Best Anime OPs/Openings which you can listen to during study
Picture this, you have a lot to study and there is a lot of stress too, but it goes down well as you hum that one particular anime opening from your favorite series. Yes, the one that might be running in your head right now. No wonder Beethoven said music can change the world. Obviously, it can because it can lessen your stress. And that is what scientific researches prove.
More often than not we all have days when we want to listen to some soothing and mellow music. And on some other days, we love a hardcore electro-music party. However, many of us love to listen to music while going through the pages of our books.
We have some soft and popular anime openings for study so, grab your books and coffee while you boost your attention with this playlist.
Spirited Away: The Name of Life (Main Theme)
This one never gets old. It carries a lot of nostalgia and childhood memories for anime lovers. Studio Ghibli has been into creating anime for a long time and it never disappoints us. Though this may not count in as a proper anime opening yet it gives life and light to the movie. The magic that this mellow theme song creates cannot be replicated with the dedication with which it was originally made. Add this to your study time playlist for a subtle meditative environment.
Tokyo Ghoul: Opening 1 (Unravel)
Many anime fans count the opening of this one as an explosively amazing soundtrack for its time. Some people enjoy anime openings and credit this masterpiece by TK from Ling Toshite Sigure for it. With deep-rooted anime culture depiction, this song also has a beautifully experimental mix of mellow notes and electronic beats. The intro being simple does the work does not take away the focus from the musical piece. Getting to the depths of the lyrics in translation can give you a sense of fulfillment because this song encourages you to be you.
One Piece: Opening 16 ( Hands Up!!)
With truck loads of popularity, the series One Piece openings also have fandoms. Within the interesting use of story arc and character visuals, the careful choice of music also adds to the love it gets. Experimental camera angles added with the crafty design of character presentation bring upon the nostalgia for the old school people who love manga and anime. Not to forget the dramatic use of straw hats and straw hat silhouettes.
Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood: Opening 1 (Again)
Some songs are made in a way that makes your mood go uphill and helps you restore energy. Again Full Metal Alchemist is an anime opening and even for a bit if you feel sleepy while studying its upbeat notes give you the rush that’s needed. The blend of classic motion anime and pensive lyrics would not disappoint you. There are interesting and unique characters so is the series of openings and endings.
Attack on Titan: Opening 3 (Shinzou Wo Sasageyo!)
Hey, Attack on Titan fandom it’s time to assemble. Everyone sits around the edge of the couch when heroism and triumph scream out of this song. Arguably, this is one of the best anime openings. There are better visuals in comparison to this one but the track outshines due to its feels. Shinzou Wo Sasageyo! Does deserve a fair share of credit to connect the audience with the story of Eren, Mikasa Levi, and Armin. This one won’t let you give up while you studying because exams are no less than a battle for some of us.
Serial Experiments Lain: Opening (Duvet)
If are you into vintage classics, then this anime opening is going to bring a smile to your face. Sung by Bôa was released back in the year 1988, but due to its vintage charm and the raw beauty of its lyrics, it’s still a favorite for anime lovers. Duvet is one of the underrated archaic Japanese lyrical themes in the anime worlds Pandora’s box of melodies. Its focal point is love and hope thus, it has a calming aura that can save the day for you. At that time this track was considered a fairly unusual choice for an anime opening but it still found its place in our playlists.
You Lie in April: Opening 1 (Hikaru Nara)
Why do you need someone for a hug when you have this song? This anime opening is one of the best-created romantic openings. The opening has some deep and touching lyrical patterns. For any anime opening, Hikaru Nara is cheerful and colorful alike. Brilliantly summing up the brewing bonds within the story it helps you relax and get your brain to flip through some pages of your book.
Bonus: Adding in the track Orange 7 as a bonus to your list.
Music may not have the power to solve all your problems but it gives you some energy to fight them off. If you are among the people who get easily distracted by noise try out the instrumental version of all the songs because distraction is not something that you need while studying or reading your favorite books.
Tell us about some mellow and peaceful but popular anime openings that help you get through the slump. We are eager to start a thread of underrated openings suggested by you.