5 Best Stoner Anime Shows to Watch While High

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5 Best Stoner Anime Shows to Watch While High

1. Mob Psycho 100
2. Samurai Champloo
3. Spirited Away
4. Dragon Ball Z
5. The Boondocks

That’s a Wrap

Are you looking for the best stoner anime available? The genre consistently produces unique visual and vibrant experiences for tokers to enjoy.

This form of animation, originating in Japan, is an awe-inspiring artistic medium with an astonishing rise in global popularity. Many consider the genre niche, but its dominance on mainstream streaming sites says otherwise.

The effects of weed from high THC seeds can enhance these shows’ dynamic plots and artistic visuals. Read on to discover five of the best anime series to watch while high.

1. Mob Psycho 100
It may sound like an intimidating title, but Mob Psycho 100 is playful and comedy gold. The show often satirizes the genre itself and is undoubtedly among the best anime to watch while high.

The plot follows Mob, a boy in middle school who struggles daily to control his immense psychic abilities. Although socially awkward and slightly naive, the teenager is uniquely intelligent.

Mob’s abilities attract trouble from various spirits, con artists, and opposing psychics seeking to exploit or destroy him. The innocent teenager wants to lead an everyday life, but the constant harassment causes some stress to build up.

The tone is always comedic and often thought-provoking. Episodes usually end hilariously, with Mob’s emotional level (displayed as a counter) reaching 100. Saying any more is a spoiler.

The show lulls you in with its dry humor and slow pacing. Episodes build, and surprisingly epic or dramatic moments unfold. Mob Psycho 100 is also famous for its artistic use of the “paint-on-glass” animation style. The comedy is a must-see, especially when paired with weed.

2. Samurai Champloo
In the eyes of many, Samurai Champloo is among the greatest anime ever made. The story takes place in the Shogun era and follows three primary characters.

Mugen is an elite warrior with a passion for break-dancing. Jin is a cold and fierce samurai who believes himself to be better than all others. The two sword masters despise each other but are brought together by a young girl, Fuu.

After saving Mugen and Jin, Fuu requests them as bodyguards so she can find the “samurai who smells of sunflowers.” To reveal any more will only spoil the mystery. This series only has one season, but the 26-episode journey is incredible.

Samurai Champloo is among the best anime to watch when high, as it blends humor and drama, invoking multiple emotions. The program is also beautifully hand-drawn despite airing in 2006 when CGI took over the scene.

Aside from being visually stunning, the show also has a fantastic soundtrack.

The series is from the creators of the legendary series Cowboy Bebop, which boasts a jazz theme. Samurai Champloo follows a similar formula but with hip-hop. Both anime have elements of music in the plot, like Mugen’s break-dancing.

Samurai Champloo is an understated work of art. Why not enhance the experience with a few tokes of your favorite strain?

3. Spirited Away
If the discussion is anime, then Spirited Away has to be mentioned. While not strictly a show, it’s one of the many masterpieces from Studio Ghibli.

This production company is owned by arguably the most brilliant anime mind there is, Hayou Miyazaki. The director is so famous that a museum in Tokyo exists as a tribute to his work.

Miyazaki is renowned for his animations, drawings, and writing. His work inspires many others to become an artist.

This film is possibly Miyazaki’s greatest masterpiece. The story of a young girl finding herself in a realm of spirits is too deep to summarize. Spirited Away transports the viewer into an immersive and emotional experience beyond words. You must see it to understand.

One of Miyazaki’s most unique traits is his ability to create pieces that transcend age. Children and adults can enjoy his anime for different reasons. If you’re old enough, watch Spirited Away or any of his works while high, and you’ll never forget it.

4. Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball Z is easily one of the best anime to watch high on weed. The program was among the first to transition from manga comics and reach international fame.

This anime is an all-time classic. Hundreds of episodes from 1989–1996 and further iterations speak volumes about the show's longevity.

Dragon Ball Z might feel dated or childish to some, but that’s part of its charm. The main characters, Goku and his son Gohan, are supernatural warriors who protect Earth from evil forces.

The story follows the age-old formula of good vs. evil, but in style. This anime is iconic for its outrageous action scenes. The show’s dedication to epic moments and battles that make entire planets seem insignificant is fantastic. Dragon Ball Z is a must-see TV show for stoners.

5. The Boondocks
This program was one of the first American series to use the popular Japanese animation style. It’s universally loved and a brilliant and moving comedy.

The Boondocks follows the lives of a man and his two grandsons who reside in the safety of suburbia. Their upbringing in Chicago’s South Side has them feeling slightly out of place, and hilarity frequently ensues.

The show often touches on serious social issues. With a PG-13 rating, it’s not too heavy and always humorous. An array of outrageous characters add to the comedy.

The Boondocks makes you gasp for air while laughing but also gets you thinking deeply. This American homage to the Japanese art form easily makes the list of the best stoner anime.

That’s a Wrap
The re-emergence of anime as a popular genre is largely thanks to streaming sites. Services like Netflix and Amazon invest in directors and artists, and now there are more shows than ever.

These five classics are the perfect introduction if you’re curious about the genre. When it comes to the best anime to watch when stoned, this list won’t disappoint. Just ensure you have quality cannabis to do the experience justice.

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