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Kako Takafuji (鷹富士茄子 Takafuji Kako) is an idol available in THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls. Her basic card is S Rare and it can be obtained via the "Idol Mochi Festival" event where she is the Ranking SR and she later received more S Rare card sets every New Year. Her S Rare titles are "Fortune Goddess", "Talented Lady of Luck", "Happy New Year", and "Talented Lady of Versatility".
|Event||Prelim Rank||Final Rank|
|1st Anniversary Election||Unranked||30|
|2nd Anniversary Election||26||18|
|3rd Anniversary Election||25||27|
|Voice Idol Audition||5||5|
|4th Anniversary Election||Unranked||36|
|5th Anniversary Election||Unranked||32|
|6th Anniversary Election||Unranked||13|
|7th Anniversary Election||?||?|
|8th Anniversary Election||?||?|
Kako is almost the personification of the traditional Japanese New Year. She loves datemaki (sweetened egg roll) and kurikinton (chestnuts and sweet potato), both traditional New Year's dishes. She is extremely talented at many things that she tries, and has incredible luck. Her one weakness is that she is very bad at telling jokes.
In the tie in Cinderella Girls Theater skits, Kako is introduced as being very knowledgeable about the customs of the New Year. She is seen as extremely lucky, earning Shinobu Kudo a lottery prize, and other idols seems to enjoy her company for their benefit. She commonly mentions the Japanese folktale of the eggplant, the falcon, and Mount Fuji. She appears to have trouble behaving in an idol-like manner, and but her versatility and seriousness encourages her fellow idols to do their best.
"Fufu, spending Hatsumode with you is almost like a date♪ I have a lot of confidence in my luck. As thanks for finding me, I'll make sure to bring you happiness, Producer~"
- While she was introduced at the end of 2011, she did not get a card set released in a month other than December or January until Summer 2016.
- Her name contains the kanji for Mount Fuji, hawk, and eggplant. In Japan, the first dream of the New Year is considered prophetic of the dreamer's luck for the rest of the year. The most lucky symbols are said to be Mount Fuji, a hawk, or an eggplant. Also, Kako's first name can also be read as "eggplant".