5 Anime You Should Be Watching If You Like HBO Max's "Tokyo Vice"

    If you like organized crime shows, these anime are right up your alley.

    When I first saw the HBO Max's Tokyo Vice trailer, it immediately caught my attention. It's based on the 2009 memoir by American journalist, Jake Adelstein, which detailed his time working for one of the most prominent Japanese newspapers as the first non-Japanese reporter.

    Ansel Elgort as Jake and Ken Watanabe as Katagiri walking out of a police bus about to confront some Yakuza

    This book has been turned into a gripping show that gives some great insight into a culture that I feel most anime fans are enamored by and a deeper view of the Yakuza we don't get to see too often in American shows.

    Show Kasamatsu as Sato clapping along with other Yakuza members

    1. Tokyo Revengers

    The poster of Tokyo Revengers with Mikey Drakken Takemichi Tetta Shuji Keisuke Chifuyu and Kazutora

    2. Katekyo Hitman Reborn!

    The poster for Katekyo Hitman REBORN with Tsuna Reborn Hayato Takeshi and others on the cover

    3. 91 Days

    Avilio and Vero both bloodied and pointing guns at each other with the title 91 days in the middle

    4. Cowboy Bebop

    Spike Jet Edward Faye and Ein all looking down at something

    5. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind

    A poster of Gio Bruno Narancia Leone Guido and Pannacotta all sitting around a table with the title JoJos Bizarre adventure Golden Wind on the bottom

    If you're wondering where you can watch all of these fantastic anime series without switching streaming services, be sure to check out Crunchyroll for all your anime needs. Have you watched any of these anime? What do you think of Tokyo Vice, and do you have any organized crime anime we should be watching? Let us know in the comments below!