Top 10 Anime Characters With Heterochromia That You Should Know Update 02/2024

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If you’re looking for characters with unusual physical characteristics like gravity defying haircuts or vibrantly colored hair, look no farther than the amazing world of anime. Those characters with heterochromia will be the center of our attention today.

The term “heterochromia” refers to a variation in the eye’s color. In most cases, it is a genetic feature, but it can also be caused by specific diseases or accidents.. When it comes to anime, satanic contracts are just one example of how someone’s eyes can look different.

These characters’ peculiar eyes will now be examined.

10. Tet from No Game No Life

Tet from No Game No Life

There are a total of twelve episodes.

Aired from April to June of 2014.

Tet is Disboard’s lone true god, the embodiment of all that is good and just in the gaming universe. When you’re in charge of such a vibrant area as this, it’s no wonder that he has unique features. His eyes aren’t just multicolored and heterochromatic; they’re psychedelic.

There’s a golden diamond in his right eye and a spade in his left, which is purple with a little blue mixed in. That’s right up the god of play’s alley.

9. Neko from K

The number of episodes is 13

October 2012 to December 2012

Strain and Silver Clansman, this feline is. As a result of Neko’s actions, Yashiro and the other pupils at Ashinaka High School have experienced memory loss. Despite the fact that she has a blue right eye and a green left one, she doesn’t appear to have a distinct personality.

Neko is a bubbly and exuberant young lady with a voracious hunger. She like fish almost as much as she enjoys Shiro, which is no surprise. Also, she’s childlike, but she’s very protective of Shiro, even while he’s in danger.

8. Soushi Miketsukami from Inu x Boku SS

Soushi Miketsukami from Inu x Boku SS

There are a total of twelve episodes.

The show aired between January and March of 2012.

A nine-tailed spirit fox, Soushi is SS’s most powerful member and the only one who can see the future. It’s possible that his mismatched eyes are a result of his youkai / human admixture. His right eye is blue, and his left eye is gold. To be honest, we’re not sure if the differences in his eyes imply anything or are merely cosmetic.

Designers did a great job if that was the plan all along. His sparkling eyes and black clothing make Soushi a sight to behold. His appearance is perfectly suited to his role as a sensitive gentleman.

7. Kurumi Tokisaki from Date a Live

There are a total of twelve episodes.

As of April to June of this year,

Kurumi is a terrifying loli goth. She’s the most ferocious and fearsome force in the universe. Her right eye is dark red, while her left eye is golden with a clock embedded in the middle of it. When she looks at herself in the mirror, she sees a clock in her left eye that symbolizes her “time.”

Her bipolarity appears to be reflected in her heterochromia, as it is in most characters with this trait. Thousands of individuals have been slaughtered by Kurumi, a vengeful and terrible spirit. In spite of this, she has the ability to appear innocent and nice to the outside world. And little creatures aren’t the only thing that makes her heart melt. It’s a big mystery. She might be hiding something from us.

6. Seijuro Akashi from Kuroko no Basket (3rd season)

Seijuro Akashi from Kuroko no Basket (3rd season)

There are a total of 25 episodes.

From January 2015 till June 2015

The “generation of miracles” at the court is led by Akashi, who is the most dreaded member. In addition to being the current captain of Rakuzan, he was also the captain of the Teiko basketball team. Having grown up with a strong winning attitude, he developed a ruthless personality that made him unstoppable when the other members of the generation of miracles threatened to shadow him.

His eyes, which are a reflection of his erratic moods, are paler and more gleaming on the left than on the right. His “Emperor Eye,” which allows him to foresee his opponents’ next moves, is derived from his left eye’s oddity.

5. Kaneki Ken from Tokyo Ghoul

There are a total of twelve episodes.

From July to September of this year

The incident that turned Kaneki into a maniacal flesh-eating monster was the cause of his heterochromia. Whenever his ghoul side is activated, his left eye transforms into one like that of a ghoul’s.

Because he must conceal the ghoul’s eye during the day, he is known as “gantai” (eye patch). In his role as a ghoul, he wears his mask in the opposite direction, obscuring his human eye. In other words, this dichotomy in his eyes symbolizes the two opposites that reside within him.

4. Ciel Phantomhive from Kuroshitsuji / Black Butler

Ciel Phantomhive from Kuroshitsuji

There are a total of 24 episodes.

The show aired from October 2008 until March 2009.

The Phantomhive House is led by Ciel Phantomhive. Rich and egotistical, he is obsessed with retaliation against those who have deceived him and his loved ones. Those who tormented and tortured him as a child forced him to enter into an agreement with a demon, Sebastian.

Ciel’s right eye has been permanently scarred as a result of this deal. In contrast to his blue left eye, the mark of the Faustian contract is a bold and shiny purple tint. Because of apparent reasons, he is forced to wear an eye patch over his right eye. It’s a pity that this happened.

3. Kakashi Hatake from Naruto

More than 220.

From October 2002 through February 2007

We can’t talk about gantais without mentioning Kakashi. He is a member of the Hatake clan, one of the most accomplished ninjas in Konohagakure. During the Third Shinobi World War, his left eye was injured and as a result, he now possesses heterochromatic eyes.

He has a sharingan in lieu of his natural left eye, which he keeps hidden under his mask when not in use. He now has a bright red left eye, which contrasts with the dull black of his right eye. Kakashi’s powers are enhanced by the sharingan, as well as his personality and features.

2. Lelouch Lamperouge from Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch / Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion

Lelouch Lamperouge-Code Geass

Duration: October 2006 till July 2007.

Like his father, the Black Prince was born with vivid violet eyes. However, he was given the Geass, the power of kings, by C.C., and he used it to his advantage. The Geass had his left eye turn a shade of magenta with the luminous bird-shape emblem, making it even more eye-catching.

Lelouch’s double-sided nature is shown by the hue variation in his eyes. Despite his deceptive and manipulative nature, he can pass himself off as a friendly and pleasant patrician student.

1. Misaki Mei from Another

The show aired between January and March of 2012.

Misaki Mei tops our list of gantai, because she’s both beautiful and a little frightening at the same time. In the right eye, she has a rusty brown tint, while in the left, she has a bright green. Glass is used to create the green pupil of this eye. When she was just four years old, she lost her left eye to an illness, so her adoptive mother gave her a glass eye as a substitute.

In the opinion of Misaki’s adoptive mother, having identical eyes would be tedious. Even though she wears an eye patch most of the time to cover up her false eye, she still appears beautiful. Whether it’s the color difference or what she can see with that eye, we’re not sure what bothers her more.

The top 10 characters with heterochromia/odd eyes are now complete. Eyes of different colors in anime characters can be caused by a variety of things, from contact lenses and eye replacements to transplants and magical contracts, as previously stated. Instead of questioning the veracity of the heterochromatic condition, we are awed by the dazzling beauty of these characters’ mismatched eyes.