And here we end our DC II character introductions.
To fans of the first Da Capo game, Yoshino Sakura should be a very familiar sight. Sakura is both Sakurai Yoshiyuki’s guardian and principal of Kazami Academy. She is a long-time resident of Hatsune Island and while she tends to run off to America on a whim, she always comes back and greets everyone with a smile. Often enigmatic in her speech and even more eccentric in her mannerisms, Sakura carries an aura of warmth and compassion around her, making her a favorite and a curiosity among Kazami Academy’s student populace.
At a whopping 140cm (~4′ 7″), Sakura wins the gold for being the shortest member of the DC II cast, and just to add insult to injury, she’s also the flattest (68-51-72). But don’t let her diminutive size fool you! She is a woman of wonder, capable of magical things; her smile can light up a room, and brighten even the most downtrodden of spirits. If you loved her in Da Capo, you’ll love her here. If you hated her in Da Capo, you’ll still love her here!
Yoshino Sakura is voiced by none other than the eroge queen herself, Hokuto Minami. Credited in over 500 titles (and that’s a conservative estimate), she is another favorite here at Manga Gamer. Not only did she voice Sakura in the original Da Capo, but she also voices Saeki Kanako from D.C.I.F., Primula from Shuffle!, and Sonshoukou from Koihime Musou. With an almost absurd vocal range, she is the ‘God-tier’ voice actress capable of any and all roles, and Manga Gamer is delighted and honored to put her work on center stage, once more.
Thirty brownie points to whoever can name the third voice role she has done in the Da Capo franchise.