|Japanese Name||北大路 さくら|
|Romanized Name||Kitaōji Sakura|
|English Name||Sakura Kitaōji|
|Age||13 (S1), 14 (S2)|
|Data Carddass Game||4th collection|
|Singing Voice||Eri from STAR☆ANIS|
Sakura Kitaoji (北大路さくら Kitaōji Sakura?) is one of the eight main characters in the Datacardass Aikatsu! game and related anime adaption. She was one of the four girls that was first shown in the first opening. However, she didn't officially debut until Episode 26. Her primary brand is Aurora Fantasy.
Sakura comes from a famous kabuki theatre troupe family and as a result has learned many ancient Japanese arts ever since her childhood. Like the other members of the family, she has the genetic habit of breaking into theatrical performance when reminiscing about things known as the "Kitaōji Theater".
Sakura is a very calm, polite, and kind girl. She is very friendly and a hard worker, like Ichigo. When she arrived at the Academy for the first time in Episode 26, Ichigo was assigned to be her senpai. Since then, she and her friends have helped Sakura in gain confidence in herself to become an idol, and develop friendships and companionships among each other and the rest of the Starlight Academy community. By season two Sakura has become more confident and assertive, though she still retains some of her soft-spoken nature.
Sakura has peridot green eyes and short pink hair that goes to the nape of her neck. Her is hair is styled in a layer bob and is decorated with a flower hair clip. Her basic idol uniform consists of a yellow top worn under a lime green shawl, matching ruffled skirt, and brown ankle boots with red flower attachments on the cuffs. The outfit is equipped with a matching flower bracelet.
Sakura (さくら?) means Cherry Blossom.
- She shares the same seiyu with Shizuku Hosaka.
- Her aura is composed of pink and yellow sakura flowers.
- Her zodiac sign is Aries.
- When she wears her basic coord, her hairclip changes.
- She has a tendency to address everyone with the honorific "-sama"
- Revealed in Episode 68, Sakura actually has carp "friends" in her houses's carp pond, named: Koi-ichi; Koi-ji; Koi-zou; Koi-shi; Koi-go; Koi-roku; Koi-shichi; Koi-hachi; Koi-kyuu; Koi-Juu. These all mean names from Carp-one to Carp-ten.
- Main article: Sakura Kitaōji/Image gallery.