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Haruka Momose
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Japanese name 百々瀬 春河
Romaji name Momose Haruka
Age Unknown
Hair color Brown
Eye color Black
Occupation Unknown
Status Deceased
Family Unknown
Appearances Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water
Voice actor (JPN) Haruka Tomatsu
Voice actor (ENG) TBA

Haruka Momose (百々瀬 春河 Momose Haruka) is a female character in Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water.

Background[edit | edit source]

Haruka is Fuyuhi Himino’s friend who is easily influenced by other people's opinions and she comes to Kurosawa Antiques to have her fortune read that she might be hiding a secret between her and Fuyuhi.

Haruka was friends with Fuyuhi back in high school. During their time in High School, Haruka and Fuyuhi attempted group suicide with three other girls, however both Haruka and Fuyuhi survived this. They kept this a secret and promised to go together someday. Later in the game, Yuri Kozukata finds Haruka in a reliquary in the Womb Cave and manages to get her back to the shop safely. However, later in the night Haruka had vanished with Fuyuhi's ghost leading her back to the mountain.

After this, the player comes into combat with Haruka's ghost later in the game multiple times. This, along with her second entry in the notes section and the subsequent entries in the Ghost List confirm that she was interred in a reliquary and was made a pillar of the mountain. The Ghost List describes her ultimate fate thusly:

"Drawn to Mt. Hikami due to her psychic abilities, she was put in a reliquary and made into a pillar.", which confirms her death.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

  • The name Haruka means "light, sun, male" (陽), "spring" (春) or "clear weather" (晴) (haru) and "river" (河) (ka).
  • Haruka's surname Momose means "hundred" (百) (mo) and "swift current, rapids" (瀬) (se).

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