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Hina Satō (佐藤 ひな, Sato Hina), also known as Odin (オーディン, Ōdin), is the female protagonist of Kamisama ni Natta Hi. She is an ordinary girl who awakens as a deity.


Hina is an ordinary fair-skinned girl with soft waist-length purple hair that has bangs hanging over her forehead with shoulder-length hair strands hanging on either side and pale blue eyes.

She wears a full-sleeved church habit, a white veil with attached navy blue wimple on her head, a blue border lined white vest scarf tied with a yellow ribbon bow on her neck, a large brown belt on her waist and brown boots.


Hina is a strange girl with a god complex and mischievous personality.


Once Hina awakens as a god with precognition to find that the world will be ending, she finds a boy as her companion with whom she wants to spend for the rest of her life with.

Throughout the series, she constantly displays powers of omniscience, such as predicting horse race outcomes, weather changes, as well as many other examples. She uses these "godly powers" to help Youta Narukami fulfill his wish of getting Kyouko Izanami to fall in love with him (among helping him fulfill other things).

It is later slowly revealed, that she is in fact, not a god, but a girl who should have died due to a rare hereditary disease called "Logos Syndrome", but due to some almost miraculous circumstance, recovers from it.

Later on, it is then revealed, that her godly powers actually stem from a chip sized supercomputer implanted in her head, which not only compensates for the Logos Syndrome, but allows her to predict the future. This chip is deemed too dangerous to exist in the world and the "Higher ups" authorize the removal of the chip.


  • The name Hina is written in hiragana (ひな), which has no special meaning. However, when written in kanji (陽菜 or 日菜), it could possibly mean [1]:
    • 陽菜 - "light, sun, male" (陽) (hi) and "vegetables, greens" (菜) (na).
    • 日菜 - "sun, day" (日) (hi) and "vegetables, greens" (菜) (na).
  • Hina's surname Satō means "help, aid" (佐) (sa) and "wisteria" (藤) ().


  • Hina prefers to be called "Odin".
  • Hina is a word for goddess in Indonesian mythology.
  • Hina has a complex concerning her surname due to how common it is and notices how Youta Narukami, his family and friends have names related to gods.