Top 10 Laziest Anime Characters That Have Stayed Unforgettable

Top Ten Laziest Anime Characters!
Lazy Anime Characters

In the anime universe, there are as many characters as there are people on this globe. Anime characters, just like individuals, have different personality qualities. The popularity of any anime character is determined by that feature. There are certain characters who are known for their outspoken personalities. For example, Asta is the kind of anime character who is constantly on the go and screaming. His main personality trait is that he is not lazy. Today, however, we will go the other way and examine the top ten laziest anime characters in the anime world.

The intriguing aspect of anime is how well the characters are portrayed. You would think that the laziest anime characters have nothing to offer the story, but they do leave an impression. In this post, we will look at the top 10 laziest anime characters and evaluate why they are so lazy and how they affect the plot. Because the anime universe is so vast, it is always entertaining to scrutinize the looks and personalities of the characters. You may be interested in the influence they have on the plot, as well as their laziness. So without further ado…

Here are the ten laziest anime characters

Nobita Nobisuke

Nobita Nobisuke of the Doraemon is one of the best examples of the laziest anime characters. The reason Doraemon came out of the 22nd century was to help Nobita achieve success and stop being lazy. As kids we were always fascinated by this anime and Nobita, who can sleep as easily as turning off the light. We’ve seen him sleep several times in the anime just because he wanted to.

Nobita Nosuke Laziest anime characters
Nobita even sleeps in his dreams

Many episodes started with Nobita sleeping on his futon and being woken up by Doraemon or his mother for being late for school. It is hard to imagine that he will be a genius and a successful person in the future. Anime has always been a huge source of entertainment for me as a child. Despite the fact that Nobita is one of the worst anime protagonists, the Doraemon animation has always been fantastic.

Sakata Gintoki

I’m sure you’ve come across the kind of person who is slow until there’s something in it for them. Sakata Gintoki is just that kind of anime character. Gintoki is often seen in the anime lazing about reading his shounen jump manga and picking his nose. He’s so lazy that he’d rather pee in bed than get out of bed to go to the bathroom, and he’ll justify it with a five-minute monologue about how the reality of strawberry milk is the thrill of wetting the bed. Doesn’t make sense, right? Most of the episodes in the anime are as follows.

Sakata Gintoki, one of the lazy anime characters
Picking gin in his nose

But when it comes to doing his chores, he is definitely prepared and committed. He is also a formidable samurai who wields only a wooden sword as a weapon. As a shounen genre character, he skipped the training arc because it seemed too difficult. Gintoki, on the other hand, is one of the laziest anime characters, but also one of the sharpest.

Shikamaru Nara

Shikamaru’s character is meant to be both slow and intelligent. He is a brilliant tactician. Even with his prowess, you might think it doesn’t consume much energy and allows him to get the job done while just standing. He is a prime example of someone looking for the simplest method of accomplishing things to save energy. His laziness made him famous and set him apart from the rest of the Naruto franchise.

Shikamaru Nara
Shikamaru Nara from Boruto

He is frustrated by the tedious activities he has to perform and was often noticed in his early years for lazing about. Despite the fact that his lazy persona was seen more in the Naruto arc than in the Naruto Shippuden arc. He had a change in his personality after the death of his sensei and seemed less sluggish.

Shoto Aizawa

Don’t you wish you could sleep at work and not be held accountable? Shoto Aizawa is often seen taking a nap at work. But only after he has completed his task. For example, he entrusted the assignment of the prom to a student and promptly went to sleep. He always has a sleeping bag with him. In addition, his character design seems sloppy.

Shoto Aizawa
Aizawa sleeping

With melancholy eyes and a pale complexion. But, like many great anime characters, he is a brilliant character who excels in his work as a teacher. He is so committed to his job that he is willing to put his students through hell to become a hero.

Kenma Kozume

In the anime universe, there is also an anime character who is slow in a sport that requires so much effort and movement. Kenma Kozume from Haikyuu is a prime example of the laziest anime character. Still, it’s his slowness that makes this character so memorable. He, like Shikamaru, is a strategist who uses tactics to avoid having to move too much.

Kozume Kenma
tired kenma

He is known as Brain of the Nekoma Volleyball team. Despite his volleyball skills, he is a gamer, and we all know that gamers are prime examples of the lazy personality trait. In addition, his appearance resembles that of a cat that does not move much and is often seen at rest.


In the Servamp anime, Sleepy Ash or Sloth is called Kuro. Kuro is an anime character known for being lazy due to his name and the fact that he is a vampire. I mean, a vampire spends two-thirds of the day sleeping, only to come out at night to suck blood. Kuro, the sloth’s slave, is the slowest vampire in the world. As a modern vampire, he spends his time sleeping, lounging and playing video games.

Sleepy Ash
Kuro of Servamp

Plus, he’s a pacifist vampire who doesn’t even consume blood, so Kuro accomplishes nothing. To avoid responsibility, he runs away and avoids doing things because he doesn’t want to be responsible if something terrible happens. He only consumes blood prior to a fight. Kuro also dislikes discussing his past as it infuriates him and brings out a darker part of him.


Umaru-Chan from the Himouto Umaru-chan anime is, in my opinion, the epitome of what otakus are all about. To the outside world, she is a top-level student who is extremely humble, like many otakus desires. However, when she is at home, she turns into a chibi figure who does nothing but watch anime, eat junk food, read manga and play.

Chibi Umaru
Chibi Umaru lying around

She is dirty at home and so lazy that she does nothing in the household, not even take care of her own hamster. She’s a whiner who starts to cry when things don’t go well. When she’s not at home, she’s a lovely high school girl dressed in a typical adolescent fashion. When she returns to her room, she is turned into a chibi character wearing a hamster outfit.

Ikta Solork

Ikta Solork is known as “The Invincible Lazy General” in the Nejimaki Seirei Senki: Tenkyou no Alderamin or Alderamin in the Sky. He is one of the laziest anime characters since he misses classes and skips graduation every year. He prefers to spend his time napping, chasing girls and despising handsome men. To be precise, he prefers older ladies and won’t pass up the chance to flirt with them at first sight.

Ikta Solorok one of the laziest anime characters
Ikta yawning

Ikta lacks combat skills and is inexperienced with weapons. So, how did he become a general while missing all the necessary talents and skipping school? It is because he is a brilliant thinker and tactician. Moreover, he despises individuals who give up, which is ironic, isn’t it? Anyway, he perfectly fits the criteria of being one of the laziest anime characters.


This powerful one-piece character is the laziest of all one-piece anime characters. His catchphrase is “Lazy Justice”, and he lives by it. He has shown no emotion in his brief appearance in the anime and falls asleep at the first opportunity. Because he is so listless, many One Piece characters underestimate him and believe that he cannot possibly be an admiral of the world government.

Admiral Aokijic
Aokiji is taking a nap

He is the first admiral depicted in the anime. However, when the occasion calls for it and he sees the need to fight, he will use his Lazy Justice determination. Remember how the war started in the Marineford arc? Aokiji got off to a rocking start. If the screenplay didn’t interest him, he’d take a nap in addition to the conflict.


Tanaka-Kun is always listless, as the anime title suggests, Tanaka is too listless to move an inch. He always relies on his friend Oota for even the smallest of tasks. Oota does everything for Tanaka to the extent that Tanaka could die if Oota abandoned him or got sick. Oota takes care of everything from cooking to transporting Tanaka.

Tanakun is always listless
Tanaka yawning

When awake, he is constantly dozing off and pretending to be tired. Whenever he is assigned a task, he moans and wishes he could sleep. The whole animation revolves around Tanka’s lethargy, and his laziness is the key. So, after all is said and done, he is the laziest anime character out there among the anime characters.

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A digital manga remake began publication on Shueisha's Tonari no Young Jump website in June 2012. The manga's illustration is by Yusuke Murata. Its chapters are regularly collected and released as each tankobon book. At the time of writing, January 2021 23 volumes were published. For North America, Viz Media license the manga remake to be released in English version and has serialized in their Weekly Shonen Jump digital magazine.

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