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Happy Birthday Hanayo-chan!

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Good evening everyone! Today is January 17th, which is Hanayo Koizumi's birthday! I'd like to take the chance to say, Happy Birthday to one of my favorite Love Live characters; Hanayo. As usual for those who don't know, Hanayo, is a character from the popular idol anime, Love Live. The anime also has a video game version known as Love Live: School Idol Festival; which features a rhythm game like play style. I recommend checking it out!

Hanayo being born in mid January makes her a Capricorn in western zodiac. This sign is an earthen sign which represents balance and a more down to earth personality. She is somewhat of an introvert, but is very knowledgeable about idols, and sports glasses at times. The main trait that people know her for is her famous white rice obsession.

Although I relate a bit more to Honoka Kousaka, Hanayo is definitely an amazing character. I admire her passion when it comes to idols and I love that she just eats as much as she wants, without paying too much attention to her figure. Hanayo gives off the feel of someone you can easily spend time with, without worry of mistakes or errors. I believe she is a very inspirational character!

Please wish Hanayo a wonderful birthday, and as always, thank you for reading!


  1. Hello, this blog is very interesting and I want to translate this article into Spanish and reblog it in my official blog of ? We love anime and manga stuff and make cosplay costumes.


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