Name: Kingdom Of Norway (Kongeriket Norge)
Human Name: Lukas Bondevik
Alternative Spelling(s): N/A
Age: 20
Gender: Male
Birthday: May 17
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Indigo (World Series), Violet (Beautiful World)
Height: Unknown
First Appearance (volume): Volume 3
First Appearance (strip): To Create Better Products In Northern Europe
First Appearance (anime): Episode 79
Japanese VA: Masami Iwasaki
English VA: Alex Organ

Norway (ノルウェー , Norūē) is a supporting character in the series Hetalia: Axis Powers.



A 'chibi' version of Norway. Shown in Hidekaz Himaruya's blog.

Main article: Uniform Guide: Norway

Norway has short, light blond hair and dull indigo eyes. He wears a brown belted, navy blue sailor top with a light blue collar, tie, and cuffs, with matching pants and sailor hat. He sports a Nordic Cross barrette in his hair, and has a detached hair-curl that floats independently beside his head (which often has a dot that floats independently beside it).

Of the five Nordics, he is the third tallest. He speaks in a Tsugaru dialect.

Personality and Interests

Norway is a mysterious man of few words and expressions, and is reclusive from the everyday world. He is often shown to have a troll or fairy with him, and has the ability to see and interact with various supernatural creatures. For this reason some fans think that he and England might possibly get along well.



Main article: Denmark

They have known each other since childhood, but while Denmark considers the two of them to be very close and believes that Norway feels the same way he does, he is unaware of Norway's teasing.


Main article: Iceland

Norway feels strongly for Iceland, who he sees as a younger brother to him and as being very important. In return, it is said that Iceland considers Norway to be the home where his heart truly is. It was later revealed that Norway and Iceland are indeed "biological" brothers due to Iceland having been discovered by Norwegians, though Iceland became irritated at Norway's insistence to refer to him as a big brother ("onii-chan").


Norway and England had a long history. When Norway was still a viking, he invaded the British Isles. They both have a strong belief in magic, and every year, Norway sends England a Christmas Tree as a token of thanks for being his ally.

In The Anime


Norway in Episode 79.

Norway made his anime debut in Episode 79, which adapts To Create Better Products in Northern Europe. He appears only to observe that while the dolls Finland and Sweden made were fine, the salesman (Denmark) was too loud and annoying. He is voiced by Masami Iwasaki.

His appearance remains largely unchanged, though one scanned official anime picture featuring the Nordic 5 (in their uniforms) Shown that the necktie of his sailor top had a slight extension to it.


Himaruya has listen in a blog post that Lukas Bondevik, Børre Thomassen, Bjørn, Kjetil, Knut, and Sigurd are names he liked for Norway. Bondevik and Thomassen for the surnames.

Regardless, fans are highly cautioned to avoid using Bondevik as it is related to a real-life Norwegian politician by the name of Kjell Magne Bondevik. This is to prevent confused fusion between reality and the fictional series.

Character Songs

Always With You... Nordic Five! (featured)

My House is... Quiet ~With the Trolls~



Young Norway in the Hetalia: Volume 3 Sketchbook

  • It was rumored that Norway would appear in the first season of the Hetalia anime, and that he would be voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro. But the news "announcement," which also claimed that Denmark and Iceland would appear, turned out to be a hoax. Despite this, some websites still circulate the false seiyū information. Norway is now officially played by Masami Iwasaki in the second season (and fourth season overall) of Hetalia: World Series.
  • Norway celebrates the day between his birthday and Iceland's birthday. 
  • Norway's floating curl is meant to represent the fjords off the Norwegian coast. Some fans speculate that the curl represents a group of islands, Svalbard, with the dot being the smaller island of Jan Mayen.
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