The admiral’s advice was spot on. Like the galaxy of Star Wars, our favorite anime world has its own pitfalls. However, the differences between these two types of traps are considerable.
What Exactly is a Trap?
In anime, the bait is usually in the form of a particular character, therefore I’d call it a ruse rather than a trap.
An Anime Trap is a character that has the appearance of a certain gender but does not actually belong to that particular gender. To put it another way, a man or woman who appears to be the other gender confounds the audience.
Some of these traps are just plain bothersome, while others leave you dumbfounded and utterly dejected. We’ll go through some of the most common ones in the anime world in this list.
Let’s escape out of these snares right now!
10. Hato Kenjirou From Genshiken Nidaime
The anime’s protagonist, Hato, is a young boy who has a talent for crossdressing.
He goes to school as a boy and attends Genshiken meetings disguised as a girl.
He has long brown hair with bangs and large pale brown eyes when he is dressed as a woman. He accessorizes with a floral blouse and a blue jacket.
9. Honjo Kamatari From Rurouni Kenshin
Rurouni Kenshin’s supporting character, Honjo, is a samurai. He’s a transvestite who’s proud of his womanly persona and sense of style.
Brown eyes and short brown hair make him a lovely little guy. As far as I can tell, it’s an all-green, all-yellow, all-purple ensemble. His voice and demeanor both lend itself to the notion that he’s a flirty and cheery guy.
8. Haku From Naruto
Haku is a ninja from the Kirigakure in the Naruto series as a supporting character. Assassin from Kirigakure Zabuza’s subordinate, he is shown to be Zabuza’s lieutenant.
Black hair and brilliant brown eyes make him stand out. He has light complexion and a thin body resembling that of a woman. All Naruto fans, I’m sure, were left scratching their heads at this twist.
7. Fisheye From Sailor Moon SuperS
The next character we have is Fisheye from Sailor Moon, one of the most well-known anime series. Fisheye is unquestionably a man, but his features are more feminine-looking than those of some of the ladies in the world.
He has a small face and a small build for a man. His hair and eyes are both a vivid shade of blue. He’s clearly taken aback by these feminine characteristics.
6. Tsukimiya Ringo From Uta No Prince-sama
Honour be to Tsukimiya, the world’s most famous transgender idol. You won’t trust anyone who says he’s a crossdresser if you see him dressed as a lady.
While disguised as a lady, he has long and wavy pink hair and a lovely yellow turtleneck with long sleeves and black leggings.
5. Hime Arikawa From Himegoto
Himegoto is an ecchi-comedy anime in which Hime is the protagonist. Hime is a young male who takes on the persona of a woman in order to pay off debts.
When he’s not wearing it in two long tails, his bright pink hair falls to his waist. His blue eyes complete the look. This makes him look even more like a little girl because he is so thin.
4. Hideyoshi Kinoshita From Baka & Test: Summon the Beasts
In Baka and Test: Summon the Beasts, Hideyoshi is known for his ability to play both male and female characters equally well. He’s one of the most popular students in Fumizuki High School.
The only difference between him and his twin sister is the color of his hair. It’s a short, brown hairstyle. His small face is framed by a pair of side bangs. Acting is his passion and he’s a member of the school’s Drama Club.
3. Saika Totsuka From Oregairu
Oregairu is a wonderful school-based love comedy. It’s filled with fascinating personalities, each of them contains a unique trap.
It’s impossible to doubt Saika because he appears and behaves like a little girl.
Saika is an excellent leader because of her love of sports and charisma. The Tennis Club is led by him. His curling eyelashes and short, lovely grey hair give him a girly look.
2. Mariya Shidou From Maria†Holic
Maria Holic’s protagonist, Mariya, is the next character to be introduced. Seeing him in a female costume, you wouldn’t be able to tell that he’s actually a man.
On his collar is a crimson ribbon wrapped in a bow tie, which serves as his uniform’s bow tie. He has light blonde hair that is parted in the middle, with bangs framing his forehead and twin tails extending from either side of his chin to his waist.
1. Ruka Urushibara From Steins; Gate
Ruka is a master of deception. It’s hard to realize it’s a trap when you see his short, curly brown hair and adorable tiny face.
His short hair is pinned back with a lovely safety pin in the shape of a skull-face, and he wears huge purple eyes. His feminine features are accentuated by his slender and lanky frame.