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This page lists all of the characters introduced in Corpse Party: Blood Covered, an installment in the Corpse Party series and remake of the original PC-98 game. Return to the main character page for Corpse Party here.

Warning!! Due to the nature of this series, there will be a lot of Death Tropes and spoiler tropes. Spoilers will be unmarked and detailed gruesome notes can be found within this page. You Have Been Warned.

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Kisaragi High School Students

     Seiko Shinohara 

Seiko Shinohara

Voiced by: Satomi Arai
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Naomi's best friend, a cheery and irrepressible Genki Girl with a bit of a perverted streak. Or maybe it's just that she loves teasing Naomi...? Either way, she has a way of keeping her head up and looking on the bright side, even in the darkest of situations...


  • Alas, Poor Yorick: In Book of Shadows, Naomi cradles her severed head while sobbing that it's her fault Seiko died.
  • Anguished Declaration of Love: In Book of Shadows, towards Naomi. Naomi's fumbled answer is part of why they split up, which leads to Seiko's eventual death.
  • Bury Your Gays: Her crush on Naomi leads to her death in both Blood Covered and Book of Shadows.
  • Cat Smile: A common expression of hers, especially in the manga.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Murdered by her Brainwashed and Crazy best friend. Horrifying and heartbreaking, to say the least.
  • Doomed by Canon: Regardless of what Naomi does, Seiko is doomed to die at the hands of Heavenly Host.
  • First-Episode Spoiler: She dies in the first chapter of both Blood Covered and Book of Shadows.
  • Genki Girl: A very energetic and seemingly positive girl.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: Although she has feelings for Naomi, she acts as a Shipper on Deck for her and Satoshi.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: She takes any chance she can to gaze at and feel up Naomi.
  • Missing Mom: Her mom is gone so she has to pick up the slack at home.
  • Not Too Dead to Save the Day: She assists Ayumi in her battle against Queen.
  • Off with Her Head!: How she dies in Book of Shadows.
  • The Pollyanna: Even in death!
  • Promotion to Parent: Her mother disappeared some time ago; since then, Seiko has grown into a surrogate mother for her siblings.
  • Ret Gone: As a result of dying in Heavenly Host, everyone outside of Satoshi, Naomi, Yuka, Yoshiki, and Ayumi has forgotten about her existence.
  • Sacrificial Lamb: Her death shows just how serious the situation is.
  • Schoolgirl Lesbian: She has a very close friendship with Naomi, and they both love each other very much. However, Seiko's love for Naomi is romantic, whereas Naomi's is left ambiguous.
  • Shoo Out the Clowns: She’s somewhat of a Plucky Comic Relief character and is also the first one to die.
  • Spirit Advisor: To Ayumi in Blood Drive.
  • Stepford Smiler:
    • She puts up a good front, but the truth is she's actually hiding a lot of sadness from her mother's disappearance. The same applies to getting stuck in Heavenly Host Elementary, where she acts cheerful to hide how scared she really is. This bites her in the ass hard when Naomi calls her creepy, saying that it in their situation it's pretty much impossible to be that cheerful.
    • In Blood Drive she tells Ayumi to tell Naomi that she's doing fine as a spirit in Heavenly Host, even though it pretty clearly isn't true.
  • Undying Loyalty: As literal as it gets. She actually saves Naomi from herself from the other side of the veil of death. Even after Naomi herself was the one that killed her (sure, she was Brainwashed and Crazy at the time, but still).
  • The Voiceless: Her spirit form is unable to materialize or speak, so she communicates with Ayumi by writing.

     Mayu Suzumoto 

Mayu Suzumoto

Voiced by: Yuka Nanri
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Energetic and popular with most of the guys, Mayu is particularly close to Morishige, with whom she shares a Like Brother and Sister rapport. With her family moving away, she's about to transfer out of Kisaragi, with the Culture Festival being her last day.


  • The Blank: Her spirit form in Blood Drive appears with a blood-red hole where her face should be.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death:
    • It doesn't get much crueler than ramming her into a wall at such a high speed that she's reduced to a pile of mush and organs. She is probably the most innocent character in the game (along with Yuka), and she gets the most brutal death by far.
    • Book of Shadows manages to make her death even worse... at least, from Mayu's perspective. Instead of being smashed into a wall and reduced to a pile of mush, she's slowly and excruciatingly torn apart by the ghost children. Even if it doesn't seem as gruesome as being smashed into the wall, you have to remember that a) the wall smashing was instantaneous, meaning there was minimal pain and suffering involved, and b) she's going to be feeling this for the rest of her afterlife.
    • And then again in the Blood Drive prequel chapter, when Ayumi and Naomi try to bring her back from the dead. It goes badly. She writhes on the floor in agony as symbols appear on her limbs, which then explode, leaving her drawn and quartered.
  • Doomed by Canon
  • Friend to All Children: ...too bad the children weren't friendly to her.
  • Hair Decorations: Catches up part of her hair in a small side ponytail. It becomes a minor plot point in one of Blood Drive's extra chapters when Morishige can't find the decoration amongst Mayu's splattered remains.
  • Kill the Cutie: In a very brutal way.
  • Like Brother and Sister: With Morishige. In Book of Shadows, it's implied that her feelings are more than that.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: She is this to Morishige. Her disappearance and death are what cause him to jump right off the slippery slope.
  • New Transfer Student: Inverted; she was transferring out of Kisaragi, and the story starts on what was meant to be her last day there.
  • Not Enough to Bury: Being completely obliterated by being smashed into a wall would do that. In Blood Drive Morishige instead gathers up what he can into a plastic bag.
  • Not Too Dead to Save the Day: She assists Ayumi in her battle against Queen.
  • Renaissance Man: Gender-flipped. She jokes about being such with regards to her talents in the drama club: She acts, writes scripts, produces, and even makes costumes.
  • Ret Gone: As a result of dying in Heavenly Host, everyone outside of Satoshi, Naomi, Yuka, Yoshiki, and Ayumi has forgotten about her existence.
  • Retirony: If only she'd transferred out sooner...
  • Too Good for This Sinful Earth: It was her kindness towards Yuki and Tokiko that got her killed.

     Sakutarou Morishige 

Sakutarou Morishige

Voiced by: Tetsuya Kakihara
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Another classmate from 2-9. He's quite close to Mayu.


  • Axe-Crazy: In the Tortured Souls OVA, he loses it when he realizes the corpse he liked the most was Mayu. He thinks Mayu is in his phone, and by killing others and taking photos of their corpse he is giving Mayu company.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Referenced in his spotlight chapter in Book of Shadows, where he muses darkly about how, while he's not particularly attracted to Yuka, seeing her scared and helpless was really exciting for him. But this is then dismissed as the Darkening as he says 'No.. This isn't right. This isn't who I am. Could it be that this nightmarish location is messing with my head?'
  • Blind Without 'Em: As revealed in Extra Chapter 9. He has to have Yoshiki carry him home because he's can't see anything.
  • Creepy Monotone: In Blood Drive.
  • Despair Event Horizon: When he finds out that the corpse he was most admiring throughout the course of the game was Mayu, he snaps. Hard.
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: In a Wrong End of Book of Shadows, he slaps Sachiko when he thinks she's just a weird-acting Mitsuki. Sachiko finds this amusing. In 2U, when he's coaching her in acting skills, Sachiko's constant mess ups lead Morishige, on Serious Business mode, to slap her. And much to everyone's surprise, it actually fires her up to keep working hard to improve. And later in 2U, he actually single-handedly distracts Cululu, a Chtulhu expy, so the others can get the Book of Eibon from Kizami.
  • Doomed by Canon
  • Dragged into Drag: Along with Yoshiki in 2U as part of Sachiko's game. Not only is he deeply embarrassed by it, but finding out that Mayu was watching him all along actually drives him insane.
  • Driven to Suicide: Shown in the manga; overheard in the game. However, Blood Drive reveals that he didn't actually die then. His fall was cushioned by the nearby trees' branches. After that he sets to collect Mayu's remains to give her a proper burial, but can't find her hair ornament, which he later finds in Kizami's hands. Kizami then gives him a Breaking Lecture about how Mayu died because Morishige wasn't there to protect her and is becoming a vengeful spirit out of resentment for that fact. Morishige takes it to heart and stabs himself with Kizami's knife.
  • The Generic Guy: While the others are having their Establishing Character Moments in the classroom, he seems to be just... sort of there to establish that he exists and is Mayu's friend. His moment comes later.
  • Go Mad from the Revelation: When he learns the corpse whose picture he's most obsessed with belongs to Mayu, he does ''not'' take it well.
  • Irony: Of the Dramatic sort. A key facet of his character is that he's completely unaware that the corpse picture he's most enthralled with and is using as an emotional crutch until he finds Mayu is Mayu.
  • Last-Name Basis: He doesn't like people calling him by his first name, so everyone calls him by his last name, save Mayu, who calls him "Shige-nii".
  • Like Brother and Sister: At first it's never implied to be anything romantic between him and Mayu. In Book of Shadows, it's implied that Mayu has feelings for him, and in an extra chapter of Blood Drive, he confesses that he has feelings for her.
  • Loners Are Freaks: He admits to being anti-social to everyone else but Mayu. While he has quite the hobby, he can still be a good person at heart.
  • Mistaken for Gay: At one point his glasses are broken by Yoshiki, who has to guide him home since he's Blind Without 'Em. Mayu sees them huddled up together and gets the wrong impression, either blushing and leaving them be (in Blood Covered) or murdering Yoshiki in a fit of jealousy (in 2U's depiction of the event).
  • Nightmare Fetishist:
    • He manages to (barely) maintain his sanity by taking snapshots of all the corpses he finds and admiring the handiwork. He doesn't kill anyone, but it's still pretty reprehensible. In Book of Shadows, he even begins to finger a corpse's wound.
    • One Wrong Ending in his episode of Book of Shadows implies that Sachiko is intentionally keeping him alive in the "Groundhog Day" Loop universe in hopes of cultivating this into full-on Axe-Crazy. It succeeds in Tortured Souls.
  • Not Too Dead to Save the Day: He assists Ayumi in her battle against Queen.
  • Ret Gone: As a result of dying in Heavenly Host, everyone outside of Satoshi, Naomi, Yuka, Yoshiki, and Ayumi has forgotten about his existence.
  • Sanity Slippage: It's hinted that he wasn't even remotely insane to begin with, and only became so after developing the bad habit of taking pictures of corpses, leaving him all flustered and amazed at how they look. It is true, though, that his obsession with Mayu had been there from the start; just not explicitly shown.
  • Scary Shiny Glasses: With empty eyes, too, these empty eyes are evidence of him becoming consumed by the Darkening, much like Naomi's eyes in certain sprites of hers too.
  • Serious Business: Put him in charge of a play, and he won't settle for less than perfect. He slaps Sachiko when he's coaching her because she keeps messing up lines while he's on full-strict coach mode. And it works.
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     Yui Shishido 

Yui Shishido

Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro
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Class 2-9's teacher, who has a knack for connecting with her students. As a result, she's pretty well liked and respected by them.


  • Cool Big Sis: Has a close sisterly relationship with Ayumi, and Ayumi in return thinks of her as another sister. Which makes her death much more brutal on Ayumi, especially when she dies right in front of Ayumi's eyes.
  • Cool Teacher: She is very serious about her job and the safety of her students.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: When not being a teacher, she is very clumsy. Although she was having a fever and cold when she showed said trait, so it may have been a side effect.
  • Determinator: Let's see... She gets a cabinet dropped on her, her entire back is pierced with knives, and she's being baited by a sadistic ghost who tries to get her to beg for her own life over that of her students'. What does she do? Plead for him to leave her students alone. After she manages to get the cabinet off of her, she starts to wander around, bloody and injured, all while trying to hold her shattered right arm in place. We finally see her again in Chapter 5, when she meets up with Ayumi... But the reunion is short lived; the floor ends up being a trapdoor, and Yui ends up holding onto the edge (with both arms no less) so Ayumi can climb up and be saved. As we learn in the Extra End of Chapter 4, this is what finally leads to her Heroic Sacrifice. Ms. Yui is awesome.
  • Did Not Get The Guy: She had feelings for Tsukasa Mikuni, her friend in high school, that continue into the present day. Any chance she may have once had is gone, as she died and all memories of her are gone.
    • Possibly subverted. His prescence in 2U implies he died to the school sometime after, and as of Blood Drive’s ending he’s presumably freed along with Yui.
  • Doomed by Canon
  • Dropped a Bridge on Her: In the Tortured Souls OVA, her head gets abruptly and unceremoniously lopped clean off by a falling plank of wood, as opposed to her more slow and tragic death after performing a Heroic Sacrifice.
  • Dying Alone: And it is heartbreaking.
  • Heroic Sacrifice:
    • In Blood Covered, she holds onto the edge of the trapdoor floor to allow Ayumi to get up.
    • In the manga, she gives Ayumi her paper scrap and stays behind when the survivors are about to leave.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: She is shown to have a fondness for cats; she uses her classroom's storage cupboard to keep spare food for her cat Monet.
  • Not Too Dead to Save the Day: She assists Ayumi in her battle against Queen.
  • Off with Her Head!: How she dies in the Tortured Souls OVA.
  • Ret Gone: As a result of dying in Heavenly Host, everyone outside of Satoshi, Naomi, Yuka, Yoshiki, and Ayumi has forgotten about her existence.
  • Shipper on Deck: She ships Ayumi/Yoshiki, as Yoshiki reminds her of her high school crush.

Byakudan High School Students

     Yuuya Kizami 

Yuuya Kizami

Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita
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A young man from Byakudan High School who Yuka runs into, mistaking him for Satoshi. He's briefly playable in Chapter 3 when he and Yuka investigate the second wing of Heavenly Host. He tells Yuka that he’s looking for his sister.

In reality, he is an Ax-Crazy sociopath and sort-of Brainwashed and Crazy henchman of the Big Bad. He serves as one of the major antagonists of the series. His goal is to make Yuka his, no matter what.


  • And Now for Someone Completely Different: He's the only character in the main game of Blood Covered who's both playable and not from Kisaragi Academy. He's also the only playable character strong enough to move aside obstacles like bookcases.
  • Axe-Crazy: First shows signs of it when he stabs his close friend for no apparent reason; it's not until he starts laughing maniacally that the audience is fully clued in.
  • Beauty Is Bad: Easily one of the hottest guys in the series, and also easily one of the most deranged.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Extremely conditional. Both Kensuke and Tohko managed to stay on his good side for a bit until the suggestion rose that they might go against him in some way. Yuka got a lot further with him, but that required her to worry about his headache and offer him medicine while he had her tied down to slowly stab and cut her to death.
  • Big Bad: He ascends to this position in 2U. He uses the Book of Eibon to summon a Cthulhu expy in the penultimate chapter, with the chapter afterwards having no enemy and merely acting as a wrap-up to the game.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Wants to find his own little sister. There's just one problem: He doesn't have a little sister.
  • Big Brother Mentor: To Yuka after she is separated from her actual big brother. Subverted though.
  • Big Man on Campus: He was considered this back in Byakudan.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Though to a lesser extent than the others, it’s indicated that he was being influenced by Sachiko.
  • Broken Pedestal: To Tohko when she sees his true colors. The point is driven home harshly when he punches her hard enough to knock out one of her teeth.
  • Coat Over the Shoulder: He keeps it even when he's forced into Kisaragi's uniform in 2U.
  • Demoted to Extra: Goes from a playable character and one of the main antagonists in the first three games of the Heavenly Host saga to a semi-recurring mook in Blood Drive. Very much justified since he was mutilated into a speechless anatomical model.
  • The Dragon: One of Sachiko’s. Though he becomes a Dragon Ascendant in 2U.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Even he's disturbed by the thought of elementary schoolers being trapped in Heavenly Host.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Satoshi. Both of them are Big Brother Mentors to Yuka, but he’s downright obesseive about protecting his “little sister.”
  • Evil Is Hammy: He's voiced by Tomokazu Sugita. It was bound to show up somehow.
  • Face–Heel Turn: He was somewhat more levelheaded in his earlier times in Heavenly Host, when his classmates where still around. Him pushing Katayama down the stairs was made with the intention of snapping Ohkawa out of his denial in regards to Katayama's death. The ensuing Freak Out! from Ohkawa, culminating in him calling Kizami a murderer, was what finally made Kizami give in to his suppressed urges.
  • Famous Last Words: RUN RABBIT RUN!
  • Fate Worse than Death: Sachiko turns him into an anatomical model by skinning the entire left side of his body. Ouch. Though he doesn’t seem to mind that much.
  • Flanderization: His desire for a little sister becomes a full on sister complex in 2U, where his ultimate dream is to have lots of little sisters who love him dearly. Which is probably why he took such a liking to Sachiko.
  • Freudian Excuse: As a kid, he thought himself to be a misunderstood child oppressed by his elder siblings. The player can see from flashbacks that this really wasn't the case.
  • Gratuitous English: Tells Yuka to "RUN, RABBIT, RUN" just before his death. If he catches you, he says "I'VE GOTCHU!" The former might be a Shout-Out to Pink Floyd.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Thinks about doing this in Book of Shadows before getting killed by Yoshikazu.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Has this dynamic with Yuka.
  • Hunk: He's much more muscular than the rest of the series' bishonen without losing any of the good looks.
  • I'm a Humanitarian:
    • In 2U he's part of a cookery competition where his meals contain a meat that no contestant can identify. They're too afraid to ask him exactly what he's using.
    • In the "Tooth" chapter of Book of Shadows, he eats Tohko's tooth after knocking it out. And the audience gets to hear every crunch.
  • Infernal Retaliation: Yoshiki can try to fend off his anatomical form by setting it on fire but he'll just get back up and hug Yoshiki to death, resulting in a Wrong End.
  • Kick the Dog:
    • He literally kicks Yuka in the side. A flashback reveals that he once tried to kill Kurosaki's hamster with a boxcutter as a child.
    • In 2U‘s cooking contest, he uses a spice laced with Darkening to get an advantage over Emi and Naomi.
    • Telling Morishige that Mayu died because he wasn't there to protect her, and that she'll become a vengeful spirit out of resentment towards him. It drives Morishige to end his life for good.
  • Lack of Empathy: With the interesting semi-exception of Yuka, who he feels a twisted pity for. Doesn’t stop him from tormenting or outright killing her.
  • Not So Different: An extra chapter in Blood Covered has him meet Morishige when he bumps into him and causes him to drop his phone. Kizami glances at the screen for a moment and finds one of Morishige's corpse pictures. After asking if it was Morishige's doing, he tells him "I had the feeling we're cut from the same cloth". In their second encounter following that scene, as revealed in Blood Drive, Morishige counters it by pointing out he never killed someone, and that what he does is better than killing people.
  • The Sociopath: Believes himself to be incapable of caring about others. He was actually pretty good at keeping it under wraps and acting as a well-adjusted, caring person while at Byakudan. In Heavenly Host his nice facade slips entirely, and he gleefully participated in a murderous rampage.
  • Sore Loser: He promised himself never to come second place when he was younger. So far, his efforts to stay on top have paid off, but the possibility of him ever losing doesn't sound too good.
  • Spoiled Brat: While he likes to think otherwise, it's quite clear that Kizami's basically throwing a massive temper tantrum because he's not getting his way. He can't understand tough love, and for him, to be loved is simply to have people enabling his sociopath nature.
  • Villain Decay: Played for Laughs with his appearance in 2U, which is so ineffectual and ridiculous that none of the other characters take him seriously. Until he gets his hands on the Book of Eibon. Though even when he gets serious and summons Cululu, his punishment is just being tied up and having his face doodled on.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: He’s the Big Man on Campus back at Byakudan, and an object of desire for the girls. He’s also The Sociopath who kills his “friends” without a second thought.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Especially in the manga. By Blood Drive he can’t even speak properly.
  • ( In the first part of the "Mire" chapter in Book of Shadows, he goes through an extreme one upon realizing he pities Yuka, only worsened by her showing concern about his "headache" even after he tried to kill her. It looked like it might even be veering toward Epiphany Therapy or a Heel–Face Turn... but Yoshikazu shows up and smashes his head with a sledgehammer while he's busy processing it.
  • Villainous Friendship: With Azusa Takai. In the Wrong End of the 2U extra chapter, a broken Azusa meets with Kizami, who claims that the living should stick together. In a promotional audio recording for Blood Drive, Kizami meets a dying Ran and becomes interested in meeting Azusa after hearing she beat Ran up and was true to herself in doing so. In Blood Drive, Kizami as the Anatomical Model and a Darkened Azusa work together to kill Yoshiki. They're still sticking together by the time Magari comes to retrieve Azusa.
  • Walking Spoiler: Indeed he is. Not a good combination with TV Tropes spoiler tag policies.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Kicks Yuka and chases her down with the intention of killing her. Book of Shadows also shows that he's the one responsible for Tohko's missing tooth and Mitsuki's death.
  • You Have Failed Me: His ultimate fate in the manga, courtesy of Sachiko.

     Kensuke Kurosaki 

Kensuke Kurosaki

Voiced by: Tsubasa Yonaga
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A young man from the same high school as Kizami, and his friend since childhood.


  • Defiant to the End: He fights off Kizami so Yuka can run away, and rather than be in despair when faced with death, he just tries to talk Kizami out of his sociopathy.
  • Dying Moment of Awesome: He punches Kizami when he was stabbed prior to that. It ends up saving Yuka in the long run.
  • It's All My Fault: Somewhat blames himself for Kizami's sociopathic nature since, as his childhood friend, he didn't call him out on it sooner.
  • Not Quite Dead: Kizami stabs him and kicks him into a pit. Later, when Yuka realizes that Kizami is dangerous, she runs away to the room Kurosaki is in. When Kizami catches up to her, Kurosaki punches him. Unfortunately, he's still too injured to do much else, so Kizami kills him. We don't see or hear it, but we see the results: It's rather messy.
  • Running Gag: Being pushed into pits, and screaming the name of whoever pushed him as he falls. He does so when Kizami kicks him into a hole in Blood Covered, and when Mitsuki does so in a Wrong End in 2U.
  • Say My Name: If he's screaming someone's name, then expect him to do in the most dramatic, hammiest way possible.

     Tohko Kirisaki 

Tohko Kirisaki

Voiced by: Seiko Yoshida
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A student who attends Byakudan High School. Like Emi, she's fond of fortune telling. Usually lively and cheerful, but occasionally will act surprisingly nervous.


  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Averted. She dislikes Shimada for his flighty relationship with girls and prefers the "cool and spotless" Kizami. The poor girl has no idea.
  • Ascended Extra: She only has a minor role in a Wrong End during Blood Covered. Her role and character are significantly expanded in Book of Shadows and 2U.
  • Driven to Suicide: Satoshi can find her after she gets Killed Offscreen. According to the name tag on her corpse, she cut out her own tongue.
  • Hair Decorations: The big white bow holding her ponytail together.
  • Freak Out!: Satoshi finds her in the middle of one in Chapter 4 if he fails to save Naomi, and she ends up trying to kill him.
  • Plucky Girl: She remains optimistic despite how dire things seem for her and her schoolmates. When she sees Kizami's true colors, she starts losing it.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: She likes Kizami because she (at the time) thought of him as a kind, compassionate man. She later gets some Ship Tease with Satoshi in 2U that may be for the same reason.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": The official English translation spells her name as "Tohko". The alternative would be "Touko".
  • Tsundere: With Satoshi.
  • The Tooth Hurts: Tohko would side-eye this trope name after Kizami knocked hers out and ate it.
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     Emi Urabe 

Emi Urabe

Voiced by: Satomi Moriya
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A student who attends Byakudan High School, and Mitsuki's friend since their first year. She likes fortune telling, and was the one who suggested the friendship ritual to the others at Byakudan.


  • Get Ahold Of Yourself Man: Tries to do this to Ohkawa to snap him out of his belief that Katayama is alive, unsuccessfully. She is understandably freaking out because Sachiko was drawing near.
  • Freak Out!: During all her appearances in Book of Shadows.
  • Killed Offscreen: Found dead from being struck with a sledgehammer to the back of the head in both Book of Shadows and the PSP version of Blood Covered.
  • Meganekko
  • Plucky Girl
  • Proper Lady: Mitsuki even laments that people might care for her more if she was a lady like Emi.
  • Scary Shiny Glasses: In one Wrong End in 2U where she eats and kills Naomi.
  • Sore Loser: When it comes to cooking.

     Mitsuki Yamamoto 

Mitsuki Yamamoto

Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu
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The secretary of the student council at Byakudan High School. She has a strong mind, and a somewhat naïve personality. Recently dumped her boyfriend after she discovered he was cheating on her with three other women.


  • Action Girl: Putting up an admirable, if ultimately moot fight against Yoshikazu in Book of Shadows paints her as such. Her denying Kizami the satisfaction of seeing her squirm as he killed her cements it.
  • Cool Big Sis: In presence, she gives off this vibe to her class and the student council.
  • Defiant to the End: "I will not perform for you!"
  • The Dreaded: A more comedic example. She was this back at her own school, to the point of having the nickname "Hellgirl Mitsuki".
  • Flaying Alive: In one of the bad ends, Sachiko peels off her face and shows it to her.
  • Freak Out!: Satoshi and Yuka find her in the midst of one. Despite trying to speak to her, she's... not very receptive. The next time you see her, she's dead.
  • Hair Decorations
  • Taking You with Me: When Yuuya tries to kill her in 2U.

     Masato Fukuroi 

Masato Fukuroi

Voiced by: Taira Kikumoto
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The chairman of the student council at Byakudan High School.


  • Benevolent Boss: He has a stiff and serious personality, but is also surprisingly caring, and forgiving of Ryosuke and Tomohiro loafing around.
  • Brainy Brunette
  • Covert Pervert: One Extra Chapter focusing on the Byakudan Students has him getting hooked on an H-Game. In 2U he joins Kurosaki in his efforts to stall Sachiko as much as possible so they can continue to enjoy seeing Mitsuki being groped by tentacles. Mind you, Fukuroi is doing so when he is being crushed by tentacles himself.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: In Book Of Shadows, an already dying Fukuroi distracts Yoshikazu so that Mitsuki can get away, though it's ultimately Kizami who finishes him off and ends up rendering Fukuroi's sacrifice moot.
  • Stoic Spectacles: He tries to be one more than he is one, though, especially around Mitsuki.
  • Student Council President

     Kai Shimada 

Kai Shimada

Voiced by: Manabu Sakamaki
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A student who attends Byakudan High School, and who has a one-sided rivalry with Kizami.


  • Asshole Victim: No one sheds any tears when they see that he has been killed.
  • Beauty Is Bad: Very much so. Not to the extent of Kizami, but still.
  • Bishōnen: Models for a men's magazine.
  • Bullying a Dragon: He pulls a knife on Kizami to intimidate him. It ends about as well as you'd expect.
  • The Casanova: Supposedly has 10 girlfriends. Seemingly all at the same time.
  • Doomed by Canon: His skeleton appears in Blood Covered, meaning that he's guaranteed to not survive past Book of Shadows.
  • Establishing Character Moment: When the entrance door is open and they're presented with a chance to escape, Kai doesn't hesitate to leave everyone behind, thinking solely of his survival. Then, to twist the knife in, he makes a shallow attempt to charm Tohko into ditching her friends and come with him.
  • Fiery Redhead: Very impulse driven, hot-headed, headstrong, and arrogant. And, yes, a redhead, be it natural or dyed.
  • Jerkass: Tohko regards him as "the slimeball to end all slimeballs". He earned that opinion with gusto.
  • Handsome Lech: According to Tohko, he has 10 girlfriends.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: When they open the entrance door of Heavenly Host, he is very quick to run away from there.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Literally: 3 letters, very full of himself.
  • Sore Loser: Nothing ever is his fault. He was distracted! Outside forces! The other party was just lucky and won't last another challenge!
  • Unknown Rival: To Kizami, who outclasses him in just about every way. Especially in terms of sadism or as a threat.

     Tomohiro Ohkawa 

Tomohiro Ohkawa

Voiced by: Kazunori Nomata
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A student who attends Byakudan High School. He likes cute things and video games. We first meet him in Extra Chapter 4 of Blood Covered, but it isn't until Book of Shadows that we see him in the main game.


  • Ambiguously Bi: Tohko notes that his extreme concern for Katayama borders on obsessive, even for someone who's his best friend. He's also quick to latch onto Yoshiki, hugging him after Yoshiki calms him down and making him promise that the two of them will escape Heavenly Host together. On the other side, one of the Extra Chapters show him and the other Byakudan boys getting hooked on dating sims.
  • Big Damn Heroes: It's revealed in Corpse Party 3DS that he's the one who saved Yoshiki from Yoshikazu, by breaking something offscreen to distract the latter and dragging Yoshiki away.
  • Defiant to the End: Like Mitsuki, he refuses to die in a way that would leave Kizami satisfied.
  • Doomed by Canon
  • Freak Out!:
    • He doesn't take Katayama's death very well. He insists that he's still alive and needs to get to the hospital. Kizami attempts to "help" him see the truth by pushing Katayama's body down the stairs to prove he's dead. This only freaks Ohkawa out more.
    • Subverted in Corpse Party 3DS. He starts to panic and break down sobbing when he believes his friends are tormenting him for leaving them behind, but Yoshiki snaps him out of it and he's able to make a full recovery.
  • Let's Split Up, Gang: Decides to split up from Yoshiki, citing a video-game strategy where teammates go out of order so as to create an opportunity. It doesn't end well for him, since his only appearance after that is as a dead body.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: In a way. Kizami isn't exactly sane, but his "Whether you're killed by the ghosts or killed by me... makes no difference" epiphany was caused by Ohkawa calling him a murderer during his Freak Out!. Kizami even thanks him for it.
  • The Promise: He makes Yoshiki promise that the both of them will escape Heavenly Host. He then kicks the bucket, and Yoshiki suffers a blow to the head that makes him forget about his encounter with Ohkawa altogether.
  • Those Two Guys: With Katayama.
  • Took a Level in Badass: After a pep talk from Yoshiki he fully snaps out of his Freak Out!, has newfound confidence that helps him reassure other survivors, and refuses to bend to Kizami's will even after he gouges Ohkawa's back open.

     Ryousuke Katayama 

Ryousuke Katayama

Voiced by: Daisuke Endō
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A student who attends Byakudan High School. He enjoys video games and is good friends with Ohkawa. We first meet him in Extra Chapter 4 of Blood Covered, but it isn't until Book of Shadows that we see him in the main game.


  • Doomed by Canon
  • Of Corpse He's Alive: Even after he bleeds to death, Ohkawa insists that he's alive. Of course, it has less to do with deceit and more to do with the fact that Ohkawa is losing it.
  • Not Too Dead to Save the Day: In Corpse Party 3DS his poltergeist distracts a trio of ghosts so that Ohkawa and Yoshiki can escape. His presence also helps Ohkawa keeps it together when he starts freaking out.
  • Those Two Guys: With Ohkawa.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: He loses his leg in a trap and bleeds to death. His death causes Ohkawa to go nuts. After Kizami pushes his body down the stairs in an attempt to prove that he's dead, Ohkawa panics even more, calling Kizami a murderer. This causes Kizami to have his "epiphany": It doesn't matter whether the school kills you or he does.

Musashigawa Girls' Junior High School Students

     Nana Ogasawara 

Nana Ogasawara

Voiced by: Hiromi Igarashi

A seventh grader at Musashigawa Girls' Junior High. Her story is told in the Extra Chapter 1, where she agrees to help a ghost find the items that were taken from him.


  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Book of Shadows reveals how she died while you control Sayaka. It isn't pretty. Both her legs were amputated, then she is dragged into the dissection room while she's still alive by Yoshikazu and put on a table, where he proceeds to pull out her tongue with large pliers. She only dies once the tongue comes out and she bleeds to death.
  • Hair Decorations
  • Plucky Girl: After Mayu and Yoshiki find her in Book of Shadows, she maintains a positive attitude throughout the whole chapter. Until she's taken by Yoshikazu.
  • Rescue Romance: It's subtle, but 2U has a moment where her heart skips a beat when she sees Yoshiki, the guy who rescued her in Book of Shadows.
  • She's Got Legs: According to Mayu. Unfortunately they get ripped off.

     Chihaya Yamase 

Chihaya Yamase

Voiced by: Rei Matsuzaki {Blood Covered), Kyōko Namekawa (Book of Shadows, Hysterical Birthday 2U)

A seventh grader and classmate at the same school as Nana.


  • The Load: Viewed as such by Nari.
  • Prone to Tears
  • Shrinking Violet
  • Spoiled Sweet: She was so used to people's handholding towards her that during her first moments in Heavenly Host, she instinctively expects people to tend to her whenever she needs it, which Nari calls her out on. But she's not a bad person by any definition of the word.

     Nari Amatoya 

Nari Amatoya

Voiced by: Satomi Moriya {Blood Covered), Hiyori Narita (Book of Shadows, Hysterical Birthday 2U)

A seventh grader at the same school as Nana. Although she and Nana are in different classes, they are old friends.


Kibiki's Group

     Naho Saenoki 

Naho Saenoki

Voiced by: Ayano Yamamoto
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A high school student with great psychic potential. She blogs about curses, and was lodging with Kibiki due to circumstances at home. Ayumi’s greatest hero.

Too bad she’s actually a Yandere towards Kibiki and a somewhat Brainwashed and Crazy henchwoman of the Big Bad. She intentionally posted incorrect instructions for a ritual to ensure that students would become trapped in Heavenly Host so Kibiki would have more subjects to study.


  • Berserk Button: Does not like when people ask personal questions.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Much like Naomi and Ayumi. Only Naho was already possessed by the darkening before she went to Heavenly Host, from her investigations of the Shinozaki Estate. Sachiko started haunting her after that and eventually she realized it was too dangerous to go on with the investigation, only to find that Kibiki had already crossed over into Heavenly Host without her before she could convey her feelings to him. The ensuing breakdown eliminates the little sanity she has left.
  • Broken Pedestal: To Ayumi. The instructions for the Sachiko charm were posted on Naho's blog... but the instructions were incorrect, ensuring that those who followed them would be trapped in the school. She was responsible for dozens of students being caught in the school and dying there. The worst part is, it's entirely possible the curse would have ended entirely with the original school's demolition had Naho not posted the charm.
  • Cute Ghost Girl
  • Dead All Along: At least she's honest about it. Most likely, she's retained her sense of self because of her psychic abilities.
  • Despair Event Horizon: She crossed it twice. The first one comes from Book of Shadows when she, after deciding to put the kibosh on the investigation after realizing it's too dangerous to continue with it, comes home to tell Kibiki about it only to find out she's too late and that Kibiki had already gone on without her, and the second one when she finds out she succumbed to the darkening and killed Kibiki.
  • The Dragon: One of Sachiko’s.
  • Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: Often described as having eyes 'like a dead fish'.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Ayumi. They’re both rather clingy towards thier crushes, but Naho remorselessly takes it to Yandere levels. In a sense, she’s what Ayumi could become if she fully gave in to her dark urges.
  • Freak Out!: When Ayumi reveals that she killed Kibiki. Complete with Bad Black Barf.
  • Go Mad from the Revelation: When she learns that she killed Kibiki.
  • Good Is Not Nice: In her spiritual form in Blood Covered. Subverted as she’s far from good.
  • Hair Decorations: A star-shaped hairpin. Fitting for one who works with the occult.
  • Heel–Face Turn: In the manga, thanks to Kibiki.
  • Hijacked by Ganon: By Sachiko in the manga, and heavily evidenced to be the case before she went over to Heavenly Host.
  • Lack of Empathy: Post-Darkening. She cares only about Kibiki, to hell with the lives of others.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: She did it all for Kibiki... who she ended up killing when she was swallowed by the darkening.
  • Love Makes You Crazy: Big time. Regardless of being influenced by The Corruption or not, everything that Naho did for Kibiki's sake after going insane only resulted in collateral damage in the long run. Going to Heavenly Host to rescue him ended in hers and Sayaka's death. In her insanity trance, her idea of helping Kibiki was posting the wrong info about the charm on her blog to trap more students in Heavenly Host so the curse would become stronger, giving Kibiki a larger source material to study. That only made Heavenly Host stronger, making it impossible to escape unless Sachiko is appeased and sped up The Corruption taking over her, which ended up killing Kibiki. More people being trapped in Heavenly Host was also a scenario Kibiki wanted to avoid.
  • Meganekko
  • Mentor Ship: She really likes her mentor, Kibiki.
  • Ms. Exposition: She pops up a few times in Blood Covered to explain the intricacies of Heavenly Host to the Kisaragi students.
  • Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: With Sayaka. Until she goes insane.
  • Sanity Slippage: "Purgatory" shows that she really was a nice girl when still alive, had a heartwarming friendship with Sayaka, and wanted to avoid people being harmed by Sachiko. Her descent into madness started when she came home after her guest appearance at Sayaka's show was hijacked by Sachiko, with the resolve to put an end to the investigation on the Shinozaki Estate and Heavenly Host... only to find Kibiki's note telling he went over to Heavenly Host without her. She screams and cries in absolute despair and can only resort to asking for Sayaka to perform the ritual with her so she can rescue Kibiki. She starts losing it afterwards. Between the time Sayaka returns home briefly to let her mother know she was going out and the time they pulled the ritual, Naho starts showing insanity traces that indicate Sachiko was influencing the Darkening within her when she posted the wrong info on her blog. The Darkening only got worse from there.
  • Stoic Spectacles: After her death.
  • Together in Death: In the manga, she finally reunties with Kibiki after her Heel–Face Turn.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Would you believe that before going to Heavenly Host, she used to be an absolutely cheerful girl who was prone to make cat noises complete with gestures?
  • Villain with Good Publicity: She’s even more famous than Kibiki, and much more unhinged. In fact, she was able to use her good reputation to lure more victims to Heavenly Host.
  • Villainous Breakdown: When she relaizes that she killed Kibiki and has been nothing more than the Big Bad’s pawn.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Okay, maybe doing it all for your beloved mentor isn't that well-intentioned, but still. Although Book of Shadows indicates that she did so under the influence of The Darkening.
  • Yandere: After being taken over by The Darkening.

     Kou Kibiki 

Kou Kibiki

Voiced by: Daisuke Endō
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A writer of mystery novels researching what really happened in the 1973 kidnapping and murder case. He went to Heavenly Host to investigate it and how it connects to the 1973 kidnapping and murder case.


  • Adaptation Expansion: The manga adaptation expands his role by actually having him appear as a spirit to give valuable info to the main five.
  • All-Loving Hero: He didn't want Naho to go with him to the investigation because he didn't want to risk her being trapped in Heavenly Host. He's also worried about other people getting trapped in it. Sadly, leaving her behind ended up in Naho causing both after she goes insane.
  • Idiot Ball: Even though he wasn't aware that he was biting off more than he could chew in regards to Heavenly Host's investigation, leaving Naho, AKA the girl with psychic powers when he has none, behind when going to Heavenly Host proved to be a bad move in the long run, even if he did it out of concern for her well-being. Even Naho thought it was stupid. It's like facing off Ganon without the Master Sword.
  • Multicolored Hair: Has a dark blue strand on his black hair.
  • Sexy Mentor: He fills the part quite well. Naho certainly agrees!
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Leaving Naho behind was the cause of her Start of Darkness. Ultimately, it led to his demise and the demise of a good deal of students.

     Shougo Taguchi 

Shougo Taguchi

Voiced by: Manabu Sakamaki
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A cameraman helping Kibiki with his case.


  • Adaptation Expansion: He has a bigger role in the manga, where he briefly joins the Kisaragi cast rather than just running into them once. He's also the one that shows them the way down into Heavenly Host's basement.
  • Adaptational Badass: In the Blood Covered game Taguchi is an average guy who's in way over his head, encountered while in the throngs of a Freak Out! and then unceremoniously offed by Yoshikazu. In the manga he saves Naomi from a Darkness-possessed Ayumi, keeps his cool when he recognises the former as the girl who murdered Seiko, graciously accepts that his death is unavoidable, and tops it off by fighting off Yoshikazu with a Molotov cocktail so that the kids can escape. He still ends up dying, but his actions up that point are a far cry from his terror in the original game.
  • Butt-Monkey: Is there a time when Naho isn't putting this guy down?
  • Camera Fiend: A video camera at least. His documentation ends up playing an important part in both the overall story and in Naomi's narrative.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Even when he's having the Freak Out! mentioned below, his eyes don't seem to open. They do so briefly in the manga, when he recognises Naomi as Seiko's murderer.
  • Freak Out!: Has one when Naomi tries to give him back something he dropped in Chapter 5. Turns out that he watched Naomi kill Seiko, which led him to believe that Naomi would kill him too.
  • Motor Mouth: Morishige views him as such.
  • Nice Hat: A stylish beanie that he's never seen without.
  • Too Kinky to Torture: He actually enjoys being Naho's Butt-Monkey. Taken Up to Eleven in one of 2U’s wrong ends.

Ghosts

     Yoshizaku Yanagihori 

Yoshikazu Yanagihori

Voiced by: Daisuke Matsuo
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A teacher at Heavenly Host Elementary, and the son of the headmaster. He was arrested for the kidnapping and murder of the three victims in 1973, and was supposedly the master of the haunted school, but was actually being manipulated by Sachiko.


  • A-Team Firing: He can be a real terrible aim with his sledgehammer, which is how Yoshiki managed to survive getting hit twice on the head with it.
  • Always a Bigger Fish: He's found crucified and impaled in Chapter 2 of Blood Drive, which pretty much establishes that there is a much bigger threat this time. Or just that the Nirvana is through playing around.
  • Big Bad: Initially portrayed as this before The Reveal.
  • The Brute: An unwilling example.
  • Cool Teacher: Used to be one until his mental illness struck. An entry in Yoshie Shinozaki's diary suggests that she might have had something to do with the mental illness.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Being controlled by Sachiko into kidnapping the three children and then witnessing her kill them in cold blood completely breaks him and leads to him being forced to work for Sachiko.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: He was built up as the murderer until the truth was revealed.
  • The Dragon: An unwilling one to Sachiko, as she used his body to kill children.
  • Driven to Suicide: He killed himself by hanging himself.
  • Drop the Hammer: His zombie occasionally appears with a giant mallet. God help you if he catches you.
  • Friend to All Children: What he was prior to kidnappings. In Chapter 6 of Book Of Shadows, he shows a lot of reluctance to kill Yuka despite Sachiko's orders. Teenagers are fair game, though.
  • Insanity Defense: How he avoided going to jail. He actually was pretty insane at that point, so a mental hospital was probably the best place for him. However, he ended up escaping, broke into the school, and hung himself in the basement.
  • Manchild: At the time of the incident, a disease had apparently caused him to regress to a childlike mental state, to the point where he couldn't even convey his thoughts. People noted that he was still a rather kind person even when he reached that point, so it was almost hard to believe that he'd commit such horrific murders. Which makes sense, seeing as he didn't commit the murders.
  • Sins of Our Fathers: Yoshikazu's mental illness and regression are heavily implied to be caused by being cursed by Yoshie, Sachiko's mother. When you find her diary in-game, Yoshie mentions her hatred for Principal Yanagihori is so great, she cursed him and everyone in his bloodline. This basically means he's the very first innocent victim of Yoshie's and Sachiko's rage: even before the murder of the three children, Yoshikazu was already a powerless puppet under Sachiko's thrall.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: In the Blood Covered manga he carries Yoshiki back to Ayumi, seemingly out of regret for kidnapping him in the first place. In the original game Yoshiki only escapes because Ohkawa rescues him.

     Yoshie Shinozaki 

Yoshie Shinozaki

Voiced by: Ikue Otani
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Sachiko's mother, she was a doctor and a health official for Heavenly Host Elementary. She died after falling from a stairway landing in the school. She was the other victim of the incident in 1953. After she escaped being raped by the principal, he accidentally caused her death whilst chasing after her in an attempt to keep her quiet. Her death was subsequently covered up as an accident.

She appears in-game as the ghost in the infirmary.


  • Greater-Scope Villain: The final chapter of Book of Shadows shows that she may have been the one who created the supernatural version of Heavenly Host in the first place, using a ritual from the Book of Shadows, a powerful grimoire passed down in the Shinozaki family. It is also hinted that her magic may have been involved in Sachiko's death. And she was the one who created (or at least discovered) the ritual that would become the Sachiko Ever After charm. Prior to their demise. The events of Blood Drive reveal that she accidentally set the pieces in place for the creation of the hell known as Heavenly Host in a misguided attempt to be reunited with her deceased husband.
  • Hello, Nurse!: She was the school nurse, and very attractive. Unfortunately this made her the target of Takamine...
  • Hereditary Curse: Powerful black magic runs through her bloodline, and its passed from mother to daughter. Every man who marries into the bloodline is doomed to die because of this. She loved her husband enough to resort to the forbidden black magical secrets they'd passed down, and tried to escape to a dimension where she could be with his spirit. The spell failed, it rebounded onto Sachiko, and it spawned the hellish version of Heavenly Host after they were brutally murdered.
  • Puzzle Boss: When she attacks you in the Infirmary.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: She tries to be reunited with the spirit of her dead husband out of genuine love. This act sets the pieces in place for the creation of Heavenly Host and results in countless deaths.
  • Sins of Our Fathers: It's unknown what her ancestors did, but whatever it was left the women of her bloodline filled with immense black magical power.
  • Warmup Boss: She’s the first spirit that attacks you, and the first Wrong End in the game comes from her.

     Ghost Children 

In General

  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Thanks to the darkening and their violent deaths.
  • Creepy Child: By virtue of being dead and having died in terrible ways.
  • Tongue Trauma: They had their tongues cut out. Sachiko is both a victim of this and a perpetrator.
  • Undead Child: While they're ghosts instead of undead, their appearance and demeanor can be rather zombie-like.

Yuki Kanno

Voiced by: Hiromi Igarashi
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A victim of the 1973 Heavenly Host Elementary kidnapping and murder case, she appears as a ghost with her left eye missing.


Tokiko Tsuji

Voiced by: Momoko Ōhara
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A victim of the 1973 Heavenly Host Elementary kidnapping and murder case, she appears as a ghost with the top of her head missing.


  • Body Horror: Ryou and Yuki only lost their tongues, and Yuki lost one of her eyes as well. Poor Tokiko lost her tongue and the top half of her head. And they show it in detail if she catches you.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Thanks to the darkening. She temporarily gets better when she's appeased.
  • The Unintelligible: Because her tongue is missing. Along with the top half of her head.

Ryou Yoshizawa

Voiced by: Satomi Moriya
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A victim of the 1973 Heavenly Host Elementary kidnapping and murder case, he appears as a ghost with his tongue missing.


Others

    Kokuhaku Akaboji 

Kokuhaku Akaboji

Voiced by: Satomi Moriya

A girl from Misato Municipal Brotherhood High that Satoshi and Yuka encounter in Chapter 3. Despite their attempts to communicate with her, she doesn't really respond. Her Name Tag is found in Chapter 5, indicating that she either died shortly after Satoshi and Yuka left or was already dead. Going back to the art room when controlling Kizami in Chapter 3 reveals that the Darkening took over her.


  • Bookworm
  • Emotionless Girl: Well, by the time you meet her, at least.
  • Heir to the Dojo: Kokuhaku's father is a kendo master who runs a dojo. Kokuhaku grew up there and has considerable skill herself.
  • Hime Cut: Classic look for a Kendo Heir to the Dojo; long hair, sidelocks and even bangs.
  • Madness Mantra: Repeats one to try to keep the Darkening away.
  • Thousand-Yard Stare: While Darkening.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Her first appearance shows her constantly repeating a Madness Mantra, not even acknowledging Satoshi nor Yuka's presence. By the time you get back to where she was when playing as Kizami, she's already completely taken by the darkening, her body completely covered by the Darkening's shadow, moaning in pain. And unlike virtually all other students encountered or mentioned in the games, she doesn't get any role expanding.
  • Yamato Nadeshiko: Heir to a kendo dojo and wears Hime Cut so she can be assumed to be something like this. The madness and Darkening prevent the player from determining more.

    Hinoe Shinozaki 

Hinoe Shinozaki

Voiced by: Rei Matsuzaki

Ayumi's older sister. She's obviously the one Ayumi inherited her love of the occult from.


  • Big Damn Heroes: Saves Ayumi and Naomi from dying when their paper dolls are burning in Book of Shadows.
  • Hot Witch: Grown up and has magic powers.
  • Off with His Head!: She dies this way in Book of Shadows. Right in front of Ayumi, no less.
  • Oneesama: Very soft-spoken and ladylike, and very encouraging of Ayumi.
  • Rape as Drama: Heavily implied in Blood Drive.
  • Too Good for This Sinful Earth: Kind, understanding, and willing to put others above herself, regardless of the cost or if they deserve it. It leads to her Heroic Sacrifice at the end of Book of Shadows.

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