Yoh Miyagi or You Miyagi[1] (宮城 庸, Miyagi Yō) is a main character in the Junjou Romantica series. His lover is Shinobu Takatsuki and their relationship is known as Junjou Terrorist.

Appearance

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Miyagi is 35 years old. He has black hair with the fringe reaching over his thickish eyebrows near his dark blue eyes. His ears are visible with the side of his hair shorter in proportion to the rest particularly the back which reaches to the midsection of his neck. His chin is somewhat square. He is seen wearing a dark two buttoned suit over a white collared undershirt and a dark purple tie.

Personality

Overview

Miyagi is the ex-husband of Shinobu's sister Risako Takatsuki, and currently the lover of Shinobu. He is 17 years older than Shinobu, he being 35 and Shinobu being 18. His first love was his Sensei in high school, and after her death, he had trouble truly opening his heart to new relationships. He divorced Risako after three years of marriage because of this. After the divorce, Shinobu made his move and finally tore the walls of Miyagi's heart, and Miyagi fell in love with his "terrorist".

Miyagi is a literature professor at Mitsuhashi University. He is Hiroki Kamijou's boss and a subordinate of Shinobu's father. Miyagi is often playful when it comes to teasing Hiroki. He once tries to kiss Hiroki but is stopped at the last minute by Nowaki Kusama. Nevertheless, he seems to be supportive of Hiroki's relationship with Nowaki.

Plot

History

Relationships

Shinobu Takatsuki

Miyagi falls in love with Shinobu

Navigation

Junjou Romantica characters
Main characters

Junjou Romantica
Misaki TakahashiAkihiko Usami

Junjou Egoist
Hiroki KamijouNowaki Kusama

Junjou Terrorist
Yoh MiyagiShinobu Takatsuki

Supporting characters

Eri AikawaRyuuichiro IsakaKaoru AsahinaKyo IjuuinRyou ShizukuishiHaruhiko UsamiKaoruko UsamiFuyuhiko UsamiMizuki ShiibaTanakaTakahiro TakahashiKeiichi SumiShinosuke TodoRisako TakatsukiTsumori

References

  1. Transliteration differences. "You" is confusing for English speakers and pronounced differently, so "Yoh" is generally used.
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