The Best Sad Anime Song 2022 That Makes You Disappointed and Baper
The best sad anime song, that’s the title we will discuss this time. But have you ever imagined what it would be like if there was no song or soundtrack in an anime series? Without a soundtrack or song, it’s certain that the anime will be tasteless, gamers.
Especially if the anime contains a message to be conveyed to the audience, such as the NTR anime for example. It is certain that the message will not arrive. In the anime series, you certainly know many songs that can cause feelings of sadness, joy, joy, fear and anger.
Sparkle – Kimi no Na wa
Who doesn’t know the sparkle song from the band RADWIMPS. The sad song that adorns the anime series titled Kimi no Na wa has a deep meaning. This song tells about the efforts of a person who is trapped in slavery, he tries to rise from the adversity that binds him and tries to achieve the dream he aspires to.
Utakata Hanabi – Tokyo Ghoul
Talking about the saddest and most memorable anime songs, of course, Utaka Hanabi is included in the list. The song that became the opening soundtrack in the first season of the Tokyo Ghoul series is thick with sad nuances. The lyrics in this song tell about the adversity experienced by someone in his life. This song features lyrics that tell the story of one person who has been very down because of many things.
Ichiban no Takaramono – Angel Beats
The next best recommendation for sad anime songs comes from the anime series “Angel Beats”. Those of you who like the Angel Beats series must already know this song. Yes, the soundtrack in the anime which was released in 2010 is filled with the golden voice of a Japanese singer called LiSA.
The song, entitled Ichiban no Takaramono, tells about the most valuable thing in a love relationship. In the series this song appears as the ending of episode 10. This song is really good to enjoy alone or at night before going to bed. The lilting rhythm will evoke memories of the memories you have spent with someone.
Lonely Feather – Haruka Chigusa
This sad anime song tells about the suffering of a student at a magic school who always gets discrimination from his friends. He had to go through the suffering alone without anyone caring. In contrast to anime songs which are generally in Japanese, the lyrics for the soundtrack, entitled Lonely Feather, were actually made in English. This is because the lyrics of the song were composed by an international musician named Rasmus Faber.
One More Time, One More Chance – Byousoku 5 cm
Before it went viral in 2007 and became the ending for the anime series titled “Byousoku 5 cm”, this song was actually a song sung by a voiced singer that had already aired in 1997 ago. The song, entitled “One More Time, One More Chance,” has its lyrics and melodious tone that can drain the listener’s eyes. Especially if you imagine the times you have spent with someone you love.
Himawari no Yakusoku – Stand by Me Doraemon
Have you ever watched the movie Stand by Me Doraemon? At that time it was not only the adventures of Doraemon with Nobita and his three friends Shizuka, Giant and Suneo that became a byword but the soundtrack or theme song in the 3D animated film also grabbed attention.
Through its easy listening rhythm, the original soundtrack entitled Himawari no Yakusoku, sung by Motohiro Hata, has successfully touched the hearts and made the listeners sad. The song which if translated into Indonesian is entitled “Promise of the Sunflower” tells the story of the encounter, friendship, separation between Doraemon and Nobita.
Silver Sky – Arpeggio of Blue Steel
Another anime song that is no less sad than the yameteo song is Silve Sky. If you claim to be an otaku, you must be familiar with Nano’s song, Silver Sky. Although this song is quite popular among otaku, not many know that this song is the theme song of the anime Arpeggio of Blue Steel.
The reason is, this song only appears in the rescue scene by Takao to the captain whose ship sank. Similar to Lonely Feather, this song is also sad this is also performed in English, not Japanese.
Anata ni aitakute – Natsuyuki Rendezvous
Anata ni aitakute is the soundtrack or theme song of the anime Natsuyuki Rendezvous which was presented last September 2012. The saddest song by Aimer is written with aesthetic language or lyrics that contain very good meaning. Don’t forget the creator also puts an element of romance into this song so that this song deserves to be called perfect.
Kimi ga Kureta mono – Anohana
Kimi ga Kureta mono is the original soundtrack for the 2011 Japanese anime series Anohana. When you first hear this song, you will immediately feel the sad nuance in this song. Especially when you see the scene where Heroin slowly leaves the mortal world while playing hide and seek.
Wind – Naruto
Of the many original Naruto anime series soundtracks, according to Kabar Games, Wind is the saddest song. Not without reason, apart from being very touching, the song titled Wind has also successfully recorded popularity. Among them, when it was first played on the small screen, this song became the song that anime lovers liked the most.
Wind also managed to rank 31st on the Oricon Ladder and was able to last for 25 weeks. The ending song or ending song for the Naruto series was performed beautifully by a young Japanese musician, Akeboshi. Unfortunately, even though he succeeded in popularizing the song Wind, the singer’s career was not as popular as the song he brought.
Orange – Shigatsu Kimi no Uso
You can hear this sad song at the end or the end of the Shigatsu Kimi no Uso anime. You can also see another sad nuance in the romantic scene between Kaori and Kousei. The song popularized by 7 is the saddest song in the anime series Shigatsu Kimi no Uso.
So, those are the best sad anime songs 2022 and 2022 that Kabar Games has summarized for you. Some of the songs above often appear on the TikTok application. You can also listen to it in its entirety on the Youtube or Spotify platforms. So it’s a shame to miss it.
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