If you are looking for fanservice series with all entertainment and not so much of a complex plot we have all the arrangements for you.
Netflix is saturated with anime series that are made to fit into everyone’s choice and watch list so it wasn’t much difficult to find the Top 10 from all the fanservice animes out there. Read on for the Top 10 Best Fanservice Anime on Netflix!
10. Kiss Him Not Me
Kiss Him Not Me is a rom-com with a relatable right does of fanservice.
The main character of the series is Kae Serinuma who is a savage otaku and fujoshi who loses a lot of weight after the demise of her dearest anime character.
Further in the story she finds four boys constantly eyeing her. Instead of falling for one of the boys or imagining a romance with one of them, she fantasizes about the four boys falling for each other. This fantasy was because she was a power fujoshi.
It cannot be neglected that the boys are droop worthy and attractive. The audience is pleased and appealed by the initmate boy scenes.
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 is the story of Atsushi Nakajima who becomes a part of a mysterious group of detectives possessing supernatural powers. The plot is very interesting induced with some amazing action scenes.
There isn’t much revealing fanservice but everyone in the series is beautiful and this beauty pleases the audience. Literally everyone, every single character in the series is beautiful.
So handsome boys on a screen are enough to keep your interest alive.
8. Seven Deadly Sins
Seven Deadly Sins is not entirely built on the fanservice area but does have a good amount of it.
Elizabeth Liones is the emperor of a kingdom and meets Meliodas, the leader of the renowned warriors- The Seven Deadly Sins. Elizabeth needs help to save her kingdom and takes a journey with Meliodas to find all the Sins.
Along with being a leader, Meliodas is a huge pervert. So most of the fanservice in the series comes from him and trust me you will thank him for all the gag moments without being too much.
7. The Quintessential Quintuplets
The Quintessential Quintuplets has a simple storyline of an intelligent student named Futaro Uesugi who accepts the offer of teaching the quintuplets of the filthy rich Nakano family. The quintuplets had no intentions to invest hard work in studying or improving their scores.
With this simple plot, the fanservice is not as heavy as some other anime series but it is a pretty one if you are looking for a romantic series with just the right amount of fanservice.
It manages to cater to the needs of the audience with the sisters revealing skin and not going too far from the story.
6. Rosario + Vampire
With the opening theme as a panty shot, Rosario + Vampire has a long way.
The plot is about an average teenager named Tsukune Aono who enrolls in an academy of supernatural monster students, the Yokai Academy. In the academy, he meets a beautiful hot vampire named Moka and makes his mind to stay in the monstrous school.
You may think that the storyline is common but the fanservice is on another level. The plot is saturated with girls in short skirts, swimsuits, and panties. Oh, you must watch this!
5. Akame Ga Kill
The story of Akame Ga Kill is about a young boy from a remote village who shifts to the city to make a living.
While venturing in the city and through his options he ends up becoming a part of a group called the Night Raid which is an assassin group. The gang aims to dethrone the prime minister.
There is an abundance of fanservice for the ladies out there. Akame Ga Kill doesn’t miss the chance to flaunt the guys with exposing clothes.
4. Fairy Tail
Fairy Tales is amongst those animes which come first to the mind when we talk about fanservice.
The plot is a simple Fairy world with wacky and powerful wizards of a guild and is connected more than a family. Antics and adventure are the crucial elements of the famous guild.
Now the fanservice elements are hot and big breasts wizards and Fairy Tale has an abundance of them. Erza wears kickass armor, Lucy’s outfit is always ripping apart.
There are many more things like these and the fanservice is just tip-toeing on the border of being too much. Talking about man service, the later seasons are fruit to the eyes. Gray’s Devil Slayer Mode and the Twin Dragons are spectacular examples of man service from the series.
3. Food Wars
Food Wars doesn’t sound like a name that could deliver fanservice at all. But trust me it may not sound like it but Food Wars takes reactions to the taste of food and translates it into foodgasms.
We are talking about clothes ripping apart, flying around naked, and turning into nymphs in the middle of meadows and so many more sensual reactions.
The story follows the journey of Yukihira Soma who joins the Totsuki Culinary School to prove his worth before his father.
Everything in the school can be settled with a cooking battle. But it’s not so easy where every reaction to food can be a foodgasm induced with moans, you need to be careful while watching it.
This is for those anime fans who complain about the lack of man service. Free is solely made to deliver man service. Hot, shirtless athletes swimming most of the time, what else can you ask for.
Watching the members of the swimming team connect and express their passion for swimming is what brings depth in the series. Apart from the fanservice, the plot follows Haru the protagonist who forms a swim team with his two other school friends Nagisa and Makoto but the third friend is somehow taken by the rival team.
With a steamy and competitive vibe and ripped boys shown shirtless most of the time in the pool, it is a dream come true.
1. Highschool DxD
Hot girls with large chests and the personality of a devil that is what Highschool DxD is made of and in the basis of fanservice level it is unparalleled. People who claim to watch Highschool DxD for its storyline, in your defense the series is not as fictional as it may seem.
The story is about Issei Hyoudou who is a degenerate and falls into the slave trap of the devil Rias Gremory through a series of unfortunate or maybe fortunate events.
The series has every harem trope you can ever think of, along with the added benefit of epic comic elements. This is something you do not want to see around your parents but you must try it.