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Apparition in Ibuki's ending for Super Street Fighter IV
|Likes||Puzzle games (like Don't Pull)|
|Dislikes||Homework, cleaning up|
|First game||Street Fighter III: New Generation|
Sarai appears in Ibuki's Street Fighter III: New Generation ending. While Ibuki was seriously focused recalling the dialogue she had with Gill after her victory, then suddenly feeling somebody was approaching and thinking is trying to sneaking up on her, immediatly throws several kunais at that direction. Sarai, who shields herself from the attack with her book bag, later gets angry at Ibuki for caresly attacking her and ruining all her high school's textbooks.
In Ibuki's prologue for Super Street Fighter IV Sarai is show along her as walking they way back home from high school while she complains about what a disappointment turned to be the training camp's locations.
She also appears in Ibuki's Super Street Fighter IV ending where she is late for her ninja exams and sneaks in by using a camouflage sheet. But her master manages to see through Ibuki's disguise and throws kunais at her position. The kunais almost hit Sarai who freaks out and ducks quickly.
In UDON's Street Fighter Legends: Ibuki, Sarai is the only student at school who knows Ibuki is a ninja. Later in the comic, Ibuki befriends Makoto and Elena, causing Sarai to become jealous that Ibuki is friends with other warriors. She later reveals that she was jealous of the three warriors and just wanted Ibuki to herself. After this, they make up and become best friends again, and Sarai even travels with Ibuki to challenge Oro in combat. Sarai later becomes a ninja herself.
Sarai makes a cameo in Street Fighter X Tekken on the Mishima Estate stage. On the top floor she is shown arguing with Kunimitsu from the Tekken series because she refused to fight Sarai. On the second floor, she is seen chasing Kunimitsu around.
- Her last name is clearly a homage to the influential and world famous japanese film director Akira Kurosawa (黒澤 明 Kurosawa Akira?), creator of master pieces such as the succesful movie Seven Samurai (七人の侍 Shichinin no Samurai?). Even George Lucas praised his stile and claimed that his works influenced greatly in him and also while filming the original Star Wars trilogy.