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Characters / Akanesasu Sekai de Kimi to Utau

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Akanesasu Sekai de Kimi to Utau boasts a large Cast Full of Pretty Boys. Due to length and more characters getting added, this page is split into subpages with the characters aside from the heroine and her company categorized by which country they're native to. This page covers characters that don't fall under any of the aforementioned categories.

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    Itō Hirofumi 

Voiced by: Daisuke Namikawa
Ruler of the Utsutsu country, a mature and capable guy despite his misleadingly youthful appearance – as well as a misogynist and a raging Yandere. Intended to be released as part of the Utsutsu lineup before being scrapped and replaced by Nakajima Atsushi.

April Fools' Day 2018


Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe
A mysterious man appearing in Hinomoto seemingly out of nowhere. Nobody knows where the heck he came from or what the heck he's planning to do. He's all-around shrouded in mystery. He only debuts for a few seconds on April Fools' Day 2018 as a joke.
  • April Fools' Day: The whole purpose of his existence.
  • Gratuitous English: "Hello, my name is Matthew Calbraith Perry!"
  • Last-Name Basis: His full name is Matthew Perry, but the game refers to him as only Perry. Justified since his full name written in katakana is way too long, which may not fit into the boxes.
  • Mighty Whitey: He announces that his intention is to "open up" Hinomoto.
  • Princely Young Man: Handsome, sharp-dressed and often says typical fairytale prince stuff, like "I'll open the door to your heart" and mentioning pumpkin carriages, topped with calling the heroine Cinderella for good measure.
  • The Stateless: The only character so far to not be native to any of the countries in Hinomoto, though considering his historical counterpart's being the one started the Bakumatsu period, it would probably make more sense if he were a Baku native.
  • Statuesque Stunner: He's taller than Yasuhide. Seriously.
  • Token Minority/Token White: He is by far the first and only foreigner and Westerner… though how far the definition of "Western" applies in this universe is up for debate.


Collab guest appearances

These characters are from other works appearing as part of collaboration campaigns. Please see the works' character pages themselves for information on the characters.

Since these characters are not native to Hinomoto, they don't have Home Field Advantage buff.

    Hijikata Toshizō 

Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki
Rarity: Very High
Element: Dark
See Hakuouki. Not to be confused with Baku country's Hijikata Toshizō.
  • Name's the Same: The fact that he has a similarly-named counterpart in this world is lampshaded in the main event story.
  • Trapped in Another World: Like the heroine, he and his underlings were pulled from the real world, but the difference is that the three were kidnapped by a white shikigami.
    Okita Sōji 

Voiced by: Showtaro Morikubo
Rarity: High
Element: Wind
See Hakuouki. Not to be confused with Baku country's Okita Sōji.
    Saitō Hajime 

Voiced by: Kosuke Toriumi
Rarity: Very High
Element: Fire
See Hakuouki. Not to be confused with Baku country's Saitō Hajime.
  • Name's the Same: His having a similarly-named counterpart in Baku doesn't go unnoticed.
  • Trapped in Another World: He and two of his comrades were brought from the outside world by a white shikigami and materialized in Ikusa.


Manga-only characters

These characters only appear in Aya Tanaka's 2018 manga adaptation.
     Amamiya Yūhi
Akari's youngest brother.
     Amamiya Asahi
Akari's second youngest brother, who displays a rather rebellious attitude and dismisses what he believes to be his sister's being overly concerned about him.
  • Alliterative Name: Like his sister, Amamiya Asahi.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: He seems to be this to Akari, mainly because he believes he can take care of himself and just wants her to leave him alone.
  • Canon Foreigner: He is exclusive to the manga.
  • Theme Naming: He and his brother are named after the time of day. "Asahi" means "morning sun".

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