Sayo is the most relatable Roselia Character. I love how much she struggles to keep up with her talented sister, and how she isn't good at too much in general. She just wants to be better than Hina at something, and I get that. She doesn't want to be perfect, she just wants to be good enough. The whole reason she joined Roselia was to try and show Hina up, but she ended up finding something more than something she was actually good at--a reason to stay. She formed a bond with all the Roselia members on her journey to become better. She now has good friends who support her rather than just stepping stones to beat Hina at something finally. She found herself, her own sound in Roselia, where she found she wasn't alone. This makes her relatable and I can totally connect with what Sayo feels. It's always difficult to feel like you have to compare yourself with others, and you can sometimes forget how great you are because it doesn't matter if you have a twin, you are your own person. Sayo learns that her sound is her own and that she doesn't have to beat Hina to be good. That's why I love her so much. She taught me how important it is to be myself.
Back at it again with another question where I can't pick a single answer. For the longest time Misaki has been my favourite HaroHapi member as her sarcastic attitude is iconic, but recently Kanon has been climbing the ranks because I'm a sucker for soft, shy characters like her.
Ah, PasuPare. Such cute idols, dancing around with pretty smiles and sweet costumes, right? No, wait. there's much more.
PasuPare is really unique as a concept. They're idols, but they're also a band, and that's something I find awesome.
Many people have told me ''PasuPare is only your favourite band because Maya is in it!!'' and that... is kind of true, I won't lie. I did learn a lot about PasuPare thanks to Maya, so that's not completely wrong. However, they are just so... real. I think it's because Aya cries really easily, so the topic of sadness isn't something that is avoided. Even if it was, it would be a total fail, because that'd be kinda OOC for Mrs. Maruyama (whom I love, by the way!). Life isn't all pink and cute, and Pastel*Palettes, as surprising as it can be, does an amazing work showing that.
Another thing I love about Pastel*Palettes would be their signatures. To me, they have the most original ones!
Aya's signature is just... so sweet. It really screams ''Aya Maruyama wrote this!!'', and the detail of turning a character into your face is super cute.
Is that the Latin Alphabet I see?! Yep, Chisato really made her signature without Japanese characters. It reminds me of my own handwriting but more ''closed'' and smaller. The flower reminds me to one of my favourite event stories, ''When the Flowers Bloom'', and that's a plus.
They were right when they said Hina was a genius. The little sun drawing is probably there because the ''Hi'' in ''Hina'' means ''Sun'', and the bird detail is just so... cute.