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Keitaro Urashima

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Bather Info
Keitaro Urashima
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Series Love Hina
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Bathing Stats
Taken atleast 12 baths
Bathing Environments Used {{{Facilities}}}
Bathtubs Used Hot Spring
Wooden Bathtub
Bathed with Naru Narusegawa
Mitsune Konno
Shinobu Maehara
Motoko Aoyama
Kaolla Su

Keitaro Urashima is the main protagonist to Love Hina.

Love Hina (manga)

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 12

Chapter 19

Chapter 26

Chapter 28

Chapter 29

Love Hina (anime)

Opening Credits

Keitaro falls off of a Mecha-Tama into the Hot Spring that Mitsune Konno, Kaolla Su, Naru Narusegawa, Shinobu Maehara and Motoko Aoyama are bathing in. Keitaro is seen trying to apologize to Shinobu who is running away but gets hit by the wind blast from Motoko's sword, then gets kicked by Kaolla Su and then finally punched into the sky by Naru.

episode 1

Episode 3

episode 5

episode 7

episode 9

episode 11

episode 15

episode 17

episode 21

episode 25

Love Hina Christmas Special

Trivia

  • This episode is unaired and only included on DVD releases.
Love Hina
Bathers Keitaro UrashimaNaru NarusegawaMitsune KonnoKaolla SuMotoko AoyamaShinobu MaeharaUnnamed BathersMutsumi OtohimeHaruka UrashimaSarah McDougalNoriyasu SetaTsuruko AoyamaKanako UrashimaKentaro SakataAmalla SuLamba LuHinata UrashimaMei NarusegawaTama-chanLiddo-kun • ShippuShiroMonkeys
Bathing Scenes
Manga 124612141922242628293031353842
Anime OP1Intermission23456789101112131415161719202122232425
Specials Christmas SpecialSpecial Project
Again OP123
Staff
Companies Weekly Shonen MagazineXebec