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Mitsukuni Haninozuka (埴之塚 光邦, Haninozuka Mitsukuni?), age 18, usually called Hunny (ハ二, Hunny?) ("Honey" in English), is a third-year at Ouran High School depicted as a very childish and cake-loving boy who is much older than his elementary school appearance would indicate.
In the anime, there is a scene which shows the true strength and power Honey possesses and it is said that he has been told by Japan's Defense Minister not to show his full power for fear of other countries thinking Japan held a weapon of mass destruction, causing the other countries to fire missiles at Japan (see episode 18 in the anime).
Hunny is often around his cousin, Mori, who is very close to him. Honey lives with his father, the owner of a famous dojo and his little brother, Yasuchika, with whom he is often at odds.
Hunny is very fond of eating sweets and his room is full of stuffed animals. He always carries around a plush bunny named Bun-Bun (Usa-chan in the Japanese version; usa is short for usagi, meaning "rabbit"). He used to hide his true self (with much difficulty) by being a "real man" for some time, but after Tamaki convinced him that liking cute things wasn't bad, he soon realized that there was absolutely no need for him to do that.
Then, together with Mori, he joined the host club, attracting customers with his shotacon cuteness. His nickname, Hunny, could have come from his personal name Mitsukuni (光圀, Mitsukuni?) because the abbreviation to "Mitsu" can mean "honey" (蜜, "honey"?), or as an abbreviation of his family name Haninozuka.
He was originally intended to have a extreme dual personality. Also the "crouching in the corner, depressed" stance was reassigned from him to Tamaki. He is shown to be similar in looks and personality to Momiji Sohma from Fruits Basket. Coincidentally, both characters are voiced by the same seiyuu.
Birthday: February 29 (A joke of the mangaka is that he only ages every 4 years due to his birthday only coming every four years)