Ouran Academy is an elite upper school catering to the ultra-rich. Haruhi Fujioka is a middle-class scholarship student, a rarity at the school. While searching for a quiet place to study, she stumbles upon an unused music room which turns out to be the club room for the school's Host Club — a group of idle rich boys, possessing exceptional good-looks, who entertain female clients. After accidentally knocking over a priceless Rennaissance vase that's worth far more than Haruhi can possibly repay (¥8 million), she is forced to join the Host Club as an "errand boy" to work off her debt. Soon after, however, Haruhi proves to be a natural host (no training needed) and is promoted to full status as a Host of the Ouran Host Club. It then becomes clear that something isn't quite as it seems...
Bisco Hatori (葉鳥ビスコ Hatori Bisuko) is a Japanese manga artist. She is best known for her breakout hit series, Ouran High School Host Club, which appeared in serial form in Hakusensha's LaLa magazine between September 2002 and November 2010. The initial chapters of the manga were re-envisioned in 2006 as a 26-episode anime series and further adapted in 2007 and 2009 into dating sim games. In 2011, the series re-emerged as a dorama with an accompanying gekijo-ban. The anime, manga and dorama formats have all been translated into multiple world languages.
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Kyoya Ootori is a main character and 2nd-year student at Ouran Academy who is also the cost-conscious and calculating vice-president of the Host Club that he co-founds with his best friend, Tamaki Suoh. Despite Tamaki's position as the President, Kyoya is the true director, playing the role of a puppet-master behind the scenes, earning him the nickname, "The Shadow King." As the third son of the wealthy and noble Ootori family, he believes he must surpass his two elder brothers if he wishes to please his father. He works extremely hard to meet his strict father's high expectations in order to be considered as the next family patriarch, however unlikely that may be. In the anime, it is seen that under the influence of Tamaki's friendship, his younger demeanor as a superficial cad is transformed and Kyoya grows to be a rational, but humanistic individual. His obsession with the patriarchy is all but gone and this, ironically, pleases his father most.