Top 10 Creepy Anime Girls [Updated]

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Welcome to our third edition to our Top 10 Creepy Anime Girls. As we share in a lot of our articles, Japanese anime takes a lot of extremes in how animation can be creatively expressed in more ways than over 9,000. Some of that creativity can be portrayed in action oriented anime like Dragon Ball Z. Then there are others can make the porno of many nations look like The Bible (except probably Germany’s). However, this list isn’t here to talk about neither in context to taking creative extremes. This list is our latest edition to some of the creepiest girls in anime.

They’ve more or less existed longer than most of us can assume. Some characters might include the Ayakashi Sisters in Sailor Moon R. Haruhi Suzumiya may largely be a comedic character, but when you analyze her, she’s relatively creepy in her own way, especially with how she manipulates the PC club at her school to give her a computer. She’s not afraid to exploit anyone. Last and not least, there is Yuno Gasai from Mirai Nikki, who you can refer to in our previous editions to get an idea of how creepy she is if you haven’t seen that anime as of yet. For the 2019 edition, we wish to not include any repeats since we’re now going to present to you brand spanking new list! WARNING: There are going to be some spoilers, but we’ll do our best to keep things to a minimum!

10. Akira Oono from High Score Girl

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: July 14, 2018 – September 28, 2018

We understand this is mostly from a comedic oriented anime, but Akira is creepy in her own way, but of course by no means in the horrific definition. Akira represents the ideal girl. She’s rich, cute, and academically gifted. Little do we know, she’s actually an expert at gaming, most notably Street Fighter II. The fact that she’s a good gamer isn’t what makes her creepy, but how violent she can act. As we already stated, it’s meant for comedic effect as to how she acts violently towards Haruo but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. What makes her creepy is that she DOESN’T speak! The fact that she only communicates through violence, grunts, and gaming while making strange expressions is one way to explore that there is some creepiness to her personality.

9. Himiko Toga from Boku no Hero Academia (My Hero Academia)

  • Episodes: 63+
  • Aired: April 3, 2016 - Ongoing

In comparison to a majority of the villains from My Hero Academia, Himiko is pretty much the same age as our heroes and due to her being a villain from such a young age, is just the beginning as to why she’s so creepy. So, what qualifies her for this list? When you look at her, she looks like any regular girl since she wears a regular school uniform. In many instances of Japanese pop culture, the uniform can be seen as an outfit for heroes, but Himiko’s presence pretty much perverts that notion with her role as she wears it along her blood sucking machine and equipping herself with knives. What ultimately makes her creepy is that she’s always smiling and she just has a twisted idea as to what love is (we don’t need to get there). Further amplifying her creepiness is the nature of her quirk where she has to suck blood of a person in order to take their appearance.

8. Anna Nishikinomiya from Shimoneta to Iu Gainen Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai (Shimoneta: A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn't Exist)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: July 4, 2015 – September 19, 2015

If anime had the equivalent to 1984 and Brave New World, but taken to the extremes portrayed in anime, it would certainly be Shimoseka where porn is more or less banned, and sexual thoughts are repressed (yeah, like banning porn in Japan could ever happen). The daughter to those who wish to have such legislation enforced is Anna, the president of the student council. Little do they know, is that their girl is a yandere. All of that changes when she incidentally shares a kiss with Tanukichi, her childhood crush. From there, things start to go cookoo when her repressed sexual feelings start to come out. Her love becomes obsession and it goes to the point that she makes Glenn Close’s character in Fatal Attraction look like Barney the Purple Dinosaur.

7. Mafuyu Hayashi from Hatsukoi Monster (First Love Monster)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: July 2, 2016 – September 17, 2016

Mafuyu looks like the ideal girl you could’ve had back in high school (or if you’re presently in high school, she might be that ideal girl). She might come across as the ideal school girl but behind all that, is one twisted perverted girl. When it comes to Shuugo, the boy she has a crush on, that’s when the gloves (well, more than the gloves in which you’re free to use your imagination) come off. We don’t know about you guys, but how would you feel if some girl started stealing and sniffing your undies? When caught in the act, she’s ballistically in denial about it as her personality goes from Dr. Jekyll to Ms. Hyde. On a superficial definition, that’s pretty much why she’s creepy.

6. Akame from Akame Ga Kill!

  • Episodes: 24
  • Aired: July 7, 2014 – December 15, 2014

Compared to a large majority of the characters on this list, Akame is more of an anti-hero as opposed to being a force of evil, or the criminally insane. There is no doubt she’s a skilled ninja but her upbringing has corrupted her. If you could take Teru Mikami from Death Note, John Kreese from Cobra Kai/The Karate Kid, and put it into a ninja girl, then you get Akame in a nutshell. When it comes to facing her opponents, she’s all about the no mercy life (forget about sweeping the leg, you better get the body bags, yeah!) as she screams as she kills people. The fact that she’s willing to fight by refusing promotion partially shows she enjoys being on the field not just for the sake of having her friends’ backs, but for her to go out and slaughter because she’d be bored working behind the scenes.

5. Midari Ikishima from Kakegurui (Kakegurui: Compulsive Gambler)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: July 1, 2017 – September 23, 2017

Unlike most of the other creepy school girls on this list, Midari isn’t afraid to hide it as she’s pretty open about her personality, nor does she try to put on a sweet girl act. Considering the nature of her school at night (in which it becomes a casino), she feels right at home. When it comes to masochism, she’s certainly the queen of it to the point that Pinhead from the Hellraiser movies would give her what she’s looking for. How far does she go to “pay her debts?” Without hesitation, she cuts out her own eye for the student council president! Beyond that, she enjoys playing Russian Roulette. As long as there’s risk in it, as in bodily harm to the point of life and death kind, she’s game! This is enough to tell you how creepy she can get.

4. Magane Chikujoin from Re:CREATORS

  • Episodes: 22
  • Aired: April 8, 2017 – September 16, 2017

As legendary comedian Norm MacDonald once said in a Pokemon segment in his short lived sitcom, he once told a boy who was convinced he was Ash that he has to know the difference between reality and fantasy. In his words, a good way to remember that fantasy is good, while reality is bad. However, Re:Creators certainly challenges that saying in numerous ways. In this, where characters from anime, manga, games, and visual novels manifest in the real world, Magane is probably the most vicious and creepiest of all the villains. In the original novel she comes from, she killed her entire school! Forget her demonic design with her pointy chin, snake-like eyes, and olive skin tone, it’s the fact that she can manipulate people through lies is what makes her creepy. Out of all the villains, she’s the only creation to actually kill innocent people and she went as far to create her original creator! Besides her murderous actions, what is it that ultimately makes her creepy? It’s the fact that when she tells a lie, she can make it true thus bending the rules of reality. Not only can she bend reality, she can also summon monsters!

3. Smiling Titan from Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan)

  • Episodes: 25
  • Aired: April 7, 2013 – September 29, 2013

Though this respective character only has a few brief moments as she appears in Attack on Titan, her impact is undeniably huge (no pun intended). While the Colossal Titan was our introduction to how terrifying the titans are with the power they possess, it was through this Smiling Titan, that devours Eren’s mother, that truly demonstrates how they can be creepy. Yes, she may not be as big and powerful as the Colossal Titan, but that smile as she takes Eren’s mother as she casually eats her with no other sense of emotion just says it all. Destroying the wall is one thing, but eating a defenseless mother with that smile is truly traumatic.

2. Satou Matsuzaka Happy Sugar Life

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: July 14, 2018 – September 29, 2018

Coming in at a very close second is Satou from Happy Sugar Life. All we can say is this isn’t an anime you should judge by its cover because once you watch it, you’re probably going to need a lot of therapy no thanks to Satou. On the outside, she looks like a cute and cheerful anime girl, but once you get to know her, somebody should call the authorities on her because she needs to be institutionalized! As in lock her up and throw away the key kind (or submit her to a lobotomy)! Her affections for Shio is certainly taken to obsessive extremes that will likely creep you out. If yandere could be in an English dictionary, her picture would certainly be in it! Due to her upbringing, she has a twisted idea on what love is. How she expresses her creepiness in regards to her love for Shio in some ways can be “triggering” to those that have been victims of stalking and/or abusive relationships so if you haven’t seen this anime yet, if in the event you do watch it, we encourage you watch with full discretion. For that, we’ll leave it there.

1. Fuchi from The Junji Ito Collection

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: January 5, 2018 – March 23, 2018

We could’ve gone with Tomie and we understand if most of you think we should have, however we have to give it to Fuchi. Compared to Tomie who is more of a shadow character despite her beauty, Fuchi, despite how terrifyingly ugly she is, she puts herself out there and actually has a modeling career! Forget the fact that she’s already creepy to look at, just like most J-Horror ghouls and goblins, she’s not afraid to kill people by devouring them! If you dare tell her she’s ugly or look at her the wrong way, then expect your picture to show up on a carton of milk. Besides her creepy looks, tall frame, and piranha-like teeth, she really has no superpowers to suggest she’s of the supernatural but the fact she eats people should be more than enough to explain. If you’ve read the manga featuring this character, then you know what the anime features is merely just the prologue of how creepy she truly is.

Final Thoughts

We understand when in comparison to previous editions, some entries do feel a little tame and we get that. In some instances, creepy characters need to be appropriately frighten viewers (as in the case of Fuchi) but on the same token, it should be fair that creepy characters be portrayed in a comedic sense as well (case in point, Akira). Then there are those that make you think it should be funny, when it fact it truly does disturb you (as seen with Satou). As we stated in the intro, anime knows how to take things to certain levels and through our list of creepy anime girls, we feel we could express multiple aspects. So in addition to our top ten and our previous top ten, what are some other creepy anime girls you think we missed?

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Author: Justin "ParaParaJMo" Moriarty

Hello, I am originally from the states and have lived in Japan since 2009. Though I watched Robotech and Voltron as a child, I officially became an anime fan in 1994 through Dragon Ball Z during a trip to the Philippines. In addition to anime, I also love tokusatsu, video games, music, and martial arts. よろしくお願いします

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Halloween’s coming up and it’s time to get creepy and spooky. This is that time of year when we can combine darkness, sheer horror and everything evil in this world with lots of candy and TV specials. Of course, this also applies to the world of anime.

Anime can also be dark and scary enough to have its well-deserved place on Halloween, especially considering how many creepy anime characters we can find out there. For that reason, today we’re going to take a look at some of the creepiest girls in anime. You know, those who can be as disturbing as Sadako (just google image her out if you’re not sure who she is).

We’ve already done this in the past, so you’ll find that the following list is a reworked selection of our original Top 10 creepiest anime girls. If you wish to check out the previous selection just keep scrolling down. Now, sit back and enjoy our Frankentastic list of creepy beauties!

10. Kaede Fuyou from Shuffle!

  • Episodes: 24
  • Aired: July 2005 – January 2006

Kaede Fuyou is that sweet girl who just loves cooking for you and taking care of you. She’s so nice and caring that she makes the perfect roommate. Or so it seems… Deep down, Kaede is actually one of the craziest yandere girls ever. Don’t let any other woman come anywhere near you in her presence or you’ll both fear the consequences.

Kaede is Rin Tsuchimi’s childhood friend and she’s been living with him ever since their parents died in a car crash. Kaede is not really evil or a deceitful witch like many of the other girls on our list. In fact, she’s a total cutie pie most of the time. The thing is, Kaede is so obsessively in love with Rin that she may experience psychotic breakdowns with violent outbursts whenever other girls are around him. Although, however dangerous she may be, the creepiest thing about her is the psycho face she makes when she’s about to snap. That look with her eyes wide open is your queue to run like hell.

9. Rize Kamishiro from Tokyo Ghoul

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: July 2014 – September 2014

Everyone knows Rize Kamishiro as the sexy she-ghoul who died trying to eat Kaneki and ended up becoming his organ donor. Rize is actually much more than just that (although we don’t underestimate the importance of donating organs). Seriously, Rize is one of the most wicked and vicious ghouls out there, and that’s saying something.

Rize is so creepy that she’s not satisfied by just eating people alive. This sexy ghoul needs to psychologically torture her prey like she did with Kaneki, making him fall for her before biting off a piece of his shoulder. Rize doesn’t just feast on your flesh; she also feeds from your fear and she loves watching you try to run for your life while she prepares to taste your insides.

8. Miyu Yamano from Kyuuketsuhime Miyu / Vampire Princess Miyu

  • Episodes: 4 OVAs
  • Aired: July 1988 – April 1989

If we’re talking about creepy girls then we definitely need at least one vampire girl on our list. Vampire Princess Miyu, also known as Miyu Yamano, is a creepy little vampire who looks like an innocent 13 year old girl but who’s actually much older. Despite being a vampire, Miyu isn’t really evil as one would expect. As a matter of fact, it’s her job to hunt down evil demons known as Shinma.

However, Miyu is no saint herself either. She can be quite dark and sinister; after all she’s still a bloodsucking demon. Although Miyu has mainly good intentions and she chooses her human victims very carefully, from time to time she enjoys playing with human lives. Being an immortal demon, Miyu has no empathy for humans and she may even let people die in front of her. Do not let her good girl image fool you; this vampire lady can get quite scary.

7. Shion Sonozaki from Higurashi no Naku Koro ni / When They Cry

  • Episodes: 26
  • Aired: April 2006 – September 2006

Shion Sonozaki is one of our favorite psycho killer girls. She’s Mion Sonozaki’s identical twin, which is already quite creepy. Sometimes these two girls switch places and it can get rather disturbing not knowing whether you’re talking to the fun and cheerful twin or to the one that may kidnap and stab you to death.

That’s right, Shion Sonozaki can get a little berserk sometimes. Whenever she gets extremely upset, she may experience psychotic episodes that drive her to kill people in the most wicked and horrifying ways. And as if the killing part wasn’t scary enough, Shion also laughs like a total creep while she’s at it.

6. Misaki Mei from Another

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: January 2012 – March 2012

Misaki Mei is by far the sweetest and most adorable girl on our list, although that doesn’t change the fact that she’s creepy as hell. She’s been scaring the hell out of everyone at school since day one; it’s no wonder why the rest of the students refuse to talk to her. The first girl to die on Another (in that epic death scene at the stairs) actually died after being freaked out by Misaki’s mere presence. But how can this cute and seemingly harmless young girl be so scary?

We don’t want to spoil anything in case you still haven’t watched this awesome show, but the reason why Misaki Mei is so creepy is because we can’t tell whether she’s dead or alive for most of the show. Weird things happen, no one but the main character can talk to her at first, she sits on an old deteriorated desk and she wears an eye patch for some mysterious reason. Everything about her makes us think she might be a ghost and that she brings death to everyone around her, although we keep constantly questioning that idea, which is also why this show is so great.

5. Palm Siberia from Hunter x Hunter (2011)

  • Episodes: 148
  • Aired: October 2011 – September 2014

This is where it starts to get really creepy. Since we’ve mentioned Sadako (the girl from The Ring; “Samara” in the American version), the next particular anime girl comes right to our mind. Palm Siberia is a hunter with a particularly unsettling look. She has long scruffy dark hair, very pale skin and she’s usually seen wearing a long pink dress. Besides, she emanates a dark and frightening aura caused by stress.

Despite her very disturbing look that makes us think she’ll pop out of the TV and take our soul when we least expect it, Palm is actually a nice woman with warm feelings towards Gon. Of course, as her super creepy appearance also implies, she’s not exactly the sanest girl ever. Palm has a rather volatile temper and can even experience violent and psychotic outbursts. Yeah, other than that, she’s pretty normal…

4. Yuno Gasai from Mirai Nikki / The Future Diary

  • Episodes: 26
  • Aired: October 2011 – April 2012

And since we’re talking about temperament (no, we’re not bringing Trump up. That’d be way too creepy) and violent psychotic outbursts, we obviously have to talk about the yandere queen, Yuno Gasai. Yuno is by far one of the creepiest and most frightening girls in anime, mainly because she’s totally unpredictable. Just when you think you’ve seen her craziest and most psychotic side, you find another skeleton in her closet (sometimes literally).

Yuno is capable of absolutely anything in order to be with the target of her sick obsession, her lovely Yuki. She would go as far as drugging him and kidnapping him; hell, she would even kill him if that allowed her to be with him. But still, Yuno’s creepiness goes even further than that. What makes her truly creepy is her bipolarity and how she changes from a sweet loving girl to a psychopathic serial killer. That and her crazy eyes; those can really freak you out!

3. Ai Enma from Jigoku Shoujo / Hell Girl

  • Episodes: 26
  • Aired: October 2005 – April 2006

And now we enter the realm of the really spooky. Ai Enma is a creepy little girl who dwells in a world of twilight. She is known as Hell Girl because her job consists on taking the souls of her victims directly to Hell. It is said that you can reach her on a website at midnight (what are they doing next, Youtuber demons?) and type the name of the person you hate so that Hell Girl comes to take their soul.

The story may sound a bit like a cliché, but Ai Enma is an awesome and really creepy character. She has been delivering people’s vengeance for over 400 years already. That is Ai’s punishment for unleashing her own hatred against the people who killed her and burned their entire village to cinders. Seriously, how can so much hatred fit in such a little girl?

2. Megumi Shimizu from Shiki

  • Episodes: 22
  • Aired: July 2010 – December 2010

Of course, one vampire girl is not enough to make a good list of creepy anime characters. That’s why we also have the sexy yet startling Megumi Shimizu. She’s one of the creepiest and most vicious Shikis around. Megumi is a bloodthirsty demon capable of such monstrous acts as killing her friend’s father.

Megumi hates the villagers so much for not accepting her eccentricity in life that she enjoys killing them and making them suffer. Although she enjoys creeping into boys’ rooms much more. Megumi is still a girl after all, and as such she is attracted to hot young guys like Natsuno, whom she loves to stalk. Megumi is the kind of vampire girl who can come out from under your bed when you least expect it to give you a surprise you’ll never forget…

1. Sachiko Shinozaki from Corpse Party: Tortured Souls

  • Episodes: 4 OVAs
  • Aired: July 2013

And finally we have the creepiest ghost girl in the history of anime. Sachiko Shinozaki is the run-for-your-freaking-life kind of girl. She was murdered by the school principal in such brutal way that she cursed the school, and even after several generations her ghost still haunts everyone in it.

For a 7-year-old girl, Sachiko is a tiny bit more sadistic and gruesome than you’d expect. She enjoys watching people suffer both physically and psychologically, and she can get really creative with the ways in which she tortures, mutilates, and murders her victims. Sachiko loves hanging people as much as she loves slicing, slashing, and eviscerating them, although quite often she will just settle for poking her victims’ eyes out with her weapon of choice, a pair of scissors. Yup, Sachiko is indeed scary as hell, and you need to have guts to face her (literally).


Well, this is it for our list of creepiest anime girls. We hope you’ve enjoyed it and that you’re starting to get into the Halloween spirit. For even more creepy anime girls, feel free to check our previous list just below this one. Also, you can let us know what you think of these scary and creepy girls or name any other that we may have missed. Share your thoughts with us and have a spooktacular Halloween! ˆ-ˆ

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My name is Santiago and I'm an aspiring writer and full-time dreamer. I am currently studying English at college to become a teacher. I like playing Heavy Metal on my guitar as much as I like dancing to Trance music, and I love playing Basketball with my friends as much as I love staying home alone watching Anime. Opposite forces are complementary and interdependent; that is the Yin Yang.

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When you've watched enough anime, you start to notice that there is a standard set of character types that are in most anime. You've got your kuuderes, danderes, clumsy characters, and the ever popular tsundere, but there's just not enough love out there for the creepy anime girl!

You know that creepy anime girl who may be a stalker, have abnormal hobbies, or just is too gloomy and comes off all wrong, right? Yeah, that's the one. There's only a handful of creepy anime characters out there, but you just can't forget to share the love for the creepy anime girl who really gives the anime some comedic and unforgettable moments. Keep in mind, yes, yanderes are creepy, but not every creepy anime girl is a yandere! Now, check out this list of top 10 creepy anime girls to remember.

10. Mogami Kyouko (Skip Beat!)

  • Episodes: 25
  • Aired: October 2008 - March 2009

Kyouko is a sweet, teenage girl who dreams of being a princess and believes in fairy tail endings, which is why she followed her childhood friend, Shou, to Tokyo to help him follow his dreams. While in Tokyo, Kyouko has been working hard every day to support their lifestyle while she waits for Shou's career to pick up. One day, she overhears Shou bad mouthing her and calling her a boring wallflower despite all that she did to support him, so Kyouko swears vengeance and enters the entertainment world to accomplish her goals.

Yes, the #10 creepy anime girl is Mogami Kyouko, who shines bright with talent and innocence. Why? Once Shou breaks Kyouko's innocent young female heart, we get to see Kyouko's inner demons swarm out with a desire for vengeance. Not only that but Kyouko develops a routine of cursing Shou, muttering to herself openly, and plaguing the public with her inner demons. It's a riot to see how Kyouko gets herself into trouble with her dark wrath and hatred, especially when she's the type who wants to be a princess. Maybe she can be a princess of darkness?

9. Motoba Kirie (Himouto! Umaru-chan)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: July 2015 - September 2015

Doma Umaru is perfect in every way from her grades, athletic ability, beauty, and personality, but when she gets home, she's a hamster loving otaku with a love for junk food, video games, anime, TV, and cola! Her older brother Taihei always ends up stuck with all the chores. Umaru's camouflage is perfect, however, so when others see her in her "himouto" mode, they don't even know it's her.

Motoba Kirie is a creepy anime girl who is often misunderstood as being a bad person, which often leaves her alone. Why is she creepy? Well, even if Kirie is technically kind at heart, she has been known to stalk Umaru home, worship chibi Umaru, and stare in silence for long periods of time, which could make anyone uncomfortable.

8. Kosame (Girls Bravo: First Season)

  • Episodes: 11
  • Aired: July 2004 - September 2004

Due to his small size, Yukinari has always been terrorized by girls which resulted in his developing an allergy to girls that causes him to break out in hives if he is near a girl or touched by a girl. One day Yukinari is transported to Seiren, a city that orbits the Earth and is female dominated. Yukinari is terrified of the girls who chase him in Seiren, but there is one special girl, Miharu, whose touch does not give him hives.

Kosame is one scary girl to do combat against, but watch out, if you beat her, she's the obsessive type. Throughout Girls Bravo, she’s constantly stalking Kirie, spying on her, and if she gets a chance, Kosame goes for the grab! Whether it's just an obsessive girl crush or full on shoujo ai, Kosame does not do things lightly, but it's her creepy antics that make Girls Bravo a fun anime to catch when you need a few laughs.

7. Katsura Kotonoha (School Days)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: July 2007 - September 2007

Itou Makoto falls in love with Katsura Kotonoha, a girl who rides the same train as he does. His new classmate, Saionji Sekai finds out about his crush and offers to help him. Although Sekai is successful in getting Makoto and Kotonoha together, deep down, she also has feelings for Makoto. When Makoto laments on how to repay Sekai for her kindness, she claims a kiss as her compensation and leaves him dumbfounded in time for his date with Kotonoha.

Katsura Kotonoha ranks pretty high on the list of creepy ex-girlfriends which earned her a rightful place as a top 10 creepy anime girl. With her imaginary boyfriend Makoto, obsessive and psychotic behavior, and bloody solutions, Kotonoha is definitely one creepy anime girl that you should not mess with. Well, it's also thanks to her psychoticism that we have the beautiful ending that can only be School Days.

6. Kuroki Tomoko (Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui! [WataMote: No Matter How I Look At It, It’s you Guys’ Fault I’m Unpopular!])

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: July 2013 - September 2013

Tomoko's got decades of experience with boys but only in otome games. In reality, she's a teenage shut in who matches the definition of a "mojo" or gloomy girl. Tomoko thought that everything would change for her when she went to high school. She thought she'd make friends, be popular, and get a boyfriend, but once she graduated into high school, Tomoko found that nothing has changed. Now that she's in high school, it's time to take a look at herself in the mirror and fix the problem, but mirrors don't lie and what Tomoko sees isn't what she expected.

Kuroki Tomoko is probably what ignorant people think of when they first imagine "female otaku". You'll find yourself constantly switching between sympathy and creeped out when you watch WataMote. Maybe it's her misconception about beauty, erotic dreams in school, or the way she giggles as she is verbally abused by a recording from her favorite seiyuu that makes Tomoko one of the creepiest anime girls, but it's what makes WataMote worthwhile to watch.

5. Nakahara Sunako (Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge[The Seven Metamorphoses of Yamato nadeshiko])

  • Episodes: 25
  • Aired: October 2006 - March 2007

Kyouhei, Ranmaru, Takenaga and Yuki are living in a mansion for free, but what does this paradise cost them? They have to turn the landlady's niece into a perfect lady, except unbeknownst to them, Sunako is a gore loving, gloomy girl who lurks in the shadows. While they try to get her to come out of her shell, Sunako is blinded by their brightness and constantly faints with a nosebleed. Is Sunako going to become a lady first or is she going to die from blood loss?

Sunako skulks the halls bringing gloom and terror to classmates and her roommates. Sunako is the type to seek refuge in the science laboratory with animals preserved in mysterious fluids and anatomical skeletons. She's the creepy anime girl whose best friends are anatomical figures and skeletons that she keeps hidden away in her dark bedroom! If that doesn't make Sunako creepy enough, Sunako cooks like she's in a slasher film and moves like Sadako. However, with all these traits, Sunako makes Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge a hilarious anime to watch. There are not many shoujo heroines out there that would choose a chainsaw as their weapon of choice.

4. Sadatsuka Nao (Shokugeki no Soma[Food Wars])

  • Episodes: 24
  • Aired: April 2015 - September 2015

Yukihara Soma has been working at his family's restaurant since he was little with the dream that he would be able to inherit the restaurant and cook better than his father, but one day, his father decides to close up shop to cook around the world. Soma is told to enroll into Totsuki Culinary Academy, a school with a 10% graduation rate, to hone his skills. Soma isn't expecting much, but when he arrives, he is surprised by what he discovers when he attends Totsuki, a school famous for its showdowns called the Shokugeki. The Shokugeki pits students against each other in a gamble to test their skills. Soma soon discovers he's not the only one with a talent for cooking and perhaps cooking school isn't as boring as he thought it was.

There is no way you missed Nao in Shokugeki no Soma. She stalks Erina in the trees and secretly curses Erina's best friend and aide, Hisako. It's not just her stalking ability that makes her such a creepy anime girl, it's how she brings her personality out in her cooking. No one could concoct a foul smelling, black sludge and call it curry but Nao. You've never know if she was nourishing you or poisoning you!

3. Priscilla (Claymore)

  • Episodes: 26
  • Aired: April 2007 - September 2007

Yoma wander the earth feasting on human entrails and then camouflaging into society by changing into a human form. To defend humans against Yoma, half-yoma half-human warriors known as Claymores for the swords that they wield or "Silver-eyed Witches" for their silver eyes are sent out by an organization to fight the Yoma. While humans need the Claymores to survive, they hate them and shun them from society. Raki, a young boy, loses everything to the Yoma and is saved by a Claymore, Clare. With no one willing to care for him, Raki runs off with Clare to join her on her journey and learn about the existence of Claymores, beings who are so hated by society but keep society alive.

What makes Priscilla a creepy anime girl, and actually all awakened beings, is the fact that she can seem so coherent and sweet at one moment, and then murderously slay you the next. Combined with Priscilla's control of youki and skill, Priscilla is not a predator you want stalking you. It's truly her innocent demeanor that should really creep you out the most because it lures you in before turning into a monster that will be your demise, but that's also what makes her one creepy anime girl to love because she makes a worthy antagonist.

2. Shimizu Megumi (Shiki)

  • Episodes: 22
  • Aired: July 2010 - December 2010

Megumi dreams of living it up big in the city in contrast to her quiet village life in Sotoba, where she looks forward to nothing but seeing the boy she has a crush on, Yuuki Natsuno. Things take a turn for the worst when Megumi dies in what is deemed a village epidemic, and Natsuno finds himself haunted by Megumi after her death. Meanwhile, Ozaki Toshio, the local doctor, questions the nature of the disease plaguing the village. Between Toshio and Natsuno, they attempt to save Sotoba from the evil lurking in the shadows.

Aside from the fact that she's dead yet wandering the earth, Shimizu Megumi makes a name for herself as a creepy anime girl. She's barely even spoken with Natsuno, but after her death, Megumi becomes obsessive and deluded, believing that only she has the right to turn Natsuno into a vampire. Megumi watches Natsuno from the shadows with a fiery possessiveness and haunts him in his dreams. Make sure that when you visit Sotoba, you aren't crushed my Megumi's "crush".

1. Gasai Yuno (Mirai Nikki)

  • Episodes: 26
  • Aired: October 2011 - April 2012

Amano Yukiteru is a teenage boy who is timid and has a habit of communicating with imaginary friends on his cell phone diary. Somehow, Gasai Yuno falls in love with him and they are thrown into a game of survival involving the future and their cell phone diaries, all led by the God of time, an imaginary friend that Yukiteru thought he made up. In this game, only one can survive and become God.

Gasai Yuno makes it as the top on our list of creepy anime girls! While her yandere traits add to her creepiness, it's her obsession, blind devotion, ability to kill without remorse, and twisted sense of justice that makes Yuno one of the creepiest anime girls. It's such a contrast to her cute appearance! Even her own future diary is a reflection of her personality: obsessive stalker, but she makes up for everything that Yukiteru lacks. You can't have Mirai Nikki without Yuno.

Creepy anime girls are one of a kind. They have their quirks and fearsome personalities, but they can help make an anime enjoyable. From obsession to bloodlust, creepy anime girls can really catch viewers off guard. Whether a creepy anime girl is present for comedic relief or to drive the anime onward, how many people can say they don't like a good creepy anime girl?

While it's not the most popular anime character trope, it's an unforgettable one. Who's your favorite creepy anime girl?

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Author: Jenangelx3

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