Haru is one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Mirab Welega Zone, Haru is bordered on the south by Nole Kaba, on the southwest by Dale Lalo, on the west by Yubdo, on the north by Gimbi, on the east by an exclave of the Benishangul-Gumuz Region, and on the southeast by the Illubabor Zone. Towns in Haru include Guyi and Guyu Abo.
Coffee is an important cash crop of this woreda. Over 50 square kilometers are planted with this crop.
Haru is a Japanese word that means spring (season). Haru also means day in Korean.
Haru may also refer to:
- Haru (woreda), a woreda (district) in Ethiopia
- Haru (name), a unisex Japanese given name
- Haru Endou, a voice actor
- Haru Glory, the main character of the manga Rave Master
- Haru Miura, a character from the manga Reborn!
- Haru Sohma, a character from the manga Fruits Basket
- Haru (1996 film), a Japanese film
- Haru (2013 film), a Japanese film
- Yoshida Haru, a male protagonist from the anime My Little Monster
Haru (1996 film)
is a 1996 Japanese film directed by Yoshimitsu Morita. The film is about a young man and woman who fall in love through the internet.
is a Japanese actress and model, known for the film Koizora (2007), Maria-sama ga Miteru (2010), the TV drama Asa ga Kita (2015-2016) and for co-hosting of the TBS talk show A-Studio.