Article: Top 10 Anime With The Most Beautiful Openings

From catchy tunes to emotional melodies anime opening theme songs are an integral part of the anime-watching experience. In this article, we will explore 10 anime opening theme songs that are still in the heart of fans.

1. Guren No Yumiya - Attack n Titan

Guren no Yumiya by the Japanese band Linked Horizon, is a renowned opening for the anime adaptation of Attack on Titan. Guren no Yumiya is the opening of the first 13 episodes of Attack on Titan season 1. It is one of the best openings in anime. It captures emotions one would expect from anime featuring giant titans devouring people.

2. The WORLD- Death Note

The World by the Nighmares band is the opening theme song of Death Note for the first 19 episodes. The World expresses the world of evil. It refers to the new world Yagami Light wants to create. The song switches to Light's mental process and how he wonders why others believe he is doing wrong.

3. Unravel- Tokyo Ghoul

Unravel by TK, vocalist, and guitarist of the band Ling Tosite Sigure, is the opening theme of the anime Tokyo Ghoul for 2 to 11 episodes and the ending theme of episodes 1 to 12. The lyrics of the song are quite emotional, addressing Tokyo Ghoul's topic of alienation. The song has beautiful visuals.

4. Battlecry - Samurai Champloo

Battlecry by Nujabes and Shing02 is featured as the opening theme of Samurai Champloo. Battlecry illustrates this cultural fusion wonderfully, presenting outstanding music alongside vivid visuals.

5. A Cruel Angel's Thesis- Neon Genesis Evangelion

A Cruel Angel's Thesis performed by Yoko Takahashi is the opening theme of Neon Genesis Evangelion. This opening theme shows a life that was destined to be so much greater. The artwork demonstrates to viewers that even a life filled with heartbreak and painful memories may be taken to new heights.

6. Tank! - Cowboy Bebop

Tank! is performed by the Japanese band Seatbelts and composed by Yoko Kanno. The show Cowboy Bebop begins with the theme song Tank! Tank! is a beautiful piece with catchy jazz and blues. It is an opening theme for all 25 episodes of Cowboy Bebop.

7. Colors - Code Geass

Colors by Folw is an opening theme of Code Geass season 1's first 12 episodes. FLOW is also renowned for opening themes in Naruto, The Seven Deadly Sins, and Durarara. The opening scene features all of the series' timeless visuals, paired with a track that stays with you long after you've finished the series.

8. Cha-La Head-Cha-La - Dragon Ball Z

Cha-La Head-Cha-La is the opening theme of Dragon Ball Z and also for other Dragon Ball films. This song by Hironobu Kageyama was one of the most popular anime songs in the 90s.

9. Kick back - Chainsaw Man

Kickback is featured as the opening theme for all 12 episodes of Chainsaw Man. The song was performed by Kenshi Yonezu. Kenshi Yonezu had done many popular songs like in the series My Hero Academia and the Sangatsu no Lion.

10. Gotta Catch 'em All - Pokemon 

Gotta Catch 'em All was the opening theme song for Pokemon's first season for 80 episodes. The hook in the song is quite memorable. The song centers around Ash's quest to achieve the title of Pokemon Master.