Tokyo Ravens may be compared to the following anime. Take a peek at the suggested viewing lists and reviews right below to see what other people thought of each title.
1. Strike the Blood
Both series have a lot in common with their protagonists. Harutora from the Tokyo Ravens and Kojou are both dense, unlucky, and epic at the same time, which makes them a perfect match. They were going about their daily routine as usual when something unexpected happened. Kojou is a vampire in Strike the Blood, but Harutora is an Onmyoji in Tokyo Raven. It’s a modern city full with interesting people in both series. Incorporate a sense of the fantastical and the unexplained. A simultaneous airing of the two series.
The plot revolves around a group of people (typically a boy and a girl) who are having a good time in a sunny place until a perilous situation arises. Each story arc has a villain that primarily targets the main characters or attempts to thwart their plans in various ways. In order to combat their foes, supernatural themes were employed.
An observer keeps an eye on a male eternal vampire in order to prevent him from engaging in any potentially lethal behavior. The protagonist of Tokyo Ravens is a normal teenager who is hired by a childhood friend to assist her achieve her aspirations.
2. Blue Exorcist
Both have to do with the paranormal. Neither of them knew that their mc would turn out to be a major player in the industry. These two have an engaging plot, but it takes a while to get going.
3. Twin Star Exorcists
Both stories center on a group of Onmyouji teenagers who live in a society where the importance of onmyou families is highly valued. A romantic bond develops between the two protagonists in spite of their vital roles in saving the world. To be honest, I preferred Tokyo Ravens to Sousei no Onmyouji, but whichever one you like, I’m sure you’ll appreciate it as well.
Assuming their roles pretty well when they discover for themselves who they truly are, the two major characters in this story
When a bunch of attractive women sees him as a majou, he’ll be in high demand.
The same people that had reservations about even being a majou..
A 13-episode anime and a 24-episode anime are two very different beasts.
Here, we don’t know for sure what the harem does with their men.
The package that Tokyo Ravens and Noragami come with is the ability to cope with spiritual entities who have magic or skills. These entities frequently come into contact with the primary male protagonist in their respective viewpoint worlds.
Both series’ central male protagonists have a past that is covered in their stories. both series. Some of the plot’s themes are revealed as a result of these revelations.
Also, both of these shows take place in a school environment In contrast to Tokyo Ravens, Noragami has a stronger focus on comedy, thanks to the show’s clever dialogue and character interactions.
7. Shonen Onmyoji
Magic as an idea. The source of all authority. The enigma of origins. The concepts of Tokyo Ravens and Shounen Onmyouji have a lot in common.
Supernatural entities and potent spells cast through the practice of Onmyoudo are prominent features in both series’ universes. Our heroes are descended from a powerful family tree. As the mysteries of their beginnings are revealed in both series, so are their secrets. The duration of the settings varies. However, there is a tinge of mythological lore from Japan in the air
Familiars and exorcising monsters can be used.
9. Magical Warfare
Magic. Characters who use magic and protagonists who were dragged to a school for magical instruction are present in both anime.
10. Blast of Tempest
In both series, the writing is excellent, the story is intriguing, and the female protagonists are powerful. A male and female MC is featured in both series, with the female being significantly stronger, but the guy having a huge impact on plot. With a diverse cast of supporting characters, beautiful animation, and witty, convincing language, both series deliver engaging, gripping dramas filled with surprising turns and exciting action sequences. If you’re looking for something that isn’t your typical show, you’ll be surprised at how good this one is.
11. Guilty Crown
There is a female protagonist in both anime series who serves as the catalyst for the male protagonist’s quest for power. – While both anime feature mecha, Guilty Crown’s focus is mostly on mecha, whilst Tokyo Ravens’ focus is primarily on magic. Endings are rather similar (in the anime at least) -Both animes have excellent animation and special effects.
12. Kamisama Kiss
Both animes feature familiars, magic, a fusion of humor and romance, and other commonalities. Kamisama Kiss is a must-see for fans of the Tokyo Ravens.
13. Kaze no Stigma
Both series feature modern-day magicians who battle ayakashi/demons, but they also frequently engage in combat with one another. Male MCs have a lot of power, but few people know about it. A person’s level of strength is mostly determined by the family or lineage from whence they descend (nearly always), yet the male protagonists of both programs were unaffected by this and became or remain strong in their own right without it.
14. Angel Beats!
Will at times leave you feeling a little down. The plot is well-developed, and the love interest is a lot of fun to see develop.