10 Facts About Mai Sakurajima You Should Know

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Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai is among the most popular anime on MaL with more than 1 million members & a popularity ranking of #73.

A supernatural phenomenon called “Adolescence Syndrome” keeps occurring and this syndrome causes abnormal and irregular experiences in teens’ lives.

One of those teens is Sakurajima Mai, a teenage actress, who is becoming invisible to everyone. As she wanders through a library dressed as a bunny girl, she is shocked to encounter a boy who can actually see her. After that, he tries to solve this mystery and help her with her syndrome.

Mai is a very popular character not just because of her beautiful looks but also because of her charming personality. You know, it just goes well together.

Here are 10 facts about Mai Sakurajima!

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#10 She loves Sakuta more than he thinks

Her tsundere moments with Sakuta are clearly not the defining trait of their relationship. Sure, she can call him baka and slap him from time to time but we all know that she is a nice girl.

Mai has actually shown her deep love and care for Sakuta myriad times!

You’re having lewd thoughts, aren’t you? ― Mai

#9 Mai adores Kaede

Kaede is the younger sister of Sakura, and Mai seems to really like her. She is always gentle around her & at some point, she even gave her a dress both as a gift and to at least spark interest in returning to the outside world.

#8 She used to be an actress/ model

Before Mai took a hiatus, she had used to be a really famous actress and model.

The reason why she went on hiatus was mainly because of the constant pressure from being in public & betrayal from her mum. Her mother tricked her into a swimsuit photoshoot that Mai previously had refused to participate in. Mind you, she was in her third year of middle school.

#7 She is very intelligent

Mai is not just just ordinary beautiful & popular girl. She is also very smart, having good grades and even helping Sakuta to study.

#6 Mai is a Type B Tsundere

A Type B Tsundere is usually being sweet, caring, and nice but also has a hidden violent side. Usually, a love interest can trigger her and make her snap.

#5 She is fairly tall for a Japanese lady

Mai is ~165 cm tall. The average height for a Japanese woman is 158.8 cm.

#4 Mai is affected by Adolescence Syndrome

In the world of Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, Adolescence Syndrome keeps occurring. This syndrome causes abnormal and irregular experiences in teens’ lives. In Mai, it manifested as her existence slowly fading away as a result of wanting to be unseen by the public due to her fame.

#3 Her Name’s meaning

The name Mai means “hemp, flax, linen” and “clothing, garment”.

Sakurajima translates as “cherry blossom” and “island”.

# 2 She is a third-year high school student at Minegahara High School

She attends the same school as Sakuta Azusagawa & since he is a second-year, this makes her his Senpai.

#1 Mai is 17 years old

Mai was born on December 2 and her zodiac sign is Sagittarius.

Sagittarius women are considered the wild child of the zodiac. Independent, optimistic, and adventurous.


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