In anime, it is not uncommon for the protagonists to have crushes on each other or to be in love. However, it is not always guaranteed that these relationships will work out. Sometimes, the characters never even get together. With so many anime titles out there, there are many shows where the characters never seem to get together despite their obvious attraction.
However, there are also several anime series where the characters end up in a relationship. This listicle is for all anime fans who are looking for a little bit of hope. Here are the 15 Best anime where the characters actually get together.
15 Best Anime Where The Characters Actually Get Together
1. Sword Art Online
Kazuto Kirigaya has been adjusting to real life a year after quitting Sword Art Online. His tranquillity is short-lived, however, as a new event happens in the game Gun Gale Online, where a player known as Death Gun appears to be killing people in the real world by shooting them in-game. Kirito meets Sinon, a highly adept sniper with a terrible past, once inside. She is quickly lured into his pursuit of Death Gun.
Together, they enter the Bullet of Bullets, a competition in which their target is very certain to appear. Unsure of Death Gun’s true abilities, Kirito and Sinon hurry to stop him before he may claim another life. However, not everything goes as planned because scars from the past obstruct their progress. Kirito puts his life on the line in the virtual world again, this time in a high-stakes game where the next victim may easily be one of them.
2. Wotakoi: Love Is Hard For Otaku
Narumi Momose is late for her first day at a new office after sleeping through all four of her alarms. As she rushes to reach her train, she vows that none of her coworkers will discover her secret, “she is an otaku and a fujoshi”. Her plan, though, is thwarted when she runs across Hirotaka Nifuji, an old middle school acquaintance. Fortunately for her, the only witnesses, Hanako Koyanagi and Tarou Kabakura are also otakus. Later that night, the two went out for drinks to catch up after all these years apart.
Hirotaka advises dating a fellow otaku, namely himself after Narumi complains about her previous lover breaking up with her because he refused to date a fujoshi. He solemnly prays to always be there for her, encourage her, and assist her in her quest for rare Monster Hunter drops. Narumi, taken aback by the proposition, agrees quickly. As a result, the two otakus begin dating, and their adorable awkward relationship begins.
On the surface, the concept of Kyouko Hori and Izumi Miyamura getting along might seem unlikely. After all, Hori combines beauty and intelligence, whereas Miyamura appears humble and distant to his classmates. Despite this, a fateful encounter between the two reveals their hidden sides. Hori is famous at school but has little time to mingle with her friends due to chores. On the other hand, Miyamura lives under his peers’ noses, his body covered in concealed tattoos and piercings that make him appear to be a kind lawbreaker.
4. My Love Story!!
Takeo Gouda, with his powerful frame and height stature, is no average first-year high school student. Despite his frightening appearance, Takeo has a pure heart of gold, and his male peers regard him as a hero for his courage and gallantry. Unfortunately for Takeo, his physical appearance does not promise well for his romantic prospects.
Takeo’s calm, handsome best friend and frequent companion Makoto Sunakawa easily and unwittingly steals the hearts of the female students—including every girl Takeo has ever liked—as if his looks weren’t enough to drive the other coupling away.
When Takeo protects the adorable Rinko Yamato from being assaulted one day, he instantly falls in love with her. Unfortunately, he feels she has feelings for Sunakawa. Despite his growing romantic feelings for Yamato, Takeo decides to play cupid for her, despite his longing for his own love tale.
5. Say I Love You
Say I Love You. is a romantic Japanese animation based on Kanae Hazuki’s manga of the same name. Mei Tachibana is a socially awkward adolescent who believes that friendships end in betrayal and has never had a lover in her 16-year life.
Yamato Kurosawa San, the most popular kid at her high school, has a fateful meeting with her one day when she kicks him right in the palm of his hand and bruises him. Despite this, Yamato sets out on a mission to get to know Mei better.
The story follows Mei and her new experiences as she gradually enables Yamato to grow closer to her, including becoming his girlfriend and gaining new acquaintances with Yamato’s support.
6. Rascal Does Not Dream Of Bunny Girl-Senpai
Puberty Syndrome, an uncommon and baffling condition, is considered a myth. It’s a rare illness that exclusively affects teenagers, and its symptoms are so bizarre that no one believes it’s real. Sakuta Azusagawa, a high school student, knows from personal experience that it is completely genuine and rather prevalent in his school.
A third-year high school student, Mai Sakurajima, rose to stardom as a child actress in her youth but later ended her promising career for reasons undisclosed to the public. She is widely known throughout the school, but no one dares to connect with her until Sakuta notices her prowling the classroom in a bunny girl costume.
Despite her outfit, no one seems to notice her, and when he confronts her, he finds she is another victim of Puberty Syndrome. As Sakuta tries to assist Mai, his activities bring him into contact with more girls infected with the mysterious disease.
7. Inu X Boku SS
Ririchiyo Shirakiin is the well-protected daughter of a prominent family. Ririchiyo has spent her entire life as a protected and dependent girl due to her small build and wealthy status, but she has chosen to change that. One problem is the young girl’s uncontrollable tongue and poor communication abilities.
Ririchiyo moves into Maison de Ayakashi with the help of a childhood friend, a hidden high-security apartment complex that, as the unsociable 15-year-old quickly discovers, is home to a slew of strange people. Furthermore, their eccentric personalities aren’t the only odd thing: every resident of the Maison de Ayakashi, including Ririchiyo, is half-human, half-youkai. But Ririchiyo’s problems are just getting started.
A Secret Service member must accompany her to stay in her new residence. Soushi Miketsukami, Ririchiyo’s new partner, is gorgeous and quiet… yet outrageously possessive and creepily subservient. Ririchiyo appears to have a difficult journey ahead of her with Soushi, her new supernatural neighbors, and the start of high school.
Yuki Kurihara, a second-year high schooler, has finally collected the confidence to ask her first-year crush Shinya “Momo” Momotsuki out after capturing one hundred hidden photos and monitoring him from afar for months. Despite being taken aback, the shy Momo accepts; unfortunately, he is unaware of the truly unorthodox truth.
As her strict friend Norika Mizuyama has noted, Yuki has developed some unsettling—but very genuine—habits, such as secretly photographing Momo, conducting extensive research into his personal life, collecting his used straws, and even going “Momo watching.”
Momo is blissfully unaware of his new girlfriend’s strange tendencies, although he detects certain abnormalities in their everyday chats. Momo is still hesitant and worried about his first relationship. As a result of his inexperience, he frequently finds himself in awkward exchanges. Still, he resolves to make his new lover happy.
Shichika Yasuri practices Kyotouryuu, a method in which the user’s own body is used as a blade, in an Edo-era Japan rich with sword-fighting styles. Shichika, the enigmatic seventh head of the Kyotouryuu school, lives quietly in exile with his sister Nanami until the wildly ambitious strategist Togame barges into their lives one day.
Togame boldly asks Shichika for assistance in her endeavor to capture twelve rare swords known as the “Deviant Blades” for the shogunate. Shichika accepts, more concerned with the girl than with petty politics, and thus embarks on a voyage.
The strong wielders of these legendary weapons and other power-hungry beings stand in their path of Togame’s goal. To triumph over their adversaries, the couple must become an unbreakable partnership as they move forth on a dangerous route.
10. Akame Ga Kill
Night Raid is the covert assassination arm of the Revolutionary Army, an uprising organized to depose Prime Minister Honest, whose avarice and hunger for power have led him to exploit the infant emperor’s inexperience. Without a strong and generous leader, the rest of the country sinks into poverty, strife, and disaster.
Though the Night Raid members are all seasoned murderers, they understand that killing lives is not anything to be proud of and that they will almost certainly suffer retaliation as they viciously eliminate anyone who stands in the way of the revolution. Tatsumi, a naive youngster from a rural village who had begun on a quest to help his impoverished homeland, was won over not just by Night Raid’s beliefs but also by their tenacity.
Akame ga Kill! Follows Tatsumi as he fights the Empire and encounters powerful weaponry, opponent assassins, challenges to his own morals and ideals, and, eventually, what it means to be an assassin with a cause.
11. Blast of Tempest
Yoshino Takigawa, a normal adolescent, is secretly courting Mahiro’s younger sister. When Mahiro’s lover Aika inexplicably dies, he vows to identify the killer and make them pay for murdering his beloved sister. Yoshino goes about his daily life and hasn’t heard from Mahiro in a month until he is confronted by a mysterious girl who holds him at gunpoint. His best buddy arrives just in time to save him.
Yoshino discovers that Mahiro has engaged the services of a witch named Hakaze Kusaribe to identify Aika’s killer and the existence of the “Tree of Exodus.” Despite the imminent danger to the world, the witch’s brother is selfishly eager to use her magic. However, Hakaze is exiled to a remote island, and it is now up to Yoshino and Mahiro to assist her in saving the world while uncovering the truth behind Aika’s death.
12. Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet
A majority of humans have departed Earth in the distant future, and the Galactic Alliance of Humanity is formed to supervise exploration and safeguard humanity’s prosperity. Ledo, a 16-year-old Galactic Alliance lieutenant, begins the war against the monsters armed with Chamber, an autonomous robot. Ledo loses control during the conflict in a terrible turn of events and is thrown out into space, crash-landing on a soggy Earth.
Gargantia, a massive fleet of scavenging ships, comes upon Chamber and takes it from the ocean, believing they have rescued something valuable. Mistaking their movements for hostility, Ledo climbs aboard and kidnaps Amy, a young messenger girl, only to discover that the people of Gargantia are not as violent as he had assumed.
Faced with uncertainty and unable to connect with his colleagues in space, Ledo struggles to orient himself and adjust to a new way of existence. But his calm days are soon to end since there is more to this ocean-covered planet than meets the eye.
13. Valkyria Chronicles
The neutral Principality of Gallia is invaded by the Europan Imperial Alliance, seeking control of its huge Ragnite reserves as part of its westward drive for resources. Because of their strategic advantage, technological supremacy, and military strength, they easily steamrolled past the quiet principality’s border.
As Imperial forces sweep through his peaceful hometown, Welkin Gunther and his younger sister Isara spring into action, joining forces with the head of the local militia to drive the occupying forces out. They quickly retreat to the Gallian capital, where they form a unit with the remnants of the militia to assist in repelling the Imperial presence in the country.
Despite their lack of experience in combat, the newly created Squad Seven must defend their homeland against annexation. However, as the conflict rages through the streets of Gallia, ancient mysteries will pull the crew closer than they could have imagined.
14. Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom
Chizuru Yukimura, a young woman, is looking for her missing father, Koudou, a doctor. His profession frequently takes him away from home. But, after months of silence, Chizuru disguises herself as a male and travels to Kyoto in pursuit of him.
She tries to hide after attracting the notice of ronin and ends up experiencing a horrible event. But Chizuru’s protection is short-lived, as this group of guys ties her up and takes her back to their headquarters, undecided whether to let her live or forever silence her.
When she reveals her father’s name, the Shinsengumi decide to keep her safe because they are also looking for him. In reality, Koudou is more connected to the Shinsengumi than they admit. Chizuru soon finds herself caught up in a fight between the Shinsengumi and their adversaries and political tensions in Kyoto.
Ryouta Sakamoto is out of work and lives at home with his mother; his single significant accomplishment is that he is Japan’s top player in the popular online video game Btooom! His calm life is about to be turned upside down when he finds himself trapped on an island in the center of nowhere, clinging to a little green crystal in his left hand and having no memory of how he got there.
To his surprise, someone has decided to recreate his favorite game in real life, with the stakes being life or death. Ryouta is compelled to battle after realizing that many other players are not as friendly as they appear. Together with Himiko, a fellow Btooom! Players seek to escape the island, getting closer and closer to the reality behind this death match.