Hinata, the gentle heroine

Hinata, the gentle heroine

Let’s meet Hinata

When we first met Hinata, she was a meek, shy girl with a lack of self-confidence. Her self-confidence problem reflected in her skills, causing her father to think that she was not suited for her position as the clan’s heiress. Luckily she found an example in Uzumaki Naruto and learns through observing him to be more assertive. Hinata is a serene, thoughtful, kind person and also very polite which we can see in the way she addresses each person using the proper honorifics. She is empathic and it clashes with her fighting, making her dislike fighting altogether.

However, even if she dislikes fighting, she is gifted with an amazing ability, the Byakugan. The Byakugan is an ability her clan possesses. To Hinata, it grants a near 360° field of x-ray vision as well as the ability to see the chakra pathway system. If it is focused Byakugan’s sight can drastically increase its range in one direction to at least 20 kilometres.

Hinata’s name means, “place in the sun”. It is a name that reflects how she struggles to be seen and acknowledged. He favourite foods are cinnamon rolls and zentai, and she dislikes eating crabs and shrimp.

Here is Hinata’s Theme song. To listen, please follow our link: http://bit.ly/Hinata-Theme-Song

Hyuga Hinata wallpaper (size 1920 x1080)

Hyuga Hinata

Hyuga Hinata

Anime Character Birthdays Week 3 of December

Let’s look at the Anime Character Birthdays for this week. Who knows maybe someone shares a birthday with one of us!

Anime Birthdays (December 21, 2015 – December 27, 2015)

December 2015
21 Paiway Underberg (Vandread)
22 Hiromu Shinbo (Chobits)
23 Malik Ishtar (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
24 Tony Tony Chopper (One Piece), Ryouma Echizen (Prince of Tennis)
25 Miss Amane (Death Note)
26 Touji Suzuhara (Neon Genesis Evangelion)
27 Hinata Hyuga (Naruto)

Japanese Public Holidays this week

December 23 Emperor’s Birthday – for more information, please follow our link: http://bit.ly/Emperor-birthday
December 25 Christmas in Japan – for more information, please follow our link: http://bit.ly/Christmas-in-Japan

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