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Love Live Kousaka Honoka Mini Figurine with Ballchain (Bokutachi wa Hitotsu no Hikari)

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An eternal optimist and risk-taker, Kousaka Honoka served as the former leader of μ and is one of the most popular characters in Love Live!. Add to your Love Live! collectibles this mini ball chain figurine featuring the ever-energetic Honoka donning her outfit for the song, Bokutachi wa Hitotsu no Hikari. One of five Bandai Love Live! Swing Set from the Love Live! The School Idol Movie featuring other characters such as Minami Kotori, Sonoda Umi, Hoshizora Rin and Nishikino Maki. Collect all five!

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Product Description

Includes:
- Kousaka Honoka Mini Figurine with Ballchain

Measurements:
- 1.5" x 0.75"


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Biography

Kousaka Honoka(Love Live)

- Kousaka Honoka Bio by Tsunade


Name: Kousaka Honoka
Age: 18
Birthday: 3 August
Height: 157cm
Blood type: 0
Gender: Female

Kousaka Honoka is the main character of the anime series, Love Live. She is a second year student at Otonokizaka High School and is a popular school idol with the band, Muse. Her family owns a sweets shop and since young, she has been friends with fellow student and band mate, Minami Kotori. Personality-wise, Honoka is described as someone who is an optimist and a risk-taker, always appearing cheerful and is very determined to get things done when she sets her mind into it. Appearance-wise, Honoka has brown coloured hair and blue eyes. Like most of her band members, she wears a different outfit mostly in pink.

Her first appearance was in the first episode when it was announced that the Otonokizaka High School was going to be closed due to the low enrolment numbers. Determined to save her school from being shut down, she, along with Minami and Umi, devised a plan to form a school idol group in the hopes of attracting prospect students to enrol there instead. As a result, the school idol band, Muse, was formed.