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After my gramps died, my grandmother borrowed some money to keep his creation alive. She wanted to protect what he created by herself. As I spent a lot of time growing up with her, she became a "godly" in my eyes... Striving to become like that in my lifetime... Will I even be able to be called a good person?

― Kazuya to Chizuru Ichinose in Chapter 1

Kazuya Kinoshita (した かず, Kinoshita Kazuya?) is the main male protagonist of the Kanojo, Okarishimasu series. He is a college student at Nerima University who is majoring in Business Administration and he lives alone in an apartment in 203 Royal Hills Nerima [1].

Appearance Edit

Kazuya is a slim young man of average height whose appearance is rather dull where he lacks anything that makes him stand out, with messy spiky brown hair that falls all his face and brown eyes.

His apparel consists of an orange t-shirt worn with a black spiral in the center over another, long-sleeved black shirt and striped pants or jeans [2].

Personality Edit

Kazuya is an indecisive man who likes to immerse himself in his superiority, so he sometimes lies around him without hesitation. His lies often get him into trouble, because he cannot muster the strength, to tell the truth [1][3][4].

He makes the lies go on to avoid the problem of having to explain everything. An example of this is his fake relationship with Chizuru Ichinose kept up to cheer his grandma up [1]. On the other hand, he is aware he's getting himself into a lot of trouble in order to try to protect others' secrets and keep those close to him happy.

Despite all of this, he is generally a kind-hearted person and even shows great persistence at times and will go great lengths to help others.

Etymology Edit

  • The name Kazuya means "harmony, peace" (和) (kazu) and "to be, also" (也) (ya).
  • Kazuya's surname Kinoshita means "tree, wood" (木) (ki) and "under, below" (下) (shita).

Trivia Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Chapter 2
  2. Chapter 1
  3. Chapter 3
  4. Chapter 4
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