The Loins Sleep Tonight: You just can't win 'em all, Makoto. (Actually, he can't win most of 'em, because when he can get it up, more often than not he can't last a full minute. This continues past their first wedding anniversary.)
Hurricane of Euphemisms: Frequent target of this (usually from Rika), being inexperienced with sex and fairly innocent.
My Girl Is Not a Slut: She grow up with this mentality, unlike her far more loosed up sister and after getting married, she had inicial troubles dealing with her new discovered sex drive. She gets better.
I Want Grandkids: Whenever she gets in contact with Yura, she'll always drop the hit that there's still no babies in her marriage, and would blame Makoto's bed skill. She even asked Kyouko to get in the picture so she could make sure they have babies.
Let Her Grow Up, Dear: While her husband was in shock on Jun's love life and was all about "Girls must remain maidens until marriage", she was more interested in how was her affairs and even points how she wasn't a virgin neither when she married him.
Obnoxious In-Laws: Downplayed. She mostly is obnoxious when there's hints of a possible pregnacy and in other cases, she's obnoxious to her own son because she wants him to improve.
Makoto's big brother.
Big Brother Bully: Played for Laughs. He genuinely wants to help, but keeps butting incessantly in Makoto and Yura's sex life to give them "advice" that they don't even really want in the first place.
A-Cup Angst: She's even smaller than Jun, who's still developing, and her husband's attitude that Buxom Is Better just makes it worst.
Cool Big Sis: She's a better sex mentor to Yura than her husband is to his brother.
Tsundere: She may love her husband but always has to hold him back everything he's admiring Yura's...and Rika's, and even Jun's beauty.
Makoto's little sister.
First Guy Wins: After having some adventures mentioned below, finally makes an emotional connection with an e-mail pal. It turns out to be her first love, Inoue.
Horrible Judge of Character: in her search for true love, she manages to a) have a one-night-stand with a man she practically just met (who — shock! — turns out to have a girlfriend), right after breaking up with her boyfriend because she feels their relationship has lost the spark, b) become the (oblivious) fifth sex-friend of an obvious playboy (despite the warnings of her best friend, she is devastated upon seeing him enter a love hotel with another girl) and c) pursue an affair with a homely middle-aged married man, this time mere hours after first talking to him. One can almost not blame her father for calling for a family conference about her behavior...
It Must Be Mine: The reason why she only sleeps with married men is because she's the type of person that wants what other peoples have. That's her whole deal with wanting Makoto to cheat on Yura with her.