Because astrology is rarely the subject of anime, this is understandable. Westerners use the term “astrology,” but the Japanese have their own terminology for what they consider to be a separate field of study. Even though Japanese anime characters have birthdays, their astrological signs aren’t usually correlated with them, therefore we’re going to do it for you.
Aries-born characters are the ones we’ll be focusing on here. There will be a total of 20 Aries characters on this list, from from least to most likeable. We’re going to include characters from a variety of different shows and genres, but they all have one thing in common—their astrological sign.
When Are Aries Born?
The conventional Western calendar places the birthdays of those born under the sign of Aries between the dates of March 20 and April 21. Individuals born under the sign of Aries have a strong sense of self-determination and might be impetuous or irresponsible while dealing with problems. Aries has a tendency to be stubborn and self-centered because of its planetary ruler, the Ram. Aries is a brash and self-reliant sign that can stand on its own two feet. Aries may inspire others to do the same, but he’s not likely to stop for a fan base. There is a lot of enthusiasm and decisiveness when Aries is present in a person’s horoscope.
Best Aries Anime Characters
All 10 characters from various anime series will be included in the list and are ranked according to their popularity and likeability. We’ll tell you a little bit about each character as we move through the list.
10. Ruri Gokō – Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai
Friends with Kirino, but who will get closer to Kyosuke because to their shared love of fantasy. Gothic-lolita side: She wears primarily long black outfits.
9. Sakura Kinomoto – Cardcaptor Sakura
Toya’s father, Fujitaka, is a student at CM1 and lives with the family. When she was just three years old, her mother passed away. She may look like any other young woman, but her life has taken a turn for the better ever since she stumbled across the enigmatic Clow book and became the card hunter. Initially, she is infatuated with Yukito (Mathieu), but Syaoran (Lionel) declares his love for her.
We learn a lot about Sakura during the course of the series: she is a member of the cheerleading squad, she excels at a variety of sports, and she is also prone to impulsiveness. Finally, everyone is afraid of something: Sakura is afraid of ghosts (as a result of Toya), and Toya is afraid of the dark.
8. Norman – Yakusoku no Neverland
The oldest child in Grace Field Orphanage is Norman. Exceptional analytical abilities and a unique clarity distinguish him as one of just three students to get a perfect score on each of the school’s daily exams. The reality about their orphanage is revealed to him by Emma and they work together to escape.
7. Sakura Haruno – Naruto
Her former name was Sakura Haruno, but she went by Sakura Uchiha because she is now a Jnin from Konohagakure and the only woman on Team 7. Although Kishimoto claimed that she had no notion what a perfect heroine should be, she developed her as the protagonist of the series.
Sakura was teased as a child because of her long forehead, a trait that Kishimoto has strived to emphasize in Sakura’s looks. For taunting, Ino Yamanaka soothed her and defended her, but as the two grew older, the devotion they felt for Sasuke caused them to separate.
Sakura develops a crush on Sasuke and despises Naruto Uzumaki throughout the majority of the first section.
6. Yasutora “Chad” Sado – Bleach
Yasutora Sado, more often known as Chad, is a shy high schooler. As with Orihime, he and Ichigo will harness the Hogyôku residing within Rukia’s body in order to gain new abilities. “Abuelo” (grandfather) Oscar Joaquin De La Rosa was born in Okinawa, Japan, but grew up in Mexico with his family (his grandfather). Sado’s father was Japanese, and his mother was Mexican. He is a Fullbringer, which means that his parents were likely killed by a Hollow (daughter of Oscar Joaquin de la Rosa).
In comparison to his age, Yasutora is extremely tall (1.97 m) and appears to be much older. In spite of his dark color and height, he swore his grandfather that he would never fight for himself because the strikes of his opponents had no effect on him, but the blows of his own are too powerful for anyone else to handle.
5. Roy Mustang – Fullmetal Alchemist
Edward’s mentor and superior, the Flame Alchemist. For the sake of national stability, he aspires to the presidency, the highest state office. Although she and Edward have a rocky relationship, he actually acts as her guardian and friend. Order 3066: The Ishbal genocide was one of his duties as a state alchemist, and he bears the scars of it. He will do everything he can to avenge the death of Maes Hughes, his best friend.
4. Eren Yeager – Shingeki No Kyojin
The series’ central character, Eren, is a member of the Survey Corps. Until the fall of Wall Maria, he and his family lived in Shiganshina District. Eren stood helplessly by as a smiling Titan ate his mother alive. Eren’s hatred for the Titans grew following this incident, and he vowed to wipe them from the face of the planet.
Once Grisha located him and handed over the key to the basement of his home, Eren returned to Shiganshina, where he was greeted by his father with an emotional goodbye. After that, he sacrificed his life for Eren’s, injecting him with Titan spinal fluid. Eren, Mikasa, and Armin joined the 104th Training Brigade in the year 847. Eren came in fifth out of the three.
Their military service with the Survey Corps began following the Trost District battle. Eren realized the truth about his father’s past, the Titans’ history, and the Outer World after discovering the basement and connecting with his father’s spiritual ancestry. Finally, Eren promised to liberate all of Ymir’s citizens from their actual enemy: the Marley Empire and anybody else in the Outer World who would stand in the way of their freedom..
3. Erina Nakiri – Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma
After defeating her father Azami’s administration, Erina has taken over as headmaster of Tootsuki Academy (Before she was in the 10th seat of the Council of 10). In other words, she is the Academy’s great-great-granddaughter. Erina, the academy’s crown jewel, is renowned for her “divine mansion.” She grew up eating at some of Japan’s most well-known restaurants, so she is well-versed in the cuisine’s various components and can tell you exactly where each one came from and what it was used for (jam, juice, oil, etc.)
It goes even further than that, allowing her to identify the source of a product like salt, for example, without a moment’s pause. In her mind, other kids are judged on their social class. Sma is the only student in the Academy who does not regard her as a threat or a friend.
Because of their differences, she and Sma have a hostile relationship, and she aspires to have Sma expelled from school so that she can use her royal culinary skills to shame him. When it comes to how he treats her, the young man’s standing as a regular at a local eatery, his lack of fear, and the familiar way he speaks to and teases her.
2. Naru Narusegawa – Love Hina
In March 1984, in the Hinata Hotel, she makes a vow to Keitaro Urashima, then 5 years old, that they will meet when they are adults in Tdai. She repeated her pledge the following year out of concern that she had forgotten, like she had done the year before. As a result of her young age at the time of the pledge with Keitaro, she had completely forgotten that vow but not Mutsumi’s.
Keitaro arrives in Hinata fifteen years later, renting a room in the Urashima family’s boarding home, hoping to stay with his grandmother and avoid paying rent. Despite her initial reluctance to let him stay, she would come to see that despite his deviant appearance, he has a solid history. Also, when Hinata Urashima requests that he take over as manager and owner, she has no problem with it.
1. Kakarot or Son Goku – Dragon Ball Z
King Kakarot (also known as Son Goku) is the primary protagonist of the Dragon Ball manga series. The Dragon Ball, which he has kept as a memory of his grandfather Son Gohan since he was a child and lives with him in the mountains distant from civilization, is one of many possessions he has inherited.
Bulma, a 15-year-old girl, is his new best buddy. When the seven Dragon Balls are collected, the wish-granting dragon Shenron is brought to life. He meets new people along the way who join him on his escapades. To keep the Earth and the rest of the universe safe, Goku grows stronger.