|Home||West Forest, Airantou|
|Parents||Risa - Mother
Tadanori - Father
|Other Relatives||Riri - Aunt (Mother's side)
Ritsu - Grandmother (Mother's side)
|Seiyū||Yu Asakawa (drama CD)
Ryōko Shiraishi (anime)
|Manga||Chapter 1: Drifted Away|
Rin has reddish, almost crimson, hair that varies in length. Overall, her hair is short, but her hair in the back is very long, reaching to her knees. While she didn't have it tied in anyway very early in the series, she eventually ties her long hair into a low-hung ponytail. Her long hair naturally splits into two, tied or not. At the top of her head, she has a small batch of short hair that shapes into a cowlick. Her eyes are also crimson red.
Rin is the tallest girl in the main cast, measuring at 170cm tall (~5ft 7in). Her bust is large and her figure is leen, showing little of how robust she is as one of the island's strongest human girl. Her usual attire consists of a brown kimono-style "one-piece dress" that's sleeveless, tied at her waist by a cloth and goes only to her mid-thigh. Although purposed to do her woodwork with little in the way, this attire is also provocative and sexy. For her footwear, just like all the others, she wears brown short-boots, without socks. She wears bandages around her wrists and ankles, and uniquely has a bandage slip on her cheek, although the slip on the cheek is becoming less of a common aspect of her attire.
Early on, Rin had a few differences than she does now. At the very start, instead of having her hair tied, she had it let down, accompanied with a headband. She also often wore an overcoat over her shoulders. As well as a bandage on the left side of her jaw. While these have disappeared from her everyday attire, the overcoat makes its appearance from time to time around her waist. Her headband reappears only when she is working.
Her attire is not much different than her current attire, except for the addition of black short-pants for the sake of TV censorship. These black short-pants reappear in the manga during the Kairyuusama festival (around chapters 115; volume 20).
PersonalityEditShe is somewhat of a tomboy, chivalrous in nature and is also the strongest human female on the island, which also happens to hurt her feminine pride. Still, she is glad to have a well-developed body.
Still, due to her personality that's chilvarous like a man, she was the subject of a lot of attention and romantic interest from other women before Ikuto's arrival. She found this situation so uncomfortable that she developed a tendency to bathe alone.
She loves to dress up, but she at first was embarrassed to show this side of her to anyone as she thought she was not feminine enough to look good in them. This was only until Ikuto complimented her appearance in a kimono.
Even though she is strong, she fears slimy things like worms and eels. Her fear is so strong that when threatened with an earthworm bath, she becomes extremely bossy and competent in giving harsh orders. She also is a bit clumsy here and there, which gets in harms way of her work.
As stated before, Rin is the physically strongest, or at least one of the strongest, girls on the island, easily lifting a clay urn that is as tall as she is. Her strength is so formidable that her family relies on it for all the heavy lifting when working on a woodwork project. Despite her great physical strength, she lacks any proficiency in crafting. While at first it can be mistaken as her being a bit clumsy, her incapability to do crafting and over-clutziness can bring disaster to what she is working on.
In a fight, she uses this great physical prowess as her main tool, using large items such as logs as if they are light staffs.
Although Rin is not all that smart, she's not stupid either. She is capable of making her own bits of plans, but they are not the smartest ones though.
In trade of her lack in crafting, Rin is quite skilled with domestic chores such as cooking and sewing.
10 years before the start of the story, around 5 years of age she became an apprentice in her family's craftsmanship business. As she grew up, the other girls of the island started to court her due to there being no men on the island.
Rin first appears as one of the many girls on the island who ditched work and came to Obaba's house when they heard a castaway came to the island. She as well as the other girls were surprised to hear that the person was a man; She smashed Obaba's head down on the ground in the excitement. They were then chased out by Obaba. Later that day, she spies at Ikuto as he tried and failed to get pass the whirlpools.
The next day, she hid and used a prepared rope to trip up Monjiro to get rid of Ayane in order to get Ikuto from her. After she introduced herself to him, Yukino then came and interrupted them. When Yukino tried to forcefully take Ikuto on a date, Rin fought her for him; as they fought each other, Ikuto got away.
Initially, Rin propositions Ikuto to be her husband to prove her heterosexuality (and so end the advances made on her by the other girls); however, she soon develops real feelings for him. She calls Ikuto "danna" ("hubby" or husband), much to Ikuto's chagrin.