Throughout the history of Gotoubun no Hanayome, there has certainly been no shortage of wanting to hit Futaro Uesugi in the head for failing to distinguish between each of the Nakano sisters. Despite the fact that they are born the same, each of them has its own characteristics that need to be identified.
But what if I told you that the quintuplets would have even more similarities than the ones on the show? This was one of the original ideas that the author of Gotoubun no Hanayome had when developing the story from the pages of the manga, and now we are going to tell you more about it.
It so happened that, in his imagination, Negi Haruba created the quintuplets almost the same… but not only in appearance or physiognomy, since their hair also had to be the same color, and they would even have the same tone. vote. Thus, the reason why the “Fruit” at first could not distinguish between Ichika, Nino, Mika, Yotsuba and Itsuki would be more understandable.
The closest we came to this idea was in the anime adaptation of The Forest of Itsukis, or in the childhood of the Nakano sisters, where their hair color was exactly the same. If they followed this design, Nakano’s quintuplets would probably look like the following fan art.
The above ideas, mixed with Fuutaro’s initial disinterest in interacting with Nakano’s quintuplets, confirmed his inability to tell them apart at the beginning of the series. However, the transformation of Gotoubun No Hanayome into an animated series forced both the author and anime producers to rethink the design of their main characters.