30 Best Crying Anime Girls You Need to See (with Images)

30 Best Crying Anime Girls You Need to See (with Images)

Here is a list of the 30 best crying anime girls. The article is going to contain images of famous female characters from various anime series and franchises while crying. We are going to provide you with the basic information on each of the characters.

30. Lucy Heartfilia

Franchise: Fairy Tail

Lucy Heartfilia dreams of being part of the most famous guild in the kingdom of Fiore: Fairy Tail, which she will be able to integrate thanks to Natsu. It is a constellationist who can summon spirits with the help of magic keys, each corresponding to a constellation. Although she is a little shy, she can be scary towards Natsu.

29. Bulma

Franchise: Dragon Ball

Bulma is introduced as a 16-year-old teenager when she discovers the legend of the Dragon Balls. So during school holidays, she decides to go in search of boules in order to make her dearest wish come true: to have a fiancé. Equipped with a radar she made, she goes in search of the seven Dragon Balls. The radar will take him to the owner of the four-star ball: Son Goku.

Together, they go in search of the other five Dragon Balls (she already had 2 before her meeting with Son Goku). As this quest progresses, Bulma and Goku encounter Kame-Sen’nin after finding his pet turtle; Oolong, a pig capable of changing shape and terrorizing a village; Yamcha and his companion, a cat with a changing figure. Bulma and Yamcha start a relationship.

28. 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, and 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, of 3,000 years ago, who also reincarnated as Liz, a Sacred Signet Ring.

27. Asuna

Appears in: Sword Art Online

Girl of good family from Kyoto, Asuna becomes through the game the companion (then the virtual wife) of Kirito, as well as the number two and a very important member of the Brotherhood of the Knights, a guild made up in its beginnings of around thirty players, before swelling its ranks and becoming the strongest recognized guild in Aincrad.

She is the only known Sword Art Online player to use her real name as a pseudonym. Due to her great beauty, she receives many invitations and proposals (including marriage proposals).

26. Uraraka Ochako

Franchise: My Hero Academia

A rather frank and lively girl, a 1-A student like Midoriya and Bakugo. Despite her usually sunny appearance and character, she is very determined to become a great heroine.

She has a Quirk called Zero Gravity, which allows her to cancel the effect of gravitational force on whatever object she touches with the pads she has on the last joint of her fingers and can cancel the effect of her power at any time by touching each other.

25. Riza Hawkeye

Appears in: Fullmetal Alchemist

Riza Hawkeye is an Amestris Army sniper. Second to Colonel Mustang, she ensures that the latter works well but above all, she watches over him out of affection. She took part in the Ishbal War.

It was her father who taught Colonel Mustang the alchemy of fire, the secret of which she had (this secret is tattooed on her back). She seems in love with Roy Mustang, and that love is mutual.

24. Yuno Gasai

Franchise: Mirai Nikki

Yuno Gasai, also known as “Second”, is Yukiteru’s classmate; and an excellent pupil and supposedly fiancée of Yukiteru, she does everything to protect him, even at the cost of her life, following him throughout the game.

She wishes Yukiteru to win, but does not know how to control his reactions and hides heavy secrets. Her Mirai Nikki, “Love Diary” is a cell phone that provides her with information about Yukiteru’s future ten minutes in advance.

23. Sarada Uchiha

Franchise: Naruto

Sarada Uchiha is the daughter of Sasuke and Sakura. She appears to have inherited traits from both parents, such as the “Cha!” of her mother as well as her father’s verbal tic, indifference, and reluctance to recognize certain people and praise them when they really deserve it.

Sarada is the central character of Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring, searching for her father separated from her while she mistakenly feels that she and Sakura are not related. Gaining her Sharingan in the process, but not having a good first impression of her father Sasuke of her, Sarada feels hurt and betrayed when she incorrectly suspects that she is Karin’s biological daughter, as the two use similar lenses.

22. Rangiku Matsumoto

Franchise: Bleach

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.

21. Hestia

Franchise: DanMachi

Hestia is an energetic and kind Goddess. She is always seen in high spirits and she is very passionate about her feelings. This in turn makes her surprisingly determined, willing to spend three whole days to get a weapon for Bell until Hephaestus finally relented. On several occasions, it has been pointed out that she is gentle with others.

She does not discriminate against anyone and she is fair to everyone, even Hera. Both Hephaestus and Penia have mentioned that she was the only one who didn’t make fun of them due to her flaws, her friend’s deformed eye, and the other’s status as Goddess of Poverty. Hestia is well known for it, which caused Loki to be surprised when he referred to Dionysus as terrifying.

On the other hand, she is compassionate and understanding since she accepted Wiene and let her stay in her home even though he was a monster seeing that she was just like a child. Although they have a serious enmity for each other, Loki has recognized her kindness as one of her greatest qualities. She is a pacifist so she tends to avoid conflict if possible.

In Heaven, she came to give Dionysus his place among the 12 main Gods of Olympus to prevent a conflict between him and the other Gods. Freya noted that she possesses a strong sense of justice, noting that she would be upset to see a slave market.

20. Hino Rei / Sailor Mars

Franchise: Sailor Moon

Sailor Mars is one of the most reckless warriors. She masters fire and is the warrior of flame and passion. In the days of the ancient Silver Millennium, Sailor Mars had been a part of Princess Serenity’s personal custody from childhood. She was also the princess of the planet Mars and her palace, Phobos-Deimos Castle, floats around the red planet.

Sailor Mars ends up perishing in the struggle between the Selenites of the Silver Millennium and the Terrans, manipulated by Queen Beryl and Metallia. After the war, Queen Serenity sends her soul to Earth to be reincarnated in the future.

19. Mirai Kuriyama

Franchise: Beyond the Boundary

She is a very shy girl who is educated in the same establishment as Akihito, she wants to end her life for some obscure reason. It turns out that, like Akihito, she also possesses a strange spiritual power.

Indeed, Mirai has the surprising ability to manipulate blood as he pleases, such as creating a blood sword, for example, a power that has been deemed particularly dangerous and harmful by the high authorities of the spirit world. Despite her ill will, she will gradually reject her decision for her feelings towards her friends and mainly Akihito.

18. Yuki Nagato

Franchise: The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan

Yuki Nagato was originally the only remaining member with purple hair and brown eyes of the Literature Club, but later became a member of the SOS Brigade when Haruhi forcibly took the room used by the club. She is seen reading The Fall of Hyperion, the second book in the sci-fi tetralogy The Cantos of Hyperion by Dan Simmons.

Yuki is actually not human, but is a “humanoid interface” sent by a group of psychic data entities to investigate the cause of the “information explosion” of three years ago which has far surpassed anything they have seen so far.

She wore glasses but forgot to rematerialize them following the fight with Ryōko Asakura in a kind of parallel dimension, to Kyon’s pleasure who prefers her without.

17. Setsuna Meiō / Sailor Pluto

Franchise: Sailor Moon

Sailor Pluto has always been the guardian of the gate of time which opens onto the different eras. It is also responsible for protecting the solar system against its external enemies. His key-shaped scepter is surmounted by a garnet-colored orb, the Garnet Rod, which is his talisman. His residence is the Charon Castle, which floats in orbit around his planet, Pluto.

In the days of the Silver Millennium, only Queen Serenity and the other Sailor warriors of the Outer Solar System, Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune, know of her existence. Indeed, time travel is prohibited and Sailor Pluto must kill anyone attempting to enter the Time Gate. During the attack on the Silver Millennium by Queen Beryl and Metallia, Sailor Pluto, like other warriors in the Outer Solar System, Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune, is ordered not to intervene.

From afar, all three hear the agonizing cries of the Selenites. At this point, Sailor Pluto’s Garnet Rod resonates with the talismans of Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune.

16. Makoto Kino / Sailor Jupiter

Franchise: Sailor Moon

Sailor Jupiter is with Sailor Uranus one of the warriors with the greatest physical strength. Her costume is green with pink bows. In most adaptations, it has a belt at the waist, where a plastic ball containing a potpourri is attached. Sailor Jupiter masters electricity and is the warrior of lightning and courage. She also masters the forces of nature.

During the ancient Silver Millennium, Sailor Jupiter was part of Princess Serenity’s personal guard. She was also the princess of the planet Jupiter and her palace, Io Castle, floats around her planet. Sailor Jupiter ends up perishing in the struggle between the Selenites of the Silver Millennium and the Terrans, manipulated by Queen Beryl and Metallia.

After the war, Queen Serenity sends her soul to Earth to be reincarnated in the future.

15. 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.

14. Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck

Franchise: Bleach

Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck or Nell is the old Tercera Espada. She is a former Adjuchas. Her mask is at the level of her forehead and has a visible crack. Her hair is green and her eyes are brown. When she first appears, she has the appearance of a young child who becomes attached to Ichigo, whom she calls “Itsugo”.

In fact, Nell is a “young” woman with green hair, a big breast and red marks on her cheekbones on her face. Nell and his companions are exceptions among the Hollows: far from the image of ruthless bullies that most give, they appear loyal and sympathetic, with a rather childish personality and playful the majority of the time.

She was once the Espada no 3: two years earlier, Nnoitra (at the time no 8) ambushed her with the complicity of Szayelaporro Grantz, who broke her mask, forcing her to take her current form and striking. She was then thrown out of Las Noches with her Fracciónes, Pesche Gatiche and Dondochakka Willson, whom she takes for her brothers.

13. Michiru Kaiō / 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.

At this point, Sailor Neptune’s talisman, her Deep Aqua Mirror, resonates with the weapons of Sailor Pluto and Sailor Uranus.

12. Tōka Kirishima

Franchise: Tokyo Ghoul

Tōka Kirishima is a ghoul and a former waitress of the Antiquity. In combat, she wears a mask resembling the head of a white rabbit with pink hair, hence her nickname Rabbit. At the start of the series, she is a 3rd year student at Kiyomi High School.

With the help of Hinami Fueguchi, she kills Inspector Kureo Mado. After the battle of the 11th arrondissement and the departure of Ken Kaneki from Antiquity, she took refuge in studies, gradually realizing her love for the young boy who had become one-eyed ghoul.

11. Hotaru Tomoe / Sailor Saturn

Franchise: Sailor Moon

Sailor Saturn is a Sailor warrior who is not meant to be awakened except in times of serious conflict. Indeed, her powers are immense and she has the power to raze entire planets and solar systems. His awakening then prefigures the time of silence, destruction, then rebirth. Sailor Saturn has a large spear, the Silence Glaive, which she uses to launch her attacks.

Until Queen Beryl and Metallia invaded the Silver Millennium 10,000 years ago, Sailor Saturn lay asleep in her castle, the Titan Castle, floating in orbit around her planet, Saturn.

The death of the Selenites caused the resonance of the three talismans held by the Sailor warriors of the Outer Solar System: Sailor Uranus’ Space Sword, Sailor Neptune’s Deep Aqua Mirror, and Sailor Pluto’s Garnet Rod. Sailor Saturn then awoke and slaughtered her Silence Glaive on the solar system, causing the death of all its inhabitants, and the rebirth of all humanity.

10. Nezuko Kamado

Franchise: Demon Slayer

When Nezuko was turned into a demon, she displayed the ability to shrink herself at will, such as fitting into a small box or basket to hide from the sunlight when she was with Tanjiro during the day.

She can also enlarge into a larger form when fighting other devils. Nezuko can ignite her blood and turn it into flames. She can decide how deadly her blood is, and she can also heal the wounds it causes to others if necessary.

However, these flames only work against other devil arts like Rui’s threads. Nezuko’s flames can also turn Tanjiro’s Nichirin Blade from black to red, just as Yoriichi Tsugikuni turned his blade from black to red before the battle, adding to his blade’s effectiveness against devils. In addition, Tanjiro can perform the Fire God’s Dance even more effectively.

9. Hinata Hyūga

Franchise: Naruto

Hinata Hyūga whose current name is Hinata Uzumaki is a member of Team 8 who suffers from a lack of self-confidence. Although she was born to the main branch of the Hyūga clan and raised to become the future head of the clan, Hinata’s shyness and inability to stand up for herself resulted in her father Hiashi’s strong disapproval after being defeated by her younger sister Hanabi, who became their father’s successor.

Hinata was disowned by Hiashi and placed in the care of Kurenai Yuhi. Under Kurenai’s guidance, Hinata began training to become strong in both skills and will to prove herself to her father. Hinata’s growing self-confidence stems primarily from her longstanding admiration for Naruto, as she is inspired by her enthusiasm and her unwavering determination to never give up. As the series progresses, Hinata’s admiration for Naruto eventually turns to love.

During Part II, Hinata confesses her feelings to Naruto as she protects him from Pain and later helps him during the Ninja Allies’ battle against the Ten-Tails. Following the end of the Fourth Great Ninja War, and the events of The Last: Naruto the Movie where she carries out the will of her ancestor Hamura Ōtsutsuki by helping Naruto stop Toneri, Hinata marries Naruto and they have two children in the epilogue of the series.

8. Usagi Tsukino / Sailor Moon

Appears in: 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, Sailor Jupiter, guided by Sailor Venus. The 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.

Queen Serenity uses her last strength to seize the Silver Crystal and sends her daughter’s soul to Earth to be reincarnated in the future. Sensing the awakening of Beryl’s Metallia at the end of the twentieth century in Tokyo, Luna, a pet of Queen Serenity (Queen Serenity) also comes out of her torpor and goes in search of the Sailor warriors.

7. Mikasa Ackerman

Appears in: Attack on Titan

Mikasa was the ward of Eren’s parents, Grisha and Carla, and is one of the main protagonists of the series, alongside Armin. After the murder of her biological parents by human traffickers, Mikasa was saved by Eren and lived with the Jäger family until the fall of the Maria Wall.

She is the last descendant of the Shogun clan who remained on Paradise Island, therefore linked to the Azumabito family, and is, therefore, a high personality of Heazul. Although she only wants to lead a peaceful life alongside those she loves, most notably Eren, Mikasa has entered the Army of the Walls.

6. Winry Rockbell

Franchise: Fullmetal Alchemist

Winry Rockbell is the childhood friend of the two Elric brothers, she is also the mechanic of Edward Elric. She lost her parents during the Ishbal War, as they were killed by Scar, an Ishbal patient whom they had nevertheless treated.

Passionate about automails, she will eventually leave her home to settle in Rush Valley in order to improve herself in the making of more efficient automails and thus help Edward Elric and Alphonse Elric as best he can, by crying and moaning most of the time. time. She is very worried about them.

5. Sora Takenouchi

Franchise: Digimon

Her Digimon partner is Biyomon, and her symbol is that of Love. Sora is 10 years old in the original version. She is Tai Kamiya’s best friend, and also plays soccer. Despite being a tomboy, she takes her own safety into her own hands because of Tai’s naivety. Sora is the voice of reason in the group of DigiDestined. The fact that she is a tomboy created some problems with her very rigorous mother who wanted Sora to quit football to study floral art. Fortunately, Biyomon manages to reconcile Sora with his mother. Sora’s father is often absent.

4. Sakura Haruno

Franchise: Naruto

Sakura Haruno, whose current name is Sakura Uchiha, is a Jōnin from Konohagakure, she was the female member of Team 7. Sakura was teased by other children because of her long forehead. She was comforted and defended by Ino Yamanaka for teasing her.

As the two grew up, however, they grew distant due to their fondness for Sasuke. During most of the first part, Sakura is in love with Sasuke, and despises Naruto Uzumaki. But after Sasuke leaves the village, Naruto made him a promise to bring him back. After the first attempt is delayed by the Sound Four, Sakura decides to become strong by training with Tsunade.

In the second part, at 16 years old, she shows highly developed skills from her training, gaining enormous strength and power from ten men. In the series epilogue, Sakura ended up marrying Sasuke Uchiha and they have a daughter, Sarada Uchiha.

3. Emma

Franchise: The Promised Neverland

The central character of The Promised Neverland. She has extraordinary physical and learning abilities. She is one of three children achieving a perfect score (300 points) in the daily exams. Following the “adoption” of Conny, another child from the orphanage, Emma notices that the little girl has forgotten her stuffed bunny and decides to bring it to her before she leaves.

Although it is forbidden, she will convince Norman to go to the place of his departure, beyond the portal of the orphanage. They then find out the truth.

2. Nami

Franchise: One Piece

Nami is an orphan who, as a baby, was adopted along with her half-sister Nojiko by Bellmer, a naval lieutenant. The three went to live in the village of Coco, on the Orange Archipelago in the East Sea.

Eight years later, however, the village was targeted by the fish-man pirate Arlong, who occupied it with his crew and imposed enormous taxes on the inhabitants: Bellmer, unable to pay both for her and for the two girls, was killed by the pirate in changing the life of the daughters.

Nami was then kidnapped by Arlong and forced to act as their cartographer, tattooing the symbol of their crew on her arm.

1. Orihime Inoue

Franchise: Bleach

Orihime is sensitive and kind. She seems very considerate of people like Yuzu Kurosaki. She loves Asian clothes printed with flowers. Orihime cooks and eats “strange” food at home, although she enjoys “normal” food.

Apart from Rangiku Matsumoto and possibly Tessai Tsukabishi, no one shares Orihime’s tastes. Her favorite food is red bean paste, and she loves to put butter on sweet potatoes. Orihime has a tendency to rush into situations without thinking about it, sometimes leading to embarrassing consequences.