Jun Naruse
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Kanji 成瀬 順
Rōmaji Naruse Jun
Hair color Black
Eye color Grey
Gender Female
Race Human
Height 5.6"
Weight Unknown
Blood type Unknown
Age 15
Birthday November 23
Relatives Izumi Naruse (mother)

Mr. Watarai (father)

Affiliations Unknown
Status Alive
Voice Actor
Japanese Inori Minase
First Appearance
Film The Anthem of the Heart

Jun Naruse (Kanji: 成瀬 順, Rōmaji: Naruse Jun, [naɾɯse dʑɯn]) is the main character in The Anthem of the Heart.

Her words have been sealed away ever since she was a child, due to her blaming herself for her parents divorce.

Her only ways of communication are by sending messages through her cellphone, and by singing. Any attempt to speak causes her to have severe stomach pains.

Personality Edit

At a young age, Jun was very talkative and cheerful. However, due to her believing she was the cause of her parents divorce, she believed she spoke too much. As a result, she can barely force herself to speak at all, due to fear.

She tries her best to avoid any interactions with others, due to her inability to properly communicate. However, she yearns for a way to communicate her feelings.

Her life changed when she met Takumi Sakagami. She believed that he was "peeking into her heart", and because of him, she learned she could communicate her feelings through song.

Over time, she gradually came out of her shell, and by the end of the movie, was able to communicate normally.

Appearance Edit

Jun Naruse is a short girl with short black hair and grey eyes. Most of the time, she wears a seifuku consisting of a white long-sleeved top with a collar and grey buttons, a white shirt underneath with a collar with what appears to be a light grey butterfly on it, a grey bow around the neck, a long white skirt, a pair of black tights and a pair of brown uwabaki.

She also wears casual outfits outside of school.

Trivia Edit

Quotes Edit

  •  "Dont tell people to disappear like it's nothing! Words can hurt people! You can't ever take them back"
  • (To Sakagami ) "Are you peeking into my heart?"


References Edit

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