Naru is the first and most insistent to protest the idea of having a "pervert" as landlord of an all-girls dormitory.
Her frequent and eventually predictable response to anything Keitaro may do to irritate her is to physically beat him senseless, usually sending him flying into the stratosphere with what the dormitory residents dub "the Naru Punch".
Opting to travel together, they run into Mutsumi Otohime while on a cruise to Kagoshima.
Discovering that she, also, was on a trip of healing after having failed her Tokyo University entrance exam and concerned over her anemia, the pair include her in their travel group to see her home to Okinawa.
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Naru's hair antenna has since become a signature appearance that is synonymous with her character, as well as Mutsumi.
The unofficial "leader" of the girls living at the Hinata House, Naru possesses both physical beauty and intellectual brains.
When Mutsumi arrives at Hinata to attend the coming Tokyo University Entrance Exams Keitaro becomes turn between which girl to pursue, and matters are complicated more when Naru discovers that Mutsumi might be the promise girl Keitaro had pursuing these past years.However, her studies resulted in a decline in her social activities as well as damaging her eyesight to such a degree that, when not using contacts, she has to wear glasses with thick lenses in order to see clearly.Plot Naru first came to the Hinata Hotel as a sickly child.She is the most reliable and compassionate member of the household, and will stick her neck out for anybody that needs help, even people that would initially dislike her.On the flip side, she has a very short fuse and is quick to judge (particularly when Keitaro is involved).After Naru entered High School, Seta left to go overseas, but Naru promised him that one day she would get into Tokyo University.