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Japanese names of characters from “My Hero Academia”

Japanese names of characters from “My Hero Academia”

My Hero Academia, a manga series written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi. Izuku Midoriya was born without powers (Called a 'Quirk') in a world where they are everything. Despite being bullied for not having a quirk, Izuku dreams of being a Hero just like All Might, one of the world's greatest heroes and Izuku's idol. All Might, who has a critical injury only known by Izuku and a few others, passes down his quirk 'One for All' to Izuku to succeed him after seeing his bravery and determination when faced with danger. With Izuku's newly achieved Quirk, he joins U.A. High School, a school for the world's future heroes and walks down the path to becoming a hero.
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Japanese names of characters from “Haikyu!!”

Japanese names of characters from “Haikyu!!”

Haikyu!! is a popular sports manga series. Middle schooler Shoyo was deeply inspired by a high school volleyball player called the ‘Tiny Giant' and hopes to be like him one day. When he finally made it into the 'Karasuno High School' where his role model used to go, Shoyo bumps into Tobio who defeated him badly at the middle school volleyball match. Along with their peers, they aim to reach the very top!
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Japanese names of characters from “Mobile Suit Gundam series”

Japanese names of characters from “Mobile Suit Gundam series”

Mobile suit Gundam is a popular robot anime. The first series was released in the 1970s following the main character Amuro Ray. A conflict occurred between the space colony's Principality of Zeon and The Earth Federation as Zeon declared independence. The war escalated and it started to involve not only the earth but the whole universe. The Gundam series continues, featuring new characters and mobile suits in each series, sometimes in an alternative world.
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Japanese names of characters from “Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion”

Japanese names of characters from “Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion”

The Holy Britannian Empire is the most powerful country and took over almost one-third of the world with its newest weapon 'Knightmare frame'. Japan was renamed 'Area 11' and lost all of its rights and freedom after conquested.A school student Lelouch unluckily got involved in one of the raids but was saved by a mysterious girl called C.C. who granted Lelouch a special power to command anyone to obey him. Lelouch takes this as a chance to destroy the Britannia Empire and solve the mystery of his mother's death.
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Japanese names of characters from “Food wars! Shokugeki no soma”

Japanese names of characters from “Food wars! Shokugeki no soma”

Food wars! Teenager Soma loves cooking and entertaining people with his creative dishes. His dream was to one day work at his father's restaurant 'YUKIHIRA' as a head chef, however, Soma's father decided to close down his shop to take a job overseas and enroll Soma into the prestigious cooking school Totsuki culinary academy. The story follows Soma's journey through his cooking school life filled with excitement and delicious food!
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Japanese names of characters from “Fire Force”

Japanese names of characters from “Fire Force”

Fire Force, a story written by Atsushi Okubo that takes place in the burning city, Tokyo. Citizens mysteriously suffer from spontaneous human combustion throughout the city, causing chaos and destruction. Following his dreams of becoming a hero, Shinra joins the Special Fire Force which is responsible for snuffing out the inferno, and as part of Company 8, he'll use his devil's footprints to prevent the city from turning to ash.
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Japanese names of characters from “Durarara!!”

Japanese names of characters from “Durarara!!”

A high school student named Mikado Ryugamine was bored with his life. Wishing for excitement, he moves to Ikebukuro, Tokyo to join Raira academy where his childhood friend Masaoki Kido attends. The story switches between the 11 main character's points of view featuring the strange things happening in the big city which slowly starts to change Mikado's life into an unusual one.
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Japanese names of characters from “Gurren Lagann”

Japanese names of characters from “Gurren Lagann”

The story takes place in a fictional future where human beings were forced to live in underground villages completely cut out from the surface world. Under the threat of earthquakes and roof fall, they had to keep on digging to survive. Curious Simon and Kamina headed to the surface world and learned that the world was taken over by the Spiral King Lordgenome.
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Japanese names of characters from “Detective Conan”

Japanese names of characters from “Detective Conan”

Detective Conan is a long-running mystery manga series written and illustrated by Gosho Aoyama. The story follows a genius teenager named Shinichi who loves the famous author, Conan Doyle, and his mystery novels. Shinichi is a master detective and has solved many cases just like his favorite, Sherlock Holmes.
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Japanese names of characters from “City Hunter”

Japanese names of characters from “City Hunter”

City Hunter is a story follows Ryo Saeba, a 'Sweeper' which is a private detective who works to rid crime in Shinjuku, Tokyo. May it be, guarding or assassinating, the city hunters are not afraid to dirty their hands to protect the city!
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Japanese names of characters from “Chainsaw Man”

Japanese names of characters from “Chainsaw Man”

Chainsaw man is a manga series written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto. The story follows an unfortunate young man called Denji who lives with his devil pet Pochita. Denji and Pochita worked for the Yakuza as devil hunters but were still very poor that he even sold his organs to pay off his deceased father's debt. Let’s find out the meanings of some names of characters in Chainsaw man.
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Japanese names of characters from “Blue Exorcist (青の祓魔師)”

Japanese names of characters from “Blue Exorcist (青の祓魔師)”

Blue Exorcist is a manga series written and illustrated by Kazue Kato. The main characters Rin and Yukio are twins who were raised by an exorcist named Shiro Fujimoto. Let’s find out the meanings of some names of characters in Blue exorcist.
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Japanese names of characters from “Bakuman”

Japanese names of characters from “Bakuman”

This is a story about two high school students Moritaka Mashiro and Akito Takagi aiming to be successful manga writers. Let’s find out the meanings of some names of characters in Bakuman.
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Japanese names of characters from “Baki the Grappler”

Japanese names of characters from “Baki the Grappler”

Baki the Grappler is a long-running series that started in 1999 written and illustrated by Keisuke Itagaki. The story features a professional fighter named Baki, who trains to become a better fighter and achieve his goal to surpass his father, Yujiro,
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Japanese names of characters from “Another”

Japanese names of characters from “Another”

Another is a work of Japanese fiction by Ayatsuji Yukito. It has been adapted into manga, anime, and film. It is characterized by a unique atmosphere that fuses horror, mystery, and suspense. Let’s find out the meanings of some students' names from the cursed class 3-3.
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Japanese names of characters from “Sazae-san”

Japanese names of characters from “Sazae-san”

Sazae-san a story written by Machiko Hasegawa, is the longest-running anime series in Japan featuring a typical Japanese life. Most characters from Sazae-san are somehow related to the ocean. Let’s find out the meanings of Sazae’s family members!
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Japanese names of characters from “Kuroko’s Basketball”

Japanese names of characters from “Kuroko’s Basketball”

Kuroko’s Basketball. A story by Tadatoshi Fujimaki about a High school student named Tetsuya finding the reason for playing basketball. Let’s find out the meanings of some names of characters in Kuroko’s basketball.
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Japanese names of characters from “Dr. Stone”

Japanese names of characters from “Dr. Stone”

Dr. Stone is a story about a science freak named Senku and his friends trying to save humanity which had suddenly turned into stone by a mysterious light. Let’s find out the meanings of some names of characters in Dr. Stone.
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Japanese names of characters from “Doraemon”

Japanese names of characters from “Doraemon”

Doraemon is an earless cat robot who came from the future to help Nobita, a young boy who was going to have a miserable life due to his laziness and lack of talent. Doraemon has a special four-dimensional pocket that carries all sorts of interesting future gadgets to improve Nobita’s life.Let’s find out the meanings of some names of characters in Doraemon.
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Japanese names of characters from “The Prince of Tennis”

Japanese names of characters from “The Prince of Tennis”

The Prince of Tennis is a manga series written and illustrated by Takeshi Konomi. The main character, Ryoma is a young boy who is highly skilled in tennis and has won various tournaments in the United States. Let’s find out the meanings of some names of characters in The Prince of Tennis!
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The only power that can change the reality in Ukraine is for the Russian people to speak out. Please touch the world media outside of Russia to see how your government is causing the tragic situation. Thank you for a peaceful world!

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