You won’t find many of those any time soon!
Most shows don’t focus on “studying” after all. Except when comedy, fantasy and other elements are blended into the mix.
This often “drowns out” the studying elements. But there are some
And so – if it’s motivation you want to study, these
Let’s get to it.
1. The Royal Tutor
It’s all in the title. This is probably the most motivating
After all, almost 100% of the
The story: A tutor comes into a palace to groom, study and teach 4 young princes who will one day become king.
Each prince has their own major flaws when it comes to studying. And their previous tutor was unsuccessful.
That’s where Heine Wittgenstein comes in. Aka – “The Royal Tutor”.
There’s no way you’ll watch this series without taking some “motivation” from it to study harder.
You’ll be drawn into each characters self-improvement journey, and that will give you the needed inspiration.
2. Assassination Classroom
The Story: An alien who enrols as a teacher threatens to destroy the moon (and the world).
So a set of students are trained to assassinate and destroy Koro Sensei before that happens.
You’ll learn about philosophy, changing your perspective for the better, and life lessons which will aid you.
The comedy and action aspects are worth it, too.
3. Denpa Kyoushi
Similar to Assassination Classroom, Denpa Kyoushi has a strong focus on self-improvement.
While it’s true some episodes don’t focus on studying in a traditional sense, each episode teaches you something valuable.
And it’s those lessons (like building your confidence) that will motivate you to study harder.
And even change your perspective on things, which will indirectly help you.
This is a mystery
But at its core, Hyouka’s an intellectual, introspective anime that makes you think and ponder.
Some of the elements also relate to “studying” or doing things that aren’t particularly motivating.
So try it, it might help you in a weird way.
The genre of this
Within the first 2 episodes of Rokudenashi, education is one of the big topics.
Like when Glenn Radars, a main character, provides an example of how words can create a physical reaction.
These educational lessons do continue throughout the series, but not as much as the first few episodes.
Glenn Radars (the teacher) has a unique perspective on learning, studying and teaching methods. Some of which might motivate you to study or change your perspective on studying, which could help.
And there are similarities to Denpa Kyoushi and Assassination Classroom. Especially as far as having an “unconventional” teacher.
Ignoring the 2nd episode’s incident, this
6. Cells At Work
Cells At Work is one of the latest and greatest in recent years. With a unique approach to education and entertainment.
- Red blood cells
- White blood cells
And everything related to it inside your own body.
Red blood cells, white blood cells (and others) are given human-like characters to ilustrate the role these things play in our immune system.
It’s comedic, hilarious, funny as F but at the same time – educational and thought provoking.
It’s the equivalent of learning about science and biology without the boring lectures. And instead – lectures and lessons that help you laugh and learn along the way.
anime which “may” motivate you to study:
- Little Witch Academia.
My Hero Academia.