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Name: Tsubaki Domyoji
Age: 22 or more
Series: Hana Yori Dango (J-Drama)
Occupation: Administrative Director of Fist to Face Relations
Canon: Hana Yori Dango is the story of the world's richest and most elite school in all of Japan, Eitoku. Renowned the world over, this school is run by a group of four rich and cocky boys known as the "Flower Four" or "F4". When a penniless commoner enters their lives, she forces them to see that maybe having money to buy everything you could want just isn't all there is to life. She even falls in love with the leader of F4, the richest and possibly stupidest man in the world, and their Cinderella story unfolds.

Enter the asshole leader's elder sister. Tsubaki Domyoji is a real stand up woman. She believes in friendship, love, money, devotion, and supporting causes she finds worthy with all that she has. She also believes that a fist to the face is the best way to deal with rowdy siblings — sometimes followed up by a boot to the head. Nonetheless, Tsubaki is an intelligent, sophisticated and social lady, raised from birth to be a rich heiress and a polite member of society. Open, friendly and warm, Tsubaki is almost always smiling, even when things run foul. At the end of the day, she's just a big sister who truly cares about the well-being of the people she loves, and especially people in love.


Hey there, could I borrow you for a minute? Yes, I'm looking for whoever is in charge of hiring at this campground? I know, I know, I flew out here on a whim, but I was really expecting something workable. Look, if you just wanted a famous face to put on your projects, there are people in a much better position for that. With this atmosphere, maybe . . . M.C. Hammer? I'm almost positive that he's available. Now, don't go to pieces on me just yet. I never said I wouldn't help you out. I'll support you with everything I can. Though I may have to draw the line at holding your head in place. Sorry!

We may as well get the ball rolling. Hello, everyone. It's nice to see you all here today. Please, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Tsubaki, and I am here to help guide you. The details are a little . . . Well, I'm going to have to put in another request to have the paperwork sorted out. Even if my purpose here is to take some of you down a notch, I don't think they can really pay me by the punch. It's a strange request, don't you think? Ah, ah, we can talk more about that later on. Right now, I'd like to go over a few details that were covered in this job handbook I received.

— Ah, here we go, this says . . . Interesting! Sorry everyone, but it looks like there are new electronics being installed into the cabins proper as we speak. Everything will be fine, just try to ignore them. These "Knockout Analysis Trackers" will be online and functional by the time you get back after this little talk of ours. You . . . probably don't want to know what the new ceiling KATs are looking for, trust me. Just let me worry about them, okay? Okay! Let's move on, shall we?

. . . Haaah. On second thought, let's skip the rest of the reading. I'll just explain what I'm here for in my own words. That should make it easier on everyone. Every time one of you boys gets in over his head, or in very deep trouble, it will be up to me to drop you down a few rungs. If you get too full of yourself, I'll have to knock it out of you. Or was it knock you out? It's one of those for sure. I'll look it up later. There's more than one way to get a message through those thick heads of yours, right? — Yes, thank you for your concern, madame, but I don't believe an auger will be necessary.

So boys, be careful not to get too full of it now. I'll come after you, and I really mean it. I know how boys are, always lusting after something or other and forgetting to play nice. You'd lose your heads if they weren't attach — right, I see the problem there already. We'll work on that together some other time, if that's okay? Thanks. I'll do my best to help.

And now, ladies? If you have a problem with anyone here, don't be afraid to call. I'll always come to help. That's a promise. Since I've got a new work phone just for this occasion, I'm afraid I can't pass out cards yet, but let me give you the number anyway. Waiting for the printer will take too long. Ready? That's "Tsubaki," at 1-337-800-8135. Day or night, I'll answer whatever problems you have. I hope you'll remember.

Please, don't hesitate to call me. Big sister is always watching.


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No seriously it's cool guys.
Domyoji Tsubaki (道明寺 椿)

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