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Japanese データ・ナミネ
Rōmaji Dēta-Namine

Type Construct
Voice actors (Ja:) Iku Nakahara
(En:) Meaghan Jette Martin
Homeworld Castle Oblivion
Game Kingdom Hearts coded

Kingdom Hearts coded
A special Nobody whose counterpart is Kairi. Organization XIII exploited Naminé's unique powers to alter Sora's memory, but his true heart moved her to betray them.

For Sora's memory to be repaired, he had to enter a long sleep. During this time, Naminé found hurtful memories hiding deep in his heart. Hoping their story might come to light, she added a message to Jiminy's journal.

Data-Naminé is a character that appears in Kingdom Hearts coded. She is a digital replica of the original Naminé.


Kingdom Hearts coded[edit]

A data version of Naminé appears in the white room of the datascape's Castle Oblivion, where she meets Data-Sora and Mickey. She tells them about Terra, Aqua, and Ventus, as well as Sora's destiny to save them from their suffering, along with Axel, Xion, Roxas, and Naminé herself. As a replica of data existing specifically for this purpose, Data-Naminé fades away after the message is delivered, but not before Data-Sora keeps Sora's promise to the real Naminé, and tells her "Thank you". Subsequently, Mickey puts Data-Naminé's message in writing, and sends the letter to Sora, Riku and Kairi.


The Data-Naminé is identical to the real Naminé in terms of appearance, and by extension, Kairi's. She has blond hair that drapes across her right shoulder, blue eyes, rosy cheeks, and pale, pink lips. She wears a white dress that ends at her thighs in an embroidered lace pattern and light blue sandals decorated with yellow flowers.


Data-Naminé's persona is identical to that of the real Naminé. She is quiet and reserved, yet unfailingly kind. When Data-Naminé reveals that she was the reason why the Bug Blox appear in the datascape, she shows immense guilt for her actions.