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|Japanese Name||胡桃 まなか (Kurumi Manaka)|
|Voiced by||Japanese: Aya Suzaki|
Manaka Kurumi is one of the original characters of the 2017 mobile game Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story: Magia Record
- Eye colour: Dark orange
- Hair colour: Reddish orange
- Soul Gem: Orange carrot on the side of her chef's hat
- Weapon: Frying pan
- Wish: "I want the chance to serve everyone food."
- Witch form:
- School: Mizumei Girls' School
A cooking-type magical girl who inherited her cooking skills from her father. Her parents' home was a traditional, historic western-style restaurant with a long history. Her cooking ability is first-class and without any complaints, but her annoying attitude full of self-confidence is her fly in the soup. She herself just has pride in her skills backed by her hard work and effort, and she has absolutely no bad intentions.
Manaka's father owns a restaurant that specializes in western-style cooking but they never get any visitors. Having absolute faith in her cooking ability, Kyubey convinces her that she can make the restaurant more popular so she makes her wish.
Manaka appears in Kyoko's side story. She chides Kyoko for eating junk food all the time, and then befriends her by cooking her omelette rice.
- The characters of her last name mean "walnut" (胡桃).
- Her illustrator is "Kurah"
- her weapon can grow in size to almost comical proportions.
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|Increase Self Damage (II)||Passive||"A famous gourmet critic, a celebrity restaurant ....
Wrapping, roaring and satisfying their tongue - It is still an innocent girl to create such a terrible dish. "
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|**Unique to Manaka Kurumi**
Her house is a historic Western restaurant, and the quality of taste doesn't change even if it is a bento, and there are a lot of repeat customers. Customers who couldn't buy because of the limited quantity burned with fighting spirit to try again at a later date.