Characters / Xolga And Mr Toko

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     Xolga and Mr. Toko Themselves 

Xolga Utsugi
(thinking) If I hear the word "manly" one more time, I'm going to flip this whole kingdom upside down.

One of the main protagonists, Xolga is a private investigator who was assigned a partner named Mr. Toko. While on an assignment to retrieve a locket, Xolga touches it and gets turned into a teddy bear. Throughout the first series, Xolga travels to different worlds with Mr. Toko to try to find the locket, and get back to normal. But he soon finds out that both their bodies were eaten by the locket, so they are stuck in their substitute bodies forever.

Mr. Toko / Johnny / Tom Kro

Hired to be Xolga's sidekick, Mr Toko is the second protagonist. Joining the Agency right before the event with the locket, Mr. Toko is very cheerful and makes light of the situation with the stuffed animal forms. He somehow gained the ability to travel to different worlds and times, which is how the two show up in different places. Interestingly enough, while the first series focuses on Xolga, the second series focuses on Mr. Toko, and his tragic past which is only hinted at in the first.

     Xolga's Friends and Relatives 

Aro Utsugi

Xolga's father. He walked out on the family to "follow his dreams", which led to Xolga running away from home and Ryoko becoming further depressed to the point of attempting suicide.


One of Xolga's cousins. Kai appears through the story, using showing how much time has passed and what era they ended up in.
  • Continuity Nod: A brief one towards Memory Days, when Xolga visits him at the fountain:
    Xolga: Don't you at least have a girlfriend?
    Kai: ...It's complicated.
  • Demoted to Extra: Is a major character as a romance option in his origin games (the Anime Sim Dates and Memory Days), but has only a supporting role here. However, it's not as bad as other examples, since his perspective of the story is shown in episode three.
  • Nice Guy: In contrast to Xolga's Jerk with a Heart of Gold.
  • Perspective Flip: We get to see his POV in the third episode of the first season.
  • Secret Keeper: Discovers Xolga's curse in episode 1-8.


Xolga's blonde co-worker. She was originally assigned to find the locket inside, but due to an episode she wanted to watch on during that time, she got Xolga and Mr. Toko to do it instead.
  • Hard-Drinking Party Girl
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Although she rarely appears, the after-effects of what she does (namely, making Xolga and Mr. Toko find the locket for her) is what kick-starts the entire series. If she had done her job herself, things would've gone drastically differently.

Ryoko Satome-Utsugi

Xolga's mother. An alcoholic, she's described as mean by Xolga.


Xolga's boss during his time as a detective. He's peppy, and is the reason Xolga and Mr Toko ever meet.
  • Benevolent Boss
  • Small Role, Big Impact: While he only shows up in the first and last episodes (not counting his appearance in the Lotus-Eater Machine that Xolga gets trapped inside in the finale), he's the one who introduced Xolga and Mr. Toko to each other in the first place, helping set off the events of the plot.

     Characters from Mr. Toko's Past 
During series 1, episode six, and the second half of series 2, we get to meet some characters from Mr. Toko's past. Keep in mind that, due to how they appear, most tropes will be hidden by spoilers.

Blake / Austin Lockwood

One of the members of the mysterious organization that Toko used to belong to. He was close friends with Mr Toko, just before he wanted to leave the group. During Episode 6 of the first series, he helps him escape. He's very cheery and laid-back, but he has his own tragic past.


The leader of an organization from Mr. Toko's past. He gives the nicknames to all of his members, as well as apparently saving their lives before he does.


Appearing in series 2, Sam is the figure that's often seen in Mr Toko's dreams and the poem at the beginning of every chapter. It turns out he was friends with Toko, and is the key to his past. But it gets worse.