|Affiliations||Raizen High School|
|Novel Debut||Volume 3|
|Anime Debut||Episode 01|
Mai Hazakura (葉桜 麻衣 Hazakura Mai?) is a member of the female trio that Tohka is friends with.
Mai is one of Shido's female classmates.
Mai has brown eyes, and short, Brunette hair. Usually, she is seen wearing the Raizen High School uniform. Her height is stated to be 160 cm.
Mai has a attitudes of friendly girl, being willing to cheer up Tohka when she is depressed.
Mai and her friends make their first appearance when they see Tohka being upset that Shido isn't around. They then offer her the tickets that Tohka would later use on her date with Shido. During Shido's date with Kurumi. Mai and her friends try to chase them down, but are distracted by Yoshino.
After Ellen takes a picture of Tohka, Origami, and Shido. Mai, and her friends appear next to Ellen and compliment her on her camera skills. Then, after the airplane takes flight, they still follow Ellen while she is spying the <Princess>. Later on, Mai and her friends enter the public bath, where they spot Tohka, and praise the girl for her good looks. While they approach her, Tohka acts in strange way in order to cover Shido, who is hiding behind her. However, the trio's continual advancement towards Tohka's location causes the latter to accidentally push Shido off the cliff and into the sea.
Later that night, the trio end up sharing the same room with Kaguya and Tohka, They start fawning over Kaguya's cute appearance and offer her some Pokey. After everyone is present, they engage in a pillow fight, which Ellen accidentally gets caught in the crossfire.
The next day, they call for Ellen to take a picture of them, while they were at the beach. As Ellen tries to refuse, Mai and her friends eventually manages to persuade her to join in on the fun. They end up burying Ellen with sand right alongside Tonomachi, which causes the former to freak out. Later that night, Ellen trips and stumbles on one of the holes they dug while speed digging, preventing the AST Wizard from catching up with Shido and Tohka.
At the gymnasium of Raizen High School, she and Mii listen on as Ai gives a passionate speech about they overcoming their previous failure to win the Tenou festival and how they will surely seize victory this year. After seeing how Shido is able to attract the attention of Tohka, Origami, and the Yamai Sisters, she and her friends accept Shido's nomination of being the executive member for the Tenou festival.
After Shido is forced to crossdress as Shiori, Mai and her friends gets mad at Shido for forcing his duties as the executive member onto Shiori. Later, in the room they discuss about the loss of potential band members because of Ai's selfishness. Seeing Shido, Origami, and Tohka in the hallway, she orders her friends to capture them. Ultimately, the missing band member slots are replaced by Tohka and Origami. They also introduce the instruments that they will playing, with Mai using the drums. After hearing that the drum is already taken, Tohka starts being upset, but is cheer up by the trio stating that they will give her the most sacred instrument: the tambourine
The trio also participates in Raizen High School's maid cafe, which attracts a great deal of customers. However, before the audition started, Miku had already brainwashed them so that they would not participate in Shido's group.
After the conflict at the music stage, Mai and her friends end up becoming maids for Miku, who asks them for information about Shido's whereabouts. Right afterwards, they barge in on Miku fawning over the new Spirits she has acquired and tell the idol that Shido has come to them instead. Later on, Miku asks Mai and her friends about Shido's relationship to Tohka. At first they answer by telling Miku to not worry about Shido, since he is a frivolous person. However, Miku soon tells them that she hates girls who lie. As a result, they tell Miku the truth and say that they really don't know much about the two, but they do seem to be close.
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- Mai's name, along with her two friends, are a pun of the expression "I, my, me".