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All the characters in the Bullet Hell game Juuni Jumon.

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Kurumi Nakano

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"Whoo! This is awesome! Everyone, look at me!"
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The protagonist of Juuni Jumon. A lazy and carefree girl who likes teasing her sister Hotaru and mostly gets along with boys. Kurumi is extremely flirty and well aware of her good looks.



Hotaru Nakano

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"It`s Hotaru, not Ho! I hate that nickname!"

Kurumi’s little sister. She’s often annoyed at Kurumi’s flirtatious and carefree personality. A lively tomboy who’s good at sports.



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Masahiro Hamasaki

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"I`m sorry, I don`t seem to understand girls' feelings very well."

A nice guy who’s nice to a fault. He can't say no to a person that needs help and is clueless regarding girls. Despite that, his childhood friend Tomoko is in love with him. Main protagonist of Summer Interlude.



Tomoko Misora

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"Have a bit more faith in me!"

Masahiro’s childhood friend. She has stuck by Masahiro's side for years in the hope of having her feelings returned someday, despite him being clueless around girls. Quite observant and can quickly understand what's going on.



Amaya Yukimura

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"I`m not sure why I'm here, but everyone is happy, so I'm happy too!"

An absent-minded girl who’s Youko’s twin. Her airheadedness keeps her in permanent state of jollyness. She's very slow, but not stupid. Her and Youko have the habit of disguising themselves as witches in order to help people in need.



Youko Yukimura

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"Youko, the star who shines even brighter than our own sun, is going to be your first opponent!"

Amaya’s twin sister. Unlike the Cloud Cuckoolander Amaya, Youko is quiet and soft-spoken and is rather dismissive towards other people. Like her sister, she’s a witch, and her personality becomes more assertive.



Sayuri Tachibana

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"Uh-oh, looks like we`ve been caught!"

An hyperactive tomboyish girl. She's also a trickster and likes causing mischief with Mai.


  • Hair Antennae: Her hair antennae can move depending on her emotion. She often uses her magic to do other things with them as a joke.
  • Dark-Skinned Blond: She spends a great part of her time outside, that's why she's so tanned. But since Sayuri claims to be from another country, people think that's her natural skin-color.
  • It Amused Me: The motivation for every prank she does.
  • The Lad-ette: Because of her way of talking and choice of clothes.
  • Master of Illusion: How her danmaku manifests.
  • One of the Boys: She's often mistaken for a boy and loves it. In fact, she often dresses up in male clothes to confuse people.
  • Personality Powers: Her magic is based on illusions, which is based in her trickster personality.
  • Shipper on Deck: She ships Masahiro/Tomoko and in Summer Interlude, she and Mai steal their bags in order to bring them closer.
  • The Trickster
  • Those Two Guys: With Mai.


Mai Kobayashi

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"That is, if you can find your yukata by that time! Hahaha!"

Sayuri's partner in crime. Both are pretty hyperactive, and they won't miss a chance to butt in on a conversation and change the subject completely. Mai is a bit of a nature girl and she thinks she can talk to trees and plants.



Ayano Himura

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"Mai and Sayuri told me something about hiding bags. I tried to stop them, but..."

She's a is shy new student who's Hotaru best friend and has a crush on Casanova Wannabe Ryo. Both her and Hotaru are miko's at the shrine of the town where they live.



Midori Yamamoto

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"Hey, you left me behind in the forest! I was really afraid you know!"

Like Takeo, Midori is a new student. She is a childish crybaby who loves the color green and easily gets lost. Also lives in the old part of town, and her family owns a traditional Japanese inn.



Takeo Nishimura

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"Please, just go along with the flow."

A new transferred student at the beginning of the Juuni Jumon manga. He's sweet, humble, obedient, and is often bossed around by others.



Tomomi Nishimura

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"Lucky number 7 is next! Be it a gamble or a game, I win by sheer luck."

Takeo’s little sister. A cheerful and lively girl who’s very devoted to Takeo and takes games very seriously.



Setsuko Matsumoto

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"I think they need a lesson to learn to remember what is important and what is not."

A responsible honor-student type who does everything by the rules. Setsuko prefers to keep everything to the rules, and can't stand lazy people. Seeing as Ryo is rather lazy, she often ends up scolding him. Kurumi’s Unknown Rival.



Ryo Matsumoto

Setsuko’s spoiled younger brother. Is often seeing attempting to flirt with older girls and fail. Not the nicest guy you'll come across. Main protagonist of Cultural Festival.


Haruna Inoue

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Masahiro's cousin. She's famous in the school for her gracious appearance, intelligence, kindness and magic skills. If Kurumi is the most popular among the guys, then Haruna is the most popular among the girls. She sets a perfect example of a perfect young lady.


  • Cool Big Sis: To the main cast and her cousin Masahiro.
  • Personality Powers: Her magic is based on psychology.
  • Odd Friendship: With Shinichi, see below.
  • Onee-sama: How she's seen at school. She's neat, mature, and also beautiful. She's is in the highest possible grade, so she often tutors younger students.
  • Secret Keeper: According to Word of God, she and Shinichi know a dangerous secret that could pose a threat if the wrong people knew about it.
  • Shipper on Deck: Also ships Masahiro/Tomoko.
  • Ship Tease: With Shinichi.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Scolds Masahiro for not noticing Tomoko's feelings in 'Summer Interlude''.


Shinichi Kurosawa

A serious and stoic boy who has a reputation of being unsettling and scary. Does not like using magic, but uses it for enhancement purposes. Good friends with Haruna, another responsible student.
  • Blind Without 'Em: He wears glasses at school and contacts in his casual clothes, so it's implied to be the case.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: In Summer Interlude, he picks a fight on Masahiro because he was irresponsible and lost the map. Apparently it was to teach him a lesson.
  • Does Not Like Magic: Shinichi prefers to use brute force than magic and he's a strong and competent fighter. When he shows his powers in Summer Interlude, he's just enhancing Setsuko's powers.
  • Face of a Thug
  • Magic Enhancement: His powers.
  • Nice Guy: To the few people who know him well. According to Word of God, he gives girls a pat on their head when they did something good. Which freaks other people out quite a bit.
  • Odd Friendship: With Haruna, according to everyone. It's not that weird, considering that they have similar parental personalities and their role as Secret Keepers, but since Shinichi has a reputation of having a Face of a Thug....
  • Personality Powers: His magic is based on enhacement. Considering his supportive personality, it fits him.
  • Sailor's Ponytail: Revealed to have one in the Summer Interlude credits.
  • Secret Keeper: According to Word of God, he and Haruna know a dangerous secret that could pose a threat if the wrong people knew about it.
  • Ship Tease: Has some of this with Haruna.
  • The Stoic
  • You Gotta Have Green Hair


Nanami Misora

Tomoko's little sister
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