Note Where ages are quoted these are the ages at the time the character appears in the story – the story moves through a year fairly quickly so ages change quickly.
is a 19/20-year-old second-year ronin studying to enter Tokyo University (sometimes known as "Todai").
Naru while speaking to Mutsumi has said "What could you possibly see in a guy like that?
You probably don't know this Mutsumi-san but he's clumsy, stupid, and a total pervert that has no redeeming qualities whatsoever! She also says to Kanako she would definitely spy on him or sabotage any dates he did get but finds the idea of dating him herself disgusting.
Due to this she often becomes annoyed or irritated with Keitaro when she believes he is not taking things seriously.
Naru had repeatedly denied having feelings for Keitaro even when asked.
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As a child, the young Keitaro made a promise with a girl, based on a story the children overheard that two people who love each other will live "happily ever after" if they enter 'Todai'.
Keitaro is set on gaining entrance to Todai to fulfill the promise he made to his childhood friend, even though he cannot properly remember either her name or her face.
To compound the confusion, Keitaro's Aunt Haruka mistakenly assumes he has passed the entrance exams and is already a Todai student; consequently the residents agree he can stay.
When he fails to correct her and is discovered to be lying, he is forced to leave until Haruka announces that the deeds to the inn have been transferred to Keitaro by his grandmother: Keitaro is, in fact, the new landlord.