Best Anime Openings and Endings to Make You Relax

Anime Openings

If you have the hobby of watching anime, chances are you have more than just a few anime openings spicing up your music playlists. Maybe even a full soundtrack album!  I have a few that I have and listen on repeat but these, in particular, are perfect for those of us who need something soft and relaxing.

What makes anime openings special is that whenever we listen to them, we get transported to a moment in the anime itself. We get to feel and experience the fictional world that we love again through its beats and melodies. These songs can invoke our feelings of love, adventure, passion, grief, and hope. These songs play with all our emotions and we love them for it!

So here’s a list of the best anime openings that I’ve had the pleasure of listening to.

Best Anime Openings

Angel Beats! OST | “Ichiban No Takaramono” | by kakuta

Of course, Angel Beats is first on this list. It’s gorgeous and the soundtrack is even better!


Tasogare Otome x Amnesia OST | “Requiem” | by Nao Hiiragi

Kotonoha no Niwa OST | “Rain” | by Motohiro Hata

5 Centimeters Per Second ED | “One more time, One more chance” | by Masayoshi Yamazaki

Fate/Stay Night ED1 | “Anata ga Ita Mori” | by Jyukai

Black Blood Brothers ED – “Shinkirou” by LOVEHOLIC

Romeo x Juliet OP | “Inori ~You Raise Me Up~” | by Lena Park

If you haven’t watched the Romeo and Juliet anime, I HIGHLY recommend it. It has a twist on it, similar to Snow White with the Red Hair, and is one of my favorites!

Zoku Natsume Yuujinchou ED | “Aishiteru” | by Kourin

Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo OST | “Kawara nai Mono” | by Oku Hanako

Dareka no Manazashi ED | “Sore de Ii yo” | by Kazusa

I do not own ANY material. All the soundtracks, visuals, property, and rights go to their respective owners.

As always!

Keep Smiling!


Spends her time watching anime and reading anything she can get her hands on. Also passionate about Disney, Harry Potter and helping those with depression and anxiety.

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