Celebrate International Children’s Day (June 1st) with this selection of anime for kids from Crunchyroll.
Celebrate #InternationalChildrensDay on June 1st with Crunchyroll, one of the world’s best known anime streaming platforms with 30,000 titles to choose from.
International Children’s Day dates back to 1925 and aims to celebrate childhood and spark conversation about the issues that affect the young. Here are six Crunchyroll shows that will delight and amuse kids of all ages –
A series about the secret life of kittens who live in bananas. It’s cute, funny and every young child who watches it will want their own Bananya kitty!
Zo Zo Zombie is the best undead friend you could ask for and youngsters will love the way he can use his intestines as a skipping rope and peel his skin off to use it as a coat! Bits of him are always falling off, but his best friend Isamu takes it all in his stride.
An all new Digimon tale taking place in 2020 with Taichi Yagami when he is in the penultimate year of primary school. There’s a crisis in Tokyo and Taichi is sucked into the Digital World where every human has a Digimon partner to help them in the face of danger.
Izuku’s father breathes flames and his mother can move small objects using the power of thought alone, but he is ordinary in a world where 80% of people have superpowers known as Quirks. Hero’s are commonplace and Izuku is desperate to be one of them.
The tone is set in the opening credits as an origami aeroplane floats across various landscapes to a soulful song. Great to watch just before bedtime, these adaptations of traditional Japanese folktales are a treat. Each episode features three seven-minute stories.
Based on a manga series about gaming, the story follows Yugi, a boy who got bullied a lot before he solved an ancient puzzle which gave him special powers. Now, every time evil threatens him or one of his friends, he challenges them to a duel.
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