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Best High School Romance Anime Movies: Top 10




Romance anime movies have grown over the years capture so many fans of all age groups. Obviously, there is something about fantasy and love that really gets audiences and romance anime movies have the potential for good storytelling or cute romances that boosts our moods for romance. Below are the top ten high school romance anime movies you should watch.

  • Oregairu

Ore no Seishun Love Comedy Wa Machigatteiru.) abbreviated as OreGairu and Hamachi, is a Japanese light novel series written by Wataru Watari and illustrated by Ponkan8. Hachiman Hikigaya is a pessimistic, closed-minded, and realistic adolescent who is forced by his teacher to join the school’s service club and work with two girls who have their own problems. While dealing with their own inner conflicts, they offer assistance and advice to others.

  • Yesterday wo Utatte

A love story about four boys and girls trying to live their best lives in a small town on a private rail line just outside of Shinjuku, despite hardship and turmoil. Minor misunderstandings turn into major issues, and their diverse emotions become entangled.

  • Toradora!

Another classic romance anime, Takasu Ryuji and Aisaka Taiga try to help each other get closer to their crushes, who happen to be each other’s best friends. All of their schemes, however, invariably backfire, and the two of them gradually become closer. With some lighter moments, this program is about looking past outward appearances as the two of them discover something in one other that others miss.

  • ReLIFE

ReLIFE is a manga published in the manner of a webtoon that was subsequently turned into an anime about Kaizaki Arata, a 27-year-old who is offered the option to make himself seem 10 years younger so that he may return to high school and repeat his life. He accepts the offer, and so begins his second year as a high school student, during which he meets new people and learns new skills that will help him grow as a person.

  • The Girl who Leapt Through Time


The Girl Who Leapt Through Time is a Madhouse-produced Japanese animated science fiction romance film directed by Mamoru Hosoda and written by Satoko Okudera that was released in 2006. The film, which was released by Kadokawa Herald Pictures, is a loose sequel to Yasutaka Tsutsui’s 1967 novel of the same name. It follows a young girl who gets the power of time travel and continually relives the same day in a time loop, although it has a different narrative and characters than the novel.

  • Oreshura

This series recounts the narrative of the high school student, Kido Eita, as he attempts to go through high school without being engaged in any form of love or romance, curtesy to the past trauma left behind by his parents getting divorced, finding new partners, and leaving him behind. But this plan goes bad when he is contacted by the most popular girl in school to engage in a phony relationship to make others stay away from her.

  • Kimi no Na Wa

Kimi no Na wa is a 2016 Japanese animated love fantasy film released by Toho and produced by CoMix Wave Films. It shows a Tokyo high school student and a Japanese rural high school girl who start swapping bodies for no apparent reason.

  • Golden Time

Banri Tada is a fresh male student at a Tokyo-based private law school. He has lost all of his memories previous to the accident as a result of the aftereffects of a bridge collapse shortly after his high school graduation.

  • KimiKiss

Kouichi Aihara is a senior who recently returned from summer break. He has never been kissed, so when he returns to school, he resolves to build a love relationship with a specific female over the course of 30 days. KimKiss is also a PlayStation 2 dating simulation game from Japan. KimiKiss is a media property created by Enterbrain in 2006 that contains five manga adaptations, a light novel, and an anime television series produced by Ken’ichi Kasai.

  • Chunnibyou

This series, whose full title is Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions, follows Togashi Yuta as he attempts to move on from his humiliating past, but then he meets Takanashi Rikka, a girl who isn’t afraid to exhibit her own delusions in public. They both fell in love and progressed from one-sided curiosity to reciprocal appreciation, with both of them eventually learning to embrace who they are.