From Gintoki to Shiro, these anime characters have a quality that only comes from great facial hair. Every time you see one of their faces, there’s a matching mustache on the chin. With just as much personality as they do beards and mustaches, these guys will always win our hearts with those bad boys!
The “anime characters with mustaches” is a list of 15 iconic anime characters with iconic mustaches. Some of these characters are from the popular series, Naruto, while others are from other famous animes like Bleach and One Piece.
There are just a few things you can grow on your face that instantly reveal your personality.
Mustaches, on the other hand, are nearly an introduction in and of themselves.
Whether it’s a wild bushy beard or a neat, well-trimmed beard, it seems as if you already know the person just looking at their facial hair.
We’ll look at some well-known anime characters with equally well-known mustaches in this list.
The mustaches will, in some situations, be the more iconic of the two!
1. Roger D. Gol
One Piece is a popular anime series.
Our isn’t the final character from One Piece on this list (who knew pirates were so obsessed with mustaches?). but unquestionably one of the most well-known.
Also sporting some wonderfully curved facial hair is the pirate who launched the Golden Age.
Considering where it must be hooked to his lip, it’s virtually defying gravity.
He must spend a fortune on pomade, therefore it’s a good thing he’s got a lot of money.
There’s no denying that he looks the part – and the’stache only adds to his reputation as a fearsome pirate captain.
Dragon Ball GT is a Japanese anime series.
“YOU IDIOT, I SHAVED MY MOOOSTACHE!”
Vegeta’s efforts to fit in on Earth by growing a mustache not only made him appear like the world’s buffest cop/dad at times, but it also gave us one of the most classic lines in the Dragon Ball series, let alone GT.
To be honest, I liked the appearance.
It’s too bad he didn’t use his Super Saiyan powers while he still had them.
By this time, it would almost certainly have become a cult classic among show aficionados.
3. Netero, Isaac
Hunter X Hunter is a Japanese anime series.
Isn’t it true that becoming one of the most powerful characters in your world necessitates some form of distinguishing feature?
It’s a gigantic sword for some. It’s outlandish clothing for others.
It’s a mustache that could cut a loaf of bread for Isaac Netero.
Granted, every strand of his hair has something positive to say about it — his barber isn’t going broke.
The beard that forms a hook and the outrageously long eyebrows, on the other hand, come in second and third place to the huge mustache.
He even had two chances thanks to the show’s two adaptations.
The first version had all gray hair, but the more recent relaunch gave him bright white hair, which I think is the much superior version.
Major Alex Louis Armstrong, No. 4
Fullmetal Alchemist is a Japanese anime series.
If you have more hair on your face than on your head, you need to make the most of it.
Major Armstrong, fortunately for us, comes out firing with his slick blonde attempt.
Seriously, the dude has a handlebar that rivals a Harley- Davidson’s.
If being extraordinarily tall, muscular, and powerful wasn’t enough, he also had to compete in the looks department?
While his looks may not match his kind personality, his fashionable facial hair plainly indicates a guy who is making the most of what he has.
5. King of the Celestial Spirits
Fairy Tail is a Japanese animated television series.
You’d be hard pushed to find someone who doesn’t think this is a work of art.
The Spirit King is as big as he is, and he has a mustache to match.
It’s so large, in fact, that it almost covers his whole chest.
Not to mention the one-of-a-kind form.
He seems to be exhaling massive billowing clouds of steam from his nostrils.
When bulls in cartoons get enraged, do you recall what happens to them?
Similar to that, but considerably more magnificent and magisterial.
Given that he could match the mustache with a heavenly beard, it seems odd that the remainder of his facial hair is such a light stubble.
But, then, who am I to disagree with the Celestial Spirit World’s ruler?
Ken-Goh is number six.
Eureka Seven is a Japanese animated television series.
You want to make sure this featured figure doesn’t turn his head too rapidly while you’re around, or you’ll end up with a hole in a place you didn’t want to have one.
That, however, is Ken-Goh for you.
You could find yourself perforated from a far larger distance anyway if you’re a skilled marksman…
In combination with that fact, his mustache screams military, yet he stays tight-lipped about that aspect of his life.
So, although his background remains a mystery, it’s no surprise that he has a mustache that might be used as a weapon.
The ideal combination of style and danger!
7. Mustachio in the Spring
One Punch Man is a Japanese anime series.
Spring Mustachio, although being one of the lower-ranking A-Class heroes in the One Punch Man universe (apparently by choice), looks the part of a handsome swordsman.
Tall with jet black hair and sideburns, and dressed from head to toe in a suit.
The gentleman’s handlebar mustache, of course, completes the image.
He even twirls it now and again to make sure we all know what he’s talking about!
With his short sword, he is lethal, and his speed is renowned.
But call us (myself) shallow since we’re just in it for the gorgeous facial fuzz.
Alaindelon is a fruit that belongs to the genus Alai
Beelzebub is a Japanese animated television series.
You’d expect Alaindelon to be lifting weights with those large spheres on the end – or wearing a stripy pajama-style unitard – for someone with the Strongman Special when it comes to facial hair.
This dimension-hopping monster, on the other hand, is the operation’s comedian rather than its brawn.
His tenacity is practically unrivaled, and he even pretended to drown in a rushing river at one point.
He wasn’t going to be pumping iron at the circus anytime soon, however.
He’s eager to help his buddies, and as part of his arsenal of demon abilities, he can even carry them about in his own body.
However, for this inclusion in our list, we’re more interested in the mustache than the guy underneath it.
Tessai Tsukabishi (nine)
Bleach is a Japanese anime series.
If I had to choose a Gigai – a human body that allows a Shinigami to spend time in the human world – to hide out in for a long time, I couldn’t do much better than Tessai Tsukabishi’s mustachioed masterpiece.
The former captain’s sideburns and handlebar mustache combination would normally stand out like two painful thumbs in a row of fingers, rather than creating a look that no one would notice if he hadn’t been expelled from the Soul Society and forced to hide.
Tsukabishi, on the other hand, couldn’t really rest because to the Gigai’s untraceable nature, but he can undoubtedly savor the benefits of a wonderful facial hair combination.
Those benefits are most likely the wonder and respect of those who surround him.
Herman Melville is number ten.
Bungo Stray Dogs is a Japanese anime series.
To begin with, he isn’t that Herman Melville from Moby Dick — he is just named after him.
Second, take a look at that mustache and tell me anything else about him is significant.
I’m serious; he must have to hire a machete-wielding dude every time he wants to have his meal.
It’s as if his mouth had its own set of curtains, revealing his teeth as if they were actors in a play.
To be honest, I’m out of analogies to express it.
Outside of mustache, this creature deserves its own category.
Is it a lip beard?
Whatever it is named, more of it are needed in the globe.
One Piece is a popular anime series.
The current possessor of one of the finest mustaches in anime history is the previous captain of the Cook Pirates.
Just take a look at that thing.
Anyone with braidable facial hair is already a winner when it comes to being cool.
Given that his gorgeous mustache looks like two twisted breadsticks adhered to his upper lip – and that’s before even getting into the flare that the ribbons add being knotted to the end – it’s only right that this submission belongs to a chef.
Given his brashness and proclivity for being harsh with those he works with, it’s probably better if he can be appreciated from afar.
Tomio Ookawa, No. 12
Not content with only one billowing cloud-like mustache, Tomio Ookawa seems to have attempted to grow another one in his beard as well.
But don’t be fooled by his looks.
This man may seem grungy, but he’s not someone you want to mess with.
His violent outbursts, while being ridiculously large and strong, are terrifying even by the horror anime’s own standards – which is fairly frightening.
So try not to look if you see this beard and mustache combination drifting towards you.
It’s possible that it’ll be the last thing you see.
Lord Yupa, number 13
Anime: Nausicaa of the Windy Valley
Turn on the beacons and warn the villagers: there’s another lip beard on the way!
Lord Yupa is a confirmed fan favorite when it comes to Studio Ghibli, therefore he’s probably one of the most well-known.
This Dune-inspired post-apocalypse, like the guy with more mustache than face, need little introduction.
Face hair is required for the best swordsman in history.
And he more than lives up to the billing.
While his pursuit for the “Blue Clad One” is a major plot point, we don’t get to see much of him attempting to chew anything through the jungle on his upper lip.
All I want to know is how it works!
Gan Fall (#14)
One Piece is a popular anime series.
While having a real God to battle with in the facial hair stakes may sound unfair, luckily Gan Fall doesn’t go crazy with it.
There are no burning follicles or hair that has taken on a life of its own here.
It’s only a throwback to a period when an elderly guy could wear it.
He has a knightly beard and mustache, as you’d expect from a knight — the long, tapered appearance you’ll see on most tapestries.
Gan Fall, a noble person with a noble appearance, was snatched from his position as God of Skypiea once upon a time, yet he illustrates that a classic appearance can never be toppled.
15. Luisenbarn Barragan
Bleach is a Japanese anime series.
We’ve already got one ex-captain from the Soul Society, so it seems only fair to have someone from the other side.
And when it comes to mustaches, you won’t find anything finer or thicker than the one Barragan Luisenbarn has on exhibit.
The 2nd Espada and previous God-King of Hueco Mundo, dressed in the famous all-white appearance we’ve seen a few times on this list, may seem to be an elderly guy, but he’s proved to be one of the most formidable Shinigami opponents.
The guy (being?) is Death himself, controlling time in a manner that only a select few could possibly comprehend.
In this case, the mustache could well be the icing on the cake!
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