|Series||Sakura Taisen 2: Kimi Shinitamou koto Nakare|
Sakura Taisen 3 ~Pari wa Moeteiru ka~
Sakura Taisen 4 ~Koi Seyo, Otome~ ~Koi Seyo, Otome~
|Age||17 (Sakura Taisen 2) |
18 (Sakura Taisen 3)
19 (Sakura Taisen 4)
|Birthdate||July 7th, 1907|
|Relations||Seiya Ogata(father) |
|Place||Italy (Mixed Japanese-Italian parentage)|
|Powers||Energy Manipulation, able to control the path of lasers mounted on her Spirit Armour|
|Weapon||Psychically-manipulated fingertip-mounted lasers|
|Height||158 cm (5'2")|
|Sakura Taisen 2|
|Sakura Taisen 4 ~Koi Seyo, Otome~ ~Koi Seyo, Otome~|
|Sakura Wars: The Radiant Gorgeous Blooming Cherry BlossomsThe City of Water|
|Sakura Taisen: Sumire|
|Japanese Voice||Maya Okamoto|
|English Voice||Jessica Smolins (ADV Films) |
Melissa Fahn (credited as Tina Dixon) (Bandai/Geneon, FUNimation)
Orihime has a mixed Italian-Japanese heritage. She has lustrous black hair and a curvaceous figure. She usually wears a yellow and red dress.
An extremely beautiful Italian-Japanese girl with a thick Italian accent, Orihime was at first cordial to all of her fellow teammates except for Ichiro Ogami. The reason she holds a grudge against Oogami is because her Japanese father, Seiya Ogata, abandoned her; After that, she despised all Japanese men, thinking them unreliable. However, Ōgami managed to eventually reunite her with Ogata, with whom she made peace, and Orihime and Ōgami become close friends.
In The Games
In films and television
Orihime (織姫) means the weaving princess. This name also belonged to the weaving princess in the popular folktale of "The Weaver Girl and the Cowherd", and is celebrated during the Tanabata. Orihime is also the Japanese name of the star Vega.