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The 10 Japanese favorite Tsundere – 2024



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O Anime!Anime! as he does every year, he asked the Japanese again what their characters are tsundere favorites in anime. Following last year’s tradition, in the survey we could read “Who is your favorite tsundere character?”.

The survey was carried out from December 27th to January 3rd. To celebrate the results, it is interesting to note that January 11th was designated as “Salt Day (塩の日)” in Japan. It dates back to the theory that on the same day in 1569, the warlord Uesugi Kenshin sent salt to save the population of the territory of your rival, Takeda Shingen. This episode is the origin of the proverb “Send salt to the enemy”. In recent years, the hostile and cold way of treating others has been called “salty treatment”.

Tsundere is a Japanese term for a personality that is initially aggressive, which alternates with a more gentle personality. Tsundere is a combination of two words, tsuntsun (ツンツン) and deredere (デレデレ). Tsuntsun is onomatopoeia for “cold, blunt”, and deredere means “to become kind/loving”.

This personality trait has captivated the public. The survey results not only indicate a continued appreciation for these types of characters, but also a deep interest in these types of characters.

10 Japanese favorite Tsundere – 2024

10. Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière – “Zero no Tsukaima”

9. Asuka Langley – “Neon Genesis Evangelion”

8. Oh Haibara – “Detective Conan”

7. Mikoto Misaka – “Toaru Majutsu no Index”

6. Shana – “Shakugan no Shana”

5. Shinonome Ena – “Project Sekai: Colorful Stage! feat. Hatsune Miku”

4. United Kingdom – “Hetalia Axis Powers”

3. Karane Inda – “The 100 Girlfriends Who Really, Really, Really, Really, Really Love You”

two. Taiga Aisaka – “Toradora”

1. Nino Nakano – “Gotoubun no Hanayome”

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