Anime Children Characters are the cutest thing that we all love in the anime world along side with evil antagonists and protagonists and These cute little things come in all shapes and sizes.
From mature then average age adults to innocent youngsters these anime children make you fall in love with them don’t underestimate the power of youth.
So, lets not waste time any more and lets just dive into the list of best anime children characters.
- 15. Killua Zoldyck From Hunter x Hunter
- 14. Rika Furude From Higurashi no Naku Koro ni
- 13. Conan Edogawa From Detective Conan
- 12. Rin Kaga From Usagi Drop (Bunny Drop)
- 11. Taichi Yagami from Digimon Adventure
- 10. Ryuu form Akagami no Shirayukihime
- 9. Chihiro Ogino From Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi
- 8. Edward From Cowboy Bebop
- 7. Shippo From InuYasha
- 6. Shiro From No Game No Life
- 5. Remi Barberin from Ie Naki Ko Remi
- 4. Aladdin From Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
- 3. Sakura Kinomoto From Cardcaptor Sakura
- 2. Hakase Shinonome From Nichijou
- 1. Ciel Phantomhive From Kuroshitsuji
15. Killua Zoldyck From Hunter x Hunter
Killua is introduced as a character who appears similar to Gon: cheeky, cheerful, and full of mischievous ideas. However, contrasting Gon’s politeness, Killua can be quite rude to others, mostly strangers and older people.
He is most commonly known for having a sweet tooth; he loves everything sweet and spent almost 200 million on snacks when he was at the Heavens Arena.
14. Rika Furude From Higurashi no Naku Koro ni
Rika Furude is the true main protagonist from Higurashi: When They Cry. She is the daughter of the shinto priest in Hinamizawa.
She is the miko, or shrine maiden, of the Furude Shrine, appearing in miko garb for her part of the Watanagashi Festival. She appears as the main character beginning with Minagoroshi-hen.
When revealing her True Personality, Rika’s cuteness disappears, and she turns cynical and more mature. She switches pronouns from “boku” to “watashi” and her voice drops to a grown woman’s.
This is clear in the anime where the same voice actress switches from a child’s to an adult’s voice.
13. Conan Edogawa From Detective Conan
Shinichi tries to behave like anime children. He refers to Ran as “Ran-neechan” (nee-chan meaning older sister, a common nickname Japanese children give to teenagers and young adults they look up to), and refers to Shinichi as “Shinichi-niichan” (nii-chan meaning older brother).
He also refers to Kogoro as “Oji-san” or “Occhan” (both meaning Uncle), although he also does this as Shinichi. As Shinichi, he refers to Conan as usually “Conan-kun” or the “Kid in the Glasses”.
Shinichi treats Conan as a separate person completely, thinking for example, “changing back into Conan”.
12. Rin Kaga From Usagi Drop (Bunny Drop)
Rin Kaga is the main female protagonist of the Usagi Drop anime and manga. The six-year-old illegitimate daughter of Daikichi’s grandfather, making her his aunt. She is taken in by Daikichi after his grandfather dies.
As a teenager, not much has changed in her appearance. She’s taller and she looks even more alike to her mother. She is considered as a beautiful young anime children.
11. Taichi Yagami from Digimon Adventure
Taichi “Tai” Kamiya, known as Taichi Yagami in Japan, is a fictional character in the multimedia franchise Digimon.
He first appeared in the Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01 manga, where he is sent to the Digital World to meet his Digimon companion Zeromaru, in order to save it from multiple enemies.
Tai has spiky brown hair and brown eyes. He usually wears light grey goggles with a black strap. As an adult, Tai’s hair is neater and more wellkempt.
10. Ryuu form Akagami no Shirayukihime
Ryuu has a mature, calm and apathetic personality. Due to his intelligence others tend to treat him as an adult rather than an anime children, or be unsettled by him and not know how to treat him at all.
In addition he sometimes has a difficult time emphasizing with others and understanding why they are showing strong emotions, which worries him and makes it even more difficult for him to socialize normally.
9. Chihiro Ogino From Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi
Chihiro’s growth into a capable individual is a core factor to the movement of Spirited Away’s plot. During her adventure in the Spirit World, she matures from an easily scared girl with a anime children personality to match her age to a hard-working, responsible, and brave young girl who has learned to put her fears aside for those she cares for.
To protect her friends and rescue her parents from a spell that has turned them into livestock, Chihiro sheds her former personality and adapts to her environment to become a courageous, quick-witted and reliable girl.
8. Edward From Cowboy Bebop
Ed is an eccentric, resourceful, giggly, childlike, odd, tomboyish, curious, happy-go-lucky and extremely intelligent teenage girl. Ed has many attitudes, typically manifested by eccentric geniuses.
Such as a great susceptibility to distraction, and a tendency to talk to herself aloud and sing nursery rhymes or other literature popular among anime children.
She often repeats the last words of the people who spoke before her and answers questions with seemingly meaningless phrases and sometimes real nonsense.
7. Shippo From InuYasha
He has a small body but a strong spirit. Although Shippō is a yōkai, his pure spirit knows no corruption.
He has only recently opened his eyes to love, but with his knowledge and bravery, his feelings for his comrades are first and foremost.
His spirit is still growing so its overall size is small.
6. Shiro From No Game No Life
Shiro is an anime children and described as a genius in logic and problems but has difficulty understanding emotions or behavior, relying on Sora to help her defeat beings with emotions such as Tet in their chess match.
She also rarely shows much emotion at all and, despite her genius intellect, speaks in short, terse sentences and in a third-person perspective.
5. Remi Barberin from Ie Naki Ko Remi
A bright and energetic 10-year-old anime children who is an excellent singer. She was raised in a French village called Chavanon, but she does not know where she was born.
After her father, Jerome, returns from Paris, he becomes upset that she was still at his house.
Her mother reveals to Remi that she was a foundling and it is unknown where her real parents reside. Jerome sells her to a slave trader, until she was later rescued by Vitalis.
She becomes part of Vitalis’ troupe and sings and performs with his band.
Towards the end of the series, She is revealed as the biological daughter of Milligan and the older sister of Arthur.
4. Aladdin From Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
Aladdin has a kind and cheerful personality, and as such he is easily able to make friends. He is a anime children and cherishes friends a lot since he’s never really had friends except for Ugo prior to his arrival in the world, and gets upset if people disrespects them or harms them, even holding grudges against those who hurt them.
In order to help his friends, he’s become dedicated to becoming stronger. Aladdin does everything he can to defend and protect his friends from enemy attack, even to the point of him almost dying due to over-exertion.
3. Sakura Kinomoto From Cardcaptor Sakura
Sakura Kinomoto is the main protagonist and title character of Clamp’s manga series Cardcaptor Sakura.
In the English anime adaptation by Nelvana of the series, Cardcaptors, she is known as Sakura Avalon, though her surname was changed back in the second film’s dub by Bang Zoom! Entertainment.
Sakura is a very energetic, cute, beautiful, sweet, cheerful and a very kind ten-year-old anime children.
She is very athletic, being a member of her school’s cheer-leading squad and an excellent runner, a trait she inherited from her father.
2. Hakase Shinonome From Nichijou
Hakase has above-average intellect, but behaves like a spoiled 8-year-old anime children. She has an incredibly short attention span, and will often drop or change the subject of a situation at any time.
She will argue like a child and throw a tantrum if she does not get her way.
She likes to have fun and laughs at everything, though this often gets her into trouble. She loves snack foods, although her favorite food is omurice (omelette rice).
1. Ciel Phantomhive From Kuroshitsuji
Earl Ciel Phantomhive is the main protagonist and an anime children of the Kuroshitsuji series.
He is the owner of the Funtom Company and the son of Vincent Phantomhive and Rachel Dalles, and the head of the Phantomhive noble family and is known as the Queen’s Watchdog.