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Mentors assist others in developing into better versions of themselves. They may assist you in developing your professional or personal life — or both.

In shounen anime, mentors are typically remembered the most:

They’re characters who show up early in the story to help the protagonist (and make them learn a technique or two).

Mentors, on the other hand, take several shapes in anime.

Others are regarded prodigies in their fields, while others are elderly and strange. Then there are instructors who go above and beyond their job description and, one by one, improve the lives of their pupils.

With that in mind, these are my all-time favorite anime mentor characters.

 

Rin Tohsaka is number 20 on the list.

Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works (anime)

Shirou’s tutor is the all-time anime queen of the ‘absolute territory,’ or zettai ryouiki (and Saber).

Yes, there is a compelling reason for supporters to root for Shirou and Rin. Particularly if they’ve experienced the spicy visual novel.

But being a member of Shirou’s strong harem doesn’t stop her from teaching him all there is to know about the Holy Grail War.

Rin may not seem to be a mentor because of her tsundere demeanor, but her sincere desire to help Shirou cannot be overstated. When Shirou was hurt, she went out of her way to be near him.

Furthermore, her real ending in FSN: UBW includes her inviting Shirou to stay in London with her as her apprentice.

 

Elias Ainsworth, 19

Elias Ainsworth from The Ancient Magus' Bride

Anime: The Bride of the Ancient Magus

Fans might argue that Chise Hatori is also Elias Ainsworth’s tutor, and they would be correct.

Throughout the series, she serves as a catalyst for the mystery mage’s emotional growth.

Nonetheless, Elias serves as a tutor in a more formal capacity (as does Chise, the mage’s apprentice).

He’s an odd guy with a strong desire to learn about people.

Chise doesn’t mind that Elias brought the female MC in to perform tests; after all, he’s more tolerant of her than her family.

Furthermore, Elias’ motives aren’t malevolent.

As one could put it, his research aim is to extend her life span.

It’s a conundrum: Chise is a mage’s apprentice, yet Elias warns her against using too much magic since it may harm her health.

Regardless, Elias is still doing a great job as her tutor (and fiancé).

He gives out learning activities and offers his own knowledge while being humble enough to admit when he is wrong.

 

Tooru Miyagishi, age 18

Tooru Miyagishi Hanasaku Iroha anime screenshot

Hanasaku Iroha is a Japanese anime series.

Hanasaku Iroha is a beautiful unique series that once again demonstrates PA Works’ inventiveness.

It exposes viewers to a beautiful rural setting and characters like Minko Tsurugi and Tooru Miyagishi as part of the studio’s “working series trilogy.”

Tooru is just 23 years old right now.

Even at that early age, he’s already a hard worker who knows his way about the kitchen.

Even though he’s still a junior chef, he can easily undertake the hard duties if one of the major chefs is unavailable for the day.

How does he manage to be so excellent at cooking?

It’s because he’s very hard on himself when it comes to work.

And it is his desire to learn that refines his ability to teach.

Tooru really wants Minko to succeed, even if she finds his teaching approach harsh.

In a same spirit, he may be obnoxious with Ohana at times, yet he is also a loving brother to her.

 

Victor Nikiforov (#17)

Victor Nikiforov from Yuri on Ice anime

Yuri on Ice is a Japanese anime series.

Hundreds of thousands of Yuri on Ice fans, I’m sure, are still waiting for the film to be released.

After all, the Ice Adolescence trailer showed a stunning long-haired Victor Nikiforov performing in front of a large audience, and Yuri Katsuki would not be where he is now if it weren’t for him.

Victor seems to be the finest instructor an aspiring figure skater could have on paper.

He has won events in Europe, the globe, and the Grand Prix.

In fact, he won each of the first two categories five times in a row.

Victor, as Yuri’s tutor, demonstrates that even the most successful people can improve, which I admire.

This is a guy who despises having his actions dictated to him. He’s now in a position where he must issue instructions.

I really like how he and Yuri interact.

Both men have distinct skills and limitations (as well as excellent chemistry, romantic or otherwise), and their genuine desire to assist one another propels them onward.

Victor’s accomplishments at such a young age did not prepare him for Yuri’s icy phobia and emotional side. However, this does not stop him from trying.

 

Satoru Gojo, no. 16

Satoru Gojo in Jujutsu Kaisen anime

Jujutsu Kaisen is a Japanese anime series.

Gojo was already making waves in Fall 2020 and Winter 2021, even before Jujutsu Kaisen debuted on Netflix.

He’s tall, charming, witty, and unquestionably attractive.

Not to add, he’s regarded as one of the series’ most strong characters.

Gojo isn’t your average educator.

He does his own thing whether he’s instructing Yuji, Megumi, Nobara, or any other Tokyo Jujutsu High pupil.

Making Itadori watch all of those movies was both amusing and effective.

More significantly, I like his progressive attitude, which contrasts sharply with the school’s leadership.

Gojo is aware of the importance of politics in the educational system.

Instead of outright killing the higher-ups (who will simply be replaced with similar people), his strategy of enlightening the youth and providing essential critical-thinking skills to challenge the system is outstanding, and it reminds me of how education has always been key to solving many long-standing social issues in real life.

 

Minamo Kurosawa is 15 years old.

Minamo Kurosawa from Azumanga Daioh: The Animation

Azumanga Daioh: The Animation is an anime series created by Azumanga Daioh.

Minamo Kurosawa is one of eight characters in this all-female core ensemble from 2002’s slice-of-life masterpiece.

All six student MCs are her students, and she is their instructor.

They are the most significant adult characters in the story, along with Yukari Tanizaki (a colleague teacher who is both a close friend and competitor).

Yukari may mock her about becoming a gym instructor and her love exploits, but there’s no doubting her dedication as a teacher and a genuine person.

Minamo-sensei is revered by many pupils.

Why shouldn’t they?

She’s a trustworthy someone who embodies what you think of when you think of a responsible adult.

Minami has a vehicle, an apartment, and a steady job.

While some young people are hesitant to seek adult counsel on personal issues, the kids here know that Minami can offer important assistance without dismissing their problems.

If anybody questions Minamo’s commitment to youth education, they should consider the fact that she previously turned down a lucrative job offer because she loved teaching.

 

Erina Nakiri is 14 years old.

Erina Nakiri in Food Wars anime

Food Wars is an anime series.

Erina Nakiri hails from a well-known and well-respected family in the culinary world.

Even as a youngster, she had the ability to make even the most seasoned cooks quiver.

It’s no surprise that she was elected to the Elite Ten student council and given the responsibility of overseeing her school’s admission test (where she first met Soma).

Soma and Erina didn’t get along at first, and it looked like Soma was the only one who wanted them to be close friends.

But here’s the thing: Here’s the thing:

Erina couldn’t be blamed completely for her menacing demeanor.

Because to her nasty father and distant mother, she had a difficult upbringing.

Thankfully, she learns to open out to others and becomes a wonderful mentor to Soma and the rest of the 92nd Totsuki Generation.

The Polar Star Dormitory’s inhabitants wanted to make her feel welcome, so Erina returned the favor by giving culinary critiques, thorough training, and establishing friendships with them all.

 

Lisa is 13 years old.

Lisa Lisa from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is a Japanese anime series.

JoJo fans were treated to the fantastic JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken TV series by David Production in 2012.

And it was here that they first met Lisa Lisa.

Lisa Lisa is probably one of the most beautiful adult ladies (i.e., not another adolescent girl) in anime, with her black hair and lovely blue eyes, as well as the way she constantly conducts herself with elegance — yet she’s not just about looks.

Caesar Zeppeli and Joseph Joestar were both taught by Lisa Lisa.

She’s brave and confident in her ability to stand up for herself.

Caesar and Joseph can testify to her strict training methods, and even Joseph’s antics are not spared.

When you see her mastery of Ripple, her trademark fighting talent, Snake Muffler, is nothing to laugh at.

In fact, if she hadn’t been their tutor, Caesar and Joseph would not have spent so much time learning Ripple (also, her identity reveal is great).

 

Reigen Arataka is the 12th character in the Reigen Arataka series.

Reigen Arataka Mob Psycho 100 anime screenshot

Mob Psycho 100 is a Japanese anime series.

Reigen may seem to be the same age as Mob.

But that’s probably why he wears a black suit nearly all of the time (complete with a tie).

Reigen is in a league of his own as Shigeo Kageyama’s mentor:

This guy knows all there is to know about people and their various emotional states. As a result, he can tell when Mob isn’t in the proper frame of mind, even though his pupil seems unconcerned.

Reigen is quick to lend a hand to Mob and listen to his concerns.

Yes, he does a lot of things for his own advantage.

His Spirits and Such Consultation Office isn’t the most trustworthy company in the world, and his emotional intelligence and social abilities make him an adept manipulator of both clients and foes.

Reigen, on the other hand, is a top-notch tutor and an interesting person in general.

He isn’t without flaws, particularly when it comes to Mob.

He may, nevertheless, be respectable when necessary.

Mob learnt not to use violence to solve issues, and Reigen has always pushed for people to treat each other fairly, regardless of their social position (and supernatural gifts).

 

Master Roshi is number eleven.

Master Roshi in Dragon Ball anime

Dragon Ball Z is a Japanese animated television series.

Master Roshi, although being a pervert recluse and one of the most famous elderly people in anime and manga history, is nonetheless a respectable mentor.

Master Roshi, also known as Turtle Hermit, is in charge of the Turtle School. Not only Goku, but even Gohan and Yamcha have benefited from his tremendous martial arts knowledge.

And who doesn’t like a little bit of oddity?

Sure, his passion for particular publications may be off-putting – especially when you consider that he doesn’t want his students practicing the Kamehameha wave since it can harm his publications.

Master Roshi, on the other hand, understands when to put his filthy, funny side aside in favor of a more serious and severe attitude.

He once disguised himself and entered a combat competition in which they were competing.

What was he thinking when he did this?

He didn’t want his students to lose interest in martial arts since no one could really compete with them.

 

Kakashi Hatake is number ten on the list.

Kakashi Hatake from Naruto anime

Naruto is a Japanese anime series.

What hasn’t been said about Kakashi Hatake, after all?

If Generation Z thinks of Sato Gojo when they’re asked about a male character in a shounen anime who hides a portion of his face and mentors three adolescents, Generation Y would most likely think of Kakashi first.

Like Gojo, he’s an intriguing MC who rapidly establishes himself as one of the show’s most powerful figures.

Menacing villains like Pain and Itachi Uchiha also struggled to defeat Kakashi.

But it’s as a teacher to Team 7 that I’ll remember him the most:

Kakashi shines most as a mentor and a trustworthy figure of authority, as Hagoromo Otsutsuki pointed out.

Viewers are aware of Naruto’s, Sasuke’s, and Sakura’s development into strong and amazing adults.

And Kakashi had a big influence on all three of them when they were younger.

Kakashi emphasized the importance of teamwork (Obito taught him this), and his aloof attitude vanishes when friends need his exceptional observation and critical-thinking abilities in combat.

 

Rayleigh Silvers, No. 9

Silvers Rayleigh in One Piece anime

One Piece is a popular anime series.

Learning from someone who lacks the necessary experience to complement their knowledge is not difficult.

If Luffy hadn’t been taught by a renowned and famous man like Silvers Rayleigh, he may have required a few more years to perfect the Haki.

He was a member of the Roger Pirates and was instrumental in Luffy’s growth. He was also known as the Dark King.

Haki might be grasped by any living thing.

However, the vast majority of people never reach their full potential or just fail at Haki.

Silvers Rayleigh, on the other hand, was skilled in all three Haki categories: Kenbunshoku Haki, Busoshoku Haki, and Haoshoku Haki.

And, since his combat knowledge is grounded in real battle, he was able to teach the fundamentals of Haki to a genuine huge and ferocious wild elephant.

Because of this basic example, Luffy immediately grasped the distinctions between the three Haki kinds.

The Pirate King’s Right Hand seems to have a promising career as a Haki schoolteacher.

 

Biscuit Krueger is number eight on the list.

Biscuit Krueger in Hunter x Hunter (2011)

Hunter x Hunter is a Japanese anime series (2011)

I’ll never forget seeing Biscuit in his full form for the first time.

Even though she naturally wants to remain a little blonde-haired girl in a lovely outfit, you should never underestimate her in a fight – or even in social settings.

Biscuit is very aware that her apparently innocuous look may deceive enemies:

Depending on the circumstance, she changes her personality. In other words, she has the ability to collect information and things via the use of a cute face or by physical force.

Biscuit is a powerful woman who takes pleasure in assisting her pupils in their development.

It’s no surprise that her technique of teaching Gon and Killua was so harsh.

It could have killed individuals with much less endurance and fighting prowess, but she wanted the two youngsters to profit from their efforts.

Hunter x Hunter is most known for the Chimera Ant Arc, however the Greed Island Arc was much more enjoyable because to Biscuit.

 

7. Yakumo Yurakutei (Yakumo Yurakutei)

Yakumo Yurakutei from Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu

Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu, Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu, Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu

Yakumo Yuraketei isn’t a person’s actual or given name.

Instead, it’s a title bestowed upon you after you’ve mastered the art of rakugo.

The eight Yakumo Yurakutei is known as Bon or Kikuhiko, and I’ll refer to him as Bon from here on.

Yotaro’s rakugo instructor is Bon, a former prisoner who has shown great potential as an artist.

Yotaro may say it more than his instructor, but the two share a strong social connection that is gratifying to see blossom.

Bon has my admiration for refusing to let his traumatic background define the rest of his life.

Yes, he had a lot of regrets.

However, this did not prevent him from embracing an ex-convict into the rakugo community.

Bon became someone else’s guiding light, even though his own road was thorny (and he even broke up with a geisha so he could concentrate more on rakugo), and he made peace with both the geisha and Sukeroku, a guy who was both his competitor and his buddy.

I also like how he didn’t quit up when Sukeroku’s condition improved.

Instead, he searched for other options and found that he was particularly adept at portraying more feminine characters.

As a result, he’ll be a mentor who will encourage you not to give up and that your failure on one route does not imply you’ll fail on others.

 

6. All-Powerful

All Might in My Hero Academia anime

My Hero Academia is an anime series based on the manga My Hero Academia.

Toshinori Yagi’s hero shape is designed to be comparable to Superman and other well-known Western superheroes.

All Might provides hope and encouragement to the entire public as well as his pupils at UA High School, from his name to his trademark wide grin.

His colleagues (and he himself) are well aware that he isn’t very gifted in the classroom.

That’s why, in his first lesson, he had a script.

His immense fame and power also have an impact on his ability to properly assess the potential of his pupils.

But, because of who he is, All Might remains a significant mentor.

His engaging demeanor may rapidly inspire pupils to pay attention in class and become eager to hear what he has to say, even if he isn’t constantly present in class.

He’ll lavish praise on his pupils while simultaneously encouraging them to do better.

Finally, All Might strikes a balance between idealistic and practical aspirations.

This is excellent because it may be the difference between life and death — or continuous inspiration against everlasting disappointment.

When Izuku expressed his desire to be a hero, All Might told him that although having a goal is great, he should strive to serve others even if he can’t be a hero.

It’s great that he wants people to be grounded while staying on the side of justice, as someone whose presence may make others believe that the impossible is always achievable.

After all, he is all too familiar with the self-sacrifice needed to serve as the world’s peace emblem.

 

Izumi Curtis, No. 5

Izumi Curtis from Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a Japanese anime series.

Edward and Alphonse Eric have Izumi Curtis as a tutor and a mother figure.

She despises being referred to as elderly, despite the fact that she seems to be much younger than her actual age.

She is one of the greatest teachers in shounen history.

If someone needs to do anything, Izumi will not provide it. Instead, she’ll provide them advice and assist them in developing the skills and resources they’ll need to achieve their objective.

Izumi is an excellent mentor to the boys, especially given she studied alchemy on her own.

Despite her alchemical prowess, she also taught children about martial arts and the value of hard labor.

Izumi doesn’t want Edward and Alphonse to seem vulnerable if their alchemical abilities fail.

In a sense, she’s urging them to keep the “natural” and human methods of coping with war and daily life in mind.

 

4. Genkai

Genkai in Yu Yu Hakusho anime

Yu Yu Hakusho is a Japanese anime series.

The first episode of Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files aired in 1992.

As a result, many newer anime fans are likely to be ignorant of this classic animation (or this mentor).

The history of Genkai reminds me of the elderly couple in Basilisk who are from opposing clans.

She essentially has a score to pay before she retires from fighting and spends the rest of her life playing video games at her own personal arcade (yes, she has an arcade).

Yusuke provides her with a second chance at triumph.

Yusuke went through a lot of hardships throughout his training with Genkai. But all she wanted was for him to be the greatest.

Plus, she grew to adore Yusuke as if he were her own grandson over time.

This surprised me since she seemed unwelcoming and weary of life (perhaps because of the betrayal and her own extreme training).

She just needed to witness someone’s persistence and development to know that they wouldn’t betray her this time.

Genkai was also a stunning beauty in her earlier years, and her ability enables her to revert to this state for a short period of time.

 

3. Koro-sensei (Koro-sensei)

Koro-sensei Assassination Classroom anime screenshot

Assassination Classroom (anime)

The fact that the top three mentors on my list are a little (or a lot) pervy is entirely coincidental.

Assassination Classroom’s yellow tentacled instructor, on the other hand, takes third place.

Koro-sensei had one of the most traumatic upbringings in recent shounen history.

Because he lived in a violent and poor neighborhood, he had to learn to murder in order to survive.

Koro-sensei had his first training as an assassin when a child (whose parents he killed) asked to master the art of killing. Unsurprisingly, the kid he treated more like a tool than a student turned against him.

Fast forward a few years, and he was the topic of research.

As a consequence, he became Nagisa’s tentacled homeroom teacher, and they had no choice but to murder him unless they wanted the Earth to be destroyed.

Of course, things aren’t always as they seem – despite the fact that their sensei was a strong opponent with a wide range of skills.

As a result, when his classmates tried to murder him, Koro-sensei barely managed to stop them.

This enabled him to form good connections with everyone in the class, ensuring that no one was in danger and that everyone was in the proper frame of mind.

He was so concerned about his pupils that he would get enraged if they placed each other in danger.

He also gained a lot of knowledge from his class:

He grew more sympathetic as a result of Class 3-E, and he eventually stopped using punishment and incentives as his primary teaching methods.

Koro-sensei was eventually revered and liked by his class. He also encouraged Nagisa to pursue a career as a teacher.

Not bad for a dangerous tentacled monster that allegedly destroyed the moon and is on a mission to wipe off humanity.

 

Eikichi Onizuka is number two on the list.

Eikichi Onizuka in Great Teacher Onizuka

Onizuka, Great Teacher is an anime series created by Onizuka.

Given that the show’s title includes the phrase “excellent instructor,” Eikichi’s placement at the top of my list seems to be destiny.

Eikichi Onizuka, like Koro-sensei, is not your typical instructor.

He struggled to get a good career since he was seen to be stupid, and it didn’t help that the institution he graduated from was not very renowned.

He also allowed his sexual desires get the better of him at first.

However, his time as a teacher at a public school showed that he might be the key to managing the class’s most aggressive and troublesome students.

Because he failed the civil service test, he is assigned to a private school. Eikichi was charged with dealing with Holy Forest Academy’s infamous Class 3-4.

Throughout the 43-episode series, he serves as a mentor to adolescents who desperately need a caring adult — despite the fact that he is just a few years older.

Eikichi stands up to his classmates’ bullying and fights back by becoming a better person.

He addresses their personal issues in the most absurd (and frequently funny) manner possible.

Any normal person would have perished if they did what he does. Eikichi’s athletic prowess, on the other hand, is out of this world.

He learns from his pupils as he forms connections with them.

Eikichi’s apartment may be a shambles and crammed with odd publications, but you can’t deny his worth as a teacher.

This is a guy who has chosen not to give up on kids who have been written off by others, and he has even rescued one of his students from committing suicide twice.

 

Jiraiya is the first.

Jiraiya from Naruto anime

Naruto is a Japanese anime series.

Jiraiya’s tale touched many Naruto fans, as well as anime lovers in general.

He’s a humorous tutor with a pervy side, similar to Kakashi and Dragon Ball’s Master Roshi.

But hold for a second, let me fix that:

Jiraiya is an out-and-out pervert. In reality, he earned a fortune writing obscene books based on his own experiences, including spying on his colleague (and Fifth Hokage) Tsunade when she grew well-endowed.

But, after his antics are forgotten, you can’t not but like this guy.

This hermit was a force to be reckoned with.

He started his shinobi career not just with Tsunade, but also with Orochimaru. Hiruzen Sarutobi, the Third Hokage, was their tutor.

Then, thinking that one of them was the Child of the Prophecy, he taught both Minato (Naruto’s father and the Fourth Hokage) and Nagato.

Minato was so taken by Jiraiya’s debut novel, The Gutsy Shinobi, that he named his kid after the protagonist.

As a result, Naruto being his last pupil and being revealed to be one of the Children of the Prophecy is gratifying in many ways.

Jiraiya accepted responsibility for helping Naruto manage the tailed beast inside him after Minato learnt from him and gave his life for his son.

He thought he was a lousy instructor.

No good Naruto fan, however, would agree with that.

Jiraiya was a fantastic mentor as well as a humorous and kind person.

A man who pushed his heart to beat one more only to give Naruto and Konoha one final message.

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