- "I must've hurt you when I said I hated Valentine's Day in the first grade, Fujiwara. Thank you."
- ―Masaru Yada
Masaru Yada (矢田まさる, Yada Masaru) is a classmate and a childhood friend of Hazuki.
To many of his classmates, Masaru often comes off as cold, quiet, and distant to others. He only opens up to Hazuki. He is calm, enigmatic and a little anti-social. He is also very tough, so most boys his age don't try to pick a fight with him.
Masaru has dark green hair and moss-green eyes.
He wears a partly unbuttoned purple shirt with the sleeves rolled up, baggy dark green pants and gray shoes.
Masaru's birth mother died in a car accident when he was very young, so he developed a close relationship with his father. His father remarried, and while Masaru didn't mind his new step-mother, he never grew very close to her either. Before leaving to work overseas in Germany, his father gave him his beloved trumpet as a gift. Masaru grew as a self-taught trumpeter to make his father proud.
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In the current Ojamajo Doremi series, Ojamajo Doremi 16, it's revealed that Masaru and Hazuki are in a relationship. He is playing the trumpet in a bar at night.
- Like Hazuki, Masaru has an intense fear of ghosts, but he tries to hide it in front of others.
- "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" was the first song he practiced on his trumpet when he was little, and it's often associated with Hazuki.
- Masaru habitually responds with the phrase "Not really" to others that vocalize observations of him that he's shy about admitting.