Anime is unique in that it provides viewers with a unique view of society. It strives to incorporate all social groups and provide a respectable representation for everybody without ever being insensitive or offensive. Despite the fact that “trap” is a derogatory term for persons who do not meet gender stereotypes, we are using it here because the term is well-known among frequent anime and manga watchers and readers. So, now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, let’s get into the top anime traps of all time. Some of them are quite adorable, and their playful behaviors make them even more so. If you want to view them, we’ve included a link to the shows at the bottom of each recommendation.
Table Of Content
- 1 Aoi Hyoudou, Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
- 2 Aoi Futaba, You’re Under Arrest
- 3 Astolfo, Fate/Grand Order
- 4 Chihiro Fujisaki, Danganronpa
- 5 Felix Argyle, Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World
- 6 Gasper Vladi, High School DxD
- 7 Haku, Naruto
- 8 Hideyoshi Kinoshita, Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu
- 9 Hime Arikawa, Himegoto
- 10 Honjō Kamatari, Rurouni Kenshin
- 11 Kikuchi Makoto, The iDOLM@STER
- 12 Kuranosuke Koibuchi, Princess Jellyfish
- 13 Kino, Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World
- 14 Kashima Yuu, Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun Wiki
- 15 Kenjiro Hato, Genshiken Nidaime
- 16 Pico, Boku no Pico
- 17 Ruka Urushibara, Steins; Gate (2011)
- 18 Saika Totsuka, Oregairu
- 19 Souta Takanashi, Working!!!
- 20 Yukimura Kusunoki, Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai Next
Aoi Hyoudou, Kaichou wa Maid-sama!
‘Kaichou wa Maid-sama!’ is a romantic comedy anime that is both pleasant and entertaining. If you’re a lover of the rom-com genre and haven’t watched it yet, you should give it a try. In the series, Aoi Hyoudou is a supporting character. He is Satsuki’s nephew, the manager of the cafe where Misaki, the protagonist, works. Aoi Hyoudou has highly feminine face features, and when he dresses up as Aoi-chan (a popular net idol), he wears a curly blonde wig and an old outfit from his aunt, giving him a girlish appearance. Aoi is irritable and has a difficult time dealing with emotions. He appreciates the attention he receives as a woman and enjoys playing with other men’s emotions. The anime is available to watch on Hulu.
Aoi Futaba, You’re Under Arrest
The transsexual cop Aoi Futaba from the anime series ‘You’re Under Arrest’ is the next person on our list. Despite the fact that Aoi begins as a male police officer, he cross-dresses as part of an operation to apprehend a serial rapist. He understands that he does not fit the gender stereotype after successfully completing the task since he believes his spirit is feminine. He began dressing as a woman and transitioned as a result. HIDIVE has a collection of anime from the 1990s.
Astolfo, Fate/Grand Order
Astolfo is one of the anime’s most stunning Traps. He has lovely hair and a really feminine appearance. He enjoys cross-dressing because he finds female attire attractive and has an odd fondness for nice things. He’s also popular among anime fans, who think he’s adorable in all of his pretty female attire. Here’s a video of her in action.
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Chihiro Fujisaki, Danganronpa
Chihiro Fujisaki has a deceptive appearance. It’s difficult to tell he’s a boy when he’s cross-dressing. Earlier in this list, we didn’t have many unpleasant reasons for male cross-dressing, but Chihiro is different. He was often bullied and told that he wasn’t strong enough to be a boy. As a result, he felt compelled to cross-dress in order to avoid being judged for his masculinity. All of the episodes are available to watch online.
Felix Argyle, Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World
Felix Argyle is a supporting character in ‘Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World,’ a drama, fantasy, and thriller anime. Subaru is a young kid who is taken to another realm, where he meets Satella, a lovely young lady. But they are murdered the next day, and Subaru wakes up to discover that he is locked in some type of loop in which if he dies, he must restart the day from the beginning, always returning to the same spot.
Felix is a human-cat hybrid, as his name suggests. He appears feminine, especially in combination with his attire, and it’s difficult to believe he’s a boy. Felix, on the other hand, frequently clarifies his position, claiming that there is a man inside his mind or spirit. He frequently refers to himself in the third person. Crunchyroll has the anime available for streaming.
Gasper Vladi, High School DxD
In the fantasy/harem anime series ‘High School DxD,’ Gasper Vladi is one of the main characters. Even while he is at the academy, he is usually dressed in a feminine clothing. He is a Dhampir, which means he is half-human and half-vampire, and one of Issei Hyodo’s harem’s girls. Rias had him imprisoned because his abilities were unchecked. However, viewers will see him develop into one of the series’ main characters over the course of the season. ‘High School DxD’ is available to watch online.
Haku is one of those characters from the ‘Naruto’ series that, while only appearing in a few episodes, left an impression on the audience. His mother gave him the Ice Release Kekkei Genkai, which he inherited. When Haku’s father found out, he collected a mob and murdered his mother. Haku’s powers saved him by murdering everyone else. Haku had a feminine appearance, which Naruto complimented, saying he was prettier than Sakura. Haku was mortally injured after an intense battle with Team 7. He unfortunately died soon after the incident. Crunchyroll is where you can watch Naruto.
Hideyoshi Kinoshita, Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu
The comedy romantic anime ‘Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu’ is set in Japan. The series is set in an academy where pupils are divided into groups based on their grades. Students with higher grades are assigned to a well-equipped class, whilst those in class F are sent to a less well-equipped arrangement. Akishisa Yoshii, the anime’s protagonist, is on a quest to show his class’s worth.
Hideyoshi Kinoshita is one of the anime’s key characters. When he cross-dresses, he appears to be a cute girl. People frequently forget that he is a boy, resulting in a great deal of misunderstanding. Hideyoshi’s toilet photographs are in high demand and sell for a considerably higher price than Akihisa’s photographs of women (yes, we all know anime is weird). Despite his desire for others to treat him as a man, he frequently appears to enjoy this aspect of his personality. The anime is available to watch on Hulu.
Hime Arikawa, Himegoto
How would you feel if you had to cross-dress every time you went to school? Himegoto’s Hime Arikawa, I suppose, can pretty much give you the answer. His parents had amassed massive debts in his name. He now has no method of repaying them, so what should he do? The student council has thankfully agreed to cover his debt, but there is a condition. He is required to attend school as a female. Hime resents being in the situation he is in most of the time, but he does have doubts about his manhood at times. The show can be found here.
Honjō Kamatari, Rurouni Kenshin
‘Rurouni Kenshin’ is a story about a warrior who vows not to harm anyone after a momentous event. To honor his word, he carries a blade that has been sharpened on the incorrect side, making a deadly strike impossible to land. This entry, however, is not about him. Honj Kamatari is a cross-dressing man who enjoys his feminine side. He dresses up as a woman and flirts with other people. When he is about to battle, though, he becomes extremely serious. The anime is available to watch on Hulu.
Kikuchi Makoto, The iDOLM@STER
Let’s move on to Kikuchi Makoto, the next character. In ‘The iDOLM@ASTER,’ she is one of the main characters. Kikuchi is a well-known pop singer. Despite the fact that she is a girl, she uses her boyish appearance to gain a large number of female fans. Kikuchi isn’t trans or cross-dressing, but she does use her opposite gender attributes to attain her aims. But she is still feminine at heart. The anime can be watched online here.
Kuranosuke Koibuchi, Princess Jellyfish
Kuranosuke Koibuchi appears in the anime series ‘Princess Jellyfish’ as a cross-dressing character. He dislikes politics despite coming from an affluent family with a political background. He is far more concerned with fashion. Kuranosuke dresses up as a lady and feels that any woman can be attractive. Kurako is his alias, and he cross-dresses to conceal his gender. You may watch all of the show’s episodes right here.
Kino, Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World
‘Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World,’ which I discovered while researching for a list, is definitely one of the best anime I’ve ever seen. It’s a lovely anime about a girl named Kino who is in her adolescent years. She is a markswoman, and her talking motorcycle, Hermes, is her mode of transportation. Kino’s features are so androgynous that it’s easy to be confused about her gender. With her short, spiky hair and laid-back demeanor, she strikes me as a boy. She is a skilled gunfighter who carries two large-caliber pistols. She also possesses additional weapons. Kino is constantly on the go, seldom staying in one spot for more than three days. Funimation is where you can view the anime.
Kashima Yuu, Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun Wiki
If you look at Kashima Yuu for the first time, you might mistake her for a cross-dressing boy, but she is, in fact, a girl. Her boyishly handsome looks, on the other hand, make her appear to be a prince, making other females fall head over heals for her. Her androgynous look earns her a place on this list. Hori, one of the major characters in the anime series who is talented at acting but left due to his diminutive stature, is one of her favorites and she constantly seeks his attention. She wants to assist him in any way she can, but she ends up making a mistake and giving him problems. Hori tries to keep her in line, preventing her from slacking off.
Kenjiro Hato, Genshiken Nidaime
If you like the ‘Genshiken’ anime series, you should check out ‘Genshiken Nidaime,’ however it is not as good as the first. One of the key characters in the series is Kenjiro Hato. He is also the club’s most recent newcomer. He is a Yaoi aficionado who enjoys cross-dressing. His ability to act like a woman is admirable, since he has the power to entirely transform his personality. When he cross-dresses, he can easily pass himself off as a girl due to his androgynous looks. When he’s dressed as a woman, he’s really gorgeous, making him a very convincing trap. The anime can be found on VRV.
Pico, Boku no Pico
Pico is a stunning young kid with golden hair and feminine features that may fool anyone into thinking he’s a lady. Taking advantage of this, he frequently borrows clothes from Tomatsu, one of the show’s key protagonists, and dresses up as a girl. Pico has deceived not only novices, but even the most devoted anime fans, who are unaware that he is a male, not a girl, over the years.
Ruka Urushibara, Steins; Gate (2011)
Ruka is a boy with a delicate and slender appearance that makes him appear to be a girl. He enjoys his feminine appearance and dresses accordingly, and he has a crush on Okabe Rintaro, the heroine of ‘Steins; Gate.’ Rintaro had to go back in time to save Mayuri in an emotional episode, but that meant Ruka had to revert to her male form. She accepts on one condition: she must accompany him on a date. The evening didn’t go as planned, but they did end up hugging when Ruka informed Rintaro that she would love him even if she wasn’t a woman anymore. The animation can be viewed here.
Saika Totsuka, Oregairu
This character is on the list because of the definition of Trap, which I explained in the introduction. Totsuka Saika is a little boy. He makes an effort to be manly, but his soft personality and female-like appearance cause Hachiman, the protagonist of ‘Oregairu,’ to mistake Saika for a lady. This error appears frequently in the series, to the point where the anime fandom couldn’t ignore it. Saika genuinely deceives people into thinking he’s a girl.
Souta Takanashi, Working!!!
One of the main characters in the anime series ‘Working!!!’ is Souta Takanashi. He works part-time in a restaurant called Wagnaria as a server. He’s also a cross-dresser who likes to dress up as a waitress. Souta adores all things cute and small, but she despises everyone above the age of twelve, referring to them as ugly and hags. Kotori is the name of his female alter ego. Crunchyroll has a video of her in action.
Yukimura Kusunoki, Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai Next
I’m not sure how to react to Yukimura Kusunoki, a supporting character from the anime series ‘Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai Next.’ Yukimura pretends to be a boy and leads everyone to believe she is. Kodaka, who considers him to be incredibly manly for being able to achieve whatever he wants, inspires her. Yukimura aspires to be like him in order to gain greater manliness. But the terrible aspect is that she is a girl who was raised to believe she was a boy because her parents wanted a boy. Yes, she believes it, despite the fact that Kodaka tells him the truth. She discovers the truth later and is appalled.
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