Paranoia Agent is one of my favorite anime series. Even if you watch it dubbed, the voice acting is top notch (but since you're learning Japanese, why not just stick with the sub and Japanese audio?), and there's not much difference in quality between the two. Actually anything directed by the late Satoshi Kon is a masterpiece in my humble opinion.
Though, PA is a bit dark and a supernatural mystery so you have to think while watching it. Not everything is answered, so it's not for everyone. However, if you like plot driven mysteries, you should enjoy it. It's actually the first time I heard "Moshi moshi" so that made me happy when I learned the greeting.
Here are some of my all time favorite animes and ones that I liked but wouldn't re-watch. I'm putting them in order of how much I love them.
1.)One Piece 2.)Fairy Tail 3.)Naruto 4.)Attack on Titan (Live action movie coming next year) 5.)Soul Eater 6.)Kimi No Todoke 7.)Say I love you (Live action movie coming in July) 8.)Sgt. Frog 9.)Vampire Knight 10.)Diabolick Lovers (Love it but the episodes are just so short) 11.)Brothers' Conflict 12.)Amnesia (Really good but soooo confusing until the very end) 13.)Hiiro No Kakera 14.)Hiiro No Kakera Dai Ni Shou 15.)All of the Nodame Cantabile
You should check out Psycho-Pass. It's dark, gritty, and set in a futuristic Japan where an all-seeing eye called "Sibyl" mandates social behavior. Individuals are categories into hues of mental status and the likelihood of committing crime. It's riddled with action, suspense, and a touch of mystery. In a lot of ways it reminded me of Death Note's gritty atmosphere. That's all I'll say without giving too much away.
Sheegoth are large predatory creatures native to the frigid Phendrana Drifts region of Tallon IV from Metroid Prime.
Alexiawaddell wrote:Chihayafuru is really great. Also, Kirarin revolution and Gosick.
I just finished watching Chihayafuru since it was listed as a recommendation for people who liked Bamboo Blade. I don't know if I really agree with the comparison, but I definitely loved it. Great characters, real emotion, visually gorgeous and, like its theme, quite poetic.