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Top 10 Best Anime With Fanservice On Netflix!

I don’t know about you, but I like a little fanservice every now and then.

Admittedly, very few anime manage to strike the delicate balance between tasteful and excessive fanservice without taking away from the plot and triggering fans.

However, isn’t it more fun to watch something knowing how ridiculous it is at times?

Well, if mindless entertainment with a side of fanservice is what you’re looking for, I have got you covered!

Since Netflix has a wide range of anime that cater to almost every type and preference, it wasn’t hard to find even anime with fanservice.

Here are 10 of the best anime with fanservice available on Netflix:

10. Kiss Him Not Me

Kiss Him, Not Me

Air Date: October 6, 2016 Status: Finished Studio: Brain’s Base No. of Seasons: 1 No. of Episodes: 12
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Meet the anime of your fujoshi dreams Kiss Him Not Me! Insanely funny and relatable with the right dose of romance, this anime is full of pretty, drool-worthy boys!

The protagonist of Kiss Him Not Me, Kae Serinuma, a ferocious otaku, and fujoshi, loses a lot of weight after the death of one of her favorite anime characters (we’ve all been there!).

Top 10 Best Anime With Fanservice On Netflix!
Kiss Him Not Me | Source: Funimation

Consequently, she finds herself the center of attention from four high school boys. Being the passionate fujoshi she is, she can’t help but fantasize about them falling in love with each other instead of her– hence the show’s title.

I can’t deny all four of the boys are very attractive, and I found myself shipping them together too at times! The anime too frequently teases its audience with intimate moments between the boys.

9. Bungou Stray Dogs

Bungou Stray Dogs

Air Date: April 7, 2016 Status: Upcoming Season 4 Studio: Bones No. of Seasons: 4 No. of Episodes: 36
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Bungou Stray Dogs follows the story of Atsushi Nakajima as he gets involved with a mysterious set of detectives with supernatural powers! The plot is actually really good in this case, with some amazing fight scenes!

Top 10 Best Anime With Fanservice On Netflix!
Bungou Stray Dogs | Source: Amazon

Bungou Stray Dogs doesn’t have any explicit fanservice, so to say but pleases its audience via the characters’ pretty faces. When I say everyone, I mean everyone in this anime is just beautiful!

Overall, an anime full of pretty boys to keep your eyes glued to the screen throughout!

8. Seven Deadly Sins

The Seven Deadly Sins

Air Date: October 5, 2014 Status: Airing Studio: A-1 Pictures, Studio Deen No. of Seasons: 5 No. of Episodes: 93
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Although Seven Deadly Sins might not be solely fanservice-focused, it still has its fair share of it, earning it a spot on the list.

The anime kicks off when Elizabeth Liones meets Meliodas, the leader of the legendary warriors– The Seven Deadly Sins. Elizabeth, wanting their help to save the kingdom, embarks on a journey with Meliodas to find the other Sins.

Top 10 Best Anime With Fanservice On Netflix!
Seven Deadly Sins | Source: Fandom

Did I forget to mention Meliodas is not only a legendary warrior but also a huge pervert? Well, you can thank him for almost all of the anime’s fanservice.

That being said, this anime has the perfect amount of fanservice– enough for a gag every now and then without seeming excessive.

Bonus: Ban is really hot too!

7. The Quintessential Quintuplets

The Quintessential Quintuplets

Air Date: January 11, 2019 Status: Finished Studio: Tezuka Productions, Bibury Animation Studios No. of Seasons: 2 No. of Episodes: 24
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The Quintessential Quintuplets is a sweet, slice-of-life harem with a fairly simple premise– Futaro Uesugi, a straight-A student, accepts tutoring the quintuplets of the wealthy Nakano family.

Much to Futaro’s dismay, the quintuplets don’t have any intention to study or improve their terrible grades.

Top 10 Best Anime With Fanservice On Netflix!
The Quintessential Quintuplets | Source: IMDb

The fan service itself in this anime is pretty tame but well done. It manages to appeal to the audience without taking away from the story.

Most of the fanservice is just the sisters showing some skin, so it may not be as heavy as some other anime out there.

However, if you’re looking for a romance anime with just the right amount of fanservice, The Quintessential Quintuplets is the way to go.

6. Rosario + Vampire

Rosario + Vampire

Air Date: January 3, 2008 Status: Finished Studio: Gonzo No. of Seasons: 2 No. of Episodes: 26
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You know an anime means business when it kicks off with a panty shot in the opening theme!

The plot of the anime follows the misadventures of Tsukune Aono, an average teenager who enrolls in Yokai Academy, a school full of supernatural monsters as students.

Here, he meets the beautiful vampire Moka and decides to stay at the monstrous school.

Top 10 Best Anime With Fanservice On Netflix!
Rosario + Vampire | Source: Amazon

The plot may be a bit generic, but the fanservice in the anime does not disappoint. Besides the frequent panty shots, Rosario + Vampire has an abundance of short skirts and girls in swimsuits!

5. Akame Ga Kill

Akame ga Kill!

Air Date: July 7, 2014 Status: Finished Studio: White Fox No. of Seasons: 1 No. of Episodes: 24
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Akame Ga Kill follows Tatsumi, a mere boy from a remote village, as he journeys to the Capital to earn a living. Here, he ends up joining a group of assassins called the Night Raid, a revolutionary group aiming to overthrow the prime minister.

As for fanservice, every female character is blessed abundantly, and the anime misses no chance to show it off with revealing clothing.

4. Fairy Tail

Fairy Tail

Air Date: October 12, 2009 Status: Finished Studio: A-1 Pictures, Satelight, Bridge, CloverWorks No. of Seasons: 9 No. of Episodes: 328
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When I think of fanservice, Fairy Tail is one of the first few names that pop into my head.

The premise of the anime is relatively simple– Fairy Tail is a guild of powerful, wacky wizards who share a bond stronger than family. The story revolves around their antics and adventures as part of the legendary guild.

Top 10 Best Anime With Fanservice On Netflix!
Fairy Tail | Source: IMDb

Cue the hot wizards and big breasts because Fairy Tail has a lot of them. From Erza’s badass armor to Lucy’s skimpy outfits that tend to rip a lot anyway, the anime walks the line of fanservice bordering on excessive.

As much as the anime was criticized for the same, I can never bring myself to hate it. However, I suppose the spectacular manservice during the later seasons in the form of Gray’s Devil Slayer Mode and the Twin Dragons could have something to do with that too.

3. Food Wars

Food Wars

Air Date: April 4, 2015 Status: Finished Studio: J.C.Staff No. of Seasons: 5 No. of Episodes: 86
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Food Wars is an incredibly entertaining anime that follows the journey of Yukihira Soma as he joins Totsuki Culinary School in an attempt to surpass and prove himself to his father.

The anime follows his journey as a chef at Totsuki, where everything can be settled with a cooking battle!

Innocent as it may seem, Food Wars is anything but– the reactions to tasting the food are over the top, to say the least, and very sensual.

I’m talking clothes ripping off, turning into nymphs in a meadow, or flying around butt naked among clouds.

The visuals and the foodgasm-induced moans are sure to cause misunderstandings, so be sure to avoid watching this one around your parents!

PS: The food is so well animated that it makes you hungry too!

2. Free


Air Date: July 4, 2013 Status: Finished Studio: Kyoto Animation, Animation Do No. of Seasons: 3 No. of Episodes: 37
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Free exists solely to quench the thirst of the anime community from the sheer lack of manservice. Practically overflowing with hot athletes, Free is here to make us all want to fan ourselves.

Fanservice aside, Free has a fairly engaging plot. The protagonist, Haru, forms a swim club after reuniting with two of his elementary school friends Nagisa and Makoto, while a rivalry takes root with the third friend, Rin.

Top 10 Best Anime With Fanservice On Netflix!
Free | Source: Amazon

Watching the members of the swim club bond and express their passion for swimming makes this anime an enjoyable watch.

Incredibly handsome, ripped boys who spend a lot of time shirtless and in the pool? What more could one want? If you aren’t sold already, the anime even hints at relationships between the characters to torment any fujoshi that may be watching!

1. Highschool DxD

High School DxD

Air Date: January 6, 2012 Status: Finished Studio: TNK, Passione No. of Seasons: 4 No. of Episodes: 48
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As far as fanservice goes, Highschool DxD is unrivaled! All I’m going to say is this anime is dripping with very hot, large-chested female devils. You definitely can’t watch this one with your parents around!

Top 10 Best Anime With Fanservice On Netflix!
Highschool DxD | Source: Fandom

In defense of all fans who claim to watch Highschool DxD for the plot, the anime isn’t as superficial as one might think. The anime follows Issei Hyoudou, a pervert who, through a series of unfortunate (or fortunate?) events ends up enslaved to a devil named Rias Gremory.

Besides having every harem trope imaginable, this show has some really good comedic elements, and you should definitely try it if you haven’t already!

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