We’ve listed down animes from the 90s we won’t mind doing a marathon of not once, but twice. And we’re not done yet. Here with the intention of giving you intense flashbacks from your childhood, here are more animes from the early 2000s we’re sure you’d also love to watch again:
11. Super Doll Licca (Sūpā Dōru Rika-chan, Japan; 2000)
The story follows a seemingly ordinary elementary school girl named Licca Kayama and her protector, Doll Licca. Licca then finds two more dolls Izumi, and Isamu, using spells to bring them to life, and protect her from the villain Devaul.
10. Fushigi Yuugi (Japan; 2000)
Fushigi Yuugi follows Miyaka and her friend Julie as they get transported inside the world of a book and find themselves each a Priestess of a certain god – Miyaka for Suzaku, and Julie for Seiryuu.
9. Cardcaptor Sakura (Kādokyaputā Sakura, Japan; 2001)
The story focuses on Sakura Kinomoto, an elementary school student who discovers that she possesses magical powers after accidentally freeing a set of magical cards known as Clow Cards from the book they had been sealed in for years. She is then tasked with retrieving those cards in order to avoid an unknown catastrophe from befalling the world.
8. Slam Dunk (Suramu Danku, Japan; 2001)
Slam Dunk follows Hanamichi Sakuragi who reluctantly gets pulled into playing basketball for his school Shohoku High.
7. Judy Abbot (Watashi No Ashinaga Ojisan, Japan; 2002)
Judy Abbott is an orphan who was able to attend at the prestigious Lincoln Memorial High School through a mysterious benefactor whom she only knows as “John Smith”. She nicknamed him “Daddy Long Legs” after seeing his shadow once, and pays him for sending her to school by writing him letters every month.
6. Inuyasha (Sengoku Otogizōshi Inuyasha, Japan; 2002)
The anime follows a 15-year-old girl from Tokyo named Kagome who is transported to the Sengoku period after falling into a well in her family shrine, where she meets the half-demon Inuyasha.