• Availability Information Sorry, due to licensing limitations, videos are unavailable in your region: Ouran High School Host Club Sorry, due to licensing limitations, videos are unavailable in your region: Ouran High School Host Club (English Dub) • About the Show You’ll fall for the boys in the Ouran Host Club: Tamaki’s truly romantic. Kaoru and Hikaru offer displays of brotherly love. You’ll adore You’ll fall for the boys in the Ouran Host Club: Tamaki’s truly romantic.
Kaoru and Hikaru offer displays of brotherly love. You’ll adore brainy Kyoya, innocent Honey, and manly Mori.
Oh, and don’t forget Haruhi. He knows what girls want—of course, it’s because he’s a girl too! The Hosts must do their best to hide her secret, but Haruhi’s having a blast turning their perfect world upside down. .
more • User Ratings Over a decade ago now, Ouran High School Host Club was released and quickly became a fan favorite. ‘Ouran Koukou Host Club’, also known as Ouran Highschool Host Club is an anime adaptation of a Manga of the same name written by Bisco Hatori. Ouran High School Host Club is not just a mere comedy though, as there are more than a few touching and heartwarming moments shared between the characters. On top of that, there is the storyline throughout the show of host club leader Tamaki having a crush on Haruhi.
This is probably why the show became so popular and has fans wanting more. On MyAnimeList, Ouran High School Host Club is ranked at #359 with a rating of 8.17 with about 900k members. Meanwhile, on IMBD the series had received a rating of 8.3, which is based on user feedback. But what are the chances of that happening? When will Ouran Highschool Host Club get a season 2? The anime follows Haruhi, who, after accidentally breaking an expensive vase, joins her new high school’s host club to pay off her debt.
However, due to her short hair, the other students at the school think she is a boy, and this must be kept a secret for her to remain in the host club. The show is full ouran high school host club crazy plot lines and overall hilarity as Haruhi and the crew attempt to protect her identity while finding themselves in a number of shenanigans.
There’s no end to it! Therefore, we will be waiting for another season of this fantastic series ‘Because That’s What Heroes Do!’ However, is there any official announcement regarding Season 2? Well, let’s check it out.
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This was the closest thing to an ‘Official Announcement’ that fans were eagerly waiting for. It was speculated that after 14 years of wait, fans will get to enjoy the second season by 2022.
However, no definite statement can be put forward until the officials themselves announce the next season or at least hint to us about it. the original director currently isn’t working on anything, and the show’s only seen its popularity grow ouran high school host club the years. It’s possible that the next entry in the franchise might be a movie or a reboot instead of Season 2, but that’s just as exciting for fans who have been waiting so long.
If the rumors of a possible upcoming Ouran High School Host Club Season 2 are true, then the earliest fans can expect to see new episodes is likely end-2022, as the Bones studio has experienced some delays due to COVID-19.
What Can We Expect From Season 2 of Ouran Highschool Host Club? Therefore, the plot for the next season would still be the same, the fun and entertaining journey of the Host Club in Ouran Academy. The series ended with all 7 members of the Club happily embracing the fact that the club is filled with stupid stuff but they love it nevertheless. Accordingly, the plot can still rely on the older fashion of storytelling and impress its fans.
At the end of the first season of Ouran High School Host Club, Haruhi and Tamaki reveal their romantic feelings for one another, but it seems like Kyoya is still in the running. Both Tamaki and Kyoya’s fathers are very involved in the Host Club, and each parent wants their son to marry Haruhi in the long run. The ouran high school host club season ends with the fathers talking business, setting up what could be major issues going forward, and tension between the two friends.
The series could potentially dive deeper into the background of our main characters like Tamaki, and Honey but also flesh out other characters like Eclair Tonnerre and Otori Family. Thus, the presence of source material and an episodic approach can easily help Ouran Highschool Host Club in getting another season.
"Ouran High School Host Club" follows a teenage girl named Haruhi Fujioka as she starts attending the prestigious Ouran High School on scholarship.
Shortly after arriving, Haruhi enters a room looking for a place to study, only to stumble upon a meeting of the Host Club, consisting of six male students who have female "clients" that they entertain during their visits. Unfortunately, Haruhi is rather clumsy, and she destroys an expensive vase.
The club, thinking she's a boy, has her join the club as a "Host" to pay back the loss. Well, it turns out that Haruhi has a natural talent with charming girls, and even after the boys find out that she's really a girl, they keep her secret so that she can remain a Host with them. The romantic comedy anime was very popular after it was released, and while there were drama CDs, a visual novel, and a live-action series that came out around the same time and later, there hasn't been a second season of the fan-favorite anime.
15 years after Season 1 was released, fans are still waiting for a second season of "Ouran High School Host Club," but will it ever come? Here's everything we know so far about "Ouran High School Host Club" Season 2. Unfortunately for fans of the older series, there is still no word on a possible second season and it's been more than 15 years.
Rumors have been swirling for a long time now, with English voice cast actor Todd Haberkorn supposedly stating in a video a few years ago that he was approached by the original creators about Season 2, as reported by multiple media outlets like OtakuKart, but since then there's been nothing.
Despite that, you can never really give up hope for another season when it comes to anime. There are many examples of anime that have gone over 10 years between seasons, such as the show "Digimon Adventure 02," which finished airing in 2001 and released the movie "Digimon Adventure tri. 1: Saikai" 14 years later. There was also 11 years between "Soukyuu no Fafner: Dead Aggressor" and "Soukyuu no Fafner: Dead Aggressor – Exodus," while the "Gunbuster" series had 16 years between seasons.
"Ouran High School Host Club" has a lot working in its favor, as the animation studio Bones is still going strong, the original director currently isn't working on anything, and the show's only seen its popularity grow over the years.
It's possible that the next entry in the franchise might be a movie or a reboot instead of Season 2, but that's just as exciting for fans who have been waiting so long. If the rumors of a possible upcoming "Ouran High School Host Club" Season 2 are true, then the earliest fans can expect to see new episodes is likely mid 2022, as the Bones studio has experienced some delays due to COVID-19 and has both "My Hero Academia 5" and "The Case Study of Vanitas" expected soon ( Anime News Network).
At the center of "Ouran High School Host Club" is Haruhi, but she is always with the six other members of the Host Club. The president of the club is Tamaki Suoh, the most popular Host with classic good looks and blonde hair. Although it takes him a long time to admit it, Tamaki develops strong romantic feelings for Haruhi. Always by Tamaki's side is Kyoya Ootori, who has black hair and glasses.
He is the club member who handles the finances and other behind-the-scenes details, leaving the actual entertaining ouran high school host club everyone else. Then there are the mischievous twins, Kaoru and Hikaru Hitachiin, who most — save Haruhi — can barely tell apart.
Mitsukuni "Honey" Haninozuka and Takashi "Mori" Morinozuka are cousins by marriage who care for each other like brothers. Mori is the tall, dark, and handsome Host, while Honey, despite being 18 ouran high school host club old, looks about six and uses his natural cuteness to appeal to his clients. Haruhi has a very close relationship with every member in the group and most of them have some sort of romantic feeling for her, but her connection to Tamaki is the strongest.
At the end of the first season of "Ouran High School Host Club," Haruhi and Tamaki reveal their romantic feelings for one another, but it seems like Kyoya is still in the running.
Both Tamaki and Kyoya's fathers are very involved in the Host Club, and each parent wants their son to marry Haruhi in the long run. The first season ends with the fathers talking business, setting up what could ouran high school host club major issues going forward and tension between the two friends.
While Season 1 doesn't go far enough into the romance for any of the characters to kiss, the show sets up a potential romantic relationship between Haruhi and Tamaki. If the second season were to follow the events of the manga, which has since completed its story, then it would show Haruhi and Tamaki's affections develop into a serious relationship.
In the manga, the couple eventually gets married, but since the anime doesn't necessarily have to follow the exact same story, anything could happen.
While a few of the main Hosts graduate from Ouran High School during the show, they frequently come back to help out with hosting duties, so there's no reason to worry that any of the main characters wouldn't return in Season 2 episodes. Fans of "Ouran High School Host Club" just need to keep their hopes up for another season to come soon. Within the world of anime, there's no telling when or if a show will be continued, no matter how many years after the fact it may be.
Chuang Yi Magazine LaLa Demographic Shōjo Original run September 2002 – November 2010 Volumes 18 ( List of volumes) Anime television series Directed by Takuya Igarashi Produced by Toshio Nakatani Manabu Tamura Masahiko Minami Masahiro Yamashita Written by Yōji Enokido Music by Yoshihisa Hirano Studio Bones Licensed by Funimation Channel Original run April 5, 2006 – September 26, 2006 Episodes 26 ( List of episodes) Television drama Produced by Choru Han Yasuhito Tachibana Written by Ikeda Natsuko Music by Kyo Nakanishi Original network TBS Original run July 22, 2011 – September 30, 2011 Episodes 11 Live action film • Ouran High School Host Club (2012) Ouran High School Host Club ( Japanese: 桜蘭高校ホスト部, Hepburn: Ōran Kōkō Hosuto Kurabu) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Bisco Hatori, and serialized in Hakusensha's LaLa magazine between the September 2002 and November 2010 issues.
The series follows Haruhi Fujioka, a scholarship student at Ouran Academy, and the other members of the popular host club. The romantic comedy focuses on the relationships within and outside the Club and satirizes the clichés and stereotypes that endure in shōjo manga.
 The manga has been adapted into a series of audio dramas, an animated television series directed by Takuya Igarashi and produced by Bones, a Japanese television drama series, a 2012 live-action film adaptation, and a visual novel by Idea Factory.
See also: List of Ouran High School Host Club characters The comedic series revolves around the escapades of Haruhi Fujioka, a scholarship student at the prestigious Ouran Academy, a fictitious school for rich kids located in Bunkyo, Tokyo. Looking for a quiet place to study, Haruhi stumbles upon the abandoned Third Music Room, a place where the Ouran Academy Host Club, a group of six male students, gathers to entertain female "clients" with sweets and tea.
During their initial encounter, Haruhi accidentally destroys an antique vase valued at ¥8,000,000 (around US$80,000) and must work off the debt as the club's errand boy. Her short hair, slouching attire, and gender-ambiguous face cause her to be mistaken by the Hosts for a male student, though they soon realize her actual gender and the fact that she's a "natural" in entertaining girls, promoting her to full-Host status.
 Media [ edit ] Manga [ edit ] Main article: List of Ouran High School Host Club chapters The Ouran High School Host Club manga was serialized in Japan between the September 2002 and November 2010 issues of LaLa.  The individual chapters were collected in 18 tankōbon volumes between August 5, 2003 and April 5, 2011.   Hakusensha released a fanbook for the series on August 4, 2009 titled Ōran Kōkō Hosuto Kurabu Fanbukku: Uki Doki Kōryaku Daisakusen ( 桜蘭高校ホスト部(クラブ)ファンブック～うきドキ☆攻略大作戦～).
 The series is licensed in English North America by Viz Media under its Shojo Beat imprint, and in Indonesia in the monthly manga magazine Hanalala. It is published in Singapore (in both simplified Chinese and English) by Chuang Yi, and in Poland by JPF.  Anime [ edit ] Main article: List of Ouran High School Host Club episodes A 26-episode anime television series aired between April 5 and September 26, 2006 on NTV.
 The series was produced by Nippon Television, VAP, Bones and Hakusensha. It was directed by Takuya Igarashi, with Yōji Enokido handling series composition and writing the scripts, Kumiko Takahashi designing the characters and Yoshihisa Hirano composing the music.
It features a different cast from the audio dramas, with Maaya Sakamoto as Haruhi Fujioka and Mamoru Miyano as Tamaki Suoh. The series is licensed for distribution in North America by Funimation Entertainment.
Caitlin Glass is the ADR director of the series. The first anime DVD set containing the first thirteen episodes was released on October 28, 2008 in North America.  The second volume containing the last thirteen episodes was released on January 6, 2009. On April 27, 2009, the series made its North American television debut on the Funimation Channel.  Music and audio CDs [ edit ] Three drama CDs were released in 2003, as well as two tracks included in LaLa magazine's 28th and 29th anniversary CDs.
Three soundtracks were released by Video and Audio Project for the Ouran High School Host Club anime adaptation. The first, Ouran High School Host Club Soundtrack & Character Song Collection (Part 1), was released in Japan on July 26, 2006, and contained twenty tracks, including the anime opening theme song. The second, Ouran High School Host Club Soundtrack & Character Song Collection 2, included an additional nineteen tracks and was released on August 23, 2006.
On September 20, 2007, a third soundtrack, the Ouran High School Host Club Soundtrack & Character Song Collection Special Edition was released containing eight songs from the previous two tracks, with four additional songs. Visual novel [ edit ] The Ouran Host Club visual novel was released for PlayStation 2 on April 19, 2007 by Idea Factory.
 Based on the television series, the player makes decisions as Haruhi that affect the other hosts feelings toward her. The game features Jean-Pierre Léo, a longtime French friend of Tamaki, and Sayuri Himemiya, a childhood friend of Haruhi, designed by ouran high school host club series creator. There are two other original characters. The game has been released exclusively in Japan.
A Nintendo DS port of the game, updated with a fully voiced cast and new character-specific scenarios, was released on March 19, 2009.  Live-action TV series and film [ edit ] Main article: Ouran High School Host Club (film) A live-action TV series of Ouran began airing in Japan on TBS on July 22, 2011. The live-action adaption features Yusuke Yamamoto as Tamaki Suou and Haruna Kawaguchi as Haruhi Fujioka.  A live-action film of Ouran was announced during a fan meeting on August 25, 2011 and continues off from the conclusion of the television series.
All actors of the live-action television series reprised their roles. The film was released on March 17, ouran high school host club.   It was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on October 10, 2012. The series had a spin-off named Ouran High School Host Club: Haruhi no Happy Birthday Daisakusen with the same cast that was originally broadcast on January 6, 2012, by LISMO drama, a mobile drama provided by au.
This LISMO drama tells an original story worked on by the author of the manga. The drama revolves around the host club members becoming flustered upon learning that it is Haruhi's birthday. Through their misunderstandings about celebrating her birthday, the members make Haruhi angry.
Kawaguchi, who plays Haruhi Fujioka, commented, "You will see an explosion of this well-known bright and silly character! It was fun playing the role, and all the host club members enjoyed the filming." Each episode is approximately five minutes long, and there are four episodes.
 Reception [ edit ] The series is a parody of otaku culture, especially cross-dressing. The club often dresses up in dazzling costumes, and Renge Hōshakuji is also identified as an otaku.  Rose Bridges, writing for Anime News Network, regards Ouran as being the first example of a " fujoshi comedy" genre—loosely defined as humorous anime with predominantly male casts that cater to shipping-obsessed fangirls.
 Mangaka Bisco Hatori appeared at Anime Expo 2019 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California, USA. During several interviews and panels, she indicated that she would welcome another project concerning the characters and topics covered in Ouran but could not produce an anime and advised fans to continue petitioning the studio.
When asked about the Boy Love suggested in the series, she stated that Ouran has always been meant to be a parody of shōjo manga, but doesn't feel there is a thematic gap between shōjo and BL themes. As for Haruhi being a female, it was revealed that the character was originally meant to be a boy, but one of her editors suggested a gender swap.
Thus, Hatori invented a female character that "doesn't need to dress up like a boy other than the fact that those are the clothing she wears and likes" without subtext. She expressed that she isn't hung up on genre parameters or gender orientation because every person should be proud of being unique while remaining true to themselves.
In summation, Hatori stressed Ouran being a story about family and friendship, without any intention of being a pioneer of "fujoshi comedy," though admits that it happened just the same.  References [ edit ] • ^ Bridges, Rose (September 2, 2015). "The Secret Revolution of Ouran High School Host Club". Anime News Network ouran high school host club. Retrieved August 16, 2019.
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This is without a doubt the best anime I have seen so far.
It's in the romance/comedy genre and is full of some of the funniest characters ever! Haruhi is a "commoner" scholarship student who enters elite Ouran High School, where lineage is second only to wealth, and becomes indebted to the Host Club, six male students who let the female students of Ouran enjoy their company.
They each take the role of a certain "character" to entertain the girls; The prince, the loli-shota, the cool type, the silent type and the "brotherly-love" twins. Needless to say, hilarity ensues. The plot is mainly light and fluffy, but touches on lesbianism, twincest and severely obnoxious people. Personally, I think it would be absolutely fine for anybody aged 12 or above, as none of these heavy themes are dealt with clearly.
One can take what one wants from it. I urge anyone who enjoys anime to watch this, as it will certainly raise more than a few laughs.
Contents • 1 Background • 2 Club Activities • 3 The Hosts • 3.1 Tamaki Suoh • 3.2 Kyoya Ootori • 3.3 Kaoru and Hikaru Hitachiin • 3.4 Mitsukuni "Honey" Haninozuka and Takashi "Mori" Morinozuka • 3.5 Haruhi Fujioka • 4 Other Members • 5 Customers • 5.1 Haruhi's customers • 5.2 Tamaki's customers • 5.3 Kyoya's customers • 5.4 Hikaru and Kaoru's customers • 5.5 Honey and Mori's customers • 6 Mottos • 7 Gallery Background Prior to the establishment of the club, many of its members were considered misfits of sorts; however, as time progressed, the members of the club skyrocketed in terms of popularity among their peers, especially the girls.
The club was created with the sole purpose and vow of entertaining and pleasing all who visit the club regardless of the person's background or preferences. However, Kyoya acknowledges that the hosts' professional networks benefit greatly from one another and that they all planned to utilize this since the beginning.
Female customers are called "princesses" and male guests, like Ritsu Kasanoda, are allowed and treated cordially or romantically, as they prefer. Guests are expected to mind their manners and those who cross the line, like Seika Ayanokoji, are banned from future activities.
The Host Club usually holds a fundraiser each season of the school year for publicity. The club also sells seasonal photo albums of each host (made with pictures collected by Kyoya's spycams) and periodically auctions off the hosts' belongings.
Due to the fact that the Host Club is an independently managed club, all profits go directly back into the club's budget for future events, as well as practical upkeep. Each host collects points based on how much profit they reel in. Kyoya and Tamaki take the club's reputation seriously at all times. Kyoya sends each girl a bouquet when the club's beach trip is ruined by bullies, and he ouran high school host club asks the customers to leave when the twins tell their story about their burglar/maid.
Tamaki also scolds the twins for not acting like hosts when they conduct their fake fight in the cafeteria. The Host Club is the only school club that fits into neither the sports nor cultural sectors. The club also has no faculty advisor. When Tamaki first suggested his club idea to Kyoya, Kyoya remarked that such an odd club had the potential to be brilliant if managed correctly. When they win the rights to the central salon for the school festival in Chapter 24, Kyoya is pleased that the club will be recorded in school history.
Club Activities The Hosts usually have a theme and different club activities each day.
The Hosts have different "types" and "techniques" to entertain their guests, the most typical of which is cosplay and hosting a tea-and-conversation service, though tea-and-flirting is preferred by its guests. The Club also has an active website where updates about events, photos and online auctions may be viewed. A ouran high school host club blog is run by Kyoya, and its exclusive information is not available to anyone else, not even the school newspaper.
An example of an auction item is Haruhi's mechanical ouran high school host club as mentioned in Ep 09 - A Challenge From Lobelia Girls' Academy! Guests sign up for a time slot with their designated hosts. Based on availability, they can either sign up as a group or for one-on-one time. As seen in Chapter 68's orienteering rally, regular customers actually learn quite a lot about fine art and Japanese history by attending.
The club primarily caters to the high school sector of Ouran Academy, but there are hosts in other grades. For example, Shiro Takaoji, an elementary student, and Honey and Mori host regularly even after graduating from the high school whilst in attendance at Ouran University. The club meets every day after school for two hours, but only one hour is spent entertaining guests.
The rest of the time is spent setting up, cleaning, and planning activities. Yuzuha Hitachiin provides most of their costumes. Toru Suzushima's family company provides their china sets. Roses are the basic motif of the club; each member has a designated rose color and hands them out freely to customers. The Hosts • Tamaki Suoh - The "Prince Charming" Type • Kyoya Ootori - The "Cool" Type • Mitsukuni "Honey" Haninozuka - The "Loli-Shota" Type • Takashi "Mori" Morinozuka - The "Wild" Type ("Strong and Silent" Type in the dubbed version) • Kaoru Hitachiin - One of the two "Little Devil" Types • Hikaru Hitachiin - One of the two "Little Devil" Types • Haruhi Fujioka - The "Natural" Type Tamaki Suoh With his good looks and princely charm, Tamaki is the titular President and most popular member of the Host Club, with a 70% request rate according to the club's true director, Kyoya.
His rose's color is white. He enjoys being referred to as King or Tono, and personally recruited all of the other members, except for Haruhi. Although he persists in declaring that his affection for Haruhi is fatherly, he eventually realizes that he's in love with her. Kyoya Ootori Shrewd and calculating, Kyoya is known as the "Shadow King" because he controls it from behind the scenes, allowing Tamaki to serve as its figurehead and top draw.
He and Tamaki, while seemingly different in personality, are actually good friends.
He is the "Mommy" of the Host Club while Tamaki is the "Daddy." He is rarely seen with guests as his time is spent keeping track of expenses, developing profitable events and making sure those events come off as planned. The club's existence depends on his fundraising ability and he keeps the Host Club treasury full with and without their knowledge.
He claims he never does anything that will not benefit himself in some way but is, in fact, much more like Tamaki than he lets on; his egoistic facade stemming from his conflicted desires to both oppose and impress his father. Kaoru and Hikaru Hitachiin They are mostly known as the Hitachiin twins, "Little Devils," or "evil doppelgängers" (the last title only used by Tamaki).
Hikaru's rose is pale blue; Kaoru's is orange/coral. When hosting, they demonstrate an excessive brotherly love which borders on the incestuous, but which appeals to a large percentage of their clientele.
Sometimes they play the "Which one is Hikaru?" Game, asking the guesser to tell them apart.
Said game has only ever been won by Tamaki once (via intuition), but by Haruhi consistently. No one else had ever had Haruhi's keen insight, and her ability to identify them as independent and different people earns their respect and affection.
The Host Club members are the first friends the twins have had apart from one another.
Mitsukuni "Honey" Haninozuka and Takashi "Mori" Morinozuka Commonly known as Honey and Mori (respectively), these are the club's two eldest members.
Honey is the only Club member smaller than Haruhi and although he is 18, he looks to be about six years old and his rose color is pink. The Morinozuka family has served the Haninozuka family for generations but after the clans were united ouran high school host club marriage, the master-servant relationship became familial, making Honey and Mori cousins.
Despite this, Mori continues to watch out for Honey and is the only ouran high school host club able to control his boisterous personality; they share a relationship much like that of brothers.
Honey is the "boy Lolita" of the club, who charms girls by being excessively cute, while Mori is the strong and silent type with the dark blue rose. After they graduate high school in the manga, they visit the club regularly to help entertain.
Haruhi Fujioka Forced to join the host club after accidentally breaking an expensive Renaissance vase, Haruhi is the only girl in the club; although when they first meet her, they mistake her for a gay boy. Gradually, each Host realizes (for different reasons) the truth.
She reluctantly accepts an invitation to become a Host in order to work off the cost of the vase, continuing to disguise herself as a boy and over time, becoming a welcome and valued member. She is a "natural rookie" and attracts customers with her modesty. Her rose color is deep red. Haruhi even admits that she enjoys the romantic attention from girls. By the end of the manga, she has entertained over 200 guests. The ouran high school host club hosts love her dearly, in their various ways, and are shown to be extremely protective of her; she in turn grows deeply attached to each of them.
Tamaki, Hikaru, Kaoru, and possibly Mori and Kyoya each develop romantic feelings for her. In the anime, the romance is not explored, though in the manga it is revealed that she and Tamaki eventually marry.
Other Members • Renge Houshakuji - The Host Club's self-proclaimed manager • Shiro Takaoji - The "naughty" type, Tamaki's apprentice • Ritsu Kasanoda - Mori's apprentice • Umehito Nekozawa - often referred to as the "unofficial eighth host" Customers From left to right: Kimiko, Momoka, Ruri, Shiori, Tsubaki, Honoka, Yuriko, Azusa, Haruna, Kozue, Marika, Ayumi Many of the hosts' regular customers feature or cameo in the anime and manga. Haruhi's customers • Kanako Kasugazaki (former) • Renge Houshakuji • Ritsu Kasanoda • Momoka Kurakano • Kimiko Sakurazuka • Ruri Karasuma (烏丸 瑠璃) Tamaki's customers • Seika Ayanokoji (former) • Ayame Jounouchi • Megumi Kanoya (former) • Tsubaki Kamigamo • Shiori Igawa (夷川 栞) • Honoka Kimiwada (君和田 ほのか) Kyoya's customers • Yuriko Aika (秋 鹿 百合 子) • Azusa Suwaki (州 胁 梓) Hikaru and Kaoru's customers • Haruna Usami (宇佐美 阳 菜) • Kozue Kitamikado (北 御 门 梢) Honey and Mori's customers • Reiko Kanazuki • Marika Mikamo (三 鸭 茉莉花) • Ayumi Munakata (宗 像 亜 弓) Mottos These are according to Ouran High School Host Club manga: • First Motto: Be strong, be dignified and be beautiful.
• Second Motto: Unending research is a guide for a good guy. GalleryThis is a wikia about the hit romcom series with 108 articles since February 14, 2009. This wiki contains SPOILERS for the Ouran High School Host Club franchise. Where Can I Find? Ouran at Your Fingertips Guidelines for Editors: Wiki Rules Wanted: Editors interested in writing summaries for the Ouran manga.
If so, contact Luxartisan What's it About? Ouran Academy is an elite upper school catering to the ultra-rich. Haruhi Fujioka is a middle-class scholarship student, a rarity at the school. While searching for a quiet place to study, she stumbles upon an unused music room which turns out to be the club room for the Ouran Host Club — a group of idle rich boys, possessing exceptional good-looks, who entertain female clients.
After accidentally knocking over a priceless Rennaissance vase that's worth far more than Haruhi can possibly repay (¥8 million), she is forced to join the Host Club as an "errand boy" to work off her debt. Soon after, however, Haruhi proves to be a natural host (no training needed) and is promoted to full status as a Host of the Ouran Host Club. It then becomes clear that something isn't quite as it seems. Who's Your Favorite Host? Mori All Characters About the Creator Bisco Hatori (葉鳥ビスコ Hatori Bisuko) is a Japanese manga artist.
She is best known for her breakout hit series, Ouran High School Host Club, which appeared in serial form in Hakusensha's LaLa magazine between September 2002 and November 2010. The initial chapters of the manga were re-envisioned in 2006 as a 26-episode anime series and further adapted in 2007 and 2009 into dating sim games.
In 2011, the series re-emerged as a dorama with an accompanying gekijouban. The anime, manga and dorama formats have all been translated into multiple world languages. 1/100 Visit us on the Dorama page. We'll be waiting! Featured Article Kyoya Ootori is a main character and 2nd-year student at Ouran Academy who is also the cost-conscious and calculating vice-president of the Host Club that he co-founds with his best friend, Tamaki Suoh.
Despite Tamaki's position as the President, Kyoya is the true director, playing the role of a puppet-master behind the scenes, earning him the nickname, "The Shadow King." As the third son of the wealthy and noble Ootori family, he believes he must surpass his two elder brothers if he wishes to please his father.
He works extremely hard to meet his strict father's high expectations in order to be considered as the next family patriarch, however unlikely that may be. In the anime, it is seen that under the influence of Tamaki's ouran high school host club, his younger demeanor as a superficial cad is transformed and Kyoya grows to be a rational, but humanistic individual. His obsession with the patriarchy is all but gone and this, ironically, pleases his father most.
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Haruhi Fujioka (Haruna Kawaguchi) is a female high school student the prestigious Ouran Academy. Unlike most of the students who come from wealthy families, Haruhi Fujioka comes from a modes. Read all Haruhi Fujioka (Haruna Kawaguchi) is a female high school student the prestigious Ouran Academy.
Unlike most of the students who come from wealthy families, Haruhi Fujioka comes from a modest family background and entered the school with an academic scholarship. One day, she wand. Read all Haruhi Fujioka (Haruna Kawaguchi) is a female high school student the prestigious Ouran Academy.
Unlike most of the students who come from wealthy families, Haruhi Fujioka comes from a modest family background and entered the school with an academic scholarship.
One day, she wanders around the campus and stumbles by accident into the school's "host club". The host clu. Read all Ouran High School Host Club the movie was just so so. I still found the same let downs as I did with the drama : too closely to an anime, overracting, idiotic scenes (but not that many), crazy characters that promised a more in depth exploration of their personality and past, which never happened etc However, this one also had a really odd conclusion to the love story.
One thing that I liked in the drama was the love triangle. Here, however, the love triangle was weak and the love story didn't have a nice, satisfying ending. There were some things that I did enjoy however: Nichkhun's cameo, Chiba's character, the sport festival and the way the hosting club teamed up and competed. I also liked the leading lady, the most reasonable character.
So, five out of ten.