Affiliated Junior High

Some articles on affiliated junior high, high:

List Of Da Capo Series Characters - Da Capo: Girls Symphony - Original Main Characters
... Shio is the protagonist of Da Capo Girls Symphony as the student of Kazami affiliated junior high class 2-2 ... 稜平, Shinomiya Ryōhei?) Voiced by Tatsuhisa Suzuki Ryohei is the student of Kazami affiliated junior high class 2-2, the fourth son of Shinomiya family ... by Yudo Suzuki Kohei is the student of Kazami affiliated junior high class 2-2, the third son of Shinomiya family and the monozygotic twin brother of Ryohei ...
List Of Da Capo Series Characters - Da Capo II - Since Plus Situation
... Nanahashi / Kaori Mizuhashi Maya is the class chairman of Kazami affiliated junior high class 3-3 ... Hanasaki Akane?) Voiced by Izumi Maki / Natsumi Yanase Akane is the student of Kazami affiliated junior high class 3-3 ... / Shizuka Itō Mayuki is the student of Kazami senior high class 2-1 and the vice-chairman of the student council and one of Otome's friends ...
List Of Da Capo Series Characters - Da Capo III - Main Characters
... Kiyotaka is the protagonist and is a second year student of Kazami affiliated junior high class 2-1, he lives with Charles and next door to Himeno ... Morizono (森園 立夏, Morizono Rikka?) Voiced by Emi Nitta Ricca is a student of Kazami affiliated junior high class 3-2 ... Katsuragi Himeno?) Voiced by Mikoi Sasaki Himeno is a second student of Kazami affiliated junior high class 2-1 ...

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