Ultimate List of Legal Anime Streaming Sites & What Countries They Are Available In

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Your #1 legal Anime Streaming Master List to feed your anime addiction...

Here it is. The One List to Rule Them All. I took the time to scour through the internet and create a detailed list of the latest 100% Legal Anime Streaming Sites available. I have also included what countries they are available, how much they cost per month, and approximately how many titles they offer. I shall try to keep this list up-to-date and add/subtract sites as needed.

Crunchyroll


Amazon Video

  • Visit the Amazon Video Website
  • Cost: $99 USD per year (Approx. $8.25 USD per month)
  • Anime Titles Available: 80+
  • Regions Available: United States (see Anime Strike), United Kingdom, Japan, Austria, Germany and soon India

Amazon Anime Strike

  • Visit the Anime Strike Website
  • Cost: Amazon Prime Account ($99 a year) + $4.99 per month
  • Anime Titles Available: 20+
  • Regions Available: United States (for now)

Funimation

  • Visit the Funimation Website
  • Cost: FREE/ $5.99 USD / $59.99 USD per year
  • Anime Titles Available: 300+
  • Regions Available: United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

Viewster

  • Visit the Viewster Website
  • Cost: FREE  
  • Anime Titles Available: 70+
  • Regions Available: United States, throughout Europe and globally (available in 120 countries worldwide)

Hulu

  • Visit the Hulu Website
  • Cost: $7.99 USD / $11.99 USD (No Commercials)
  • Anime Titles Available: 140+
  • Regions Available: United States, Japan

Anime-Planet

  • Visit the Anime-Planet Website
  • Cost: FREE // Bonus: Watching on AP auto updates your AP Anime Watch List
  • Anime Titles Available: 200+ (Partnership with Crunchyroll, Viewster, & Hulu)
  • Regions Available: Globally (Availability of Shows Depends on Country)

Tubi TV


Yahoo View


YouTube


Netflix

  • Visit the Netflix Website
  • Cost: $7.99/$9.99/$11.99 USD per month
  • Anime Titles Available: 60+ (Availability of Shows Depends on Country)
  • Regions Available: Multiple Countries (more than 55 countries from the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Mexico to Brazil, 42 Latin American countries and Australia and New Zealand)

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Crackle

  • Visit the Crackle Website
  • Cost: FREE
  • Anime Titles Available: 10+
  • Regions Available: United States, Canada, Australia and across 18 countries in Latin America

Neon Alley (VIZ Media)


ADN


Wakanim

  • Visit the Wakanim
  • Cost: 5€ per month
  • Anime Titles Available: 100+
  • Regions Available: Metropolitan France and Overseas, Benelux, Switzerland, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco, Canada, French-speaking Africa

Mangas


Anibee


iflix

  • Visit the iflix Website
  • Cost: RM10 per month / RM96 a year (RM8 per month)
  • Anime Titles Available: 20+
  • Regions Available: Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and Sri Lanka

HOOQ

  • Visit the HOOQ Website
  • Cost: P149 per month
  • Anime Titles Available: 9+
  • Regions Available: the Philippines. India, Indonesia, and Thailand

Anime on Demand

  • Visit the Anime on Demand Website
  • Cost: 6,25 € per month / 8,33 € per month
  • Anime Titles Available: 130+
  • Regions Available: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein

Anime Network

  • Visit the Anime Network Website
  • Cost: Two Week Free Trial / $6.95 USD per month
  • Anime Titles Available: 200+
  • Regions Available: United States, Canada, United Kingdom

ClipFish


MyVideo Schweiz


Daisuki

  • Visit the Daisuki Website
  • Cost: FREE/ $5(USD) per month
  • Anime Titles Available: 30+
  • Regions Available: World Wide (except in cases of exclusive rights licensed by other companies)

Anime Lab


Hanabee.TV


NicoNico


Akiba Pass


 

There you have it! Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments below! As mentioned, Yatta-Tachi will be doing our best to keep this list up-to-date with the latest available Legal Anime Streaming Sites.

 

 

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  1. This is beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.

    (FYI: Canada has access to Funimation too, though I guess we’re usually lumped in with the US for most – but not all – things).

    There’s also a handy site I recently discovered (because.moe) which lets you know where you can stream a particular anime, though it’s only for the US, Canada, UK, and Australia. I’m not sure how comprehensive the site is, but it’s a nice resource if you’re searching for where to watch a certain show, as opposed to anime in general.

    1. Thank you for mentioning FUNImation is available in Canada~! I updated the list and gave you credit! Thank you! Yes, I’ve heard of because.me. It’s a great site to use as well!

      1. Daisuki launched its Premium Membership service – and hold on to your neko mimi, cuz mine nearly fell off, I was so pleasantly shocked – it’s only FIVE DOLLARS A MONTH! There’s also a 2-week Free Trial offer running right now.

        I think you should probably check and update your Netflix Membership fee – I don’t know about anyone else, but I live in California, and I am paying $11.99/month for just the streaming service from Netflix. I know you can get either streaming or DVD rental or both memberships from Netflix.

  2. Thank you so much! I was actually wondering if Daisuki is a legal one because I’ve been feeling bad that I always watch on illegal anime streaming sites.And can I ask a question? Do you think Daisuki also helps the mangakas like Crunchyroll does? Again,thank you so much!

    1. Daisuki is very much legal; in fact, it is owned by Anime Consortium Japan, and financed by Bandai Namco, the Cool Japan Fund (from the government), Asatsu-DK, and several Japan anime studios!

  3. I’d support my country’s Crunchyroll… if the translations were actually good. No offense, but you can easily see that they just get someone with a dictionary to translate the English subs and call it a day; even ignoring the “translation of a translation” issue, their “translators” don’t know basic English idioms (which are given literal translations, and while stuff like “kick the bucket” can be understood because we happen to have that idiom too, “give a piece of mind” is the epitome of cringe) and sometimes I can’t help but wonder that the hell they are smoking… what made me quit was seeing “charge” (as in “attack!”) being translated as if they were talking about electricity (like, “did your phone finish charging?”).

    As I said, I’d have no problem giving my support if their service was actually good. But when *I* can do a much better job than the people getting paid to do it I’d rather stay away.

    1. YES!!! I was planning on keeping an eye on that! I will definitely be updating the list to reflect the change. I was hoping they would make that move. 😀 Thank you for the link!!!

  4. Thank You! \(^o^)/

    I would support Crunchy if it didn’t had ads and the Premium membership :c I’m currentely on Daisuki ^^ bad thing is that it doesn’t has too much anime in my country (México).

  5. Hi, this article was pretty helpful! I am potentially moving to Taiwan soon but I was wondering what most people in Taiwan use for their anime. I know I saw niconico listed but I would like to know if there are alternatives, and if crunchyroll works there. I tried doing my own research but ended up empty handed.

  6. Wakanim is only in French and not German. ._.
    Also I checked the other sites and the information which is given here doesn’t really fit. Hanabee for example isn’t a streaming site but a store where one can buy dvds. The only anime Tubi TV had was Yu-Gi-OH 5Ds and Crackle didn’t have any anime. At least I couldn’t find any.

    1. I will update the information for Wakanim. Thanks for bringing this to our attention. Hanabee recently moved all their videos to Hanabee.TV, which I will update now. I just checked Tubi TV and I see at least several other shows including Ghost In the Shell, Utena and Gatchaman. For Crackle, I saw 12 shows available on the site. These two sites might be region blocked/limited if you’re experiencing a smaller list.

  7. Hi, I am an experienced developer and wondering if you can help me about copyrights regarding anime videos. I want to host them and have already a layout. My only problem right now is the licensing of the said videos. Thank you so much 🙂
    Btw my plan is to build an anime website make an android and ios app and lastly windows app.

  8. You should add https://animebananas.tv/ to the list, they have the largest anime streaming collection, because they partner with Crunchyroll, Hulu, and integrate VIZMedia and FUNimation as well and have 1,200+ titles with legal streams.

    (Thanks to Thor Ryen in the comments I found them).