Top 5 Japanese Anime of 90’s streaming in Netflix
The over-the-top content platform, Netflix has been the most common streaming platform for people all over the world. The platform has been in established in the mid-’90s. Since then, the platform has been giving a wide variety of entertainment genres to all types of its viewers.
Among different types of genres, Japanese anime has been one of the most desirable genres of all time for all of its storylines, adventure, romance, and many more. Due to the facts, the number of fans of anime has been growing exponentially overall in the entire world.
Despite different anime movies and series that are being released in recent times, there are some series that are evergreen. Scroll down to know some of the endless ’90s endless anime that are currently streaming on Netflix.
5. Magic Knight Rayearth
For the people who love and believe in parallel world fantasy, Magic Knight Rayearth is a perfect series. the all-female Japanese manga artist group, Clamp created the series. The series is all about the journey of the three eighth-grade girls, Hikaru Shidou, Umi Ryuuzaki, and Fuu Hououji.
Besides that, the series also documents their journey to find their respective element-based magic. Later, With the magic, the girls were able to wake the three Rune-Gods. 49 episodes of the series are being currently streaming on Netflix.
4. Cardcaptor Sakura
Cardcaptor Sakura belongs to the magical girl and romance genre of Japanese anime. The anime introduced 10 years old girl, Sakura Kinomoto who mysteriously came to learn about the magical cards named Clow Cards in her basement created by the sorcerer Clow Reed.
Moving forwards, the series journals about each mystical and unique power contained by each magical card. Also, the series states about Sakura’s magical journey to recapture those magical cards with the guardian of cards, Kero. The Japanese Broadcasting Company, NHK telecasted the series on 7th April 1998. In June 2020, the highly popular series, Cardcaptor Sakura was made available on Netflix.
3. Slam Dunk
For the people, who love sports and anime, Netflix has all over up. Also, Slam Dunk is one of the probably best anime in sports categories that has been ever illustrated. The anime starts with the High School boy, Hanamichi Sakuragi who joined the High School basketball team, Shohoku after the girl named, Haruko Akagi.
However, when he joined the team, he came across some of the fantastic people in the team which entirely changed his love towards basketball. The anime is a perfect blend of romance, hard-working, sportsmanship, and respect towards to game, teammates, coach, and their opponents. Also, the anime has one of the most interesting openings and closing music full of life.
2. Yu Yu Hakusho
The anime, Yu Yu Hakusho has been one of the best supernatural anime that has been ever illustrated. The anime is an account of a troubled high school boy, Yusuke Urameshi who was forced to become a spirit detective after being dead by getting struck by a car.
Besides Yusuke, Kazuma Kuwabara, Kurama, Hiei are equally important characters in the series. All the characters had different journeys but a single destination.
Altogether, the series consists of four different sagas; Spirit Detective Saga, Dark Tournament Saga, The Chapter Black Saga, and Saga of the Makai Tournament with 112 episodes. The last episode of anime was released in December 1994.
1. Dragon Ball Z
The supernatural anime, Dragon Ball Z is the most popular supernatural anime series that has been ever illustrated in the terms of adventures and storyline.
The series illustrated Goku’s life and his adventures to save the planet from the aliens; Vegeta and Frieza. The anime was first released on 26th April 1989. Currently, the anime is available on Netflix. However, the series is not available in all parts of the world due to the restriction due to content distribution policy.