|Current Residence||Yokohama, Japan|
|Relative(s)||Hiroshi Harune (Husband)
Aira Harune (Daughter)
Itsuki Harune (Son)
Eru Harune (Daughter)
Uru Harune (Daughter)
Omi Harune is the mother of Aira, Itsuki, Eru & Uru, and the wife of Hiroshi. In her current life, she works not only as a stay-at-home mom, but also bakes at the family's bakery, Haru no Oto. A little bit pudgy, she is an extremely loving and accepting person, and will do anything to protect her children. She is one of Sonata Amamiya's best friends.
Omi is a very uplifting person, but can get angry when necessary. She is very welcoming and understanding, which comes in handy to have a Mother like that!
BackgroundEditBack when Sonata was a Prism Star, Omi did not work as a baker, but instead as a stylist. In fact, she was Sonata's exclusive stylist. Every time Sonata was about to go out on stage, Sonata recited their magic spell, "The sparkle of the Prism is always right here," and softly pushed her onto the stage. Rizumu later asked Omi to do this for her. Before Sonata's career began to wane due to her obsession with the Aurora Rising, Omi married Hiroshi Harune, and the two began working at their very own bakery together. Sometime between this, Omi gained a bit of weight.
Role in the PlotEditThroughout the series, Omi is extremely supportive of Aira and her endeavors to become a Prism Star, being involved in the Prism Show business in the past. However, when Kyoko Asechi suggested that Aira jump the Aurora Rising, she refused to let her daughter jump. After some deep words by Hiroshi, telling her that Aira would not end up like Sonata, her best friend, Omi decided to cheer Aira on, and do the best she could to watch over her.
Omi attended the Prism Queen Cup with her family to cheer Aira on, and flew in her Aurora Rising with her. She was the former Prism Star fashion coordinator of Sonata Kanzaki and is always the one to understand Aira and help her in her troubled times with her father. She is a good friend with Rizumu's family.
Omi's surname means "Sound of Spring".