|Job||Novelist, army surgeon, translator|
|Physical and Vital Statistics|
He’s charismatic, romantic and very gentleman-like, although quite persistent when he wants to be. Also, as Shunsou puts it, a weirdo as well.
One day after you return, Ougai hugs you and calls Mei his fiance. Turns out he doesn’t want to marry Mei and uses you as an excuse so he wouldn't need to marry another women, so to give you the real right to be a fiance, he makes you study Manners etc to display at the end of the month at a contest.
His route focuses on how Mei thinks he has some other woman he loves yet is always trying to get close to Mei (due to his kind friendly character). He brings her around town, treats her to food often and is generally always concerned for her safety. On top of that, Mei always see a beautiful Eurasian woman standing outside the gates so until Ougai tells Mei that the girl is actually a mononoke (spirit) and Mei resist falling in love with him. This woman is a bakenokami, a spirit that escaped from his novel and roams around. Sometimes they go back into the work, sometimes they don’t.
In the end Mei doesn’t win the contest since the results are actually decided by one’s household status, Mei runs off but Ougai chases after Mei and confesses that he wants Mei as his fiance, whether approved or not. In the good end, the woman returns to Ougai's story and Mei marries Ougai, staying in the mansion and all.
- Él llama a Mei "Pequeña ardilla" a la que Shunsou siempre se ha convertido en una mascota que reconoce.
- Ougai has some weird traits like collecting new decorations and stripping naked suddenly because he has to bathe at a specific time.
- His favorite food is hot red bean bun on rice, with tea poured over it.