Aragami Oga

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Aragami Oga
"Yo! Aragami Oga da."
「よー! 荒咬オウガだ。」
Japanese Name荒咬オウガ
English NameAragami Oga
Debut DateMay 1, 2020
Member ofMaFia
Fan NameOmae-san (オマエさん)
Emoji /
Oshi Mark
Official Media
YouTubeOga Ch.荒咬オウガ Verified
Twitcharagamioga_holostars (EN) (JP) (EN) (JP)
Twitter@aragamioga Verified
BirthdayJanuary 15
Age5030 years old
Stream Talk#アラライブ
Video Clips#荒咬ドウガ

Introduction Video
Official Bio
Streaming Info
Other Media
External links

Introduction Video[edit]

Official Bio[edit]

"Ex-military who had been fighting for around 5,000 years in a parallel world. Had recently retired from service and was sightseeing in Japan when he was scouted by Shinove.
Was introduced to retro gaming and has been hooked ever since."


Aragami Oga「荒咬オウガ」born January 15, is retired warrior - now part of the Holostars' TriNero group. Starting his Twitter activity on April 27 2020, he was last to debut from the group on May 1 2020[9], making up for it by actively interacting with fans and other VTubers on Twitter while cheering on debuting members of TriNero.

Oga showed a lot of creativity ever since his debut, taking the future fans by surprise with a RPG Maker intro for his first stream and later admitting to drawing most of his visual assets and stream overlay by himself[10], with frequent voice-acting on in-game lines and occasional singing skits on his Twitter later on. He plays retro games a lot, being very knowledgeable about them and having considerable admiration for retro game consoles. Sometimes he’s too keen on interacting with fans which results in frequent guerilla chat-streams.

Oga's favorite phrase is "Majikayo"「マジかよ」with a meaning of "Seriously..?". Among his favorite manga series such titles as Dragon Ball, World Trigger and serializations from Shonen Jump magazine.


He was initially described by other members of TriNero as "very weird person". Oga is man of calm demeanor, speaking with a deep, soothing voice while treating fans very kindly which builds up a warm and calming atmosphere on his streams. He is trying to forge friendly relationships with his fans, being sad to notice, that after his debut stream many fans switched from -kun「くん」to -san「さん」suffix while addressing him[11], making the comments feel a bit more distant.



  • Apr. 08 YouTube channel creation date.
  • Apr. 10 Twitter account creation date.
  • May 01 YouTube debut and first uploaded video.
  • May 04 Achieved a 5,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[12]
  • June 11 Achieved a 10,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[13]
  • July 03 Achieved a 15,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[14]
  • July 22 Achieved a 20,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[15]
  • Aug. 08 Achieved a 25,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[16]
  • Sep. 09 Achieved a 30,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[17]
  • Sep. 27 Membership feature opened.[18]
  • Nov. 06 Achieved a 40,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[19]
  • Dec. 06 Achieved a 50,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[20]


  • Jan. 03 Revealed his Live2D New Years outfit.[21]
  • Jan. 05 Achieved a 60,000 Youtube subscriber milestone.[22]
  • Jan. 17 Achieved a 70,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[23]
  • Feb. 15 Achieved a 80,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[24]
  • Mar. 12 Achieved a 90,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[25]
  • Apr. 21 Achieved a 100,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[26]
  • Jun. 01 Achieved a 110,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[27]
  • Jul. 01 Achieved a 120,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[28]
  • Jul. 24 Revealed his 3D model.

Streaming Information[edit]

Streamer Side
Scene Lines Romaji Meaning / Notes
Greetings よー! Yo-! Simple call.
Introduction 荒咬オウガだ。 Aragami Oga da. Oga's usual introduction, accompanied by affiliation during collabs and regular streams sometimes.
Farewell ありがとう、サンキュー。。。
Arigatou, sankyu...
Ordinary farewell with intention to meet again.
Viewer Side
Scene Lines Romaji Meaning / Notes
Waiting 待機 Taiki "Waiting" with the water buffalo emoji.
Greetings こんばんは! Konbanwa! Normal greeting.
Farewell ありがとサンキュー! Arigatosankyu-! Deriving from Oga's farewell line.
おつかれサンキュー! Otsukaresankyu-! Deriving from Oga's farewell line.
YouTube Membership Perks
Badges and Emoji Perk Levels
魔力レベル1 (Magic level 1)
  • Members-only live stream
    Experimental live streams from Oga
  • Members-only images and photos
    Best photos of Oga and original emoji resolutions
魔力レベル10 (Magic level 10)
  • Includes access to perks from previous level
魔力レベル1000 (Magic level 1000)
  • Includes access to perks from previous levels


Chungami, Oga's mascot
Chungami, design by Fubuki
  • Oga didn't specify his favorite food, saying that he likes everything that tastes good 「うめぇもの」and the human world is full of such things.
    • But he's not very fond of quail eggs.
    • And doesn't tolerate alcohol well[29] - leaning towards tea during drinking chats and collabs[30].
  • Oga likes The Avengers movie franchise a lot, being skeptical about them at first, but changing his mind after trying to watch one, eventually watching all of them[31].
  • Speaking about his favorite music, he rather specified "sound of the rain"「雨音」as something he likes listening to.
  • On May 2, the archive of his first game stream of Cardcaptor Sakura: Sakura Card-hen Sakura Card to Tomodachi[32] being removed due to copyrighted content[33].
  • Chungami - initially an image of waking up Oga born in the dialog with Fubuki on Twitter[34]. Now - one of his mascots.
    • ... with 2nd being one designed by Fubuki herself a bit later[35] under the impression from the same dialog.
  • Oga's horn if removed can grow back with enough water and some gentle words [36], and can provide Wi-Fi capabilities when attached to android lifeforms [37].
  • Being able to grow up to 200 meters tall and 9000 tons in weight[38] makes Oga potentially the most sizable member of Hololive Production.
  • Is one of the Hololive Production VTubers with the following verified accounts:
  • Shares the same illustrator with following VTubers:

No speculations and rumors, just fun facts!


Image Gallery[edit]



The following are a list of albums Oga has made or participated in.

Silent Night Requiem
Release Date January 16, 2022
Track List
  1. Silent Night Requiem
  2. Silent Night Requiem (Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
Collab Singles
Just Follow Stars
Release Date June 27, 2021
Track List
  1. Just Follow Stars
  2. Just Follow Stars (Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
Release Date November 30, 2021
Track List
  1. Pentas
  2. Pentas (Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
Release Date December 27, 2021
Track List
  2. JOURNEY to FIND STARS (Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
Find It
Release Date June 27, 2022
Track List
  1. Find It
  2. Find It (Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
はらぱん ぱんぱんぱん (Harapan PanPanPan)
Release Date July 9, 2022
Track List
  1. はらぱん ぱんぱんぱん
  2. はらぱん ぱんぱんぱん (Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
ナイト ライト サイド (Night Light Side)
Release Date September 24, 2022
Track List
  1. ナイト ライト サイド
  2. ナイト ライト サイド (Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release
Collab Albums
Follow Us
Release Date February 18, 2022
Track List
  1. Just Follow Stars
  3. Find It
  4. Magic Word Orchestra
  5. Pentas
  6. Just Follow Stars(Instrumental)
  7. JOURNEY to FIND STARS(Instrumental)
  8. Find It(Instrumental)
  9. Magic Word Orchestra(Instrumental)
  10. Pentas(Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release

Cover Songs[edit]

The following are a list of songs covered by Oga.

Collab Covers


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  27. (Jun. 01, 2021) Retrieved from
  28. (Jul. 02, 2021) Retrieved from
  31. To be checked
  39. (Dec. 14, 2021). Retrieved from

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