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     Ruka Sakurai 
Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita
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The heroine's childhood friend, and Kouichi's younger brother. He hides his true thoughts behind an easygoing attitude, always flirting and joking around. Loves high places and wants to be a "hero". Unlike the usual main guys of the series, Ruka's grades are fairly low, but he is still popular with the girls of the school.


  • Animal Motifs: A dragon.
  • Beneath the Mask: Purposefully tries to act harmless and immature. Every now and then the heroine gets a glimpse of his true feelings, but Ruka always brushes it off by pretending he was joking.
  • Book-Ends: If the player follows his route, Ruka will confess in the same church where he and the heroine first met, and where they were reunited after she moved.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: It's implied that Ruka is actually quite intelligent and could get good grades on all of his exams... if he bothered to study, that is.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: May blossom into a Victorious Childhood Friend.
  • Convenience Store Gift Shopping: Ruka's contribution to the gift exchange at the first-year Christmas party is an opened bottle of maple syrup. He does better with subsequent gifts, at least.
  • Cool Bike
  • Delinquents: Ruka definitely qualifies as a delinquent considering that frequently skips class, has bleached blond hair and occasionally brawls with other students.
  • Mr. Fanservice
  • Expository Hairstyle Change: Before entering high school, he bleached his hair from black to blond to differentiate himself from Kouichi.
  • Face Doodling: One of the Sakurai brothers' CG events involves Kouichi doing this to a sleeping Ruka.
  • First-Name Basis: Ruka actively objects to the heroine calling him by his family name - they're childhood friends, after all.
  • Gratuitous English
  • Happily Adopted: By Kouichi's family.
  • I Kiss Your Hand: His PSP-only CG. The heroine cuts herself with some thorns and he kisses her hand to stop the bleeding.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: During Kou's route, Ruka will eventually give up on the heroine and ask her to take care of Kou.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy
  • Peek-a-Bangs
  • Perpetual Poverty: The brothers live in an abandoned diner, supporting themselves with the income from their part-time jobs. Unsurprisingly, they don't have much money to burn. There is a whole string of events involving Ruka either bartering for or outright stealing food from other students' lunches because he doesn't have one of his own.
  • Sibling Triangle: If the heroine initiates his and Kou's 3P mode.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Officially "Ruka", but is some render it as "Luka" or "Luca". Ruka's personal view on the spelling is apparently "Luca", based on his name input in an arcade game ("LCA").
  • Stepford Smiler: Ruka is carrying a lot of emotional baggage from his childhood, to say the least.
    Heroine: Though Ruka was always smiling, he was a boy with sad looking eyes...
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Kouichi's blue. Ruka also says that he wanted to be the red ranger as a child.
  • Sweet Tooth: Especially pancakes.
  • Triang Relations: Against Kouichi if the heroine triggers their PvP mode.
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     Kouichi Sakurai 
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe
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The heroine's childhood friend, and Ruka's older brother. Despite his intimidating appearance and brusque speech, he cares deeply about Ruka and the heroine. Loves anything vintage and collects antiques. Like his brother, studying isn't Kou's strong point and often he scores either only a few points higher or lower than Ruka on exams.


  • Animal Motifs: A tiger.
  • Afraid of Needles: As revealed in one of his ADV stories.
  • Big Brother Instinct
  • Catchphrase: "Not bad". Kou uses it for everything, and he very rarely gives out any higher praise.
  • Chef of Iron: He's pretty handy in the kitchen and does all the cooking for Ruka and himself.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: May blossom into a Victorious Childhood Friend.
  • Convenience Store Gift Shopping: Most of the gifts Kou gives, especially for the Christmas party gift exchange, are pretty clearly things he already had lying around. At higher levels of affection they're objects of personal value, but for the first-year Christmas party, his gift is a worn-out Allen wrench.
  • Cool Bike: Which he switches out for a Cool Car in his ending.
  • Crash-Into Hello: How the heroine first encounters him. She's understandably terrified.
  • Delinquents: Kouichi is a straighter example of a classic delinquent. He waxes his hair quite a bit, works at a gas station and gets into fights with older students.
  • Expository Hairstyle Change: He and Ruka had the same hairstyle in middle school, but Kouichi cut his short before entering high school because they looked too similar.
  • Face Doodling: One of the Sakurai brothers' CG events involves Ruka doing this to a sleeping Kouichi.
  • Face of a Thug: Lampshaded by Ruka during the heroine's meeting with them on the first day of school.
    Ruka: Your face is just too scary, Kou. Anyone who sees you would think you're a bad guy.
  • Fear of Thunder: Rather than Kouichi himself, the heroine is shown to have this fear during a date event. Kou comforts her and teaches her a method of making thunder seem less frightening.
  • First-Name Basis: Same as Ruka, Kou won't allow the heroine to call him by his family name. Unlike Ruka however, he calls the heroine by her family name at first.
  • Gentle Giant: Although Kouichi is certainly capable of violence, he's never rough with the protagonist.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: At 190cm, he is the tallest dateable guy in the series so far.
  • I Kiss Your Hand: In one of his endings.
    Kouichi: If I do this, you'll know, right?
  • Like Brother and Sister: This is Kou's initial description of the relationship between himself and the protagonist. If you follow his route, though, Kou admits during his confession that he's had feelings for her since they were kids and has been trying to hide it precisely because she's been like a little sister to him.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Which makes the sincere smiles he shows to the heroine all the better.
  • Perpetual Poverty: Same as Ruka.
  • Real Men Eat Meat: His favorite food is steak done rare.
  • Real Men Hate Sugar: Kou also happens to dislike sweets, which is why he'll refuse the heroine's Valentine's chocolate if his affection isn't high enough.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Ruka's red.
  • Sibling Triangle: If the heroine initiates his and Ruka's 3P mode.
  • Slasher Smile: He sports a very impressive one in a third-year culture festival CG event.
  • Straight Man: He is decidedly more serious than Ruka, and so he often takes the tsukkomi role when they're together.
  • Taking the Heat: In his route, he covers for Ruka when the police question Kou about an incident involving the Yotokado delinquents.
  • Triang Relations: Against Ruka if the heroine triggers their PvP mode.

     Arashi Fujiyama 
Voiced by: Eiji Miyashita
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Arashi is the athletic, sporty guy of the game. He practices judo, and started a club for it at Habataki High.


  • Amazon Chaser: Has the highest Athletic requirement of any of the guys, and has multiple ADV events where he admires the heroine's musculature. When a classmate asks what he finds attractive about her, he comments on her lats.
  • Anime Hair
  • Animal Battle Aura: A bear.
  • Big Eater
  • Book Dumb: Pretty much always gets low, if not the lowest, scores on the exams.
  • The Comically Serious: This is especially apparent whenever he's around Niina, who loves to exploit this trait for laughs. Examples include a rather amusing moment where Niina attempts to teach Arashi some of his favorite bits of slang. Arashi ends up getting the words wrong and instead of saying 'マジパネェ' (read 'maji panee', meaning 'totally awesome') he ends up saying 'ガチパレード' (read 'gachi pareedo', meaning something along the lines of 'seriously parade').
  • Determinator: Usually when practicing/training for/thinking about judo.
  • Friendly Rivalry: With Niina. It becomes decidedly less friendly if their PvP mode is activated.
  • Hot-Blooded: Mostly when it comes to Judo.
  • Ill Boy: Used to be very weak as a child. He got better thanks to Judo.
  • Last Minute Hookup: He realizes he is in love with the heroine at the end of graduation ceremony.
  • Meddling Parents: Arashi wants to keep doing judo even after he graduates from high school — against his parents' wishes, of course.
  • Oblivious to Love: Remains oblivious to his own feelings for the heroine and only realizes his love for her at the end of graduation ceremony.
  • Odd Couple: The other half is Niina.
  • Straight Man: When Arashi and Niina are together, Arashi usually serves as the foil for Niina's silly actions.
  • Triang Relations: Against Junpei if the heroine triggers their PvP mode.

     Junpei Niina 
Voiced by: Atsushi Kisaichi
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The fashion-conscious one, Niina is a year younger than the heroine and enrolls during her second year. He will join the Judo Club if the heroine is the manager.


  • Accidental Athlete: Has to be literally chased down by Arashi in order for him to join the Judo Club, and Niina proves to be quite good at it.
  • Animal Battle Aura: A... raccoon.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: His brother Teppei.
  • Catchphrase: "Totally awesome!" He doesn't say it often enough for it to be a Verbal Tic, but it does tend to crop up in a lot of his dialogue.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: The player can bump into Niina several times if they go shopping alone during the first year before he actually enters Habataki. In fact, meeting him like this is the only way to get one of his special CG events.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: Niina seems to just be a Handsome Lech at first, but he turns out to be a better guy than first impressions give him credit for.
  • Continuity Nod: Is a fan of Kei Hazuki from the 1st Girl's Side game. He may also bring up the old rumor of Himuro being an android while walking home with the heroine.
  • Cuteness Overload: Just try dating him at the Wan-Nyan house at the zoo.
  • The Fashionista
  • First-Name Basis: With everyone. He never refers to anyone by their surname, nor does he use the honorific "-senpai" (unless he's joking). However, no one calls him by anything but "Niina".
  • Friendly Rivalry: With Arashi.
  • Friend to All Children
  • Gratuitous English: Actually uses it more than Ruka and Karen combined.
  • Like Father, Like Son: Touched upon in the ADV Event "Like Begets Like"; just as Niina can fall for the older heroine, his father did the same with Niina's mother.
  • Say It with Hearts: Frequently to accent his flirty nature.
  • Sempai/Kohai: Niina is a year behind the protagonist at school.
  • Skilled, but Naïve: Niina has a natural talent for judo, but lacks the years of experience that Arashi has under his belt.
  • Smarter Than You Look: He even says this of himself. In a first for the "fashionable guy" in a Girl's Side game, Niina actually makes decent grades, and the protagonist is a bit surprised to realize that he's a pretty good student.
  • The Beard: One event has Niina pretending that the heroine is his girlfriend in front of his classmates.
  • Triang Relations: Against Arashi if the heroine triggers their PvP mode.

     Tamao Konno 
Voiced by: Susumu Chiba
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The student council president, a year older than the heroine. He is the younger brother of Tamami Konno from the 1st Girl's Side game. Kind and studious, he is reliable and always tries to do his best to help those around him.


  • Ascended Extra: Tamao was originally just Tamami's unseen little brother. Now he has his own route.
  • Blind Without 'Em: After the school play, he admits he couldn't see the heroine's face very well without his glasses.
  • Continuity Nod: Tamao's older sister is Konno Tamami, a rival/friend character from the first Tokimeki Girl's Side game. She makes an appearance during a short event in which Tamao hides himself and the protagonist from her as she walks by. His explanation for avoiding her? "She'll tease me about this for at least a month if she catches us..."
    • In one event, the protagonist sees him doing 'greeting exercises' outside the school gates during the morning, much like Hikami Itaru from GS2. Unlike Hikami, however, he actually gets a decent response out of the student body.
    • One of his ADV events features Tsukushi, the little brother of the TMGS1 protagonist. They've been friends since elementary school, and in Tamami's profile in the first game Tsukushi comments that he knows her brother.
  • Covert Pervert: Believe it or not, Tamao has a bit of a reputation among the fandom for being a Covert Pervert due to some of his more, erm... 'suggestive' lines of dialogue. The especially raunchy ones are said randomly (and rarely!) at the title screen. Some of these include "Let's do it in your room today," and "Sorry, my voice got a bit too loud... haha, how embarrassing."
  • Extreme Doormat: Has trouble saying no to people out of fear of betraying their expectations of him.
  • Friend to All Children
  • Like Brother and Sister: Tamao considers this when trying to describe his feelings on the heroine.
    Tamao: I think it's like having a younger sister.
    Seiji: In your case, isn't it more like having a daughter?
  • Megane
  • Nice Guy
  • Rail Enthusiast
  • Senpai Kohai: Tamao is the protagonist's senpai, and graduates a year earlier than she does.
  • She Is Not My Girlfriend: The heroine is even mistaken as his wife during an event, where she and Tamao look after a child separated from his mother.
  • Shutting Up Now: After saying something embarrassing, he often tends to ramble.
  • Smart People Play Chess: Initially doesn't know how, but is taught in an event by Seiji.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: As seen in the first game's art book, when Tamao was a kid, he looks just like his sister Tamami.
  • Student Council President
  • Triang Relations: Against Seiji if the heroine triggers their PvP mode.
  • You Gotta Have Green Hair: While his hair color wouldn't seem too unusual in the previous two games, the cast of Girl's Side 3 is realistic enough that Tamao stands out.

     Seiji Shitara 
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A genius pianist from a wealthy family, and the heroine's senior by a year. Seiji tends to speak rudely and is dishonest with his feelings. Has a complex over not being good at anything but the piano and can be a little naive at times.


  • Big Fancy House
  • Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: During an argument with Tamao, Seiji tells him to explain the concept of the routine by actually acting it out. He pins the boke role onto the heroine, who thinks to herself that Seiji fits the role better alongside a tsukkomi Tamao.
  • Book Dumb: Hates studying and mostly slacks off whenever Tamao tries to help him prepare for exams.
  • Caught in the Rain: Occurs during a date event, though nothing overtly romantic occurs (considering the event can be activated at even neutral affection).
  • Childhood Friends: Was fairly close to the Sakurai brothers when they were younger.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Determinator: After the heroine inspires him to continue practicing the piano, Seiji begins entering contests again and decides to enroll into an art university. He even begins studying around in Paris, potentially bringing the heroine along with him.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: "Sei-chan". In fact, he hates it so much that it is one of the nicknames that the heroine can never safely call him by.
  • Food End: His bonus ending CG is of the heroine and him going out for okonomiyaki together.
  • Friend to All Children: Although he makes comments suggesting he doesn't like kids, he is actually quite patient and good with them.
  • Host Club: His ADV Event "Class Exhibition" reveals this to be what his class chose to do for the Culture Festival. It's also the only way to find out, since Seiji completely dodges the heroine's questioning of his plans and even seems to be running away from his duties on the actual festival day.
  • Lonely Rich Kid
  • Meaningful Name: The kanji of his surname can be read as "to create music".
  • Messy Hair: To make him look like Beethoven.
  • Mundane Object Amazement: Seiji is amazed by takoyaki and okonomiyaki, both of which are ordinary, everyday types of food.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Wears one if he comes to the Culture Festival in the heroine's 3rd year. He seems completely convinced that his outfit has managed to fool the people around him, and the heroine doesn't have the heart to tell him otherwise.
  • Red String of Fate: The fandom seems to associate him with it, even though it is only mentioned in a 3P conversation on top of being brought up by Tamao, not Seiji.
  • Senpai Kohai: Seiji makes up the other half of the 'senpai' duo consisting of himself and Tamao.
  • Smart People Play Chess: There is an event where Seiji is shown teaching Tamao how to play.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: If he shows up earlier than the agreed time on a date, he will insist that he definitely did not go out of his way to arrive early.
  • Travel Cool: Seiji's family is rich enough to have their own personal chauffeur.
  • Triang Relations: Against Tamao if the heroine triggers their PvP mode.
  • Tsundere: Type A.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Tamao as a result of their completely opposite personalities. Unsurprisingly, Seiji does most of the insulting.
  • Why Did It Have To Be Dandelions?: Has an extreme fear of dandelion seeds because he'd been tricked as a child into believing that they'd make him go deaf if they got into his ears. As a musician, Seiji considers losing his hearing to be a Fate Worse than Death, thus his panic when the heroine unknowingly blows the seeds at him.
  • You Gotta Have Silver Hair: Like Tamao, Seiji's hair color is odd among a cast of mostly brunet/ttes, especially in combination with his red eyes.
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     Chikara Oosako 
Voiced by: Mitsuhiro Ichiki
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The heroine's homeroom teacher for all three years. Always full of energy and popular with the students. Unlike the previous two teachers in the series, he is not dateable (although you can get an ending for him).


  • Against the Setting Sun: Occurs in several of his events, including the heroine's confession, due to his love of taking sunset runs along the beach.
  • Cool Teacher
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: Let's just say that it's difficult to tell the difference between his indoor and outdoor voice.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: During the last event on his route, where he congratulates the heroine on becoming Rose Queen, he gets very tongue tied.
  • The Glomp: In contrast to the subdued kiss endings of other characters, the heroine enthusiastically tackles Oosako if he accepts her feelings.
  • I Always Wanted to Say That: "My love is... education!!"
  • Keet
  • Love Epiphany: ...Except, it's the often Oblivious to Love heroine who realizes she's in love with him. She's even the one who confesses, unlike every other romantic route in the game.
  • Love You and Everybody: Oosako's words of encouragement frequently include "You're amazing!" or "I love that about you!" but they're incredibly platonic.
  • Meaningful Name: His name can be read as "great intensity/force".
  • Nintendo Hard: The player has to be very careful not to miss any of his events, or he will reject the heroine.
  • Older Than They Look: Oosako actually looks younger than this game's kohai, despite being at least nine years his senior.
  • Piggyback Cute: Carries the heroine to her house this way after she sprains her ankle while out running with him.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Was a regular in his university's rugby club, and can easily manhandle Kouichi when the need arises.
  • Sensei-chan: He's rare male example of this trope. By the second year, some of his students even start nicknaming him Oosako-chan.
  • Teacher/Student Romance: At least he has enough tact to wait until after the heroine graduates before they start dating...
  • You Remind Me Of Me

     Taiyou Kasuga 
Voiced by: Yuichi Iguchi
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A junior high student first met when he comes to sight-see at the high school. As he is two years younger, Taiyou becomes a student at the high school in the heroine's 3rd year. He can only be encountered if the heroine becomes the manager of the Baseball Club.


     Shuugo Aizawa 
Voiced by: Takeshi Kusao
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The writer behind a hugely popular romance novel series that had decided to leave the third installment unfinished and never release it. The heroine can become a fan of his work and encourage him to complete his series.


  • Cruel to Be Kind: Zigzagged. After completing his writing, he tells the heroine to never come visit him at his home again, but is genuinely happy if she comes to his book signing a few months later. Presumably he wanted to protect her, but the game provides little insight into his reasoning.
  • First Love: Included in the titles of his novels.
  • Freudian Slip: Aizawa tells the heroine that the protagonist of his novel was able to pick himself up and ultimately succeed because of her, instead of the heroine of the novel.
  • Glory Days: Doesn't look back on them particularly fondly, and is unable to believe he was once a best-selling author. His third novel wins him a Nobel Prize, putting back him the spotlight. He admits he'd much rather give the prize back.
  • Guardian Angel: Thinks of the heroine as such.
  • Love Is a Weakness: Aizawa intended to give up on love entirely after completing his last novel, in spite of his growing feelings for the heroine.
  • He Cleans Up Nicely
  • May–December Romance
  • Must Have Caffeine
  • Not a Date: He's simply taking his niece out. Though, in this case, it really isn't a date, as he's trying to avoid having to work by using the heroine as an excuse.
  • Perma-Stubble
  • Secret Character
  • Separated by the Wall: In his save icon.
  • Writer's Block

     Kenta Taira 
Voiced by: Hisayoshi Suganuma
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The heroine's friendly, but average, classmate. Kenta always encourages and looks out for the heroine, but his attempts to get close to her often end up in failure.


     Tatsuya Hasumi 
Voiced by: Taiki Matsuno
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The secret character of the PSP port. A student at Hanegasaki Academy that the heroine meets at Alucard on her second year, Tatsuya has recently started working as a model, and approaches the heroine in an attempt to flirt with her. However, in reality he's quite insecure, and is trying to win more self-confidence.


  • Adorkable: He doesn't have much self-confidence, and has the habit of spacing out when talking to the heroine. He also loves weird artistic films, which the heroine doesn't understand at all.
  • Continuity Nod: He meets the heroine at Alucard, a café both visited by Kei (TMGS1) and Tarou (TMGS2), and as a Hanegasaki student, he's aware of the mermaid legend. One of his endings is in the lighthouse, just like TMGS2's endings.
  • Greeneyed Redhead
  • Guide Dang It!: He has two endings which depend of the player's choices: Yasashii (nice) and Ijiwaru (mean). A bad answer can also mean ending his route and losing his ending.
  • I Kiss Your Hand: His Ijiwaru ending.
  • Important Haircut: Wears long bangs when he first meets the heroine, cuts his hair and dyes it of a darker tone after their meeting to give himself more confidence.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: After a few dates and if the player is following the Yasashii route, he'll send a mail to the heroine where he explains that he loves her, but that he doesn't want to make her heart as dark as his, and that they'll stop seeing each other. Doubles as Anguished Declaration of Love.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: What the heroine thinks of him at the end of the Yasashii route.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: He appears in most promotional art for the PSP port.
  • Love Martyr: A bit during the Ijiwaru route. In the Yasashii route, the heroine becomes one instead
  • He Cleans Up Nicely: The heroine doesn't recognize him at first after his makeover, and she doesn't believe that such a cool guy could be the weird person she met a week earlier.
  • No Social Skills
  • Secret Character
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The Gal-Friends
     Miyo Ugajin 
Voiced by: Saori Goto
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One of the heroine's best friends, soft-spoken Miyo is the source of information, having essentially the same role as Tsukushi and Yuu from the 1st and 2nd Girl's Side games. She believes strongly in horoscopes and fortune-telling. Despite her cute appearance, Miyo hates being treated like a child.


  • Brainy Brunette: She ranks quite high at tests and can deduce many things by only looking at someone.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: She's fond of stuffed animals and likes drawing cute pictures.
  • Does Not Like Men
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Miyo-chan, since it reminds her of how childish she looks. The heroine can only safely call her this when Miyo's affection is really high.
  • Fortune Teller: What she does for the Culture Festival, complete with a crystal ball and tarot cards.
  • Genki Girl/Motor Mouth: Used to be more lively in middle school, and adapted her current personality in order to seem more mature after frequently being mistaken as a much younger child.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: Has a different teddy bear on each sleepover with the heroine and Karen.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners / Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: If the player works at the Anastasia Bakery, joins the art club and hangs out with her frequently. This trope especially applies if the player is going for her ending. Her relationship with Karen also shares this tropes.
  • Meido: Her uniform in the cake shop.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Grade B.

     Karen Hanatsubaki 
Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu
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A member of the famous Hanatsubaki family, she helps the heroine with anything fashion related. Karen is usually very cheerful and upbeat, but is uncomfortable with her fan following because they don't see her as an individual beyond the Hanatsubaki name.


Minor Characters
     Reiichi Himuro 
Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu
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The teacher of the 1st Girl's Side game is back with a vengeance, and still as cold and strict as ever. He's however no longer winnable here, and is in charge of the Wind Instrument Club.


  • Demoted to Extra: While in the first game he was capturable, in this one he's only a supporting character.
  • Hot Teacher: Well, look at him.
  • Megane
  • Running Gag: Several characters will discuss the rumor of Himuro being an android built in the church. It even pops up during Aizawa's route, where he takes the heroine to the bar that Himuro's friend owns, recognizable to players of the 1st Girl's Side game.
    • A doodle of the Himuro android also appears on the chalkboard during the post-game credits roll.
  • Stern Teacher: Though his view on the Brass Band has relaxed some, he will still kick the heroine out of the band if she misses a single practice, or scores too poorly on exams.
  • Stoic Spectacles: He's wearing a decidedly more modern pair than the ones he sported in Girl's Side 1 to go along with the rest of his upgraded look.

     Ikkaku Amanohashi 
Voiced by: Jurota Kosugi
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Another character coming back from the 1st Girl's Side game. He's still Habataki High's Chairman, but is no longer winnable.


  • Demoted to Extra: While in the first game he was capturable, in this one he's only a supporting character.
  • Megane
  • Running Gag: It seems that Gorou is still hounding him to try out his line of men's swimwear, according to a conversation between Karen and Amanohashi that the heroine witnesses.
    • Harassing him also appears to be a favorite Hanatsubaki family pastime. When Amanohashi gets an angry email from Gorou telling him that he's coming home right away, Karen suggests that he lock his doors and avoid going out alone. The heroine is clearly surprised by this and asks if Gorou is really that scary, to which Karen replies that she was joking of course before commenting on how cute Amanohashi is when he's distressed.
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