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20 Best Fanservice Anime on Netflix, Crunchyroll, Funimation & Hulu (2023)

Fanservice has always been a part of anime, coming in various forms. While the term can include non-explicit nudity to predictable battle outcomes, nowadays the term is usually used to describe the former. It’s quite popular among anime enthusiasts, gaining a segment of fans devoted to the anime containing fanservice. That is why we bring you 20 best fanservice anime on Netflix, Crunchyroll, Funimation and Hulu

20 Best Fanservice Anime on Netflix, Crunchyroll, Funimation & Hulu

Best Fanservice Anime on Netflix

5) Kakegurui


Japanese NameKakegurui
MAL Rating7.25
Number of Episodes24 (2 seasons)
GenreDrama, Mystery, Psychological
Aired2017 – 2019

Kakegurui tells the story of Hyakkao Private Academy where the students are taught high-stake gambling. The protagonist, Yumeko Jabami, is a new transfer student with an obsessive passion for gambling and its thrill.

Kakegurui provides enough weird scenes for fans to squirm in their seats along with plenty of fanservice by its majority female cast to go along with it.

4) Chivalry of a Failed Knight

Chivalry of a Failed Knight

Japanese NameRakudai Kishi no Cavalry
MAL Rating7.45
Number of Episodes12
GenreAction, Fantasy, Romance, Ecchi
Studio(s)SILVER LINK., Nexus

Ikki Kurogane is one of the Blazars i.e., has the ability to transform his soul into a weapon, but a low-level one. He’s a student of the elite Hagun Academy, the best student of which is Stella Vermillion.

When Ikki happens upon a naked Stella, she challenges him to a duel, with the stake that whoever loses becomes the slave of the winner.

It’s very clear from the synopsis itself that Chivalry of a Failed Knight has no shortage of fanservice.

3) Fairy Tail

Fairy Tail

Japanese NameFairy Tail
MAL Rating7.66
Number of Episodes328 (3 seasons)
GenreAction, Adventure, Fantasy, Ecchi
Studio(s)Satelight, A-1 Pictures
Aired2009 – 2019

One of the most popular shounen anime since its debut, Fairy Tail starts with Lucy Heartfilia, a mage from a rich family who wants to join the famous mage guild, Fairy Tail. When she meets Natsu and Happy, her dream of joining the guild comes true along with many adventures.

Fairy Tail has plenty of amazing characters and exciting fight scenes. It also has a heavy dose of fanservice mixed into it.

2) Seven Deadly Sins

Seven Deadly Sins

Japanese NameNanatsu no Taizai
MAL Rating7.68
Number of Episodes96 (4 seasons)
GenreAction, Adventure, Fantasy, Romance, Ecchi
Studio(s)A-1 Pictures (Season 1 – 2)

Studio Deen (Season 3 – 4)

Aired2014 – 2021

Seven Deadly Sins is a group of seven powerful people who are believed to be criminals. When her kingdom is in risk, princess Elizabeth Liones sets out to find the fabled Seven Deadly Sins who can save her kingdom and its people. As she finds them, she realizes her fate has a play in this.

Along with the skimpy clothes of the female characters and the ripped shirts and abs of the male characters, Seven Deadly Sins also has its protagonist, Meliodas, who’ll never miss a chance to peek under Elizabeth’s skirt.

1) No Game No Life

No Game No Life

Japanese NameNo Game No Life
MAL Rating8.09
Number of Episodes12 + 1 movie
GenreFantasy, Comedy, Isekai, Ecchi
Aired2014 – 2017

An isekai anime with jaw-dropping visuals and color palette, No Game No Life is about a pair of step-siblings, Sora and Shiro. They are famous online gamers known as “Blank”.

When they get a mysterious message from a stranger, they are transported to a world where everything is decided by the outcome of games.

Along with the bright colors, No Game No Life also has plenty of fanservice for its target audience.

Best Fanservice Anime on Crunchyroll

5) The Testament of Sister New Devil

The Testament of Sister New Devil

Japanese NameShinmai Maou no Testament
MAL Rating6.72
Number of Episodes22
Genre Action, Fantasy, Romance, Ecchi, Harem
Studio(s)Production IMS

The Testament of Sister New Devil plays with quite a number of tropes all at once: the imouto trope, the harem, the demon-human relationship and a lot of ecchi. The story is about Basara whose new adoptive sisters, Mio and Maria are actually demons. 

The show has every type of demon: from demon lords to succubus. It’s a guilty pleasure for lots of fans.

4) Unbreakable Machine-Doll

Unbreakable Machine-Doll

Japanese NameMachine-Doll wa Kizutsukanai
MAL Rating7.06
Number of Episodes12
GenreAction, Fantasy, Ecchi

Unbreakable Machine-Doll brings almost nothing new to its genre but it has its enjoyable moments thanks to the fanservice. It’s a pretty straightforward story about Raishin Akabane who has an automaton partner called Yaya.

To enroll in a prestigious academy, he has to defeat hundred automaton-owning challengers. There’s also the tragedy of his family’s slaughter that he wants to avenge.

3) Trinity Seven

Trinity Seven

Japanese NameTrinity Seven
MAL Rating7.07
Number of Episodes12
GenreAction, Comedy, Fantasy, Romance, Ecchi, Harem
Studio(s)Seven Arcs Pictures

Trinity Seven shows Arata Kurata using a magical grimoire given by his friend to reconstruct his destroyed hometown. But the use of the grimoire brings a girl at her door who demands the magical object back.

Arata instead chooses to enroll in the magic-school Biblia Academy where he is taught magic by seven girls, collectively called the Trinity Seven

With seven female main characters, it’s no wonder that Trinity Seven has some heavy fanservice.

2) Heaven’s Lost Property

Heaven’s Lost Property

Japanese NameSora no Otoshimono
MAL Rating7.27
Number of Episodes25 (2 seasons) + 2 movies
GenreComedy, Romance, Sci-Fi, Supernatural, Ecchi, Harem
Studio(s)AIC ASTA
Aired2009 – 2014

Heaven’s Lost Property uses a concept containing both sci-fi and fantasy. It features angels, but instead of the holy kind, the angels in the show are humanoid extraterrestrial species that have arrived on Earth.

The main angel in question is a young woman with snowy white feathery wings and a skimpy outfit, providing enough fanservice to both enjoy and cringe at.

1) Food Wars!

Food Wars

Japanese NameShokugeki no Souma
MAL Rating8.16
Number of Episodes(5 seasons)
GenreGourmet, Ecchi
Aired2015 – 2020

Food Wars! has one of the most unique settings for a shounen series. Instead of superpowers and episodes-long battles, this series has all its fights occurring in the kitchen.

A gourmet show with so much eroticism that it’ll make anyone blush. It’s impossible not to get uncomfortable with at least one scene from this anime.

Best Fanservice Anime on Funimation

5) Sekirei


Japanese NameSekirei
MAL Rating7.05
Number of Episodes25 (2 seasons)
GenreComedy, Romance, Harem, Ecchi
Studio(s)Seven Arcs
Aired2008 – 2010

Sekirei is a harem anime with not the best of plots. The story of this series is a little convoluted without proper substance. It’s about Minato Sahashi failing to pass his college entrance exams.

When suddenly a girl falls out of the sky and kisses him, he’s thrust into the world of Sekirei. Typical to anime such as this, the women in Sekirei are absurdly curvaceous and used for fanservice. 

4) Haganai: I Don’t Have Many Friends

Haganai: I Don’t Have Many Friends

Japanese NameBoku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai
MAL Rating7.17
Number of Episodes24 (2 seasons)
GenreComedy, Romance, Harem, Ecchi
Studio(s)AIC Build
Aired2011 – 2013

Another harem show that is one of the best fanservice anime on Funimation. Haganai follows Kodaka Hasegawa, an introvert with no friends. When he meets fellow loner, Yozora Mikazuki talking to herself in an empty class, he befriends her.

The duo then starts a club for their fellow loners at school, calling it Neighbor’s Club. The story then follows friendship being formed and feelings starting to develop along with some fanservice.

3) Combatants Will Be Dispatched!

Combatants Will Be Dispatched!

Japanese NameSentouin, Hakenshimasu!
MAL Rating7.17
Number of Episodes12
Genre Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Isekai, Ecchi

The harem genre always provided some of the most fanservice-containing anime. Combatants Will Be Dispatched is one of them.

The show is a typical fantasy isekai anime with crude jokes and glaring fanservice. It’s a proper guilty pleasure material.

2) Sankarea: Undying Love

Sankarea: Undying Love

Anime NameSankarea
MAL Ratings7.29
Number of Episodes 12
Genre(s)Comedy, Horror, Romance, Supernatural, Ecchi
StudioStudio Deen

Sankarea: Undying Love does a great job at combining horror with comedy, romance and ecchi. It is a love story between two people, one human and the other a zombie. It contains some heavy fanservice, from bath scenes to close-ups but also has its sweet moments.

1) Nisemonogatari


Japanese NameNisemonogatari
MAL Rating8.14
Number of Episodes11
Genre Comedy, Mystery, Supernatural, Ecchi

The Monogatari series might just have the most polarizing opinions among anime enthusiasts. The designing, camera angles and direction of the series have been both criticized and celebrated. Nisemonogatari is the second arc of the first season, revolving around Shinobu Oshino.

While the Monogatari series has some strange shots, it’s Nisemonogatari that contains conventional fanservice elements like bath scenes, non-explicit nudity, etc.

Best Fanservice Anime on Hulu

5) Highschool of the Dead

Highschool of the Dead

Anime NameHighschool of the Dead
MAL Ratings7.08
Number of Episodes 12
Genre(s)Action, Horror, Supernatural, Ecchi

The second zombie anime on this list of best fanservice anime, Highschool of the Dead shows the world succumbing to a zombie outbreak as a group of high school students teaming up to stay alive.

The show has some cool zombie moments but is notorious for its use of fanservice. But it is undoubtedly one of the best fanservice anime on streaming platforms.

4) High School DxD

High School DxD

Japanese NameHighschool DxD
MAL Rating7.34
Number of Episodes48 (4 seasons)
GenreComedy, Romance, Ecchi, Harem
Aired2012 – 2018

There’s very few anime fans who haven’t heard of High School DxD. Featuring some of the sexiest female characters in anime, the show follows Issei Hyoudou as he finds himself gaining a harem with many beautiful girls, ranging from the sexy Rias Gremory to the innocent Asia Argento.

The show uses a heavy dose of fanservice, prompted by its perverted protagonist and the extremely body-positive ladies surrounding him. Even some of the major plot points of the show are connected to some sexual aspects.

3) Danmachi: Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?


Japanese NameDungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka
MAL Rating7.55
Number of Episodes59+ (4 seasons)
Genre Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Ecchi
Aired2015 – present

Among the fantasy genre, Danmachi has gained quite the fan-following over the years since its release. It follows Bell Crania, an adventurer dreaming of becoming the greatest adventurer in the world.

Joining him is a goddess named Hestia. The duo then embark upon a journey in the infamous “Dungeon” in a search of adventure.

Though a famous anime, Danmachi is said to have numerous clichés for its genre, along with too much fanservice.

2) Prison School

Prison School

Japanese NamePrison School
MAL Rating7.61
Number of Episodes12
GenreComedy, Ecchi

Not only is Prison School one of the wackiest anime out there but also one of the funniest. It is centered in a prestigious high school, Hachimitsu Private Academy that used to be an all-girls school but became co-ed for the first time. As a result, only four boys enrolled in the new co-ed facility.

Surrounded by beauty everywhere, the boys succumb to temptation and try to peek at the women’s bath, but get caught. As a punishment, they are thrown in the Prison School, under the sadistic ladies of the Underground Student Council.

The show contains some of the most explicit and somewhat weird fanservice in all of anime.

1) Kill la Kill

Kill la Kill

Japanese NameKill la Kill
MAL Rating8.04
Number of Episodes24
GenreAction, Comedy, Ecchi

Unlike the other anime on this list, Kill la Kill is different in only style but the way it uses its fanservice elements as a plot. The show has a straight enough story: a revenge angle mixed with the typical high school environment of anime. But its uniqueness comes from its designs and the pacing and intensity of each episode. 

And that was the list of 20 best fanservice anime on Netflix, Crunchyroll, Funimation and Hulu. Enjoy these steamy anime on the streaming platforms as you wait for our next post on Otaku’s Note. We’ll be back soon.

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