Who are the most well-off anime characters ever? It’s time to take a look at the 15 most affluent anime characters!
Because the characters in anime are so relatable, many anime viewers appreciate the genre. Although some people’s personalities you can relate to, you could have a difficult time understanding some people’s financial situation. Most people, even those who are wealthy in real life, have a hard time associating to anime’s true one percent.
There’s nothing these cartoon characters can do to make your pocketbook happier than sending out empty checks or paying off trillion-dollar national debts. The wealthiest characters in anime are on our list, so be careful not to lament your good fortune.
Despite the fact that the original list includes notable characters who were wealthy, many more have since appeared who are just as wealthy. Five more items have been added, and the list has been rearranged to reflect the changes.
1. Elf Yamada Is One Of The Richest Light Novel Authors (Eromanga Sensei)
In contrast to Masamune, Elf Yamada is a well-known author of light novels. Because her light novels were so highly received, she was able to purchase the abandoned mansion next door to Masamune’s house despite the fact that she frequently completed them at the last minute or even missed deadlines.
With her light novel sales alone, she’s also well enough off to take Masamune and other authors on a beach vacation at the end of the series without worrying about her finances.
2. Kei Takishishima Is An Incredibly Wealthy High Schooler (Special A)
It follows a group of elite students known as Special A who have achieved their status via their academic achievements, for those who haven’t seen the anime from 2008. At school, Kei Takishishima is the top student and, based on appearances alone, the wealthiest member of the main cast.
Kei’s financial standing as a high school student is impressive, to say the least, since he went from writing a blank check to buy a house on a whim to building a village-sized estate.
3. Tamaki Suoh Is Rich In Both Charisma & Finances (Ouran High School Host Club)
Many young anime fans were introduced to the world of the affluent and bored through the story of a host club for wealthy kids in Ouran High School Host Club. Tamaki Suoh, a student at a private school for the rich, is unquestionably at the top of the food chain because of his extraordinary wealth and magnetic personality.
As Haruhi introduces Tamaki to the world of “commoner things,” he grows more and more enamored with those less-than-bourgeoisie foods and activities.
4. Faris NyanNyan Owns Her Own Maid Café (Steins;Gate)
A part-time employee and the proprietor of her own maid café, Faris NyanNyan, a.k.a. Rumiho Akiha, works part-time. Her butler is named Kuroki, and she hails from a wealthy family that owns much of Akihabara. Faris, on the other hand, kept her fortune a secret out of worry that she would be treated differently if she did.
Due to her wealth, she was unable to confide in anybody but Kuroki and a few other people as a child.
5. Bulma Had An Extremely Wealthy Father (Dragon Ball)
Bulma is a character that many people associate with their own childhood memories of watching anime. The fact that she comes from an affluent family is much more difficult to cover up.
Bulma’s father was the developer of the capsule technology, which revolutionized the transportation of things by making them small enough to fit in a pocket. It’s no surprise that Bulma is the richest character on the show because she’s the only child of Dr. Briefs.
6. Yumeko Jabami Brought Ten Million Yen To School (Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler)
When Yumeko Jabami first faced Mary Saotome in Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler, she had ten million yen in her school bag.
Throughout the series, she was a good gambler, winning a number of games and often leaving her opponents in debt as a result. After seeing through her opponents’ schemes, she was able to simply counter them in games.
The fact was that she was aware that her joy in annihilating her adversaries was irrational, and she was even ashamed of the indifference she had shown to those she had forced into debt.
7. Roswaal L. Mathers Has A Mansion Big Enough To Fit A Town’s Worth Of Citizens (Re: Zero)
A aristocratic family in the Dragon Kingdom of Lugnica, Roswaal’s ancestors belonged to the Mathers. There were numerous rooms in his mansion, and at one time in Re: Zero it was proposed that he should let people from a neighboring village to take refuge there—meaning that it was large enough to accommodate an entire town’s population.
Roswaal Mansion Lord, Mathers Margrave, and Lugnica’s Court Mage are all titles he has held because of his financial power and magical prowess.
8. Ciel Phantomhive Owns A Toy Company & Is The Sole Phantomhive Heir (Black Butler)
Even though the rich are said to sell their souls to the devil in a lot of jokes, the jokes in Black Butler might be a little too true for certain people. Ciel became the lone heir to the Phantomhive family name after the terrible deaths of both of his parents and the burning down of their estate. Ciel then became the proprietor of the Funtom Corporation, a well-known toy firm in the globe, as a result.
Ciel is one of England’s wealthiest citizens despite his tender age of 13 years. Even in the face of sorrow, he was able to build his family’s reputation and fortune (albeit with a considerable amount of his achievements being credited to Sebastian).
9. Daisuke Kambe Has Seemingly Unlimited Money (The Millionaire Detective – Balance: Unlimited)
The Millionaire Detective -Balance: Unlimited trailer from earlier this year drew a lot of interest on social media, notably for the title’s opulent detective. Due to the current circumstances, the anime’s run was placed on hold after only two episodes. However, the first two episodes reveal Daisuke Kambe’s rich life.
Although Daisuke is called a millionaire in the title, it is possible for him to spend a billion dollars to an Arab prince and yet have an infinite balance. His big jet and ability to pay for any damage he inflicts are just the beginning of this character’s overpowering financial powers alone.
10. Robert E. O. Speedwagon Is The Wealthy Founder Of The Speedwagon Foundation (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure)
Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure is set in an expansive world created by Hirohiko Araki, but one of the characters seems to have more money than the rest of the ensemble. Despite the fact that Robert E. O. Speedwagon appears primarily in seasons one and two of the show, his influence may be seen throughout the entire run.
A strong and prominent organization that has ties to the underworld and the supernatural was founded by Robert using money he earned from selling oil in America.
11. Seto Kaiba Was Adopted By A Billionaire & Runs A Whole Company (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
Many people, whether die-hard fans or casual viewers, grew up watching Yu-Gi-Oh.
In the original series, Seto Kaiba was regarded as one of the best duelists in the world, as well as a person to admire for his deck and card game influence.
Even if his strategic brilliance may have a role in that influence, he was adopted by a billionaire and started his own company before he graduated from high school. Because he was the one who created the immersive virtual experience of Duel Monsters, fans can’t hold it against Kaiba that he’s rich.
12. Sinbad Is A Former King & Head Of The Most Powerful Trading Company (Magi: The Labyrinth Of Magic)
Sinbad is the former king of Sindria, the World Innovator, the head of the International Alliance, and the president of the Sindria Commercial Company, the world’s most powerful trading firm. As a result of Sinbad’s illustrious career, fame and fortune followed him everywhere he went.
According to the fact that he has so many resources and contacts, as well as political power, it is safe to assume that he is immensely affluent. On top of everything else, he held a lot of clout in Magi: The Labyrinth Of Magic because he was the former King of Sindria.
13. Kaguya Shinomiya Is The Daughter Of One Of The Richest Men In Japan (Kaguya-Sama: Love is War)
We learn right away in the opening scene of Kaguya-Sama: Love is War that Kaguya is opulently wealthy. The spectator learns immediately from her perspective as the daughter of one of Japan’s wealthiest men that you can buy just about anything, but love doesn’t appear to follow that rule.
Like many others, Kaguya’s wealth might be regarded as a weakness at times, as she was brought up in an isolated environment. As a result, Kaguya lacked expertise in a wide range of areas, including basic common sense. As the story progressed, her enormous fortune proved to be a significant barrier to her romantic desire.
14. Nagi Sanzenin Is The Sole Heiress To The Sanzenin Fortune (Hayata the Combat Butler)
Even among the wealthy, there is a point at which one is so well-off that it is absurd to think about having that much money at their disposal. Nagi Sanzenin has a position of prominence among the rich and famous.
It is because of her status as the lone heir to the Sanzenin fortune that the anime’s central theme is derived. While 20 trillion yen may be a lot of money, it’s only logical that her life is continuously in risk.
15. Mina Tepes Bought An Entire Island Off The Coast Of Japan (Dance in the Vampire Bund)
Vampire queen Mina Tepes is the most opulent anime character to date. There are some financial transactions in Mina’s life that go beyond that of the wealthiest royalty.
It’s impossible to quantify precisely how much money she has at her disposal, from buying a whole island off the coast of Japan for her vampire kingdom to paying off the Japanese national debt worth 40 trillion yen. Moreover, her opulent way of living in the anime shows that she is never short of cash. The life of the undead appears to have a lot to admire.