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22nd Sep '16 1:10:19 PM Basara-kun
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* Koyori, the SeriesMascot of ''VideoGame/SengokuAce'' is a miko that uses the typical attire... with some liberties, as using an AbsoluteCleavage to stand out her "[[BuxomIsBetter atributes]]" and a [[GogglesDoNothing aviator goggles over her hair]]. Apart of that, she attacks with seals and even has a {{Mon}} she summons in at least one of the games.

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* Koyori, the SeriesMascot of ''VideoGame/SengokuAce'' is a miko that uses the typical attire... with some liberties, as using an AbsoluteCleavage to stand out her "[[BuxomIsBetter atributes]]" and a [[GogglesDoNothing aviator goggles over her hair]]. Apart of that, she attacks with seals and even has a {{Mon}} she summons in at least one of the games.
22nd Sep '16 1:00:47 PM Basara-kun
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* Koyori, the SeriesMascot of ''VideoGame/SengokuAce'' is a miko that uses the typical attire... with some liberties, as using an AbsoluteCleavage to stand out her "[[BuxomIsBetter atributes]]" and a [[GogglesDoNothing aviator goggles over her hair]]. Apart of that, she attacks with seals and even has a {{Mon}} she summons in at least one of the games.
1st Sep '16 6:49:43 PM lavendermintrose
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* Nozomi Toujou from ''Franchise/LoveLive'' works as a part-time {{Miko}} at the shrine where Honoka, Umi and Kotori first start their fitness training to be an [[IdolSinger idol group]].

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* Nozomi Toujou from ''Franchise/LoveLive'' works as a part-time {{Miko}} at the shrine where Honoka, Umi and Kotori first start their fitness training to be an [[IdolSinger idol group]]. She might be the only fictional miko who's [[RealPlaceBackground real shrine]] sells [[https://youtu.be/NXZ_PBlMrPg?t=3m merchandise of her]].
29th Aug '16 8:39:30 AM whereismytea
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* In ''Manga/Brave10'', Isanami is a priestess of Izumo, a lively dancer with the specific task of protecting the Kushimitama. [[spoiler:Or so they told her. It actually protects the world from [[her SuperPoweredEvilSide]].]]

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* In ''Manga/Brave10'', Isanami is a priestess of Izumo, a lively dancer with the specific task of protecting the Kushimitama. [[spoiler:Or so they told her. It actually protects the world from [[her SuperPoweredEvilSide]].her SuperPoweredEvilSide.]]
29th Aug '16 8:38:47 AM whereismytea
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* In ''Manga/Brave10'', Isanami is a priestess of Izumo, a lively dancer with the specific task of protecting the Kushimitama. [[spoiler:Or so they told her. It actually protects the world from [[her SuperPoweredEvilSide]].]]
28th Jul '16 7:25:21 AM Oecchi
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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'''s version of the Cleric class, Shrine Maiden, is referred to as "Miko" in the Japanese version, with Princess Sakura and [[spoiler: her potential daughter]] Mitama starting off as this. Unlike the case mentioned above, Shrine Maiden outfits actually resemble Miko clothing, due to the class being exclusive to characters from the [[{{Wutai}} Japanese-esque nation of Hoshido]].

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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'''s version of the Cleric class, Shrine Maiden, is referred to as "Miko" in the Japanese version, with Princess Sakura and [[spoiler: her potential daughter]] Mitama starting off as this. This carries over into the Shrine Maiden class' promoted class, Priestess. Unlike the case mentioned above, Shrine Maiden and Priestess outfits actually resemble Miko clothing, due to the class both classes being exclusive to characters from the [[{{Wutai}} Japanese-esque nation of Hoshido]].
23rd Jul '16 10:36:37 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'''s version of the Cleric class, Shrine Maiden, is referred to as "Miko" in the Japanese version, with Sakura starting off as one. Unlike the case mentioned above, Shrine Maiden outfits actually resemble Miko clothing, due to the class being exclusive to characters from the [[{{Wutai}} Japanese-esque nation of Hoshido]].

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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'''s version of the Cleric class, Shrine Maiden, is referred to as "Miko" in the Japanese version, with Princess Sakura and [[spoiler: her potential daughter]] Mitama starting off as one.this. Unlike the case mentioned above, Shrine Maiden outfits actually resemble Miko clothing, due to the class being exclusive to characters from the [[{{Wutai}} Japanese-esque nation of Hoshido]].
31st May '16 8:48:43 AM BulletproofLlama
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* Sakuyamon from ''Anime/DigimonTamers''. She has an alternate outfit that is the traditional miko uniform.

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* Sakuyamon from ''Anime/DigimonTamers''. She has an alternate outfit that is the traditional miko uniform.uniform while still wearing her fox mask.
27th Apr '16 6:20:18 AM Oecchi
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* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' - Reimu Hakurei and Sanae Kochiya, both of whom wear somewhat non-traditional, heavily customized miko outfits[[note]]Reimu's was more traditional-looking in the PC98 era, and gradually acquired various frills and other modifications between the early PC games[[/note]]; while Reimu's outfit at least keeps the traditional red and white color scheme, Sanae wears ''blue'' and white.
** Not to be confused with the final boss of ''Ten Desires'', whose ''name'' is Miko (the kanji for that name translating to either "saint" or "divine child").

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* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' - has Reimu Hakurei and Sanae Kochiya, both of whom wear [[CostumeExaggeration somewhat non-traditional, heavily customized customized]] miko outfits[[note]]Reimu's was more traditional-looking in the PC98 era, and gradually acquired various frills and other modifications between the early PC games[[/note]]; while Reimu's outfit at least keeps the traditional red and white color scheme, Sanae wears ''blue'' and white.
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white. Not to be confused with the final boss of ''Ten Desires'', whose ''name'' is Miko (the kanji for that name translating to either "saint" or "divine child").
28th Mar '16 8:08:11 PM MsChibi
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Miko are more common in [[HGame H-Games]], because they don't have a ''permanent'' vow of chastity; they can just take over their temple when the head priest(ess) dies or quits, and then they can do whatever they want. Japanese depictions of most priestesses and other low-rung religious functionaries tend to borrow from miko, [[NunsAreMikos including nuns]].

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Miko are more common in [[HGame H-Games]], because they don't have a ''permanent'' vow of chastity; they can just take over their temple when the head priest(ess) dies or quits, or else they can quit being miko, and then they can do whatever they want. Japanese depictions of most priestesses and other low-rung religious functionaries tend to borrow from miko, [[NunsAreMikos including nuns]].
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