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* TSURIBE Manabu (釣部 ) in [http://www001.upp.so-net.ne.jp/tsuribe/anime/animej.html Japanese] or [http://www001.upp.so-net.ne.jp/tsuribe/anime/animee.html English].
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* TSURIBE Manabu (釣部 ) in [http://www001.upp.so-net.ne.jp/tsuribe/anime/animej.html Japanese] or [http://www001.upp.so-net.ne.jp/tsuribe/anime/animee.html English].
 
* AniDB denizens, [http://anidb.info/v167], [http://anidb.info/v1294], [http://anidb.info/v15147]
 
* AniDB denizens, [http://anidb.info/v167], [http://anidb.info/v1294], [http://anidb.info/v15147]
  

Revision as of 07:16, 18 July 2006

What anime should I watch next?

AniDB provides two easy facilities for recommending anime to users:

Anime Hint

  • You need to have a mylist, and have voted for 30 or more anime before the last routine maintenance.
  • Suggestions are automated, based on a range of tweakable parameters.

The Anime Recommendations Database on Anime Planet

  • These are hand-created links between similar anime, with short explanations.
  • Not all AniDB entries have a corresponding AniRec entry.
  • To make recs yourself or add a new entry, see the Anime Planet forum.


There are are also other ways you might find something interesting:

Types of anime

If you want anime with a certain style or theme, browse AniDB by category.

General recommendations

Japanese animation awards:

Expert opinion

Fan averages:

Reading reviews

All anime in AniDB can have user-submitted reviews - after reading them feel free to use the review comments system to give feedback. For other websites with reviews, see the links under Recommended Links#Anime Reviews.

Asking people

If you must ask people on a forum or IRC for recommendations, it's impossible to give useful answers without knowing what kind of thing you like. First check your profile to make sure your mylist and votes are publicly visible. Then give a link to http://anidb.info/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=mylist&uid=<your_uid_here> - you can find your uid number in brackets after your nick in your myplace. This should give people a rough idea of the kind of thing you're after.