Eden of the East Watch Order (Higashi no Eden)

Eden of the East Watch Order (Higashi no Eden)

Eden of the East is an anime that aired back in 2009. The story is set in Japan and follows a group of young adults trying to uncover the mysteries surrounding a strange incident that happened ten years ago.

The anime was well-received by fans and critics alike, and its unique blend of thriller, mystery, and drama elements made it a stand-out title in its genre.


If you’re looking for an anime that will keep you on the edge of your seat, then Eden of the East is worth checking out. And for that, you will surely need the Eden of the East Watch order, aka Higashi no Eden Watch Order.

Eden of the East Watch order

Eden of the East Chronological order

  • Eden of The East 
  • Higashi no Eden: Falling Down
  • Eden of The East Compilation: Air Communication; Higashi no Eden Recap
  • Eden of The East the Movie I: The King of Eden  
  • Eden of The East, the Movie II: Paradise Lost

Where to Watch Eden of the East

You Can Watch Eden of the East on Funimation and Crunchyroll



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The attack on Japan on November 22, 2010, was a terrorist act that fortunately did not harm anyone. “Careless Monday” was quickly forgotten by society.


Akira Takizawa saves a friendly college student Saki Morimi from unexpected trouble during her graduation trip to America three months later. In addition to being cheerful, Takizawa has an odd cell phone loaded with 8.2 billion yen in digital cash, is stark naked, and suffers from amnesia. He believes he is a terrorist and suffers from amnesia.

Despite Takizawa’s suspicious traits, Saki quickly befriends the enigmatic young man. However, she has no idea this is the beginning of a thrilling death game involving money, cell phones, and the world’s salvation.


Saki’s quest to uncover the mysteries behind the savior is the focus of Higashi no Eden. At the same time, Takizawa battles other individuals armed with a similar cell phone and recalls memories from months ago that reveal his possible connection to the incident.

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