Anime characters aren’t always wearing garments, fancy armor, school uniform or martial arts uniform.
Sometimes they wanna chill, relax, kick back, and wear something casual.
Other times that’s their “normal” dress code, and they don’t wear much of anything else.
Here’s some anime characters just like that. Many who wear hoodies often or on occasion.
Anime Characters With Hoodies:
1. Princess Hibana (Fire Force)
Hibana is one of the few characters in
In the beginning of the anime, Hibana is seen to have given up on certain ideas. Especially when it comes to the path of positivity.
She has a villain phase which suits her, but she later goes back to being a leader and one who demands success.
Like Erza Scarlet, she’s not one to take bullsh*t from anyone. And sets high standards for herself.
2. Khamsin (Shakugan No Shana)
He’s a quiet, laid back, easy going character always seen wearing a
Out of all the Flame Haze, Khamsin is probably the kindest and most understanding. But far from a pushover.
3. Chizuru Mizuhara (Rent A Girlfriend)
Chizuru Mizuhara (or Ichinose) is a woman who wears all kinds of outfits. It goes with her work.
She’s a rental girlfriend, so at times she changes up her style to match the “pretend” date she’s having with guys.
When she’s at home and chilling though, she pulls out the
4. Yu Otosaka (Charlotte)
Yu Otosaka is a bit of a delinquent in the beginning of Charlotte. After meeting Nao, he changes for the better.
She straightens his attitude out, and gives him a fix that he’s later grateful for in the anime.
In general, Yu’s a guy who’s easily bored of things if they don’t stay interesting enough. And needs something dynamic.
He wears a
5. Hinata Hyuga (Naruto)
Hinata Hyuga wears a
Her signature Hyuga clothing is just like that. And her hoodies change a little as the anime makes progress.
Hinata’s too known for me to explain, but she’s one of the more gentle, empathetic and underrated anime characters.
She may as well have been a main protagonist!
6. Rin Okumura (Blue Exorcist)
Rin Okumura from Blue Exorcist is a protagonist you don’t hear much of these days. The anime is decent, but it never went too far.
There needs to be another season.
Rin’s aggressive, and snappy, but loyal to a fault based on his upbringing and story. In a way, he’s like Yuichiro from Owari No Seraph.
7. Mikaela Hyakuya (Owari No Seraph)
Mikaela Hyakuya is a human turned vampire in Owari No Seraph. He grows up in the same man settlement as Yuichiro, where they’re child slaves.
After saving Yuichiro’s life in episode 1 and allowing him to escape, Mika isn’t killed but instead used.
He’s always seen wearing a white
Mika’s more emotional and sensitive than other characters in the series.
8. Kyoko Sakura (Madoka Magica)
Kyoko Sakura is cold and doesn’t care about anything other than herself. That is how she appears to others at first glance.
She does say though that she lives for herself and holds herself accountable. She’s independent.
Her backstory is tragic, and she shares it while wearing a
9. Asahi Kobe (Happy Sugar Life)
Asahi Kobe has to be the most depressing character in Happy Sugar Life. In the end, he’s the one who suffers the most.
He tries his best to find and help his little sister, but it never seems to work out for him.
One thing he has is hope and a desire to do the right thing, despite his pain. And he’s relatable. Always wearing a
10. Keyaru (Redo Of Healer)
Keyaru doesn’t always wear a
This is shown in the first episode, right before he uses his healing magic to redo time so he can get revenge.
When Keyaru’s not wearing
11. Ai Ohto (Wonder Egg Priority)
Ai Ohto almost always wears a
Ai Ohto is a shut-in NEET, and I think this plays a part in her wearing a
I think a little of that is shown in the first episode of Wonder Egg Priority.
12. Annie Leonhart (Attack On Titan)
Annie is one of the most powerful characters in AOT, even without the transformation.
Her martial arts and fighting style are on point, and most humans can’t f*ck with her in a fight except Mikasa.
Before sh*t hits the fan, Annie keeps her distance and minds her own business. Until the big reveal later.
13. Naegi Makoto (Danganronpa)
Naegi Makoto is one of the characters in the series to wear a
One of them.
Just like Kyoko Kirigiri, Naegi has a level head to some degree and manages to stay sane during all the madness that plays out in the plot.
14. Yuzu Kurosaki (Bleach)
Yuzu Kurosaki, the younger sister of Ichigo Kurosaki. She has screen time whenever Ichigo is at home, away from “soul reaper” business.
Out of Ichigo’s 2 younger sisters, Yuzu is definitely the most pure and kind. And isn’t a troublemaker.
She also likes to wear hoodies as well.
15. Yuji Itadori (Jujutsu Kaisen)
Yuji Itadori eventually has a particular outfit that suits his new role in
One thing that makes Yuji’s outfit stand out is the “hoodie” element. Gojo, his sensei, made sure Yuji’s outfit was like this on purpose.
Yuji’s a part of the childish trio of characters in JJK (Gojo, Nobara). All 3 of them are serious when it counts though.
More so Nobara Kugisaki.
16. Satou Matsuzaka (Happy Sugar Life)
Satou Matsuzaka only wears hoodies on occasion, it’s not too often we get to see it.
She’s a girl who grows up not knowing the true meaning of love, and not experiencing it from family. The love she experiences is toxic.
This shapes and warps parts of her personality, and it’s the source behind the anime’s plot, madness, and disturbed themes.
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