Floral Namesake: Fireworks Jpn.: hana + hi = Eng.: quotflowerquot + quotfirequot with the hi changed to bi for euphony. quotHanabiquot is the name of a variety of hydrangea 6 Place of Origin: France is threequarters Japanese and onequarter French on her maternal grandmother039s side came to France when she was 3 years old. Talents: Kyd archery KoubuF Unit/KoubuF2 Unit: Colour: Black Weapons: Builtin Semiautomatic Crossbow Semiautomatic Bow amp Arrows Birthdate: May 22 1906 Age: 173rarr184 Height: 158 cm 50392quot Weight: 46 kg Blood Type: O Theme Song: quotKokoro no Kasawaquot quotUmbrella of the Heartquot A very quiet and shy girl who came to Paris for her studies. Because the House of Kitaoji and the House of Bleumer are old acquaintance the Bleumer family took care of her after her father Baron Kitaoji Masamichi left Paris. She is good friends with Glycine since boarding school. Because she has lived most of her life in France she has a strong interest in Japan. She is well versed in Japanese manners and arts however her knowledge although accurate is mostly based on purely formal traditional manners gathered from books. Because of this in comparison with the Teito Hanagumi members she is the closest to the typical image of the traditional Japanese woman reserved refined and obedient to men. She dances at Chattes Noires as quotTatamize Jeunequot roughly meaning a traditional quotJapanese girlquot in French. She has aquaphobia because of the trauma of losing her fianceacute Philippe de Maleblanche in a ship wreck on her wedding day. She wears a black dress as a mourning dress. She frequently visits Philippe039s grave. In Sakura Taisen: Le Nouveau Paris Masamichi Kitaoji Hanabi039s father comes to Paris for a surprise visit. During a mission as the Paris Hanagumi she and Coquelicot encounter him in front of Phillipe039s grave. Although usually calm and composed in trying to keep her involvement with the Paris Kagekidan a secret she panics and starts finishing her father039s sentence. In the game while teaching Ogami Japanese Calligraphy when Ogami spills ink on his shirt she starts taking off his shirt to prevent the stain until she realized what she was doing.