Best 10 Adventure TV Anime Of 1994 You Should Watch

They’re the best Anime that 1994 has to offer! We counts down the best anime to come out this year, including the likes of Dragon League, Blue Seed, Macross 7, and more!

10: Dragon League

English: Dragon League
Japanese: ドラゴンリーグ
MAL Score: 7.00
Type: TV
Episodes: 39

Synopsis

Tokio and his father Amon go to the soccer country of Elevenia where they see a parade of the strongest soccer team of that country, the Winners. Amon challenges the team captain Leon to a soccer battle and, when Amon loses, Leon turns him into a miniature dragon. Tokio sees the fight and decides to challenge against Leon so that Amon can become human again.

(Source: AnimeNFo)

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9: Blue Seed

English: Blue Seed
Japanese: ブルーシード
MAL Score: 7.02
Type: TV
Episodes: 26

Synopsis

Momiji is an average girl until the day she finds she is the descendant of the great Kushinada family. Only she, with her Kushinada blood, can stop the Aragami, demonic plant-like monsters threatening to destroy Japan. Along to help her is the TAC, and a possible love interest in a young man named Kusanagi.

(Source: ANN)

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8: Macross 7

Japanese: マクロス7
MAL Score: 7.13
Type: TV
Episodes: 49

Synopsis

35 years have passed since Lynn Minmay had brought peace between the Zentradi and the humans in the events of Macross. Nekki Basara is a guitarist and a singer of the band Fire Bomber. Living in a less-developed part of the flying colony City 7 which is looking for a habitable planet, he composes and sings songs in the belief that music holds a greater power.

During its flight, an unknown alien race appeared and started laying siege upon City 7. However, its attacks are not conventional — instead of trying to destroy them, they steal what is known as “spiritia”, rendering victims unresponsive and zombie-like. During these battles, Basara always goes out into the middle of the warzone, singing his songs and expecting friend and foe to listen and be moved by his music.

(Source: ANN)

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7: Yuusha Keisatsu J-Decker

Japanese: 勇者警察ジェイデッカー
MAL Score: 7.32
Type: TV
Episodes: 48

Synopsis

Grade schooler Yuuta Tomonaga stumbles upon Deckerd, a humanoid robot under construction by the Japanese police, built to fight advanced forms of crime. Yuuta’s constant contact with Deckerd gives the robot a “heart,” or personality; when Yuuta is recruited as the “boss” of the “Brave Police” as a result, a true human/robot partnership occurs.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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6: Nanatsu no Umi no Tico

English: Tico and Friends
Japanese: 七つの海のティコ
MAL Score: 7.38
Type: TV
Episodes: 39

Synopsis

Nanami Simpson is a young girl. Her mother dies when she is young, and she goes to live with her father, Scott Simpson, on board a marine research vessel, the Peperonchino. Her father is a marine biologist, and he is in search of a creature known as the glowing whale. When he finds the bones of one of these, he is saddened, and resolves to change his mission toward preserving and caring for the creatures. Nanami befriends an Orca which she names Tico, and she goes swimming with it every day. Eventually, she learns to breathe underwater which astounds her father. Nanami nearly drowns one day, and one of the glowing whales saves her from certain death and returns her to the vessel, where her father finally gets to see it.

(Source: ANN)

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5: Akazukin Chacha

English: Red Riding Hood Chacha
Japanese: 赤ずきんチャチャ
MAL Score: 7.39
Type: TV
Episodes: 74

Synopsis

Akazukin Chacha is the story of a young magical girl (Mahō Shōjo) named Chacha. Living with her guardian in a cottage on Mochi-mochi mountain is Seravi, who is her teacher and also the fictional world’s greatest magician. Chacha is clumsy in casting her spells because, throughout the anime, when she summons something, it often turns out to be something that she didn’t mean to cast, for example, spiders (kumo) instead of a cloud (also kumo). At times in the anime when she and her friends are in trouble, however, her spells do work. Living on the same mountain is a boy gifted with enormous strength named Riiya. It is described that Riiya came from a family of werewolves who can instantly change into a wolf whenever they want. Quite far from Mochi-mochi mountain lies Urizuri mountain. Dorothy, also a well known magician in her land, lives in a castle on Urizuri mountain. Living with her is Shiine, her student. Shiine is adept when it comes to casting spells. He is a young wizard and most of his knowledge about magic was taught to him by Dorothy.

The first 2 seasons were originally created by the anime team. Most of the stories in season 3 are based on the manga.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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4: Magic Knight Rayearth

English: Magic Knight Rayearth
Japanese: 魔法騎士(マジックナイト)レイアース
MAL Score: 7.46
Type: TV
Episodes: 20

Synopsis

Hikaru Shidou, Umi Ryuuzaki, and Fuu Hououji are strangers brought together by fate when they meet during a seemingly normal field trip to Tokyo Tower. Accompanied by a great flash of light, they hear a mysterious woman’s plea to save “Cephiro,” and the junior high heroines are suddenly swept away by a giant flying fish. Afterwards, they arrive in an unknown land, where they encounter a man called Master Mage Clef.

Clef informs the girls that they were summoned by Princess Emeraude to fulfill their destinies as Magic Knights, restoring peace and balance in Cephiro. The formerly lively and peaceful land has been in disarray ever since High Priest Zagato imprisoned the princess, who acted as Cephiro’s pillar of stability. The Magic Knights reluctantly accept Clef’s words as truth and embark on a journey to save Cephiro from the clutches of evil.

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3: Mobile Fighter G Gundam

English: Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Japanese: 機動武闘伝Gガンダム
MAL Score: 7.56
Type: TV
Episodes: 49

Synopsis

In the year Future Century 0060, the many countries that once comprised Earth’s surface exist as separate colonies floating in space. Their home planet now uninhabitable, the ruler of all of the colonies is decided by their unanimous participation in the intergalactic Gundam Fight Tournament—a series of battles between the champions of each colony to determine who is most fit to reign over them all.

Neo-Japan’s champion is Domon Kasshu, a man who accepts the role with some ulterior motives. Domon searches the galaxy for his brother, a criminal who allegedly murdered their mother and made off with the Devil Gundam, a highly advanced weapon with the power to unleash mass destruction across the galaxy. In his quest to bring his sibling to justice, Domon travels from colony to colony, meeting many of the fighters who will become his allies and enemies in the forthcoming Gundam Fight Tournament.

Armed with the strength of the Shining Gundam, Domon battles to uncover the truth behind his tortured childhood, suffering great betrayal and crushing blows on his quest toward personal and national triumph.

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2: Mahoujin Guruguru

English: Magical Circle Guru Guru
Japanese: 魔法陣グルグル
MAL Score: 7.62
Type: TV
Episodes: 45

Synopsis

There is a small village called Jimuna on the continent of Jamu Jamu. This village is home to a girl named Kukuri. She is the last descendant of the Migu Migu Tribe. She is raised by an old witch who teaches her the secret magic of the tribe, but Kukuri is not a good student.

In the same village lives a boy named Nike. He has been raised by very strict parents. They discipline their son to become a brave hero of the village. Nike himself does not want to be a hero at all, but he grows up to become a mighty boy.

One day the king of the village, Kodai, recruits troops to fight against the ruler of the darkness, Giri. Kukuri and Nike are accepted. The two children, the strong but reluctant hero Nike, and the eager but unskilled little witch Kukuri, set out on a wonderful journey full of adventures and friendship.

(Source: Nippon Animation)

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1: Ginga Sengoku Gunyuuden Rai

English: Galaxy Warring State Chronicle Rai
Japanese: 銀河戦国群雄伝ライ
MAL Score: 7.92
Type: TV
Episodes: 52

Synopsis

Rai is a space opera that fuses feudal Chinese and Japanese customs with vast galaxy spanning empires and space-going societies. The story follows the life and times of the samurai Rai, and the quest of several spacefaring factions for control of territory and, of course, the Empire.

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Did YOUR favorite anime make the cut? Let us know in the comments below!

1. Ginga Sengoku Gunyuuden Rai
2. Mahoujin Guruguru
3. Mobile Fighter G Gundam
4. Magic Knight Rayearth
5. Akazukin Chacha
6. Nanatsu no Umi no Tico
7. Yuusha Keisatsu J-Decker
8. Macross 7
9. Blue Seed
10. Dragon League

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