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    Yukinari Sasaki
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Voiced by: Mamiko Noto (Japanese), Yuri Lowenthal (English)
The protagonist of the series, who suffers an allergic reaction when coming into contact with girls due to being bullied by them all his life. One day, after he is kicked into his bathtub by Kirie Kojima, his next door neighbor, he is transported to the alien world of Seiren, a planet where men comprise less than 10% of the population. He meets Miharu, a girl who does no trigger his allergy, and is followed back to Earth by her.
  • Accidental Pervert: He has the misfortune of being the protagonist of a harem series, so the laws of plot ensure that it happens and that he suffers for it.
  • Allergic to Love: Yukinari's extreme fear of girls stems from all the time he was ridiculed by them (including Kirie), which eventually caused him to begin breaking out in hives anytime he's near one. Miharu was the only girl who didn't trigger his allergy.
  • Butt-Monkey: He is never safe from the world's abuse. Examples of abuse include Kirie beating the crap out of him, Fukuyama repeatedly insulting him, Kosame threatening to put a bullet in him if he doesn't comply with Lisa's wishes, etc.
  • Chick Magnet: Kirie nurses a crush on him at the start of the series, but relents soon after Miharu enters the picture. Miharu also falls in love with him for... reasons, and so does her big sister, Maharu. Though, like Kirie, she also relents once it becomes clear that Yukinari is in love with Miharu. Then there's Lisa who happens to be obsessed with him. And last but not least, Yukina has also fallen in love with him as well on the last episode of the anime 2nd Season.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Has blue-black hair and blue-black eyes.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: At the end of the manga series, Yukinari marries Miharu.
  • Extreme Doormat: He is often pushed around by Kirie as well as Fukuyama. As we see in the first episode, pretty much every female classmate does this to him as well. He just meekly puts up with it. This is slightly less true in the manga, where he is more snarky and prone to backtalk (although it still doesn't do him any good).
  • Flat Character: Yukinari has hardly any defining character traits.
  • Foregone Conclusion: It's so apparent who he's going to end up with, that it doesn't take long for Kirie and Maharu to see it and simply give up.
  • The Generic Guy: There's nothing that stands out about him, other than his 'girl phobia'.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: While Kirie was initially part of the problem, she gradually lightens up on Yukinari and begins to stick up for him. Particularly when it comes to the way Fukuyama treats him.
  • Nice Guy: He does love helping other girls such as Kirie and Miharu, despite his allergic reaction. He's also a pretty friendly guy, most of the time.
  • Official Couple: With Miharu.
  • Ordinary High-School Student: He's plain and generic enough that he's basically the same as Nara.
  • Shrinking Violet: The guy's short and wimpy, which made him a natural target for being ridiculed by girls. Which hasn't done much for his self-esteem... what little he had, at least.
  • Spit Take: Does this frequently in the manga (whether drinking anything or not), usually whenever one of the girls loses her clothes.
  • Unlucky Everydude: He's an everyman who suffers misfortunes.

    Miharu Sena Kanaka
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Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi (Japanese), Michelle Ruff (English)
Miharu is the main heroine of the series. She a resident of Seiren who pulls Yukinari Sasaki to Seiren and follows him back to Earth to live with him, and the only woman who can touch Yukinari without triggering his allergy. She is very cheerful and always curious about Earth.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: The anime toned down or outright removed a lot of her manga incarnation's personality traits. These include her penchant for emotional outbursts, Large Ham tendencies, and occasional comedic misunderstanding-induced paranoia about various aspects of Earth culture.
  • Betty and Veronica: The series emphasizes Miharu's cheerfulness and innocence, in contrast to Kirie's brash attitude and short temper.
  • Big Eater: She eats and drinks anything. In vast quantities. When she's not eating, she's thinking about food... unless she's asleep, in which case she's dreaming about food. And any time she hears an unfamiliar word, she assumes it's food and starts fantasizing about what it might be.
  • Comically Missing the Point: Her other main personality trait, especially in the manga.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Has pink hair and pink (or reddish-pink) eyes.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: She marries Yukinari by the end of the manga.
  • Flat Character: She's a nice girl, who's in love with Yukinari for... whatever reason. Otherwise, besides being a Big Eater Ditz, there is not much more to say about her characterization in the anime. Manga Miharu, on the other hand, is a lot more high-strung and excitable.
  • Girlish Pigtails: She ties her hair in twin tails most of the time (although she occasionally does it up in a single giant braid instead).
  • Hair Intakes: She has a rather impressive pair of intakes that look like cat ears.
  • Innocent Fanservice Girl: She absolutely has no restraint regarding nudity due to their planet being composed of (apparently heterosexual) women.
  • Magical Girlfriend: From another planet even.
  • Naked First Impression: She meets Yukinari when she accidentally transports him to her bathtub in Seiren. While she's in the midst of taking a bath. in the manga she is barely covered while in the anime she is bare naked. She isn't even remotely concerned by this.
  • Naked on Arrival: Appears like this even before meeting Yukinari, both in anime and manga.
  • Nice Girl: Clearly the nicest girl Yukinari has met.
  • Official Couple: With Yukinari.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Especially in the manga, where her hair reaches to around her knees; it also billows about copiously, yet never seems to catch on anything.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: She's pink-haired and the nicest girl in the series.
  • Satellite Love Interest: It's never said what she likes about Yukinari, she just does. At least in the anime, it's implied that she's been watching him through her bathtub for some time before they first meet.
  • The Ditz: She's not dumb, but she is innocent, clueless, and has a tendency to unintentionally leave chaos in her wake.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has pink hair. This is canonical in-universe, as other characters occasionally comment on it.

    Kirie Kojima
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Voiced by: Chiwa Saito (Japanese), Stephanie Sheh (credited as Lulu Chiang) (English)
Yukinari's next door neighbor, classmate, and childhood friend who takes care of him from time to time since. She is especially well-endowed, which makes her a natural target for Fukuyama's perversions. However, due to her physical aptitude and martial-arts abilities, she always defeats him. She regularly beats up Yukinari Sasaki for his bad luck.
  • Action Girl: Kosame and Lilica are her only competition and about the only two who can beat her. Hijiri also makes a strong showing against her when they fight during the final episode, though Kirie drops her in the end.
  • Alliterative Name: Kirie Kojima.
  • Berserk Button: Any act of perversion by Yukinari, whether it is intended or not, will set her off big time.
  • Betty and Veronica: Kirie and Miharu are the series' two single biggest sources of fanservice; but whereas the series portrays Miharu as the cute and innocent one, Kirie is much more conscious of her sex appeal — and knows how to weaponize it. Also, she serves as the Veronica to Miharu's Betty for Yukinari.
  • Boobs of Steel: She's got the biggest rack of any regular character in the show note  and you better believe she's got the power that comes with 'em! As seen each and every time she suplexes Fukuyama, and when she drops the hammer on Hijiri in the final episode.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Hers is styled in a slightly mussy looking bob hairdo.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: She might've had a chance with Yukinari, had she simply told him how she felt. However, she is unable to do so.
  • Catchphrase: "Go [VERB] IN HELL!"
  • Childhood Friends: With Yukinari, who she's known since the two of them were kids.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Like most of the main cast. In Kirie's case, she has brown hair and brown eyes.
  • Cute Bruiser: Kirie is probably the most attractive girl around and is remarkably strong for a girl her age, capable of even lifting Hijiri, who's taller and heavier than she is, over her head and suplexing her.
  • Dude Magnet / Lust Object: To Fukuyama, Hijiri, and especially Kosame, who all want to get between her legs.
    • Fukuyama regularly flips up her skirt to see what kind of underwear she's wearing and he repeatedly gropes her breasts, not caring that she beats him up for it. In episode 11, he has his sister use her magic to help him cheat during their ping pong match, since she had agreed to use her nude body to wash his back, if he won. And, in episode 13, he blackmails her into taking part in the "Girls Fight!" competition just so he could see her in a thong.
    • But Kosame is the most persistent of the bunch and the one who comes closest to actually getting her in the sack. The fourth episode had her coerce Kirie into the bedroom at gunpoint, when she found her wandering around the Fukuyama mansion. Then shoved her on the bed, stripped down to her panties, and straddled her, but was foiled by one of the spirits Lisa had released earlier. She also fondled her during the semi-finals of the "Girls Fight!" competition, which concluded with Kosame stealing Kirie's First Kiss.
    • One of the later episodes showed she couldn't even walk down the street without being mobbed by middle-aged men asking her out on dates; much to her chagrin.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: As if she didn't already have enough of a problem with Kosame, she ends up with Hijiri wanting to bang her too.
    Kirie: (irate) "Great, I'm like catnip for lesbians."
  • First Kiss: Hers gets stolen by Kosame, after she mistakes Kirie's embrace as a sign of affection. Kirie bemoans the fact afterward.
  • Gag Boobs: The scanner in Fukuyama's elevator determined she wears an F-Cup — and that it was too small for her!note  Tomoka even calls her "boob monster".
  • Gainaxing: If it weren't for Fukuyama constantly lifting up her shirt to feel her up, you'd never know she wore a bra. But the opening scene of the hot springs episode takes the cake, where her boobs were swaying and jiggling so wildly, that it's a wonder they didn't pop out of her towel.
  • Head-Turning Beauty: Kirie has this:
    • So much so, that Fukuyama, Kosame and Hijiri all want a piece of her. A later episode showed she couldn't even walk down the street without being mobbed by middle-aged men, boys and even kids asking her for dates, much to her chagrin.
    • The 4th episode takes the trope to literal extremes, when Fukuyama pretends to be sick after eating some of Kirie's bento and guilt trips her into wearing a nurse's costume while she looks after him.
  • Incompatible Orientation: Kirie would like to have a nice guy for a boyfriend. Problem is, she usually attracts other girls, including adults such as Kosame and Hijiri. Made worse, since the fact that she's straight does nothing to deter them.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: It didn't take long for her to see that Yukinari only had eyes for Miharu, so she acquiesced and gave them her support.
  • Jail Bait: Kirie's only 16, but already has a body most adult women would die for. Which is the reason Fukuyama can't keep his hands off her and the reason Kosame wants to scissor her, even though they're both older than she isnote .
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite Kirie's frequent annoyance with Yukinari's perversions as well as her ruthlessness towards him, she's a friendly person who deeply loves him.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: Her first and only real attempt to get closer to Yukinari is in episode 4, where she fixes him a box bento in hopes of going on a lunch date with him. Which fails due to a series of unforeseen events and, with Lisa now entering the picture, along with Miharu, Kirie knew she didn't have a chance. So she calls it quits and settles for just being friends with him.
    (Kirie gets knocked into pool, after everything else that's happened to her during the episode)
    Kirie: (thinking to herself) "...why do I even bother...?"
    (Kirie goes home and calls it quits)
  • Lethal Chef: When Fukuyama ate her bento box lunch, it didn't just make him sick to his stomach, it made him change color and literally blow fire!
  • Loving Bully: To Yukinari.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She has a huge rack and bod to match, plus she's still in highschool. Guess who provides the majority of the series' T&A?
  • Naked on Arrival: In the manga is more censored, while in the anime she is barely covered and then attack Yukinari with a high-kick.
  • Oblivious to Love: Tomo was utterly dumbfounded that Kirie couldn't tell Nakagawa was love with her, when she visited him in the hospital. Instead, she mistook his blush as a sign of a fever.
    Tomo: (deadpan, at Fukuyama) "He totally likes her. Is she stupid?"
  • Old Flame Fizzle: It's subtly implied that she used to have a crush on Fukuyama, before finding out he was a sleaze. Now, she wants nothing to do with him.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Dresses up in an obvious disguise in one episode to help Yukinari when he's being picked by Fukuyama. Neither of them buy it, Fukuyama even questions what she is doing dressed up in such a way.
  • Panty Shot: You'll see 'em every time Fukuyama yanks up her skirt and, occasionally, when she suplexes him.
  • Patient Childhood Love Interest: Subverted (see the Know When to Fold 'Em entry).
  • Pervert Revenge Mode: At the drop of a dime, regardless whether the offense was real or imagined.
  • Reluctant Fanservice Girl: She repeatedly gets roped into catering to Fukuyama's whims, such as the time he guilt tripped her into wearing a nurse's costume after he'd gotten sick from eating the bento box lunch she'd made for Yukinari. Or the time he blackmailed her into entering the "Girls Fight!" competition, by threatening to show everyone a childhood photo of her wetting the bed, if she didn't comply.
  • Tears of Remorse: In episode 1, after Yukinari disappears when she kicked him into the bathtub, she's seen sobbing and begging God to bring him back.
  • Tomboy: Kirie's rough abrasive manner, combined with her physical strength and violent tendencies, is the main reason Yukinari doesn't see her the way she'd like him to.
  • Tsundere: She begins as a default Type A towards Yukinari for most of season one, but gradually shifts to a Type B by season 2.
  • Unlucky Childhood Friend: Par for the course, for the harem genre.
  • Virgin Tension: She has to constantly fend off Kosame and Fukuyama's attempts to get between her legs:
    • Kosame lusts after Kirie, with the incident at the Fukuyama manor being the closest she's ever come to raping her. And during their mudwrestling match, Kosame dropped all pretense of fighting her, in favor of mounting her so she could feel her up.
    • So does Fukuyama, who's obsessed with Kirie's underwear and groping her. In episode 11, he cheated during their ping pong match, since she had (reluctantly) agreed to use her naked body as a loofah to wash his back - IF he wonnote .
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Quite prone to busting out a suplex or two.

Fukuyama Manor

    Kazuharu Fukuyama
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Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu (Japanese), Liam O'Brien (English)
A rich, powerful, and perverted classmate of Yukinari and Kirie who serves as the antagonist for most of the series. He is always thinking up plans to ogle pretty girls, especially Kirie (whom he is smitten with), and has a rivalry with Yukinari.
  • Abhorrent Admirer: To Kirie, who flattens him every time he molests her, and Koyomi, who's afraid of men.
  • All Men Are Perverts: Just about any girl will do, as far as he's concerned. The only ones he's never shown interest in are Lilica and Kosame. This manifests in many ways:
    • For starters, he has an elevator in his mansion that has an X-ray scanner that's designed to accurately take women's measurements, in order to recreate a holographic 3D model of them for his enjoyment.
    • He's got an entire staff of maids (as in, not one butler) at his beck and call and had floor vents installed throughout the manor that create updrafts, so he can see under their skirts anytime he chooses.
    • Fukuyama even hosts his own annual "Girls Fight!" competition. To ensure there's plenty of eyecandy for himself and the crowd, the contest is for women only and he's made it mandatory that they have to wear progressively smaller swimsuits as they advance in the rankings.
    Kirie: (angrily at Fukuyama) "Why the hell do THEY get lunch, while *I* GET A THONG!!
  • Big Bad: For most of the series, he is the antagonist, cooking up various Zany Schemes to sexually harass Kirie and the other girls. Not that he is ever successful, and he is overshadowed by Yukina (anime)/Kazuha (manga).
  • Birds of a Feather: Despite their differences, there's one thing he and his sister share in common: they're both horndogs and they're dead set on trying to get their respective crushes in the sack. Which is exactly why Kirie and Yukinari didn't tell them about the trip they were taking to the hotsprings.
  • Butt-Monkey: Another example of a guy who gets abused by all the women around him, though unlike Yukinari, he almost always brings it on himself and deserves it.
  • Buxom Is Better: A firm believer, 'cuz it's the reason he cant keep his mits off her tits.
  • Camp Straight: For a guy who claims to hate all men, Fukuyama sure dresses in very flamboyant, revealing clothing.
  • Casanova Wannabe: Subverted as he has an entire maid staff and girls at school, who all seem to love him. It's just that the two that he's actually interested in (Kirie and Koyomi) happen to be the exceptions.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: Graduates to this from Handsome Lech.
  • Curtains Match the Window: One of the few main characters to avert this — he, along with his sister, has blonde hair but either blue or purple eyes depending on the medium. This may be intended to accentuate that neither of them really fits in, even when they're not outright antagonists.
  • Exact Words: In the anime uses this a rare case of a positive thing. He blackmailed Kirie into entering his "Girls Fight" with an embarrassing photo. Kirie made it to the final round, but was utterly demolished by Lilica, but Fukuyama tore up the photo anyways. He never said Kirie had to win, and it's implied Fukuyama knew she couldn't win against Lilica.
  • Foil: He is the complete opposite of Yukinari.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Despite his perverted behavior, he actually does love women and sees them as individuals that need to be protected. As such, he is disgusted with the manga's final antagonist, Kazuha, who just sees women as property.
  • Evil Twin: Fukuyama has one on Seiren, Kazuha, more lecherous and amoral than him, showing up in the last manga's arc as a would-be evil braggart, kidnapping Miharu and trying to add her to his own harem marrying her against her will.
  • Friendly Enemy: About halfway into season 2, he and his sister end up on friendlier terms with Yukinari, Kirie, and Koyomi, to where Kirie even spoke up for Lisa to try to keep Tomoka from fighting her.
  • Handsome Lech: He is a pretty boy, but also the biggest pervert of the show.
  • Harmless Villain: His "evilness" only extends to perving on girls, and his plans to do so fail more often than not.
  • Hidden Depths: In the manga, he's a very skilled making ice scuptures.
  • Jerkass: He is selfish, sleazy, arrogant, and egotistical. Not only does he bully Yukinari, he also goes out of his way to harass women and tries to steal them all for himself. For example, he ignores Koyomi's feelings and touches her against her will, and frequently attempts to steal Miharu away from Yukinari. Unfortunately for Fukuyama, all of those plans of his ended up as complete failures.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's still a jerk, but later on in the manga and second season of the anime, he mellows it out a bit.
  • Large Ham: Particularly in the English dub, where the majority of his lines are delivered in an over-the-top fashion, to go along with his overly dramatic posturing.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: Though the "lovable" part's debatable, as with all his molestations and harassments, you have to wonder why he is not in prison.
  • Malicious Misnaming: Fukuyama constantly refers to Yukinari as, "Puny-Nari," because he's short and wimpy.
  • Manipulative Bastard: See the Reluctant Fanservice Girl entry in Kirie's section.
  • My Sister Is Off-Limits!: Inverted. He has no problem with his sister dating and has even said he'd be more than willing to find her a suitable boyfriend... so long as it's anyone other than Yukinari. Not that she's gonna let that stop her (see Stuffed in the Fridge).
  • Pet the Dog: He actually gets a couple of moments, such as (reluctantly) helping Yukinari reunite with Miharu after they're separated on their date.
  • Refuge in Audacity: Fukuyama routinely flips up Kirie's skirt so he can see her panties, and repeatedly gropes her right in the middle of class - not caring who sees him do it, or that he gets beaten up for it, since he'll just do it again anyway.
    • Episode 23 is, by far, the most extreme example, when he 'sacrifices' himself to "hold off" the horny women of Seiren. They strip themselves naked, followed by a gratuitous montage sequence of them happily allowing him to grope and fondle them to his (and their) hearts' content.
  • Rich Bastard: Fukuyama is loaded and flaunt its. In episode 11, he was able to buy out a bunch of hotsprings, like he was spending pocket change. While episode 13 revealed he has his very own underground fighting arena.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Enough that he was able to buy every hot spring in the area, where Kirie and Yukinari had planned their trip, simply because they hadn't invited him and his sister to join them.
  • Shipping Torpedo: Noted in the My Sister Is Off-Limits! entry.
  • Stuffed in the Fridge: In episode 4, Yukinari tries to escape Lisa and backs into her freezer, causing the door to open. Fukuyama falls onto the floor, tied in a body knot and frozen solid. Lisa apologizes to her brother, saying it was necessary to keep him from interfering in her love for Yukinari.
  • Thanks for the Mammary: Which is why he gets his ass kicked more than half the time, since he gropes Kirie at every given opportunity. At times, going so far as to lift her shirt and fondle her breasts directly through her bra. Which usually goes on for several seconds, while she seemingly stands there letting him, before she finally flattens him for it.
  • Too Kinky to Torture: Gets beat by Kirie just as, if not more often, than Yukinari. Unlike Yukinari, he walks it all off as though nothing happened.

    Lisa Fukuyama
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Voiced by: Yuki Matsuoka (Japanese), Hunter Mackenzie Austin (English)
Fukuyama's slightly insane younger sister. A master of black magic who tries to compete against Miharu for the love of Yukinari, and often accompanies her brother's schemes.
  • Absolute Cleavage: Her black magic dress.
  • All Women Are Lustful: Lisa wants Yukinari to bone. Her.
    • Near the end of her introductory episode, she stripped down to her underwear and had him fondle her, in an attempt to rid him off his girl phobia, with the hope he'd be able to do the deed afterward. It didn't work.
    • When the ghost appeared during the trip at the hotsprings, she volunteered her body as its host. Then encouraged Yukinari to be as pervy as he wanted with her (from 3:46-4:15).
  • Beware the Silly Ones: She may be a ditz, but she's a force to be reckoned with, when motivated. During their magic duel, she rendered all the attacks from Tomo's summons useless by generating an invisible barrier. Then returned fire, sending Tomo and her summons flying.
  • Birds of a Feather: She's as horny as her brother, though not as perverted.
  • Black Magician Girl: A flashback shows she began studying magic from books, when she was a child, and has learned mostly through trial and error. While she tends to botch her spells now and then, she's still shown to be a reasonably capable mage.
  • Child Mage: See the preceding entry.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Over Yukinari.
  • The Comically Serious: Her reaction to her big brother objecting to her courtship of Yukinari...? A deadpan expression as she taps her staff on the ground, giving Kosame the signal to shoot him! When he revives seconds later and continues to object, she does it again. Near the of the episode, she simply has Kosame taze him instead.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Her introductory episode had her listening to Madam Mabanya, her favorite radio fortune teller, that Yukinari was her soul mate. In the process of pursuing him she was perfectly willing to kidnap him, drug him, strip naked in the middle of school, run after him demanding that he grope her, summon Eldritch Abominations...
  • Cool Big Sis: Lisa became one to Ebi, who had run away from Tomo, because she reminded Lisa of "Elly".
  • Cordon Bleugh Chef: Her cooking looks strange and unappetizing, but as Yukinari can attest, it's really quite good.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Like her brother, Lisa is rare among the cast in averting this trope — she has blonde hair but her eyes are either blue (anime) or purple (manga).
  • Cute and Psycho: A rare comical example, since Lisa's loopy rather than crazy. As such, she'll either cast a spell, or simply have Hayate and Kosame snatch Yukinari for her.
  • Dark Magical Girl: She specializes in the occult and summoning spells.
  • Inept Mage: She's largely self-taught, relying heavily on her spellbooks and trial and error to figure out how to use them properly. Most times, she ends up having to undo whatever mishap she and her magic have caused.
  • Jail Bait: That horny blonde girl who wants Yukinari to bang her...? She's 15 years old.
  • Lady of Black Magic: training. Lisa already dresses the part, with a shoulderless black dress and matching high-heels, along with gold jewelry. And she definitely has the attitude, once she decides to get serious. She just needs learn better control of her spells and dial back the ditziness.
    *unleashes spell that sends Tomo and all three of her summons flying*
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: Noted and seen in the Beware the Silly Ones entry.
  • Lonely Rich Kid: Lisa didn't have any friends during her childhood and spent her time playing alone, until the day she wandered into a hidden laboratory and found a magical tome. After studying it, she used the very first spell she learned to bring her doll, "Elly", to life.
  • Love at First Sight: As ordained by the will of "Labanya". No, really, it's meant to be. It's just that Yukinari and the laws of plot have decided otherwise.
  • Magic Misfire: As noted in the Inept Mage entry, due to a combination of lacking proper tutelage and the fact that she's loopy.
  • Never Got to Say Goodbye: Episode 9 reveals that she used to have a plush doll, named "Elly", during her childhood. Since Lisa didn't have any friends, she brought it to life using the very first spell she learned. They were inseparable, until the day Elly went missing. When Lisa found her, she had returned to being a lifeless doll (from 12:06-14:26), leaving Lisa feeling heartbroken. Near the end, Elly's spirit helps her become friends with Tomo. Then departs, knowing Lisa wouldn't be lonely anymore.
  • Nice Girl: She really isn't that bad, once anyone gets to know her. The ninth episode, in particular, reveals her nurturing side, when she takes up for Ebi since Tomo was bullying her. And she even protects Ebi from her brother's perversion.
  • Pet the Dog: In the manga. She was planning to make a Love Potion to use on Yukinari, which required Ebi to be used an ingredient. By the end she backed out, not willing to sacrifice Ebi and deciding she would rather win Yukinari's feelings for real.
  • Regal Ringlets: Sometimes adopts this hairstyle in the manga.
  • Teen Genius: Lisa is self-taught in how to use magic. A feat most would likely dismiss as a hoax, if they hadn't seen for themselves that she's the real deal.
  • Too Kinky to Torture: At one point, Yukinari shoves her off of him hard enough that she slams into a wall head first. Despite bleeding from the resulting injury, she was aroused by it and asked him to do it again. HARDER.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: At least, not when it comes to Yukinari. Lisa's perfectly willing to let him ogle her butt naked and has given him free license to do whatever he wants with her. Except he usually bolts for the door.

Voiced by: Takanori Hoshino (Japanese), Patrick Seitz (English)
One of Lisa's attendants. While he only makes a handful of appearances in the manga, Hayate in the anime forms a strong rivalry/friendship with Tomoka, and the two occasionally battle one another in friendly duels. Hayate is a very calm, loyal, and serious individual who will go to great lengths for his mistress.
  • Battle Butler: Not to be confused with the other one. This one's older.
  • Covert Pervert: Hayate's face didn't show it, but he was perving along with the rest of the crowd, while watching his partner french Kirie. He also helped Fukuyama and Kosame to cheat at a game of Mahjong, so they could see Kirie and Koyomi naked.
  • Friendly Rivalry: With Tomo.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: He and forms a tight bond with Tomo, despite being around twice her age (see The Rival entry).
  • Manly Tears: Seen at the conclusion of the "Girls Fight!" tournament, where he and the others were allegedly moved to tears by the 'sportsmanship' between Kosame and Kirie. Though it's implied that he was really applauding because he was happy for Kosame.
  • Only Sane Man: Hayate's the most levelheaded and sensible member of the cast. At least, most of the time.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: Kosame gets far more screentime than he does. Likewise, she gets full-on fight scenes with Kirie and Hijiri, while the only fighting we get to see him do, are his play fights with Tomo.
  • The Rival: After befriending Tomo, he can sometimes be seen having play fights with her - with everything from action figures, cosplay costumes, or even real weapons! The audience never gets to see who wins any of their contests, but they're always eager to spar again.
  • Scary Shiny Glasses: At times.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Hayate is never seen without his suit... even while he's wearing a robot costume.
  • Stoic Spectacles: He has a calm demeanor and wears glasses.

Voiced by: Nozomi Masu (Japanese), Zarah Little (English)
One of Lisa's attendants. She is sexually obsessed with Kirie, and often tries to molest her, but is otherwise a stoic figure and frequently uses her gun to either pry information out of others or to force them into doing her bidding.
  • Action Girl: In the anime. To wit: she's a covert ops agent, crashed through the window of Kirie's classroom on a zip line, used a flashbang to daze and disorient everyone while she grabbed Yukinari, fought and pinned Kirie in seconds when she tried to interfere, and left via helicopter after completing her assignment. And all of that was in one scene, during her debut episode.
  • Adaptational Badass: She doesn't have much screen time in the manga; in the anime she is Always Some One Better to Kirie, with their "fight" consisting mostly of Kosame overpowering and groping her. Before that, in the same tournament, she put an opponent in the hospital by accident.
  • Always Someone Better: In the anime she proves this to Kirie when facing her in the "Girls Fight!" Kosame quickly proves to Kirie's superior in every respect and the only reason the fight isn't a a Curb-Stomp Battle is because Kosame is more interested in feeling up Kirie than fighting her.
  • Aloof Darkhaired Girl: She doesn't say much, unless prompted to, and speaks in a calm, rational way.
  • Amazon Chaser: Literally (see the Big Sister Attraction entry). She's both physically attracted to Kirie and turned on by her willingness to fight. To the point of pinning Kirie to the floor and tracing the contours of her breasts with the muzzle of her gun.
  • Ascended Extra: She gets much more screentime and plays a far bigger role in the anime, than she does in the manga.
  • Attempted Rape: To Kirie, more than once.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: She and Hayate wear matching suits, so she's always impeccably dressed. Kosame is also the first character to ever best Kirie in a fight and was able to pin her within seconds during their first encounter.
  • Battle Butler: She and Hayate are both covert ops agents, who work for Lisa.
  • Big Sister Attraction: It seems to be a fantasy of hers, as one of the later episodes of season 2 had her chase Kirie around the house while calling her "big sister". Which Kirie replied was ridiculous, since they weren't related and because Kosame was older than she was. But she finally relented once Kosame tackled her at the top of the stairs.
    Kirie: (mumbling, wry smile) "Fine. You win. I'm your damn "big sister."
  • Boyish Short Hair: She keeps hers neat and trim.
  • Catchphrase: She has one which she reserves strictly for Kirie, regarding how she sees her:
    Kosame: (seductive tone and expression) "Lovely."
  • Cat Smile: Develops one when she's flirting with Kirie.
  • Chekhov's Skill: The 13th episode's opening scene shows Kosame shadowboxing in the shower, without losing balance, despite the floor being wet. Fast forward to the mud-wrestling matching during the semi-finals - the mud in the ring did nothing to hinder her mobility. The same couldn't be said for Kirie.
  • The Comically Serious: The woman shot Fukuyama in the face twice, without even looking - while snapping photos of his sister pledging her eternal love to Yukinari.
  • Crush Blush: In the form of Blush Stickers anytime she comes onto Kirie, or whenever Kirie pays her direct attention.
  • Effortless Amazonian Lift: During the mud-wrestling match, Kirie seemingly had her pinned with an armlock. That is, until Kosame rose to her feet and was able to effortlessly support Kirie's full weight on her arm, before flinging her to the canvas!
  • First Kiss: At the end of the "Girls Fight!" competition, Kirie was relieved Kosame hadn't been seriously injured after saving her and embraces her. Which Kosame took as an open invitation to slip her the tongue.
  • Gainaxing: Only seen while she's shadowboxing in the shower. Each jab caused her breasts to jiggle and her straight, at the end of her warmup, made them sway wildly.
  • The Gunslinger: Skilled enough to offhandedly put two into Fukuyama, while snapping photos.
  • Hidden Buxom: It's hard to tell, because she's always dressed conservatively, but she's got a set as big as Kirie's. First seen in episode 4, when she strips down to her panties and during the opening scene of the 13th episode, while she's shadowboxing in the shower.
  • I Have You Now, My Pretty: Invoked twice, in episodes 4 and 13 respectively.
  • Incompatible Orientation: Except she's not gonna let a little thing like Kirie being straight stop her. She's just as determined by the time of the series' finale.
  • Kick Chick: She has a brief fight with Kirie at the school, during which, it's shown that Kosame practices Muay Thai.
  • Love at First Punch: For Kirie.
  • Not So Stoic: Anytime she's around Kirie, her usual calm reserved manner gives way to her hormones.
  • Perverted Drooling: Prone to this around Kirie.
  • Punch Catch: In her fight with Kirie in episode 13. After throwing her to the mat, Kirie tries punching her, and Kosame easily catches her fist and pushes it aside.
  • Psycho Lesbian: The series plays the trope for laughs and fanservice, by having Kosame persistently lust after Kirie. She even manages to lay one on her at the end of the "Girls Fight!" competition - which happened to be Kirie's First Kiss.
  • Rejection Affection: No matter how many times Kirie tells her she's not interested, Kosame continues to pursue her.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: She's seriously got the hots for Kirie and would gladly give it up to her, if only Kirie would accept what she's offering.
  • Smooch of Victory: Inverted, since Kosame is the one who gives the kiss, rather than receiving it, after taking a punch for Kirie in an attempt to save her from Lilica.
  • Thanks for the Mammary: She has a thing for using her gun to feel up Kirie's boobs. She even mounted her during the semi-finals in episode 13, then slipped her hands under Kirie's bikini top and brazenly fondled her breasts to her heart's content.
    Kosame: (dreamily) "Oh Ms. Kirie, ever since I met you, I've wanted to DO this. As I thought, your skin is sublime."
    Kirie: (trying to get away) "Make it STOOOP! QUIT IT!"
    Kosame: (contentedly) "Uh-uh."

    Lilica Stacy
Voiced By: Natsuko Kuwatani (Japanese), Tricia Dickson (English)
The head maid of the Fukuyamas. She is stoic and polite, even when Kirie destroys some expensive equipment. However, she shows shock when Kirie and Yukinari introduce themselves as Fukuyama's friends. She is highly intelligent and is sometimes seen with a laptop which operates mechanical devices within the Fukuyama mansion.
  • Action Girl: Lilica is possibly the strongest of the female cast, though it's unknown how Kosame stacks up against her, since she was injured from Miharu's sneeze during the only time she and Lilica have faced each other.
  • Always Someone Better: To Kirie. Their fight in the anime is an utter Curb-Stomp Battle. Kirie appears to get a Heroic Second Wind after Kosame intervenes and takes a hit. One Smash Cut later, we see Lilica still won easily.
  • Ascended Extra: Lilica only has a couple of appearances in the first season and doesn't get much character development. In season two she becomes a more significant recurring character, with a more fleshed-out personality.
  • Badass in Distress: Her fight with Koyomi's Hijiri-possessed father is the only time she's ever been hurt and is the only time she's ever lost.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She isn't Ax-Crazy, nor does she have a Berserk Button. It's just that if Fukuyama gives the order, someone is going to get pwn'd. HARD.
  • Bodyguard Crush: Even though she's older than he isnote , it's subtly implied that Lilica is secretly in love with Fukuyama, whom she affectionately refers to as: "Young Master". It isn't known whether he's aware of it and chooses to ignore it, or if he simply fails to notice, due to his infatuation with Kirie and Koyomi.
  • Canon Foreigner: Exclusive to the anime. The episode that introduces her is partly based on a manga story which includes an unnamed maid at Fukuyama Manor who occupies the same role but doesn't resemble Lilica at all. She does feature in at least one piece of manga-style promotional art note , but Kaneda presumably drew it specifically for the anime.
  • Covered with Scars: Her back and upper arms are covered with criss-crossing scars, which she claims to have acquired on various (real-world) battlefields.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Inflicts a fairly brutal one on Kirie.
  • Hidden Buxom: You'd never know it most of the time, but her maid's uniform is hiding some pretty impressive attributes.
  • Hidden Weapons: Seems to carry at least one concealed knife on her at all times, and quite possibly more.
  • Licking the Blade: Does this with her knife after slicing a piece of trash in twonote . Somewhat disturbingly, it appears to draw blood.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: A literal example, being that she's a maid. Lilica will readily perform any task that Fukuyama asks of her, without question, or hesitation. She's also completely unfazed by his perversion, as seen when the floor vents activated. Lilica made no attempt to cover herself and seemed fine with Fukuyama seeing her legs and panties. And she's even gone as far as to help him pursue other girls.
  • Ninja Maid: With an extensive military background, like a certain other maid.
  • The Stoic: Like Kosame, very little, if anything, seems to faze her and she tends to state things plainly in a polite tone of voice.
    • Not So Stoic: Her only outburst in the entire series, was when she found out Fukuyama actually had friends. It was so shocking to her, that she apologized for her sudden loss of composure.
    Lilica: (incredulously) "HE HAS FRIENDS??!?"
  • Sword Cane: In the handle of her broom.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Fukuyama.


Seiren Residents

    Maharu Sena Kanaka
Click here  to see Maharu's manga appearance
Voiced By: Sayaka Ohara (Japanese), Megan Hollingshead (English)
Miharu's older sister. She is very determined and will not hesitate to use violence to get her way. Although initially jealous of Miharu's relationship with Yukinari Sasaki, she eventually gives them her blessing. Much to Yukinari's dismay, that does not stop her from flirting and fondling him whenever she gets a chance.
  • Adaptational Badass: In the anime, she is presented as a powerful fighter who is likely stronger than Kirie, given that she actually managed to knock out Fukuyama.
  • Big Sister Instinct: Once she finds out Miharu disappeared, she orders the Space Management Bureau to bring her back. And she's in tears when Miharu does come home.
  • Boobs of Steel: In the anime. She has the biggest breasts of any female in the series, and she actually managed to knock, something Kirie never managed.
  • Christmas Cake: Desperately attempting to avoid this by finding a husband.
  • Cool Big Sis: Even after her little sister comes home, she gives Miharu permission to go back to Yukinari, knowing full well how much she loves him.
  • Everyone Has Standards: In the manga, when a bunch of men are brought to her, she refuses to make any advancements towards them after learning they are all married. She also has no patience for a pervert like Fukuyama, in the anime throwning a fit over Tomoka brining him and literally throwing him back.
  • Gag Boobs: Biggest in the series.
  • Happily Married: At the end of the series, she marries Kazuha.
  • Lecherous Licking: Licks her lips upon the first sight of Yukinari.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: Maharu always gets flirtatious whenever she's around Yukinari.
  • Marshmallow Hell: She hugs Yukinari and presses his head in her chest in their first meeting.
  • Naked First Impression: In the anime, Fukuyama is mistakenly transported in the bathtub of Miharu's house, when Maharu is taking a bath (of course being a bathroom she is naked), thus making her acquaintance. Maharu clearly amused isn't by this sight, since he's in the middle of trying to grope Koyomi at that moment.
  • Rapunzel Hair: When she doesn't keep her hair braided up, it reaches down to her waist.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: She has no problems walking around in public with nothing but a towel covering her.

    Koyomi Hare Nanaka
Click here  to see Koyomi's manga appearance
Voiced By: Masayo Kurata (Japanese) Carrie Savage (English)
A resident of Seiren with a fear of men, not helped by being a frequent target of the perverted Fukuyama. Originally sent to Earth on a mission from the Space Travel Agency to 'retrieve' Miharu, she later moves into Yukinari's house, along with her companion Tomoka, on a prolonged mission to find a husband for Miharu's sister Maharu.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Purple hair and eyes to match.
  • Disappeared Dad: Her dad vanished years before the story begins.
  • Does Not Like Men: Given how her father disappeared when she was young, she understandably hates men.
  • Fast Tunnelling: In early chapters of the manga, she tends to hide from men by digging a hole in the ground and disappearing into it. She can do this in a matter of seconds. In any kind of terrain — including Yukinari's living room floor. The other characters eventually start describing this as her unique superpower.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Except human men, apparently. She ends up making lasting friends with a snake that she was forced to wear as a costume.
  • Oh, Crap!: Her reaction to seeing Yukinari for the first time is of shock. In the anime, she throws an entire cupboard full of plates at him before shutting herself in the empty cupboard. In the manga, she digs a hole in the floor to hide in.
  • Prone to Tears: Prone to crying in fear or just in general.

    Tomoka Lana Jude
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Voiced By: Ayaka Saitou (Japanese), J-Ray Hochfield (English)
A resident of Seiren who is sent to aid Koyomi in finding Miharu's older sister, Maharu, a groom after her less than productive efforts. Although a child, Tomoka deeply resents being treated as one and insists that she is as mature as anyone else, despite frequent actions by her which prove otherwise. She gets along fairly well with Fukuyama, to the point of harboring a crush on him.
  • Berserk Button: She hates being called a child.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: She starts out as an obnoxious attention whore with a hugely over-inflated ego. Fortunately, she tones this behaviour down eventually.
  • Cry Cute: She may be obnoxious, but she's adorable when she cries. She's not above taking advantage of this fact — although it doesn't necessarily work out the way she wants it to.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: With Hayate of all people.
  • Precocious Crush: She, a nine-year-old, has a thing for the seventeen-year-old Fukuyama.

    Hijiri Kanata
Voiced By: Aya Hisakawa (Japanese)
A strict guidance counselor who joins Yukinari's high school. In the anime, she serves as a subordinate for Yukina, whose mission is to observe and eventually kidnap Miharu. Hijiri had been obsessed with Miharu since they were both children, and Yukina promises to give Miharu to her in exchange for helping her achieve her goals.
  • Amazonian Beauty: She's tall and muscular for a woman, so she isn't someone you want to take lightly.
  • Canon Foreigner: She was created as an anime-only character.
  • Dark Action Girl: Between her immense physical strength and her prowess, Hijiri is enough to match Kosame and even Lilica, on her own.
  • The Dragon: In the anime, she serves as Yukina's second-in-command.
  • Effortless Amazonian Lift: Hijiri was strong enough to punch straight through a table Kirie was using for cover, and place her in choke hold using the same arm. Then hefted her and the table of the ground, by flexing her muscle, before slamming them hard enough to reduce the table to splinters (seen at 0:37-0:43).
  • Hot for Student: For Kirie.
  • Lightning Bruiser: She's deceptively fast for a woman her size and muscularity.
  • Love at First Punch: For Kirie.
    Hijiri: (dreamily) "When you suplexed me to the floor like that, I suddenly realized you were the perfect girl for me."
  • Psycho Lesbian: First for Miharu, and then for Kirie.

Voiced By: Sakura Nogawa (Japanese), Elise Baughman (English)
The anime-exclusive final antagonist. She is the ruthless leader of the Space Management Bureau's Special Forces Division in Seiren, who also has the power of Seikon. Because of her slight build and Seikon markings covering her body, Yukina felt that no man would ever love her and developed a condition that causes her to break out in hives upon contact with men. Her illness and anti-masculine prejudices are what cause Yukina to decide that if she cannot be loved by men then no one in Seiren can.

Eventually, Yukina has her subordinate Hijiri send Miharu back to Seiren to permanently seal the gateway to Earth using her power, making Seiren a "woman-only paradise".

  • Freudian Excuse: In her backstory, she developed an allergic reaction to men, believing that she never could be loved by one. This motivated her to concoct an Evil Plan to commit gendercide on the male citizens of Seiren.
  • Gendercide: Her plan is to rid Seiren of all its male inhabitants.
  • Going Commando: Her only outfit is a loose, all-encompassing robe; it turns out she wears nothing underneath it. It's never explained why, although it's possible that the sacred markings all over her body make clothing uncomfortable or impractical.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She wants to solve the gender inequality problems in Seiren... by resorting to killing all the male inhabitants there.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: After hearing her reasons for why she couldn't even love a man, you can't help but feel for her. And while she does some bad things, her desire to kill all the male citizens of Seiren is implied to have been something Hijiri convinced her to do by taking advantage of her insecurities.

The manga-exclusive final antagonist. He is a man on Seiren who runs the Space-Time Management. He wants to marry many Seiren women, and tries to marry Miharu by kidnapping her, prompting Yukinari to rescue her.
  • And Now You Must Marry Me: Does this to Miharu.
  • Asshole Victim: After his plan was foiled, he suffers from getting married to Maharu by force. Consider this as his punishment for his unpleasantries, including him kidnapping her sister.
  • Big Bad: Of the last few chapters in the manga, as he kidnaps Miharu and tries to force her to marry him.
  • Evil Twin: To Fukuyama.
  • Final Boss: Of the manga.
  • Harem Seeker: Much worse than Fukuyama in this aspect, as he will outright kidnap women (like Miharu) to make them join his harem.
  • Hate Sink: For the little screen-time he has, he establishes himself as much worse than Fukuyama and Yukina, the former being a Harmless Villain with a soft side and the latter being a Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds due to her condition. This guy is just a perverted bastard who wants to force women to marry him.
  • Jerkass: This man happened to be much worse than Kirie and Kazuharu Fukuyama combined.
  • Rich Bastard: An even bigger one than Fukuyama.


    Mamoru Machida
A obsessive student at Yukinari's school who poses as a masked superhero to protect the school and the town from untidiness. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately), he's his own worst enemy.
  • Abhorrent Admirer: To Kirie, at least in the manga. He's even more inept at it than Fukuyama.
  • Freudian Excuse: A brief flashback to his childhood implies that his obsession with cleanliness was literally beaten into him.
  • Lethally Stupid: He is completely lacking in any sense of proportion, restraint, or consequences. Combine this with his manic obsessivity, and he is basically a walking disaster area.
  • Masked Luchador: Wears a wrestling mask as part of his disguise. It fools nobody.
  • Neat Freak: Utterly obsessed with cleanliness. In the anime, this is pretty much to the exclusion of all else. In the manga, it's part of a more general obsession with trying to protect the peace of the town.
  • Never My Fault: Especially in the manga, where he constantly — and shamelessly — tries to blame other people for all the messes he creates.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Any "help" he provides is guaranteed to make things worse. As is frequently pointed out to him, to no avail.
  • Opaque Nerd Glasses: Always wears them, whether in costume or not.
  • Secret Identity: Tries to conceal his true identity as the hero "Mamo-ranger". In the anime, he's unmasked within moments of his first appearance (although he continues with the disguise). In the manga, his true identity is never explicitly brought up by any other character, but it's implied they know perfectly well who he is.
  • Sentai: He thinks he's the protagonist of his own sentai show, even calling himself "Mamo-ranger". He eventually goes so far as to try and recruit the main characters for the other members of his "team".

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