Dozens of melon-breads, no pounds gained. What is her secret?
Another Sakura: the one from Ah My Buddha. She eats enough food to feed the whole temple, and yet never loses her great figure.
Renge of Airmaster is well known for this. Anytime she even sees Sakiyama, she will demand her to buy food. Hell, in one episode, she ate an entire bowl of rice in mere seconds and outate several adults in a food-eatting contest. The only thing that makes it over the top is that shes a small as a child despite being a teenager.
Junta from Ame Nochi Hare. His voracious appetite in virtually any situation is somewhat of a running gag.
Sasha Blouse from Attack on Titan to the point that she can't resist stealing and eating a potato during recruitment (which gets her punished). She even steals meat, which could get her into solitary confinement, just because she couldn't resist her appetite. This is because she nearly starved to death in the past.
Also used for horrifying effect with the Titans. All they do is eat people. And eat. And eat until what passes for their stomach is full, at which point they vomit and start all over again. They cannot digest or gain any form of nourishment from their victims, so they appear do it simply because they enjoy eating. (Later chapters explain what the Titans are unconsciously trying to get out of the process... which is still unrelated to sustenance.)
Baki the Grappler once ate enough Chinese food to give him a Balloon Belly, and then 8 litres of sugar fruit mixed with water to regenerate his lost muscle tissue.
Charles Grey in the Black Butler manga managed to eat Earl Phantomhive out of house and home, with 34 dishes piled high.
Train from Black Cat manages to use up millions of dollars from hard earned bounties by eating too much. How he manages to remain stick thin remains a mystery...
In certain fan communities, there's actually a joke about how, even if Creedwanted Train, he probably wouldn't be able to support him, considering how Train goes through food money like water.
After the fight with Yammy and Ulquiorra, Yoruichi is shown putting away massive amounts of food. She was badly injured after that fight, and Shinigami replace reiatsu used in battle through eating. The amount of food she consumes is a visual sign of just how much energy she had to use up to win her fight. The anime takes it to Overly Long Gag proportions by showing a 3 minute comedy sequence of her doing nothing but picking up a full bowl, gobbling it down, and putting down the empty bowl only to immediately reach for the next full bowl.
Orihime eats strange food combinations and often has strange portion sizes to go with it. She once eats an entire loaf of bread in one sitting. Her classmates theorise that the reason she doesn't put on weight is because her food immediately goes to her breasts.
By using Combat Tentacles, Yumichika's Energy Absorption ability is already odd for a protagonist to have, until the villainous version is revealed. Liltotto also has Energy Absorption as her main ability. However, she does it by stretching her mouth to an extremely unnatural degree, and scooping up Shinigami to eat them - live and whole. In between fighting, she is constantly eating a range of normal food and snacks and once says she can never get full, suggesting her power keeps her constantly hungry.
Saya Otonashi of Blood+ has this to the point that her brother Kai regularly refers to her as a glutton. It's actually an example of Fridge Brilliance: Saya only receives enough blood through transfusions to remain healthy, but her body still needs more energy, and human food doesn't quite match up to blood.
In Brave10, Isanami eats as much as her ten teammates combined and has a Sweet Tooth, to boot.
Nana Mizuha in Cahe Detective Club, whose Embarrassing Nickname is the "Demon Lord of Gluttony" and "human black hole". The Running Gag involves her eating large quanities of food to the point she was blacklisted from a resturant. Another is when she eats, her crush Touma Tokigawa would give her more food, to her embarrassment (which suprisingly, is what he likes about her). And then there's the one time she wins a "All you can eat" contest without realizing it. She does however uses it to her advantage as she wins a gold keychain set with her eating habits (which is eating 99 burgers in one sitting). Also, let's not forget she ate an entire loaf of bread for breakfast. Funnyily enough as well, she can cook.
Her Unknown Rival Yurika Minamigawara is also this. Unlike Nana, who eats rather elegantly, she does not...
Yukito Tsukishiro and Keroberos, from Card Captor Sakura. Yukito's appetite is specifically noted to be at least three times the norm. His excuse is that his body tries to compensate for not having a source of magical power, and later Sakura not being able to provide enough magical power to keep him in existence due to her extreme youth, while Keroberos just likes to eat. Sakura's mother Nadeshiko was one too, being able to finish a large cake in one sitting despite being a frail girl.
Index and Aisa Himegami of A Certain Magical Index, although the latter is only a big eater when it comes to burgers. Index, however, will probably swallow a kitchen before being satisfied. Fortunately for her (and misfortunately for the guy), Touma knows how to cook.
Kaori Makimura, Ryô's partner, eats a lot too, and once surprised the girl he was bodyguarding by suddenly taking a snack after they had been captured, as she didn't know when she would eat again and was about to break out.
Umibozu is by far the biggest eater in the series. Justified by him being another Sweeper and his enormous size.
One-shot character Yumiko Sato once literally matched Ryô's eating (they were at a restaurant, Ryô ordered a lot of food, and she told the waiter to bring her the same, and they both ate everything). No justification, just Rule of Funny.
Hei from Darker Than Black is both an excellent cook, and known for eating a ridiculous number of servings◊ per meal. Granted, he probably burns a lot of calories due to all the super powered contractor fights he partakes in, but still. Since he's a Contractor, it initially seems that his eating habits are his Remunerationnote a bizarre, obsessive compulsive "payment" Contractors have to perform after using their powers; examples include: breaking their fingers (ouch!), smoking a cigarette, arranging pebbles in a pattern, writing bad poetry, drinking warm milk, etc, etc., but it turns out that, nope, he just really likes food. Misaki Kirihara isn't quite as bad, but does eat a lot as well (and likes fried food), which she justifies by claiming she gets lots of exercise as a cop. Gets taken over the top when the two of them have dinner together.
Taichi and all the Digimon in Digimon Adventure. Justified in case of the Digimon, since they need to have a minimal stash of energy to transform into their evolved forms; once Agumon attempted to digivolve on an empty stomach... and couldn't. While Taichi is a growing pre-teen/teenager and pretty athletic, it still doesn't justify the amounts of food he ate.
Domo can really pack it in, as seen with his rapid consumption of just about every food item he comes across (save for apples). It comes with having a perpetually open mouth.
In Dragon Ball, the Saiyans and their half-human offspring are notorious Big Eaters. Goku doesn't even let being dead stop him from chowing down, to King Kai's eternal confusion. One character even commented that Goku seems to be able to eat more in one sitting than his stomach could logically hold. Though it's mostly played for laughs, the Saiyans might arguably be a case of Justified Trope when you consider just how many calories their bodies must burn with all that muscle, much less the fighting. An extra bit of humor comes from the other characters' reactions to this; no matter how long they've known the eater in question and how many times they've seen the eater's voluminous consumption and awful table manners, they never, ever get used to the ghastly display and always look on in dumbfounded shock.
The villain Beerus from "Battle Of Gods" is also a really big eater, and he's much skinnier than Goku. He and Whis spend much of their time on Earth sampling the cuisine.
It's something of a running gag, as Tien, Yamcha, and Chiaotzu all eat similar amounts of food on King Kai's planet.
Much earlier, in the original series, when Goku and Krillin were training together under Master Roshi, both of them were seen eating sizable quantities of rice (to be fair, training under Roshi was shown to be physically intense), to the point that Launch brought forth a giant tub of just-cooked rice for them to eat. It was so large and heavy it crushed the dinner table.
Played for Drama in the Future Trunks Saga, where Future!Trunks is starving in a post-apocalyptic world and gets fatigued just from running. He still offers half of a meat can to Mai, knowing they'll soon be going back in time where there's plenty of food for both of them.
Majin Buu of course. In fact, in the movie introducing Beerus, the main conflict is caused by them fighting over food. When he was destructive, eating everything in sight was his biggest priority. The evil Super Buu even manages to break through the Hyberbolic Time Chamber by yelling about being trapped there and not getting to eat. He then turns nearly a dozen characters into candy bars instantly.
An unusually dark example is in Drifting Classroom. Nakata is an insatiable eater. The problems: first, they're in a post apocalyptic wasteland with no way to get more food, so his eating is causing others to starve. Second, when he eats he summons an invincible gigantic insect monster that tries to kill everyone.
Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist tends to do this, all while also eating his brother's share due to a certain handicap in that area. It's speculated by Ed himself that this he might be eating to support his own body and Al's real body which is caught in the Door of Truth.
Also, Ling Yao has a large appetite and bills Edward on everything he eats.
Miaka Yuuki in Fushigi Yuugi takes this to quite the extremes. When the antagonists use food to lure her into traps twice...
Bleed Kaga from Future GPX Cyber Formula eats anything (except for foods that are too sweet) to a degree. In one episode of Double-One, he eats an egg yolk before eating a piece of toast and in another on the same show, he eats noisily and fast.
In GA Geijutsuka Art Design Class, Namiko's sister's Fujiko's first appearance at home has her eating the entire contents of the fridge, including what Namiko's intended lunch ingredients. School cafeteria workers noted when she was in school, they used one extra sack of rice a day... On top of that, she is flatter than Huge Schoolgirl Namiko.
Kagura from Gintama is constantly snacking on sukonbu. She also eats so much that Gintoki once used her to get out of paying a bill at a place running an "Eat XX amount in XX minutes and it's free!" promo. Gintoki himself is a sugar freak who only cuts back because his doctor told him he was on the verge of diabetes.
Miharu in Girls Bravo never stops eating, or questioning whether newly discovered objects (for instance, butterflies) are edible.
Hana Isuzu from Girls und Panzer is subtle about being a big eater. She is the tallest in the cast, and no one directly mentions it, every time people are shown eating, Hana has at least twice as much food as anyone else. Its Probably just a high metabolism.
Alisa offers Kay a bite of her hamburger in the closing credits of der Film. This "bite" takes half the hamburger.
Uehara in Good Morning Call. The first meal we see him eat is four pizzas, all in one go.
Aila from Gundam Build Fighters is this. Although we don't see her eat a large amount of food at once, most of her scenes outside of battles has her enjoying food. She has also been seen with a large bag of food which was implied she would eat all of, with her being offended for even losing a single meatbun from it. This takes a depressing turn when a brief flashback showed that she was a malnourished and homeless orphan.
As of Chapter 275, the yet unnamed cat-spirit that haunts Nagi's new apartment wolfs down Hinagiku's cooking while inhabiting Izumi's body. It's yet unknown what effect exactly this will have, but we now have the opportunity for another big eater.
What Koneko Toujou from High School D×D lacks in portion size, she makes up for in consistency. Whenever she's seen during downtime, she's constantly snacking on something, yet somehow keeps her figure as a tiny underclassman. Possibly justified by her position as a Rook, those insane feats of strength she casually performs must burn calories pretty efficiently. Plus her less active (albeit older) sister is... significantly curvier.
Fuka Otonashi, title character of High School Ninja Girl, Otonashi-san is sneaking her lunch within the first page of the manga. She goes on to join the Cooking Club solely for the chance to eat more, and can be bribed into doing just about anything with enough rice balls. This only affects her weight once, when she briefly puts on extra pounds over the holidays.
Hori Kyouko from Horimiya is known to ask friends to give her some of their food, and then eating it all. Miyamura is a frequent victim.
Suzume from Hyakko has a nigh-insatiable appetite. It doesn't help that everybody feels obliged to hand her food.
Three female examples from Ikki Tousen: Hakufu, Ryuubi and Chouhi. Both Chouhi and Ryuubi do look a bit pudgier, but in Chouhi's case it's more likely to be muscle than fat since she's a Cute Bruiser.
Karuta from Inu × Boku SS, almost always has some to eat in her hand if not she will.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure plays this trope a bit more seriously than usual. In Part 2, we are introduced to the Pillar Men, an ancient vampiric race of superbeings that devoured other lifeforms. Eventually, their appetites grew too massive, and they would have consumed all life on Earth had they not come up with a way to create more satisfying meals. Namely, by carving magical stone masks and using them on humans in order to turn them into vampires.
In a fleet full of Cloudcuckoolanders and Bunny Ears Lawyers, aircraft carrier Akagi is one of the Only SaneFleet Girls - except when it comes to her huge appetite. It's this trait that ends up losing her and her sister the Naval District's curry-making competition, as she devours the ingredients before they're even cooked. Akagi's appetite is a carryover from the game; aircraft carriers like her are an enormous drain on resources. Kaga also eat as much as Akagi, but doesn't seem to have as much appetite.
Even Akagi takes second place to battleship Yamato, the most powerful girl in the entire fleet. Unfortunately, her resource requirements are so large that the Admiral considers her Awesome, but Impractical, refusing to field her unless it becomes absolutely necessary.
Kurumi and Manami, Kyôsuke's sisters, in Kimagure Orange Road. Hatta and Komatsu truly didn't know what they were getting into when they asked the girls out for pizza. In addition to it, Kurumi is a Lethal Chef. It's another case justified by their Esper powers; the more they use them, the more they get hungry and need food to recover the energy. And since Kurumi tends to be very gung-ho in regards to her psychic skills...
Main character Tanikaze from Knights of Sidonia is often teased by the other residents of the Sidonia for having an enormous appetite... at least in their eyes. See, the Sidonia is a Generation Ship, and in order to conserve resources, the inhabitants have all undergone a treatment that allows them to Photosynthesize, like plants. They still need to eat every now and then, but it's not uncommon for someone to go an entire week without eating anything. Tanikaze, however, never received the treatment because he grew up in an isolated part of the ship away from the rest of the colony, thus he has to eat several times a day to keep his energy up. He does have a hearty appetite, but no more than what a person might have in real life.
Ryou, on Kirin's first meal at her place: I wonder if this is what eating competitions look like...
In addition to Kirin generally, the entire main trio when the food is good enough. See episode 3. Special mention goes to Shiina, who suggests going out for pancakes or crepes after eating about 6 kinds of rice omelets for "breakfast."
Demons in Zatch Bell! eat their food whole, their head transforming into some strange eating machine as a result. Main character Gash is no exception, often eating poor hapless yellowtail tuna alive immediately after catching one.
In Lupin III, Lupin, Jigen and Zenigata are sometimes shown to be this way. In Zenigata's case, it's probably justified, since chasing after Lupin must burn more calories than the Insanity Workout.
Based on the DVD booklets and supplementary manga, growing mages experiencing Training from Hell in Lyrical Nanoha need to eat a lot to replenish energy and Mana. Belkan users, in particular, burn plenty of calories. Thus, Subaru and Erio tend to really pile on the food during meal time. That said, Subaru and her sister Ginga eat an exaggerated amount even when they're not training, because their cyborg bodies continuously convert their mana into electricity to supply their extensive internal enhancements with power.
Chiaki from Magikano. She talks and thinks about food near-constantly, and she fantasizes about living in a Gingerbread House full of sweets... however, she exercises near-constantly, too, and says that she likes to exercise even more than she likes to eat.
Chizuko from Mahoromatic is the smallest of the schoolgirls, yet she has a near-bottomless stomach.
Hinata from Maid-Sama! is both but he lost weight but not his appetite.
Yako from Majin Tantei Nougami Neuro eats insatiably, despite being a small, teenaged girl — paralleling Neuro's appetite for mysteries. Her ability often helps solve crimes: her stomach is so powerful that she can eat any poison with no ill effects, and she can even taste how much "love" went into preparing the food.
Nene from the manga Maka-Maka; it's kind of justified since she has relatively low stamina.
Caren from Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch has been shown to be a Big Eater in the anime. She was a jerk about it, too; when Lucia and company were trying to convert her to their cause, she simply used the opportunity to leave them with her bill.
Beyblade: Metal Fusion has the main character Gingka. When the World Beyblade Battling Association would grant any one wish to a winner of a Survival Battle Competition, this happens...
Madoka: You're not going to wish for a 10 layer cheeseburger, are you?
Mitsuba◊ from Mitsudomoe has quite the appetite. Case in point, during a party she ate her dinner faster than everyone else. She proceeds to ask for everyone else's food and ate everything she was given. And then she ate a whole tub of ice cream when she got home later that same night. While she's not really fat, her habits certainly show (must've gotten it from her dad). And she hates it.
Reina Izumi from Myriad Colors Phantom World eats like a black hole. She also has the special ability of sealing Phantoms by eating them.
Monkey D. Luffy. Potentially justified in that A) the fighting he does would require a lot of energy, and B) that his elasticized stomach is capable of storing far, FAR more food than a normal human's. At one point, he wakes up after passing out and instantly knows exactly how many meals he missed, (5 per day, apparently) and later gets around this issue by somehow managing to eat while sleeping.
It's probably also fueling one of the Required Secondary Powers, seeing as he seems to be able to stretch several times the distance of a football-field and is often extremely hungry after any battle, where he always stretches as part of his battle-style. This way of eating also applies to drinking; he can drink so much he should have water-poisoning.
To drive the point home, in the very first chapter, we see Luffy eat his Devil Fruit. Devil Fruits are stated and demonstrated as tasting absolutely horrible. Yet Luffy ate his in several bites, and wilfully ignored the taste because he was hungry.
One real comic example comes at the end of the Alabasta arc. Just after waking up, Igaram's wife Terracotta brings in a large tray of fruit to tide Luffy over until dinner. Two frames later, Luffy's there in the same position as before, but all the fruit's gone.
Taken Up to Eleven in the Impel Down arc, where he spends two days locked in a room fighting off Magellan's poison; when he finally succeeds, Ivankov and the other refugees have to throw him five days worth of food, which he devours in minutes. (As in, five days worth for the whole Newkama colony.) Justified, possibly, because fighting off the poison was hardly easy. (Ivanakov didn't expect him to survive, placing the - enhanced - chances at about 2%.)
According to his brother Ace, if Luffy were to join the Marines as his grandfather Garp wished, his eating habits would be a bigger problem for them than fighting pirates.
There was also the time at the end of the Alabasta arc that Chopper and Zoro joined in on stuffing their faces. The entire crew was starving after their ordeal, so this was at least explainable. But Luffy still topped them all, to the point he stole food off other people's plates...until Usopp poured the juice from his Tabasco Star onto a rice ball and let Luffy eat it, forcing him to pause as he spewed flame.
The most extreme example from One Piece would be Wapol, who has eaten a Devil Fruit that allows him to eat anything! Every time he's seen, the only thing near is other people or he's eating something, including things like houses or cannons. Also, he eats other people if he wants to. When the Straw Hats first meet him, he starts munching on their ship. When he got his own cover-story, he was eating entire villages. He can even eat himself, which makes him skinnier.
Big Mom of the Four Emperors. She eats 10 TONNES of candy every month from Fishman Island alone. She'll even eat her own subordinates if she gets hungry enough and unlike Wapol, these guys stay eaten.
A nicer female example is the anime-only Lily Ensotmach, her appetite being the biggest reason for her quick report with Luffy. Justified because she's actually a giant who can assume human-size due to her Mini Mini no Mi Devil Fruit power. She even uses a dinner fork as her weapon of choice, as she can cause anything she touches to grow and shrink along with her.
Aisha Clan-Clan and apparently all Ctarl-Ctarls from Outlaw Star. In the first episode showing her tangle with the heroes, she's seen vigorously stuffing her face at a restaurant, including chugging multiple bowls of stew—each of which were large enough to feed a table of four. Her appetite happens to fuel her super-strength and ability to turn into a feral tiger-creature, and she can be weakened by not eating. Her food tabs are a pretty sizable addition to the crew's financial woes.
Honey from Ouran High School Host Club can eat three entire cakes even after a full meal. It's also revealed that, once a week, he eats five cakes as a midnight snack, and later in the episode he decides to do so three times a week instead.
Ash and his friends have been known to fall into this category every now and then, usually when sitting down to an extravagant meal put on by some gracious host. (Or from Brock, (Later Cilan) who fills the role of the Team Chef and is very good at it.)
Ash definitely falls under this. Most episodes he complains that he's hungry, one of the running gags is his stomach always growling (Misty would often go, "Not again!" at this. Later on when this happens, both Brock and May remark that "some things never change"). When he gets food, he really stuffs himself. This has been lampshaded on a number of occasions. The beginning of one of the Johto episodes has him suffering from a belly-ache due to eating too much, and after about 400-something episodes, gets his first Balloon Belly scene in Sinnoh.
Despite how much she teases Ash for it, May might actually be worse. And Arceus help you if you try to take her share. On another occasion, she was even bribed with her favorite food (noodles) to help settle a family squabble that Ash and company would otherwise steer clear of.
Team Rocket, when they're lucky enough to have enough to pig out on. Once resulted in a fat episode where they had to work it off.
The Pokemon themselves are not exempt from this. Dawn's Piplup was frequently hungry, and Clemont's Chespin is such a glutton that, like Team Rocket, he had his own fat episode. Ash's Oshawatt also had a tendency to steal food from other pokemon when it ran out of it's own food, usually from poor Tepig.
Takeshi Momoshiro and Ryoma Echizen from The Prince of Tennis. Their friends and teammates shudder at the mere thought of having them tag along for burgers.
One of the few cases when this is NOT Played for Laughs is Kyouko Sakura from Puella Magi Madoka Magica, who eats a lot because of her Freudian Excuse: her family fell into poverty after her Christian Minister father was excommunicated, so they had almost nothing to eat for a long while. After said father lost his mind and then went the Pater Familicide route, Kyouko likely spend some time destitute as well. It's likely she still is - she can't honestly tell Sayaka where she gets her food from. Being a very powerful Magical Girl with no qualms about being an asshole it's likely she steals the food.
Ranma Saotome is a borderline case; he does eat large meals, and is willing to swindle or steal food if particularly hungry, but the fights he gets into presumably burn a lot of calories and his meals aren't exceptional by ordinary standards. When he's been really pushing himself, however, he eats a lot more to recover (one anime episode has him consume five heaped bowls of rice after spending 72 straight hours doing nothing but train), and he can put away an impressive amount of food if pressed (an anime episode has him consume four full-course meals as part of a contest).
The OAV Akane and Her Sisters introduces Kurumi "Tendô", who put all Big Eaters in the series to shame. Despite being a small girl, she can wolf down record amount of food faster than any martial artist. She's also an Extreme Omnivore, able to eat Lethal Chef Akane's cooking — and ask for more.
There's also minor character Picolet Chardin II of the "La Belle France School of Martial Arts", which specializes in martial arts gourmet dining. Of course, one of the requirements of this form of martial arts is that you have an unusually flexible and large mouth capable of eating so fast you can't appear to be eating at all. By the standards of his school, being seen eating is considered "inelegant". Picolet, and others who specialize in this form of battle, are able to put away full course meals as if they were a light snack. Picolet once devoured an entire table of food and his instructor bemoaned that he had virtually no appetite anymore.
André from Rose of Versailles, at least according to Oscar. Though he is at least once shown eating apples rather... epically.
Usagi (and sometimes Chibiusa) from Sailor Moon. Only one episode early in the first season ever concerned itself with her possible weight gain and that was dealt with as a Compressed Vice. Sailor Moon Abridged plays this aspect up as a Running Gag, where Usagi is constantly called fat even though her character design is far from it. Her younger brother Shingo was sometimes said to be this too which makes sense since as an adolescent he's got some growth spurts to fuel (one of which appears to begin at the start of the second season).
In the manga, Minako. She started out as a normal glutton, but at one point she started to get fat due the latest Dark Agency plot involving chocolate and she reacted with insane amounts of exercise, and, as she never stopped, has to eat more to fuel that.
In Saint Beast, whenever there's lots of food around Gai tends to stock up his plate immediately.
The Son Goku (AKA the Sun Wukong) in Saiyuki. Sanzo suggests this is justified because Goku was locked up in a cave for 500 years without food.
Funny enough, this is similar to one of the original characters from which Hakkai was based off of....and there's also the aforementioned Goku from Dragon Ball to tie up even more coincidences.
Fuu of Samurai Champloo. She outdid every other contestant in a eating contest including fellow good eater Mugen, except for one, and only lost because of an unfortunate mistake she committed, accidentally signally that she conceded when she actually had plenty of room for more. A rare example of this trope, her appearance changes according to what she's had to eat recently. Usually she's slim and flat-chested, but after going all out on free food she gets Gonk levels of lard on her, only to lose it in a matter of hours, and start complaining again how hungry she is. Her metabolism is a frightening thing to behold.
Although it's presented as a sight gag, in one episode a group of thugs were searching for her because she had been spending counterfeit money her group stumbled upon in the woods, but by the time they crossed paths with her, she had bought enough food that she no longer resembled her original description. Fuu actually felt a little insulted when they overlooked her, but she knew well enough to take advantage of her temporary blessing and went further into hiding.
Kikuchiyo from Samurai 7; however, he is both the largest of the seven and, well, a cyborg.
Akari's three cats from 3-gatsu no Lion, most likely due to being spoiled with all the food she gives them, eat a lot of food. Ravenously.
Tamama in Sgt. Frog has, on countless occasions, been shown eating an amount of sweet and snack foods that's bigger than he is.
The titular Squid Girl from Shinryaku! Ika Musume absolutely loves shrimp and in one episode manages to polish off 10,000 yen's worth of shrimp in one sitting. Taken to ridiculous extremes in the "Mini Ika" episode, in which she devours shrimps several times her own size in a matter of seconds. Apparently she's able to adjust her own body mass at will, which explains why she doesn't get fat.
Rindou from Shokugeki no Soma. When the School Festival rolled around, she could have used her pull as Second Seat of The Council Of Ten Masters to open a booth and make heaps of money, like her peers did. Instead, she chose to eat her way through 120 booths in five days. She is also never seen without some form of snack food.
Momoko from Shoujo Sect; just look at all those burgers she has in Episode 3!
Everyone in Silver Spoon. Justified in that all the characters are high school-age teenagers at an agricultural school, whose usual day consists of eight hours of farm work, two hours of P.E. a couple of hours of club activities and whatever antics they get up to on their own. The booth owners at the local festival feeding the cast plays out like something from Fist of the North Star.
Sket Dance's Chiaki Takahasi, Captain of the Kaimei High Softball Team, will eat absolutely anything and everything, as long as it's edible, IN RECORD TIME. Okay, almost everything. She has a weakness to eggs, which she absolutely despises.
Lina Inverse, Gourry Gabriev, Amelia and, in the anime, Pokota in Slayers. Justified in-universe as the more you do, the more you need to eat to sustain yourself. As a result, spellcasters need to take in lots of energy to counteract the drain of the spells they cast, and Lina is extremely careless about slinging spells around. Gourry's hyper-swordsman skills (and his own considerable stature) take up a lot of energy for similar reasons. The only exemptions are Xellos, who is an Emotion Eater, and Zelgadis, who usually eats less due to his nature as a Chimera — being one-third demon and one-third rock golem means he needs less physical sustenance. The one time he does eat like the others is to enjoy a victory feast for killing Copy Rezo and Zanaffar at the end of the first season.
Ragnarok from Soul Eater seems to be this. He steals his meister Crona's food and constantly demands that Crona feed him more.
Tadashi from Special A is nearly always seen stuffing his face. Good thing his girlfriend's a Supreme Chef.
Holo from Spice and Wolf doesn't wolf down an unrealistic amount of food like some of the other examples as fitting the more serious tone of the series, but she will eat herself sick if she's got enough apples and in the novels she loves cookies. She's had serious hangovers more than once, too. This is all because she doesn't know her limits to eating while in human form. Like many people often do sooner or later, she finds herself pushing to the limit of how far she can go just because she doesn't know when to stop. This behavior is justified In-Universe as a case of My Instincts Are Showing (as Holo explains, a wolf's instinct is to gorge herself on food when she has it, because she doesn't know when she'll get to eat again), and Lawrence theorises it might also be a case of Shapeshifter Baggage — that is, Holo eats so much because her true form is a roughly elephant-sized wolf and she needs to support that body, not a mere petite human one.
Yuko from S.S. Astro. She brings multi-level bento to school everyday, and eats after every class.
Wako Agemaki from Star Driver gets hungry easily and is never once seen to turn down food or a chance at a meal.
Rather bizarrely, Ryu in Street Fighter V: The Animated Series. The series essentially transplants the canon Ryu's personality and installs that of an atypical Shonen Hero, including the voracious appetite.
It's only once made a plot point, but any time Simon or Kamina of Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann sit down to eat, they generate a tremendous pile of dishes. Kamina even declares that "A man's stomach knows no limit!" in Episode 6. It shows, too.
In Episode 4, it's shown that they have to eat something in order to generate Spiral Power. They survive the enemy for that the episode only because Boota willingly tears off his own tail and hindquarters to feed the two.
Futaba of Three Leaves, Three Colors. When Teru comments on how the pile of bread she bought from the cafeteria is just as usual for her, Futaba retorts that she's actually holding back. Later on in the same episode she lunches on a whole loaf of white bread, unsliced, as she thinks slicing is too much trouble.
Itto and Mayu from Tokkô eat constantly, even right at the beginning of a battle.
Rize Kamishiro from Tokyo Ghoul eats so much she was nicknamed Big/Binge Eater in canon.
The eponymous Toriko embodies this trope and then some. A meal that could satisfy 500 people only filled him up 1/10. ONE TENTH, for a 500 man feast. Though this is kind of typical, as he has ridiculous amounts of strength and endurance, and he originally was a hybridized animal.
In the first chapter, after Komatsu asks Toriko to help him capture a Gararagator, the two of them head to the docks and have one of Toriko's friends sail them to the island. Along the way, Toriko digs into numerous meals. Komatsu shouts that he's been eating endlessly for six straight hours.
Zebra actually managed to eat 26 species into extinction.
The reason so many in this series are big eaters are due to having a unique cell in their bodies which increases their power, but these cells impart a Logical Weakness: they also radically increase their appetite and energy (i.e calories) demands. Toriko needs 100,000 calories, 50 times that of a normal human, to function day to day. He can hold millions of calories in his body but if he doesn't eat at all for even a day his body may start eating itself.
Momoka in Tōka Gettan. She first meets a couple of characters by eating their lunches.
Legato Bluesummers from Trigun is a relatively rare villain example. Word of God says that this was intended to be a humorous character trait, but also serves to make him creepy depending on the context of the meal.
Urusei Yatsura has quite many characters who are this (Cherry, for example, can casually eat four large watermelons before having problems, and mentions he would eat more when he was young. And Ataru is not far behind him), but Sakura and Rei are well above the rest:
Sakura regularly puts away GIGANTIC servings of food, and despite that never loses her swimsuit model figure. This is first displayed in an eating challenge in Hawaii, where, despite having taken special diet pills, she effortlessly completes an eating challenge, to the point of forcing the restaurant to shut down permanently due to eating all of the food and sending them bankrupt from buying new ingredients, not to mention sending the cook staff weeping in utter defeat. In the anime version, this culminates in her not only asking for dessert (after having polished off a final course consisting of, in order, a whole roast turkey, a whole roast pig and A WHOLE ROAST COW), but then asking for the teens who didn't attend to bring her some Chinese food when they fetch dinner. In the manga, she goes to take a nap in the pool after the contest is over, causing the inflatable mattress she rested on to sink, despite not having gotten the Balloon Belly that Ataru and her uncle Cherry had received from their participation in the eating contest.
Rei, Lum's handsome ex-fiance, is a non-stop eating machine who is hardly ever seen not stuffing his face, or looking for eats and he reveres anyone who brings him food... or whatever can even be considered food. He did lose his potato eating contest with Ataru, but that's because he had already stuffed himself beforehand, and poor Ataru nearly died attempting to match him to avoid being shot.
Eriko Hara from Venus Project: Climax.
Kyohei from The Wallflower is often heard asking where there is food, when the group is going to eat, or otherwise demanding Sunako, the Supreme Chef girl that lives with him and his friends, to make something. At one point in story he travels cross country using the money he wins from eating contests.
Shizuka Doumeki from xxxHOLiC is not only a Big Eater, but he's an extraordinarily picky one at that. Apart from demanding stupidly difficult-to-make dishes from Watanuki, he also adamantly refuses to eat anything made by someone he doesn't know or approve of. (His grandfather Haruka mentioned that it was nearly impossible to take him out to any restaurants because of this.)
The eponymous Yaiba, together with Gerozaemon and Musashi, especially Musashi, during the firsts arc. Musashi in his first appearence was able to steal and devour a whole roasted boar in about two panels or so.
Nozomi, Rin, Urara, and Karen from Yes! Precure 5. (For those of you playing along at home, this is half the main cast, and four of the titular five.) Karen is something of an unusual example, as unlike most Big Eaters she eats calmly at a normal pace. Urara is normally the undisputed queen, but Rin and Karen can both out-eat her when they feel it necessary (i.e. when they're trying to out-eat each other). Also, Komachi was a big eater when she was younger.
Conan's friend Genta Kojima is quite portly for an elementary school kid, and he's often seen eating or complaining about how hungry he is.
Also, more than one victim is pretty pudgy and a big eater. Like the "Baumkuchen" case, in which a fat man is killed via being tricked into eating a piece of his favorite pastry... which had poison.
All of the Baikins from Anpanman. They have well-defined stocky bodies and use dirty tactics to get food out of people, often demanding refill after refill.
Kirio Hikifune from Bleach, and in her case it's justified as she has to bulk up to recharge her reiatsu. Plus, she's also a Chef of Iron and her Gate is nicknamed "Palace of Food", since she uses her reiatsu to cook her really deliciousPower Up Foods. And it's subverted later; if Hikifune uses up all of her reiatsu... she temporarily slims down and goes from a Big Fun lady to a total babe who resembles Matsumoto, of all people.
Chang aka Cyborg 006 from Cyborg 009.He's a restaurateur with his own business on top of that, and that he also worked in the food industry before being turned into a Cyborg. Furthermore, his Cyborg ability (fire breathing) helps in his line of work.
Yajirobe, the overweight samurai in Dragon Ball. He managed to kill and eat Piccolo's giant, dragonesque minion Cymbal, and still wanted more (he got upset when Goku's kamehameha burned Tambourine to cinders; there was nothing left for him to eat). Then he started chowing down on Korin's senzu beans to the old cat's shock. One senzu is supposed to keep you full for ten days. Yajirobe munched on them like popcorn.
Kurita from Eyeshield 21. The man ate 100 cream puffs on one occassion. In an Omake, Kurita ate 4 bowls of rice that are stacked to tower way above the bowl itself with enough food there to feed a large family. That's his breakfast.
Bob from Gungrave is constantly seen eating, usually a drumstick of chicken, and while he is shown as skinny when first introduced in the past, he steadily grows more rotund over the series as his habits catch up with him. After the series returns to the present, it's revealed that he ate so much as to suffer a cholesterol problem that would have killed him or left him a mindless vegetable on life-support if he hadn't become a Superior.
The rather chubby principal of Chiaki's school in Kishin Douji Zenki is introduced trying to steal a bit of food from the school cafeteria and being comically scolded by the head cook. This is foreshadowing of how he's later Brainwashed and Crazy by the Karma Seeds, which temporarily transform him into a Villainous Glutton. When he recovers he's back to his kindhearted original self - and keeps his appetite.
From Metal Fight Beyblade, there's Benkei, who is commonly seen with a mountain of burgers next to him.
Akimichi Chouji from Naruto, due to his clan's fighting stylenote Using their most powerful technique turns them thin, but they have to eat a lot to bulk up and use it again. (and possibly genetics, his dad Chouza is similarly built). Also, being called fat triggers his Berserk Button:
In One-Punch Man, the S-Class superhero Pig God is a big eater and is always seen eating.
In The Prince of Tennis there's Kei Tanishi from the Higa team. Big, mean, with the physique of a Sumo wrestler, and able to put away HUGE amounts of food. Seeing him eat yakiniku made Fuji lose his appetite, and that's saying much.
Chihiro's parents in Spirited Away definitely count as this. They see a buffet, sit down and start stuffing their faces. When Chihiro returns a few minutes later they've eaten everything on the table and are about four times as big. And they've transformed into pigs. To be fair, it was magical food and the Ogino family had been on the road for hours so they probably were already more tired and far hungrier than they'd normally be.
This is the defining trait of Sara and Tia in Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars. It's even in the opening! Their proper introduction in the show involves them doing "forced labor" after eating more than they could pay for.