Ninomae Ina'nis

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Ninomae Ina'nis
"Ina Ina Inaaaa~"
English NameNinomae Ina’nis
Japanese Name一伊那尓栖/にのまえいなにす
Chinese Name一伊那尓栖
Debut DateSeptember 13, 2020 (YouTube)
Member ofhololive English -Myth-
Fan NameTentacult / Takodachis
Emoji /
Oshi Mark
Official Media
YouTubeNinomae Ina'nis Ch.
Websitehololive official website (EN)
hololive official website (JP) (EN) (JP)
Twitter@ninomaeinanis Verified
BirthdayMay 20
(somebody spilled ink on the page!!)
Stream Talk#TAKOTIME (EN)
#タコタイム (JP)
Fans#tentacult (EN)
Fanart#inART (EN)
#いなアート (JP)
  • イナちゃん
  • Ina
  • the Priestess
  • Ina
  • 古神
  • 章魚

Channel Logo - Ninomae Ina’nis 01.png
Introduction Video
Official Bio
Streaming Info
Other Media
External links
Additional Contents:
Hunter Myth: Myth Breakers

Introduction Video[edit source]

Official Bio[edit source]

Despite her looks, Ina'nis is actually a priestess of the Ancient Ones. One day, she picked up a strange book and then started to gain the power of controlling tentacles. To her, tentacles are just a part in her ordinary life; it has never been a big deal for her. However, her girly mind does want to get them dressed up and stay pretty.
After gaining power, she started hearing Ancient Whispers and Revelations. Hence, she began her VTuber activities to deliver random sanity checks on humanity, as an ordinary girl.

Overview[edit source]

Ninomae Ina’nis is a human girl of undisclosed age, joining as part of Hololive EN’s holoMyth group. Contrary to her lovecraftian horror-esque appearance, she has gained a reputation to be the most tranquil of HoloEN bunch. An extremely talented artist, Ina's sketching and drawing streams have earned the praise and admiration of not only the Takodachis, but her fellow Holopro members as well.[7] Ina is also a Pun enthusiast, regularly making puns any time she gets the opportunity, regardless of the timing or situation. Of course, this has some unforeseen consequences such as her jokes falling flat, resulting in viewers typing out "INAFF" in the live chat.[8] As the priestess of the Ancient Ones, she is not afraid to release her hidden power to enforce chat rules, with the assistance of AO-Chan. Unfortunately, Takodachis have adapted and come to embrace Ina's bonking, which has been done with crowbars as well.[9] When combined with the rest of Holomyth, she attempts to play the Straight Man role, however she eventually gives in to her genmates' often chaotic schemes. [10]

Personality[edit source]

Ina’nis, nicknamed Ina by her own request, is a soft-spoken yet sociable individual with an easy-going temperament. She is very loving and aware towards her fellow members, capable of talking extensively about each one and their respective quirks. Ina is very engaged in popular culture with massively diverse tastes, enjoying a large variety of genres in an equally large pool of mediums, whether it be mecha anime, pop rock, fps, only to name a few. A notable feature of Ina is her significant artistic talent, illustrating multiple promotional content for HoloEN as well as the majority of assets she uses for her vtuber activities.

History[edit source]

2020[edit source]

  • July 16 Twitter account creation date.
  • July 16 YouTube channel creation date.
  • Sep. 10 Reddit account creation date.
  • Sep. 13 YouTube debut and first uploaded a video.
  • Sep. 13 Achieved a 100,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.
  • Sep. 16 Achieved a 200,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.
  • Oct. 01 Achieved a 300,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.
  • Oct. 01 Membership feature opened.
  • Oct. 22 Achieved a 400,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.
  • Nov. 14 Achieved a 500,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[11]
  • Dec. 11 Achieved a 600,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.

2021[edit source]

  • Jan. 11 Achieved a 700,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[12]
  • Feb. 15 Achieved an 800,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[13]
  • Apr. 01 Revealed Live2D "Mini" models with art by Walfie.[14]
  • Apr. 15 Achieved a 900,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[15]
  • May. 06 Revealed her second Live2D outfit.[16]
  • May. 27 Achieved a 1,000,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[17]
  • July 0405 Participated in two panels along with her gen-mates at Anime Expo Lite.[18]
  • Sep. 12 Revealed a fan made VR model of Walfie's "Smol Ina" during the Holomyth 1st anniversary stream. [19]

Hunter Myth: Myth Breakers[edit source]

Ina'nis plays the character of Yuul B. Alwright in the Hunter Myth: Myth Breakers Tabletop RPG campaign that she is playing along the rest of Hololive English -Myth-.

Streaming Information[edit source]

Stream Rules[edit source]

For the main page, see Stream Rules.

Ina'nis has the following streaming rules in her streams' descriptions:

Thank you for watching my stream!
To help everyone enjoy the stream more, please follow these rules:

  • Be nice to other viewers. Don’t spam or troll.
  • If you see spam or trolling, don’t respond. Just block, report, and ignore those comments.
  • Talk about the stream, but please don’t bring up unrelated topics or have personal conversations.
  • Don’t bring up other streamers or streams unless I mention them.
  • Similarly, don’t talk about me or my stream in other streamers’ chat.
  • Please refrain from chatting before the stream starts to prevent any issues.

As long as you follow the rules above, you can chat in any language.

Fans[edit source]

Ina's fan base and membership are both called the Tentacult, a portmanteau of "tentacle" and "cult". Each individual fan is called a Takodachi, a portmanteau of tako (タコ, octopus) and tomodachi (友達, friend). The plural form of Takodachi, Takodachis, can also be used as a byword for Ina's fan base as a whole. A Takodachi is depicted as a cartoon purple dumbo octopus designed by Ina herself.

Streamer Side
Scene Lines Romaji Meaning / Notes
Greetings Wah!
Introduction Good morning / afternoon / evening! All 3 words are said in "morning / afternoon / evening".
Farewell Bye bye!
Viewer Side
Scene Lines Romaji Meaning / Notes
Waiting [It's] Tako Time or Membership Ina Peek emote
Greetings Wah In response to "Wah!"
Farewell 10Q or bye bye In response to the stream about to end. "10Q" is a pun on "thank you".
Wah In response to "Wah!"
= w=)7 A kaomoji of a saluting Tako. Used after the stream has ended.
YouTube Membership Perks
Badges and Emoji Perk Levels
Ninomae Ina'nis - Membership Perks.png
  • Members-only live stream
  • Gameplay with you
  • Member-only Posts & Polls
    Behind the scenes roughs / Polls for choosing the topic for drawing streams
  • Includes access to perks from previous level
  • Same as previous level/s
AO-chan's Food
  • Includes access to perks from previous levels
  • Same as previous level/s

Other Media[edit source]

Trivia[edit source]

Ina's mascot, a Takodachi

Logo - hololive (Textless).png No speculations and rumors, just fun facts!

Media[edit source]

Image Gallery[edit source]

Music[edit source]


Domination! All the World Is an Ocean

Take Me Home, Country Roads - hololive English -Myth- Cover

Discography[edit source]

Album Cover Art - VIOLET.png
Release Date August 6, 2021
Track List
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
Collab Singles
浸食! 地球全域全おーしゃん (Domination! All the World Is an Ocean)
Album Cover Art - Domination! All the World Is an Ocean.webp
Release Date September 19, 2021
Track List
  1. 浸食!! 地球全域全おーしゃん
  2. 浸食!! 地球全域全おーしゃん - Instrumental
External links
Digital Release • Music Video

BGM[edit source]

The following are a list of background music Ninomae Ina'nis has used in her streams and videos.


References[edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 (Sep. 13, 2020). Retrieved from
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  11. (Nov. 14, 2020). Retrieved from
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  16. (May 6, 2021) Retrieved from
  17. (May. 27, 2021) Retrieved from
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  19. (Sep. 13, 2021) Retrieved from
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External links[edit source]