- "Uwawa~! ☆ Isn’t that just wonderhoi!"
- ―Otori Emu
Otori Emu (鳳 えむ) is a first-year student at Miyamasuzaka Girls Academy. She's part of the musical show unit Wonderlands×Showtime.
Background[edit | edit source]
One day, Emu meets Tenma Tsukasa, who works at the Phoenix Wonderland Stage. Emu wants to restore the stage to its former glory.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Emu has pink eyes and short pink hair cut into a short bob.
She wears a pink cardigan with stickers on it over her school uniform.
Her casual outfit consists of a puffy pink jacket, yellow shirt, and blue overalls.
Her show outfit consists of a puffy round dress with tied ribbons along the bottom edge. She wears a similar tied ribbon in her hair, down the front of the outfit, and on her shoes. Her arms have poofy little separated sleeves, with a white opera glove on her left arm and a bracelet on her right wrist. She has mismatched thigh-high socks, with pink/white candy cane stripes on her left leg and plain white on her right.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Emu is very cheerful but also a bit naive. She's impulsive, acting on every idea that she comes up with. She often drags people around her into her plans.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
- Tenma Tsukasa: Fellow group member. They're working together to restore the Phoenix Wonderland Stage to its former glory.
- Kusanagi Nene: Fellow group member. Emu thinks she's great at singing. Nene thinks she's a weirdo.
- Kamishiro Rui: Fellow group member. Emu thinks he is cool, while Rui thinks she's wonderfully bizarre.
- Mochizuki Honami: Friend and fellow classmates from 1-B.
- Kiritani Haruka: Friends following the Miyamasuzaka Sports Festival event.
- Asahina Mafuyu: An upperclassman she got paired with for the 3-legged race during the sports festival. She can tell that Mafuyu's smiles aren't real, and is outright terrified of her as a result. Despite finding Mafuyu scary, she expresses a desire to make her genuinely smile, though her efforts don't always work out.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Emu sometimes inserts Japanese onomatopoeia in her speech when explaining something.