10 Best Anime Boy With Glasses

A great pair of glasses is like a rug — it can really tie the room together! Most of the anime guy’s love anime boy with glasses.

Anime and manga love characters with glasses, and these spec wearers are Japan’s favorites according to a Goo Ranking poll.

So … lets begin the list of best anime boy with glasses

10. Yuushi Oshitari From The Prince of Tennis – 89 votes

Yuushi Oshitari

Yushi is shown to be the “triple C’s” (cool, calm, and collected). He also admits he tries to be cool and it is revealed that he only wears glasses since he felt he looked cooler in them as he does not actually need them and has good eyesight.

9. Uryuu Ishida From Bleach – 100 votes

Uryuu Ishida

Uryū Ishida is a fictional character and major figure in the anime and manga series Bleach created by Tite Kubo.

Uryū is introduced in the series as a classmate of the Soul Reaper Ichigo Kurosaki, who reveals himself to be a Quincy, a clan of humans which was destroyed by the Soul Reapers

8. Kazuyoshi “Switch” Usui From Sket Dance – 106 votes

Kazuyoshi “Switch” Usui

Kazuyoshi “Switch” Usui is one of the main characters from the Sket Dance anime and manga. Switch is the brains and secretary to the Sket-Dan.

He is an otaku (no matter how many times he denies it) that has information about EVERYONE in Kaimei High.

7. Sousuke Aizen From Bleach – 188 votes

Sousuke Aizen

Sōsuke Aizen is a fictional character and the main villain for most of the first half of the manga series Bleach created by Tite Kubo.

When he was a member of the Gotei 13, Aizen appeared as a mild-featured man with brown scholarly hair enhanced by square glasses, along with soft brown eyes. He wore the standard Shinigami uniform with a captain’s haori

6. Kiminobu Kogure From Slam Dunk – 228 votes

Kiminobu Kogure

Kiminobu Kogure is Shohoku’s vice-captain and a good friend to Akagi since Middle School. He and Akagi are the only two players who have been on the team for all three years.

5. Kusuo Saiki From The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. – 246 votes

Kusuo Saiki

Kusuo Saiki is the main protagonist of Saiki Kusuo no Ψ Nan who has all kinds of psychic related abilities. He usually tries to avoid getting into troublesome situations.

4. Shintaro Midorima From Kuroko no Basket – 264 votes

Shintaro Midorima

Shintarō Midorima was the vice-captain and shooting guard of the Generation of Miracles. He now plays for one of the Three Kings of Tokyo, Shūtoku High.

3. Shimura Shinpachi From Gintama – 284 votes

Shimura Shinpachi anime glasses

Shimura Shinpachi is a member of the Yorozuya, a samurai in training, and one of the three main protagonists of Gintama.

He is one of the more normal characters of the series, delivering the requisite reality-checks or punchlines against other characters’ antics.

2. Kei Tsukishima From Haikyuu!! – 295 votes

Kei Tsukishima anime guy with glasses

Kei Tsukishima was previously a first year at Karasuno High School, playing as a middle blocker on the volleyball team.

Tsukishima is very tall and has an incredibly slim build for a volleyball player. Despite being a first-year, he is the tallest player in Karasuno High, standing at 190.1 cm.

He has short blond hair, pale skin, thin eyebrows, and golden-brown eyes. He is often seen with a frown or a condescending smirk on his face.

1. Kunimitsu Tezuka From The Prince of Tennis – 426 votes

Kunimitsu Tezuka anime boy with glasses

Kunimitsu Tezuka is a fictional character in the manga and anime series The Prince of Tennis created by Takeshi Konomi, who described Tezuka as the character with whom he has the least in common.

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Garima Singh

Moshi Moshi everyone! I'm Garima, an anime enthusiast with a passion for sharing my love of anime with others. I've watched over 1000 anime, and I'm always on the lookout for new and exciting shows to watch.

I love everything about anime, from the stories and characters to the animation and music. I'm also a big fan of anime culture, and I love to learn about Japanese culture and history through anime.

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