さらさ / Sarasa

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Gender Female
Species Spirit
Birthday July 7th[1]
Home Milky Way[2]
Hobby Making Tanabata. I've collected lots of beautiful colored paper
Likes Everyone's smiles
Dislikes The rain. Today only, the farmer will forgive the frogs
pop'n music 12 いろは
Theme Song(s)

Sarasa is a character first appearing in pop'n music 12 いろは. She is a cheerful girl from the Milky Way, making sure that all of the wishes people make on Tanabata are delivered to the princess of the twin stars.


Sarasa has blue eyes and short, bamboo leaf-like hair that's decorated with many colorful paper streamers. She wears white gloves and a white dress with a yellow band across the midsection and a magenta top. Underneath she wears magenta leggings with white and pink shoes.

NET Taisen LinesEdit

Attack  Sparkle~
Damage  Kyaah
Good Play  Smile
Bad Play  Oops
Win  Cheerful
Lose  Cloudy skies

Character IntroductionEdit

Character InfoEdit

pop'n music 12 いろは[3]
Sarasa 12 Profile みんなのお願い、ふたごの星のお宮様に届けるの。


Everyone please, I will send them to the princess of the twin stars.

Everything will be okay tonight.

Designer CommentsEdit

pop'n music 12 いろは[3]

最初は直球に織り姫・彦星とか、遠距離恋愛の女の子とか考えていたのですが、曲を聞き込むとそういったふたりを温かく見守っているささやかで健気な存在が浮かんできました。 いま初めてきださんのコメントを見て、おお!これが母性愛? なんて思ったりなんかしたりしてー。

というわけでちょっとチャイナ風味で、考えました七夕の精。 中国の伝説では白鷺が天の川の渡し守らしいです。 たなばた飾りも改めて見るとカラフルでとっても可愛いし。 「七夕」という文字さえもロマンティックな感じです。

そういえば夏にヒルズで七夕イベントがあって、短冊に「下のコンビニにパナップを入れてほしい」と書いたら叶ったんですよ! なのでみんなもあきらめずにちゃんとお願いしてみるといいかもよ。 次は調子に乗ってもっと派手なお願いにしてみます。

Not yet translated.


  • Sarasa shares her birthday with Nana.
  • Rie-chan and Sanae-chan appear in Sarasa's Win and Fever Win animations.
  • Sarasa is based heavily upon the Tanabata festival, which usually begins July 7.
    • Sarasa's name may come from the first line of the traditional Tanabata song, Tanabata Sama, which is The bamboo leaves are rustling (ささのは さらさら Sasa no ha sarasara).
  • In some CS titles, Sarasa's name is incorrectly spelled with katakana as "サラサ".


See Sarasa/Gallery

Notes & ReferencesEdit