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     Kei Hazuki 

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Kei Hazuki is an ace at everything he does. His athletic abilities are top-notch and his grades are usually among the highest ranked in the entire school. Not only is he handsome and quite popular in school, he also works part-time as a model.

He comes off as a bit of a snob at first and acts rather aloof, but after passing the initial hurdle with him, Hazuki warms up considerably fast to the heroine. Kei turns out to be the boy from the heroine's past, who read her Die Legende für Mädchen fairytale in the church.


  • The Ace: Good-looking, athletic, and very intelligent, as well as incredibly popular in school.
  • Beautiful Dreamer: His save icon is the heroine watching over a sleeping Kei.
  • Bishie Sparkle: His attack in the Pillow Fight minigame, Model Walk. He pulls the eponymous walk off and temporarily stuns both opponents with it.
  • Broken Ace: Considers himself too introverted and a complete doormat, leaving him with some self-esteem issues that he has difficulty dealing with.
  • But Not Too Foreign: At least one-quarter German because of his grandfather.
  • The Cameo
    • 2nd Season has the shopping mall display banners of Kei at times. During culture festival, one of the masks on the wall resembles his super deformed face. The same mask also appears in another game by Konami, Love Plus.
    • 3rd Story has two T-Shirts with Kei's face printed on them available to purchase. Other guys also mention him from time to time.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: Easily recognized the heroine as the girl from his childhood, but didn't say anything until his confession.
  • Catchphrase: Betsuni. ("It's nothing, really.")
  • Caught in the Rain: His almost-confession scene has him and the heroine be surprised by a sudden rainshower at the end of a date.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: If successfully romanced, he and the heroine begin a relationship.
  • Circling Birdies: Circles orbiting Kei's head if he is stunned in Pillow Fight minigame.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Some of his thoughts are rather odd.
  • Crash-Into Hello: The heroine crashes into him on the first day of school, and Hazuki helps her up.
  • Cuteness Proximity: One CG shows Kei lavishing attention on a bunch of kittens, much to the surprise of the heroine, who always saw him being more level-headed.
  • Eating Pet Food: In one shopping event, the heroine notices Kei is buying cat food. He actually buys it for the cats at the school buy says that it tastes pretty good.
  • Extreme Doormat: Cannot refuse anyone, which is also how he got into modelling. He couldn't say no to his relative requesting him to model something.
  • Face on the Cover: The cover of the 2nd DS remake showing Kei and the game's title on the cover. Notably, other games only feature simple background art and that game's title on them.
  • Family Eye Resemblance: Inherited his green eyecolor from his German grandfather.
  • Fashion Model: Works as a model.
  • Ferris Wheel Date Moment: When the ferris wheel the heroine and Kei are riding breaking down, she becomes frightened. Kei takes her mind off it by telling her about his childhood and a storybook that he read in the past.
  • First Guy Wins: Should the player choose to romance Kei.
  • First-Name Basis: In the PS2 version, he calls the heroine by her first name at high affection. He always calls the heroine by her first name in the DS version.
  • Forgotten Birthday: Forgets about his own birthday, which the heroine only finds out when they walk home together.
  • Friendless Background: Subverted. He has Sakuya as close friends since middle school.
  • Image Song
    • Believe, For You..., For you...~White day style and Ever Green are his own.
    • Hoshi no Furu Yoru wa is a shared one with Madoka Kijyou and Kazuma Suzuka.
  • In the Blood: His love and talent for crafting comes from his grandfather, who was the one to design the stained-glass panels of the church's windows.
  • Informed Ability: Is noted that he is very athletic and plays sports better than any club members. This trait isn't show in the game because Kei doesn't join any club and have CG that involves sports activities.
  • Interrupted Declaration of Love: When taking shelter from the rain with the heroine, Kei almost confesses his feelings to the heroine. Just before he can say the pivotal words, Tsukushi arrives with an umbrella for the heroine and throws Kei's timing off. He claims it was nothing and rushes home through the rain.
  • It's Not You, It's Me: The reason why Kei didn't tell the heroine that he is the boy from her past. He explains that he felt that he had changed too much.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: Adores cats with a passion, and several birthday and Christmas gifts he likes the most are cat-themed.
  • Last-Name Basis: In the PS2 version, when he is at Friendly and below stage, he calls the heroine by her last name.
  • Locked in a Room: One CG involves the ferris wheel the heroine and Kei are riding breaking down. Kei talks about his childhood and a storybook that changed his life, but the ferris wheel starts moving again before he can reminisce further.
  • Love Bubbles: Occurs when he and the heroine dance during the school-play.
  • Model Couple: The DS-exclusive CG has the intended model not arrive, so the heroine gets pulled in as a substitute to model alongside Kei for a shoot. She's made to wear a long, blonde wig for the shoot.
  • Nintendo Hard: One of the toughest characters to win over in the game. His parameter requirements are really high, demanding at least 150 in several parameters and at least 100 in others, and his affection curve is incredibly steep. Even if his affection is at the highest, Kei will not confess unless the parameters have also been achieved.
  • No Social Skills: His introverted nature makes it difficult for him to talk to others, so he comes across as rude to his schoolmates.
  • Not a Morning Person: Tends to be tired from his modelling job, so he has a habit of fallig asleep at odd times. Including during exams, leading to him scoring a 0 in that subject.
  • Not So Stoic: Becomes visibly angered when a model rival makes fun of the heroine and when the blond playboy bothers her.
  • Odd Friendship: The quiet Kei is on friendly terms with Shiki Mihara, the eccentric artist, and Kazuma Suzuka, the loud basketball player.
  • An Odd Place to Sleep: Capable of falling asleep anywhere and everywhere.
  • Parental Abandonment: His parents are working overseas.
  • Picky Eater: Doesn't like raw vegetables. One CG has the heroine gently tease him about this with the nickname of Kaiware-kun.
  • Please Get Off Me: One CG has Kei notice some fans of his while on a date with the heroine, so he quickly hides behind some bushes with her. He's practically lying on top of her, and the heroine tries to tell him to move, but Kei is too focused on not being noticed by the fans to realize what's going on. When he does, quite some blushing occurs.
  • Prince Charming: During the school-play, he plays the prince from Cinderella.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Enjoys creating and selling accessories. Including the clover ring during his confession.
  • Sleepyhead: One of the shopping events has the heroine meet Kei asleep on a park bench.
  • The Stoic: Rather apathetic and rarely gets worked up over something.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Comes across as very aloof and stoic in the beginning, but should the player get past the Neutral stage for him, Kei will become much more sweet in his lines. Though still somewhat stoic.
  • Two First Names: Both "Kei" and "Hazuki" are unisex given names in Japan.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: His modelling outfit consists of an open, white vest.
  • We Named The Cat Heroine: Named one of his cats after the heroine.
  • With This Ring: Gives the heroine a homemade, silver ring as part of his confession.
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     Sakuya Morimura 
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Sakuya Morimura is a meek and timid bookworm, but is one of the top-ranked students in the entire school. He's part of the Gardening Club and enjoys taking care of plants. Contrary to his academical grades, he's not very good when it comes to sports.

Sakuya tends to annoy players for having a tendency to get attached to the heroine very fast, despite being ignored, and being a frequent bomber. Especially when it comes to trying to get a confession out of Kei Hazuki or Reiichi Himuro.


  • Adorkable: Goofy glasses and hairstyle, as well as a timid personality. And he's slightly awkward in dealing with a blossoming romance with the heroine.
  • Blue with Shock: His chibi-form is blue in the face when riding the rollercoaster or attempting the bungee jumping.
  • Bookworm: The heroine first encounters him in the library.
  • Bothering by the Book: Should the heroine be bothered by a pushy salesman while on a date with Sakuya, he'll start asking a lot of questions about the product. Is it as eco-friendly as the bottle claims? How is the manufacturing waste disposed of, and what is the packaging made of? Eventually, the salesman gets flustered and runs off.
  • The Cameo
    • 2nd Season has Sakuya in the background when the hiking trail is available.
    • 3rd Story has a shopping event where Shitara and Konno mention going to Sakuya's house for a tea party.
  • Caring Gardener: Is a member of the gardening club. One CG event has the heroine help him planting cosmos on the school flower bed.
  • Circling Birdies: Circles circling Sakuya's head if he is stunned in Pillow Fight minigame.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Appears this way with some lines. Such as, "I wish I could talk to plants."
  • Covert Pervert: Some of his responses to skinship. Including, "Can I touch you, too?"
  • Fainting: Couples the Girly Man and Exhaustion Faint, when he defends the heroine from some drunkards during the sakura-viewing. Immediately after they leave, Sakuya faints.
  • First-Name Basis: In the PS2 version, he calls the heroine by her first name with '-san' as the honorific at high affection. He always refers to her by her first name and '-san' in the DS version.
  • Flower Motifs: Really loves plants, including planting some anemone flowers during his route.
  • Foil: To Kazuma Suzuka. Sakuya is a calm bookworm, and a model student who is really bad at sports. On the other hand, Kazuma is a hot-blooded sportsman and not good when it comes to his studies. They have similar CGs in terms of what they involve — meeting them, visiting their house, revealing their fears, and dates during the spring having them protect the heroine from someone else — and their confessions contain something special. And the PS2 version had them have the same number of CGs, which was altered due to image-merging in the DS version.
  • The Glasses Gotta Go: Doesn't wear his glasses during the school-play.
  • Grand Romantic Gesture: Plants a whole field of anemone flowers to present to the heroine during his confession, which he says represent his love for her.
  • In Touch with His Feminine Side: Very kind and soft-spoken, looks rather feminine, and is among the shortest of the potential boyfriends. He also enjoys gardening and plants, while appearing to have no interest in physical activities.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: He's on friendly terms with Reiichi Himuro and frequently plays video games with Ikkaku Amanohashi.
  • Last-Name Basis: In the PS2 version, when he is at Friendly and below stage, he calls the heroine by her last name, using '-san' as the honorific.
  • Meaningful Name: Saku from Sakuya means 'to bloom', and his last name contains the kanji for 'Forest', keeping the plant theme.
  • Meddling Parents: His father is against his wish of wanting to become a botanist after graduating.
  • Megane: Wears large, square glasses. One of his optional nicknames is Megane-kun (Glasses), but the player should never choose to call him that unless his affection for the heroine is pretty much at maximum.
  • Missing Mom: His mother doesn't live with him and his father.
  • Nice Guy: Absolutely sweet and polite. He doesn't like violence or raising his voice, but is willing to get out of his comfort zone to protect the heroine. Even if he can't handle it very well.
  • No-Sell: His attack in the Pillow Fight minigame, Nature Guard. It causes a little sprout to pop out of his head, leaving him temporarily immune to getting hit by pillows.
  • Odd Friendship: Has been friends with Kei since middle school, is on very good terms with Reiichi Himuro, and even gets along well with Kazuma, who is the complete opposite of him.
  • Picky Eater: He doesn't like fish, and food that is too hot or too cold.
  • Post-Kiss Catatonia: Should the player choose to kiss Sakuya during his confession in the DS version, it results in several panels of "..." and Sakuya stuttering "Ah...!? Wha...?!"
  • Rummage Sale Reject: His casual clothing can look odd and quickly thrown together.
  • Shrinking Violet: Timid around strangers. Additionally a fitting aspect, given his love for plants.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: The intellectual student out of the potential boyfriends, next to Reiichi Himuro.
  • Tongue Trauma: One CG has him burn his tongue on hot tea. The heroine compares Sakuya to having a 'cat-tongue' because of his difficulty handling stuff that's too hot or cold.
  • Waistcoat of Style: Wears one in one of his spring date clothes.
  • Why Did It Have To Be Water?: One CG involves Sakuya clinging for dear life to an inflatable ball in the pool. When the heroine asks, Sakuya admits it's because he can't swim.
  • Wingding Eyes: His chibi-form has swirls for eyes when he is stunned in Pillow Fight minigame.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: Is one of the more mature guys in the game. At the amusement park, unlike Shiki's fondness of the merry-go-round, Sakuya remains pretty neutral about it, while most guys are bored or embarrassed when riding it.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: A turquoise-like shade.

     Shiki Mihara 
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Shiki Mihara is an artistic guy who sports feminine traits with a big ego, which makes him pretty narcissistic. He can be very flamboyant when it comes to his actions and fashion statement.

Shiki tends to take quite some time to warm up to the heroine, and tends to be late for dates by at least an hour. However, should the player stick with him and prove to Shiki that the heroine appreciates his flamboyance and his love for art, he'll let her in on his vulnerable side.


  • Anguished Declaration of Love: His confession at the church feels like one because he admits to having difficulty painting without the heroine around anymore. And should the heroine reject him because she doesn't think she's good enough, it only gets more anguished.
  • Attractive Bent-Gender: When fully dressed up, he's said to be even prettier than most girls. And they love him for it.
  • Berserk Button: Do not give him obligation chocolate.
  • Big Fancy House: Lives in what looks like a palace.
  • Bishōnen: Stands out amongst the good-looking cast.
  • The Cameo: 2nd Season has the museum have an exhibition of his work at times, and Shiki is visible in the background when she goes there for a date.
  • Camp Straight: His flamboyant fashion sense and comfort with dressing in women's clothes, and his love for feminine or childish things like riding the Merry-Go-Round, can raise some eyebrows. But Shiki gives no indication of actually being interested in men.
  • Chick Magnet: Is pretty popular with the girls, which is why he doesn't take it well when the heroine gives him obligation chocolate.
  • Circling Birdies: Stars circling Shiki's head if he is stunned in Pillow Fight minigame.
  • Classy Cravat: Wears one alongside his red velvet suit during the Christmas party.
  • Cleavage Window: Averted. One of his spring date clothes has a slit in the middle, but there is nothing to show.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Cannot understand that it's not alright for him to 'fix' his own painting when they are hanging in the museum. Since he's the creator, he should be allowed to do so, shouldn't he?
  • Comically Missing the Point: When dressed in a red gown for the school festival, Shiki is more concerned about the color of the gown than the fact that he's wearing one to begin with.
  • The Dandy: Has a thing for fancy clothing, art, and beauty, in general.
  • Doppelgänger Attack: His attack in the Pillow Fight minigame, RGB Beam. Shiki uses an optical illusion to add a blue and a red image of himself, making it more difficult for the real him to get attacked.
  • Eccentric Artist: Extravagant when dealing with or talking about his art.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: Shiki doesn't appreciate that the heroine gives him obligation chocolate, but he still gets affection points.
  • Hair Decorations: Ties his hair with a red ribbon when wearing a gown for the school festival.
  • Hypocrite: Berates the heroine when she's late for their date, but he's the worst offender, usually late for an hour for their date.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Tells Hibiya that his clothes look like a party costume and he doesn't understand fashion, despite the fact that Shiki is wearing the same clothes himself.
  • Image Song
    • Deep Forest and GYPSY as a solo.
    • Daitan Karen, which he shares with Wataru Hibiya and Chiharu Aoki.
  • In-Series Nickname: Called 'The Angel of Beauty' by some.
  • Insufferable Genius: Downplayed, as he's incredibly vain, although generally pleasant enough and rarely comes off as condescending by intention. Considering that most of his middle school artwork was sent to museums and art galleries to be displayed, his ego does have some justification behind it.
  • Intimate Artistry: Has trouble trying to paint his "Muse" in the perfect light.
  • Large Ham: Very flamboyant in his mannerism and speech.
  • Last-Name Basis: In the DS version, he always calls the heroine by her last name with '-kun' as the honorific. He only calls the heroine by her last name and '-kun' when he is at Friendly and below stage in the PS2 version.
  • Long-Distance Relationship: Shiki chooses to travel around the world, sending love letters to the heroine after graduation.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: Has the longest hair out of the potential boyfriends.
  • Momma's Boy: Loves his mother to death, saying she's the perfect woman and his favorite food is her cooking. It's mostly played as an indicator for his quirkiness.
  • The Muse: Should the player choose to romance Shiki, the heroine is this to him.
  • Odd Friendship: Sometimes gets Kei Hazuki models for his painting and chats with Madoka Kijyou.
  • Old Shame: In-Universe. Shiki doesn't like one of his works from middle school and successfully 'fix' it in one of his events.
  • Pimped-Out Dress: Wears a red ballgown for the school festival.
  • Proud Beauty: Considers himself to be very beautiful and makes the heroine known about it several times.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Difficult to tell due to most of his poses, but his hair reaches down to his hip.
  • Spoiled Sweet: His ego notwithstanding, Shiki is a very nice guy and probably the most affectionate of the boyfriends in the game.
  • Talking to Plants: One CG has him talking to a rose.
  • Thanks for the Mammary: Oddly enough, one CG has him groping a bust that he made.
  • Waistcoat of Style: One of his autumn date clothes has a waistcoat.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: Wears a red gown and makeup for the school festival.
  • Wingding Eyes: His chibi-form has X for eyes when he is stunned in Pillow Fight minigame.

     Madoka Kijyou 
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Madoka Kijyou is a pretty big guy and quite a flirt. He can be mistaken for a delinquent at first, but he proves himself to be a nice guy very fast. He works part-time at the gas station and is a great cook. He actually hides a bad past with his family, and has a particularly strained relationship with his father.

Madoka's fun-loving nature means he'll quickly gain affection for the heroine and become a friend. Getting him to actually see things in a romantic way will require some extra time, though.


  • All Guys Want Cheerleaders: Has a thing for cheerleaders, and the heroine's rival for Madoka is Natsumi, who is one.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Has darker skin than the other potential boyfriends.
  • "Arabian Nights" Days: His school-play outfit.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: Has this dynamic when interacting with Natsumi.
  • Big, Screwed-Up Family: His relationship with his family is strained, though the biggest problem seems to be from his father.
  • Blow You Away: His attack in the Pillow Fight minigame, Crash Bike. He spins around and hurls his motorcycle across the screen in a tornado, leaving any opponent caught in it to be temporarily stunned.
  • Book Dumb: Fails exams without remorse, often getting low points in at least two subjects.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: What the heroine thinks Madoka is, since Madoka can achieve passing grades in all subjects, if he manages to apply himself a little bit.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: When his father's calling him on the phone, Madoka calls out his father on his workaholic lifestyle and only acts like a father when it's beneficial to him.
  • The Cameo: 2nd Season has Madoka in the audience cheering at the go-karts grand prix. Tatsuko also mentions him indirectly in one of her messages.
  • Can't Get Away with Nuthin': Madoka sometimes cheats during exam and scores a high score. When the heroine questions him about his scores, Madoka struggles to answer her question before running away after he sees a teacher is looking for him.
  • Chick Magnet: Gets a lot of chocolate on Valentine's Day, even mumbling to himself which present came from which girl from what class. Even the heroine has to sign her name on her Valentine chocolate.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: Makes some comments at the heroine, but nothing will happen until the confession.
  • Circling Birdies: Takoyaki orbiting Madoka's head if he is stunned in Pillow Fight minigame.
  • Cool Bike: Owns a neat motorcycle that he got from a sempai. He doesn't ride it, though, because he doesn't have a license yet.
  • Embarrassing First Name: Doesn't like his given name very much because it sounds like a girl's name, and will make a joke about it when met through using the Magazine command. He won't allow the heroine to call him by his first name, with or without honorifics, until his affection is very high.
  • First-Name Basis: Calls the heroine by her first name, using '-chan' as the honorific. In the PS2 version, he drops the honorific at high affection.
  • Foil: To Kazuma Suzuka. They both poor at academic studies and require similar parameter requirements. However, Madoka is friendly to the heroine right from the start but takes quite a while to see her as a romantic partner and is experts at romance, while Kazuma is taking a bit to warm up to the heroine but quick to fall in love with her and is bad at romantic stuffs. When it comes to the heroine's academic studies, Madoka is not too pleased if the heroine ranked high in exams, while Kazuma is impressed by her grades.
  • Follow in My Footsteps: His father wants him to take over his company, which Madoka is against. He wants to start his own company.
  • Friend to All Children: One CG has him get surrounded by children at the park. They call him Kansai-onii-chan, and they tell the heroine that he buys them candy, plays games with them, and scares off older bullies.
  • Fun T-Shirt: His SEA T-shirt.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation:
    • Madoka takes remedial lessons with Kazuma a lot. In the DS version, the heroine must fail at least three subjects to end up taking remedial lessons, while Madoka only fails two subjects, at most.
    • Madoka doesn't like the heroine being smart, but he still gains affection points.
  • Gender-Blender Name: Madoka is usually a girl's name.
  • Hand Behind Head: Madoka does this pose should the heroine accept his confession.
  • Handsome Lech: Really popular with the girls.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Kazuma Suzuka. They take remedial lessons together, and often appear in supplementary art next to each other.
  • The Idiot from Osaka: Not exactly bright when it comes to his studies, but he's silly and cheerful, if a bit stubborn. And has a Kansai accent, which he only rarely drops.
  • Ill Girl: Not him, but his deceased mother.
  • Image Song
    • Mirai Hikou and Tsuki wa Shizuka ni on his own.
    • Hoshi no Furu Yoru wa with Kei Hazuki and Kazuma Suzuka.
  • Kansai Regional Accent: His Kansai accent is remarked upon a few times.
  • Ladykiller in Love: Should the player romance Madoka, he'll properly fall in love for the first time.
  • Men Can't Keep House: Subverted, as Madoka is quite good at household chores like cooking and cleaning. Justified, too, since he's living on his own.
  • Minor Living Alone: Lives on his own because of a falling out with his father.
  • Missing Mom: His mother has been dead for a long time.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: Madoka is willing to cheat on exams and in one shopping events, he successfully got Kazuma to help him make a cheat sheet.
  • Nice Hat: A large turban complete with a red gem to go with his outfit during the school-play.
  • Odd Friendship: Sometimes has a discussion with Shiki Mihara about girls or beauty.
  • Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: During the school play, Madoka starts ad-libbing his lines. The heroine notes to herself that his Kansai accent is completely gone.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: The heroine is surprised to see the normally friendly Madoka's angry when his father's calling him on the phone.
  • Picky Eater: According to Natsumi's messages, Madoka dislikes green peas.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Good at cooking, cleaning, and sewing.
  • Riches to Rags: Left his wealthy family and now lives in a small apartment while working at the stallion.
  • Romantic Spoonfeeding: When Madoka asks the heroine to try his fried-rice, one skinship comment has him feeding her.
  • Self-Made Man: He left his family with the intent of becoming this, wants to start a company on his own.
  • She Is Not My Girlfriend: Downplayed. When a kid asks him if the heroine is his girlfriend, he is not outright admit or deny it.
  • Ship Tease: While all the other guys have some moments with their respective rival girls during shopping events, Madoka is the most notable. He demands Natsumi to treat him a meal after she accidentally kicked his butt while in another event, he is on a date with her at the movie theater. Even the heroine thinks that they make a cute couple.
  • Sick Episode: His Christmas CG has the heroine visit him at home because he broke his ankle.
  • Sitting on the Roof: The school roof is Madoka's favorite place on the academy's campus.
  • Stepford Smiler: Generally has a smile on his face, trying to hide his past. The one time Madoka interacts with his father, his smile instantly disappears and gets replaced with a frown.
  • Supreme Chef: Best cook out of the potential boyfriends.
  • Tall, Dark, and Handsome: One of the tallest guys in the game at 185cms, and popular with girls.
  • The Tease: Some of his responses to skinship. For example, "If ya wanna touch me, touch with your lips."
  • Video Arcade: One CG shows him getting excited over a new song at the arcade's DDR machine and he rushes off, showing off his dance skills.
  • V-Sign: His family photo has him doing this gesture.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: He is donning an open, brown vest with gold lining during the school-play.
  • Wingding Eyes: His chibi-form has swirls for eyes when he is stunned in Pillow Fight minigame.
  • Workaholic: Not Madoka himself, but his father. This is one of many reasons he doesn't like about his father.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His hair is purple.

     Kazuma Suzuka 
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Kazuma Suzuka is a hothead and passionate basketball player. He always sports a band-aid under his left eye. He's very talented when it comes to playing basketball, which allowed him to get a place among the regulars early on, but he has problems playing as part of a team.

Kazuma comes off as quite rude to the heroine at first, taking a bit to get closer to a romantic relationship. He'll see his flaws and even become attached to and very protective of the heroine.


  • The Ace: At least when it comes to basketball. According to RADIO DRAMA Vol.02, he is good enough to catch the attention from Japanese basketball league.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: The Girl's Side Days 2013 event changed him into being more readily attractive when compared to the original game.
  • Adorkable: Rather dumb when it comes to his studies, but very passionate about things he likes, like basketball and Super Sentai heroes. He also tends to blush easily when his affection is high, and can be rather childish at times.
    • This is reflected in his full body art. Dynamic pose, intense glare, head tilt, it's like he's trying to make himself look cool but compared to other guys, make him look out of place and awkward instead.
  • Alternative Character Interpretation: An In-Universe example if the heroine first meets him at the basketball club's summer camp. Kazuma scolds the heroine because she is being spaced-out distracting the others then tells her to sit under a tree because he knows beforehand that she's feeling sick. After they introduce themselves and he blushes then run off after she thanks him, the heroine wondered whether he's kind or mean.
  • Amazon Chaser: Has the highest Fitness requirement of any of the guys and one skinship comment has him compliment on the heroine's grip strength.
  • Ambidextrous Sprite: The Pillow Fight minigame has his band-aid switch swides on his sprite.
  • Armor-Piercing Question: Receives one from the heroine, when she asks him by playing basketball by himself, that's how he defines the sport that he likes.
  • Badass Cape: He plays Kanichi from Konjiki Yasha, so he wears a brown cape during the school-play.
  • Beneath the Mask: According to Tsukushi, Kazuma is actually quite shy, and that his bluntness is a way to cover up his shyness. At higher affection, his shy side is more noticable.
  • Berserk Button: Don't ever call him Mr. Hot-Blooded.
  • Big "YES!": Shouts a big "YATTAAAA!" in his normal and best friend ending, should the heroine accept his confession.
  • Blue with Shock: His chibi-form is blue with fear in the face in the haunted house or when Tamami is using her attack in the Pillow Fight minigame.
  • Book Dumb:
    • Really not good at academic studies, often having to take remedial lessons. Unlike Madoka, though, Kazuma is impressed by the heroine's high grades.
    • He tends to acknowledge it from time to time and if the heroine ranked first in exams when he is at Friendly stage, he tells the heroine his mom would have a heart attack if he got to the top rank.
  • Boyfriend Bluff: If the blond playboy chats up the heroine before a date, Kazuma appears and tells him to back off because he's her boyfriend.
  • The Cameo: 2nd Season has Kazuma appear, looking terrified, at the zoo's white tiger exhibit.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: Mumbles throughout his almost confession.
  • Catchphrase: ''Idiot". He uses it as an endearment or when he is flustered, though.
  • Character Development: At higher affection, Kazuma shows quite some development. He's a talented basketball player who has difficulty playing as a team and not a solo act, but realizes that's not how to play well and becomes a team-player. And even his attitude towards the heroine changes, starting off as blunt and almost rude, before becoming more friendly. And eventually treats her as a 'woman' he is in love with, instead of just another girl he knows from school.
  • Chick Magnet: To a lesser extent than the other guys. He has the heroine, should the player choose to romantically pursue him; Tamami; and an unknown junior in Tamami's ending.
  • Competition Freak: For any sporting activity date, Kazuma is most impressed when the heroine suggests a match.
  • Continuity Nod: His cameo appearance in 2nd Season refers to Kazuma's fear of big cats, and the CG the player unlocks from finding this out on a date.
  • Crash-Into Hello: The heroine gets hit by Kazuma's stray basketball when meeting him through the Exercise command.
  • Defrosting Ice King: If the player romance Kazuma. The heroine is the first girl in which he shows interest and gets along with.
  • Determinator:
    • One of his notable, but less mentioned, traits and usually brought up by the heroine during a date's special response.
    • His Christmas event has Kazuma talk about his childhood and think he's a fool for not knowing when to give up, but the heroine says this is a rather admirable trait of his. Should the heroine reject his confession, Kazuma says he'll become a better man and come back for her.
  • Dragged into Drag: When the heroine is walking home with Kazuma near culture festival, she suggests that he dresses as a girl to help attract customers. Kazuma objects to her idea loudly and suggests that the heroine wears kigurumi costume instead.
  • Eagle Land: Plans on going to America to pursue a professional basketball career. His confession involves asking her to accompany him.
  • Everything's Better with Plushies: One birthday present Kazuma gives the heroine is a Skully Bear plush toy that helps raise the Fitness and Social parameter.
  • Fan Boy: The typing game reveals that he is a huge fan of Michael Jordan. He even has his signed uniform.
  • First-Name Basis: In the PS2 version, he calls the heroine by her first name at high affection.
  • Foil
    • To Sakuya Morimura. Kazuma is a hot-blooded sportsman and bad at his studies, while Sakuya is not very good at sports, but great at academics. The two share similar CGs — meeting them, visiting their house, revealing their fear, and a spring date involves protecting the heroine — and have something special occur in their confessions. They also had the same number of CGs, but this was altered for the DS version because of image-merging.
    • To Madoka Kijyou. Both are poor at academic studies and have similar parameter requirements. On the other hand, Kazuma takes quite a while to be friends with the heroine but quick to fall in love with her and is pretty clumsy about romantic matters, while Madoka is quick to become the heroine's friend but slow to see her as a potential girlfriend and is good at romantic stuffs. They also reacted in different ways to the heroine's grades, with Kazuma is impressed if the heroine ranked high in exams, while Madoka is unimpressed by her efforts.
    • To Wataru Hibiya. Both are poor students in their academics and passionate about their respective sports club. They also each have a CG that involves their fears. The difference comes in Kazuma coming off as rude to the heroine before warming up to her, while Hibiya is a cheerful guy that is friendly to his sempai.
  • Food Slap: Throws his can of juice at the date disturber at the beach.
  • Friend to All Children: Plays basketball with kids at the park. In one of the typing game's stages, Kazuma admits that they call him Yasashii-onii-san (Gentle Big Bro) in return.
  • Funny Background Event: His cameo appearance in 2nd Season has him freaking out at the white tiger in the background.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: Terrified of big cats, so the zoo is a date spot Kazuma is more likely to refuse, should the heroine invite him on a date there. However, Kazuma will be the one to invite the heroine on a date to the zoo after the lion cubs are born.
  • Hand Behind Head: Some of his date portraits use this pose.
  • Hates Being Touched: Because of his shyness, compared to all the other guys, it's very easy to screw up on skinship with Kazuma when his affection is low.
  • He Is All Grown Up: Sports a much more mature look in the Girl's Side Days 2013 event.
  • Height Angst: His third year information by Tsukushi claims Kazuma seems worried about his height being considered too short for basketball. He's the tallest of the shortest potential boyfriends in his third year, with Sakuya Morimura and Wataru Hibiya being shorter than him.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Madoka Kijyou. They take remedial lessons together, and tend to appear together in supplementary art.
  • Hidden Depths
    • Can be quite poetic. Dating him at the aquarium can lead to Kazuma comparing himself to the fish and wanting to break out of his 'tank' to play basketball in America. He's also rather fond of retro cars and want to have his own car collection.
    • Walking home with him near graduation can lead to Kazuma revealing that he likes school and feels sad because he won't be able to see his friends as much as before.
    • Most of the White Day and birthday gifts from the guys have to do with their hobbies, but Kazuma's gifts seem very feminine and don't match his hobbies at all. They seem more matching to the heroine, implying that Kazuma was taking her hobbies into consideration.
    • During summer, should the player date Kazuma at the forest park a third time, there's a special response that has Kazuma reveal he values strong family relationship. And he can be quite romantic at times, when looking at his responses at the night parade or planetarium.
    • Has a fondness for stars, and even tried to catch one when he was a child. While he doesn't like the planetarium, it's because he likes to look at the stars in the sky, instead of artificial ones at the planetarium.
  • Hopeless with Tech: Implied. His messages seem normal at first, but they're lack of any punctuation and lowercase characters. At higher affection, in addition to the aforementioned problems, his messages are lacking of kanji characters and written mostly in Hiragana.
  • Hot-Blooded: Passionate and vocally loud about things he loves.
  • The Illegible: His handwriting is atrocious, as the heroine comments on his New Year's cards.
  • Image Song
    • Hateshinai Michi and Always, Alright! on his own.
    • Hoshi no Furu Yoru wa, which he shares with Kei Hazuki and Madoka Kijyou.
  • In-Series Nickname: One of his nicknames is 'The Rumble Fish of Habataki Academy'.
  • Innocently Insensitive: Tends to say 'You are a woman' or similar to the heroine, which comes across as rude. But he actually means it as an endearing compliment.
  • It's All About Me: His playing style for basketball is criticized as a one-man show. He can learn from this and improve, should the player choose to romantically pursue him.
  • It's All My Fault: Blames himself for the heroine's knee injury on their ski date, even though it was caused by a skiing accident.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Seems blunt and rude to the heroine, but he's a very dependable guy.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: At high affection, he's the most protective of the potential boyfriends. Should the heroine call Kazuma on his club practice day, he tells her to be careful when she goes to their meeting location.
  • Last-Name Basis: When he is at Friendly and below stage, he calls the heroine by her last name. He always calls the heroine by her last name in the DS version.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others
    • In the DS version, most of the guys have a generic "[Guy's Nickname] walked/drove me home" after a date, but Kazuma gets a "Teehee... [Kazuma's Nickname] walked me home".
    • Also in the DS version, in the original Japanese text, most characters have a generic "It was fun going home with [Character's Nickname]." Note  after school, but Kazuma get a "I went home with [Kazuma's Nickname]. It was fun." Note . Fan translators decided to stick with the generic version.
    • In the DS version, should the player date Kazuma at the indoor pool, he is the only guy to have an extra skinship opportunity.
    • The heroine rejecting the confession has the guys calmly accept her decision. Kazuma chooses to improve himself as a man, and will then come back for her and ask her again.
  • Longing Look: Gives them to the heroine during his sick event. When she catches him at it, he'll call her an idiot and that he wasn't staring at her.
  • Lovable Jock: Can be quite rude, but is a sweet guy at heart.
  • Luminescent Blush
    • Blushes the most around the heroine at high affection, which gets remarked upon.
    • His confession in the DS version has a special, very deep red blush, should the player choose to have the heroine kiss Kazuma as part of accepting his confession.
  • Making a Splash: His attack for the Pillow Fight minigame, Niagara Dunk. Kazuma jumps up and smash-dunks a basketball onto the opponent's field, leading to a Niagara Falls-like waterfall splashing at that spot. Any opponent struck will be temporarily stunned.
  • Manly Tears: Splashes water into his face under the pretense of cooling his head, but hiding some tears, when the coach kicks him out of a practice match. Kazuma also sheds some tears during the school-play.
  • Meaningful Name: His name contains the kanji for Horse (馬) and Deer (鹿), which mean Idiot (馬鹿). Befitting his book dumb and tsundere nature.
  • Messy Hair: His hair is really unkempt and stands off at odd angles.
  • Nice Hat: A Japanese school cap to go with his outfit during the school-play.
  • No Punctuation Period: The Japanese text has all of his messages lacking punctuation.
  • Not Distracted by the Sexy: Doesn't compliment the heroine on her swimsuit, but wonders how it will cause her to swim faster.
  • Odd Friendship: With the quiet Kei Hazuki and the shy Sakuya Morimura.
  • Off-Model: He is usually seen wearing his yellow wristband with his orange tank top, but it doesn't appear on his summer date CG. His basketball club related CG has him wearing a red wristband, but he doesn't wear it on his sprite.
  • Offscreen Crash: At high affection, there's a crashing sound heard when the heroine calls Kazuma for a date. The DS versions removed this sound effect, though.
  • Oh, Crap!: Looks this way when Himuro catches him doodling in class, especially since Himuro was the subject of those doodles.
  • Performance Anxiety: Before the school-play, the heroine asks if Kazuma is nervous, because she notices that his legs are trembling, but he denies it. Should the heroine attend the cheerleading club, before the basketball tournament, he's shaking, scared and thinks that he can't win his match until the heroine snaps him out of it.
  • Perpetual Frowner: His default expression.
  • Personality Blood Types: Type B. He is selfish but passionate, active and optimistic guy.
  • Piggyback Cute: One CG has him carry the heroine on his back when she twists her knee while skiing.
  • Pointless Band-Aid: Constantly sports a band-aid under his left eye. Supplementary art shows Kazuma used to wear one over his nose as a child. According to a skinship comment upon pressing the band-aid is that there is a wound underneath.
    Kazuma: This wound? It's not a big deal.
  • Positive Friend Influence: Should the player choose to romance Kazuma, the heroine is this to him. It's thanks to her that he starts to become a team player and keeps his reckless behavior in check.
  • Prank Date: Thinks the heroine is doing this to him, if she ditched him by not showing up on a date.
  • Returning the Handkerchief: One CG event has the heroine meet Kazuma when he uses her towel that she forgot during club practice. He offers to wash the towel before returning it to her and later apologized for using it without her permission.
  • Secret Keeper: Not himself, but the heroine keeps it a secret that she saw him play on the swing-set.
  • Shout-Out
    • When talking about the church's legends, Kazuma may tell the heroine about the silent bell from Tokimeki Memorial 2, albeit with a twist to it.
    • Has a Michael Jordan poster in his room.
  • Shrinking Violet: At higher affection, Kazuma tends to get nervous, blush, and stutter around the heroine.
  • Sick Episode: One CG involves the heroine going to his house when he takes a day off from school because he twisted his leg when he tried to help a kid who got caught in a fence.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: Does it a lot at high affection. Like dropping by the café she's working at and claiming, "I just got thirsty while I was training. T-This coffee shop is on my jogging route. T-That's why!".
  • Tall, Dark, and Handsome: Ends up being 175cms tall, still tall among the others, and has tanned skin.
  • Terrible Artist: Art is his lowest score in exams and his doodles are closer to what an elementary student would come up with.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Fish and milk. Both have calcium for strong bones!
  • Tsundere: Officially classified as one on the DS version's website. He's a downplayed example, though, as he doesn't get too angry at the heroine over things. And given his behavior at high affection, including giving feminine gifts, he ultimately is a Type B.
  • Two First Names: Both "Kazuma" and "Suzuka" are given names in Japan, with "Kazuma" is a masculine given name and "Suzuka" is a feminine given name.
  • Unusual Eyebrows: His eyebrows are thicker than others and spiked. One skinship comment has Kazuma mention he inherited them from his grandfather's side.
  • Video Arcade: One CG event takes place at the game center, where Kazuma is ready to get into a fight with a guy who snapped at the heroine for accidentally bumping into him. The heroine stops Kazuma by being worried that getting into a fight might mean he'll get thrown out of the basketball club. Kazuma refuses to fight, and gets beaten up.
  • Vocal Evolution: His confession in the PS2 version sounded serious and deep, while it sounded a lot more gentle and soft in the DS version.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?
    • Terrified of big cats, and especially lions, as the heroine finds out when Kazuma points in fear at the lion at the zoo.
    • Also has a crippling fear of ghosts, hating the haunted house attraction and THE CUTTER movies.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has blue hair with a tint of gray.

     Wataru Hibiya 
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Wataru Hibiya is a year younger than the heroine and enters Habataki High in her second year. He's on fire for anything having to do with his club, is a huge fan of Kei Hazuki, and is doing his best to be a man.

Hibiya admires the heroine as his sempai from the get-go, so he's very enthusiastic about her and quickly gains affection. At higher affection, Hibiya can be seen becoming more mature around her, without trying to pull off the 'cool' vibe.


  • '80s Hair: A gravity-defying buzz cut. One CG has his classmates changing his hairstyle, implying that his usual hairdo is maintained with a lot of gel.
  • Abhorrent Admirer: Comes across as one to the other guys, except for Kazuma Suzuka. He seems to get along with Madoka Kijyou and Sakuya Morimura in supplementary art.
  • Ambiguously Bi: While he is one of the heroine's potential boyfriends, he is looking for cool guys on the street in one shopping events and his fanboying about Kei can be a little disturbing.
  • Awkward Kiss: The kiss during his confession in the DS version is very awkward due to inexperience.
  • Berserk Button: Treating him like a child, which is why the player can never have the heroine call him Kouzu or Bouzu, terms that basically amount to 'Kid'.
  • Blue with Shock: His chibi-form is blue in the face when riding the roller coaster, the ferris wheel, and refuses to do the bungee-jumping.
  • Book Dumb: His grades are really not good.
  • The Cameo: 2nd Season has Hibiya appear to be waiting at the bus station when heading for a date to the ski location. And one of Masaru Masaki's CGs has what appears to be an older Hibiya in a suit walking by.
  • Chick Magnet: Turns out he's rather popular with his own kohais.
  • Clark Kent Outfit: His clothes hide the fact that he's the most muscular of the potential boyfriends.
  • Determinator
    • One CG has Hibiya pulling a huge roller across the field as self-imposed training for the baseball club. He's really serious about becoming a professional baseball player.
    • Hibiya's grades aren't good, but should the heroine's grades be good enough to have tried and entered a 1st-rate University, Hibiya will do his best to improve and follow her to university.
  • Epic Fail: His attempts at imitating Kei Hazuki or Shiki Mihara's looks do not work out. At all.
  • Fan Boy: Huge fan of Kei Hazuki, who is his idol in manliness.
  • Ferris Wheel Date Moment: Hibiya panicked when the ferris wheel he and the heroine are riding jolting, so the heroine tries to calm him down.
  • Foil: To Kazuma Suzuka. Both are bad students and incredibly passionate about their respective sports. However, Hibiya is a hardworking underdog in his club and friendly to his sempai, Kazuma is a naturally talented basketball player that became a regular fast and comes off as blunt to the heroine.
  • Goal in Life: Becomes a pro baseball player, wins the "rookie of the year" award and marry a female TV announcer.
  • Hand Behind Head: Some of his poses.
  • He Cleans Up Nicely: One CG has his classmates give him a new hairstyle that seems much more flattering. He thinks it looks weird, though, and quickly goes to get his usual hairdo back.
  • Image Song
    • Aquamarine no Kaze and Mirai E no Yuuki on his own.
    • Daitan Karen shared with Shiki Mihara and Chiharu Aoki.
  • Insecure Love Interest: A late event of his reveals his insecurity about dating the heroine, and that he's worried she may not consider him real boyfriend material because he's younger than her.
  • Karaoke Box: One CG takes place there, admitting his insecurity towards the heroine.
  • Keet: Loud and upbeat. He rarely ever shows another side.
  • Kiss of Life: Attempts to give one to the heroine when she loses conscious during swimming.
  • Last-Name Basis: Always calls the heroine by her last name with the sempai honorific.
  • Likes Older Women: Really into older, sexy women and claims this to be why he's such boyfriend material for the heroine. He also prefers sexy clothes on the heroine.
  • Locked in a Room: Trapped on the ferris wheel with the heroine, much to his distress.
  • Love Letter: One CG shows that Hibiya found one in his locker and asks the heroine for advice.
  • Primal Fear: Terrified of heights, which is why he doesn't enjoy the roller coaster, the bungee-jumping, or the ferris wheel. He tries to deny his fear of heights, though, when the heroine asks about it.
  • Romance-Inducing Smudge: One CG has the heroine wipe some food off of Hibiya's cheek when he eats a little too enthusiastically. He blushes, but worries that it makes her seem more like an older sibling taking care of a younger one, rather than boyfriend and girlfriend.
  • Sempai/Kohai: A year younger than the heroine, and always refers to her by her last name with the sempai honorific.
  • Stalker Without a Crush: His introduction in the heroine's second year. She notices someone's following her and calls him a stalker. Hibiya explains he's not a stalker, he's just following and trying to talk to her because he heard she's a good friend of Kei Hazuki.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: When the heroine asks him what he watches on TV, Hibiya insists that he doesn't watch adult movies. The heroine only mentioned late night shows...
  • Tears of Fear: Has them in his CG of riding the ferris wheel, which he's trying to deny.
  • Tears of Joy: Sheds them during several events. Including his confession.
  • Verbal Tic: Ends his sentences in 'su'.
  • Wingding Eyes: His chibi-form has swirls for eyes when riding the merry-go-round.
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     Reiichi Himuro 
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The heroine's homeroom and math teacher. He is very stern and demanding, but truly means well for his students, which (along with his good looks) makes him popular in spite of his strict attitude.

While Himuro is quite stern to the heroine at the start of the game, if she keeps attending his extracurricular lessons and focuses on her studies, he may starts to see her in a different light.

For tropes relating to Himuro in the third game, click here.


Tropes associated with Reiichi Himuro:
  • Beautiful Dreamer: In one of his events, when he falls asleep during the heroine's remedial lessons.
  • Bishounen: Older aged example.
  • Bishie Sparkle: He manages to do a little one during the summer band camp.
  • The Cameo: In Girl's Side 2, he appears in the background if the heroine visits the aquarium. He also appears as a teacher for another class in Girl's Side 3.
  • Catchphrase: He has a habit of saying "Ijou" ("That's all") at the end of his speeches to the class, but doesn't do it often enough to constitute a Verbal Tic.
  • Character Tics: According to Natsumi's messages, the right edge of his mouth turns into a grin when he plans to put a question in a test.
  • Childhood Friends: With Masuda Yoshihito, the owner of JAZZ BAR CANTALOUPE.
  • Classy Cravat: Wears a red one with his stripe suit during the school-play.
  • Cool Car: A Maserati.
  • Drives Like Crazy: He's normally a safe driver, but one of the special scenes involves him "teaching a lesson" to another driver who cut him off while on a date with the heroine. She's understandably scared (but then thanks him for the drive like any other date and makes no mention of it when they get home).
  • Defrosting Ice King: Taking his romance route. How much does the man blush when you stroke his tie?
  • Elegant Classical Musician: He plays the piano in one of his CG events.
  • Gameplay and Story Integration: One CG event has Himuro take the heroine to see the sunset to help reduce her stress. The event reduces the heroine's Stress parameter by half.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: He is the advisor of brass band club and there are mandatory club practices on the third Sunday of the month. However, Himuro may asks the heroine to go on a date or extracurricular lesson on that day if she didn't join any clubs or belongs to the gardening, art or handicrafts club.
  • Gilligan Cut: In his Christmas event in the third year, when the heroine asks him to take him with her to his friend's jazz bar, he adamantly refuses, saying it's no place for him to take a student. The game immediately cuts to Himuro's friend welcoming them both to the bar: "Table for two?"
  • Goroawase Number: One of the nicknames for him is "01," as a homophone for "Reiichi" and a reference to the joke about him being an android. In TMGS2, his cousin Hikami addresses a gift to "0123" ("Reiichi-niisan").
  • Hot for Student: Should the player romance him.
  • Hot Teacher: Overwhelmingly the most sought-after character in fandom.
  • Image Song: Two of them, Ima ga Omoide ni Nattemo and Brand New Days.
  • In-Series Nickname: He is called "Himurocchi" by Natsumi and his former students, Saito the date-crashing salesman.
  • Informed Ability: His info stated that he is popular with his students, but this is rarely brought up.
  • Insistent Terminology: He stubbornly insists that he's not taking the heroine out on dates, it's a social study. He continues to insist this even when he's taking her to an amusement park, to play pool, or to simply drive her around in his car.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: With Sakuya Morimura.
  • Irony: Fitness is one of the required parameters to get his ending. Ironically, Himuro himself is sucks at sports.
  • Jump Scare: One of his events at the amusement park has Himuro do this to the heroine so she could overcome her fear of ghosts.
  • Last-Name Basis: Always calls the heroine by her last name.
  • Longing Look: He tends to give these to the heroine after their date.
  • Love Is a Weakness: If the heroine asks him if he's ever been in love, he goes off on an explanation that love is just something that happens in your brain and that he's not the type to fall for such silliness. However, when she presses him as to whether he's ever been in love, he admits that he never said he'd never been in love, then promptly ends the conversation.
  • Kuudere: Type 1.
  • May–December Romance: He's 27 at the start of the game, 30 by the ending, about twelve years older than the heroine.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: He likes horror films and in one of his events, he takes the heroine to the haunted house at the amusement park.
  • Nintendo Hard: He's the second hardest to win (Kei Hazuki is #1), thanks to his very high standards and the fact that he is your teacher and very well aware of it. Among other things, you cannot obtain his phone number and must wait for him to ask for dates - which for a good half of the game are likely to be restricted to school activities.
  • Noodle Incident: His bartender friend claims to know some sort of juicy gossip from their high school days, but Himuro constantly interrupts him before the heroine can find out what it is.
  • Photographic Memory: He claims he doesn't need music records because if he hears a song once, he can replay it entirely any time he wants in his head.
  • Porn Stache: A thin one during the school-play.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Always wearing a suit.
  • She Is Not My Girlfriend: Insists that the heroine is not his girlfriend, simply his student, when Masuda asks him if the heroine is his girlfriend.
  • Shout-Out: During the second year's cultural festival, his band performs a Theme Song from Konami's Genso Suikoden series, 'Into a World of Illusions'.
  • Sleep Cute: One CG has him and the heroine nod off during remedial lessons.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: Wearing glasses and is the heroine's math teacher.
  • Stern Teacher: tHe is the stern, no non-sense type teacher.
  • Stoic Spectacles: He rarely emotes.
  • Teacher/Student Romance: Should the player choose to romance him.
  • To Make a Long Story Short: He's prone to making a long speech and then summing it up again in the next line, especially if it's something he's embarrassed about. For example, if you ask what he aspired to do in high school and he mentions acting:
    Himuro: I had no problems being up on stage, but... I just couldn't get the audience to understand the way I interpreted my characters...
    Heroine: Um...so that means...
  • Watching the Sunset: One CG has Himuro and the heroine watching the sunset together.

     Ikkaku Amanohashi 
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The Mysterious Dandy, who encountered the heroine several times. He actually the school principal and only unveils himself if her Charm and Social parameter are high enough. As the heroine becomes more attractive, he may starts to see her as the "lady" he is searching for.

For tropes relating to Amanohashi in the third game, click here.


Tropes associated with Ikkaku Amanohashi:
  • Beautiful Dreamer: In one of his events, during the KCH Orchestra concert.
  • Berserk Button: Don't call him Oochan ("gramps"; in fact he finds the "-sama" honorific revolting!)!
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: His eyebrows are quite thick.
  • The Cameo: In Girl's Side 2, he appears in the background at the Sky Garden. In Girl's Side 3, it's revealed that teasing Amanohashi (and trying to get him to wear hot pants) is practically a Hanatsubaki family tradition.
  • Childhood Friends: With Goro Hanatsubaki.
  • Classy Cravat: Wears one with his suit during the school-play.
  • Cool Boat: His personal cruise ship, Aphrodite.
  • Cool Car: He owns a car.
  • Crash-Into Hello: The heroine first met him this way.
  • The Dandy: In pursuit of elegance and beauty.
  • Dirty Old Man: One of his events involves him reassuring you he's not going to kidnap you while ushering you into his care. Very reassuring.
  • Diving Save: In one of his events, when he saves a cat from falling out of a tree.
  • Flowers of Romance: In one of his events, he gives the heroine a rose bouquets. Another event have him give her a single rose and encourage her to scores well on exams.
  • Hot for Student: And unlike Himuro, he's not especially shy about it.
  • Image Song: His main song is INMOST VOICE.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: Sometimes plays video games with Sakuya Morimura.
  • Last-Name Basis: Always calls the heroine by her last name, using '-kun' as the honorific.
  • Love Bubbles: Occurs when he gives the heroine a rose as an encouragement gift during exams.
  • Nice Hat: Puts on a top hat during the school-play.
  • May–December Romance: He's 35 at the start of the game, 38 by the ending, about twenty years older than the heroine.
  • Nintendo Hard: To a point. Like Kei and Himuro, he has high stat requirements more or less across the board, and like Himuro his being a member of the school administration complicates things and prevents the heroine from being able to ask him out. Players who get their stats high enough to meet his criteria on the way to trying for Kei or Himuro's endings, however, are likely to find that it's more difficult to get rid of him.
  • Porn Stache: A very thick one.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Tends to wear a suit.
  • Something About a Rose: His save icon and one CG has him holding a bouquet of roses. Another CG has him standing in the middle of the rose garden.
  • Teacher/Student Romance: Or rather, Principal/Student Romance.

     Chiharu Aoki 
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A student from Kirameki Highschool, the same school from the very first Tokimeki Memorial game. He has a chance to meet the heroine by accident in a misdirected email because her mail address has only one alphabet different from his parents whom live in America. As the heroine helps him get accustomed in Japan, she may ask for a chance to meet him.


Tropes associated with Chiharu Aoki:
  • The Cameo: He appears in one of the "meeting place" backgrounds in Girl's Side 2.
  • Crash-Into Hello: The heroine bumps into him when she go shopping.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Blue hair, blue eyes.
  • Eagle Land: He's from America (in fact he starts highschool just shortly after arriving from there).
  • Gender-Blender Name: Because of his name and his use of "watashi" as opposed to any of the more masculine first-person pronouns, the heroine mistakes him for a girl until she meets him in person.
  • Image Song:
    • Kotoba ni Dekinai Kono Omoi and Aoi Tori ni Nosete on his own.
    • Daitan Karen shared with Shiki Mihara and Wataru Hibiya.
  • Immune To Bomb: Chiharu is completely immune to the Bomb from other guys, because he doesn't attend the same academy.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: He's a secret character of the game, but now he's prominently displayed on Konami's website with the rest of the guys.
  • Long-Distance Relationship: The heroine communicates with him mainly through email messages.
  • Minor Living Alone: Lives in Japan by himself.
  • Phenotype Stereotype: Averted. Chiharu is from America, but he has blue hair, blue eyes and is a very shy person.
  • Pretty in Mink: One of his outfits is a fur coat.
  • Secret Character: One of the two secret characters in the game.
  • Shrinking Violet: He's incredibly shy in person, and even when he invites you to meet in person, he initially runs away from the meeting because he was too embarrassed to speak.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His hair is blue.

     Jin Tendo 
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A character exclusive to the DS version of the game. He's the delinquent of the game and is part of a gang. Unlike the other members of the gang though he is very studious. He attends Hanegasaki High School from the second Girl's Side game.


Tropes associated with Jin Tendo:

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     Shiho Arisawa 
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Voice: Yukana

One of four girls who can become friends with the heroine. She's very studious, soft spoken and can be quite stern but is extremely intelligent. She is in love with Sakuya and if the heroine is also going for his ending she can become a rival in love for his affections.


Tropes associated with Shiho Arisawa:
  • Adjusting Your Glasses: One of her poses.
  • Blue with Shock: Her chibi-form is blue in the face in the haunted house, when riding the rollercoaster or attempting the bungee jumping.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Inverted. Shiho has short hair, but she dislikes physical activities and likes reading and gardening.
  • The Cameo: She also appears in the second Girl's Side game working at the same floral shop should the heroine choose to work there.
  • Crash-Into Hello: The heroine bumps into her on the first day of school, should the player choose the simple pink room at the start of the game.
  • Genius Sweet Tooth: While she tries to tell you she's not a Picky Eater because she's not a child any more, when pressed, she'll admit she likes desserts because sugar helps her brain recover from studying.
  • Huge Schoolgirl: At 169cms, she's the tallest female character in the game.
  • Last-Name Basis: Calls the heroine by her last name, using '-san' as the honorific.
  • Measuring Day: In one of her messages, Shiho complains she measured herself and she grew...again. She thinks it's about time she stopped.
  • Meganekko: Wears a round one.
  • Projectile Kiss: Her attack in Pillow Fight minigame, Lyrical Heart. She blows a kiss that materialized as a giant heart travel across the screen, temporarily stunned any opponent that caught in it.
  • Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: Should the heroine study and work at the Annalee Flower with Shiho a lot. This trope especially applies if the heroine is going for her ending.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: Is very smart, always ranked high in exams.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: If she gets together with Sakuya; she's 4cm (almost 2") taller than him by the end of the third year. 2" may not seem like much, but considering all the other guys are One Head Taller...
  • Triang Relations: If Shiho becomes your rival then both the heroine and Shiho fall into this with Sakuya.
    • If you work your way back into Shiho's good graces, her and Sakuya get a moment where she confesses her feelings for him.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: Is pretty mature for her ages, enough that the heroine first mistook her as an upperclassmen.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Maroon hair.
  • Younger Than They Look: The heroine first mistook Shiho as her sempai when she met her.

     Mizuki Sudou 
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Voice: Ikue Otani

One of four girls who can become friends with the heroine. Mizuki is from a rich family and is extremely spoiled, similar to Mei Ijuin of TokiMemo 2. She can be very condescending and speaks a lot of French. She is in love with Shiki and if the heroine is also going for his ending she can become a rival in love for his affections.


Tropes associated with Mizuki Sudou:
  • A-Cup Angst: One shopping event have Natsumi and Mizuki fighting over a swimsuit. When Garrison says the top is too big for her, Mizuki suddenly goes quiet.
  • All Girls Like Ponies: She has a pony at her family farm.
  • Alpha Bitch: Subverted. She's rich, spoiled girl that thinks she's the school etoile, but she doesn't have any close friends.
  • Arch-Enemy: Of Natsumi. One shopping event has Mizuki buying a dress the moment she hears that Natsumi likes it.
  • Biting the Handkerchief: Her chibi-form sometimes does this.
  • Blue with Shock: Her chibi-form is blue in the face in the haunted house, when riding the rollercoaster or attempting the bungee jumping.
  • Culture Clash: Mizuki claims she hates Japanese television as it isn't to her taste and she thinks the girls in the dramas are too ugly. The heroine observes that she certainly seems to know a lot about it.
  • Fireballs: Her attack in Pillow Fight minigame, Fireball Smash de Paris. She serves a flaming tennis ball which travel along a zigzag path, stunned any opponent that caught in it's path.
  • Gratuitous French: Justified as she used to live in France and consequently can speak it fluently and she plans to go to a university in Paris when she graduates.
  • High Class Gloves: Wears a pair of black gloves with her christmas party dress.
  • Irony: Hates unpunctual person, but her crush, Shiki, is the least punctual boyfriend in the game.
  • Last-Name Basis: Calls the heroine by her last name with '-san' as the honorific.
  • Lonely Rich Kid: She doesn't have many friends, because she had to travel between Japan and Paris a lot when she was a child.
  • Noblewoman's Laugh: Her chibi-form sometimes does this.
  • Non-Uniform Uniform: Unlike the other girls, only hers features puffy shoulders sleeves.
  • Odango Hair: Has two buns in her hair.
  • The Ojou: Is very rich and very spoiled.
  • Only Friend: Should the heroine play with Mizuki a lot, it's implied that the heroine is her first real friend. As seen in all shopping events, Mizuki herself doesn't seem to be closed with any of the girls.
  • Pretty in Mink: A pink fur-trimmed coats during winter.
  • Proper Tights with a Skirt: Wears tights with her school uniform and is the only girl to do so.
  • Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: Should the heroine join the tennis club or work at her artwork parameter with Mizuki a lot. This trope especially applies if the heroine is going for her ending.
  • Spot of Tea: Her save icon is the heroine drinking tea with Mizuki.
  • Third-Person Person: Mizuki refers to herself as Mizuki, so she forbids you from simply calling her "Mizuki" if you get the option to pick what you want to refer to her as.
  • Throwing Down the Gauntlet: Throws her gloves during her rival declaration event.
  • Travel Cool: Mizuki's family is rich enough to have their own personal chauffeur.
  • Triang Relations: If Mizuki becomes your rival then both the heroine and Mizuki fall into this with Shiki.
  • Tsundere: Type A. She is harsh to the heroine and her butler Garrison, but ultimately grateful for their company.
    • Hilariously, Mizuki plans to act like this toward her crush, should the heroine ask her about her type of guy.
  • Unknown Rival: If Mizuki becomes the heroine's rival she will be this type of rival.
  • We Named The Pony The Heroine: In one of her messages, Mizuki mentions she named her pony after the heroine.

     Natsumi Fujii 
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One of four girls who can become friends with the heroine. Natsumi is definetely the Yuko Asahina of the Girl's Side games. She is very cheerful and is very knowledgable about the latest fashion trends. She also likes to play pranks on Reiichi as he is the Stern Teacher. She is in love with Madoka and if the heroine is also going for his ending she can become a rival in love for his affections.


Tropes associated with Natsumi Fujii:
  • Arch-Enemy: Of Mizuki. One shopping event have Natsumi and Mizuki fighting over a swimsuit. Natsumi ends up getting it, to Mizuki's frustration.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: Back in middle school, she got bullied a lot by her classmates due to her cute look. She always got back to them, however.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: She has this dynamic with Madoka.
  • Blue with Shock: Her chibi-form is blue in the face in the haunted house or when riding the rollercoaster.
  • The Cheerleader: Averted. She's in the cheerleading club, but she is very friendly and sociable person.
  • Circling Birdies: Circles orbiting Natsumi's head if she is stunned in Pillow Fight minigame.
  • Crash-Into Hello: The heroine bumps into her on club practice, should the heroine join the cheerleading club or work at Winning Burger.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Brown hair, brown eyes.
  • Did Not Get The Guy: In her ending, Natsumi is sad that she couldn't tell Madoka her feelings.
  • Dude Magnet: Is popular with the guy due to her cute look. One event has her reject a guy's confession.
  • The Fashionista: Is very knowledgeable about fashion.
  • First-Name Basis: Calls the heroine by her first name.
  • Flower in Her Hair: During christmas party.
  • Gamer Chick: She loves playing games. Her CG picture involves the heroine spotting her having a spat with the manager of the Game Center.
  • Gameplay and Story Integration: Natsumi is friendly with the heroine at the start of the game. In-game, she has higher relationship values than other girls and is very easy to gain affection for the heroine and become her friend.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: If Natsumi likes the heroine enough, she may randomly asks her to help at the flea market. The thing is, flea market is only open four times a year.
  • Genki Girl: Always full of energy.
  • Hair Decorations: Wears two hairpins in her hair.
  • Qipao: Her christmas party dress.
  • Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: Should the heroine raise their fashion sense and style, or attend the cheerleading club or work part-time at the Winning Burger with Natsumi a lot. This trope especially applies if the heroine is going for her ending.
  • Ship Tease: With Madoka during their shopping events. Natsumi treats him a meal after she accidentally kicked his butt and in another event, she is on a date with him at the movie theater.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Her attack in Pillow Fight minigame, Acrobatic Pompom Rush. She throws her pompoms at high speed that explode, stunned any opponent that caught in it.
  • Sweet Tooth: She adores crepes.
  • Triang Relations: If Natsumi becomes your rival then both the heroine and Natsumi fall into this with Madoka.
  • Weight Woe: She loves crepes and while she says the calorie count is high, she still eats it everyday.
  • Wingding Eyes: Her chibi-form has X for eyes when she is stunned in Pillow Fight minigame.

     Tamami Konno 
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Voice: Omi Minami

One of four girls who can become friends with the heroine. Tamami is the soft spoken, shy manager of the basketball club. She looks up to the heroine as a role model. She is in love with Kazuma and if the heroine is also going for his ending she can become a rival in love for his affections.


Tropes associated with Tamami Konno:
  • Beware the Nice Ones: The fandom generally regards Tamami as the worst girl in "Rival" mode. Her personality does a complete 180 in "Rival" mode, become much more meaner and sarcastic toward the heroine.
  • Blatant Lies: During "Rival" mode, if the heroine's trying to give Kazuma Valentine's Day chocolates, Tamami said that Kazuma told her he hates chocolates while carrying chocolates herself. Likewise, if the heroine ranked high in exams, Tamami said that Kazuma didn't like smart girl, but getting high grades actually impress him.
  • The Cameo: Her little brother Tamao returns as a datable sempai in the third game. Hilariously, Tamao finds his big sister absolutely terrifying and when he spots her in the shopping district during a date, he instinctively pushes the heroine into an alley so that Tamami won't see the two of them and tease him. She's also appeared in one of Tamao's PSP exclusive ADV events.
  • Cool Big Sis: To her little brother, Tamao. However, Tamao finds her absolutely terrifying.
  • Cordon Bleugh Chef: While she is a good cook, when the heroine's drinking her specially-made juice, she comments of it strange look. In TMGS3, in one of Tamao's PSP exclusive ADV events, her cooking skills are better, but sometimes she is too "creative" and her cooking fails.
  • Crash-Into Hello: In the PS2 version, the heroine bumps into her at the basketball club's summer camp.
  • Cute Sports Club Manager: She is the basketball club's manager.
  • Did Not Get The Guy: In her ending, Tamami is asked by her junior to take a second button from Kazuma's uniform Note  and laments that she never managed to confess to her crush before another girl would.
  • First-Name Basis: Calls the heroine by her first name, using '-chan' as the honorific.
  • Hidden Depths: She likes punk rock.
  • Jerkass Ball: The normally shy Tamami is much more critical and assertive towards the heroine during "Rival" mode.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others:
    • Among the rival girls, Tamami's the only one who is in the same club with her crush, Kazuma. She's also the only rival the heroine needs to know to get one of his CG events.
    • While the other girls are behaving a little more critical and colder than usual during "Rival" mode, Tamami's behavior is the most different, acting much more harsher and sarcastic than usual.
    • She's the only one who has a sibling, who is best friend with the heroine's sibling, Tsukushi.
    • She's the only rival girls who likes the roller coaster, haunted house and bungee jump.
  • Nice Girl: Initially, she is this to the heroine. On the other hand, during "Rival" mode, she is anything but nice.
  • Onee-sama: She reveals to the heroine that she thinks of her in this way despite them being in the same year.
  • Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: Should the heroine raise her fitness parameter or attend the basketball club with Tamami a lot. This trope especially applies if the heroine is going for her ending.
  • Screaming Warrior: Her attack in Pillow Fight minigame, I'll call the teacher. She lets out a big scream that stunned all the guys.
  • Shipper on Deck: As revealed in her ending, whenever Tamami wanted to confess to the guy she likes, another girl would always confess to him before her and she too nice to do anything but kept supporting that girl. Given how nasty she is during "Rival" mode, this is more like an Informed Attribute.
  • Shrinking Violet: Is a very quiet and shy person.
  • Teens Are Short: At 151cms, she's the shortest female character in the game.
  • Triang Relations: If Tamami becomes your rival then both the heroine and Tamami fall into this with Kazuma.
  • Useless Useful Spell: One of Tamami's gifts to the heroine, after she helped her at the basketball match, is a juice that helps reduce her Stress parameter by 10. However, simply resting at home on Sunday reduces the heroine's Stress around 11 or 12, and it take one Sunday to hang out with Tamami, making her gift rather pale in comparison.
  • Women Prefer Strong Men: She has a thing for men with muscles.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Green hair.

Minor Characters
     Tsukushi 
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Voice: Ai Orikasa

Tsukushi is the heroine's younger brother hence why he does not have a surname since he shares the heroine's surname. He serves the same function as Yoshio Saotome and Takumi Sakaki from the first and second Tokimemo games respectively as the "info man".


Tropes associated with Tsukushi:
  • Adorably Precocious Child: To the heroine's friends, he is this, think he is a good manners kid who cares for his sister.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: He is this to the heroine because he tends to barge in her room without her permission.
  • Bearer of Bad News: He usually warns the heroine when a guy is about to "bomb" her or when a bomb exploded.
  • The Cameo: He appears in one of Tamao's ADV events.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Has shade of this. For example, if the heroine checks Sakuya Morimura's info on the second year:
    Morimura Sakuya: He probably fell down a lot during P.E. class.
  • Easier Than Easy: The easiest ending to get.
  • He's All Grown Up: In TMGS3, he makes a cameo as Tamao's childhood friend. And... wow.
  • Kid-anova: He "only" managed to get three girlfriends in his first day at school.
  • Knowledge Broker: Provides information of the guys to the heroine.
  • Moment Killer: On a few occasions, most notably during Kei's Caught in the Rain scene.
  • Only One Name: He has no real last name because he shares the same last name with the heroine.
  • Token Mini-Moe: He is the youngest character in the game.

     Goro Hanatsubaki 
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Voice: Show Hayami

The owner of several of the shops the heroine visits when shopping for dating necessities. A fashion designer and advisor, but for some reason he doesn't practice himself what he preaches - he himself has a very weird fashion sense, and is just plain eccentric.


Tropes associated with Goro Hanatsubaki:

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Ito Garrison

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Voice: Kouichi Kitamura

Mizuki's elderly butler. Real name Ito Soukichi.


Masuda Yoshihito

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Voice: Masaaki Ohkura

Himuro's childhood friend and the owner of JAZZ BAR CANTALOUPE.


  • Blackmail: In Himuro's third-year Christmas event, he blackmails Himuro into playing the piano at his bar.
  • Childhood Friends: With Himuro.
  • The Gadfly: He's trying to tell some of Himuro's stories from their high school days to the heroine and blackmailing him to perform on the piano at his bar.
  • Satellite Character: He provides Himuro's backstory.
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