Source: Supaku Blog
My name is Leilani Hikaru. I’m the only daughter of Japan’s Ambassador in Hawaii, United States. As for my home, I freely
rotate between Tokyo, Japan and Big Island, Hawaii because I’m an adult (age 18).
Although, my family mostly lives in Hawaii because of father’s political work.
Regarding my main line of work, I work for an intentional online news outlet that has a Japanese and English speaking hybrid
audience. This job is perfect for me because I can speak both languages fluently and I can still travel anywhere.
As for my hobbies, I love to play shooting video games, watch anime and read some light novels.
Oh, in case you’re asking on why my first name is “Leilani”, it’s because of my father’s love towards Hawaii.
Also, the name’s meaning is “heavenly” which attracted my father. However, my family is full Japanese blood and myself
included of course.
Leilani’s Home Trip
It’s a late morning because my delayed airplane flights. I’ve walked all the way from the bullet train station to the my home’s
residential area. Fortunately, it was a short walking distance and Japan is mostly a “safe country”, right?
But, when I finally started crossing the street to my house at the opposite direction, I suddenly heard a car’s engine and
head lights facing towards me quickly.
I was able to identify the car as a truck. But, I did not have fast enough reaction time to dodge it because the truck is going
During my final moments, I questioned to myself:
“Oh, it’s the infamous truck-kun from the anime and light novels I’ve seen?”
“Maybe once I die, I’ll be reincarnated as a hero in another world?”
“Oh well, good bye my nice young adult life and family…”
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