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Yokihiko Ōta
太田 斧彦
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Yokihiko Ōta
Series Sakura Taisen 2: Kimi Shinitamou koto Nakare
Sakura Taisen 4 ~Koi Seyo, Otome~ ~Koi Seyo, Otome~
Profile
Age 36 (Sakura Taisen 2)
38 (Sakura Taisen 4)
Birthdate August 8th, 1888
Birthplace Nagano, Japan
Characteristics
Gender Male
Height 199 cm
Weight 142 kg
Hair Brown
Eyes Brown
Blood Type O
Appearances
First Appearance
(Game)
Sakura Taisen 2: Kimi Shinitamou koto Nakare
Last Appearance
(Game)
Sakura Taisen 4 ~Koi Seyo, Otome~ ~Koi Seyo, Otome~
First Appearance
(Anime)
Sakura Taisen: Katsudou Shashin
Last Appearance
(Anime)
Sakura Taisen: Katsudou Shashin
Media Portrayal
Japanese Voice Daisuke Gori
English Voice Jamieson Price (Sakura Wars: The Movie)

Yokihiko Ōta (太田 斧彦, Ōta Yokihiko) is a member of the Teikoku Kagekidan's Baragumi.

Appearance

Yokihiko is a muscular enormous man, with a androgynous style, and wears the commander male outfits.

Personality

Yokihiko, just like Kotone and Kikunojo, is a homossexual man with a peaceful, happy-go-lucky and friendly antics, which contrasts greatly with his enormous, imponent and strong visual presence. Just like his comrades, he has a crush into Ichiro Ogami, who Yokihiko calls him "Ichiro-Chan" and is shameless about admitting that. He has a normal costume of hugging everyone, even his enemies during battles.

Background

In the games

Sakura Taisen 2

Yokihiko debuted alongside the Rose Division as the comic relief members of the Hanagumi.

Sakura Taisen 4

He also understand the reasons of Kotone for dissolving the Rose Division, and prays for Ogami's success as the new commander of the Hanagumi.

In films and television

Sakura Wars: The Movie

Yokihiko plays a important role near the end arc of the movie, as the one who reveals the corrupt scheme of the Douglas-Stewart enterprises to strike down the Flower Division and leads the heroines to the headquarters of the Theater, which was take down by Brent Furlong's army.

In the manga

Etymology

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