|Series||Sakura Taisen 3 ~Pari wa Moeteiru ka~|
Sakura Taisen 4 ~Koi Seyo, Otome~ ~Koi Seyo, Otome~
|Age||17 (Sakura Taisen 3) |
18 (Sakura Taisen 4)
|Birthdate||May 22nd, 1908|
|Place||France, is three-quarters Japanese and one-quarter French (on her maternal grandmother's side), came to France when she was 3 years old|
|Martial Talents||Kyūdō (archery)|
|Weapon||Built-in Semi-automatic Crossbow, Semi-automatic Bow & Arrows|
|Height||158 cm (5'2")|
|Sakura Taisen 3 ~Pari wa Moeteiru ka~|
|Sakura Taisen 4 ~Koi Seyo, Otome~|
|Sakura Taisen: Ecole de ParisThe Flowers of Dawn|
|Sakura Taisen: Le Nouveau Paris: Spire of Lightning|
|Japanese Voice||Yoshino Takamori|
|English Voice||Elise Baughman (FUNimation)|
Hanabi appears as a young girl with black hair and deep green eyes with white skin inherited from her grandmother in France.
The heiress of the Kitaoji Baron Family in Japan who is 1/4 French from her grandmother's side. A brought-up noble whom all mean address her as the perfect Yamato Nadeshiko. She was dormmates with Glycine Bleumer during her abroad stay, due to the Kitaoji and the Bleumer's relationship. She hardly as any knowledge of her birth country since she was raised on foreign soil since birth, thus she deeply studied towards most of Japanese culture where she became proficient at archery and enjoys literature.
However, Hanabi had a traumatic past regarding her arranged marriage by her father. On the day of their marriage, her fiance named Philip Di Marblanche died aboard a marine accident (detailed as an Italian Army's weapons test misfire in the novel). Ever since, she conceals herself in black costumes and suffers from aquaphobia to which she fears the sea, pools and other water-filled locations.
Upon joining the Fleur Division/Le Chattes Noires, she performs under the stage name "Tatamize Junnes" (french translated for “Yamato Nadeshiko”), and performs her theme dance under the title of “Tatamize Dance”.
In the games
In films and television
'Kitaōji ' (北大路) 'Kita' (北) means North, 'ō' (大) means big and 'ji' (路) means tract or road. That is, Kitaōji means "North Boulevard". It's derived from "Kitaoji Station", a train station in Kyoto.
'Hanabi' (花火) means fireworks.