Best Anime EDs/Endings for relaxing
In the same way that we occasionally all simply want to listen to calming anime theme music, there are moments when we all want to watch a cosier, sweeter slice-of-life anime series. One of those songs that simply make us want to sit back, grin, and let the music wash over us and dance in our heads. These soothing anime-ending theme songs are some of the nicest that have been written in recent years, and anime fans like them all.
Here is the list of best anime series ending songs that will make anyone relax.
1. Restaurant to Another World
The closing theme of Season 1 of Restaurant to Another World is stunning, ranking among the most tranquil anime theme songs published in recent memory and among the most attractive. The Restaurant to Another World ending theme song, which is performed by Kiyono Yasuno and is titled “Chiisana Hitotsuba” or “A Small Grain”, is a lovely song with excellent vocals that musically depicts a fantastic anime series. The sweetest dream slice-of-life anime also includes a very exquisite conclusion animation with waitress Aletta as part of the ending theme.
2. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is the second anime adaptation of Bones’ Fullmetal Alchemist manga series. It is directed by Yasuhiro Irie. However, it remains faithful to the manga, and most fans consider Brotherhood to be the best adaptation of the series. Not only does the series have outstanding animation and graphics, but it also has better music than anything else on the market. Its last song is especially touching, giving spectators a chance to collect their thoughts after seeing each presentation. Uso (Lie), the first season’s final concluding song, was performed by SID.
3. Mob Psycho 100 II
The frantic guitar and rhythms are an excellent combination of Sana’s calming voice in the song Memosepia. Anime fans may select which universe to join thanks to the contrast between the quick-paced instrumentals and the relaxed vocals since each instrument is given equal weight in the music. The story of Mob Psycho 100 of season 2 is that Reigen and Mob are back in action, casting out ghosts here and there.
4. Laid-Back Camp
Laid-Back Camp’s closing theme, “Fuyu Biyori”, by Eri Sasaki, is one of the all-time favourite anime themes. A soothing, guitar-driven piece with hushed vocals that quickly transports you to a campfire with friends, savouring hot soup, freshly brewed coffee, baked potatoes with butter, and streaming with butter. The song is part of a soundtrack with a lot of equally calming songs.
5. From the New World
The director of the From the New World series is Masashi Ishihama. This television series is completely unpredictable and full of twists and turns. The anime starts slowly, but it picks up speed after the true mystery is revealed. Each episode is brilliantly rounded off with the series’ concluding theme music, a melancholy yet upbeat pop-rock song with bends and slides that sound amazing. The series ending theme, Broken Apple (Wareta Ringo), is performed by Watanabe Saki.
One of the most meditative anime theme-ending songs ever produced must be KonoSuba’s Season 1 closing music. The song is titled “Chsana Bken-sha,” and it is performed by the voice actors for Aqua, Megumin, and Ai Kayano in the anime (Darkness). One of those songs that one may see themselves listening to while lying in a field of long grass with a picnic basket full of hot mulled wine and hearty food at their side with the wind gently blowing in the background.
Osamu Dezaki directed Clannad, one of the finest animes ever made. Endearing and wholesome moments in the programme beautifully balance its occasionally sombre and tragic overtones, producing a bittersweet experience. This is evident even in the final song, Dango Daikazoku. It’s a lovely song that captures the spirit of Clannad, resulting in an anime that stands alone as incredible. Chata was in charge of the song’s performance.
8. Sakura Quest
As it opens with a wonderful, quiet guitar start and charming vocals, the delightful Sakura Quest ending theme song will always be included in the list of soothing anime theme songs, the song is NoW Name. Another fantastic theme tune that captures the carefree mood of that amazing slice-of-life anime and its lead character is “Freesia.” An anime that follows unemployed Yoshino Koharu as she is unexpectedly appointed Queen of Manoyama and works to promote the little town, which is located in the middle of nowhere and doesn’t seem to have much going for it in terms of drawing tourists. That is until she meets the locals and learns how much they adore their home. By the way, this is a fantastic anime that never received the recognition it deserved.
Numerous real songs have been used in anime since they were contracted to Sony Music Japan. For the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations’ successor series, they provide Tsuyogari LOSER this time. Considering how mellow most ending themes are, the song that serves as the closing theme is unexpectedly upbeat. Those who are familiar with the band will not be surprised to learn that Tsuyogari Loser has Ryoko’s high vocals and appealing songs. The protagonist of the series is Boruto, the son of Naruto Uzumaki, who, along with his companions, follows in his father’s footsteps to become a famous ninja.
Hiroyuki Tanaka is the director of Claymore. This underappreciated anime series boasts a strong narrative and an intriguing group of characters. Although some fans say the conclusion was a flop since it veered into its narrative instead of waiting to let the manga continue, the battle in this show is equally stunning. In any event, the music is superb, with Danzai No Hana’s final theme, in particular, sticking out. Given Claymore’s underappreciation, more anime lovers should view it and listen to the excellent final song. Danzai No Hana’s vocalist was Riyu Kosaka.
11. Karakai Jouzu No Takagi San
The season 2 closing theme song for Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san was performed by Rie Takahashi, who is most known for her voice acting. However, as the song Kiseki demonstrates, she is also a fantastic singer. Her endearing voice is also connected to animated series like Re: Zero, where she plays Emilia, Konosuba, who plays Megumin the Explosion Girl, and Yuru Camp’s Ena Saitou. The narrative shows that, after spending a lot of time with Takagi, Nishikata is still searching for the ideal strategy to deal with the skilled teaser.
12. The Rising of the Shield Hero
A gorgeous rendition of Chiai Fujikawa’s “Atashi ga Tonari ni Iru Uchi ni,” the second ending theme for The Rising of the Shield Hero, brings to mind the charming friendship between Naofumi, the main character, and Raphtalia, his demi-human slave girl. Before Naofumi came along and saved her, the girl had nothing, no future, and no hope. While I’m Next to You, also known as “Atashi ga Tonari ni Iru Uchi ni,” is the show’s moving theme song. It is a quiet, chill song that inspires viewers to reflect on their relationships and why some of them are so important to them.
13. Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai
One of the many wonderful aspects of this comedy, romance, supernatural anime, and its tale of Mai Sakurajima, an adolescent actress suffering from adolescence syndrome, is the song that plays at the conclusion, “Fukashigi no Carte,” which has a mellow jazz flavour. Nobody else can see her, according to a syndrome that only allows the main character Sakuta Azusagawa to do so. The anime voice actresses’ seraphic vocals and the song’s beautiful melody make it difficult to forget “Fukashigi no Carte” even after it has stopped playing.
14. Kill La Kill
The Kill La Kill series is directed by Hiroyuki Imaishi. Kill La Kill offers some amazing action and a timeless tale. Due to the uncommon creative approach and odd idea, many people gave up, but once you start reading, there is no turning back. The first song to conclude Kill la Kill is Gomen ne, Iiko ja Irarenai (Sorry I Can’t Be A Good Child?). The lastv song was sung by Miku Sawai.
15. Angel Beats
Even now, anime fans still consider Angel Beats to be their favourite song since it is so full of emotions, the song is Brave. Even though the last song’s prediction may be a bit too clear, its simplicity is maybe what draws listeners in every time. The series’ condensed message is outlined in these closing songs since, at its core, this is a drama about death and the afterlife. The voice of Aoi Tada is likewise quite calming.
16. The Perfect Insider
The director of The Perfect Insider series is Mamoru Kanbe. The Perfect Insider is regarded as the first genuine mystery anime. There aren’t many fans of this series, but everyone loves the ending soundtrack. The background music for the song Nana Hitsuji is a challenging math-rock tune with quirky images.
17. Haibane Renmei
The ending song, Blue Flow, from the anime series Haibane Renmei, is calming and contemplative. It doesn’t overstay its welcome or detract from the anime’s delicate, solemn finish. Our central figure spins while fetus-like and hanging supposedly in the sea. The colour temperature slowly shifts as she gracefully twirls, a quiet and eerie song plays in the background, wings flap, and she disappears in a flurry of feathers.
18. Ranpo Kitan
The last song, Mikazuki, from the series Ranpo Kitan, is tranquil and meditative. A girl sprinting through abstract images is shown in a beautiful silhouette by Ranpo Kitan Sayuri. The instrumentals abruptly overtake the audience, erupting in a frantic bombardment of guitars, percussion, and frantic singing, until the work ends on a sombre and reflective note. Sadly, Ranpo Kitan turned out to be such a letdown, but fortunately, Sayuri won’t be absent from our lives for long.
The isekai anime InuYasha was a huge sensation before the series about characters being moved to other worlds became extremely popular. The programme was directed by Masashi Ikeda. This famous series is a must-see for any fan of superb action-comedy anime. Fukai Mori, one of InuYasha’s better theme songs, is delightful to listen to. Because the song is so beautiful, long-time watchers of the programme recall it with nostalgia. Fukai Mori was performed by Do As Infinity, a pop band.
20. Gurren Lagann
The Minna no Piisu theme song from the Gurren Lagann series is peaceful and pleasant. The constant drumming, optimistic chords, positive singing, and wholesome conclusion of this ending wonderfully complement the anime. This brand of rock from the early 2000s strives to thrill, energise, and make fans happy. Beautiful monochrome scenes sweep by our hero Simon while a gritty rock hymn plays in the background.
21. Death Parade
Last Theatre is the relaxing and reassuring series finale music for Death Parade. Death Parade’s introduction is jovial, but the show’s finale lingers on the emotion maybe to revive the audience before the heartbreaking events of each episode. Each episode’s sadness is amplified by the sad, dejected song “I’m not going to make it, is it almost done now?” over gloomy guitar-heavy instrumentals.
22. Future Diary
The series’ tranquil and meditative closing song is called Filament. Yuno is depicted in a depressing scene wandering a barren desert while camped out alone while gloomy, crushing strings, percussion, and guitars play in the background. As the song progresses, it becomes more passionate and emotional, with longing words sung with optimism. However, this motif continues to collapse upon itself, taking us back to the horrifying operatic nightmare that we have grown to adore. This conclusion, which starts right as things start to grow progressively weird, offers a fascinating glimpse of Yuno Gasai’s thinking.
Gen Urobuchi wrote the script for Psycho-Pass, which Naoyoshi Shiotani and Katsuyuki Motohiro co-directed. For its gripping storytelling and mastery of narrative twists, this anime merits a standing ovation. The story’s idea is comparable to that of the blockbuster film Minority Report as well as to iRobot. The dystopian future depicted in Psycho-Pass has harsh crime deterrents and punishment measures. The viewers adore the music that plays at the conclusion, Monster Without a Name. It was written by Supercell’s Ryo and performed by the EGOIST band.
The popular visual novel Danganronpa’s anime adaptation lacked a lot of elements. It did, however, have a fantastic score, particularly the closing theme tune, Zetsubousei Hero Chiryoyaku. This finale begins with chiptune, and all of the characters are shown in an 8-bit format, fusing the animation with the source material from the video game. The song then explodes into a string of upbeat voices and odd-sounding chords while still maintaining the chiptune look. As the story progresses, the animation varies based on who has died; thus, as the viewer watches more, more people appear.