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Below are the various characters who appear in the Amagi Brilliant Park series. There's Loads and Loads of Characters.

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The Amabri Managerial Staff

The main characters in Amagi Brilliant Park.
    Kanie Seiya
"Yeah? What can you do?"
Voiced by: Kōki Uchiyama (Japanese), Adam Gibbs (English)
"As I thought... any outfit is a perfect ten on me."
The narcissistic protagonist of the series, brought to Amagi Brilliant Park to save it from closing down. Very talented, but have we already mentioned he's egotistical?

A student at Amagi High School, well noted for his natural abilities and good looks, but also isolated as a result.

  • Accidental Pervert: Early on he accidentally walks right into Isuzu's naked behind. He also goes on to note how nice it is.
  • Badass Normal: Despite being a completely normal human, and a high school student at that, he's strong enough to kick Biino's psychotic brother across the room and manages to take over Ironbeard's ship and command an artillery barrage against him.
  • Bad Boss: mainly acts like this to motivate the staff to do the work seriously.
  • Bishōnen: Definitely. Even Isuzu notes so.
  • Broken Ace: Seiya has a lot going for him, something he's not afraid to remind people of. He's also so arrogant he has no friends and his past as a childhood star still haunts him.
  • Brutal Honesty: Tricen quietly grumbles that the reason Seiya has no friends is because he's way too blunt. Of course, Moffle then goes on to say the exact same disparaging remarks about his commercial so it's not like he's wrong.
  • Captain Obvious: The park staff basically forces him to be a captain obvious when he has to actually tell them to clean up their broken, ugly and frequently dangerous attractions. Should they really need him to tell them something so basic?
  • Celibate Hero: Mostly an informed attribute, but his aunt notes early on that he actually tends to be pretty cold towards girls and is amazed that he apparently went on a date. A couple episodes hint that he's not exactly unpopular with girls at his school, but he's still quite single and never displays an interest in romance, though he does show attraction towards Isuzu.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: His spats with Moffle gave him the type of Super Reflexes needed to repel his Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs.
  • Chess Master: He's demonstrated a clear ability to manipulate seemingly negative situations.
  • Chick Magnet: Sento is crushing on him, and it's suggested Latifa does as well.
  • The Chosen One: Latifa tells him that he was selected by an oracle. He's not guaranteed to succeed, but he's their only chance.
  • Covert Pervert: Celibate Hero though he is, he couldn't resist blushing when he was Eating the Eye Candy that was Sento in a sexy pirate costume.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Dark brown hair and eyes.
  • Determinator: He becomes one after taking over as manager for the park, especially in episode 10 after learning more about Latifa's illness.
  • Forgotten First Meeting: He has brief glimpses of his past with meeting Latifa before, but is unable to remember much from it. Her not remembering either doesn't help things. In episode 10, he remembers what happened, having accidentally found his way into the castle where he spotted Latifa crying. He tried to do various things to cheer her up, but the best he could do was get a small smile from her. He then notices she looked the same back then as she does now, and Moffle tells him that in addition to her frail health, she's cursed to suffer a memory and physical reset, meaning she forgets everything she learned that year, and has been stuck as a fourteen-year-old girl for well over a decade. Hence why she was unable to remember meeting him yet looked the same.
  • Former Child Star: His past as one is why he's so screwed up now.
  • Friendless Background: Since he's such a narcissist jerk, he has no friends until he joins the park.
  • Good with Numbers: He seems quite good at math, and is able to closely match Takaya's numbers when he uses a theoretical family spending money at the park without even using a calculator. And though not shown on screen, he calculates how much money they'd have to spend to sponsor the soccer game at the park in episode 11. Everyone who sees the calculator is astonished at the number he pulls up, or in Tricen's case, shocked.
  • Heroic Comedic Sociopath: His arrogance is such that he genuinely believes he's better than everyone else. His deadpan admittance to this makes for some funny scenes.
  • Instant Expert: He's a huge improvement over the former managers right from the start, quickly cleaning up the park, getting free advertising and greatly increasing visitor count. Before long, the park is running better than it has been in at least a decade.
  • It's All About Me: Likes to harp on about how awesome he is.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's an arrogant, self-centered narcissist, but deep down he's a good guy who wants to help the park and he eventually comes to care about it and the staff members.
  • Large Ham: Especially when trying to verbally maneuver his way out of a bad situation.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: A rather unfortunate example. If he had known about Latifa's curse earlier, he could have adjusted his managing tactics earlier and not come so close to failing to meet the 500000 visitor quota until the literal last second.
  • Master of the Mixed Message:
    • Plays with this trope from time to time, such as acting like a Bad Boss but did it to motivate the park workers.
    • This is forced on him in episode 8 when dealing with Kanae. Unfortunately it wasn't Seiya doing it; rather it was Isuzu, Macaron, and especially Tiramie, who were wearing a Seiya suit to school so that he wouldn't suffer attendance issues due to being sick from overworking. The real Seiya is forced to clean up the mess after finding out what the others were doing to his reputation.
  • Meaningful Name: He's named for Kanye West, a similarly Narcissistic person.
  • Musical Theme Naming: Kanye West - his family name sounds the same while the characters for Seiya mean "west".
  • Mind Reading: The power granted to him by Latifa. It is limited to a single use per person, though he does manage to put it to good use on the few people he uses it on, such as the dragon in episode 5, and the soccer team owners in episode 11.
  • Named After Somebody Famous: Named after Kanye West, and is basically Kanye West as a Japanese highschooler.
  • Narcissist: When he's not really busy and has a chance to relax, he likes to talk about how awesome he is.
    Isuzu: You should do something about that superiority complex.
    Kanie: ...But I am superior. That's a fact.
  • Percussive Maintenance: It's how he fixes the security camera monitors in one episode.
  • Pride: Comes with the narcissism.
  • Primal Fear: He has a phobia of heights, which is rather embarrassing for him to admit.
  • Rousing Speech: Gives one heck of a "The Reason You Suck" Speech to the Park staff to rile them up and gauge their passion for the job. And gives them another one in episode 11 to prepare for the incoming wave of attendees that'll test their very limits.
  • Say My Name: Screams out Isuzu's name when she falls down a pit-trap. After Macaron falls into the pit as well, he yells her name out again after a brief pause.
  • Ship Tease: Has some, mainly with Isuzu but also a bit with Latifa.
  • Sitcom Archnemesis: With Moffle, and the feeling's mutual.
  • Super Reflexes: Something he's picked up from meeting Moffle.
  • Take a Third Option: He's much more capable than other characters at devising additional solutions to problems.
  • That Man Is Dead: Something he tells Isuzu in regards to his past.
  • Too Awesome to Use: His attitude toward his single-use mind reading abilities. He even brings up video game analogies as examples.
  • Took a Level in Badass: After a few matches, he becomes able to repel Moffle's attacks during their sparring.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: He starts out with a pretty dim view of the Park and its inhabitants, and remains a bit of a jerk even after agreeing to help them, but he warms up to everyone (except Moffle) quickly enough.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He's afraid of heights.

    Sento Isuzu
The many faces of Isuzu.
Voiced by: Ai Kakuma (Japanese), Molly Searcy (English)
"I apologize for my abruptness, Kanie Seiya-kun, but let's go to an amusement park this Sunday."

A beautiful and mysterious new transfer student to Amagi High School, who ignores the droves of boys who approached her, instead moving straight for Seiya.

The former (acting) manager of Amagi Brilliant Park sent to find and bring Seiya to the park. A Royal Guard of Maple Land, she was brought up purely to be a capable soldier and thus lacks... normal skills. Her typical reaction to a problem is to use her magical flint-lock musket(s) Steinberger. She also feels a personal need to take baths frequently.

  • Action Girl: Comes with her official job. No, not the one as manager.
  • Agony Beam: The muskets she carries are definitely real. She will shoot you. However, the gun is simply loaded with magic bullets that really hurt, but don't cause any actual damage.
  • Bad "Bad Acting": She makes a terrible pirate. Sure, the outfit looks good, but she still can't drop the monotone.
  • Bare Your Midriff: In some of her alternative outfits.
  • Bathing Beauty: She needs to takes baths to relax, typically thrice a day or she feels like she's dying. The reason is that Isuzu is apparently a descendant of Kappas.
  • Boobs of Steel: She's quite obviously well endowed, despite being a Royal Guard.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: Something she has a lot of trouble with regarding Seiya, when she unknowingly took a Heart-on-the-Sleeve Bean.
  • Casual Danger Dialogue: She manages to send a text message saying she's fine while evading some pretty crazy traps.
  • Chain Pain: The weapon given to her in the cave is apparently a drive-chain.
  • Child Soldier: Her training as a soldier started from young.
  • Comically Missing the Point: Due to her upbringing, she lacks social skills and can misunderstand a few things.
  • The Comically Serious: Due to her rather straightforward and emotionless way of explaining things.
  • Creepy Monotone: Her voice rarely conveys much emotion or changes tone
  • Cry Cute: In Episode 13.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Light brown hair and eyes.
  • Death Glare:
    • Most people would really not want to be Tiramie in episode 7, when she walks the plank.
    • Happens again in episode 8 when she overhears her "hidden features" being discussed.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: She eventually opens up to Seiya, since she seems to be growing feelings for him. She also seems to be getting more expressive as the story proceeds.
  • Delayed Reaction: When Seiya walks in on her getting dressed. Long after he's slammed the door shut she finally reacts with a "Kyaaah" in a low monotone.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Her punishments to Macaron and Tiramie (and Moffle, who sometimes gets caught in it) tend to look very painful.
  • Dull Surprise: Her facial expressions rarely change, even when she is emoting. And while her speaking voice does change, acting-wise she... can't pull off a performance to save her life.
  • Emotionless Girl: She never seems to really react to most things the way you'd normally expect, but it becomes pretty obvious that she feels the same thing a normal person does and even expresses those emotions. They simply don't make her expression change most of the time, and even then, its usually subtle.
  • Establishing Character Moment: The first thing depicted in the series is Isuzu, pointing her musket right at Seiya.
  • Expy: Basically a Distaff Counterpart to Sagara Sousuke from Full Metal Panic!. Both are skilled and stoic soldiers who are dropped in a casual environment and due to their upbringing, suffer from severe cases of No Social Skills and usually resort to their weapons to deal with any problem they face.
  • Fish out of Water: Due to her upbringing as a Royal Guard, she is unfamiliar with socializing and Earthling concepts. It's also shown that while she can't manage an amusement park, she does have leadership skills. They're simply completely unsuited for the task at hand.
  • Friendless Background: Again, due to her upbringing.
  • Gag Boobs: Moffle seems to imply that the reason she has large breasts has to do with her characteristic tendency to draw her large guns.
  • Gun Twirling: She has a habit of spinning Steinberger when drawing it without the intention to fire.
  • Hair Antennae: Long ones, too.
  • Hair Intakes: Her hairdo has two intakes that look like cat ears.
  • Hammerspace: Justified. She can pull out her Steinberger from any bare area of her skin, which is why she pulls it out from underneath her skirt.
  • Head Desk: The result of her trying to resist the effects of the Heart-on-the-Sleeve Bean.
  • Improbable Age: Seiya just barely gets an exemption from the improbable age factor of running an amusement park in high school thanks to being The Chosen One, but Sento was running the park for the last few years, is apparently no older than him and is also part of the military. Why she of all people was entrusted with running the park is unclear.
  • Instant Bandages: Gives these to whoever gets shot with Pain Bringer, which is said to inflict twice as much pain as stubbing a little toe on a dresser.
  • Killing Intent: Macaron and Tiramie tend to invoke this a bit too often.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: One of the special bullets Isuzu can use in Steinberger, Forgotten Realm, removes memories from the person struck. Unfortunately, each one takes a year to manufacture, so they're limited in use.
  • Marshmallow Hell: Subjects Shiina to one during volume 3.
  • Meaningful Name: With multiple bits of her name.
    • Sento means "Bath House" or "Public Bath" in Japanese, and she likes bathing.
  • Miss Exposition: Serves as this early on when introducing Seiya to the Park's attractions on their "date".
  • Ms. Fanservice: Isuzu's body is very curvy and busty, something that's been exploited more than once.
  • Punny Name: As a Shout-Out to 50 Cent. "Isuzu" means "fifty bells" while "Sento" is phonetic for "Cent".
  • Named After Someone Famous: By being a Punny Name Shout-Out to 50 Cent. "Isuzu" means "fifty bells" while "Sento" is phonetic for "Cent".
  • New Transfer Student: Seiya mentions that she was a new girl that had just transferred prior to the start of the story.
  • Nice Hat: Her pirate captain tricorne during episode 7.
  • No Social Skills: She's a soldier, not someone who would normally work at an amusement park. She has no idea how to actually ask people for things, can't compromise, has no tact and responds to most situations with aggression. Put this all together and she's an awful manager and seems isolated from even the other Maple Land residents, which clearly bothers her. However, in an emergency situation calling for quick, clear actions she responds much more effectively than Seiya and it's shown that everyone does appreciate her.
  • Not So Stoic: She looks close to tears when Kanie chews her out for her methods of maintaining order (threats with her guns) to the point of deeming her a burden. She also goes Blue with Shock at the mere sight of the schoolboy trio who love to harass her.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Everyone knows her as 'Sento Isuzu'. Her full, real name is Isuzuruha Centollucia.
  • Rapunzel Hair: In a Tomboyish Ponytail that reaches down to her hips.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Red Oni to Muse's Blue Oni.
  • Rei Ayanami Expy: Let's see, stoic, mysterious, No Social Skills, speaks in a monotone, not entirely human, love interest to the main character, raised as a warrior, and warms up more as the series progresses.
  • Reluctant Fanservice Girl: She's clearly discomforted when tasked to wear a very revealing bikini for an advertisement.
  • Sacrificed Basic Skill for Awesome Training: Her upbringing as a royal guard made her a skilled soldier, but also left her lacking in the social skills department. This resulted in her tendency to quickly resort to violence by threatening others or shooting them with her gun.
  • Sexy Secretary: Her job after Seiya takes over is essentially his secretary. And the first word was already outlined above...
    • Have we mentioned her business suit?
  • She's Got Legs: Her long legs are further accentuated by her Grade A Zettai Ryouiki.
  • The Stoic: She doesn't display much emotion and has a poker face most of the time.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: She's very blunt, direct and seems cold. However, she's surprisingly sensitive and her more aggressive actions (when portrayed seriously) are often the result of stress or worry, not malice.
  • Trouser Space: Appears to have one since she frequently draws Steinberger from underneath her skirt. Her musket(s) are actually magically integrated into her. Any exposed part of her skin can be used but Isuzu prefers her thighs.
  • The Unsmile: In episode 6, she tries to go for a smile in the mirror before heading to work, but only results in this; she's quick to realize it doesn't look okay, which makes her sigh.
  • When All You Have Is a Hammer...: Her solution to nigh on any problem would be threatening or shooting the source with Steinberger. Unfortunately, it's not only a terrible solution for problems as a park manager, it also drives away all the professional advisers who could have helped fix the park. Thus, fewer visitors.

    Latifa Fullanza
Would you like some croquettes?
Voiced by: Yukiyo Fujii (Japanese), Cindy Lou Parker (English)
"I have a favor to ask you. This park is on the verge of collapse. I want you to get it back on its feet."

The manager of Amagi Brilliant Park, the princess of Maple Land. Being a Maple Lander, she doesn't fully understand how to attract and entertain Earth's population.

  • Authority in Name Only: On paper, she's the manager of the park. She doesn't do the actual work because she's just a little girl and refers to Seiya as though he were the actual manager instead of just her assistant. Also justified by her poor health, though she does like to do a lot of cooking in the meantime.
  • The Cutie: She's very sweet, disarming and adorable.
  • Damsel in Distress: Gets captured by Ironbeard during episode 7. The scene looks awfully familiar.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Long blond hair befitting for a beautiful and kind princess.
  • Ill Girl: She's on the weak side and falls sick easily. She has a curse placed on her, which does make it difficult for her to oversee management of the Park effectively.
  • Improbable Age: She's the manager of a park at fourteen. That said, there's an obvious justification in that she's royalty and while the park is older than her, its purpose is to keep her alive. As far as the actual work goes she left that to Isuzu at first and then later Seiya.
  • Informed Flaw: In the light novels, Latifa is blind, but it doesn't stop her from walking around or frying her croquettes normally. Her blindness was apparently Adapted Out by Kyoto Animation.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: She has big blue eyes, to show her kind and innocent personality.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Forgets the events of the past year every year.
  • Magic Kiss: As Maple Land royalty she can grant magical powers to a person with a kiss.
  • Musical Theme Naming: Queen Latifah.
  • Nephewism: She was left under the care of her uncle Moffle by her parents.
  • Nice Girl: She's very gentle and supportive and is more worried about the mascots working for her than any of her own problems.
  • Ojou Ringlets: She has two curled locks of hair draping the sides of her face to show her royal status.
  • Older Than She Looks: Comments from Moffle suggest that Latifa is stuck at a teen age. Confirmed by Moffle to be 24 years old in episode 10.
  • One-Note Cook: Latifa makes some amazing croquettes, but she's not known to make anything else.
  • Princess Classic: A princess from a magic kingdom? Check. Good, kind and innocent? Check. Weak and physically frail? Check. Wears beautiful dresses? Check.
  • Princesses Prefer Pink: She's a princess who wears a pink dress.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair is waist length.
  • Reflectionless Useless Eyes: In the light novel and manga, her eyes have flatter irises and less light.
  • Reluctant Fanservice Girl: Clearly uncomfortable when she's asked to participate in the swimsuit advertisement, although she did know what she was getting into before she agreed.
  • Secret Keeper: Seiya asks her to keep his phobia of heights a secret, especially from Sento, though he tells her himself before long.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Her name varies from translator to translator quite a lot, such as "Latifah Fleuranza", or even "Florenza"...
  • Stepford Smiler: She isn't always as happy as she looks. When she's upset, she keeps smiling despite the situation as Seiya remembers from when he was much younger and he walked in on her when her guard was down for once. He tried to cheer her up and she just faked a smile again.


The Amabri Mascots

The various staff members of the park resembling animal actors. Despite their appearance, they are really magical beings from Maple Land and not humans in suits. They must keep their popularity, or else they will disappear.
I am not a copyright violation.
Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi (Japanese), Tiffany Grant (English)
"This is our problem, fumo! We don't need you to save us, fumo!"

The Fairy of Candy, hosting Moffle's Candy House. He is the park's primary mascot, as well as Latifa's uncle.

  • Battle Aura: Often produces one when about to punch something out.
  • Berserk Button: Calling him cheap or a knock off is a good way to end up unconscious. Another way would be to do something bad to Latifa.
  • Captain Ersatz: Parodied. Moffle is basically a knock off of Bonta-kun, the fictional mascot from Full Metal Panic!. He even gets called a "walking copyright violation".
  • Cross-Popping Veins: Gets some when he gets upset.
  • Dirty Old Man: Moffle does seem awfully interested in Eiko's AV history... Doesn't help that his appearance while wearing a Lalapatchi amulet resembles a grizzled (but handsome) trucker.
  • Edible Theme Naming: Named after mochi waffles.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: Moffle's preferred method of combat (and solution to problems) is his hands.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Especially when his niece is concerned.
  • Incest Subtext: In episode 3, Tiramie and Macaron jokingly mention to Isuzu that Moffle may have agreed to watch over his niece Latifa because she strongly resembles her mother, who happens to be his sister. They then claim that he may be a sis-con. And in episode 8 he goes off on a rant watching the woman he loved get married off to a guy he absolutely hated, and then was asked to watch their kid. Isuzu asks if he was referring to Latifa, but Moffle tries to brush it off by saying it was just a hypothetical scenario.
  • Instant Bandages: Often gets one when he gets shot by Isuzu, typically right on the rear.
  • Nice Hat: It's not clear if it's part of him though.
  • Papa Wolf: He's very protective of his niece, Latifa.
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: As a result, Seiya developed Super Reflexes.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Considering he's the princess's uncle and Isuzu refers to him as Lord Moffle, it's safe to assume he's connected to the royal family and he certainly takes an active role in assuring the park's well being.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: With Kanie. They couldn't stand one another from the moment they met. This likely has to do with something that happened in the past with Latifa.
  • Verbal Tic: "~fumo" or "~mofu". Sometimes even "fumoffu"!


Try to be nice or you might have him destroying the stage.
Voiced by: Ryoko Shiraishi (Japanese), Allison Keith (English)
"Calm down, ron. You won't last long in this business if you keep seeing red at every little thing, ron."

The Fairy of Music, hosting Macaron's Music Theater. One of the park's main mascots, he resembles a ram. No, a sheep. He plays a violin.

Bringing you to the land of dreams. Ladies only.
Voiced by: Ai Nonaka (Japanese), Jessica Calvello (English)
"I'm going to keep talking about my love of T&A foreveramie!"

The fairy of flowers, hosting Tiramie's Flower Adventure. Another of the main mascots, he looks like a pink Pomeranian.

  • Bishounen: When he has a Lalapatchi Amulet on, he looks like a regular human to Earthlings. And a handsome blonde to boot.
  • Demolitions Expert: Seems to be quite familiar with explosives - he was responsible for a major explosion in his schooling days.
    • He gets molotovs during the cave adventure.
    • Tiramie also mentions wanting some fertilizer so he could make explosives. Seiya straight away mentions that's Not the Intended Use, especially for the fairy of flowers.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: His pink fur, association with flowers and high pitched voice make it easy to mistake him for a girl.
  • Dying Clue: When Tiramie Couldn't Find a Pen he writes "The killer has cow tits"
  • Edible Theme Naming: Named after tiramisunote .
  • Face–Heel Turn: When Ironbeard offers him the perk of "doing whatever he wants with the women".
  • Freeze-Frame Bonus: One of the most memorable parts in the opening for the anime is Tiramie unveiling a censored object from his magic hat. He gets shot by Isuzu right afterwards.
  • Green Thumb: Not only can he make flowers appear out of his hands, but he manages to bring the turf in the stadium back to life in episode 11. Unfortunately it works a little too well, and some mutant plants arise to attack him, Moffle and Macaron, though fortunately Seiya has the molemen clear out said plants.
  • Instant Bandages: Like Moffle and Macaron, due to Isuzu's bullets.
  • Karmic Butt-Monkey: Usually when Tiramie suffers violence or something bad befalls him, you can be well assured that he did something perverted or sleazy to deserve it.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: He betrays everyone to the pirates and even forces Moffle and Macaron to walk the plank. Later on, after the dust has settled, Moffle and Macaron pay him back in kind and force him to do the same.
  • Latex Perfection: Got the Isuzu and Seiya suits from the Digerry Clan.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: He is a huge pervert and shameless lech.
  • Oh, Crap!: Anytime he or Tiramie (and sometimes Moffle) make dirty remarks regarding Isuzu, and then realize she's right behind them.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Macaron's blue.
  • Shipper on Deck: Together with Macaron, when he hears that Isuzu was at Seiya's house.
  • Slasher Smile: To contrast with his seemingly cute appearance, just like Macaron.
  • Those Two Guys: With Macaron.
  • Truth Serums: He's the one who got it for Macaron.
  • Verbal Tic: "~mie" in general, though sometimes "~ramie".
  • Walk the Plank: Coerces Moffle and Macaron into doing so when ordered to by Ironbeard. Doesn't quite happen the way he wants to when it's Isuzu's turn.

Voiced by: Satoshi Hino (Japanese), David Wald (English)

A weasel-like fairy who was thought to be dead when he went missing in a cave in a part of the secondary park.

  • G.I.R.L.: He's been able to prevent himself from fading from memory and disappearing by pretending to be a girl online.
  • Hikikomori: He became a shut-in after he was lost in the cave, instead of deciding to go back to work.
  • Otaku: He's built up a sizable collection of anime and manga collectibles. This fortunately solves the park's money woes for the month in episode 5.
  • Never Found the Body: Everyone assumed he died when he never returned from searching for the treasure hidden beneath the secondary park.
  • Verbal Tic: His is "neru", or "nell" if you want the English-ish way.

Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki (Japanese), John Gremillion (English)

An anthromorphic shark residing mostly in the water park attraction.

Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama (Japanese), David Matranga (English)

A dolphin who tends to the water park attraction, Blue Ocean.

  • Big Damn Heroes: Does this in an act during episode 10 when rescuing a mermaid from Ironbeard. And later the two are seen combating each other again in episode 11.
  • Samurai: Yes, you read that right. A samurai dolphin.
  • Seppuku: Isuzu states in a ''Show & Tell! Attractions!!'' that Genjuurou frequently commits Seppuku due to feeling responsibility for the appearance of krakens and giant octopuses in Blue Ocean.
    • Seiya wonders how he's still alive.
      • He does this in a video for the park in episode 13. Ironbeard is seen standing behind him ready to lop his head off.
  • Keigo: Uses the archtypical "de gozaru".

Voiced by: Takuma Terashima (Japanese), Clint Bickham (English)
  • Butt-Monkey: In most of his appearances he's the victim of something.
    • He gets 'killed off' thrice in the misdirected promotional video.
  • Verbal Tic: "~pi", since his name is pronounced Wanipi in Japanese.

Amabri Regular Staff

The following characters are staff of Amagi Brilliant Park, but aren't directly involved in the entertaining of guests.
Voiced by: Shiori Mikami (Japanese), Kelly Manison (English)

The financial manager for Amagi Brilliant Park.

Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama (Japanese), Mark X. Laskowski (English)

The marketing manager for the Park, who looks like a triceratops.

  • Catchphrase: He's developed his own little fandom for his rather memorable "need to hunch over for a while".
  • Dirty Old Man: He seems quite thrilled when Tiramie suggests using pictures of the various female characters he discreetly took pictures of for the promotional video in episode 13, and gives him access to said files.

Voiced by: Shinya Takahashi (Japanese), Ty Mahany (English)

A security guard working in the staff entrance gate for the Park. Oddly, he wears a luchadore mask.

  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He's good at his job but no one knows why he's always wearing a lucha mask.
  • Female Gaze: His poses in episode 13 after Tricen asks him for help for the promotional video.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: He ends up wrestling a man who was trying to get hired at the park in episode 6. They're seen wrestling again in a video in episode 13.


A mole construction worker who lives in the park as refugees due to being persecuted, he and his kin help put in constructing attractions.

  • Ridiculously Fast Construction: Their specialty is to create facilities in a few days. Seiya's amazed by his skills, including how they built their new home at the park overnight. It also comes in handy when it's time to refurbish the park's unused soccer stadium to peak condition, which they accomplish in a week.

The Part-Timers

Part of the group hired by the park after the management discovered that the park had a severe labor shortage. Notable to be the only girls who bothered applying for the positions, compared to the other nutjobs who answered the advertisement the park put out.

In the light novel, many of the vignettes from the later books are told from the part-timers' point of view, giving a local's perspective on the craziness that happens in the park.

  • Punny Name: The first syllable in their names sounds like "A, B, C", corresponding to the order that they're introduced.
  • Red Herring: It was implied through Isuzu's dream that the girls might put Kanie in some sort of Harem Anime scenario, where Isuzu would have to compete with them for Kanie's affections. However, nothing of the sort occurs; it was mainly a product of Isuzu's growing feelings for Kanie, and all three girls remain as relatively minor supporting characters.

    Aidachi Eiko 
Voiced by: Hiromi Igarashi (Japanese), Shanae'a Moore (English)

A part-timer in the Park, who previously worked in the film industry doing something she referred to as "AVs".

  • Actor Allusion: Check the seiyuu's filmography; you'll understand why.
  • Buxom Is Better: Isuzu under Truth Serums remarks that Seiya is fawning over an archetypical "busty older sister type".
  • Innocent Innuendo: She states that she previously worked in AVs, or "Adult Videos". She meant that she narrated Animal Videos.
  • Lemony Narrator: She tends to be overly dramatic when narrating. This fortunately works in her favor, as the pirate attack by Ironbeard in episode 7 appears to be just another act being put on by the park, rather than a real pirate attack due to her narration of the incident.
  • Perpetual Smiler: It's rare to see her with an expression other than a smile, to say the least.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Sure, she did work with animals a lot, but Biino wonders how.

    Baando Biino 
Voiced by: Natsumi Takamori (Japanese), Natalie Rial (English)

A part-timer in the Park, who appears to be a high school student.

  • The Determinator: She arrives to her job interview with a knife wound and actively bleeding from her left flank and her mouth. She was that determined to work at AmaBri.
  • Major Injury Underreaction: She attended her interview with a stab wound.
  • Out of Focus: Biino's the only part-timer in the anime that doesn't have much of a focus, compared to Eiko and Shiina.

    Chuujou Shiina 
Voiced by: Haruka Chisuga (Japanese), Brittney Karbowski (English)

Another student of Amagi High, and a part-timer in the park.

  • Cannot Spit It Out: Stutters a lot and had difficulty thinking of what she wanted to say during her interview, with a lot of mispronunciations.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: It's lowkey, but she doesn't seem to like seeing Seiya (or who she thought was Seiya) hanging out with Kanae in episode 8.
  • Expressive Hair: When in some stressful situations, partly the park's busy time during the soccer match day, her pigtails tend to move with her emotions.
  • Hidden Depths: Though not shown in the anime, the light novel reveals that Shiina is a terrific singer. In fact, her stutter is nowhere to be seen whenever she does.

The Fairies of Elementario

The four fairy girls of the Elementario show.

  • "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: The four voice actresses for the fairies performed the closing credits song.
  • Elemental Powers: Each has some control over their respective element.
  • Four-Element Ensemble: They each represent one of the four classical elements.
  • Our Fairies Are Different
  • Plot Tailored to the Party: One episode has them team up to switch off the park's defense systems. Each of them has a specialty (Muse is a great singer, Salama's a great typist, etc.) that makes up for the worst of the bunch each time, and they all bond over it. Good thing too, since the final challenge was a trust exercise, where either one has to be sacrificed, or none have to.
  • Pointy Ears: In the light-novel and manga (which follows the former more closely), the fairies have pointy, elflike ears, but not so in the anime.
  • Religious and Mythological Theme Naming:
    • Muse: Muses are universally associated with dance, music, the arts and inspiration and occasionally as water nymphs. It's also another name for the sirens of folklore, which were known for their alluring voices.
    • Sylphy is named after Sylphs, mythological spirits of the air.
    • Kobory's name derives from Kobolds, which (besides being D&D hero fodder) are typically depicted as Earth spirits/demons.
    • Salama's name derives from salamander, which would be a mythological creature typically associated with fire.
  • Reluctant Fanservice Girl: All but Sylphy were rather embarrassed during the swimsuit ad in episode 3.

She'll help you cool off!
Voiced by: Yuka Aisaka (Japanese), Emily Neves (English)

The Fairy of Water. An all around pleasant girl who doesn't seem to mind that there aren't many people attending their show. Typically speaks for her quartet.

  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Muse has a baby-blue shade for her hair in the anime. In the light novels it's light grey.
  • Advertised Extra: Muse is generally in promotional material with Isuzu where the other fairies aren't.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her default show costume.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: In the anime, she gives this vibe in the emotional department, as when out of her element (figuratively or otherwise) she tends to be more expressive than normal, such as when taking over Princess Latifa's cooking duties in Episode 13.
  • Elemental Hair Colors: She has silver hair with a baby-blue shade and she is a water fairy.
  • Girly Girl: A look in Muse's room will reveal how feminine her belongings are. She even has a Girly Run!
  • Hopeless with Tech: She is the least adept of the quartet when it comes to technology. In the anime, it's showcased in episode 9 that her typing speed is... abysmal.
  • The Leader: The De Facto sort. She's the one who speaks for them the most, and the earliest to be introduced.
  • Making a Splash: She has some water powers, such as being able to create small fountains from her fingertips.
  • Musical Theme Naming: The English alternative/new-prog rock band.
  • Mystical White Hair: Muse is a water fairy with silver white hair.
  • Nice Girl: Muse is quite friendly in general, but not a pushover as she usually tries to stop others from doing bad things.
  • Only Sane Woman: Muse is the most levelheaded and normal of the quartet.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Blue Oni to Isuzu's or Salama's Red Oni.
  • Token Yuri Girls: Invokes this in an illustration, when she tells Isuzu that a "yuri mood" during bath time is a "must, for commercial reasons".

And she's actually normally like that.
Voiced by: Tomoyo Kurosawa (Japanese), Luci Christian (English)

The Fairy of Wind. A bit of an airhead, but arguably the best at her job among the four fairies.

  • The Ace: During the series of trials to deactivate Maple Castle's defenses, Sylphy is the only one that never struggles or has difficulty with any of the challenges, and easily steps up and gets the perfect score needed to compensate for Koboli's poor dance skills.
  • Bare Your Midriff
  • Blow You Away: She can generate gusts of wind.
  • Boobs of Steel: The tallest and most athletically inclined of the fairies, as well as the bustiest.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: She's the most competent performer of the four fairies, barely breaking a sweat during rehearsal, while the others can't even get the poses right.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: She is often seen doing various random things when the other Elementario girls are discussing plot-related stuff, such as sliding around on a chair while the others are texting Isuzu in episode 5.
  • Funny Background Event: While the other fairies are discussing important things, Sylphy's usually having... um, fun.
  • Genius Ditz: Despite her airheadedness she's shown to be very good at things related to performing.
  • Genki Girl: She doesn't seem bothered by the sorry state of the park and is pretty lively.
  • Girlish Pigtails: She has her hair in pigtails and she is the most childish and energetic of the group.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She has blonde hair and she is cheerful, childish and playful.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: Blue eyes to reflect her cheerful and childish nature.
  • Innocent Fanservice Girl: Sylphy has the most revealing outfit of the quartet and certainly doesn't seem at all bothered by the bikini ad.
  • Stronger Than They Look: Downplayed, but on several occasions when really happy, Sylphy has picked up and spun Kobory around in literal circles with no assistance.

"You're as graceful as ever!"
Voiced by: Shiori Mikami (Japanese), Juliet Simmons (English)

The Fairy of Earth, a quiet and unexpressive girl.

  • Covert Pervert: Her musings on men in episode 3, and later her suggestions for the promotional video Tricen is making in episode 13 to include scantily-clad men in various poses. She's also a massive Yaoi Fangirl that can't help but play Shipper on Deck for random dudes.
  • The Comically Serious: On occasion. When Kanie gets sick, after Muse and Salama suggest cooling him down with water and heating him up with fire, respectively, Kobory suggests preparing for his funeral while holding up a tiny shovel.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Brown hair and eyes.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Not really shown since she can't exactly crack open the flooring without repercussions, as Isuzu states.
  • Elemental Hair Colors: An earth fairy with brown hair.
  • I Can't Dance: Kobory is clearly not too good with her feet.
  • Otaku: She's part of a doujin circle in her off time and tends to look at things through yaoi vision.
  • Rapunzel Hair: She has waist length hair.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": People can't quite seem to agree on how to write her name. "Koboli" would be the next most common example.
  • The Stoic: Relatively straight-faced and unexpressive.
  • Yaoi Fangirl: She randomly ships two random dudes, convinced they're a couple.

"...and you're as cool as ever!"
Voiced by: Minami Tsuda (Japanese), Allison Sumrall (English)

The Fairy of Fire. An all-around slacker who seems more interested in her phone than anything else.

Other Characters

    Kurisu Takaya
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe (Japanese), Jay Hickman (English)

The head of the Amagi Development Project, referred to as "the enemy" by Isuzu. He intends to convert the Park grounds into a golf course.

  • Big Bad: In Volume 1 and the anime's events. Not that he's evil, except he's the sorcerer that was promised Latifa's hand, and cursed her out of spite.
  • Fair-Play Villain: Interestingly, in the anime at least, while he's presented as the bad guy Seiya has to battle against, he's never seen doing anything antagonistic towards them in achieving their goals to hit 500k visitors. You would think he'd hire some thugs to harass people attempting to visit the park, which Moffle and Isuzu would have to deal with, or at least discourage people from going with bad reviews and a bribed reporter sent to criticize the park's shortcomings.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: Played with. He's right to be mad after the King broke his promise of letting Takaya marry Princess Latifah, and instead threw the Royal Army at him even when he saved the entire country; he was basically completely denied what was rightfully his. Even so, his punishment of Latifah (instead of her father, the king) was completely misplaced and petty... and wanting to marry a 14-year-old girl, even if she's the princess, by itself raises questions about his character/motives.
  • Musical Theme Naming: Chris Tucker - he even says his name in a quicker fashion to sound like it.
  • No-Sell: Seiya spots him in episode twelve and walks over to find out why he's in the park after they barely hit the visitor quota. After a rather revealing comment, he tries reading his mind, which Takaya just brushes off.
  • Revenge: Turns out he's pretty upset about the king first reneging on an agreement and then attempting to kill him after he saved the entire country from a rampaging dragon.
  • Sore Loser: In episode 12, he says he's going to enjoy the despair Seiya and the others show off in the next half hour or so regarding Latifa's curse of her memory and body resetting one year every August 1st. This after they just barely manage to hit 500k visitors before the deadline.
  • Villainy-Free Villain: He's just a businessman attempting to fulfill a contract. There's no personal investment in the failure of the park, he's just doing his job. Subverted after the park is saved: He's the wizard who cursed Latifa to begin with, so he definitely has a stake in watching the park fail. Even so, at no point does he actually interfere with the operations of the park or their attempts to bring in guests.

    Kyuubu Aisu 
Voiced by: Yuko Kaida (Japanese), Katelyn Barr (English)

Seiya's aunt, whom he lives with.

    Rubrum the Red Dragon
Voiced by: Joji Nakata (Japanese), Josh Morrison (English)
  • Catchphrase: "I have transcended human knowledge".
  • Large Ham: Seems to act in this manner in episode 10 when some school girls are doing the dungeon tour.
  • Mean Character, Nice Actor: He usually sounds boastful and threatening, but he’s a big softie. His design becomes much softer when he’s not acting.
  • Paper Tiger: He talks big and acts scary, but he's quite meek and easily intimidated.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He's a giant dragon that used to practice Tea Ceremony in High School.
  • Super-Deformed: He looks rather imposing when he first shows up, but shifts to a more cartoonish style after Kanie reads his mind to answer his question before Rubrum has even finished saying it. Moffle lampshades that he doesn't seem so threatening anymore.
  • You Shall Not Pass!: Attempts to do this with Seiya in episode 5. He fails however, when the latter finds out he's actually not as intimidating as he looks after getting hit by Moffle.

    Tsuchida Kanae 
A girl studying in Amagi High School, who accidentally slips a confession-meeting letter intended for Kimura in another class.
  • Break the Cutie: Seiya's various interactions with her. Or rather, Isuzu's, Macaron's, and Tiramie's filling in for him due to him being ill from overworking himself. As a result, he sends mixed messages to Kanae, and various other students at their school such as Kimura and Shiina. Tiramie in particular, had a very negative effect on her, and accidentally earned Seiya the reputation of being a playboy, were it not for Kimura note  explaining to the girls that Seiya was acting weird to help him out with Kanae.
  • The Ditz: Macaron points out after his costume of Seiya is beheaded that Kanae barely reacted to the sight, meaning, that she's not all that smart.
  • Love Confession: Gives one to Kimura, but starts having second thoughts on it after being impressed by Seiya.
  • Love Letter Lunacy: She accidentally puts a love letter in Seiya's shoe locker, when she meant for it to go to Kimura.

A male student in Amagi High, and the subject of Kanae's interest.
  • Crazy Jealous Guy: Didn't seem too fond of Seiya hanging out around Kanae, especially since the latter was giving him a Love Confession, but then started having second thoughts about it due to Seiya, or rather Isuzu and Macaron filling in for him at school while disguised as him.


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