30 Best Lesbian Anime To Watch (Ultimate Yuri Anime List)

Lesbian Anime

Most people enjoy romance shipping in anime as it turns out to be more satisfying when the relationship comes out to be true. There have been a lot of anime like that which pertain to all communities. Today is an LGBTQ+ special, as we have the privilege to explore the Lesbian genre that will surely pertain to the taste of those who might be looking to get into it!

Also referred to by the community as Yuri, this genre depicts intimate relationships between females. Well, it’s not that this list is only for specific communities as true love between people surpasses all kinds of boundaries but the good ones that are worth watching can be hard to come by.

Yuri bait is also a popular trap that makes people watch through an entire Yuri anime to find out that there is no development of the romance that seemed super obvious.

All of the titles are Safe for work, with occasional Ecchi scenes. So if you are looking to experience a different kind of genre or simply, feed your inner degen, there is something for everyone to look out for!

Best Lesbian Anime (Yuri) To Watch:

If you are a frequent user of our website, you would know that no matter the genre, we always make sure to include a variety within the list. The following titles may represent Yuri at the core, but these include proper romance shows, action-packed series, or even psychological dramas.

What’s the wait then? Here are the top 30 best lesbian anime that you can enjoy:

30. Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid

Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid

We inaugurate the list with Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid, a Yuri anime with some focus on the sapphic side of things. The main purpose of this lesbian anime is to arouse the viewer by showing two beautiful girls making out. Does that suit your tastebuds? Welcome to the club.

But what is it about anyway? The 16-year-old Mamori Tokonome is fed up with being teased for her surname, which sounds similar to virgin (with some research, found out that the kanji used in her name is similar to “virgin” in kanji) but her life takes a wild turn when she is kidnapped and brought to an island inhabited by – Mermaids!

She also meets the eccentric castaway Mirei Shikishima who brings out Mamori’s true power through the medium of sexual arousal! Now this is some highly entertaining with BS action and more importantly, Yuri content for days! But let’s hold our horse, as we have a tall summit to climb.

29. Yuri is My Job!

Yuri is My Job

Let me introduce you to the beautifully comical and painstakingly chaotic Yuri is My Job! Why such contrasting words you may ask? Because watching this show might make you rethink that decision. It’s not your typical lesbian anime as it takes on mocking the tropes of your general yuri anime.

WataYuri, as lovingly referred to by the community, is a “Class S” yuri anime that focuses on girl relationships based on strong emotional bonds, rather than anything sexual, already making it a complete 180-degree from the previous entry. You might end up pulling your hair with the intricate wordplay and dialogue!

How well can one hide their true self, is what this Yuri anime tests. Shiraki Hime acts all obedient and adorable, but is that her true form or just a facade? Also, the manga is just an upgrade. The anime doesn’t really do the best job at adapting the feel as it is dialogue-heavy.

28. Kiniro Mosaic

Kiniro Mosaic

Kiniro Mosaic is a Yuri anime that doesn’t openly display any form of Yuri. It is in fact an adorable show between girls whose emotional bonds stand tall and wide in front of measly problems such as a language barrier. It all starts when Shinobu Oomiya has to go back to Japan after her brief stay in England.

After joining high school, she realizes that Alice Cartelet, her childhood best friend from England is coming to Japan and joining the very same high school! How exciting! But remember what I said? The Language Barrier still exists and this is the root of all fun.

As Shinobu and her friends suffer to understand any form of language spoken by her, their thoughts and actions never fail to resonate. If you are going in expecting any form of a sapphic relationship, this may not be your Yuri anime but there is a lot of Yuri subtext, qualifying it to be on the list!

27. Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl


Probably the most bizarre opening to a Lesbian anime, Kashimashi has an interesting premise. In the briefest description possible, a boy named Hazumu is killed by aliens and then brought back to life, in the form of a girl. Yes, I too said “What the-” after watching that part.

But then what happens next? Magic happens and this Yuri anime turns into a romantic and touching story. Hazumu’s childhood crush starts giving him(her) more attention and another classmate Yasuna finds Hazaumu’s company much better than any man.

The love triangle progresses naturally and turns the previously gender-bender-focused Yuri anime into something special. The supporting cast plays a decent role in providing comic relief and when it’s time to get serious, the show provides enough sense of urgency not to make it a completely casual ride. A surprisingly good lesbian anime, if you ask me!

26. Mai-HiME


Yuri lovers who are millennials might be aware of Mai-HiMe, as it was popular in the 2000s. For some reason, it was forgotten, but fear not! We are here to rekindle the flame as always, to remind as well as introduce this classic Yuri anime.

The plot revolves around Mai Tokiha, and her ability to summon mechanical monsters. Such people are known as HiMe (Highly Advanced Materializing Equipment) but hold on, are you here for the plot or romance among beautiful women?

Along with the tsundere Natsuki Kuga, and fellow HiMe Mikoto Minagi, Mai must fend off the evils of the world AND grow a relationship among the three! On top of that, all three have the most varying personalities which will make you question the motivation of the author but they are more compatible than you think.

The Sailor Moon-type setting with nonstop action also gives this show a bigger purpose, as the romance between the girls grows into something to care about. With some sexualization here and there, Mai-HiMe does a decent job of portraying Yuri.

25. Lycoris Recoil

Lycoris Recoil

One of the more recent shows, Lycoris Recoil was loved by the anime community but did anyone expect it to be on the Lesbian anime list? Probably not, as we cannot ignore the obvious Yuri subtext that the show presents. The assassin duo of Takina and Chisato have more to offer than just action.

A part of the Lycoris program, they are orphaned girls who are trained to become assassins in order to deal with the increasing terrorist attacks in Japan. On one hand where Takina takes her job more seriously than anyone, Chisato on the other doesn’t like killing anyone. Two sides of the same coin.

And that is also why their implied relationship works. Two characters having opposite thoughts and motivations may seem like the most common trope out there, but hey it works every time! But yes, do not go expecting it to be a fully-fledged lesbian anime, as this show lies more in the action genre and occasional slice of life.

24. Birdie Wing: Golf Girls’ Story

Birdie Wing: Golf Girls' Story

Written by Yosuke Kuroda, Birdie Wing: Gold Girl’s Story is the next Yuri anime on this list which again, focuses on heavy subtext rather than outright presentation of said theme. Set in the fictional city of Nafrece, a trope for many Kuroda san’s works, it is a story about Golf!

Evangeline never knew defeat, as the “Rainbow Bullet” used her exceptional skill to defeat everyone in Golf and enjoy the money she won by betting. It all changed the day when she was defeated by the “Innocent Tyrant” Aoi, a foreigner who came to Nafrece to participate in a golf tournament.

After the match, they are both intrigued by each other and vow to compete again. This turns into a beautiful relationship. In fact, some romantic scenes imply a lot more than just friendship but it would be worth keeping your expectations low as the main focus is on nothing but Golf!

There is a second season as well and things can result in a mixed reaction but we will leave it to the ones who want more of the beautiful Birdie Wing.

23. Simoun


Welcome to the world of Simulacram, where we have mechas flying all over the warzone, a fantastical setting that will grab your attention, and last but not least, some good old lesbian action. Simoun is a Yuri anime from the last decade, and the unique setting is surprisingly well executed.

Everyone here is born as a female and at the age of 17, they have the option to permanently choose their sex by undergoing a ritual. But that is not all, as to pilot a Simoun, only pairs of maidens who haven’t undergone the said ritual can, making it a decision that can postponed by a select few ready to defend Simulacram.

What a strange setting, you may ask. Although the show has also been praised a lot for its score and story, there is a lot more to talk about.

In fact, in order to activate a Simoun, the authorized pairs must kiss each other on the lips! Despite this random trivia, the Yuri anime doesn’t rely on Yuri to run the show, despite the heavy focus on love scenes. Just look at some of the character designs, and imagine the moment when they activate a Simoun!!

22. Kannazuki no Miko

Kannazuki no Miko

Kannazuki no Miko on paper is a very influential Yuri anime, as it draws a lot upon LGBTQ themes, as well as Japanese history. Well according to Myanimelist reviews and general reception of the show, it failed to live up to its expectations. Nonetheless, it does qualify for this list of best Lesbian anime.

Himeko and Chikane have opposite personalities but that doesn’t stop them from loving each other. Their deep love lets no one come between them. But with every story, there is a turning point, and it occurs when they discover their Lunar and Solar powers.

Their pure and innocent love and the portrayal of Japanese folklore in this Yuri anime is without a doubt superb but the bland animation and below-average antagonists can bring it down, even with the super-fast mecha action. That being said, I would again like to stress that if you are in for the Yuri, then it’s worth the watch! It really focuses on the LGBTQ theme seriously.

21. Flip Flappers

Flip Flappers

Flip Flappers came out at a time (in 2016) when the Yuri anime department was lacking some good shows. Not only did it play its part in representing the genre that year, but it turned out to be a fantastic Lesbian anime. With its beautiful art style and sound design, let’s learn a bit more.

Flip Flapper talks about Cocona, who spends her day trying to come up with a choice when presented with multiple. One fine day, a mysterious girl named Papika invites her to join an organization that deals with life-threatening missions. Without going any further into the plot, let’s just say that they have to learn to understand each others’ feelings in order to win against fate.

The art style portrayed is similar to the surreal style as it plays deeply into understanding their emotions. Yuri lovers will enjoy this show a lot since Cocona and Papika have a lot of sparks from the beginning, and by the conclusion, their love for one another is practically one of the main themes of the entire Yuri anime. Just don’t expect anything Sapphic, you perv!!

20. Konohana Kitan

Konohana Kitan

Are you into Furry as well apart from Yuri? Well, Konohana Kitan might be the anime for you. This Lesbian anime is a must-watch if you are looking for a relaxing show, where the fluffy girls of Konohanatei kill you with their overloaded cuteness. The only reaction you will have after watching this is “uwu”.

Konohanatei is a hot spring inn that is run by Fox girls of different personalities altogether. When Yuzu joins the squad, her eagerness to learn and her cute mistakes bring life to the inn and attract more customers. As the story passes, she learns to love her job and form meaningful relationships.

I guess that was not the image that came to your mind when I mentioned “furry lesbian anime” but you gotta deal with it! Again, there is no heavy focus on Yuri themes. It’s a slice-of-life anime first, but like we always do, we believe in variety within variety.

19. Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne

Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne

Were you getting tired of the constant “don’t expect too much”? Well, we have got a dark one in our hands that covers a lot of adult themes, to say the least. We are switching up gears with Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne, which is the complete opposite of a fluffy Yuri anime.

This six-episode rollercoaster is set on the detective duo of Rin Asogi and Mimi, who clearly have a relationship more than just colleagues. On top of that, Rin is immortal due to a time spore placed inside of her, which lets her regenerate herself. Despite their daring lives, saving someone like Kouki Maeno might have been a big mistake.

This Yuri anime is sapphic. Highly sapphic. It has lots of sex, violence, a fantastic villain, etc. along with a fantasy storyline that gets quite interesting in a short time. If you are looking for a quickie, this is the Lesbian anime you are looking for.

18. Sakura Trick

Sakura Trick

Sakura Trick is one of the first Yuri anime that comes to mind when you think of this genre. It’s a cult classic, to say the least, but unfortunately, we will have to come back to a much more milder environment, from the dark and gruesome previous entry.

Haruka and Yuu have been best friends since childhood and without a surprise, they decide to go to the same high school together but God has other plans as they end up sitting in the extreme opposites of each other during class! And to rub salts onto the wound, Yuu’s ability to attract people towards her has Haruka burning with jealousy.

Yuu is not at all alien to her feelings and ends up elevating their relationship from a normal one to a more romantic one. With an abundance of kissing scenes, If you looking for a slice-of-life Yuri anime with high-school girls developing romantic feelings for each other, this lesbian anime right here is what you need, my dear viewer!

17. Happy Sugar Life

Happy Sugar Life

Now before you look at the picture above and say “Oh hey, another cute Slice of Life Yuri anime!”, let’s remember the age-old saying “Don’t judge a book by its cover”. Although the central theme of Happy Sugar Life is Yuri, it plays as a psychological horror show, where the main character Satou is ready to do anything to protect Shio.

Satou is a young beautiful girl who has her way with men but she discovers her true love when she meets Shio, a child who was lost. She then starts living with Satou, who decides to do everything in her power to protect Shio at all costs. But from whom? I’ll leave that part to you.

This show takes a dramatic turn as you fly past the episodes as something like death becomes a very common trope. There are instances of toxic romance, cheating, and whatnot.

We would highly suggest someone looking to watch this Yuri anime be wary of this fact, as many viewers have reported trauma and PTSD just by watching this. But if all of this sounds like your cup of tea, go for it! Do let us know what you think of it.

16. Maria†Holic


Okay so now this list is becoming a rollercoaster ride for sure, as the next Yuri anime on the list takes us back to the wholesome and “family-friendly” genre. Maria†Holic tells the tale of Kanako Miyamae, who longs to find the perfect partner for herself, after being inspired by her parents’ love story.

Now what’s the reason that she decided to take the Yuri route? It’s just that she’s allergic to men! Her nose begins to bleed ceaselessly (The Sanji Effect). When she meets the beautiful Mariya Shidou, she begins to think that she has met her sole mate but she is completely unaware of the big secret that Mariya’s hiding.

Do you want a hint? Well apparently, Kanako nosebleeds even at Mariya’s presence. What could that mean? Hmm. Well anyway, this Yuri anime will make you laugh till the last episode and you have another season to binge after that if you like it! Will Kanako’s hopeless dream of finding her dream girl come true? You will have to watch it to know that!

15. Strawberry Panic

Strawberry Panic

On the topic of high school drama, Strawberry Panic is yet another brilliant Yuri anime to look out for. This one goes deep into character depth and development, due to the great cast. The story starts with Nagisa Aoi encountering an étoile, whose aura left her speechless.

Upon waking up, she learns that the étoile (which means star) is an exceptional student named Shizuma who is known throughout the school for her beauty and elegance. Nagisa is eager to meet this person again, but she doesn’t know about the other surprise waiting for her – that Shizuma herself is interested in Nagisa!

A strange turn of events leads to one thing and another, and this Yuri anime turns into something much deeper than expected. Another show that is filled with romance and kissing scenes among the students, there is little to complain about for this show. The animation might seem outdated but a true fan never questions the outer appearance!

14. Princess Principal

Princess Principal

A similar setting to Lycoris Recoil, Princess Principal tells the tales of girls who are trained to become spies for the Kingdom of London. But it’s not Slice of Life, as this Lesbian anime is an action-packed masterclass with background romance. Studio 3Hz (also the studio behind Flip Flappers) did a great job animating this show.

Each of the girls has a skill set that complements each other and plays an important role in completing their mission, which takes top priority. In the war-torn city of London, these girls survive and face the dangers that come with war on their own.

Using their student status as cover makes it easier to do their job swiftly and honestly, who’s going to judge cute girls going to school at all? This is a really enjoyable show to watch for sure but you won’t find straight-up kissing or anything like that. Their character background and motivations are enough to keep you glued to the screen!

13. Yuri Kuma Arashi

Yuri Kuma Arashi

The setting of Yuri Kuma Arashi needs to be a whole other article for itself, as it is without a doubt bizarre, to say the least. It is a world where humanoid bears eat man, making them sworn enemies. After a wall is built that divides the two civilizations on each side, temporary peace is obtained.

Well lo and behold, the Colossal Titahem wrong anime, I mean two bears somehow cross the wall and enter the human society. Kureha and Sumika are two lovers who have imagined the brightest future together possible but all of that changes when they encounter the two bears Lulu and Ginko.

Honestly, this Yuri anime is tough to explain in words and because of that, it is deemed to be underrated but a lot of the story is a metaphor for LGBTQ+ and how it is not accepted in Japan. Without a doubt, it leaves a strong aftertaste due to its message and the ending is not exactly happy.

12. Citrus


Lemons? Oranges? Why is the name of this Yuri anime Citrus? This is because of Yuzu Aihara, the main character whose first name translates to a citrus fruit in Japanese. Not only that, but Yuzu’s personality is very similar to a citrus fruit: sour. But that is just the tip of the iceberg.

Citrus focuses heavily on nonconsensual acts and incest. Yuzu is an outgoing student and changing schools is another opportunity for her to make new friends and explore her teenage life. It all changes after realizing that the strict yet elegant student council president Mei is none other than her new step-sister!

Despite the cold start to the relationship between the stepsisters, Mei takes this as an opportunity to get close to her, albeit in a very strange way – by pinning her down and forcing a kiss. The word “consent” doesn’t exist in Mei’s dictionary and Yuzu is left trying to figure out her true intentions.

It’s quite understandable that it makes this Yuri anime offputting to some, but it has gained a huge following over the years, so there is a charm to it for sure. Some even believe that it’s misunderstood.

11. Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury

Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury

Anything from the Gundam franchise must be the last thing you were expecting to see on this list but let nothing in life catch you off guard, as The Witch from Mercury does portray girls in a romantic relationship. We are avoiding the term Yuri to describe it as deep down it will always remain a mecha-focused action anime. But that being said, it is not bait either.

Now talking about the entire Gundam universe is a challenging task for sure, all we can say is that it has accumulated a massive fan following over the years and is known for its mecha combat. In this installation, Suletta Mercury and Miorine Rembran are the girls in action.

As mentioned earlier, there is no bait as their development is certainly fruitful by the end of the series. More details about that can be found here but overall, it is a great anime to watch if you are looking for thrilling action and some beautiful Lesbian relationships.

10. Yuru Yuri♪♪

Yuru Yuri

Alright, folks. Time to go uwu again as Yuru Yuri♪♪ has no shortage of comedy and more importantly, cute girls. It’s a humorous and lighthearted slice-of-life with lots of moe. Don’t know what moe means? No no, it’s not moye moye, despite the same pronunciation!

Moe is generally used when characters from a show evoke strong emotions, and after watching this Yuri anime, you will understand exactly what it means. The girls of Yuru Yuri run the amusement club, where the sole purpose of the club is to keep each other entertained.

Always on the lookout to find new ways to have fun, the “yuriness” in this show does not portray any form of romantic development or sapphic themes. It is purely intended to be humorous and charming. It is one of the best shows to start with if you are looking to get into this genre!

Also, if you enjoy this Yuri anime, you are sure to love Ms. Vampire who lives in my neighborhood, another remarkable show of a similar type!

9. Revolutionary Girl Utena

Revolutionary Girl Utena

Believe it or not, Revolutionary Girl Utena is definitely a lesbian anime, that focuses on action, similar to Witch from Mercury. Released back in the 90s, it features a vintage art style so it will pertain to fans of classics. But what about the Yuri? It does focus a lot on the Lesbian relationship of the two main characters.

Utena Tenjou is a teenage girl with a strong sense of justice, who enrolls in the prestigious Ohtori Academy. There, she becomes entangled in a series of duels with other students who possess Rose Seals. The victor of these duels is granted the power to revolutionize the world.

They all fight for the ownership of the mysterious Anthy Himemiya, whom Utena swears to protect at all costs. During the time of its release, the concept of homosexuality was much less explored in the form of media, making it a bold depiction of the topic. The focus on Yuri is heavy, as the adolescent minds of the characters are to be taken into consideration.

Regardless of that, it does stand up for its balance of action and Yuri, hence occupying a high rank on this list of best lesbian anime.

8. The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady

The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady

We haven’t come across any anime with an Isekai setting in this genre; so here it is, The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady. We have been seeing a lot of long titles over the past few years. Maybe they are long because you develop a longing for the show?

Anisphia is reincarnated into the kingdom of Palettia as the first princess. She remembered her previous life and knowledge of technology, which enabled her to become an inventor. But then, she goes on to develop a relationship with her brother’s… fiancee?

It is a story where a completely unexpected relationship develops into something beautiful. Euphillia tries her best to be ladylike, unlike Anisphia’s tomboyish nature! She also turns out to be Anisphia’s best way to learn magic, making their relationship a very meaningful one.

With healthy representations of Yuri themes (sometimes spicy), this Yuri anime is a fantastic watch, with a great balance between Isekai and Yuri.

7. Whispered Words

Whispered Words

Been a while since we entered the top ten, and who says that the best ones can’t be simple? Whispered Words is one of the most relatable Yuri anime on the list, and it is of the slow burn style – where the romance gradually develops throughout the story!

Sumika is considered to be the ideal student by many, for being excellent in both academics and sports, but in reality, she is desperate for just one thing – her deep love for her best friend Ushio. This unrequited love leaves her longing for her more and more.

On the other hand, Ushio is someone who too identifies herself as lesbian but she is only into “cute” girls. Somehow, Sumika doesn’t fall into that category. As I said, a very simple yet relatable plot. Kissing scenes are a thing in this show but the anime adaption is nothing compared to the manga, otherwise it would’ve ranked much higher. Read the manga after watching the anime. That’s an order.

6. Oniisama e…

Oniisama e...

Oniisama e… is a classic in the Yuri genre and is very influential for its time. It is a melodramata that features teenage problems such as bullying, jealousy, and mixed feelings. This Yuri anime goes hardcore with the said themes and deserves a high spot because of its influence. Let’s understand why.

The phrase “Oniisama e” refers to “Dear Brother”, the very same words Nanako uses at the start of her letters addressed to her former tutor, whom she affectionately calls brother. She describes her experiences in the reputed all-girls Seiran Academy.

As she faces growing troubles in the academy due to a lack of social status, she is a constant victim of harsh rumors, behavior, and threats, even after she is chosen by the Sorority. But remember, it is still an all-girls school. The heavy Yuri subtext makes this an excellent choice for people looking for the same.

But don’t get your hopes up (a fair warning)!

The thing is the girls in this Yuri anime can go insane to bring each other down, even resorting to extremities. This is a story about mentally unstable students, but it is worth watching going into this genre.

5. Maria Watches Over Us

Maria Watches Over Us

Speaking of classics and their influence over a genre, I think it’s safe to say that Maria Watches Over Us is the Yuri anime that deserves the crown. Not only has it gained a massive fan following, but many other Yuri anime have been inspired by it and taken inspiration from it. What makes it so special?

In the prestigious convent school of Lillian Academy, girls from the higher grades are given a “souer” or a sister from the group of first years, and they are to be together at all times. To Yumi’s surprise, the timid girl got an offer to be the elder sister of Sachiko, the school’s most popular girl!

Not at all ready to be the school’s spotlight, it seems like a nightmare for Yumi! And the fact that Sachiko was the one to approach her sheds light on the budding relationship. The four seasons present incredible development of the characters. The Yuri lies in the subtext obviously, but the dynamics of an overprotective person and a harsh and tomboyish person started with this anime, marking it as the OG.

4. Aoi Hana

Aoi Hana

We can never get enough of school-life romance as it is one of the purest forms of love, where the innocence of characters drives the story. Yes, we have covered a lot of those in this expansive list but Aoi Hana takes a higher spot compared to each of them due to its mature take on the Yuri anime genre.

It talks about the soft-spoken Fumi and upfront Akira (a very common trope) and how their relationship changes as they grow up. As they enter high school and start experiencing emotions more than friends, they try to re-ignite the relationship of their past even when other people start to come into their lives.

The best part about this Yuri anime is its reliance on realistic themes rather than extreme fetishization or sensationalism. It is also known to be a faithful adaptation of the manga, keeping important details. Taking into account the struggles of the characters and their interactions, Aoi Hana is one of the most accessible Yuri anime out there.

3. Adachi to Shimamura

Adachi to Shimamura

Released in 2020, Adachi to Shimamura was there to lessen the load of that accursed year for those who watch lesbian anime. We aren’t finished with high school girls’ love yet, so get ready for another light-hearted Slice of Life Yuri anime!

Adachi and Shimamura’s chance meeting seemed like fate’s decision, as they never expected to get so close to each other. But based on how adolescent minds work, they find themselves confused when feelings greater than friendship are being aroused. It is up to them to realize whether taking the next step will lead to them getting closer or drifting away further.

Another relatable plot right? This Yuri anime presents a simple story, crafted without shenanigans that spice things up. There are some scenes with lore-accurate camera angles (if you know, you know) and the story presents a similar trope of polar opposite personalities, but the simplicity of the plot makes it one of the more beautiful stories of modern-day Yuri.

2. Bloom Into You

Bloom Into You

Just like how one can never forget high school memories, this list of Yuri anime will never let go of this genre! But there is a difference: unlike the ones before, these are the best of them all, and Bloom Into You is here to challenge everyone with its unique approach.

Yuu loves romantic shoujo manga and wishes to experience a similar feeling one day, but she’s left unexpectedly baffled when she receives a confession, as she never knew the feeling of romance in the real world. The confusion leads her to witness Touko, whose mature rejection of a confession leaves Yuu with a sense of wonder.

As she tries to learn from her to respond to her suitor, Yuu is left in shambles when she realizes that the council president herself is interested in her! With a basic twist in the mundane high school genre, this Yuri anime sets itself apart from the others. But this is the important part here – to read the manga. It has even more details and scenes and is highly loved by Yuri fans.

1. Kase-san and Morning Glories

Kase-san and Morning Glories

Finally, the number one spot. They say that the number one spot belongs to the best of them all, and although it is difficult to define the best Yuri anime for sure, Kase-san and Morning Glories is a show that qualifies to stand at the top, the most.

A heartwarming tale between the plant-loving and shy Yui, and the tomboyish Tomoka. Tomoka has prior experience, but Yui is completely new to the concept of love. Opposite charges attract each other if you don’t know already, and they start dating. Despite their differences, they strive to be there for each other and support each other through hardships.

What gives it the number one spot, despite the very similar setting? Well, it portrays the best depiction of Yuri and the most heartwarming tales of love. You will experience a lot of beautiful moments and a rollercoaster ride of emotions. With accurate music and a beautiful art style, this anime provides the most vanilla form of girls love, making it the best lesbian anime without a doubt.

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