absorbed mage. Despite attending Tristain Academy, a prestigious school for magicians, Louise has a major problem: she is unable to properly cast magic, earning her the nickname “Louise the Zero” from her classmates.

When the first year students are required to perform a summoning ritual, Louise’s summoning results in a catastrophic explosion! Everyone thinks this is another failure, but when the smoke clears, a young man named Saito Hiraga appears. Saito, Louise’s companion, is now treated as a slave, forced to clean her clothes and eat from the ground.

However, when an unfamiliar brand is discovered etched on Saito’s hand as a result of the summoning ritual, it is thought to be the mark of a powerful familiar named Gand

Zero no Tsukaima is a wild, adventurous, and explosive anime that follows Saito as he adjusts to his new life and Louise demonstrates that she is more than her nickname suggests.

19. The World’s Finest Assassin Gets Reincarnated in Another World as an Aristocrat

The world’s most lethal assassin had sworn lifelong loyalty to the organisation that had raised him. Despite his devotion, the organisation takes action to silence him, ultimately leading to his demise. Drowning in frustration and regrets he can no longer suppress, he finds himself in front of a goddess who is drawn to his exceptional abilities. The goddess offers him reincarnation into a magnificent world of swords and magic in order for him to complete a critical mission: slay that world’s hero and prevent its destruction.

Accepting the goddess’s offer, he is reborn as Lugh Tuatha Dé, the son of a noble family of assassins serving the Alvan Kingdom. Lugh learns new assassination techniques from his father, which differ significantly from the cold-blooded and unsympathetic killing style of his previous life. His other talents also blossom, allowing him to meet new allies and acquaintances. Even so, Lugh realises that his efforts are insufficient, because a titanic foe like the hero can only be defeated with perfection.

20. Problem Children Are Coming from Another World, Aren’t They?

Izayoi Sakamaki, Asuka Kudou, and You Kasukabe are extraordinary teenagers with psychic abilities who are fed up with their disproportionately mundane lives—until, unexpectedly, each of them receives a strange envelope containing an invitation to the mysterious Little Garden.

Inexplicably dropped into a vast new world, the trio is greeted by Kurousagi, who explains that they have been given a once-in-a-lifetime chance to participate in special high-stakes games using their abilities. In order to take part, however, they must first join a community. When the group learns that Kurousagi’s community “No Names” has lost its official status and abundant land as a result of their defeat at the hands of a demon lord, they set out to help reclaim the dignity of their new home, eager to protect its residents and explore the excitement that Little Garden has to offer.

21. Grimgar: Ashes and Illusions

Fear, survival, and instinct Thrown into a foreign land with only hazy memories and the knowledge of their name, they can only feel these three emotions deep within their souls. A group of strangers is forced to accept the only paying job in this game-like world, that of a soldier in the Reserve Army, and to eliminate anything that threatens the peace in their new world, Grimgar.

When all of the stronger candidates band together, the survivors must form a party: Manato, a charismatic leader and priest; Haruhiro, a nervous thief; Yume, a cheerful hunter; Shihoru, a shy mage; Moguzo, a kind warrior; and Ranta, a rowdy dark knight. Despite the similarities, this is not a game—there are no redos or respawns; it’s kill or be killed.

It is now up to this motley crew of unlikely fighters to stay together in a world where life and death are separated by a razor’s edge.

22. Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear

Yuna, a shut-in but relatively wealthy fifteen-year-old, receives a bear costume from the game’s administrators after fanatically playing the VRMMO World Fantasy Online for nearly a year. The outfit, while somewhat embarrassing to wear, turns out to have overpowered stats and effects that significantly boost her character’s power. She is transported to another in-game world after accepting the bear equipment, preventing her from returning to reality.

Yuna, perplexed and unable to log out, sets out to explore this new environment. She saves a young girl named Fina from wild wolves and leads her to the city of Crimonia. Yuna, on the other hand, stands out wherever she goes with her eccentric bear attire, and her reputation quickly rises—to the point where people give her the nickname “Bloody Bear.”

Yuna, unfazed by the change in her life, decides to play the role of an adventurer and fully immerse herself in her new world.

23. Children Who Chase Lost Voices

What would it sound like if you could turn all of your memories into a song?

Asuna Watase’s only distraction from being an exceptional student and taking care of the house alone during her mother’s absence is listening to her old crystal radio in her secret mountain hideout. One day, she unintentionally tunes into a mysterious and melancholy melody unlike anything she has ever heard before. Soon after, an enigmatic boy named Shun saves her from a dangerous creature, unknowingly dragging Asuna on a long journey to a long lost land bound to exceed her very imagination, transforming her once melodic life into an intricate requiem.

24. The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent

Salutania’s citizens have lived in a shroud of miasma since ancient times, a force that summons monsters that wreak havoc around the world. When the Order of Knights of the kingdom is unable to contain the monsters, the Grand Magus summons a holy maiden—the legendary “Saint”—to annihilate the horrifying creatures and restore peace.

As Sei Takanashi returns home from work one evening, she is drawn into a strange world by a magical force. When she arrives in Salutania, she overhears the Grand Magus inadvertently summoning two Saints—Sei and a brown-haired girl. Because the prince only requires one holy maiden, he declares the other girl to be the Saint, leaving Sei to her own devices.

Sei sets her sights on the Medicinal Flora Research Institute, a facility known for its research on herbs and potions. Sei has a fateful encounter with the commander of the Third Order of Knights while indulging in her latest passion. But little does she realise that her ability as a Saint will continue to have an impact on her new life.

25. Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest

Hajime Nagumo’s ordinary life is upended when he and his classmates are summoned to a fantasy world and tasked with saving humanity. While his classmates have impressive combat abilities, Hajime is mocked for only gaining an inferior transmutation skill with no real offensive power.

Hajime is betrayed by one of his classmates during an expedition in the Great Orcus Labyrinth, plunging him to the bottom of an abyss. Despite surviving the fall, Hajime is confronted with menacing monsters and misfortunes that send him into a bleak nightmare. Desperate to live and return home one day, he decides to fight for his life—only to meet Yue, an imprisoned vampire who is also trying to escape the labyrinth. Yue and a few others accompany Hajime on his journey to find a way back home, while gradually transforming from commonplace to the world’s strongest.

26. Cautious Hero: The Hero Is Overpowered but Overly Cautious

“You can never be too careful,” as the saying goes. It is critical to plan for any situation that may arise, even if it appears to be a waste of time. Also, in games like RPGs, it is advantageous to outperform your opponents in order to achieve total victory.

These words almost perfectly describe Seiya Ryuuguuin. The hero prepares for his noble journey after being summoned by the goddess Ristarte to save the world of Gaeabrande from destruction. While this may seem normal, despite having overpowered stats, he spends a significant amount of time training himself. To stay safe, he fights weak enemies with his strongest skills and buys an abundance of supplies and potions.

While his demeanour is grating, it could be Gaeabrande’s saving grace, especially in a world where evil forces dominate every expectation.

27. Knight’s & Magic

Tsubasa Kurata, an otaku from modern Japan, is reborn in the Fremmevilla Kingdom, a mediaeval world where powerful mechs called Silhouette Knights fight horrific demonic beasts.

Ernesti Echevarria, born into a noble family and endowed with prodigious magical abilities, enrols in Royal Laihaila Academy. This magical school teaches young men and women how to pilot the Silhouette Knights, preparing them to protect the kingdom from demonic and human threats. Ernesti teams up with the twins Adeltrud and Archid Olter with the goal of one day creating his own Silhouette Knight, a feat unheard of for centuries.

28. Wise Man’s Grandchild

Merlin Wolford was once regarded as a national hero in the kingdom of Earlshide, lauded for both his power and achievements. He prefers a quiet life, so he retreats deep into the rural woods, devoting his time to raising an orphan he rescued. This orphan is Shin, a regular salaryman from modern-day Japan who was reincarnated into Merlin’s world while retaining his previous memories. Shin continues to amaze Merlin with his unparalleled talent in both magic casting and martial arts as the years pass.

However, by his 15th birthday, it is clear that Shin has only developed his combat skills and nothing else, leaving him with obvious social awkwardness, a lack of common sense, and a mediocre sense of responsibility. Shin enrols in the kingdom’s Magic Academy to hone his skills and mature alongside other teenagers. However, living a normal life is impossible because he becomes a local celebrity almost immediately after arriving.

Shin Wolford’s high school life in the capital is followed in Kenja no Mago as he makes new friends, learns about the world, and fights the various forces of evil that surround him and his city.

29. Seirei Gensouki

Haruto Amakawa, a 20-year-old college student, does not expect to wake up in an unfamiliar world in the body of a young boy named Rio after dying in a traffic accident. Rio realises he now has magical powers as their memories and personas merge. Despite his new identity, he is relieved to discover that his burning desire for vengeance against his mother’s murderers has not subsided.

Soon after, Rio comes across the kidnapped Bertram Kingdom princess and immediately saves her. To show his appreciation, the king grants him admission to the Bertram Royal Academy. He is excited to study at this prestigious academy, believing it will be a new chapter in his life, but life here proves difficult for him, a slum-dweller surrounded by the majestic children of nobles.

30. How Not to Summon a Demon Lord

Nobody can match the power of the Demon King Diablo in the fantasy MMORPG Cross Reverie. He overpowers all who are foolish enough to confront him, as he possesses the game’s rarest artefacts and an unrivalled player level. Despite his terrifying reputation, Diablo’s true identity is Takuma Sakamoto, a reclusive gamer with no social skills. Takuma cares about nothing but his virtual life, defeating hopeless challengers day after day—that is, until a summoning spell suddenly transports him to another world where he has Diablo’s appearance!

Takuma is greeted in this new world that resembles his favourite game by the two girls who summoned him: Rem Galeu, a petite Pantherian adventurer, and Shera L. Greenwood, a busty Elf summoner. In an attempt to subjugate him, they perform an Enslavement Ritual, but the spell backfires, and they become his slaves instead. Takuma decides to accompany the girls in finding a way to unbind their contract while learning to adapt to his new life as the menacing Demon King, as the situation becomes more awkward than ever.

31. The Faraway Paladin

Will awakens in a new world after a life of stagnancy to the faces of a skeleton, a ghost, and a mummy. The three raise Will as their own in the ruins of a long-lost city. Blood, the skeleton, teaches him to fight; Gus, the ghost, teaches him magic; and Mary, the mummy, teaches him religion and responsibility. Above all, they teach him to love.

Will prepares for the day when he must finally set out on his own as he grows up and learns about the world into which he was born. This journey includes a lifelong promise for Will. Every adult is required to swear an oath to the god of their choice at their coming-of-age, with the strength of the pledge affecting the degree of their sworn god’s blessing.

Will must prepare to accept the truth of his undead guardians and embark on a journey into a world that even they don’t know the state of. Will discovers, however, that every oath must be fulfilled in some way.

32. The Vision of Escaflowne

Hitomi Kanzaki is a normal 15-year-old schoolgirl who enjoys tarot cards and fortune telling, but one night, a boy named Van Fanel appears from the sky, accompanied by a vicious dragon. Van kills the dragon thanks to a premonition from Hitomi, but a pillar of light appears and envelops them both. As a result, Hitomi is transported to the mysterious world of Gaea, where the Earth hangs in the sky.

Hitomi soon discovers in this new land that Van is a prince of the Kingdom of Fanelia, which is soon attacked by the evil empire of Zaibach. Van boards his family’s ancient guymelef Escaflowne—a mechanised battle suit—in an attempt to fight them off, but fails, and Fanelia is destroyed. Now on the run, Hitomi and Van come across a handsome Asturian knight named Allen Schezar, who looks exactly like Hitomi’s Earth crush. Van and Hitomi fight back against the forces of Zaibach as the empire attempts to resurrect an ancient power, with some new allies on their side.

33. Fushigi Yuugi

Miaka Yuuki and Yui Hongo are visiting the National Library when they come across a strange old book that emits a red light, sucking them into its strange world. When they arrive, they are met by hostile slave traders and barely escape with the assistance of Tamahome, a powerful young man with a Chinese symbol on his forehead. However, the red light reappears and takes Yui away.

Miaka begs Tamahome for help in reuniting with her companion. However, when the pair meets the land’s emperor, Hotohori, he believes Miaka is the foretold priestess of the kingdom’s protector god, Suzaku. The priestess can summon Suzaku and have all her wishes granted by gathering the god’s seven Celestial Warriors. Hotohori believes that this will save his country, and because it appears to be a suitable solution to the girl’s problems as well, he persuades her to accept the role.

Meanwhile, Yui realises she has been returned alone to the library. She is powerless to intervene as she watches Miaka bravely face trials as the mysterious book’s heroine.

34. Outbreak Company

Shinichi Kanou is a reclusive otaku who is well-versed in anime, manga, and video games. He is kidnapped and transported to the Eldant Empire—a fantasy world filled with elves, dragons, and dwarves—one day after applying for a job in the hopes of escaping his secluded lifestyle. Shinichi, who is trapped in this strange land, is assigned an unlikely task by the Japanese government: to spread otaku culture throughout the realm by becoming a “Otaku Missionary.”

Shinichi has the full support of the Japanese government, as well as the half-elf maid Myucel and Princess Petralka of the Eldant Empire, to complete his mission. Together with this motley crew, he will overcome the obstacles of politics, social classes, and ethnic discrimination in order to promote the otaku’s ways in this holy land.

35. Kamigami no Asobi

Yui Kusanagi, a third-year high school student, is suddenly transported to a different world after discovering a mysterious sword in her home’s storehouse. While exploring her new surroundings, she meets five strange yet attractive men before meeting Zeus, the king of the gods.

To repair the deteriorating relationship between the gods and humans, Zeus established the Academy of the Gods and appointed Yui as its sole instructor. She has one year to teach the young and hesitant deities—including the five strangers she met earlier—what it means to be human while also learning about the gods; otherwise, they will all be trapped in Zeus’ realm for eternity.

36. Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody

Ichirou Suzuki, a programmer in his thirties, is overburdened with work. Worn out, he eventually has a chance to catch up on sleep, only to wake up in a fantasy RPG world that is a mash-up of the games he was debugging in reality. In this new location, he notices that not only has his appearance changed to that of a younger version of himself, but his name has also changed to Satou, a nickname he used while running game beta tests.

However, before Satou can fully comprehend his situation, an army of lizardmen attacks him. Satou is forced to cast a powerful spell in retaliation, and his level is increased to 310, effectively maximising his stats. Satou sets out to explore this magical new world as a high-leveled adventurer armed with a plethora of skills and no way to return to reality.

37. Life with an Ordinary Guy who Reincarnated into a Total Fantasy Knockout

Tsukasa Jinguuji has had incredible luck with women due to his good looks since their days as students; Hinata Tachibana has had almost none, overshadowed by Jinguuji’s brilliance. Unlike Jinguuji, who has never shown interest in the opposite sex, Tachibana is always looking for a girlfriend. Despite their polar opposites, they remain best friends in their thirties as salarymen.

One night, the two are returning home from a mixer at which Jinguuji, as usual, was the centre of attention. A frustrated Tachibana inadvertently wishes to become a beautiful girl with irresistible charm during his drunken rambles.

As if the heavens were listening, a goddess appears before Jinguuji and Tachibana, transporting them to another world to defeat the Demon Lord while also fulfilling Tachibana’s wish.

Tachibana, now in the body of an impossibly beautiful woman, has become so appealing that even Jinguuji is smitten. Furthermore, Tachibana becomes aware of Jinguuji’s stunning appearance, finally comprehending his fame. Before they fall in love with each other, the pair must complete their mission or risk being trapped by their feelings for the rest of their lives.

38. The Dungeon of Black Company

Kinji Ninomiya has finally realised his dreams of living a self-sustaining NEET lifestyle after years of hard work. Kinji prepares to begin his new, slothful life by looking down on ordinary people commuting during a typhoon from the penthouse of one of his apartment buildings. However, all of his efforts are for naught when a portal appears beneath him out of nowhere.

Kinji is teleported to another world and forced to work for a mining company that is solely concerned with profits and has no regard for the safety and well-being of its employees. Refusing to live in such conditions, he starts making plans to get rich quickly, making connections with others in this new world, and doing everything he can to get away from the strict corporate life. Will Kinji be able to overcome his financial constraints and regain his financial freedom?

39. In Another World With My Smartphone

God, in an unthinking blunder, accidentally kills Touya Mochizuki with a stray bolt of lightning! As an apology, God grants him one wish and the opportunity to relive his life in a magical fantasy world. Touya gladly accepts the offer and asks for only one wish: to keep his smartphone with him as he embarks on his journey into this mysterious world.

Starting over in this new world, Touya discovers it is full of magic, which he enjoys, and cute girls vying for his attention. These girls—the twins Linze and Elze Silhoueska, Yumina Urnea Belfast, Leen, and Yae Kokonoe—provide Touya with endless romantic frustrations as he discovers the secrets of this new world.

40. High School Prodigies Have It Easy Even in Another World!

Seven Japanese high school students have achieved international acclaim for their extraordinary abilities. After surviving a plane crash, these friends find themselves in the mediaeval fantasy world of Freyjagard, where two human races coexist in a feudal society: the byuma, who have animal features and formidable strength, and the hyuma, who have a small chance of magical aptitude. Following their rescue by byuma Winona and her adopted elven daughter Lyrule, the group vows to use their advanced skills and knowledge to repay the people of Elm Village for their hospitality and find a way to return home.

Tsukasa Mikogami, Japan’s prime minister, leads these young geniuses and organises their efforts to intervene in Freyjagard and gather the information and resources needed to achieve their objectives. Tsukasa directs the others to learn about the culture around them and look for any clues leading them back to Earth, believing that there is a link between their current situation and an ancient legend about seven heroes from another world defeating an evil dragon. But he also instructs them to take it easy, lest they ruin the world by giving it their all.

41. Dog Days

Dog Days takes place in the world of Flonyard, an alternate Earth inhabited by beings who resemble humans but also have animal ears and tails. The Republic of Biscotti, a union of dog-like citizens, has been attacked by the Galette Leo Knights’ feline forces. Princess Millhiore summons a champion from another world to defend her people in order to save Biscotti. Cinque Izumi, a regular Earth junior high student, is that champion.

Cinque agrees to help Biscotti and retrieves a sacred weapon known as the Palladion before preparing for war. Warfare in Flonyard is fought without casualties and is more akin to sporting events with the goal of raising funds for the participating kingdoms. Cinque succeeds as Biscotti’s champion, but discovers that a summoned champion cannot be returned to their home world. Biscotti’s scientists will work hard to find a way for Cinque to return home, but in the meantime, he must serve Princess Millhiore by fighting as Biscotti’s hero.

42. I’m Standing on a Million Lives

Yuusuke Yotsuka has always despised Tokyo, but he despises its inhabitants even more. He would rather exist in a virtual world than interact with those around him. At the end of one school day, he notices popular athlete Iu Shindou conversing with Kusue Hakozaki, who is absent from school due to illness. However, when he looks away from the two and then back, they appear to have vanished.

Yotsuya immediately enters free fall, and the world around him begins to change. When he comes to after falling into a large pool of water, the first thing he sees is a swarm of enormous monsters. He soon discovers that Shindou and Hakozaki have transported him into a game world and that he must complete a quest within 14 days.

There is one difference between this world and the real world: anyone who dies will be brought back to life in 30 seconds as long as one of the party members is still alive. Yotsuya, Shindou, and Hakozaki are tasked with completing a series of increasingly difficult quests in order to uncover the mystery behind the perplexing game world.

43. Those Who Hunt Elves

Martial artist Junpei Ryuzouji, elegant actress Airi Komiyama, and cheery but artillery-obsessed student Ritsuko Inoue are all transported from Japan to an unfamiliar, magical world. When the elven priestess Celcia Marieclaire casts the spell to return them home, she is interrupted, and the spell is broken into fragments that spread throughout the world. The spell fragments leave their imprints on the skin of various elves.

The trio travels in Ritsuko’s tank, looking for elves who may have the spell fragments, which Celcia can transfer to her own body and complete the spell. As they travel, people begin to refer to them as “Those Who Hunt Elves,” gaining a reputation as warriors who use their miraculous cannon to stop evildoers, terrifying elves by stripping any that they find. Though they are not the brightest group, they make up for it with enthusiasm and a strong desire to return to Japan.

44. El-Hazard: The Wanderers

Makoto Mizuhara, a high school science whiz, is working on his newest project with his best friend Nanami Jinnai in preparation for the school festival. Nanami’s brother and Makoto’s lifelong rival, the unscrupulous student council president Katsuhiko Jinnai, is under investigation for mishandling school festival planning and believes Makoto is plotting to depose him. Jinnai sneaks into the science lab one night while Makoto and Nanami are taking a break with their teacher Masamichi Fujisawa, and sabotages Makoto’s device, which suddenly opens a portal that flings all four of them into another world!

Makoto is attacked by a swarm of giant bug monsters as soon as he arrives. While fleeing them, he meets Fujisawa and a girl named Rune Venus. After Fujisawa defeats the monsters, a delegation of dignitaries arrives in search of Rune, their princess. They inform Makoto and Fujisawa that they have arrived in the world of El-Hazard and return them to the palace of Roshtaria, their kingdom. Despite her advisors’ reservations about the newcomers, Rune orders that they be treated as guests and quickly befriends Makoto. Unaware that Nanami and Jinnai are also in this world, Makoto begins working on a plan to return to Earth.

45. The Fruit of Evolution: Before I Knew It, My Life Had It Made

One day, a man claiming to be a god hacks into a school’s intercom system, ordering all of its students to band together and prepare to be transported to another world. They will be given special abilities in the hopes of becoming heroes of that world and defeating the Demon King who ravages the land.

The initial transfer goes well. Seiichi Hiiragi, on the other hand, is left behind because no one wants to be his teammate because he is constantly bullied by his classmates because of his somewhat undesirable appearance.

Regardless, the self-proclaimed god sends Seiichi to the parallel world and allows him to join his peers. Unfortunately, this fateful ordeal leads Seiichi to a location deep in the forest, far away not only from his classmates, but also from human civilization.

Seiichi’s miserable days seem to worsen as he desperately searches for a way to change his situation. When all seems lost, Seiichi discovers a strange fruit known as the “Fruit of Evolution,” which may be his first step toward a much brighter future.

46. She Professed Herself Pupil of the Wise Man

With a dignified veteran’s body and a long white beard, summoner mage Dunbalf was regarded as a one-man army in the virtual reality online multiplayer roleplaying game Ark Earth Online. They formed the mage player Kingdom of Alcait with the “Nine Wise Mages” and King Solomon. But then Dunbalf and the other Nine Wise Mages vanish, leaving no trace behind.

Dunbalf had purchased a cosmetic kit and tinkered with his character to spend his expiring credits, but he had accidentally fallen asleep during the customization process. Dunbalf awakens to find not only that the world of Ark Earth Online has become more realistic, but also that he has transformed into a cute girl! When he arrives in Alcait, he discovers that it has been 30 years since he allegedly vanished.

47. Arata: The Legend

Arata, a young boy from a noble family in Amawakuni, has always expected to make his own way in life—until word of the princess’s deterioration reaches his city. His grandmother had claimed he was female at birth, and now, with no other girls to succeed the princess from the matriarchal Hime clan, he is next in line for the throne! Arata, disguised as a woman awaiting a replacement, witnesses the princess’s assassination attempt by none other than her own guard, the 12 Shinsho. The crime is pinned on his head, forcing Arata to flee to the Kando forest, where no one ever returns the same.

Meanwhile, in modern-day Japan, Arata Hinohara longs to be free of his classmates’ cruelty. When he hears his name called from an alley, he deviates from his path and unintentionally switches universes with Arata from Amawakuni. Hinohara sets out to restore order to this new world with the help of his companions he meets along the way and his own power as a newly awakened “Sho”—a warrior able to wield Hayagami, weapons with godly power.

48. Isekai Cheat Magician

Taichi Nishimura, a regular high school student, and his childhood friend Rin Azuma are on their way to school one ordinary morning. A glowing light envelops them, transporting them to a fantasy world teeming with magical creatures.

When Taichi and Rin arrive, they are confronted by a beast. They are quickly rescued by a group of adventurers, who warn them that travelling unarmed and inexperienced exposes them to the recently increased monster attacks. Taichi and Rin are sent to the Guild to test their magical abilities and register as adventurers.

The test they take, however, yields an unprecedented result: Taichi and Rin possess extraordinary powers far exceeding those of the average mage, instantly transforming them from ordinary high school students to the ultimate cheat magicians.

Taichi and Rin learn to understand the full scope of their abilities and become acquainted with their new surroundings. However, as the duo investigates the reason for their transport and a possible return to their original world, unexpected trouble lurks in the shadows.

49. Sengoku Night Blood

Soft-spoken Yuzuki is suddenly transported to an alternate world known as Shinga after her phone emits a blinding light. The strange location is reminiscent of the Sengoku period, a turbulent period in Japanese history marked by long civil wars that ravaged the country.

The Gekkazoku, tribes of non-human creatures such as vampires and werewolves, coexist with humans here. This harmony was maintained by Himemiko, a woman with the ability to protect Shinga. However, the world has been thrown into disarray as a result of her mysterious disappearance. Yuzuki must now find Himemiko in order to return home, but the ongoing feud between the warlords only slows her down.

50. The Master of Ragnarok & Blesser of Einherjar

Some urban legends should be avoided! When Yuuto Suou joins his childhood friend Mitsuki Shimoya in testing an urban legend, he gets more than he bargained for. When he uses his phone to take a selfie with the divine mirror at the local shrine, he is whisked away into another world steeped in the lore of old Norse myths.

Using his knowledge from school and his solar-powered smartphone, he has the opportunity to bring the Wolf Clan, the same people who cared for him, to prominence, all while earning the adoration of the Einherjar, a group of magical-wielding warrior maidens.

51. Conception

Mahiru, Itsuki’s cousin, informs him that she is pregnant on the day of his high school graduation. A gate of light appears, transporting the two into the world of Granvania. “Impurities” in this land have been causing a disturbance to the Stars, eventually plunging Granvania into chaos and disorder. And Itsuki, now revealed to be one of the “Star Maidens,” is regarded as Granvania’s last hope, and is tasked with producing “Star Children” and combating the “impurities.” Itsuki may never be able to return home unless the task is completed.

52. Cop Craft

A hyperspace gate appeared in the middle of the Pacific Ocean fifteen years ago, connecting Earth to a strange world filled with fairies and monsters. Over two million of these otherworldly visitors made San-Teresa their home. Unfortunately, the population boom brought with it its own set of issues: drugs, prostitution, and trafficking. To combat the rampant crime lurking in the city’s shadows, the San-Teresa Metropolitan Police Department established a new department.

Despite his penchant for breaking the rules, former JSDF soldier Kei Matoba is one of the best cops the department has to offer. After a fairy trafficking case goes wrong, Kei loses Rick Fury, his four-year friend and partner, prompting him to embark on a quest for vengeance. The department pairs him with Tilarna Exedilika, a Farbani Kingdom noble, to assist him with the case.

Her duty as a Knight of Mirvor is to save the noble fairy that Kei met during his previous case. Despite his aversion to non-humans, he agrees to the arrangement at the request of his superiors. Now, the unlikely pair must put aside their differences in order to return the missing fairy to her homeland and avenge the death of Kei’s partner.

53. Over the Sky

Mio has feelings for her childhood friend Arata but is unable to express them. One day, as their delicate relationship continues, the two argue over something insignificant. Mio goes to make up with him in the pouring rain after letting tensions settle. She is involved in a traffic accident while on her way. When she regains consciousness, she finds herself in a strange and unfamiliar world.

54. Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero

Thousands of young people have travelled to fantasy worlds since the discovery of “Samon Syndrome” 30 years ago, with only a few returnees retaining the special abilities they acquired in those parallel universes.

Akatsuki Ousawa, dubbed the “Rogue Hero,” abandons his peaceful life in the fantasy world Alayzard in order to face new challenges when he returns to Earth. He returns with Miu, the daughter of the Demon King he defeated, and is now forced to conceal her true identity by posing as his younger sister. The two are soon accepted into Babel, a special school for those who have gained special abilities and magical powers as a result of their journey to a fantasy world.

Babel appeared to be founded to train young interdimensional travellers and “guide them to the right path for the sake of humanity and themselves,” but the pseudo-siblings are unsure of its true purpose. Will Akatsuki and Miu be able to overcome the hostile, powerful student council and uncover the hidden forces at work?

55. The Boy and the Beast

Two souls wander alone and isolated in their respective worlds, living very different lives. Ren, nine years old, has been shunned by his family because the last person who treated him with kindness was killed. Ren flees into the perplexing streets and alleyways of Shibuya, where he has no parents, no real family, and nowhere to go. Ren stumbles into the intimidating Kumatetsu, who leads him to the beast realm of Shibuten through the twists and turns of the alleys.

For Kumatetsu, the boy represents an opportunity to run for the position of Lord of the Realm when he retires. While he is nearly unrivalled in combat, Kumatetsu’s icy demeanour leaves him with no disciples to teach and no way to prove his worth as the Lord’s successor.

While the two have opposing goals, they agree to work together to achieve them. Kumatetsu seeks recognition, while Ren, now known as Kyuuta, seeks the home he never had. As the years pass, it becomes clear that the two are assisting each other in more ways than they previously imagined. Maybe there was less of a difference between them, a boy and a beast, than either of them realised.

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