|Japanese Name||春名 このみ (Haruna Konomi)|
|Voiced by||Japanese: Suzuko Mimori|
Konomi Haruna is one of the original characters of the 2017 mobile game Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story: Magia Record
- Age: 17
- Height: 162cm
- Eye colour: Green
- Hair colour: Orange with a single Yellow streak
- Birthplace: Shinsei Ward
- Soul Gem: Green diamond on her belly
- Weapon: Giant pair of scissors
- Wish: "I want you to heal the illness." (referring to the illness of the florist she worked for)
- Ability: Give flowers
- Witch form:
- Japanese pronoun: watashi (私)
- School: Kamihama City University Affiliated School, Eleventh Grade
A Magical Girl who loves flowers and works at a flower shop. Konomi is kind and works hard for the shop owner, who she respects. She is a great worker, but can at times get distracted by her love of flowers. She is talented at flower arrangement.
Konomi welcomes Kaede Akino and Kako Natsume into the flower shop she works for part-time. Konomi narrates she began working for the shop, named "Blossom", because of the florist who showed her the beauty of flowers. When she was a child, the florist found Konomi crying from falling down and gave her a flower. Konomi has since done the same thing to other children who enter the shop. She believes that flowers color life with their own colors.
As a woman steps up to buy her flowers, Kaede and Kako help the florist carry things. Konomi thinks the florist got out of the hospital a little while ago. One day, Konomi found an ambulance in front of the shop. She learned that the florist had a hard to cure illness and might have had to close the shop. Konomi wanted to help but couldn't think of anything to do until Kyubey arrived and offers her a contract. Konomi wished to cure the florist's illness. Back in the present, Kako, Kaede, and Konomi soon found the customers have been affected by a Witch's kiss. They track down the witch and kill it.
Konomi thinks that she can be a magical girl because of Kako and Kaede, who she considers close companions. The girls return to the shop for rush hour and they find a long line has formed. Konomi notes that ever since she made a wish, the shop has gotten many young customers. Konomi is grateful she met Kaede and Kako. Konomi thinks back to when the girls first entered the shop.
The remainder of the story is told in a flashback. Kaede and Kako enter the flower shop for the first time. Kako is looking for a flower, which Konomi quickly recognizes. Konomi says she adores making young people happy with their flowers. Afterwards, the girls have tea with Konomi during her break. Kaede asks if it's unusual for her to have young customers. Konomi says it is and has trouble remembering the last time she had one. Kako explains she was looking for flowers she read in a novel, and she never actually went to a flower shop before. Kako says the shop is beautiful and she would like to buy flowers for a friend's birthday. Kaede says she never gave flowers to anyone before, but when someone gave her flowers she got a wonderful feeling. Konomi says she has an idea.
A man walks down a street, saying he won ten thousand yen in the lottery. Konomi suddenly appears, hands him a bouquet of flowers, and leaves. An old man says his life is over. Kaede appears and gives him a present of flowers. When she leaves, the old man wonders if she was a spirit. A boy is happy because he got a girl's number. Kako appears, hands him flowers, and leaves. The boy thought she was going to possess him. Later, the three girls reunite. Kaede says she gave flowers to ten people, while Kako gave flowers to thirteen. Konomi apologizes for making them do this, but Kako says she wanted to show the beauty of flowers to everyone. Kaede says they will work together. Konomi says they'll do this again the day after tomorrow.
People start talking about a rumor where someone suddenly appears and gives you flowers. One day, Konomi, Kaede and Kako meet again to give flowers, but before they leave a girl asks Konomi if she's heard of "The Bursting Flower Girl". The girl says that according to the rumor, a girl hands you flowers that open to reveal mouths. Konomi thinks the story is scary. Kaede mutters it might be a witch, but insists she said nothing. The girl says that the girl in the rumor was sighted in the Shin-Nishi Ward, that she only appears on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and that she gives people a bouquet. Konomi, Kaede, and Kako realize they're the Bursting Flowers Girls.
Konomi thinks that they've made people hate flowers, and wonders how she can face the florist. Kaede says it's her fault because she gave Konomi the idea. Konomi tells her not to apologize. Suddenly they see a little girl crying. The girl says her mom won't let her buy the "Party Jewelry Set" of toys. Konomi gives the girl a flower, but the girl says she wants a ring. Kako takes the flower and makes a ring out of it. The girl tears up and says it's pretty. Konomi comes to a realization. She narrates that if she wants everyone to like flowers, she should try harder.
Konomi explains that when she saw Kako make a ring, she realized that a gift-giver has to understand the other person's feelings. The girls have just been giving flowers without explaining themselves. Konomi says they can use this as a chance to improve and claims they have to devise a plan to get people to like flowers. Kaede says that Konomi once made a bear-shaped bouquet and thinks it would be more eye-catching than a regular one. Konomi asks if she means flower arrangements. Kaede says yes and that Konomi can make impressive ones. Kako thinks Konomi can arrange flowers that would make young people happy. Konomi decides to make an eye-catching arrangement you can give to someone dear to you. She asks the girls for ideas. Kaede says that when she got a flower gift it was for her birthday. The girls continue discussing.
Konomi and the girls make a birthday cake made of fifty flowers. The cake also has chocolate and candy in it. Kako calls it a feast for the eyes and the stomach. Konomi says she followed Kako's suggestion to make the cake with birth flowers, so that greetings can be communicated with the language of flowers. Konomi wonders if the cake will work to make people appreciate flowers. Konomi thinks the cakes represent the best collaboration the three of them have made. The girls prepare a fair at the flower shop to show off their cake.
Konomi shows the cake to the florist. However, the florist gives a muted reaction. She says that Komomi can work on her own now and announces she's retiring and will leave Konomi the shop. Konomi says it's suddenly, but the florist says she was thinking about it ever since she got sick. Suddenly Kaede says it's not true, and Kako blurts that the florist has been Witch Kissed. Kaede says to forget they said anything, but Konomi identifies them as magical girls and reveals she's one as well. The three of them team up to track and destroy the witch. Konomi thinks fighting together with friends is reassuring.
The girls return to the shop and starting selling the cakes to customers. The customers enjoy them greatly and eventually a huge line forms. Konomi says they never had this many people before. At the end of the day the girls sold everything. Konomi tells the others that when the florist woke up and saw the shop filled with customers she was really surprised. Konomi gives Kako and Kaede a flower cake as thanks. She says the flowers on the cake are geraniums, which mean "respect", "trust" and "true friendship". Konomi thanks the girls and asks them if they can keep being friends. Kaede thanks her profusely, while Kako says she will cherish this. Konomi narrates that was the beginning of their story together. However, they can't stop because the customers are waiting.
She appears in Ren Isuzu's side story, and offers Ren chamomile tea.
Her ability seems to be able to generate any kind of flower she desires without limitation. She also has the ability to turn her scissors into a much bigger pair and be able to cut through enemies with them. She may also have the ability to heal at greater rates, due to wanting to cure her florist's illness.
- The characters of her last name mean "spring" (春) and "name" (名) respectively.
- Her illustrator is Amane Shiki.
- Konomi is familiar with both flower symbolism and etymology, as she knew Kyoko Sakura's given name means "apricot girl" in Kyoko's personal story.
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Draw Owner's Disks
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Draw Owner's Disks
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|**Unique to Konomi Haruna**
Passion, friendship, faith, peace, optimism...
Resentment, enmity, doubt, turmoil, misery...
Each and every flower carries a message.
This is one of the things that gives flowers
their beauty and allure.
Self Attack Up [III] (3 turns)
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Self Attack Up [IV] (3 turns)
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|The aroma, the colors, the shape— No, not just that. She picks just the right ribbons and wraps the sender's feelings inside. Here, take the feelings and the bouquet.||香り？色？形？ーそれだけじゃない。|
- Official Magia Record Website - Japanese
- Official Magia Record Website - English
- Gamepress' character page