Top Ten Most Aesthetically Pleasing AnimeAesthetic(adjective)
-Relating of the enjoyment or study of beauty
This list will particularly highlight animes with their own styles of animation, music, setting, plot and characters that give an aesthetic vibe whether the series/movie has a retro aesthetic, Space aesthetic, pastel aesthetic, etc.
The Top Ten
Garden of Words is such a visually striking masterpiece, it really has those amazing and sad nature and realism aesthetics - JelloLife
This show's animation is jaw droppingly good most of the time, You can easily dismiss it as as just another cute Girls doing cute Things series, but It's aesthetic animation, wonderful Music and how well written the emotions of the characters are, it is so much more. - JelloLife
Neon Genesis has knows exactly how to bring out their characters emotions With their Visuals, though the anime has some bad animation at times, it really makes up for it. It is also a messy emotional and confusing ride, which somehow also brings out the emotional aesthetics. - JelloLife
This show has such a fresh style of animation and storytelling, It is so refreshing to watch it and it's aesthetic, from the way their hands are drawn to the backgrounds and Music. - JelloLife
Kiki's delivery is a very cute and fun Movie, it doesn't have the most exciting plot, but the plot is Perfect for showing use the good witch aesthetic. - JelloLife
Totally - Mesmerize
I look back and the things they wore was so cute. And it’s aesthetic to look at. And the edits look good - Manlypants
Sailor Moon is truly a classic too many and it features a Nice retro aes, feminine aes, girl Power aes, etc. - JelloLife
Everything is so detailed, and has a lovely 90s anime style to it! Absolutely gorgeous!
Don't trust the title, it has nothing to do With the yuri genre(sadly) but it is still Such an aesthically pleasing series, everything that has come out so far fits this list. - JelloLife
Old-timey futuristic aesthetic.
The 2003 one looks amazing.
Beautiful animation, beautiful story, what else can I say? It’s heartbreaking plot gets me every time I rewatch it. It’s soundtrack is one of my personal favorite anime soundtracks, and I recommend it for anyone who’s just started watching anime or is looking for a nice “slice of life” or romance anime.
Mushishi brings what I might call, a desolate atmosphere for you to dive in within it's environment. It's aesthetics are smooth and natural. All that combined had me focused on the plot of each episode.