There are All sorts of different types of anime boys like cute and cool anime boys and each type has its own charm and hair colors.
But guys this time we are going to focus only on white hair anime boys and I am going to share some cool some cute some handsome white hair anime boys.
According to Japanese culture white color is mostly associated with death and supernatural vibes. So we can see these characters are also somehow connected with these things.
In my experience mostly white hair anime boys are usually dignified and highly skilled individuals.
So let’s start with this list without wasting any time.
24. Licht From Black Clover
I mean, talk about a surprise turn of events, am I right?
This is because he is the story’s main bad guy for a long time. But because the arc is so long, his character grows and changes a lot.
So he doesn’t just say, “I’m bad because I’m bad.” Instead, he tells us a lot about his past and even has a good recovery arc.
And who is brought in later?
Like I said, something great always happens after the people with white hair.
23. Yaichi From House of Five Leaves
This person is possibly the least well-known of all of these. But I still think he should be brought up.
The whole show is mostly about this one man and how hard it is to figure out who he is.
He seems calm and cool, but he has more secrets than Yuno and Eminem put together. He is not clear-cut in any way, so whether you think of him as a good guy or a bad guy changes a lot.
The show is also very subtle, so he doesn’t do anything too crazy. But I liked what happened to him as a character too much to leave him off the list.
22. Yukichi Fukuzawa From Bungo Stray Dogs
Not all Sensei figures get a lot of time on screen. But it’s important to remember that without their guiding lights, most plots and groups of people would fall flat on their faces.
Yukichi does a good job in this role because his power is to keep everyone in his group in check and make sure no one goes crazy and hurts themselves by accident.
That’s about as much “captain power” as you can get.
Plus, he’s a cool, likeable guy who puts all of his coworkers on a high pedestal and keeps them out of danger, or does his best to do so.
21. Byakuya Ishigami From Dr. Stone
I was going to put Senku on this list, but then I thought of this guy who is just a beast and couldn’t help myself.
He is without a question one of the best anime parents.
His unwavering faith in Senku and his desire to make his son proud are enough to make an adult cry. And I’m sure quite a few people have cried when his word from the past finally gets to his genius son.
It seems like he was on TV for no more than 20 minutes, but I feel like I’ve known and loved the man for ten years. I don’t know how they did it, but I’m not upset.
20. Isaac Netero From Hunter x Hunter
The best parts of shounen shows are always the boss fights.
So you can understand how the community reacted when Netero not only fought Meruem but also when the story didn’t pull a “the main character has to give the finishing blow through nakama power” move on us.
Before, he only acted like a silly old man who had seen more than most, so it was amazing to see him go all out.
And once he gave it his all, he really gave it his all.
I’m not going to lie: I had dreams about his last moments. I would do it all over again, though.
19. Ja’far From Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
He didn’t really get lucky with his names, did he?
But, unlike the dirty snake boy, this Ja’far is pretty awesome. He is a highly trained killer, which makes him seem cool, but he is also relatable because he worries so much that he sometimes passes out.
He’s like Sinbad’s voice of reason. Sometimes he nags him, but it’s always for his own good.
Sinbad needs someone to keep him in line, to be honest. Having a crown and a lot of power isn’t the best thing for a man who is wild and prone to accidents.
18. Shouto Todoroki From Boku no Hero Academia
Todoroki is a bit of both, it’s true. That’s pretty much all he does. But I doubt I’ll ever be able to write about that, so I’m just putting him here.
Even if we look at the story as a whole, Todoroki would probably do anything to get rid of Papa Fire and have just his white hair.
He is the meaning of calm, cool, and collected, and when it comes to raw power, he is by far in the top three in his class.
I think he might even be number one in some cases, since his kit is the most versatile and has the biggest area-of-effect damage.
17. Aru Akise From Mirai Nikki (Future Diary)
Even if you don’t like Mirai Nikki, you can’t deny that it was ahead of its time when it came to how it showed people.
Not only was Akise in love with Yuki, but the crazy guy poked the Yuno bear by getting close to “her man”… She wasn’t happy, so that’s not a surprise.
But here’s the thing: Akise is not helpless. He was a big player in the game even though he didn’t have a future diary. He was just very smart and good at sports.
I was going to say that I would totally watch a spin-off about him, but oops, there already is one.
16. Garou From One Punch Man
Given how popular the first season of the show was, it seemed like the second season would fail.
I think it did well as a community, but Garou was the one thing that made it all work for me.
It was fun to see someone else be OP, even if it was just a little bit.
Garou’s fights were a big deal because he didn’t get knocked out with one punch.
But rather long fights where Garou slowly learns the moves of his enemies and how to fight back against them.
But Saitama, who isn’t interested, hits him away. I mean, it is still his show, right?
15. Shougo Makishima From Psycho-Pass
One of my all-time favorite bad guys, right up there with Johan from Monster.
The man is scary because he always seems to be five steps ahead of everyone else and his craziness seems to have no limits.
I mean, the man doesn’t care at all that someone is pointing a gun at him because he knows he’s not in danger.
He was the star of every scene he was in. Each of his mental monologues could probably be a good thesis in psychology.
Maybe I’m exaggerating, but I don’t care, because the way this guy was written was excellent.
14. Juuzou Suzuya From Tokyo Ghoul
If you don’t count Kaneki’s first appearance with white hair, I was always more excited to see Juuzou than any other character.
Partly because I love the way he looks so much. But even more than that, it’s the actions he takes that make him so interesting.
Yes, the series has a lot of good fighters. But Juuzou is the most interesting because he doesn’t just use brute strength and recovery. He also uses knives, speed, accuracy, and at one point a fake Iron Man suit.
Not that his change of character wasn’t interesting, because it was. But really, I just liked seeing him fight.
13. Norman From The Promised Neverland
Norman was by far my favorite of the main three characters because he wasn’t sketchy or dangerous like Ray or overly enthusiastic like Emma.
He was just this smart, careful little man who never stopped surprising me.
Not just how smart he is, but also how old he is. I mean, the three main characters are all very grown up.
But I think Norman is the best, because I can’t think of anyone else who has so much faith that you don’t lose your footing even if you might be betrayed.
Because of this, the show’s mood was at its worst when even Norman gave up hope.
12. Killua Zoldyck From Hunter x Hunter
Killua is the best example of everything on this list.
He’s one of the most badass, tragic, and loveable figures at the same time.
On the fight, the little assassin has shown that she is the best. But he also has a lot of feelings for Gon.
He’s like the show’s Sasuke, except it doesn’t take him 600 shows to realize that a friend and his family are still alive, even though they’re all jerks.
He made the show what it is, and he showed a lot of that good/bad balance that the later plots have.
11. Hatake Kakashi From Naruto
Kakashi is just the OG. He’s one of the few people who’s always been interesting to me.
I mean, he has quite a long list of things he has done.
In terms of power, he can keep up with Sasuke and Naruto. Plus, his calmness makes for a good scene every time.
And when Obito came into the picture, my man became a famous figure.
10. Decim from Death Parade
Decim is the bartender of Quindecim and an acting arbiter for the dead. His faction deals with people who have died at the same time.
Every time I see him, he makes me feel something.
He starts out as a full-on kuudere, like the artist never had to draw anything but his face, but he was still likeable back then.
He was kind to his coworkers and worked very hard at his job, which is always a good thing.
But when the last two shows came out, he cried, you cried, and everyone cried.
I’ve never seen such a deep character arc in such a short amount of time. But I wouldn’t change anything about it if I could.
9. Shirogane From Monochrome Factor
Miyuki Shirogane is one of the main protagonists of Kaguya-sama Love is War.
He is a second-year student at Shuchi’in Academy and the president of the student council.
8. Ginko From Mushishi
Ginko, whose real name is Yoki, is the main character who is followed throughout the Mushishi series solving Mushi cases.
He rarely comes back to the same show location more than once, to reinforce his ‘wanderer’ status.
7. Toushirou “Shiro-chan” Hitsugaya From Bleach
Tōshirō Hitsugaya is the captain of the 10th Division in the Gotei 13. His lieutenant is Rangiku Matsumoto. He formerly served as the 3rd Seat of the 10th Division under Isshin Shiba.
Love him or hate him (which appears to be the only two ways you can feel about the little guy), his fluffy white hair, and his ice dragon have certainly left a mark in the fandom.
6. Snake From Black Butler
Snake (in Japanese: スネーク, Suneeku) is an antagonist in Black Butler/Kuroshitsuji. He is the footman of the Phantomhive household.
He was formerly a first-string member and the snake charmer, who specialized in snake dance, of the Noah’s Ark Circus.
5. Shion “Sion” From No. 6
Shion is the main character of the light novel, manga, and anime, No.6. Living in the city of No.6 he is found by Nezumi fleeing from the authorities when they were children.
Later Shion would be rescued by him as they both delved into the true situation concerning the city.
4. Near from Death Note
Near is the younger of L’s two successors, raised in Wammy’s House—Watari’s orphanage for gifted children in Winchester, England.
After L’s death, Near begins his investigation of the Kira case, gathering evidence over a period of four years.
Even I’m not sure what to think about this one. Not because he was a bad guy, but because he had to fill the biggest shoes in the world.
But if we take L out of the picture and just look at Nate, he is pretty amazing.
I mean, he did win the fight. He beat Light, and it was all because he had a lot of brain power.
He also has a unique attitude that can’t be explained by the fact that he always eats chocolate, khm khm.
All things considered, he’s almost a great replacement for L. He was so good that you could even say he was almost perfect.
3. Ken Kaneki From Tokyo Ghoul
No matter what you think about the show, once Kaneki’s hair went white, he became a well-known figure.
Kaneki was the talk of the town for a hot minute because he had a great fight, bad finger joints, and more Tumblr posts than you can count.
And I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that he was the most interesting in this form: an unreliable badass who gave us just the right amount of power fantasies we needed to get through the day.
As soon as it wasn’t clear white, it became a lot less bright.
2. Yashiro “Shiro” Isana From K
Shiro is a gentle young man, who loves his friends and equally loves to use his cute smile to get free lunch from them.
But, when it comes to battle, although he may be lacking in physical traits, this anime boy’s mental abilities are very impressive.
1. Jiraiya”Ero-Sennin, Toad Sage, Pervy Sage” From Naruto
Oh, Pervy Sage, you’re a real hero.
The man definitely likes the nicer things in life, which is pretty clear from his name. And acts like a joke figure a lot of the time.
The Sage part comes in, though, and we see his fighting face.
I mean, the guy got into a fight with Itachi. Up to that point, no one in the series had been able to say more than that.
But the real killer, and here comes a surprise… was that the paths of Pain were responsible for his death.
That scene really hurt. Even now, I’m sure that just looking at that picture makes Naruto fans cry. You’ve heard of it.