List of Hetalia: Axis Powers characters

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An unfinished sketch featuring several major characters in the series.

This is a list of the characters who appear in the series Hetalia, created by Hidekaz Himaruya. This list uses subregions designated by the United Nations statistical divisions.

Main Characters

Axis Powers

Flag of Italy.svg Italy (イタリア Itaria?)
Voiced by Daisuke Namikawa in Japanese and Todd Haberkorn in English. As a child he is voiced by Aki Kanada in Japanese and Brina Palencia in English.

The title character of the series. He is an energetic and friendly yet clumsy young man, who also happens to be rather cowardly and obsessed with pasta. He is the grandson of Ancient Rome who was once the strongest nation in the world, as well the younger brother of Romano (South Italy). When in trouble, he often cries for Germany's help or insists on surrendering. Though he is bad at fighting, his creativity in art and trade is strong, and he is also a very good cook. The strange hair curl on the left side of his head acts as an erogenous zone for him when pulled.

Flag of Germany.svg Germany (ドイツ Doitsu?)
Voiced by Hiroki Yasumoto in Japanese and Patrick Seitz in English.

A strict and rule-abiding soldier type, Germany was the one to discover Italy hiding in the crate of tomatoes in the middle of WWI (originally oranges in the webcomic version) when they were enemies. He later became allies with Italy, the two growing closer despite their differences. Due to his tendency to over-rely on manuals for orderliness, he finds himself running into trouble whenever there's a misunderstanding. He has a secret passion for baking cake and making sweets and is also suggested to be a closet pervert.

Flag of Japan.svg Japan (日本 Nihon, Nippon?)
Voiced by Hiroki Takahashi in Japanese and Christopher Bevins in English. As a child he is voiced by Ai Iwamura in Japanese and Alexis Tipton in English.

The third and final major member of the Axis Powers, recruited by Germany. He is mysterious and quiet, as well as hard-working. Though he looks to be the youngest of the main three, he is in fact the oldest and acts accordingly with the behavior of an old man. He answers "No" in ambiguous and indirect ways, and he is rarely shown to be volatile in the series, though it is said that if enough pressure builds up, he can become very "scary" in his rage. His hobby is to read the atmosphere, assess situations, and act carefully. He has a weakness for 2D erotica and geek culture, as well as small animals.

Allied Powers

Flag of the United States.svg America (アメリカ Amerika?)
Voiced by Katsuyuki Konishi in Japanese and Eric Vale in English. As a child he is voiced by Ai Iwamura in Japanese and Luci Christian in English.

A loud, energetic type of man who occasionally intrudes upon other people's business. He is obsessed with superheroes and hamburgers, and thinks nothing of eating strangely-colored candies and cakes (which disturbs Japan). He has a strange phobia of ghosts, but is friends with an alien, Tony, who lives with him. He is the youngest of the Allied Forces in human and nation age, and their self-declared leader in the WWII strips that make up the main storyline. The strange crescent-shaped lock of hair on his head represents Nantucket, while his glasses are Texas.

Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom / England (イギリス Igirisu?)
Voiced by Noriaki Sugiyama in Japanese and Scott Freeman and Taliensin Jaffe in English.

The cynical, foul-mouthed, estranged mentor figure to America. He used to be a pirate before he settled down into his "gentleman" role. His most noticeable physical features are his thick eyebrows. England is also well-versed in black magic and can see mythical creatures that others can't, which causes the other nations to think of them as his hallucinations. He has a bad relationship with France, which has stemmed as far back as their childhood years.

Though he is technically the United Kingdom (as evidenced by his flag), he is often referred to as simply England in most translations (though merchandise refers to him as UK, due to the Japanese word Igirisu being used for both terms). Himaruya has confirmed that he represents both the UK and England, he is officially known as the UK to other nations, with the exception of his brothers (identified as Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland).

Flag of France.svg France (フランス Furansu?)
Voiced by Masaya Onosaka in Japanese and J. Michael Tatum in English.

Proud and dangerously affectionate, France has been involved in a strong rivalry with England for the longest time. He can often be seen making inappropriate advances on others or streaking, and is said to fall in love with anything that is beautiful, even if it is not human. France is very proud of his art and culture, to the point where he is stubborn to learn languages other than his own. He considers himself to be a "big brother", and grew his beard to look more like one.

Flag of Russia.svg Russia (ロシア Roshia?)
Voiced by Yasuhiro Takato in Japanese and Jerry Jewell in English.

A large, intimidating nation with a simplistic and easygoing personality, yet has the cruelty of a child deep down. Russia has mentally cracked from his history of war and bloodshed, however, he is unaware of his own aforementioned cruel tendencies. His greatest dream is apparently to eventually live in a warm place with sunflowers. During WWII, he had many other nations living under him as the Soviet Union, including the Baltics and his two sisters. He considers vodka to be his fuel, and is almost always shown wearing the scarf that his older sister Ukraine gave him.

Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China (中国 Chūgoku?)
Voiced by Yuki Kaida in Japanese and Clarine Harp in English.

A young-looking hermit that is one of the oldest apparent nations in the series (out of the main cast), and the self-proclaimed eldest "brother" to the other Asian characters, though Japan does not think of him as one in turn. He has an easy-going demeanor, and has a fondness for food and cute things, though the characters he creates are often bootlegged versions of other countries' ones (such as Hello Kitty and Disney mascots). It also appears that China is very wary of Russia.

In the original Japanese version, he has a tendency to end his sentences with the "-aru" suffix, a trait that Japanese people tend to stereotypically associate with Chinese accents.

Europe

Western Europe

Flag of Austria.svg Austria (オーストリア Osutoria?)
Voiced by Akira Sasanuma in Japanese and Chuck Huber in English. As a child he is voiced by Aki Kanada in Japanese.

A young master who loves the piano. He was born to fight, yet was too weak as a child and often had to be assisted in battles by his friend Switzerland, until they had a falling-out. Despite his high class appearance, he is very frugal. His history was marked by many marriages, including one to Hungary (referencing the Austro-Hungarian Compromise) and one to Spain (referencing the union of the countries in the House of Habsburg). He helped raise the younger Italy when he became property of the Holy Roman Empire.

Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Belgium (ベルギー Berugī?)
Voiced by Eriko Nakamura in Japanese and Amanda Doskocil in English.

A young woman who found success early in life, and for a time was ruled by Spain. Despite this, she maintained a positive attitude, and is occasionally shown helping Spain raise Romano after he becomes his property. After a falling out with her brother, they attempted to reconcile by joining together as the Kingdom of the Netherlands, but but their differences were too great and she decided to declare her independence from him. In the present day she appears to remain good friends with both Netherlands and Spain.

Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein (リヒテンシュタイン Rihitenshutain?)
Voiced by Rie Kugimiya in Japanese and Cherami Leigh in English.

The adoptive younger sister of Switzerland, who once lived a difficult life after WWI ended and she was left in a crisis. She is incredibly grateful to Switzerland and often dresses like him to show her appreciation. Due to being mistaken as a boy by a civilian, she wears a purple ribbon in her hair. As she has no army of her own, she relies on her older brother to take care of those affairs, though he attempts to teach her how to defend herself.

Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg (ルクセンブルク Rukusenburuku?)

The younger brother of Netherlands and Belgium who exudes elegance. He has a friendly personality, and speaks in a very polite and proper manner. He is an extremely busy person, sometimes to the point where he has to forgo social events to attend business matters. Despite this, he is shown to be close to his siblings, and once used his business connections to scare Belgium on Halloween. He owns a large dog named Pelutze due to his country's abundance of films with dogs in them.

Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco (モナコ Monako?)
Voiced by Yōko Hikasa in Japanese and Colleen Clinkenbeard in English.

A small principality with close ties to France who speaks like an old man. A young honor student fond of ballet, she is quite social despite her serious appearance, and possesses a great intelligence that has protected her country for ages. She is also known for her casino, and is shown to be good at playing poker. She relies on France for diplomatic, military, and various other affairs, but dislikes it when he pats her on the head.

Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands (オランダ Oranda?)
Voiced by Nobuya Mine in Japanese and Michael Sinterniklaas in English. As a child he is voiced by Arisa Nishiguchi in Japanese.

The older brother of Belgium who grew up with little wealth. After seeing the way his sister lived, he becomes stingy with money and focuses on business. He came under the control of Spain, and the relationship between the two of them was difficult until he ultimately left and declared his independence. His trade and conquests are mentioned in passing throughout the series - from Finland and Sweden being driven from their settlement in North America to convincing Japan to open up his country to foreign traders.

Civil Ensign of Switzerland (Pantone).svg Switzerland (スイス Suisu?)
Voiced by Romi Park in Japanese and John Burgmeier in English.

A xenophobic and reclusive former mercenary who is overprotective of his Alps, and has depended on his banking system in order to thrive. He is described as the "eternal neutral" country and is trigger-happy, shooting at those who'd dare cross his lawns. He adopted Liechtenstein after WWI when she fell into poverty, and acts as her older brother. But he is also reminded of his lapsed friendship with Austria when around her, a period which he does not like to be reminded of.

Northern Europe

Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark (デンマーク Denmāku?)
Voiced by Hiroshi Shimozaki in Japanese and Montgomery Sutton and Greg Ayres in English.

A powerful Nordic nation calling himself the "King of Scandinavia", he once had control over the other Nordics. After Sweden and Finland left his power began to wane, and he had several unsuccessful confrontations with Sweden afterwards. He considers himself to be very close to Norway, though the other feels differently. His general attitude is that of a loud, somewhat oblivious and arrogant young man that drinks heavily. In the present day, he appears to have good relations with the other Nordics, but wants a closer relationship with Germany.

Flag of Estonia.svg Estonia (エストニア Esutonia?)
Voiced by Atsushi Kousaka in Japanese and Mike McFarland in English.

The studious one of the three Baltic states, who is really into computers and allegedly has the most luck in avoiding Russia and problems due to his wit (though this conflicts with Estonia's actual unlucky history). When something dangerous or unfortunate happens to Latvia, he can usually be heard screaming his name. He is best friends with Finland, but is frightened by Sweden, whom he spent time under the rule of. Later in the series he is shown to own several unusual pets.

Flag of Finland.svg Finland (フィンランド Finrando?)
Voiced by Takahiro Mizushima in Japanese and Clint Bickham in English.

A member of the Axis Powers who shows discomfort at some of the tactics implemented by Germany's boss. He has been ruled over by several countries including Denmark, Sweden, and Russia, and it is said that he suffered the most hardships in his life. He usually is depicted as cheery and mild, but it is said that when confronted with the scene of a battle or fire, his brute strength can show. Estonia is his best friend, due to their similarities and love for planning festivals, and he maintains a close relationship with Sweden, despite being occasionally frightened by him.

Flag of Iceland.svg Iceland (アイスランド Aisurando?)
Voiced by Ayumu Asakura in Japanese and Jason Liebrecht in English.

The youngest of the Nordics, he is a mysterious boy with a cool exterior, though it is said that he is hot-blooded and passionate deep down. While he originally believed he had native inhabitants, he discovers that the first settlers were from Norway. As a result he is related to him, though he refuses to acknowledge him as his brother out of pride. Facing financial difficulties, he tried selling himself on eBay at one point, though he has been helped out by Russia (though he can't help but feel suspicious).

Flag of Latvia.svg Latvia (ラトビア Ratobia?)
Voiced by Kokoro Tanaka in Japanese and Ryan Reynolds in English.

The smallest of the Baltic states, and the most sensitive. Though he wishes he had siblings, the other two do not think of themselves as his brothers. He is easily intimidated by Russia, but lacks tact and often finds himself insulting him without realizing it. His short height is said to be due to Russia pushing down on his head, and despite his youthful appearance he drinks a lot of alcohol. In the modern day strips, he is friends with Sealand and attempts to act as an "older brother" figure to him, but finds it difficult due to his own insecurities.

Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania (リトアニア Ritoania?)
Voiced by Ken Takeuchi in Japanese and Josh Grelle in English.

The oldest of the three Baltic states and a shy, gentle type. He was once the partner of Poland during their days as a superpower, but were split apart when Russia partitioned him. In the main storyline, he is shown as an underling of Russia as part of the Soviet Union. After breaking off, he finds work at America's house and the two got along well. He is often intimidated by Russia even in the modern day, and though he carries feelings for Belarus, they are not returned and he is unaware of the fact that she loathes him.

Flag of Norway.svg Norway (ノルウェー Norūē?)
Voiced by Masami Iwasaki in Japanese and Alex Organ in English.

A mysterious and reclusive Nation, often seen with a nisse and described as being able to see other mythical creatures. He has a distinct lack of facial expressions and outward emotion, and he is both shown as painfully shy around strangers and talkative, with Iceland's Puffin calling him a "snarky guy." He finds Denmark very annoying and is unnerved by his attitude, though Denmark is oblivious to his reactions. After an excavation (or "DNA Test"), it was revealed that Norway and Iceland were actually brothers.

Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden (スウェーデン Suweiden?)
Voiced by Keikou Sakai in Japanese and Robert McCollum in English.

A tall, silent nation who appears to be intimidating and difficult to understand, but is actually very playful deep down. After leaving Denmark, he considered Finland to be his "wife", though the other denied having such a connection. He had partial custody of Estonia and Latvia in the past as his sort of "sons" (referencing Sweden's rule of Swedish Livonia), but eventually lost both them and Finland to Russia. He has had an antagonistic relationship with Denmark over the years, and raged several wars in Northern Europe, but has since become neutral in military matters.

Eastern Europe

Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus (ベラルーシ Berarūshi?)
Voiced by Urara Takano in Japanese and Monica Rial in English.

Russia's younger sister, who wishes to marry him someday although he fears her. She is shown to have a harsh and intimidating demeanor, and despises Lithuania, who happens to have a crush on her. After the fall of the Soviet Union, she briefly leaves and becomes a sort of adoptive younger sister to America, before returning to Russia's side. Aside from her brother, she has a stated interest in the occult and rock music. Belarus does not like the idea of anyone else being around her brother, and tends to remain at his side to threaten those that come near.

Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria (ブルガリア Burugaria?)
Voiced by Go Inoue in Japanese and Justin Pate in English.

A friendly and well-meaning nation, he was a member of the Axis Powers during World War II and at one point felt compelled to hit Italy in the face with a stick. After their defeat, he becomes associated with Russia, and is shown singing while doing chores for him along with Romania and several others. In the present day, he desires to make more connections, though he already appears to maintain a close friendship with Romania (whom he initially perceived as a bad guy due to his frightening stories).

Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech (チェコ Cheko?)

A young woman who has been under the rule of other countries for a long time until gaining her independence from Austria-Hungary. She is close to Slovakia, whom she shares a long history with and initially formed a new country with before they eventually separated after repeated arguments over the name. She is described as very serious, patient, and hard working, and appears very goal-oriented. She takes great pride in her achievements, and has a has a delicate and unique art sense.

Flag of Hungary.svg Hungary (ハンガリー Hangarī?)
Voiced by Michiko Neya in Japanese and Luci Christian in English.

A former nomad and tomboyish type of woman who was once married to Austria. Although their union ended, she continues to have a close relationship with him. As a child, she believed herself to be a boy until she hit puberty. She is fond of riding horses, and carries a cast-iron frying pan with her as a weapon (which she has used against both France and Prussia). A fierce warrior, she has a had a tumultuous relationship with many of her neighbors while growing up. She is also a fujoshi (literally: "rotten girl") type of character.

Flag of Moldova.svg Moldova (モルドバ Morudoba?)

A small boy who finds himself frequently dealing with Russia to the point of calling him "big brother", and has to read the atmosphere in order to deal with him. He has a high tolerance for scary stories and appears very fond of his brother Romania. He has had economic difficulties and is a very hard worker, often seen wearing a patched up coat. He is described as more patient than the micronation children.

Flag of Poland.svg Poland (ポーランド Porando?)
Voiced by Kokoro Tanaka in Japanese and by Ryan Bijan and Joel McDonald in English.

A somewhat childish and eccentric nation, he was a superpower as part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth until Lithuania became annexed by Russia and the two were split apart. Though he comes off selfish and loud, he is shy at heart and can become flustered in the presence of strangers. After World War II, Germany and Russia plan to partition him, yet he brushes off the repeated warnings of Lithuania, England, and France. In early strips he was shown to have a fondness for cross-dressing, though this was toned down in later strips.

Flag of Romania.svg Romania (ルーマニア Rūmania?)
Voiced by Takuya Kodama in Japanese and Chad Cline in English.

An eccentric nation with a strong belief in black magic and a love of folklore. Fairy tales are said to bring out his romantic side, while his mythology has a tendency to be unsettling. He and Hungary have a hostile relationship and a long rivalry, and Hungarians appear frequently in Romanian jokes. He was friends with Russia for a time, where he became close with Bulgaria, and the two appear frequently together in modern day strips.

Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia (スロバキア Surobakia?)

A young man who has been under the rule of other countries for a long time until gaining his independence from Austria-Hungary. He is close to Czech, whom she shares a long history with and initially formed a new country with before they eventually separated after repeated arguments over the name. He is described as being patient and easygoing, as well as somewhat loose and irresponsible. He is also not particularly assertive, though he can be very persistent about minor details.

Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine (ウクライナ Ukuraina?)
Voiced by Yuki Masuda in Japanese and Lydia Mackay in English.

The older sister of Russia with a large heart and chest. She is constantly in a state of crisis, and is very poor and unable to pay Russia for gas. In addition, she is compelled to apologize for everything, even for having a female boss. After the breakup of the Soviet Union, she begins seeking friends in Europe, but finds it difficult ignore Russia. In the anime, her chest bouncing is further exaggerated by loud sound effects that follow her wherever she goes.

Southern Europe

Flag of Greece.svg Greece (ギリシャ Girisha?)
Voiced by Atsushi Kousaka in Japanese and Vic Mignogna in English. As a child he is voiced by Arisa Nishiguchi in Japanese.

A muscular man with a love for philosophy, as well as cats. He doesn't get along very well with Turkey, stemming from their shared history and influence over Cyprus. He is good friends with Japan, and the two are often shown engaging in lengthy conversations. His mother was known as Ancient Greece, and he often sleeps in and excavates the ruins of her civilization, refusing to build anything new where they stood.

Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal (ポルトガル Porutogaru?)

A country at the tip of the Iberian peninsula and the neighbor of Spain known for his ennui and laid-back-ness. Once a great power during the Age of Discovery, he falls on hard times during the Industrial Revolution in Europe as he is unskilled with machinery. While he does not get along well with Spain, the two share a long rivalry that impacts their relations in the present day, where Portugal is mostly focuses on his domestic issues.

Flag of Italy.svg South Italy (南イタリア Minami Itaria?)
Voiced by Daisuke Namikawa in Japanese and Ian Sinclair in English. As a child he is voiced by Aki Kanada in Japanese and Colleen Clinkenbeard in English.

The older brother of North Italy, often referred to as simply Romano (derived from Rome). Though he is kind around women, he is unfriendly around other men, as evidenced by his behavior towards various male nations and his younger brother. It is said that he hates Germany and France most of all, and he also bears a heavy inferiority complex towards Veneziano (who excels in art and trade, causing him to have lost motivation to do anything). Though he attempts to act tough, he is in fact cowardly and a crybaby too.

Flag of Spain.svg Spain (スペイン Supein?)
Voiced by Go Inoue in Japanese and David Trosko in English.

A once powerful nation that wound up driven to poverty by England, America, and the Netherlands. He is generally cheerful and friendly, though he is also oblivious and insensitive to a degree, unable to "read the atmosphere" and doesn't even bother trying to. Though he is affectionate around his former henchman Romano, the other does not often openly return the kindness. Spain is also often depicted as both France's friend and rival.

Asia

Western Asia

Flag of Cyprus.svg Cyprus (キプロス Kipurosu?)
Voiced by Toshiki Kurosawa in Japanese and Aaron Dismuke in English.

A Mediterranean nation who was once under the control of England, he was raised by Turkey and now shares the island with his brother Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. In the present day he is fought over by Turkey and Greece, which infuriates him despite his peace-loving nature. He finds the relationship between the two of them strange, and he hopes that they will be able to reach a resolution and get along one day.

Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey (トルコ Toruko?)
Voiced by Takahiro Fujimoto in Japanese and Kent Williams in English.

Once known as the Ottoman Empire and had had control of the younger Greece and Cyprus for a long time. He is a competitive type and fought frequently with Greece, and the two still quarrel even after having settled on a cease-fire. He currently acts as a mentor figure to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, a nation that only he will recognize. In almost all of his appearances, his face is obscured by a white mask.

Flag of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.svg Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (北キプロス・トルコ共和国 Kita Kipurosu Toruko Kyōwakoku?)

The brother of Cyprus who dresses similar to Turkey, the only one that will recognize him as a legitimate nation. Despite this, he is proud of being recognized by Turkey and is a rival of sorts to Sealand because of this (as Sealand is not recognized as a nation by anyone but himself). He is considerably more stern and quiet in comparison to his older brother, though he is willing to defend Turkey against Greece when they get into fights.

South Asia

Flag of India.svg India (インド Indo?)
Voiced by Masahisa Sogabe in Japanese and T. K. Masala in English.

An nation whose personality is said to be similar to Hungary's. He has an extraodinary "prince aura" flowing out of him, and a flair for dramatic entrances - arriving at America's Halloween party reenacting a dance sequence from the Bollywood film Veer. He has his own thoughts, which does not allow others to argue with him, and he is good with numbers and thinking logically. He has a strong relationship with Russia, which appears to act as a point of competition with China.

East Asia

Flag of Hong Kong.svg Hong Kong (香港 Honkon?)
Voiced by Motoki Takagi in Japanese and Shelton Windham and Greg Silva in English.

An Administrative District of China who was once under the control of England, and as a result is cursed with thick eyebrows. Due to his lack of expression, it is hard to tell how he is actually feeling and what he is thinking, though he has been shown to be quick-witted and doesn't hold back when speaking to China. He has been shown to be the one who knows China the best, but has on at least one occasion he has expressed a desire to go live on his own

Flag of Macau.svg Macau (マカオ Makao?)

An Administrative District of China who was once under the control of Portugal, and still enjoys strong ties with them. He is not greedy by nature even with the high presence of gambling in the region. Despite his business-like manner, he is relatively calm and easygoing, a quality which is referred to as "relaxed governing" in foreign countries. He also jokes around with China and Hong Kong, and has been shown to mediate between them when they have a disagreement.

Flag of South Korea.svg South Korea (韓国 Kankoku?)

A free-spirited nation who shows affection for his family in bizarre ways. He often claims responsibility for others' work, though on at least one occasion he was able to perfect an invention that Japan couldn't get to work. He is shown to be a good artist, and never looks bad in a picture, even if he's asleep. He has a lot of energy, and it is rare to see him in a serious sort of mood. He enjoys playing video games, and he believes that he is perceived as "cool, cute, and sensitive."

Flag of the Republic of China.svg Taiwan (台湾 Taiwan?)
Voiced by Yuki Kaida in Japanese and Clarine Harp in English.

A strong-willed, fashionable young woman with an cheerful disposition who regards China as a teacher of sorts, though she doesn't care for his bossiness and isn't afraid to stand up to him. She is a good cook, known for her tasty yet inexpensive cuisine. She enjoys Japanese Culture and seems to get along well with him, and is optimistic to the point of discarding bad fortunes while fortune-telling. She likes things that are cute, and enjoys Japan's "kawaii" culture very much.

Southeast Asia

Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand (タイ王国 Taiōkoku?)

A cheerful young man who fought on the side of the Axis Powers in World War II. After the war ended, he was one of the few Asian countries to retain his independence. He treasures his friends and family, and is known for cooking dishes that are either really sweet, really spicy, or really hot. When working, he devotes himself to it completely, and he'll counter things with unbelievably tricky diplomacy, though he is said to be fun-loving and carefree most of the time.

Flag of Vietnam.svg Vietnam (ベトナム Betonamu?)

A headstrong but shy young woman who is often perplexed by the seemingly bizarre actions of those around her. She is extremely skilled, and is known to create a variety of different products, including cinnamon. She doesn't think much of her appearance, and appears embarrassed when photographed with Taiwan. She doesn't smile easily, but doesn't seem to have trouble taking part in more lighthearted activities, such as when she won America's Halloween costume contest with a TOPIO robot suit.

Africa

Flag of Cameroon.svg Cameroon (カメルーン Kamerūn?)
Voiced by Ayumu Asakura in Japanese and M. Kyle Maitland in English.

A soccer-loving nation first introduced as a participant in the 2010 FIFA World Cup. He is often shown talking about soccer in subsequent appearances, such as when he taught a mouse lemur how to play soccer and stopped to play soccer with some children despite wearing nice clothing. He doesn't show much enthusiasm toward Halloween, declaring it to be too much effort. He owns a pet lion club named Kokolo, who attended the University of Glasgow.

Flag of Egypt.svg Egypt (エジプト Ejiputo?)
Voiced by Hiroki Takahashi in Japanese and Scott Sager in English. As a child he is voiced by Eriko Nakamura in Japanese.

A quiet, mysterious young man who seems stubborn, but is actually friendly and family-minded. Due to his reserved nature, it is difficult to tell what he is thinking. It is said that he is a rather talkative person, but has yet to be shown speaking in any of his interactions. As a child, he is portrayed as more cheerful and outgoing. During World War II, when Italy attempts to invade his desert, Egypt beats him up with a stick.

Flag of Seychelles.svg Seychelles (セーシェル Sēsheru?)
Voiced by Megumi Takamoto in Japanese and Cassandra Hodges and Caitlin Glass in English.

A cheerful island girl, first introduced in the Gakuen Hetalia game and usually seen holding a fish. She is barely known throughout the world, but achieves more recognition after William and Kate of the British Royal Family honeymoon at her home. She has been a colony of England and France, and as a result her language is a mixture of English and French that can be difficult to understand. She is considered an oddity in Africa as she has more ties to Europe than to her own continent, though she has been shown to easily make friends from all over the world.

North America

Flag of Canada.svg Canada (カナダ Kanada?)
Voiced by Katsuyuki Konishi in Japanese and Eric Vale in English.

The brother of America, who is often forgotten or mistaken for him by other nations. When he tries to get angry, he does so very quietly and then gives up, though he can be pushed too far and argue for hours. Though he gets his hair from France, both France and England have acknowledged America more than him since childhood. He has a pet polar bear named Kumajirou, who cannot seem to remember his name. In return, Canada never remembers his bear's exact name.

Flag of Cuba.svg Cuba (キューバ Kyūba?)
Voiced by Hiroki Takahashi in Japanese and Bob Carter in English.

A cheerful yet loud and hot-tempered nation who doesn't get along well with America. However, he is friends with Canada, though he often mistakes him for America as well. He is normally depicted in high spirits, and seems to get along well with other countries, and during the Pict invasion, he helps Canada run a treatment center for those partially affected. His favorite food is ice cream, though his recent consumption of it has given him weight problems.

Oceania

Flag of Australia.svg Australia (オーストラリア Ōsutoraria?)
Voiced by Keiichiro Asai in Japanese and Tyson Rinehart in English.

A young nation who is courageous regardless of the environment, and whose food is wild because of his wild personality. Like many of England's former colonies, he is cursed with thick eyebrows. He appears to maintain good relations with micronations in his country, with Wy describing him as a big brother figure, and is friendly and outgoing to others. In nearly all of his appearances he is shown with an evil-looking Koala.

Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand (ニュージーランド Nyū Jīrando?)
Voiced by Souma Maeda in Japanese and Anthony Bowling in English.

An nation residing on an island chain near Australia, he is cursed with thick eyebrows like many of England's other former colonies. He is described as a big-hearted shepherd with a carefree personality and has an affinity for sheep. He is depicted dressing up as one for Halloween and Christmas, and on the later occasion tricks others into believing he is an actual sheep. During initial appearances, his gender was left ambiguous.

Predecessor States

Ancient Civilizations

       Ancient Egypt (古代エジプト Kodai Ejiputo?)

The mother of Egypt who was a mysterious woman with a downright enigmatic aura. Despite seeming mysterious from a distance, she was actually very laid-back, though she worried that, because of technology like the stone slate crusher, she would be seen as strict and scary. She doted on and worshiped cats, to the point where she became very upset when other civilizations began to take interest in them. In the modern day, many of her ruins remain intact, attracting tourists and archaeologists to her son's home.

       Ancient Rome (ローマ帝国 Rōma Teikoku?)
Voiced by Hozumi Gōda in Japanese and Christopher R. Sabat in English.

The grandfather to both Italy brothers, he was the strongest nation in the world but withered and eventually died. He enjoyed battling, drinking, and cavorting with women, and was not fond of talking about politics or serious matters. Since his death, he has been able to visit the 20th centuries a handful of times, including to visit his grandsons, upon which he befriended Germany. On another occasion, he was dismayed to learn that many of the structures that existed in the city of Rome are no longer standing, and he regrets not taking the time to appreciate them more while they were there.

       Germania (ゲルマン Geruman?)
Voiced by Kishô Taniyama in Japanese and Jason Douglas in English.

The doting father or grandfather of Holy Roman Empire, Prussia, Germany, and other Germanic nations and states. A brave and brutal warrior of few words and expressions, he's said to be rather wild. He once served as a bodyguard for Rome, and the two remain inseparable even in the afterlife. Despite this, it is said that the relationship eventually had gone bad in life, and Germania delivered the fatal blow to Rome, though the truth is unclear.

       Persia (ペルシア Perushia?)

A rival of Ancient Rome who has no qualms about boasting of his triumphs and comparing them to Rome's failings. While he appears carefree, he's endured a lot of hardships and remained strong, which directly shaped his personality. He is exceptionally skilled with delicate objects and enjoys making silver art and carving reliefs, using fancy and cute motifs in his art. Like Rome and Germania, he has several grandchildren and adopted children.

Other Historic States

Banner of the Holy Roman Emperor with haloes (1400-1806).svg Holy Roman Empire (神聖ローマ Shinsei Rōma?)
Voiced by Jun Konno in Japanese and Chris Cason in English.

The childhood love of Italy, whom he had mistaken for a girl. Due to his infatuation with Italy, he wished to make him join with him to become as powerful as Rome, though Italy refuses. While he appeared strong, he had a weak constitution due to infighting between Austria and other domains under his rule. Soon after, he threw himself into long periods fighting in the Thirty Years War, and presumably died as a result. It has been hinted that he may have some sort of connection to Germany, though the nature of this has yet to be divulged.

Flag of Prussia (1892-1918).svg Prussia (プロイセン Puroisen?)
Voiced by Atsushi Kousaka in Japanese and Jonathan Brooks in English.

the older brother of Germany, who will do anything to become strong. He once represented the Teutonic Knights, but eventually became Prussia, after various stages in his life as a nation. In the modern day (after his home was dissolved), he lives with Germany, though it is said that he once worked under Russia for a time. He has a fondness for picking on Austria, which causes him to get beaten up by Hungary even in the modern day.

Micronations

Flag Hutt River 01.png Hutt River (ハット・リバー Hatto Ribā?)
Voiced by Masatomo Nakazawa in Japanese and David Matranga in English.

A wealthy and well-developed micronation who acts as a mentor-type figure to Wy. The tallest of the micronations, he will only talk to those who own their own Rolls-Royce automobile. Despite this attitude, he does value friendship, and after some consideration befriends the other micronations. He values proper etiquette, but makes allowances for Wy. Like Australia and Wy, he is depicted with large eyebrows and an adheasive bandage on his face.

Flag Kugelmugel 01.png Kugelmugel (クーゲルムーゲル Kūgerumūgeru?)
Voiced by Mitsuhiro Ichiki in Japanese and Clifford Chapin in English.

An eccentric micronation who resides in Austria. He spends a great deal of the time contemplating art, specifically the nature of art and what could be considered art. He has been shown to have a strong desire to make things "more artistic", at one point determining that "Small things are not art. Small living things are art." Other characters have had varying degrees of success in interacting with him, many becoming put-off by his intense demeanor.

Flag of Ladonia with contours.svg Ladonia (ラドニア Radonia?)
Voiced by Daiki Yamashita in Japanese and Justin Briner in English.

A Swedish micronation who is based in the Internet, and can take form in and outside of computers. He considers himself powerful enough to defeat Sweden, and stalks the other micronations before attempting to make himself their leader. He has a rivalry of sorts with Sealand, whom he reluctantly forms a friendship with. He considers himself artistic, and is shown bonding with Kugelmugel over their mutual interest.

Flag of the Republic of Molossia.svg Molossia (モロッシア Morosshia?)
Voiced by Kaito Ishikawa in Japanese and Cris George in English.

An aloof and mysterious American micronation. He appears relatively calm and pleasant, enjoying activities such as gardening. However, when approached by others develops a more hostile persona, and is embarrassed when the other micronations catch him out of it. As a result, he adopts the persona full-time. He initially resists becoming friends with the other micronations, but then chases after them after they leave him behind.

       Nikoniko (ニコニコ Nikoniko?)
Voiced by Yūsuke Suda in Japanese and Dallas Reid in English.

A micronation in Japan who decided to relinquish his status and become a normal Japanese citizen. Due to this, he is now mortal and ages, and has begun living a normal life and starting a family. He still works at the hot springs where the micronation was located, and is described as an easygoing, quiet sort of oddball who loves radium eggs. Despite his departure, he still remains friendly with Sealand.

Flag of Sealand.svg Sealand (シーランド Shīrando?)
Voiced by Ai Orikasa in Japanese and Maxey Whitehead in English.

A British micronation who is determined to get recognized as a country. He often goes to exaggerated lengths in order to get noticed, such as disguising himself as Canada and sneaking into a meeting. He is a fan of Japanese mecha, to the point where he asks Japan to make him one. He bonded with Latvia over their shared small stature, and has started becoming friends with other micronations as well.

Flag of the Principality of Seborga.svg Seborga (セボルガ Seboruga?)
Voiced by Hiroshi Okamoto in Japanese and Austin Tindle in English.

An Italian micronation who is a womanizer, and is friendly and outgoing to others. After initially making a poor impression on Sealand and Wy, he becomes fast friends with them despite the apparent age gap. He is said to be the Italian with the most success with flirting, and is shown once successfully asking Monaco out on a date. He is often pictured carrying around an inner tube, and, like the other Italians, is depicted with a hair curl.

Principality of Wy Flag.jpg Wy (ワイ Wai?)
Voiced by Mikako Komatsu in Japanese and Lindsay Seidel in English.

The sole female micronation introduced so far, she has achieved recognition from the mayor of the surrounding township and is easily annoyed by the behavior of her peers. She is artistically gifted, and is on unusually good terms with Australia, though she is frustrated that she hasn't been allowed to make her driveway yet. After poor first impressions, she becomes friends with Sealand and Seborga, and reluctantly joins them in making friends with more micronations.

Others

Cross Templar.svg Knights Templar (テンプル騎士団 Tenpuru Kishidan?)

A Christian military order who was a contemporary of the Teutonic Knights, though they never established a state for themselves. He was initially established to provide assistance to those on Christian pilgrimages, and seemingly as a result has a very friendly and helpful disposition. Even after this function stopped, he continued to thrive as he was very good at making money and is considered very attractive. He is very fond of singing and very attentive to prayer, spending much of his free time doing both.

Flag of Osaka Prefecture.svg Osaka (大阪 Ōsaka?)
Voiced by Masaya Onosaka in Japanese.

A Feudal Domain and Prefecture of Japan who is often seen acting as his assistant. He is said to have good business sense and an intense pickiness about food, known as "The World's Kitchen" due to this love of the later. He doesn't like foreigners and tries to get America and Netherlands each to leave when they come and visit Japan, and even encourages Japan to hit America during extremely one-sided diplomatic negotiations.

Flag of Picardie.svg Picardy (ピカルディ Pikarudi?)
Voiced by Mitsuhiro Ichiki in Japanese and Josh Martin in English.

A young man who supposedly represents the Province of France. He acts as a caretaker for France when he comes home battered, he is assigned to take over France's April Fools Day duties in his place. He is usually depicted with a camera, and wearing cat ears and a tail given to him by France. He denies that "Picardy" is, in fact, his name, which is first shown as Shujinko (主人公, Shujinkō), a generic placeholder name meaning "hero."

Hetalia: Axis Powers Characters
Main Characters Italy · Germany · Japan · America · England · France · Russia · China
Supporting Characters Ancient Egypt · Ancient Rome · Australia · Austria · Belarus · Belgium · Bulgaria · Cameroon · Canada · Cuba · Cyprus · Czech · Denmark · Egypt · Estonia · Finland · Germania · Greece · Holy Roman Empire · Hong Kong · Hungary · Hutt River · Iceland · India · Knights Templar · Korea · Kugelmugel · Ladonia · Latvia · Liechtenstein · Lithuania · Luxembourg · Macau · Moldova · Molossia · Monaco · Netherlands · New Zealand · Nikoniko · Norway · Osaka · Persia · Picardy · Poland · Portugal · Prussia · Romania · Sealand · Seborga · Seychelles · Slovakia · South Italy · Spain · Sweden · Switzerland · Taiwan · Thailand · Turkey · Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus · Ukraine · Vietnam · Wy
See also Minor Characters · Historical Characters · Feudal Domains and Prefectures · Animals and Other Creatures · Nekotalia · Nyotalia · Mochitalia · Human names · Another color
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