With every new season comes a load of new shows to check out and, as always, today I’ll be sharing with you guys the shows I’ll be keeping an eye on over the Spring 2017 season.

(I’ll take time here to firstly apologise for the lack of content, though. Recently I’ve been ill, stressed and have had a load of university work to do and therefore haven’t been able to make much content nor have I actually been watching much anime. I’m feeling much better though, so content should be coming out again!)

Fukumenkei NoiseMusic, Romance, Shoujo

Nino, a girl who likes to sing, experienced two farewells in the past. First, with her first love, Momo, and second, with Yuzu, a boy who composes music. But upon those two farewells, she made a promise with each of them: to continue singing until they find her voice again. Time has since passed and now, these three students are now in high school…

Airs on April 11th. Rating PG-13. Number of episodes unknown.


Sakurada Reset – “Sagrada Reset” – Mystery, Super Power, Supernatural, School

Nearly half the population of Sakurada, a small town near the Pacific Ocean, has some sort of unique power. These powers range from being able to enter the mind of a cat, to resetting the world back to a certain point in time in the past. There is a group known as the “Kanrikyoku” that controls and monitors the use of these powers. Asai Kei and Haruki Misora work for their school’s club called “Houshi” club, which execute any missions received from the Kanrikyoku. Misora has the ability to reset the world 3 days. This means that all events and any memory of the past 3 days that “could have” happened, never happened. Kei has the ability to “remember” the past. Even after Misora uses her powers to reset the world back 3 days, Kei will retain those 3 days in his memory. Combining their powers, these two solve missions issued by the Kanrikyoku.

Airs on April 5th. No rating given. Number of episodes unknown.


In the wake of a nationwide movement during the Bubble economy period, a small town in the countryside has revived its “mini-nation” tourism program; hiring five girls as travel ambassadors. The series will follow a year’s time of the five girls as they work in the tourism agency of a small failing town in an effort to reinvigorate it.

Airs on April 5th. No rating given. Number of episodes unknown.



The series revolves around kabuki, a classic style of Japanese dance-drama that combines music, drama, and dance. Kurogo Kurusu, a 15-year-old high school student has a passion for kabuki and hopes to establish a kabuki club at school. Things are not easy as they seem when he realizes that he needs to find students to join him.

Airs April 7th. No rating given. 12 episodes.


Hinako NoteSlice of Life, Comedy

Hinako is a shy little girl whom animals are instinctively drawn to. Because of this, Hinako works as a scarecrow to keep said animals away from the crops in her neighbors fields. Thus the tale of the scarecrow girl begins!

Airs April 7th. No rating given. Number of episodes unknown.


Oushitsu Kyoushi Haine – “The Royal Tutor” – Comedy
Accepting the post of Royal Tutor at the court of the king of Grannzreich, Heine Wittgenstein is a little professor with a big job ahead! Each of the kingdom’s four princes has a rather distinct personality. Does their diminutive new instructor have what it takes to lay down some learning?

Airs April 5th. No rating given. Number of episodes unknown.


Tsuki ga KireiRomance, School
Kotarou Azumi and Akane Mizuno became third year students at junior high school and are classmates for the first time. These two, along with fellow classmates, Chinatsu Nishio and Takumi Hira, relate to their peers through mutual understandings and feelings. As their final year at junior high school progresses, the group overcome their challenges to mature and become aware of changes in themselves.

Airs 7th April. No rating given. Number of episodes unknown.


Idol Time PriParaMusic, School, Shoujo
The story focuses on Yui, a girl who lives in the town of Paparajuku, and who dreams of being an idol, even if she realizes that being an idol is next to impossible for her. Her friends often remark on how much she dreams about it. But then, the PriPara idol theme park opens in her town, and that an idol named Laala is coming to town from Parajuku, which only makes Yui dream even bigger. The new PriPara theme park has been updated with new concepts. However, due to a system error, Laala is no longer able to PriPara Change.

Airs 4th April. Rating PG-Children. Number of episodes unknown.


Alice to Zouroku – “Alice & Zouroku” – Adventure, Mystery, Seinen
The story centers on a little girl called Sana, who is one of the children that holds the power of “Alice’s Dream,” an ability that enables her to materialize anything she imagines. After escaping a lab where she was a test subject, Sana ends up in a normal world where she encounters an old man named Zouroku, but will he help her?

Airs 2nd April. No rating given. Number of episodes unknown.


Shingeki no Kyojin Season 2Action, Super Power, Drama, Fantasy, Shounen
Eren Jaeger swore to wipe out every last Titan, but in a battle for his life he wound up becoming the thing he hates most. With his new powers, he fights for humanity’s freedom facing the monsters that threaten his home. After a bittersweet victory against the Female Titan, Eren finds no time to rest—a horde of Titans is approaching Wall Rose and the battle for humanity continues!

Airs April 1st. Rating R-17+. Number of episodes unknown. 


They’re just ten of the series I’ll be keeping an eye on during Spring 2017. Of course, I’m still miles behind on Winter 2017’s shows, so I hope to catch up on them before then new season starts, but with university work and summer exams looming, who knows how long that’ll take? :’)

What are you watching next season? Am I watching something you are? Let me know in the comments below!

(Sources include MyAnimeList, Amazon, MangaHelpers, Yen Press, Nijipoi, Anime News Network, Screen Rant, Anime Mojo. All information is correct at the time of publishing.)


12 thoughts on “10 Anime To Look Out For In Spring 2017

      1. I’ll watch the first episode and see what it’s like – it doesn’t interest me at the moment, but that could change. ^^

  1. Other than Attack on Titan and the 6th season of Natsume, I haven’t made any decisions yet. I’ll probably try a whole bunch of first episodes again and decide then.

      1. Trying not to. If it had come out years ago I was super excited to see this story continue. But now it’s like I’ve moved on. I tried to rewatch season 1 in anticipation and realised that this series had lost its momentum for me.
        Still, if they’ve done season 2 right they’ll hopefully rekindle that excitement and it will be great.

  2. Well, it wil; definitely be Attack on Titan that I will be keeping an eye on. I do have to admit that Alice to Zouroku also sounds pretty interesting if I am being honest. Great overview of the coming season 😊

  3. I’ll have a list up on my own blog in a day-or-two… But *Shingeki no Kyojin Season 2* and *SAKURA QUEST* are right there at the top. (Particularly the latter, another girls working show from P.A. Works? Sign me up!)

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