Blue is the rarest of the main eye colors found in the real world. Blue is not a color you cannot see, but due to various genetic factors, it doesn’t manifest that often in real life; it is also not often see on our favorite fictional characters, but we can find it from time to time, especially in anime. In this article, we are going to bring a list of the 25 best blue-eyed anime girls that we know of. We’ll be using different sources and rank them based on their popularity and the general level of awesomeness they represent. The list is going to be pretty diverse, including various characters from various franchises and genres.
1. Usagi Tsukino / Sailor Moon
Franchise: Sailor Moon
Ten thousand years ago, Sailor Moon was still just Princess Serenity, heir to the Silver Millennium, the kingdom on the moon. She is surrounded by Queen Serenity, her mother, and her four bodyguards, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, and Sailor Jupiter, guided by Sailor Venus. Princess Serenity admires the Earth from afar, which she finds absolutely wonderful.
At a ball, she meets Prince Endymion, the Prince of Earth. They fall in love with each other and live their love underground. But one day, Metallia and Queen Beryl manipulate the Terrans, who end up invading the Moon. Prince Endymion comes to Princess Serenity’s rescue, but the two lovers end up perishing along with all the other inhabitants of the Moon.
2. Winry Rockbell
Franchise: Fullmetal Alchemist
Her parents were doctors and had been requisitioned by the army during the Ishbal War. They treated the wounded without distinction of camp, which earned them the respect of all, including the inhabitants of Ishbal. They were unfortunately killed by Scar, who had just regained consciousness after receiving their treatment, gone completely mad when instead of his arm he saw his brother’s.
Since that day, Winry has been raised by her paternal grandmother, Pinako Rockbell, a famous automail maker. Winry is passionate about mechanics and makes it clear to Ed, with the help of a wrench, that his mechanical parts must not be damaged. Despite the fact that she seems aggressive, she worries a lot for Ed and Al. Indeed, if they do not tell her much about their adventures, she realizes that they are putting themselves in danger to achieve their goal.
An oni with blue hair and eyes (an allusion to the famous Japanese tale), and the younger twin sister of Ram, she works with Ram as a servant at Roswaal Manor: she performs her chores and cooks much better than her sister, who is less competent and willing to work. She also has a warmer and more friendly personality than the latter. Unlike her elder, she still has her horn, which allows her to retain all of her powers.
4. Retsu Unohana
Retsu Unohana was the captain of Division 4, one of the founding members of the Gotei 13, and the first Kenpachi, a title given to the captains of Squad 11. Before becoming a captain, Unohana was once regarded as the criminal more diabolical to the grace of Soul Society, being notorious for her sadistic bloodlust for battle.
She invented the “art of killing” and gave herself the name Yachiru Unohana. She had mastered all sorts of fighting arts. Unohana was desperate to find opponents who can give her satisfactory challenges until she fought Kenpachi, whom she regards as stronger than her after being able to give him a scar on his chest. However, for unknown reasons, after becoming the captain of Division 4, Unohana became a soft-spoken woman who never showed discomfort even in the most dangerous situations and when they try demanding situations, she usually responded with sharp-minded solutions.
Franchise: Dragon Ball
Bulma is a good-looking, intelligent, but also stubborn girl, who at the beginning of the story creates the dragon radar to locate the dragon balls. She part of her, therefore, to search for her spheres, running into Goku and, impressed by the strength of the latter, convincing him to join her.
Later, after a long relationship with Yamcha, Bulma marries Vegeta, with whom she will have two children, Trunks and Bra. Throughout the series, she stands out for her technical skills and her inventions. Bulma’s character is based on both the princess from the Dragon Boy manga, and the monk Sanzang, the co-star of the story The Journey to the West.
6. Nico Robin
At age 8, Robin became wanted for 79,000,000 Berrys because of her ability to read poneglyphs. Her ability to read the Poneglyphs is by far her most dangerous quality to the World Government who consider her a huge threat because of it. She was considered extremely powerful and is said to have sunk six Buster Call warships.
All of this, however, was a lie fabricated by the government. These ships were actually destroyed by Haguar D. Sauro after helping Robin escape during the destruction of Ohara. Robin has been a wanted criminal for 22 years and has caused the end of many criminal organizations, until her integration into the Straw Hat Pirates where she now officiates as an Archaeologist.
Although she is a scholar first and not a fighter, Robin is not shy about using violence against her enemies, and according to her has specialized in assassinations, although she has never been seen doing one. . Robin isn’t afraid to use violence as a solution to a problem or to defend herself, and often incapacitates her enemies by breaking their necks or backs (even when they ask for her mercy).
7. Minako Aino / Sailor Venus
Franchise: Sailor Moon
Minako Aino, aka Sailor Venus or Sailor V, is one of the characters in the anime and manga series Sailor Moon as well as its prequel, Codename: Sailor V. She is a high school student who has the power to transform into a Sailor Senshi called “Sailor Venus”, one of the Sailor Senshi of the Solar System, who have protected the protagonist Sailor Moon since the time of the Moon Kingdom.
When Minako Aino meets Usagi Tsukino, who is dedicated to fighting evil as the eponymous heroine of Sailor Moon, Minako herself has already been serving as another mysterious vigilante as well, under the alias “Sailor V”. V joins Sailor Moon’s team, however, she adopts the battle name “Sailor Venus”.
As the series progresses, it is discovered that the reason Minako can transform in this way is that she is actually the reincarnation of Sailor Venus, a Sailor Senshi-type warrior who hailed from the planet Venus and protected the princess of an ancient kingdom called the Silver Millennium in her past life.
On the other hand, while in the manga and anime she is only portrayed as a teenager who dreams of becoming a famous singer, in the live-action series version, in contrast, her character was redesigned to already be (from the beginning) a young celebrity. Minako’s character is first introduced in the prequel manga Codename: Sailor V, where she acts as the protagonist.
In this story, Minako’s origins as “Sailor V” and her first adventures with her inseparable companion, the cat Artemis, are told. Sailor V’s plot is generally consistent with the more recent Sailor Moon series but generally, the two stories are considered separately. Minako later co-starred with Rei Hino (Sailor Mars) in a short story included in the Sailor Moon manga titled “Rei and Minako’s School Battle”.
8. Asuka Langley Sohryu
Franchise: Neon Genesis Evangelion
Selected as the Second Children 9, she piloted unit EVA-02. Daughter of Kyôko Langley Zeppelin and of an unknown father, her ancestry is half American, one-quarter German, and one-quarter Japanese. She lived in Germany where she graduated from university at the age of 14. Asuka is a proud, independent, and apparently very confident young girl. She looks down on those around her and constantly wants to be in the spotlight.
9. Noel Niihashi
Franchise: BURN ☩HE WITCH
Noel is a fairly stoic young woman who responds to most situations with a mixture of seriousness and dry observations. She likes wearing uniforms, as they show others who she is without her having to do it herself, and she prefers others to call her by her first name. However, she also has a slightly goofier and less aloof side.
She likes Balgo Park’s dog Osushi and has treats with her to feed him. She likes Japanese culture a lot, to the point of adopting Noel as her first name because it’s a girl’s first name in Japan, and using the theme song from the Dragon Ball anime as her cell phone ringtone.
10. Ran Mōri
Franchise: Detective Conan
Ran Mōri is a fictional character and the female protagonist of the manga and anime series Detective Conan, created by Gōshō Aoyama. She is temperamentally sweet, mature, intelligent, thoughtful, selfless, and understanding, as can be seen from her approach to Conan and the “Detectives Boys”. At the same time, she is able to quickly intimidate most of the characters when she is angry, becoming very violent.
The young Ran is also a karateka, winner of various prizes and awards; thanks to her skill, she manages to free herself from the thugs and incapacitate them. Ran is Shinichi Kudo’s childhood friend, whom she is in love with, and he is in love with her as well; however, the two cannot become a couple, as Shinichi becomes a child again due to the APTX4869.
Ran’s best friend is Sonoko Suzuki, whom she also met at an early age. Over the course of the series, Ran also becomes very attached to Kazuha Toyama.
11. Ami Mizuno / Sailor Mercury
Franchise: Sailor Moon
Sailor Mercury is the smartest warrior in the bunch, with a gifted IQ of 200 IQ points. Her costume is a shade of blue, and in most adaptations, her top is, unlike other warriors, sleeveless. With her handheld computer and special glasses, she analyzes the situation and determines the attack strategy of the Sailor Warriors. Sailor Mercury masters water in all its forms and is the warrior of water and wisdom. In the days of the ancient Silver Millennium, Sailor Mercury was part of Princess Serenity’s personal guard.
12. Rangiku Matsumoto
She is the lieutenant of the 10th division. She is a beautiful red-haired woman with a strong breast that she highlights with cleavages, and that she does not hesitate to use to achieve her ends (see the landing of the Hitsugaya team at Ichigo). She loves alcohol and does everything to postpone the moments of work. She is a childhood friend of Gin, and she seems to have feelings for him, which are reciprocal. They had been living together since the day Gin found her passed out in Rukongai.
Franchise: Umineko no Naku Koro ni
The Witch of Gold and Infinity, Beatrice is a witch who would have lived over a thousand years, and who is said to often appear in a cloud of golden butterflies. She would have the power to summon the 72 demons described in the Ars Goetia of the Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis as servants. It is also said that humans can invoke it to fulfill their wishes in exchange for compensation. She ended up losing much of her powers and found herself stranded on Rokkenjima Island after meeting Kinzo who demanded the equivalent of 10 tons of gold.
14. Annie Leonhart
Franchise: Attack on Titan
Reserved, cold, and indifferent to everything, Annie seems to be very mature and philosophical for his age, although he does not show it. She comes from Marley just like Reiner and Bertolt. She graduated fourth in the 104th Training Corps and later joined the Military Police, the only one in her class to do so. She has the ability to transform into the Female Titan, with which she will try to capture Eren, although she only causes a slaughter among the members of the Survey Corps.
After the last fight she had with Eren, she crystallizes her body with a practically indestructible material to avoid being captured. Four years later, she is still crystallized and is occasionally visited by Armin. Annie is the protagonist of the light novel Lost Girls, which delves deeper into her past.
Clare is the protagonist. She lost her entire family as a child at the hands of a Yoma, who decided to take her with him on his wanderings as a cover; continually threatened and beaten by her monster Clare lost the ability to speak, and only Teresa’s intervention saved her from the nightmare of violence into which she had fallen.
Since then he flatly refused to leave the side of the warrior, who willy-nilly ended up becoming attached to her. Upon the death of Teresa, the only one to have ever treated her with humanity after the destruction of her family, she vowed to herself to get revenge on her Priscilla, becoming the first in the history of the Organization to voluntarily become a Claymore. Not only her, but she also asked her to “put Teresa’s flesh and blood into her body”: she was satisfied with her.
Clare is in fact the only one among all the warriors to have had the flesh of a Claymore warrior infused and not of a Yoma. The Organization had immediately agreed to Clare’s request because it was interested in the result of such a procedure, but the experiment had no follow-up: in fact, the girl turned out to be much weaker than the average of the other warriors.
16. Michiru Kai’oh / Sailor Neptune
Franchise: Sailor Moon
Like other Sailor warriors in the Outer Solar System, Sailor Neptune did not spend her previous life with Princess Serenity at the Silver Millennium, but at Triton Castle, her castle that floats in orbit around the planet Neptune. Sailor Neptune is the warrior of the abyss and draws her powers from the ocean. From her position, she ensures the protection of the solar system against its external enemies.
Alone, on her planet where a sea of sand stretches as far as the eye can see, she contemplates the Silver Millennium and the Serenity family. During Queen Beryl and Metallia’s attack on the Silver Millennium, Sailor Neptune, like the other Sailor warriors of the Outer Solar System, Sailor Pluto, and Sailor Uranus, is ordered not to intervene. From afar, all three hear the agonizing cries of the Selenites.
Franchise: Cowboy Bebop
Julia is the mysterious and beautiful woman that Spike is constantly looking for, and who has been linked to both him and Vicious in the past.
Almost nothing is known about her past about her except that three years before the start of the series she was a member of the Red Dragon in some way submissive to the ambiguous Vicious and forced to obey him, although some elements reveal she had with him. also ties of a sexual nature. However Vicious himself calls her a dangerous woman who needs to be watched over.
In a flashback, Julia’s voice calls all the women (probably pointing to herself) liars. Presumably, it was Vicious himself who pushed the woman into Spike’s arms in order to keep an eye on him, without imagining, however, that genuine love could arise between the two.
19. Ai Haibara
Franchise: Detective Conan
Her real name is Shiho Miyano, her code name is Sherry. She engineered the poison, APTX 4869, which Conan swallowed. When her sister Akemi Miyano died, she refused to continue her research and was imprisoned. She manages to escape by taking the poison and takes refuge with Professor Agasa, taking, with his help, the pseudonym of Ai Haibara. The organization was her only family with her sister, indeed, her parents died when she was little. Ai Haibara grew up in the United States with her sister.
19. Violet Evergarden
Franchise: Violet Evergarden
Violet Evergarden is an orphaned teenager who fought in the war from a very young age and has never had the opportunity to experience human emotions. For this purpose after the end of the war, she decides to become an automatic writing doll. During the war, she lost both of her arms, which were replaced with precious metal prostheses. She always carries with her a malachite brooch, a gift from Major Gilbert, for which she retains feelings of affection and devotion. She has extreme physical stamina, superhuman strength, and a very complex personality.
20. Haruka Ten’ō / Sailor Uranus
Franchise: Sailor Moon
Haruka Ten’ō, aka Sailor Uranus, is one of the strongest characters in anime and manga series Sailor Moon. This character is first introduced in the third story arc of the original manga (known by the name of Infinity), as well as in the Sailor Moon S season of the 1990s animated version. Within the group of Sailor Senshi of the Solar System, Sailor Uranus belongs to the team of the Sailor Senshi of the External Solar System, who are in charge of protecting the Kingdom of the Moon and Silver Millennium since ancient times.
21. Elizabeth Liones
Franchise: The Seven Deadly Sins
Princess Elizabeth is the Third Adopted Princess of the Kingdom of Liones. She is the second main protagonist of the series, a suspected survivor of the Kingdom of Danafor, and a former waitress at the Boar Hat Tavern on her journey to reform the Seven Deadly Sins, ultimately becoming their premier asset and healer. She is also the 107th reincarnation of Goddess Elizabeth, the only daughter of the Supreme Deity, from 3,000 years ago, who also reincarnated as Liz, a Sacred Knight.
22. Boa Hancock
Franchise: One Piece
Hancock is considered by her friends and enemies to be extremely powerful. Ruling alongside her sisters, Hancock has power over Amazon Lily and the rest of the Kuja women. As empress and captain of the tribe, she is probably the strongest Kuja warrior. The Kuja believe in “the strength of beauty”, and since all the tribesmen think that she is the most beautiful woman in the world, they believe that she is very powerful, the strongest among the entire tribe.
It’s worth noting that only the strongest female Kuja warriors are allowed on the country’s pirate ship, Hancock and her sisters were strong enough to be there when they were little, but it’s possible they were just apprenticed like Shanks and Baggy. Her strength is so great that she was even recognized by Navy Admiral Sengoku.
What speaks to her strength is how she was one of three Warlords of the Sea who managed to leave the war unharmed. The fact that she got an 80,000,000 Berrys bounty after her first campaign as a pirate also proves her power. She was able to destroy several Pacifistas single-handedly by hitting them, which, thanks to her fruit, turned the affected parts to stone.
23. Aoi Kanazaki
Franchise: Demon Slayer
After being trained by Shinobu Kocho, Aoi is able to come up with most of simple remedies. Aoi uses Water Breathing as her primary style. Although she has not shown her fighting abilities, she is strong enough to defeat ordinary demons. She holds the rank of “Mizunoto” in the Demon Slayers Corps.
24. Saiko Yonebayashi
Franchise: Tokyo Ghoul
Saiko Yonebayashi is a CCG Inspector 2nd Class, and the deputy head of the Quinx Squad. Saiko is a young woman with long blue hair that she ties into pigtails. Because of her small size, she appears to be much younger than her squad mates, even though she is the same age as them. Her scarlet eye happens to be her left eye, but managing to control herself, her eyes keep their natural blue color most of the time.
Due to her lack of training and the fact that she generally never leaves her room, preferring to play and eat, she has gained quite a bit of weight lately, which is causing her a real concern in terms of her endurance. However, she seems to have good hearing. Saiko’s purpose in life seems to be to live peacefully, and is in stark contrast to the life she should live as a detective.
A devotee of laziness, she typically spends her days utterly carefree playing video games and eating more than she should, leading her to virtually hide her weight when featured in Tokyo Ghoul:re. She seems quite lunar in her reactions and does not particularly appreciate her life as an inspector which pushes her to show a lot of bad will towards the training sessions she neglects, it will also be necessary for Urie to show a subterfuge so that she leaves her room to join the squad on the Nutcracker case.
25. Ayumi Yoshida
Franchise: Detective Conan
Ayumi Yoshida is the only girl in the Detective Boys group, at least until Ai Haibara arrives. She is in the same class as her other friends, and has an obvious crush on Conan, although she doesn’t know her true identity, and she doesn’t seem to notice at all the special attention that Genta and Mitsuhiko give her. Ayumi is the only one of the group who manages to establish a sincere relationship with the young Ai.