• (Kabaneri): https://www.pixiv.net/novel/show.php?
(Go look at the animelon list)
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♫ means there tends to be background noise, music etc. that makes it harder to hear the words.
ⓜ means the manga's easier to understand than the anime (but usually i haven't tried the manga).
— Flying Witch, (less so) Kobato: really useful for "everyday Japanese" in case you're going to actually live in Japan. "Pass me the frying pan" "Take the trash out" "Mind the gap between the train and the platform" etc.
— Psycho Pass: almost every sentence uses N1-N2 grammar points in VERY clear contexts, so if you're studying grammar try this series.
— JoJo: Uses tons of literary/formal/archaic-polite language (であろう、なかろう、おる), at least in the very beginning, so it's good for learning politeness.