Name: Itsuka Kotori 「五河琴里」
Title Series:Date A Live
Voiced by:Taketatsu Ayana

Career ISML Performance
2014: 1st Place Nova Division. Record: (35-0-0)
2014: Tiara Bearer

Moe Tournament Résumé
Round 2 - Girls Bracket 2013
Round 1 - Japan Saimoe 2013
Round of 16 - Animefans Saimoe Tournament 2014
Round 2 - Best Girl Contest 2014
Round 2 - Japan Saimoe 2014

Itsuka Kotori is best described as two sides of a coin. One side is colored white; the other, black.

White represents pureness, innocence, and playfulness. When Kotori dons a white ribbon, she acts as your ordinary cheerful and energetic middle school student. This Kotori is rarely embarrassed about expressing her affection for her brother, and she will always be there to wake him up first thing in the morning to go to school with him. White also represents weakness, dependency, and childishness. The white Kotori acts on her emotions and refuses to base her judgements on cold reason. She just wants her brother to be happy.

Black represents strength, leadership, and integrity. When Kotori dons the black ribbon, she is the one people rely on, she is the one people listen to, and she is the one everyone highly respects. She becomes calculating, able to calmly analyze the situation before her and make the choices that promise the best results. Black also represents a ruthless brand of pragmatism. This Kotori can only see what is in front of her and will use her status and power to have things done her way, no questions asked. Even if what she ultimately wants is for everyone to be happy.

No matter which side of her you look at, there are some things that will never change. She will always have a fondness for sweets, start the day off with a high note, and wish to the doted on by her brother every once in a while. Because ribbons notwithstanding, she is, was, and always will be herself – Itsuka Kotori.

Past Notable Matches

ISML 2014 Regular Season: (1st Place)
Topaz 7: 3843-3799 over Takanashi Rikka (Chūnibyō demo Koi ga Shitai!)

ISML 2014 Championship: (1st Place)
Round of 16: 3818-2742 over Aisaka Taiga (Toradora!)
Quarterfinals: 4218-3725 over Aoyama Nanami (Sakura-sō no Pet na Kanojo)
Semifinals: 4649-4170 over Tachibana Kanade (Angel Beats!)
Finals: 4906-4613 over Shiina Mashiro (Sakura-sō no Pet na Kanojo)

Girls Bracket 2013: (Round 2)
Round 2; 685-785 to Ika-Musume (Shinryaku! Ika Musume)

Japan Saimoe 2013: (Round 1)
Round 1: 109-132-73 to Cthugha (Haiyore! Nyarlko-san) & over Haroukitei Kigurumi (Joshiraku)

Best Girl Contest 2014: (Round 2)
Round 2: 1844-3220 to Furukawa Nagisa (Clannad)

Japan Saimoe 2014: (Round 2)
Round 2: 325-487 to Amae Koromo (Saki)