In both anime and real life, an outfit may tell you a great deal about a person’s personality.
But if there’s one piece of clothing that’s getting a bad rap, it’s hats.
Despite the fact that some characters can easily carry off the hat appearance, this isn’t always the case for everyone. As a result, we’ll take a look at some of the anime characters who have been given this headgear.
10. Momoko Hyakushiki
Nanbaka is a Japanese anime series.
Compared to other tsunderes, Momoko seems to be the next evolutionary step.
When Hajime blinks, she goes mad. On the inside, she’s tremendously boy crazy, even though “BL” stands for “bald love” in her instance.
The problem is that she can’t seem to find a way to express herself that doesn’t terrify everyone within an 80-mile radius of her.
Regardless of how frigid Hajima is, he freaked out every time she calls him in for a private conversation.
I can tell you that being a warden sister is not an easy job.
9. Kyōhei Kadota
He appears to be the most well-groomed character in the entire cast of Durarara.
Kyohei, on the other hand, is just chilling out and letting go of the past.
In fact, he does the opposite of what you might expect: he actively seeks to make a positive impact on the world.
But it doesn’t appear to bother him in the slightest.
He’s always there to provide a hand, and he’s strong enough to take on most of the show’s more powerful characters.
Kyohei, on the other hand, will go out for a drink with the person who was his nemesis just a few minutes earlier. This makes him unique.
Here’s all of Chad’s power in one place.
8. Portgas D. Ace
Toshio Abe’s One Piece
Aw, Ace, you cute little b*tch.
Ace has always seemed cooler and more mature to me than Luffy, and I’m not just saying that because he’s a beefcake.
You could never be sure what he would do or how far his powers would take him because of the aura he emitted.
At the very least, he and his brother have something in common: a bottomless pit in their guts.
Those two are serious eaters.
But for the fact that someone broke my heart, I might have been content.
7. Mayuri Shiina
Steins;Gate is a popular anime series.
What a beautiful little girl. A blanket and some kind of audiobook subscription would be all that’s needed for this.
Every time Mayuri said “tuturu,” it seemed as if a piece of melancholy had been sucked out of the air.
She was very concerned about Okabe’s mental health because she was such a sweet and kind person. In the corner of your eye, a solitary tear would appear of no where.
At this point, am I overselling her?
Ask yourself that question one more while admiring her gorgeous hat and intense gaze.
6. Hiruzen Sarutobi
Naruto is a popular anime series.
Despite my reservations about dubbing Hiruzen one of the greatest ninjas of all time, I can’t deny that he was a formidable old man.
He was regarded as a father figure in the community. And, despite the fact that he had to make difficult judgments, he appeared to care deeply about his people.
Almost never seen without his signature Hokage cap, it’s clear he put a lot of effort into being the perfect Hokage.
You have to acknowledge that his fight with Orochimaru was one of the most memorable of all time. While the second half was largely comprised of people standing around.
5. Firo Prochainezo
Baccano, from the Baccano anime series
Real guys should not have to live up to Firo’s standards.
They couldn’t even get close to knocking the dude’s hat off the counter, even after taking on four opponents, one of whom had a knife in his hand.
When was the last time you saw him talking to Ennis, the only other girl in his life who isn’t Miria?
In no time at all, he manages to break past her hard demeanor and begin a conversation.
And did I mention that he comes from a well-known and respected family? What hope does anyone have to overcome such odds?
4. Mister Compress
This is an anime series called My Hero Academia
Despite the fact that Mister Compress is often overlooked, he’s actually one of the best villains in the game.
To the point that it feels like he can one-shot anyone, his power is among the strongest. Moreover, he’s a formidable opponent on the field of combat.
He has the ability to deceive his adversaries and even make a show of someone else’s suffering.
His greatest moment has yet to be depicted on the screen. While that may be the case, I still think this top-hatted illusionist deserves a shoutout.
Cartoons: The Dragon Maid of Miss Kobayashi
As a result, I’m renouncing Christianity and joining the Church of Lucoa.
Even if she was expelled due to the booze incident, I’m willing to overlook it.
In the face of Lucoa’s calm demeanor, it’s hard to believe she’s ever been stressed. Because she was inquisitive, she became a slave to a kid conducting a demonic ritual.
Readers who are well-educated will be able to recognize another strong aspect about this character.
2. Monkey D. Luffy
Toshio Abe’s One Piece
Even though I previously stated that I preferred Ace’s style and maturity, the character of Luffy is simply too well-known to leave out of my list.
Luffy, like every legendary shounen protagonist, is unable to stop fighting. Even if he’s coughing out his left lung, he’ll muster the strength and determination to defend his nakamas.
Even if you know what’s about to happen (punching a Celestial Dragon in the face serious), you still get shivers watching him.
1. Joutarou Kuujou
The Stardust Crusaders: JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
My favorite JoJo character is young Joseph, but Kuujou’s raw badass appeal puts him in a close second.
Everything about him exudes serenity and serendipity. He continually comes up with brilliant, yet unexpected ideas.
And he’s never showed any real signs of weakness in the face of any challenge. He’s the embodiment of self-assurance, testosterone, and sex appeal, all wrapped together in one.