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The Fruit of Grisaia (Grisaia no Kajitsu) Watch Order Guide

The Fruit of Grisaia Grisaia no Kajitsu Watch Order Guide

The Fruit of Grisaia generally falls into the category of anime in which you either love it or hate it. Be it because of its narrative complexity or for its genuine mature storytelling. It is generally a hit or miss for those new to it. The story focuses inherently on character relationships and builds up to it little by little with psychological depth and serious storylines.

The anime melds together perfectly with its unique character designs, great animation, and an unusual amount of humor for an anime that is trying to be serious. The series has a great atmosphere and excellently explores various anime tropes. The Fruit of Grisaia is definitely an anime that you should consider watching.

If you are planning to watch The Fruit of Grisaia (Grisaia no Kajitsu), then watch it according to this order.

The Fruit of Grisaia (Grisaia no Kajitsu) Watch Order:

1. The Fruit of Grisaia

The Fruit of Grisaia

Alternate Title: Grisaia no Kajitsu
Episodes: 13
Stream/Buy On: Crunchyroll, HIDIVE, VRV, YouTube

2. The Labyrinth of Grisaia: The Cocoon of Caprice 0

The Labyrinth of Grisaia: The Cocoon of Caprice 0

Alternate Title: Grisaia no Meikyuu: Caprice no Mayu 0
Episodes: 1 (47 min. special)
Stream/Buy On: Crunchyroll, VRV

3. The Eden of Grisaia

The Eden of Grisaia

Alternate Title: Grisaia no Rakuen
Episodes: 10
Stream/Buy On: Crunchyroll, VRV

4. Grisaia: Phantom Trigger The Animation

Grisaia: Phantom Trigger The Animation

Alternate Title: None
Episodes: 2
Stream/Buy On: Unknown

Each season except Grisaia: Phantom Trigger The Animation has 3 minutes specials that do not add anything to the main story, they only exist to offer fan service.


The Fruit of Grisaia (Grisaia no Kajitsu) is a psychological drama anime by Studio 8Bit. The anime is an adaptation of a Japanese light novel series by Front Wing.

Synopsis: Yuuji Kazami doesn’t know what to do with his life, being bored with his ambitionless life, he transfers to Mihama Academy to live a normal school life. However, Mihama Academy is a school with prison-like features. What’s more strange is that there are only five female students attending the school.

Yuuji later learns that every other student in this school has circumstances similar to his and that he should not interfere in their situation as he asked for normal student life. Will Yuuji find his purpose in life or something to protect at his new school?