|“||Being a cute idol is a dream clerk.||”|
Hideri Kanzaki is Cafe Stile's fifth addition, hired for his adorable looks. The staff gets largely surprised, and it's not because Hideri plays an idol singer, yet never sings, but because Hideri is a boy.
Hideri comes from a family of farmers, but hates working there, and dreams of being a glamorous idol. He admits to applying as a waiter to fulfill his dream and avoid his nightmare of inheriting his parents' farm.
Hideri is a very picky person when it comes to clothes. He really prefers cute clothes. As seen in ‘An Idol Character, Too’, he was really pushy and picked on the manager, who he offered to help if the latter called him cute.
While he tries to behave feminine, his masculine side tends to emerge such as when he killed a roach with no problem.
Hideri has teal eyes and long silver hair with uneven bangs. His outfit is a little black headband with a ribbon (which could also be lace bunny ears) on top of the headband that's attached, his uniform is the same as the others, aside from added ribbons and her color of choice; teal. Many of his casual outfits include thigh-high socks.
- "Hideri" (日照り; but is written in Hiragana here) means "drought", in contrast to the "u" in Miu meaning "rain" (雨 - 'ame' in kunyomi or 'u' in onyomi). Considering that he and Miu are often seen together, this could mean something.
- His blood type is B.
- Hideri usually tries to speak with a girly voice, but when he is nervous, anxious or having a negative feeling in general, his natural masculine voice tends to emerge.
- Akizuki says that he's overworked in the kitchen, and they should hire male staff... Hideri is hired a day later.
- In the anime opening, when the waitress portraits flip to show them in character during work, Hideri is the exception. He is always in character as a cute girl.
- ↑ ブレンド・S, Wikipedia, Retrieved 14 Feburary 2018
- ↑ TV Tropes (last edited on 21 Apr 2018), visited on 8 May 2018, http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/BlendS
- ↑ Google Translate, visited on 8 May 2018