Yesterday, I brought you all the cards from the "Mai" version of the 2013 BBM Dancing Heroine set. This is the other "Hana" version, which at first glance appears to have a completely different set of cheerleaders.
What do hana and mai mean? The kanji for "hana" is flower, while the kanji for mai is "dance" - so really they have no meaning. Hana was released before Mai, so perhaps together they are "dancing flowers" - a play on the idea of "dancing heroine"?
The cards are below, with a few more of those strange "animated" images. Why did that happen? A couple card backs are found at the end of the post. As always, you can click on an image to enlarge it. You know you want to.
Here are the card backs. As you can see, some basic information is provided about each girl: birthday, birthplace, height, years of experience, hobbies, favorite color, and favorite something else. Also, the rear photo uses a different outfit from the front. Some teams use casual clothing, while others use alternate costumes. You can see examples of both below.