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A list of characters in Hypnosis Mic. Characters on this page all have their names listed in Western order— given names followed by surnames.


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     Central Ward 

Otome Tohoten

Voiced by Yuu Kobayashi

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Age: 49
Birthday: June 24th (Cancer)
Height: 159cmnote 
The current prime minister of Japan. Overthrew the previous prime minister using the power of the Hypnosis Mics and enacted the H Act.
  • Badass Long Coat
  • Big Bad: Implied to be given her current status in the Hypnosis Mic world.
  • Does Not Like Men: According to her profile, she is cruel towards men and doesn’t mind inflicting violence on them. Considering the kind of government she instated, it makes sense for her character to be this way.
    • Freudian Excuse: Supplementary material reveals that her father was an abusive and controlling man who had very strict views about women being subservient to men. Most of the ideology she founded the Party of Words on was born out of her desire to escape the constraints he put on her.
  • Hime Cut
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: Downplayed and inverted. She's Dice's mother, but this isn't a secret to either of them. Her son hasn't yet told anyone else about his mother's identity, though.
  • Meaningful Name: Instated a Matriarchial government, and her name is “Otome” which translates to “Maiden” in English.
  • Perfectly Arranged Marriage: The man her father arranged for her to marry, Mikado Asuka, fortunately turned out to share a lot of her ideas and encouraged her to work towards them.
  • You're Not My Mother: Her son ran away from home after she blew the whistle on her father's corruption, an act which ended up getting her husband sent to jail as well (albeit willingly on his part), and doesn't keep in touch. However, she still seems to hold some lingering affection for him.

Ichijiku Kadenokoji

Voiced by Chiaki Takahashi

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Age: 31
Birthday: December 1st (Sagittarius)
'Height: 173cmnote 
Aide to the prime minister, chief of police, and head of internal affairs.

Nemu Aohitsugi

Voiced by Nozomi Yamamoto

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Age: 19
Birthday: August 1st (Leo)
'Height: 158cmnote 
Samatoki's younger sister who made her first proper appearance in the TDD manga. Later on revealed to be the vice chief of the Central Ward Office of internal affairs.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: One of Ramuda’s clones brainwashed her into joining Chuuoku via the Ultimate Hypnosis Mic.
  • The Cutie: A sweet, good-natured girl with an innocent face to boot. This makes it all the more shocking when she’s revealed to be working for Chuuoku.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: To Samatoki. He became a Yakuza for her sake.
  • Hair Antennae: Like her brother.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: Her involvement with Chuuoku was a major reveal in the drama tracks, but the video for “Femme Fatale” shows her without a care in the world. Her presence in this folder also spoils this.

     Satellite characters 

In General


  • Satellite Character: These characters don't have much effect on the main plot or story aside from how they relate to their sibling/friend.

Gentaro's friend

Mentioned in Gentaro's solo song.
  • Ambiguous Situation: Not a lot of detail is given about his disease nor the outcome. There are theories about whether he survived and whether he ever even existed at all (although the Fling Posse drama track seems to confirm that he did).
  • Ill Boy
  • Littlest Cancer Patient
  • No Name Given
  • Only Friend: He was the only student who approached Gentaro at school and offered to be his friend.

Doppo's brother

Mentioned in the first Matenro drama track.
  • No Name Given: It can be assumed, however, that his name is Kannonzaka.
  • Bit Character: Unlike the other two satellite characters, he's not a part of Doppo's Dark and Troubled Past. He was only mentioned in passing as having failed his exams.
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