Anime That a Libra Would Watch [Updated]

Libras tend to enjoy harmony, the outdoors, and social situations. Those born under this air sign also like being different, have a creative streak that attracts them to beauty and aesthetically pleasing things, are loyal, and dislike injustice and confrontation. Libras also often struggle to find the perfect balance in life but can sometimes focus solely on it which can lead to indecisiveness. In the romance aspect, Libras look for an assertive, loyal partner they can trust and will usually stay with them for the long run. With all of this into account, here are five recent anime that Libras will enjoy!

5. Yuru Camp△ (Laid-Back Camp)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: January 2018 - March 2018

Rin Shima is an experienced camper. Her favorite thing to do is set up camp by herself at the base of Mt. Fuji and just enjoy nature by herself. On one of her campouts, Rin meets Nadeshiko, a much less experienced nature lover who ends up stuck and without any other choice than to spend the night camping with Rin, lest she freezes to death. The girls hit it off and Rin begins expanding her circle of camping friends.

If Rin sounds like a Libra to you, that's because she is! And just like a Libra, she enjoys her time in nature and by herself. That is until she meets other like-minded girls she can trust and spend her time with in harmony. Yuru Camp is one of the most beloved iyashikei slice of life anime out there and is a must-watch for Libra slice of life and/or nature lovers!

4. Vanitas no Carte (The Case Study of Vanitas)

  • Episodes:
  • Aired: July 2021 - September 2021

Vanitas was a vampire born under a blue moon who other vampires, born under the red moon, grew to fear and hate. In retribution, Vanitas created a cursed tome called the Book of Vanitas which was meant to bring down all those who scorned him before disappearing along with the book. In 19th century Paris, a human doctor going by Vanitas happens to have inherited the legendary creature's book and name which entangles him with a vampire named Noe who is looking for the book as well. Together, they go around Paris while Vanitas uses the book to liberate vampires from a curse that makes them forget their names and lose control.

Much like Libra—which he is!—Noe is extremely loyal, both to his new friend Vanitas as well as his childhood friend, struggles to keep a balance between what he wants and what he should pursue or do, and prefers to avoid confrontation. The Case Study of Vanitas will appeal to Libras too thanks to the anime's gorgeous art style, animation, and character design, not to mention the steamy. Libras love beauty and Vanitas no Carte has that to spare!

3. Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na! (Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: January 2020 - March 2020

Midori Asakusa is an extremely creative and imaginative girl whose imagination takes her to incredible worlds that she enjoys drawing and in which she gets lost before her more grounded best friend Sayaka Kanamori snaps her out of it and brings her back to Earth. One day, the two girls meet Tsubame Mizusaki, who is a model in the same grade and loves drawing characters. The trio soon decides to make anime together and their adventures in the Motion Pictures club begins!

Eizouken is all about creative people. Libras will enjoy Midori and Tsubame's love for creating art as well as how non-conformist the three girls are. The story is centered on close friends cooperating toward a goal, art, and fighting for justice, as a big part of Eizouken's story is the fact that Tsubame's parents don't want her to create anime and the club fighting against those who unfairly want to close it down, which should resonate with fair-minded Libras.

2. Horimiya

  • Episodes: 13
  • Aired: January 2021 - March 2021

Kyouko Hori is a beautiful, smart, outgoing, and popular high school girl. Izumi Miyamura is a quiet loner who easily passes unnoticed among his peers. While they have nothing in common, life brings them together and they learn each other's secrets. Instead of socializing, Hori spends her days taking care of housework and her little brother while the quiet Miyamura hides tattoos, piercings, long hair, and is actually pretty hot! Little by little, the two become friends and more, learn about each other, and help each other develop as well-rounded individuals while having fun with their growing circle of friends in this hit romcom.

Horimiya is a very funny romantic comedy. Not only does it hit the aesthetic aspect expertly with all beautiful characters, but also tackles non-conformity in the way the characters act and develop, self-pity from Miyamura—which can be one of Libra's weaknesses—and, of course, loyalty and a beautiful, balanced romantic relationship that is built to last between Hori and Miyamura. If you're the kind of Libra that enjoys a good romcom, Horimiya is for you!

1. Genjitsu Shugi Yuusha no Oukoku Saikenki (How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom)

  • Episodes: 13
  • Aired: July 2021 - September 2021

19-year-old Kazuya loses his only living relative when his grandfather dies just before being isekai'd to the Elfreiden Kingdom, where he was summoned to be a "hero" and end the ongoing war with the demon army. Unlike other isekai protagonists, however, Kazuya isn't suddenly OP nor has he gained unparalleled powers he lacked before. Instead, all he has is the knowledge he has gained in his pursuit to become a civil servant and with this knowledge, he aims to fulfill his role as hero by teaching the people of this land about economics, trade, strategy, and more.

Literally a show about being diplomatic and gracious as well as fighting against injustice while getting involved in as little violence as possible, How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom seems like it was made for Libras! On top of that, Kazuya focuses on being as fair as possible to everyone and Liscia and others he surrounds himself with are loyal and trustworthy. Kazuya may not be a Libra but he sure acts and thinks like one! If you want an isekai that is different, good, and hits all the Libra notes, check out Realist Hero!

Final Thoughts

There you have it! These anime have many of the things that Libras like and some even have Libras as main characters! We honestly didn't even know Rin and Noe were Libras when we chose these anime for you but, it definitely makes sense. We hope you find something new to watch in our recommendations and Happy Birthday Month you Libras!

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Author: Lizzy Nyanko

An otaku as far as I can remember. I grew up playing video games, watching anime in Spanish in Mexico where I grew up, and then was a member of both anime clubs at UTEP for my entire university life when I moved to Texas. I love going to cons, I used to cosplay (always hoping to get back into it), and I got to live in Japan for 2 years and be an otaku there! It was literally a dream come true! Now back in the US, I love being a writer and editor for Honey’s. It’s a great chance to keep up with all the latest anime each season and up to date with all otaku news. And without our readers, that wouldn’t be possible so, thank you for being a part of our hive!!

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The Libra Scales, a Zodiac sign associated with balance, justice and, in Egyptian myth, the process of going into the afterlife and even order itself by association of the Scales with the Goddess Ma’at. Myth and concepts aside, Libras are airy and detached but still social with a love for peace. However, they can be indecisive and this list reflects that quality the most – it’s a bit of everything!

5. Kill La Kill!

  • Episodes: 24
  • Aired: October 2013 – March 2014

When her father is murdered, Matoi Ryuuko searches for his killer, with nothing to go on but the half of the Scissor Blade used in the crime. She arrives at Honnouji Academy, a prestigious school with an all-powerful student council led by the cold-hearted Kiryuuin Satsuki and her powerful allies, the Elite Four. Honnouji’s hierarchical dynamic gives Satsuki the space to bestow the higher-ups special “Goku Uniforms”, which grant their wearer superhuman abilities. After suffering a crushing defeat from a student in a Goku uniform, Ryuuko heads home and finds Senketsu, a sentient set of clothing called Kamui, which provides her with incredible power when in contact with her blood. Now dressed for the occasion, Ryuuko stands against the Elite Four and Satsuki in order to find her father’s killer and put them to justice.

Fast-paced, comical and yet every bit as serious is the 2014 anime Kill La Kill!, a memorable title with some really interesting elements! The way in which this anime manages to be many different things at the same time really reflects the way in which the Libra is able to spread their energies over various different things. This also makes them seem very easy to distract and Kill La Kill! is filled with various different things that would satiate the curiosity of the average Libra and keep them very entertained!

4. Hyouka

  • Episodes: 22
  • Aired: April 2012 – September 2012

Oreki Houtarou is a high schooler who believes in living a life of “energy conservation”, choosing to do nothing more than the bare minimum. However, when he signs up for his school’s Classics Club, he realises that there is more to it than he initially thought. Despite his lack of motivation for it all, Oreki is dragged into an investigation into the 45-year-old mystery surrounding the club room. With his fellow members and friends Fukube Satoshi, Ibara Mayaka and the ever-curious Chitanda Eru, Oreki must use his hidden talents of deduction in order to find the truth.

With its curious heroine and laid-back protagonist, Hyouka is an anime a Libra would definitely enjoy particularly because of its beauty and the slowness it has in comparison to other anime on this list. Hyouka’s more docile yet captivating approach to mysteries and anime’s after-school club trope is the type of thing that makes the show very unique and thus very palatable for a Libra.

3. Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai (I Don’t Have Many Friends)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: October 2011 – December 2011

Hasegawa Kodaka is a high schooler determined to make a positive impression at his new school and possibly make some friends. Unfortunately for him; however, he is immediately labelled a violent delinquent about a month in due to his intimidating facial expression. Kodaka’s notorious reputation leaves him friendless; however, when he finds fellow loner Mikazuki Yozora talking to herself in an empty classroom, they hit it off over stories of their lonely high school lives. Looking to overcome the difficulties of making friends, Kodaka and Yozora start the Neighbour’s Club. Created for people who have no friends, the daily activities of the club include learning social skills and fitting in; but with each new member bringing a whole new type of eccentricity to the table, maybe social skills and fitting in aren’t exactly all they need to make new friends.

Libras have the tendency of appearing to be social butterflies with their energy and sweetness, however, they also have a tendency to pity themselves if things don’t go their way. Friendless Kodaka pities his situation that seems totally doomed, at least until he finds someone just as friendless as he is. This brings out the social aspect to this anime filled with social misfits, an aspect compatible with the diplomatic Libra.

2. Yakusoku no Neverland (The Promised Neverland)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: January 2019 – March 2019

The orphans of Grace Field House live great lives. Despite not having any parents, their every need is cared for and they live together in a big family all taken care of by their “Mama”, Isabella. At the age of 12, the children are adopted into happy hopes. Their daily lives consist of rigorous tests but they’re allowed to play outside. The only rule – they may not leave the orphanage. However, one day, Emma and Norman, two of the highest-scoring children, venture past the gate and see something they wish they hadn’t…

The Promised Neverland is an anime about human children betting everything on leaving the world they once knew into to find one that is even better. This particular aspect lines up with the Libra’s sense of justice and also their desire for freedom.

Sometimes appearing childlike in their expression because of their Air-inspired curiosity, the Libra would feel doubly for the children of Grace Field.

1. Mob Psycho 100

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: July 2016 – September 2016

Kageyama “Mob” Shigeo is a 14-year-old who, from an early age, has possessed incredible latent psychic potential. However, he soon realises the potential danger of his abilities and vows to suppress his powers. In an attempt to learn how to control his powers, Mob takes up one Arataka Reigen, a con artist claiming to be a psychic, up to be his mentor. Reigen; however, uses Shigeo’s authentic powers to make a quick buck. Mob now participates in exorcisms and various other paranormal activities every single day; however, if his emotions go unchecked his powers stand to cause incredible destruction for the world around him and he simply can’t be stopped.

With incredible animation and beautiful colours and characters, Mob Psycho 100 is fairly short two seasons into the series and deal with Mob’s day-to-day. This in turn develops his character in a way that is compelling and perhaps Mob’s aloofness and appearance of detachment from the happenings of his daily life may make like kin to the Libra, but also his sense of justice. However, be this as it may, the Libra constellation is sometimes known as “The Claws”, because it was considered by ancient Greeks to be ruled by Scorpio alongside Virgo, which perhaps highlights a Libra’s “claws of justice”, which correlates with Mob’s 100% outbursts.

Final Thoughts

The charming and sociable Libra shares traits of intellectualism, curiosity and airy detachment with other Air signs in the zodiac; however, as the sign of justice, fairness and all things bright and beautiful, Libra also has a sociable feel to its character. Do you have other shows you think would be a good fit for the quintessential Libra? Drop a comment below and let us know what you think!

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Author: Hoshi-kun

I’m South African, harbouring an obsession for anything remotely related to Japan, mostly anime, of course. I draw sometimes. Some people call me Naledi, it’s my real name, or something like that. People think I’m stoic because I don’t smile often (I do sometimes). I like languages. Hoshi-kun and Naledi are the same side of the same coin.

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