List of School Days Characters

This is a list of characters from the visual novel School Days and its adaptations. Most of the characters and their birthdays are named after Japanese Prime Ministers.

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... Minami Obuchi (小渕 みなみ, Obuchi Minami?) Voiced by Minami Kuribayashi Minami Obuchi is a student in class four who is the most obedient friend of Otome and bullies Kotonoha ... Her name and birthday are derived from Keizo Obuchi ...

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