10 Best Bunny Suit Anime Characters That You Should Watching Update 05/2022

Bunny Suit Anime Characters

Since the dawn of time, animated films have been able to capture the adorableness of half-human, half-anime female characters.

There’s no disputing that a good number of Bugs Bunnies have been transformed into Bugs Honeys.

As a result, we’re going to take a look at a wide variety of anime that suit this mold, and we’ll rank the best (and cutest) bunny chicks in anime.

10. Nashetania Loei Piena Augustra

Nashetania Loei Piena Augustra

Rokka no Yuusha (Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers)

It’s a challenge to cope with a princess with such a long name, but the effort is well worth it.

She’s obviously a force to be reckoned with, given that she has both the adorable bunny ears and CGI swords to back it up.

In particular, I appreciate that she isn’t a one-note character; she adjusts her demeanor depending on the situation. And she’s been a bit of a wild card ever since she made her debut.

Other than a tsundere, I can’t think of anyone else who flirts and has fun by hurling magic swords at you.

9. Kurousagi

Is there an anime series called Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?

Kaneki’s Marie Antoinette condition is well-known. Prepare yourself for the “how can she pull off both pink and blue hair so well?” syndrome.

Kurosagi, despite having both pink and blue hair, is referred to as the “black rabbit” because of this. In addition, he serves as the show’s central character.

I find her ridiculous because she’s quickly agitated, ready to declare war, and can always be stopped by tugging on her earlobes..

She’s also a lovely rabbit. There are those out there that trust in the best in others even when it’s clearly not a good idea. I mean, she had her legs auctioned off alone.

8. Yoshino

Yoshino - Dating an Actual Person

“Dating an Actual Person”

Yoshino, on the other hand, is a little less “bunny girl” in appearance. But wait a second.

She never leaves home without her trusty rabbit puppet, for fear of re-starting the Ice Age.

To be honest, I haven’t seen anything like this since the split between Sora and Shio.

Moreover, she’s dressed in the cutest clothing, complete with oversized floppy bunny ears.

To say she’s adorable would be a gross understatement. Also, her moe meter is at an all-time high.

7. Meroko Yui

Full Moon wa Sagashite

We’re about to meet the one and only Shinibunny, the bunny god of death.

The reason I included Meroko on my list is because she’s a fun and a half to watch.

I have to admit that her love life is like a soap opera, and I can’t resist getting some popcorn.

Aside from the obvious, she’s a compassionate and mature representation of death, providing us lots of endearing moments as she flutters around Izumi and Takuto and some melancholy fuel for when a certain someone goes all Katy Perry hot and cold.

6. Reisen Udongein Inaba

Reisen Udongein Inaba

In the world of anime, this is Touhou Niji Sousaku Doujin. It’s a Musou Kakyou anime

This holiday tradition is celebrated in some countries. It’s not just us that believe in the Moon Bunny.

A cute girl, to be exact, has just arrived to deliver the later of the two.

Did I also mention that this Lunar Rabbit possesses a Sharingan in the form of its tail?

Before the cliff dive, you know how much power you have. She is able to manipulate light and sound waves to create illusions. Kaguya is also the name of her master.

No, she is not a Uchiha at all. Also, kudos to Tewi Inaba, who is always a pleasure to work with.

5. Rito Tsukimi

The Absolute Duo of Anime.

This character was extremely hard to write because the writers couldn’t determine if they wanted Tsukimi to be cute and cuddly or sadistic and depraved. So they opted for both.

I’m not going to lie, I was swayed by her ploy at first.

I was sure she would be the sweetest thing ever, what with her bunny ears, fluffy tail, and go-go-go attitude.

I had to reevaluate that assertion when she became more serious.

Can we just take a moment to appreciate her “All Might” moment after defending the school and giving her children the thumbs up?.. It was an epic occasion and a figure of epic proportions.

4. Tabane Shinonono

Tabane Shinonono

Animation: Infinite Strokes

Tabane is a whirlwind of a person, bursting with life.

She seemed to be rushing about all the time, beaming with joy.

Particularly if Houki, Chifuyu, or Ichika are in the picture.

It’s hard to argue with her when she says she’s a genius. She always seems to be having the time of her life.

Just as Tobane can’t get enough of her sister Houki (the queen of tsundere) for her “plan,” her sister is unable to help but dole out heavenly wrath on Tobane herself.

She’s hardly the most nuanced character, in my opinion. She is, nevertheless, endearing and uplifting to be around.

3. Alice Shiratori

Moetan, the anime

I’ve learned this lesson from pop culture: taking off your spectacles should drastically alter your look.

What I’ve learned from anime is that flip phones are almost always wonderful.

Our Alice is the result of all this information.

She appears to be an ordinary teenage girl at first impression. With the flick of a phone, she becomes a magical girl with rabbit ears and bushy tails.

Let’s not get distracted by the fact that her hair also changes color.

2. Haru

Haru - Beastar

the Beastars anime

Maybe she’s not what you anticipate from a bunny chick after all. But she’s a bunny with human emotions, in a literal sense.

Human emotions are portrayed in a way that is, frankly, a bit too genuine.

Haru not only converts a significant section of the audience to furry fandom in that single scene, but he also significantly advances the plot.

In spite of her many difficulties, she carries herself with grace and elan.

She’s a terrific role model since she was born “weak,” but she refuses to let that stop her from fighting back and holding her own.

As one of the more nuanced and intriguing romantic relationships in anime, that between her and Legoshi is a work of art.

1. Mai Sakurajima

Yarou wa bunny girl Senpai no Yume wo Minai is the name of the anime.

Mai is just a normal girl who wears a bunny suit from time to time.

“Bunny girl” is in the title, and therefore, it counts.

Because she’s the mother of character writing, I wanted to include her on this list as well.

When it comes to Mai and why she wears her bunny costume, I don’t want to discuss it because I think it’s best to watch the show without any prior knowledge of it.