The Hiyakasudere Archetype and Its Most Famous Anime Characters

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As the anime industry grows, stereotypes and character archetypes continue to be formed. More and more characters following a certain set of personalities arise, and they even build a solid following of anime fans. Each archetype has its own charm, which loyal followers just can’t get enough of. One example of this is the hiyakasudere archetype.


The hiyakasudere is just one of the many other anime character archetypes. While the term is mostly used to describe anime and manga…

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