Minako - Fictional Characters

Fictional Characters

  • Minako Aino (also Sailor Venus), a character in the Sailor Moon series
  • Minako Yurihara, a character in the light novel Boogiepop series
  • Minako Ayuzawa, a character in the Maid Sama! series
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