For a long time in anime and manga, the adventure genre has been among the most popular. Often blending with fantasy and action elements, it offers tales of wild imagination unique to fiction. To achieve a specific goal, the protagonist embarks on an adventure. During this journey, they encounter various allies and foes, experiencing both setbacks and growth. This journey is filled with thrilling excitement, fear, anger, and tear-jerking drama.
Adventure is an ideal genre for both anime newcomers and veterans, offering countless titles worth revisiting. Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best adventure anime, from timeless classics to the latest trending titles.
Let’s embark on the ultimate anime journey!
15. Drifting Dragons
Drifting Dragons (空挺ドラゴンズ) is an adventure anime that artfully intertwines the grand themes of a vast fantasy world with dragons and the culinary arts. Originating from a manga by Taku Kuwabara, it has been serialized in good! Afternoon since 2016. The captivating tale was adapted into a 12-episode anime series in 2020, brought to life by the renowned Polygon Pictures, celebrated for hits like Knights of Sidonia and Ajin. Set against the backdrop of a realm teeming with creatures known as dragons, the narrative delves into the ensemble drama of “dragon hunters,” individuals who embark on daring adventures to hunt these beasts and sustain their livelihood.
Drifting Dragons is an anime set in a world where giant airborne dragons, called “drakes,” are hunted by airship crews for their meat and oil. The story follows the crew of the airship Quin Zaza as they journey through the skies, hunting these drakes. Among the crew are Mika, a passionate drake hunter with an insatiable appetite for drake meat; Takita, a newbie who joins the crew and learns the ropes of draking; and other diverse crew members, each with their own backstory and motivations. As they hunt, the series delves into the beauty and dangers of draking and the relationships and camaraderie among the crew.
Studio: Polygon Pictures
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Pokémon (ポケモン/ポケットモンスター) can be deemed one of the most famous anime and games worldwide. Originally, its success began with the Game Boy game released in 1996, which subsequently led to the anime adaptation. As new game titles are released, new corresponding anime series have been produced. The Pokémon anime is broadly divided into two parts. The first part, Season 1, features the protagonist Ash from the 1st to the 7th series. This commenced with the Pocket Monsters series that aired 275 episodes from 1997 to 2002 and culminated in the 7th series, broadcasting 147 episodes from 2019 to 2023. The start of Season 2 marks a shift, introducing a new series with protagonists Liko and Roy, replacing Ash.
In the Pokémon universe, young individuals, termed trainers, journey to catch and train Pokémon to become Pokémon Masters. Ash Ketchum, our main character, along with his trusty Pikachu, journeys across various regions, aiming to collect badges and conquer Pokémon championships. Throughout their adventures, they encounter friends, face rival trainers, and repeatedly thwart the comical attempts of the notorious Team Rocket.
After that, a fresh chapter began with Season 2, as Liko and Roy took the reins, bringing new excitement and challenges to the Pokémon universe.
Aired: 1997-2023 (Season 1)/2023- (Season 2)
Episodes: 1240 (Season 1)
13. Made in Abyss
As one of the most shocking ongoing adventure series, Made in Abyss (メイドインアビス) is a top-rated anime adapted from Akihito Tsukushi’s manga of the same name. Premiering in 2017, the anime captivates with its stunning artwork and deep lore. Produced by Kinema Citrus, the first 13 episodes were followed by the next 12 episodes in 2022. The series is known for its dichotomy of childlike innocence against a backdrop of lurking danger and darkness.
In a town by the Abyss, a massive pit harboring unknown treasures and dangers, Riko, an aspiring Cave Raider, stumbles upon a robot boy named Reg. Fascinated by a note about her mother being at the Abyss’s bottom, Riko, with Reg, embarks on a perilous journey downwards. As they delve deeper, they encounter wondrous creatures, ancient relics, and the Abyss’s dark secrets. The deeper they go, the more challenging and life-threatening their expedition becomes, testing their courage, resilience, and bond.
Aired: 2017 (Season 1)/2022 (Season 2)
Episodes: 13 (Season 1)/12 (Season 2)
Studio: Kinema Citrus
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12. Kino’s Journey -the Beautiful World-
An adventure anime I would like to recommend here is Kino’s Journey —the Beautiful World— (キノの旅 -the Beautiful World-), although it may not be world famous. Kino’s Journey is a thought-provoking anime adapted from Keiichi Sigsawa’s light novel series published since 2000. The narrative focuses on the episodic travels of a young wanderer named Kino and her talking motorcycle, Hermes. The first anime consisting of 13 episodes aired in 2003 and a newer adaptation was released as Kino’s Journey —the Beautiful World— the Animated Series in 2017. The second series is not a continuation of the first anime. Instead, it is an adaptation of select popular chapters from the first 20 volumes of the light novel. There are also two anime movies: Kino’s Journey: Life Goes On (キノの旅 何かをするために -life goes on.-) in 2005 and Kino’s Journey: Country of Illness —For You— (キノの旅 病気の国 -For You-) in 2007.
The series beautifully explores the intricacies of human nature, society, and culture through the various countries Kino visits during her three-day stays. Kino, alongside her trusty motorcycle Hermes, travels across diverse lands with a rule to never stay more than three days in one place. Each destination presents a unique society with its own customs, values, and philosophies. From technologically advanced cities to humble villages, Kino’s journeys delve deep into the complexities of human existence, posing philosophical questions about life, morality, and the nature of happiness, leaving viewers with lingering thoughts about their own perceptions of the world.
Aired: 2003 (First Series)/2017 (Second Series)
Episodes: 13 (First Series)/12 (Second Series)
Released: 2005 (Kino’s Journey: Life Goes On)/2007 (Kino’s Journey: Country of Illness —For You—)
Studio: A.C.G.T (First Series, Kino’s Journey: Life Goes On)/Lerche (Second Series)/Shaft (Kino’s Journey: Country of Illness —For You—)
11. Golden Kamuy
Golden Kamuy (ゴールデンカムイ), one of the greatest adventure anime in the recent past, focuses on history and the culture of a specific region. Set in the aftermath of the Russo-Japanese War, the anime dives deep into the rich Ainu culture and the harsh landscapes of Hokkaido. With its complex characters, intricate plot, and a treasure hunt at its core, the show has garnered significant acclaim and a devoted fanbase. Based on Satoru Noda’s award-winning manga published from 2014 to 2022, the anime series first aired in 2018. After the four seasons between 2018 and 2023, the final part, the fifth season, has been already confirmed.
In post-war Hokkaido, Saichi Sugimoto, a war veteran known as Immortal Sugimoto, is on the hunt for a hidden stash of gold linked to the Ainu people. Partnering with an Ainu girl named Asirpa, they embark on a perilous journey to find the treasure, using tattoos inscribed on escaped convicts as a map. But they’re not alone. Various factions, each with their motives, chase the same goal, leading to thrilling battles, unexpected alliances, and betrayals in this race against time.
Aired: 2018 (Season 1)/2018 (Season 2)/2020 (Season 3)/2022-2023 (Season 4)
Episodes:12 (Season 1)/12 (Season 2)/12 (Season 3)/13 (Season 4)
Studio: Geno Studio (Season 1, 2, 3)/Brain’s Base (Season 4)
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10. Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation
In recent years, some consider Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation (無職転生 〜異世界行ったら本気だす〜) as one of the best anime series. It’s also viewed as one of the top-tier isekai anime of all time. The first season aired in 2021 with 23 episodes, captivating numerous fans. The light novel, which serves as the source material, was penned by Rifujin na Magonote. It was serialized online on the Shosetsuka ni Naro website from 2012 to 2015. From 2014 to 2022, all 26 volumes were published by MF Books. The second season, spanning 25 episodes, is slated for broadcast between 2023 and 2024. Studio Bind handles the animation production for both seasons.
Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation revolves around Rudeus Greyrat, a 34-year-old NEET who, after a tragic end, is given a second chance at life in a fantastical world. Reincarnated as a baby, he retains his past life’s memories and intellect. This gives Rudeus an advantage in mastering magic and other skills at a very young age. As he grows, Rudeus vows to live his new life without regrets, making the most of every opportunity. His journey is filled with unique friendships, formidable challenges, and personal growth.
Aired: 2021 (Season 1)/2023-2024 (Season 2)
Episodes: 23 (Season 1)/25 (Season 2)
Studio: Studio Bind
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Well-known to lots of people around the globe, Bleach is a cornerstone of shonen manga and anime, created by Tite Kubo and originally serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2001 to 2016. The anime adaptation aired from 2004 to 2012, spanning 366 episodes. In 2022, Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War (BLEACH 千年血戦篇) began to complete the grand dark-fantasy adventure story, and its second part subtitled The Separation followed it from July 2023.
This series effortlessly blends themes of the supernatural with compelling character dynamics. With its stylish Shinigami outfits, meticulously crafted Zanpakuto swords, and dramatic battles, Bleach earned its place among the top-tier shonen titles, captivating audiences worldwide with its rich lore and vast character ensemble.
Ichigo Kurosaki, a seemingly ordinary teenager, possesses the unique ability to see ghosts. His life takes a drastic turn when he encounters a Soul Reaper named Rukia Kuchiki battling a malevolent spirit known as a Hollow. In a dire situation, Rukia transfers her powers to Ichigo, thrusting him into the role of a Soul Reaper. Now tasked with protecting the living world from dark entities and helping departed souls find peace, Ichigo and his friends confront deadly challenges, uncovering intricate conspiracies within the spiritual realms of Soul Society and Hueco Mundo.
Aired: 2004-2012 (First Series)/2022- (Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War)
Episodes: 366 (First Series)/TBA (Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War)
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8. Hunter × Hunter
Devised by the acclaimed manga artist Yoshihiro Togashi, Hunter × Hunter stands as a paramount of shonen storytelling. Serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump beginning in 1998, its intricate plot and deep characterization set it apart. The series has been adapted into anime twice: the first version and some OVAs produced by Nippon Animation from 1999 to 2004 and the second series made by Madhouse between 2011 and 2014.
The first anime adaptation covered up to the Greed Island arc of the manga. However, the newer version encompasses a broader range, specifically adapting up to the Chimera Ant arc and the 13th Hunter Chairman Election arc. Encompassing adventures, strategic battles, and profound character growth, the anime delves deep into a world ruled by Hunters, elite beings taking on perilous tasks.
Gon Freecss, a young boy with boundless enthusiasm, discovers that his long-absent father is a legendary Hunter, someone who has braved the world’s dangers to hunt down rare treasures, magical beasts, and even other individuals. Determined to find his father and understand why he chose the life of a Hunter over being with him, Gon decides to take the rigorous Hunter Examination. Along the way, he befriends other aspirants, including the revenge-driven Kurapika, the ambitious Leorio, and the enigmatic Killua. Together, they embark on a journey filled with challenges, adversaries, and dark secrets of the Hunter world.
Aired: 1999-2001 (First Series)/2011-2014 (Second Series)
Episodes: 62 (First Series)/148 (Second Series)
Studio: Nippon Animation (First Series)/Madhouse (Second Series)
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7. Trigun / Trigun Stampede
Recently gaining renewed attention, Trigun (トライガン) is a classic adventure anime set on the desert planet No Man’s Land, presenting a grand sci-fi venture. Boasting a global fanbase, the anime is based on Yasuhiro Nightow’s manga serialized from 1995 to 1997. It was adapted into a 26-episode anime series in 1998. In 2010, a film titled Trigun: Badlands Rumble was released, set in a parallel world of the original series. Further elevating the Trigun series’ acclaim, a new work, Trigun Stampede, launched in 2023. This isn’t a mere remake but a modern version of Trigun, portraying an entirely fresh narrative.
In a desolate, desert-covered world known as No Man’s Land, Vash the Stampede, also dubbed the Humanoid Typhoon, leaves a trail of destruction wherever he goes. Contrary to the rumors, Vash is a kind-hearted and goofy gunslinger who avoids taking life. Always pursued by bounty hunters because of the colossal bounty on his head, he travels the land with Meryl and Milly, two insurance agents assigned to minimize the damage he causes. As Vash confronts enemies from his mysterious past, the deeper layers of his character and the world’s secrets unfold.
Newcomers can enjoy Trigun Stampede without any issues, so for modern anime fans, it’s recommended to start with this newer animation.
Aired: 1998/2023- (Trigun Stampede)
Episodes: 26/12+ (Trigun Stampede)
Released: 2010 (Trigun: Badlands Rumble)
Studio: Madhouse/Orange (Trigun Stampede)
6. Dragon Ball
Essentially, the main body of Dragon Ball (ドラゴンボール) consists of the anime adaptation of Akira Toriyama’s manga, serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 1984 to 1995, namely Dragon Ball and its sequel Dragon Ball Z. In addition, there are a spin-off work Dragon Ball GT and the latest series Dragon Ball Super. I’ve summarized each series below for easy understanding, so please use it as a reference when watching the anime.
Dragon Ball (1986-1989): Based on the manga by Akira Toriyama, this series follows the adventures of a young boy named Goku as he searches for the seven mystical Dragon Balls. Spanning 153 episodes, it introduces many of the characters and sets the stage for the epic battles to come.
Dragon Ball Z (1989-1996): The continuation of Dragon Ball, it encompasses Goku’s adulthood and introduces his son, Gohan. Across 291 episodes, the series showcases some of the most iconic battles against foes like Frieza, Cell, and Majin Buu.
Dragon Ball GT (1996-1997): Lasting 64 episodes, this sequel is not directly based on Toriyama’s manga. It follows Goku, transformed back into a child, as he traverses the universe with Trunks and Pan to recover Black Star Dragon Balls.
Dragon Ball Super (2015-2018): Returning to Toriyama’s involvement, this series of 131 episodes continues the story post-Majin Buu. It introduces powerful gods and the concept of multiple universes, bringing formidable adversaries like Beerus, Hit, and Jiren. Its original manga series written by Akira Toriyama and illustrated by Toyotarou is ongoing.
Spanning generations, the Dragon Ball series narrates the life of Goku, an alien Saiyan from Planet Vegeta. From his childhood quests for the magical Dragon Balls to intense battles against cosmic foes, the tale delves deep into themes of friendship, perseverance, and evolution. As Goku and his allies defend Earth from various threats, they also discover the vastness of the multiverse, encountering beings of unimaginable power and uncovering ancient mysteries
Aired: 1986-1989 (Dragon Ball)/1989-1996 (Dragon Ball Z)
Episodes: 153 (Dragon Ball)/291 (Dragon Ball Z)
Studio: Toei Animation
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5. Fullmetal Alchemist / Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Speaking of adventure anime, you can’t miss this finest dark-fantasy adventure anime series. Fullmetal Alchemist (鋼の錬金術師) and its re-adaptation Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (鋼の錬金術師 FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST) are anime adaptations of Hiromu Arakawa’s manga series. While both series begin in a similar fashion, they diverge significantly in terms of storylines, with the former veering away from the manga due to its ongoing publication at the time, and the latter strictly adhering to the manga’s narrative.
Fullmetal Alchemist aired from 2003 to 2004, comprising 51 episodes, while Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood aired from 2009 to 2010 with 64 episodes. Brotherhood is particularly acclaimed for its faithful representation of the original manga’s depth and complexities.
In a world where alchemy exists, brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric commit the taboo of human transmutation to revive their deceased mother. The ritual fails, resulting in Ed losing an arm and a leg and Al losing his entire body, with his soul bound to a suit of armor. Determined to regain their original bodies, they embark on a journey in search of the Philosopher’s Stone, believed to amplify an alchemist’s abilities. Along the way, they uncover dark secrets about the Stone, confront their personal demons, and grapple with moral dilemmas. Their adventure intertwines with a larger political plot, revealing a narrative filled with sacrifice, redemption, and the consequences of unchecked ambition.
Aired: 2003-2004 (Fullmetal Alchemist)/2009-2010(Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)
Episodes: 51(Fullmetal Alchemist)/64 (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)
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Many fans would describe Naruto (NARUTO -ナルト-) as the best adventuer anime series of all time. The world’s famous ninja anime is based on the manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto, published in Weekly Shonen Jump from 1999 to 2014. The anime adaptation aired between 2002 and 2007, consisting of 220 episodes. Its sequel, Naruto: Shippuden (NARUTO -ナルト- 疾風伝), continued the story from 2007 to 2017 with a total of 500 episodes.
The series has been a monumental success worldwide, capturing the hearts of millions with its intricate character development, thrilling battles, and deep-rooted themes of friendship, perseverance, and self-discovery. Focusing on the son of Naruto, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations started airing in 2017 and concluded its first part with 293 episodes in 2023.
Naruto Uzumaki, a boisterous young ninja in the Hidden Leaf Village, is shunned by the townsfolk due to the Nine-Tails Fox demon sealed within him. As he aspires to become the village’s leader—the Hokage—he forms precious bonds and confronts a myriad of challenges, from the Ninja Academy to deadly adversaries. Shippuden picks up two years after Naruto leaves the village to train and delves deeper into the conflicts between ninja villages, the dark past of many characters, and the looming threat of the criminal organization, Akatsuki. Through these adventures, Naruto’s journey reflects themes of rejection, acceptance, and the unyielding drive to protect loved ones.
Aired: 2002-2007 (Naruto)/2007-2017 (Naruto: Shippuden)
Episodes: 220 (Naruto)/500 (Naruto: Shippuden)
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3. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
As the title suggests, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure (ジョジョの奇妙な冒険) is categorized as adventure and is one of the best anime in the genre of all time. It is a distinctive and iconic series that has made an indelible mark in anime history. Originally penned by Hirohiko Araki, the manga debuted in 1987 in Weekly Shonen Jump and quickly became a cultural phenomenon. With its vibrant art, audacious characters, and unique narrative structure, the series spans multiple generations of the Joestar lineage.
The first season of the anime series covers Part 1: Phantom Blood and Part 2: Battle Tendency. The second season is based on the manga’s Part 3: Stardust Crusaders, and the third season is adapted from Part 4: Diamond Is Unbreakable. The outstanding fourth season consists of the Part 5: Golden Wind episodes, and the fifth season features Part 6: Stone Ocean.
Through various arcs, the anime adaptation has maintained a steady popularity, introducing a slew of characters and Stand powers that have become deeply ingrained in anime fandom culture. The series is celebrated not only for its action-packed scenes but also its dramatic flair, eclectic musical references, and distinctive pose-heavy art style.
Beginning in late 19th-century England, the tale embarks on the feud between the Joestar family and the malevolent Dio Brando. As the story unfolds, it explores the legacy of the Joestar bloodline across different eras, continents, and even timelines. Each arc introduces a new JoJo, a member of the Joestar lineage, facing off against a myriad of foes with the help of unique powers known as Stands – spiritual manifestations of the user’s inner power and will. From vampires to mafia gangsters, from ancient Aztec-inspired enemies to Stand-using assassins, the world of JoJo is as diverse as it is bizarre. Each generation tackles its challenges head-on, upholding the family’s honor and combating the dark forces that threaten their world.
Aired: 2012-2013 (Season 1)/2014-2015 (Season 2)/2016 (Season 3)/2018 (Season 4)/2022-2023 (Season 5)
Episodes: 26 (Season 1)/48 (Season 2)/39 (Season 3)/39 (Season 4)/38 (Season 5)
Studio: David Production
2. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
An anime that has achieved hall-of-fame status among adventure anime of the 2010s and 2020s is Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (鬼滅の刃). Few anime fans would dispute this. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is adapted from Koyoharu Gotouge’s manga series, serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2016 to 2020. Ufotable, known for their high-quality animation and unique visual style, produced the first season of the dark-fantasy anime which aired in 2019.
In 2020, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train (劇場版「鬼滅の刃」無限列車編) was released and became a huge hit all over the world, which broke numerous box office records in Japan and worldwide. The second season subtitled Entertainment District Arc (遊郭編) was broadcast in 2021-2022, followed by the third season Swordsmith Village Arc (刀鍛冶の里編) and the fourth season Hashira Training Arc (柱稽古編).
In Taisho-era Japan, Tanjiro Kamado’s life is tragically overturned when his family is slaughtered by demons, leaving only his sister Nezuko alive but transformed into a demon herself. Vowing revenge against the demon responsible and to find a cure for Nezuko, Tanjiro joins the Demon Slayer Corps. Throughout their perilous journey, the siblings encounter various demons and demon slayers, unveiling dark secrets and confronting their inner demons.
As Tanjiro hones his swordsmanship and unique Water Breathing techniques, he not only faces the moral dilemma of taking demon lives but also discovers the intricate ties binding him to the powerful demon, Muzan Kibutsuji. The tale unfolds, blending intense action with heartfelt moments, as Tanjiro and his friends battle against the malevolent forces of the demon world while clinging onto their humanity.
Aired: 2019 (Season 1)/2021-2022 (Season 2: Entertainment District Arc)/2023 (Season 3: Swordsmith Village Arc)/TBA (Season 4: Hashira Training Arc)
Episodes: 26 (Season 1)/7+11 (Season 2: Mugen Train Arc and Entertainment District Arc)/11 (Season 3: Swordsmith Village Arc)/TBA (Season 4: Hashira Training Arc)
Released: 2020 (The Movie: Mugen Train)
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1. One Piece
The number one spot for the all-time best adventure anime goes undisputedly to One Piece. Both in manga and anime, it continues its serialization and broadcasting with a momentum that leaves all others in the dust. Since its serialization in Weekly Shonen Jump began in 1997, the franchise has expanded to include not just an incredibly long-running manga, but also an anime series that has aired for over two decades. The anime adaptation, produced by Toei Animation, began airing in 1999 and continues to be broadcast to this day, reaching and capturing the hearts of fans globally.
Spin-off anime films are also regularly released. Works such as One Piece Film: Strong World in 2009 and One Piece Film: Red in 2022 involve the manga artist, Eiichiro Oda, directly in their production. Such movies are closely related to the main story, making them a must-watch for fans. With hundreds of episodes, multiple movies, and numerous OVAs, One Piece has crafted an expansive world filled with diverse characters, epic battles, and powerful themes of friendship, freedom, and adventure.
Set in a vast world of endless oceans and treacherous islands, One Piece follows the journey of Monkey D. Luffy, a boy with the ability to stretch like rubber after consuming the Gomu Gomu no Mi, a mystical Devil Fruit. Inspired by his idol, the legendary Pirate King Gol D. Roger, Luffy sets out on a quest to find the ultimate treasure, the One Piece, and become the next Pirate King.
Throughout his journey, Luffy gathers a diverse crew of friends and allies, facing powerful foes, uncovering buried secrets, and exploring the intricate politics and cultures of the world’s many islands. The series masterfully weaves humor, action, and emotion, highlighting the unyielding bonds of friendship and the pursuit of dreams against all odds.
Studio: Toei Animation
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