Astrology is rarely, if ever, the subject of anime series, which makes sense given the wide range of genres that anime covers. Japan has its own interpretations of astrology that are distinct from Western interpretations of astrology. Because Japanese anime characters have birthdays, but they aren’t usually correlated with astrological signs, this is what we’ll do for you.
We’ll be focusing on characters born under the zodiac sign of Virgo in this article. A total of 10 Virgo characters will be included in this list, ranked according to their overall appeal. Characters from a variety of different series, as well as characters of all genders, races, and so forth will be included on the list, but they will all share the same astrological sign.
When Are Virgo Born?
According to the Western calendar, those born under the sign of Virgo are born between August 23 and September 22. Analytical, kind, hard-working, and realistic are some of the characteristics of those born under this sign. Virgos, according to horoscopes, are overly anxious and dislike being the focus of attention. They are also recognized for their modesty, faithfulness, quietness, and ability to persuade others. Virgos are also recognized for their sharp minds, and they excel in fields such as the arts, literature, and mathematics, as well as in-depth projects.
Best Virgo Anime Characters
There will be a total of 20 characters on the list, rated from 20th to 1st on the basis of their popularity and likeability across various anime shows. We’ll tell you a little bit about each character as we move through the list.
10. Kouzou Fuyutsuki – Neon Genesis Evangelion
Gend’s right-hand man and NERV’s second-in-command. While working as an assistant professor at Kyoto’s University of Metaphysical Biology, he met Yui and Gend. Only in him does the commander have entire faith in NERV. He is a man of few emotions, yet when he disagrees with anything his superior is doing, he does not hold back in expressing his displeasure.
9. Kaneda – Akira
This drug-seeking, macho, greedy, gluttonous, and at times cowardly petty criminal is lured into Kei’s fight against the military agenda when he meets his friend and head of their motorbike gang, Tetsuo. It’s only fury and a desire for revenge that drive him to take on Tetsuo in his battle against the mutant.
As his love for Kei matures and his encounters with mutant powers (including a time jump) continue, he begins to think more critically about himself and the world around him. – as well as to accept accountability. “Le Grand Empire de Tokyo,” where young people will develop their own worlds, was founded by him as a last resort.
8. Tomoyo Daidouji – Cardcaptor Sakura
Tomoyo is obsessed with photography. In addition, Sakura, his best friend and second cousin, is his greatest role model. She’s smart, she sings beautifully, and she’s an observer. She’ll figure out Sakura’s secret by recording the sky one night. Sakura’s fight outfits are her favorite thing to make, and she enjoys filming Sakura’s performances as much as she can.
She is Sakura’s closest companion (and always tries to help her in the most difficult times in honor of this sincere and long friendship). Her father is the CEO of a large corporation, and her mother is Sonomi Daidji, a distant cousin of Sakura Kinomoto’s mother, Nadeshiko Daidji. Nonetheless, Tiffany has been threatened by the cards in some instances (shield, song, and voice).
7. Zakuro Fujiwara – Tokyo Mew Mew
The oldest of the Mew mew, Zakuro, is 19. She is a well-known actress, singer, and model in Japan, and she is a role model for countless other young women, including Minto Aizawa. Zakuro, on the other hand, is a chilly, quiet, and solitary person in real life, despite how she appears in front of the admirers.
He has a tendency to be really harsh at times. In contrast to most people, she has a startling amount of wisdom and intelligence. She isn’t as icy as she appears since on rare instances she shows kindness to her friends. A lot of people don’t know that Zakuro has a lot of empathy for those close to him, but she does.
6. Hange Zoë – Attack on Titan
Previously, she served as the fourth squad’s leader. In addition to being an excellent researcher, her high IQ qualifies her to work on innovative projects involving Titans and Half-Titans like Eren. Hange’s scientific prowess, like Armin’s, is essential to the military. Hange, unlike the rest of the human race, is able to empathize with the pain of the giants because she has a unique perspective on the problem.
Because of his work, we now know that the titans are descended from humans. Hange took up all of Erwin’s duties as exploration battalion commander, including expedition planning and recruitment, after he was promoted to Major. Marley and Paradis form an alliance after the Revelio battle, and it is she who is the driving force behind the alliance’s success in defeating an adversary more powerful than them.
5. Makoto Sunakawa – Ore Monogatari!
In Takeo’s eyes, he’s like a brother to him. Friends since kindergarten, they live next to each other in the same neighborhood. Takeo, on the other hand, exudes elegance, sophistication, and sophistication. He is the center of attention for every girl, yet he has no desire to commit to a relationship. To assist Takeo in his new romance with Rinko, this man’s primary responsibility is to lend a hand.
4. Doraemon – Doraemon
As a robot cat from the 22nd century, Doraemon was brought to Tokyo in the past to rescue Nobita Nobi, a little boy who was accused of causing financial woes for his family. Matsushiba Robot Factory produced him on July 14, 2112; he was born on September 3, 2112, and was yellow and white with ears (like all robot cats of his generation).
His ears were eaten by mice, therefore he has no ears. He is social, optimistic, intellectual, and sensitive (but irritable and irascible), and he wears a golden bell around his neck. Doraemon was turned blue as a result of the stress he experienced from these animals.
The four-dimensional pocket carried by Doraemon contains a variety of unique items (22nd-century gadgets that can do amazing things). Even if there are other devices of the same name in use, each episode’s name is usually always derived from one device.
3. Ami Mizuno – Sailor Moon
While Sailor Mercury’s father is only known to be a painter who travels the world to deliver his daughter his artwork, her mother is a doctor. She is a dedicated student who takes her education very seriously. After a while, she manages to break out of her shell. To transform into Sailor Mercury, her guardian planet Mercury is the planet of water and her powers are tied to the gaseous and solid and liquid states of water, which is why she can shift into Sailor Mercury.
As an added benefit, she can locate and study the tactics used by her foes thanks to her sailor fuku’s microphone, microcomputer, and visor-screen (formerly known as Mercury Goggles). Swimming, chess, reading, and studying are among her favorite pastimes, as does playing chess. Her hair is a dark shade of blue, and her eyes are a similar shade.
2. Kakashi Hatake – Naruto
Kakashi had shown signs of arrogance and presumption since his childhood, when, following in the footsteps of his father’s death, he began to adhere to the strict ninja code of conduct, which prioritizes mission success over the well-being of his teammates and the observance of any and all rules.
As a result of the reported death of his friend Obito on a mission, Kakashi changed, becoming more like him in certain ways, especially when it comes to more teamwork, which is why he submits his trainees to the bell test now. The new Kakashi has a more upbeat personality, although he is still a solitary and withdrawn figure despite this.
When it comes to his accomplishments, he doesn’t seem to show any symptoms of arrogance that he shown in his childhood. On the contrary, he appears to be incredibly humble on many instances. Even in the most difficult situations, such as the fight with Zabuza, his calm and calmness aid him much.
In addition, Kakashi states that everyone he cares about has passed away, including himself. Aside from visiting the Fallen Leaf Village memorial where his colleagues Rin and Obito are encased, we know little about his private life. Even though he may appear shallow or uncaring, he has proven himself to be a responsible person on many occasions, despite being a chronic latecomer and taking a disinterested attitude toward other people’s presentations.
1. Kaworu Nagisa – Neon Genesis Evangelion
The 17th Angel is shown to be one of the “Fifth Children.” While he’s an important part of the show, he only appears in one episode before he’s slain. You can’t help but fall in love with Kaworu’s demeanor. His friendship with Shinji blossoms during his brief stay at NERV. He reveals his real empathy as a cross-species parent to the young man.
He is ordered to kill him by Kaworu for the sake of humanity, but Kaworu thanks him for helping him understand the human heart. Finally, Shinji gives in, renouncing all of his ideals and sentiments in the process, but he will never forgive his father for pressuring him into this decision.