I recommend Love Live! 7.soul eater Sometimes, it includes why it's rated this way. I would suggest in your free time to watch a few episodes of the anime or pick up the manga in the library before allowing your children to read it. I'm not a parent but a adult anime viewer. some of them are like Pokemon but the majority of anime and manga ranges from young teen to older teens to adult. The first arc of this show I’ll recommend towards the ages 12-13 but after the first arc the whole series got darker with a character named Hisoka being a pedofile (idk how to spell) and there was a lot more gore and violence in this show especially the chimera ant arc but then again it really depends on what you have seen. Some fun manga for older kids (11 ish) is the series “Didn’t I tell you to make my abilities average in the next life?” Because it is so quirky and fun! Haikyu!! And definitely stay away from harem/eticchi/hentai anime's. Here are a couple good starter anime/manga: Himounto ! Teen, 13 years old written by LilyLia June 15, 2019 If you're confused about something you have someone to talk to. There are all sorts of genres like romance, action, mystery, and many more. Teen, 13 years old written by edgelord April 6, 2020 10. Your Lie in April is… well, as beautiful as it is devastating. for younger kids i would suggest stuff that inspires kids like sports and adventure and stuff that fill there imagination. Privacy First of all, look or read/watch up the manga/anime above all else, because like western media there is a wide variety of stuff out there. When you learn more about anime and manga, it really is an incredible form of media and can teach your child a lot about many different things. For children under 7 I recommend sailor moon, pokemon, bananya. i'm just about to go 14 and i have watched over 250 anime's. Now, what about anime you shouldn't watch? These are just some... if you find another it's great you found your thing! That is not to say anime can't be enjoyed by children, there are dozens of good examples that children will like, I did when I was a kid (7-8 years old) as well. For kids 10-11 (grades 4-5) animes like the disastrous life of saiki k. , toilet- bound hanako kun , and naruto , haikyuu .There are some references of nudity and also include gore and explicit laguange but besides that these shows can be watched by these ages. There are some anime titles that can be seen as innocent or sweet but beware it is not as it seems. As a person who has watched anime almost my entire life (started at around 3-4 years old), I think you should know that anime can differ very much from one series to the next. Flag as inappropriate  Flag as inappropriate  Kid, 10 years old November 16, 2020 Some are crushingly sad while others make me laugh outright. If you're confused about something you have someone to talk to. In one of the scenes during the form period of the day, the curse takes over Class 3-3's homeroom teacher. There are some anime titles that can be seen as innocent or sweet but beware it is not as it seems. 10.hunter x hunter Flag as inappropriate  Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Teen, 17 years old written by Abyss Watcher June 28, 2019 see our answer On Netflix, Code Geass is listed as 14+, but don't be fooled. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts There are many anime titles but you have to research. Hello there! Flag as inappropriate  Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts I could probably keep rambling a lot of others but I don't want to take up your time :) Teen, 16 years old written by oramorelikedora August 1, 2020 Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts I recommend being able to discuss the morals and topics because some can be very controversial and change you opinion on a lot of things. Common Sense and other associated names and logos are trademarks of Common Sense Media, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (FEIN: 41-2024986). Teen, 13 years old written by edgelord April 6, 2020 Honestly, you should just research the anime/manga you read beforehand, and watch it based on your maturity. 8.Seraph of the end Anime is incredibly diverse and it's the medium that's been able to make me laugh the most, cry the most, and be the most hyped. Flag as inappropriate  Does exposure to violent movies or video games make kids more aggressive? e.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? 7. I love anime so much like black butler,attack on titan,my hero academia ex there’s a wide verity for everyone and it’s so cool But, I do understand why a parent may be concerned. Of course there's going to be some questionable content. 6. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts I started out watching shojo animes like sailor moon, and I love the romance. Teen, 13 years old written by Lets review this June 18, 2020 I don't think violence is something to really worry about, I mean, it's up to the child to decide if it's scary not the parent. You teens should take some responsibility, and even with tv-14, be responsible. Does exposure to violent movies or video games make kids more aggressive? The ones I recommend for kids my age are yo-Kai watch, Pokémon, naruto and maybe my hero academia. They are too strong for them, if you let them because you havent seen them, search in youtube "'The Anime You want' Gore Scenes"). for younger kids i would suggest stuff that inspires kids like sports and adventure and stuff that fill there imagination. If you're more mature try Satsuriku no Tenshi, Sword Art Online, Madoka Magica, or Danganronpa . I'm a huge fan of this series, I have all 18 volumes. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts I believe that kids of If there is one thing I'd like to mention about anime, it's that it likes to hit you square in the feels more than other forms of media do. Teen, 15 years old written by sammichking September 26, 2020 Hehe... when you start to watch Food Wars and you think that it's just going to be an innocent show about making food like Haikyuu is to volleyball or something. Anime caters to all ages, eg: Pokemon, 6+ Tokyo Ghoul 14-15+ (I've seen it and read it.) Adult written by Sandra D.. July 27, 2018 ], Hamatora, Danganronpa:The Animation [more for teens], etc.) For me, violence does not bother me. I once saw an ad about the Saiyan Arc in full color in my manga, and it said all ages. If you're just starting to read manga or watch anime I think (personal opinion) you should try out sub first. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Common Sense Media, I think you should stay away from reviewing anime and manga because most of the reviews you give out are heavily biased and it doesn't seem like you watch the shows thoroughly (Example: Yu-Gi-Oh!) So, what am I trying to get at? 6. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Common Sense and other associated names and logos are trademarks of Common Sense Media, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (FEIN: 41-2024986). For example, a very self conscious child may not be ready for these topics, but a child that does not care about his/hers looks might be ready to view these cartoon images. It's quite mature- but probably a 12/13-year-old can handle it. It didn't have much of an effect on the younger, but on the elder, it was pronounced. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Should I worry about how much TV my kid watches during playoff season? 4.Tokyo ghoul (not sure) Teen, 14 years old written by superkijker March 1, 2018 Teen, 14 years old written by plyinglocket5 July 29, 2017 3 comments I would suggest in your free time to watch a few episodes of the anime or pick up the manga in the library before allowing your children to read it. *facepalms* Yare yare daze... I'm a fan of Run with the Wind for any track people. Anime Season Fall, 2014 Anime Romaji Title Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso Japanese Title 四月は君の嘘 Furigana Title しがつはきみのうそ Japanese Studio Name エー・ワン・ピクチャーズ English Studio Name A-1 Pictures Release Date 2014/10/10 Genre Tags school, romance, drama, music Origin Manga Number of Episodes 22 Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts ], Hamatora, Danganronpa:The Animation [more for teens], etc.) Some anime are really good for kids. Oh and if you tell anyone you like anime/manga and they don't like it get prepared to get bullied, I get bullied all the time at school for even bringing manga to school and reading it. Flag as inappropriate  there are different types of genres and for that every genre u chooses u are going to get what genre u pick such as if u pick a anime that's a romance and a slice of life then u are most likely going to get a bit of romance with a more real setting if u all know what i mean. You see the knife coming, but you still yearn to feel it twist. I have to say, if you have trouble deciding which anime is suitable for your kids to watch, keep in mind that sometimes, a mature 10-year old is more suited to watch (eg) Tokyo ghoul than an immature 14-year old. Watch/read it for yourself, and if it seems appropriate then let your kids watch/read it. It influenced her decision to apply for the nearby IB magnet program- and her newfound appreciation for the world outside of America helped her to get admitted. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Yuri on Ice!!! Haikyu!! They know it may be gory, but they also trust me not to watch stuff I will have nightmares about. Ouran High School Host Club: AHHH fangirling just THINKING about this one. When you're deciding what anime your kids can watch and manga they can read, don't put all your faith in the certification (or Common sense media, for that matter). Contact Us Flag as inappropriate  Flag as inappropriate  My Hero Academia Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts 9.fairy tail shows like JoJo, Highschool DxD and Doraemon are all anime but very different in terms of age-appropriateness and plot. Do they teach sassy, disrespectful behavior? 11 Pokémon If you're confused about something you have someone to talk to. Anime and manga are awesome. Teen, 13 years old written by edgelord April 6, 2020 I want to watch Hunter x Hunter and Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure someday, but I’ll wait a few years because my parents don’t want me watching MA. I don't think age matters, there are anime for all kinds of ages. Tsurune Of course there's going to be some questionable content. I'm a huge fan of this series, I have all 18 volumes. Privacy Program Teen, 17 years old written by Abyss Watcher June 28, 2019 Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Black Butler I don't think violence is something to really worry about, I mean, it's up to the child to decide if it's scary not the parent. It is an anime and a game about music. Berserk literally says for ages 18 and up, and the scenery is incredibly disturbing, but I personally have never had a problem handling those disturbing scenes in the manga simply because I know that it's just ink. Adult written by KireinaHoshi July 21, 2020 This particular department is responsible for the removal of the family androids who are approaching the end of their seven-year lifespans. The first ever Manga I got my hands on was a Pokemon manga when I was eight. Ouran High School Host Club Although there is many anime's for all ages, it is mostly aimed for older ages such as mature teens+. var IzWidget = IzWidget || {}; Flag as inappropriate  Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Anime is seen as geeky and nerdy in today's society but in some other places like my own school even have a club dedicated to anime and the library has manga in it 71 comments Flag as inappropriate  see our answer There are so many genres, not just for kids, which is a common misconception. For those who want to watch this here is the link that you will probably have to copy into the search bar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ae3P0TJGmiQ. I have seen animes like Tokyo Ghoul or Parasyte The Maxim, believe me, they are not for kids, i can recommend some anime for kids: Is it OK to let my kid play Minecraft for hours? How can I get my kids to put down their phones? Sensitive topics are easily shown in some anime due to the cultural differences between the United States and Japan. Legend Of Korra If you're more mature try Satsuriku no Tenshi, Sword Art Online, Madoka Magica, or Danganronpa . Watch/read it for yourself, and if it seems appropriate then let your kids watch/read it. And finally, for teens: Angel Beats!, Attack On Titan, Death Note, Sword Art Online, Bleach, and Gintama. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts But every anime is different. Facebook Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Anyway just check the classification on the manga/anime. well for tweens my age I'll recommend some anime Yuri!!! Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts I have to say, if you have trouble deciding which anime is suitable for your kids to watch, keep in mind that sometimes, a mature 10-year old is more suited to watch (eg) Tokyo ghoul than an immature 14-year old. There are some that are for 15 up, but just as many for 6 year olds, it also depends on the individual’s maturity. I don't think age matters, there are anime for all kinds of ages. there is nothing wrong with a good fight every now and then as long as it is not over the top so don't sheeled young kids away from it too much because its those unfoggetabl fights thats make the show more intersting and brings the whole show to life it also teatches kids not to give up even when things are ruff. Sometimes anime can tackle serious topics, example: divorce. Flag as inappropriate  While games like Corpse Party, Doki Doki, Danganronpa are geared more towards older people, there are games and shows great for all ages! Also it depends on how mature the child is,like if a child acts extremly in-mature do you really think anime will help ? If they like slice-of-life anime then i recommend K-on, Figure 17 if their a little older and like comedy and stuff i'd say like 12 or 13 then they could watch Saiki K but it does have some pervy scenes or Toilet Bound Hanako and if their into fighting and gore stuff like that then i recommend Attack on Titan or Tokyo Ghoul, Blue Exorcist. This is my favorite, these are almost everything I read and watch. Am I depriving my kid if I don't get him an iPhone? see our answer It influenced her decision to apply for the nearby IB magnet program- and her newfound appreciation for the world outside of America helped her to get admitted. We are sorry if you're disappointed! } Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts In terms of genres to steer towards or away from with young tweens/teens DEFINITELY stay away from anything ecchi related as well as most "isekais", on the other the safest genre would probably be "shounen" which is probably the largest genre because of its big appeal to a wide range of people, there is a shounen for everyone with the genre being so large, and as the kids become older they can discover more mature shounen with more mature stories and characters, which adds a great deal of depth to the genre. Fruits Basket is also a good one. Honestly, you should just research the anime/manga you read beforehand, and watch it based on your maturity. TL;DR: Research the stuff you read/watch before you do so Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts There are all sorts of genres like romance, action, mystery, and many more. Legend Of Korra I let my daughters watch one called Hetalia (which is a bit of a ridiculous show about personified countries whose episodes are five to eight minutes long) at the end of eighth grade. Haikyu!! I hoped this helped In the review it states that kids are waiting for the next seasons. see our answer 4. There are some that are for 15 up, but just as many for 6 year olds, it also depends on the individual’s maturity. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts NOW THE THINGS THAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW: Anime can be fun but sometimes a bit inappropriate if your kids are not the right age. I wish you guys reviewed more anime since no other parental site does. I LOVE IT! !, Ouran High School Host Club, Fruits Basket, Black Cat, Naruto and Bakuman. This will take you to a video of the scene I have been talking about and show you that anime is not aimed at children. Kid, 12 years old October 31, 2020 I was 14 when I read Tokyo Ghoul and watched Death Note. Those are really inappropriate. In my hero academia there is some swearing and a little bit of gore, not a lot though. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Then Salior Moon would be a choice for tweens/teens. Avatar The Air Bender A few anime I think are appropriate for kids 10 and up are Assassination Classroom (it isn't as violent as the title may lead you to believe), Toilet Bound Hanako-kun (it's appropriate for kids except for a bit of violence and innuendo), and Kaguya sama: Love is War. stay away from. Teen, 16 years old written by jb18 January 20, 2020 Ouran High School Host Club 10.hunter x hunter Scratch that! } It's honestly one of the most disturbing I've ever watched, with the "protagonist", Lelouch, becoming more and more antagonistic throughout the series, killing off his siblings one by one without any remorse. 14+ Most anime, if it’s tv ma, make sure it’s okay before watching it. I have to say, if you have trouble deciding which anime is suitable for your kids to watch, keep in mind that sometimes, a mature 10-year old is more suited to watch (eg) Tokyo ghoul than an immature 14-year old. It's basically about a school where the way you do well is gambling- but sometimes you gamble for things other than money- such as fingernails. Teen, 13 years old written by edgelord April 6, 2020 Some are better than others. 8.Seraph of the end Anime fans -- as you know if you have any living in your house -- are passionate about the characters and series they love. It doesn't bother my cause I'm mature. (hentai, sci-fi, slice of life,horror,romance,comedy) I personally stay away from any romance that is MA. Attack on titan isn’t super kid friendly imo, neither is hxh, Tokyo ghoul definitely not lol. It might be a cartoon but sometimes there is some nudity and inappropriate language like Hell, Crap, Asshole or Jackass. In one of the scenes during the form period of the day, the curse takes over Class 3-3's homeroom teacher. 3 comments Kid, 10 years old February 27, 2017 Many anime and manga are quite violent - but there's usually more blood in manga than anime. But after the passing of his mother, Saki Arima, Kousei falls into a downward spiral, rendering him unable to hear the sound of his own piano. There are some that are for 15 up, but just as many for 6 year olds, it also depends on the individual’s maturity. They tend to be very sexual. see our answer Iwatobi Swim Club, Yowamushi Pedal, All Out, Try Knights, The Knight in the Area, Days, and HAIKYU!!! 5. 7.soul eater Teen, 13 years old written by SubaruNatsuki August 16, 2016 Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Now, onto anime you SHOULDN'T watch. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts I really hoped this helped:) Teen, 15 years old written by Zeus3256 May 5, 2020 Am I depriving my kid if I don't get him an iPhone? When it comes to certain anime, Yu-Gi-Oh for example, the subbed version is a lot more inappropriate than the dubbed version, so that should be kept in mind too. That is not to say anime can't be enjoyed by children, there are dozens of good examples that children will like, I did when I was a kid (7-8 years old) as well. I don't think Tokyo ghoul for example is recommended for children, and not only because of the violence. see our answer Another one could be demon slayer but it really honestly depends because when I saw this anime it wasn’t really to bad cause the gore and violence shown throughout this show didn’t look that realistic to me. Print Teen, 14 years old written by superkijker March 1, 2018 Am I depriving my kid if I don't get him an iPhone? Another one could be demon slayer but it really honestly depends because when I saw this anime it wasn’t really to bad cause the gore and violence shown throughout this show didn’t look that realistic to me. Anime tends to be more deep and philosophical than western media in general, and I've found that there's a lot that you can nitpick and analyze. My Hero Academia Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts For teens I recommend Full Metal Alchemist, Sword Art Online, My Hero Academia. Teen, 13 years old written by Annapolisblueberry April 15, 2020 Most animes, I would say, are about 11+ or so. I let my daughters watch one called Hetalia (which is a bit of a ridiculous show about personified countries whose episodes are five to eight minutes long) at the end of eighth grade. Interspecies Reviewers (the entire plot is sex), Happy Sugar Life (it's about the main kidnapping a little girl and murdering people c'mon), and of course Boku no Pico (don't Google it). 4-ish Pokémon, Glitter force, bey blade etc. Anime is great i watch anime such as Jojo bizzare , attack on titan , himouto uamru chan , death note , love live , k-on , dragon ball ,ouruan high school , the diastorous life of saiki k ect. Flag as inappropriate  8. But at the same point I can appreciate shounen animes like Demon Slayer even though it has intense graphic blood and is TV-MA. For more mature/older teens Ouran High school Host Club, Assassination Classroom, Tokyo Ghoul, Death Note, Hunter x Hunter, Fruit Basket, and so on. It really depends of the mind of the person watching. Take the Mushishi manga for example. Even a series like Gurren Lagann, which at first glance seems like an over the top, fun show, is in reality a very deep and intelligent lesson in philosophy that I've spent night after night contemplating. IzWidget["insitez.ready"] = function (api) { i have seen some very violent anime's such as another , attack on titan, elfen lied,future diary and many more but i do not think this should put kids and teens our age of of anime. Flag as inappropriate  Some unmarked spoilers follow. Now, onto anime you SHOULDN'T watch. Now, what about anime you shouldn't watch? Take the Mushishi manga for example. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Flag as inappropriate  How can I get my kids to put down their phones? If your kid is interested in one, you should probably watch it first. Flag as inappropriate  see our answer So in conclusion, no ecchi, look it up first or read/watch it, (you might enjoy it), and a generally good place to start is shounen. Good review, by the way. It doesn't bother my cause I'm mature. For teens I recommend Full Metal Alchemist, Sword Art Online, My Hero Academia. It influenced her decision to apply for the nearby IB magnet program- and her newfound appreciation for the world outside of America helped her to get admitted. Tokyo Ghoul is about ghouls who live as humans but they eat humans and at some points cannibalisation of other Ghouls is shown as well as loss of limbs and violent mutilation scenes, while Attack on Titan (as I mentioned earlier) is about humanity hiding in 50 foot walls and being attacked by titans ranging from 3,4,7,15 and finally a 60 foot titan, and finally there is Another which, from what I've read and seen, is about a curse in a school where the students and teachers end up dying. Mr. Kubodera, and so he takes a knife out if his duffel bag and proceeds to stab himself in the neck, which cause him to spew blood over most of the class while his is still pressing the knife into his neck. Sometimes, it includes why it's rated this way. 4 demon slayer Some anime that are fine for older teens include Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei (which has lots of suicide jokes), Demon Slayer (violent but not overtly so), and Konosuba (panties and sex jokes but it's really funny). Boruto Next Generations Kuroko's Basketball It's important to watch or research the anime before letting certain children view it. They are too strong for them, if you let them because you havent seen them, search in youtube "'The Anime You want' Gore Scenes"). Teen, 13 years old written by mastershuu March 11, 2019 Flag as inappropriate  Instead of petering out, or leaving things hanging, it wraps things up in an emotionally impactful way. There are all sorts of genres like romance, action, mystery, and many more. Teen, 15 years old written by wizardortitan April 28, 2017 Anime tends to be more deep and philosophical than western media in general, and I've found that there's a lot that you can nitpick and analyze. My 12-year-old is begging to see a PG-13 movie. 10 up should be able to handle shows like Naruto, Haikyuu!, and One Piece, which are great stories that are appropriate for children and promote great messages like friendship and talking to people rather than fighting, without giving up quality. I love anime so much like black butler,attack on titan,my hero academia ex there’s a wide verity for everyone and it’s so cool People think all anime is the same, but it's not. The first anime I started watching was Pokemon, and it's awesome. I know I am 13, but I am pretty mature for my age, but don't let that change your opinion. Even dancing sports mangas such as Welcome to the Ballroom! Those are really inappropriate. 3.Attack on Tittan (maybe) 55 comments You teens should take some responsibility, and even with tv-14, be responsible. 2. 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