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Main characters

Maeda Atsuko

Portrayed by Maeda Atsuko

"I'm serious!"
Maeda Atsuko (often referred to as just "Maeda") is the main protagonist of Season 1 of Majisuka Gakuen. She transfers to Majisuka Academy and intends not to get into any fights. While often quiet, her true nature is revealed whenever she hears the word "serious".

Oshima Yuko

Portrayed by Oshima Yuko

Oshima Yuko is the leader of the Rappappa, the strongest group of students in Majisuka Academy. She is known to be the strongest fighter in the school, but for most of the drama, she remains in the hospital while not attending school.

  • Ill Girl: It's revealed in Episode 7 she has a month left to live.

Onizuka Daruma

Portrayed by Nachu

"I brought chicken wings for everyone!"
Another transfer student who arrives to Majisuka Academy alongside Maeda. After Maeda helps her in a fight with Team Hormone, she becomes Maeda's devoted follower and self-proclaimed underling.

Majisuka Academy Wind Instruments Club "Rappappa"

  • Quirky Miniboss Squad: The Four Heavenly Queens are a formerly institutionalized sadist, a girl with chicken-related PTSD and mind-rape power, a teen single mother with super speed, and a ko-gal gang leader.


Portrayed by Shinoda Mariko

The vice president of Rappappa, who looks over the group's activities in Yuko's place during her medical leave and reports to her at the hospital.


Portrayed by Itano Tomomi

One of the Four Heavenly Queens of Rappappa. She has her own gang of followers, one Daruma used to be part of, and an underling named Dance, who she often abuses by punching her and giving her nosebleeds. In Season 2, after graduating, she becomes an IT worker, but becomes displeased with her job and re-enrolls as a student of Yabakune, becoming an antagonist for that season.


Portrayed by Kashiwagi Yuki

"Me? I'm just a single mother trying to make ends meet."
One of the Four Heavenly Queens of Rappappa. She often fights as night, moving within the shadows, and has inhuman speed. When she fights, she often invokes a "death sentence". In Season 2, she graduates to work at a supermarket and it's revealed she has a child. In "Lost in the Supermarket", the musical after Season 5 during the Mafia War timeline, she becomes the new principal of Majisuka Academy, and acts as Katabutsu's mentor figure.


Portrayed by Matsui Rena

"Are you angry...?"
One of the Four Heavenly Queens of Rappappa. Feared as the most brutal and violent of the four Queens, fighting purely for the sake of the violence. For most of Season 1, she was not present because she was doing time in a correctional facility, but she makes her first appearance in Episode 8. Despite being a third-year, she reappears in Season 2, revealing she was held back due to the prior season's events. She also acts as the co-lead in "Kyoto Chifu Shuugakuryoko".


Portrayed by Kojima Haruna

"I can read you! Tee-hee!"
One of the Four Heavenly Queens of Rappappa. She's regarded as the weakest of the four Queens, but is later revealed she has a split personality within her and a fearsome power to see into a person's traumatic memories and drive them mad. In Season 2, she becomes a masseuse after graduating and by Cabasuka have had a series of rich ex-husbands.

Team Under

A group of first years who are underlings to the Rappappa. In Season 2, they join Nezumi's side in a student uprising lead by her and Center.


Portrayed by Nakaya Sayaka


Portrayed by Katayama Haruka


Portrayed by Tanabe Miku


Portrayed by Yonezawa Rumi

Team Hormone

Team Hormone is one of the main groups in Majisuka Season 1 who are in the same class as Maeda. After they're beaten up by Maeda for bullying Daruma, they become reluctant allies before eventually becoming friends with them. In Season 2, they ascend to become official members of the new Rappappa.

Wota later Ageman, then Scandal

Portrayed by Sashihara Rino

The leader of Team Hormone. In Season 4, she renames herself "Scandal" and it's revealed she was suspended from Majisuka Academy for two years after a scandal broke out about her having a boyfriend. She transferred to a school in Fukuoka and renamed herself "Ageman", her past being touched upon in further detail in Majisuka 0. "Wota" is a reference to how her actress in real life is an idol otaku, while "Scandal" references an actual scandal that she was involved with and resulted in her transferring from AKB48 to their sister group HKT48.


Portrayed by Takajo Aki


Portrayed by Kitahara Rie


Portrayed by Nito Moeno


Portrayed by Komori Mika

  • Elective Mute: Often will use gestures to convey something.
  • The Heart
  • The Quiet One: Her name (Mukuchi) literally means "mute".
  • Suddenly Voiced: Finally speaks for the first time in Episode 10 of Season 1.
    "I'm going too!"
    • In Season 2, she speaks a lot more. At one point, even temporarily changes her name to "Oshaberi (speaks a lot)". It doesn't stick, though.

Other allies


Portrayed by Kasai Tomomi


Portrayed by Kuramochi Asuka


Portrayed by Miyazawa Sae


Portrayed by Akimoto Sayaka

Minegishi Minami / Shaku

The president of the student council at Majisuka Girls' Academy. In Season 2, due to her dissatisfaction of receiving little screen time due to her smaller role, she renames herself "Shaku" and joins the Rappappa as one of the new Four Heavenly Queens.

Majisuka Academy first year students


Portrayed by Watanabe Mayu

"I really hate this sense of comradeship... But it can't be helped if it's for a true friend's sake!"
A first-year student who serves as a minor antagonist, but plays a more prominent role in Season 2 alongside Center as a protagonist. A morally-grey character, Nezumi is more of a strategist than a fighter, acting as a double agent for both her school and the rival school, Yabakune, manipulating them so that she can take the top of Majisuka Academy amidst the chaos.

Ono Erena

Portrayed by herself


Portrayed by Yagami Kumi

Shibuya's underling.

Sanshou Sisters

A trio of first years who are Shibuya's underlings and want to join Rappappa. They act and appear childish, but are brutal fighters, often taking photos of their opponents after having beaten them. Despite them being a team, however, they tend to argue between each other. In Season 2, Myao and Rabutan transfer to Yabakune.


Portrayed by Miyazaki Miho


Portrayed by Ota Aika


Portrayed by Oku Manami

Yabakune High school


Portrayed by Sato Amina


Portrayed by Sato Yukari

Other cast


Portrayed by Takahashi Minami

     Characters introduced in Season 2 

Majisuka Academy


Portrayed by Matsui Jurina

"I knew it was a trap. But you're my friend!"
Originally introduced in a cameo during Season 1, Center serves as the main protagonist of Season 2 of Majisuka Gakuen. Now a second-year, she teams up with Nezumi and intends to obtain the top position of the school. In Season 4, she makes a cameo, now working as a nurse after graduating, but in Season 5, during the Mafia War timeline, she re-enrolls into Majisuka Academy after Salt's death.


Portrayed by Yokoyama Yui

"Have you seen now how far you are from the top? Never say you're going to take the top again. If you understand that, run back to the countryside!"
The new president of Rappappa following Oshima Yuko's passing. In Season 4, she is now a Heavenly Queen and Salt's right hand, having been held back multiple times for unknown reasons, even appearing as co-lead alongside Gekikara in "Kyoto Chifu Shuugakuryoko", where it's revealed she used to attend Mibuichi High school in Kyoto before moving to Tokyo and meeting Maeda.

  • And This Is for...: When fighting Sakura, she returns the attacks Sakura used to defeat the other Queens to her while shouting this line.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Is generally calm and mild-mannered, except for when you mention her many years at Majijo, or threaten her school. In season 5 she shoots a guy in the head after casually talking to him.
  • Dragon Ascendant: Maeda made her the Rappappa president before leaving in season 2. In season 5, she holds everyone together after Salt's death.
  • The Fettered: Firmly believes in the Rappappa's duty to protect the school and their own honor as the strongest of Majijo. Cries Tears of Joy when Salt finally decides to take her position more seriously.
  • Held Back in School: Doubles as a Berserk Button for her.
  • Kansai Regional Accent: Kyoto-kotoba, to be precise.
  • Mafia Princess: Daughter of Yoshimune, an Akechi officer in 5.
  • Number Two: In season 2, Maeda gave the president title to her before she leaves on her soul searching/vigilante journey. In later seasons, she is Salt's closest friend and advisor.
  • Parental Abandonment: Has a very strained relationship with her father, especially after he engineered the events that lead to Salt's murder.
    Otabe: Clean your neck and prepare for the day I cut it!
  • Trauma Conga Line: Throughout the series Otabe's struggles get more and more traumatizing. Starting from what is essentially babysitting the Rappappa in Season 2, to being Forced to Watch her friends get beat up one by one in season 4, to being forced to Join or Die (in this case 'or Gekikara ends up in prison') in the Kyoto School Trip Musical, to having her worst fears come true when Salt dies after a disagreement with the Yakuza, watching Bakamono get shot in front of her, listening to her father dying on the other end of the phone, nearly being forced into Sex for Services by a doctor, reading about Yoga's death in the newspaper and watching Magic Taking the Bullet for her in Season 5. After all that, it's almost a relief when Otabe dies.

Team Fondue


Portrayed by Oba Mina


Portrayed by Shimada Haruka


Portrayed by Shimazaki Haruka


Portrayed by Yamauchi Suzuran


Portrayed by Ichikawa Miori

Yabakune High school


Portrayed by Uchida Mayumi


Portrayed by Kimoto Kanon

Hadashi no Kai (Habu)


Portrayed by Nagao Mariya


Portrayed by Sato Sumire


Portrayed by Kikuchi Ayaka


Portrayed by Maeda Ami

Sutegoro High school


Portrayed by Nakamata Shiori

Other cast

Female detective

Portrayed by Takahashi Minami

"I haven't really got a name. I am the female detective."

Oshima Yuka and Yuki

Portrayed by Oshima Yuko

Oshima Yuko's sisters who arrive to Majisuka Academy after her passing, as per her request to check up on Maeda.

  • Backup Twin: Or rather, triplet.
  • Long-Lost Relative: Yuko considered herself alone in the world despite knowing her sisters, and no one in Majisuka Academy even knew she had siblings.


     Characters introduced in Season 3 

Team Habu


Portrayed by Shimazaki Haruka

Paru serves as the main protagonist of Season 3, arriving in Prison HOPE (aka Majisuka Prison) after being framed for the murder of her close friend, Keita.
  • Asskicking Equals Authority: How Paru finds herself as the head of Team Habu after defeating them all in fights. Even though all she wants to do is prove her innocence and get out of prison.
  • Berserk Button: Don't touch her stuff.
    • Also any mention of killing Keita, or Keita's death.
  • Clear My Name: She was sent to Hope Prison for allegedly murdering her boyfriend, but couldn't remember what happened and believes she didn't do it. The truth is, Miyu stabbed him at first and later Peace finished the job.
  • Declarationof Protection: Has a few throughout the series. First for Peace, and then for the rest of Team Habu, and then extended to all of Team Mongoose by the end of the series.
  • I Am Not Left-Handed: Paru isn't serious about a fight until she wraps her hair tie around her knuckles.
  • Invincible Hero: She doesn't lose a single fight in the entire season. Comes close a few times, but always manages to shake off her injuries and turn the tables.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Can't remember anything about the events leading up to her arrest and Keita's murder.


Portrayed by Kizaki Yuria

A member of Team Habu. She's able to obtain anything people request for her, such as gifts for her teammates they cannot easily obtain.
  • Becomingthe Mask: When ordered to kill Paru and the rest of her team, Peace finds out that she has actually become friends with Team Habu and can't bring herself to do it.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: The reason Peace gives for being so friendly to Paru at the start. shown to be false during The Reveal, only for Peace to realize that it was true after all.
  • Luxury Prison Suite: The one responsible for procuring all of the luxury items that each member of the team desires. From comic books to doll accessories, to even ridiculous things like grills and scissors. it's later revealed that she can get these items because her mother is the warden and she's The Mole.
  • Stronger Than They Look: She can hold her own against Paru (who has been undefeated the entire time), and could've possibly beaten her had she not undergone a Heel–Face Turn).
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Despite having a rather cheery disposition and being the one procuring all the contraband, Peace is not very popular with her team and initially had no friends other than her cellmate Paru.
  • The Mole: She was secretly spying on Team Habu for the warden, and was the one who framed Paru for killing Keita.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Just really wants her mother's AKA the warden's attention.
  • With My Hands Tied: Kicks the guard's asses after being handcuffed, having decided that Nantene and Komimi weren't going to crack under torture, she 'escapes' to recapture Paru herself.


Portrayed by Shimada Haruka

"Shut the hell up!"
A member of Team Habu. She's often seen lifting weights or with her best friend, Tetsuo. Her name is a reference to how she always shouts "Shut the hell up! (Uruseeyo!)"
  • Ambiguously Gay: She has a very butch style and is constantly making innuendos with supposedly Heterosexual Life-Partners Tetsuo.
  • Catchphrase: "Shut the hell up! (Uruseeyo!)" So much so, that it's her name.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: How she ends up siding with Paru against Daasu over the hierarchy of Team Habu.
  • Prisons Are Gymnasiums: is usually shown lifting weights and carrying a towel slung across her shoulders.
  • The Lad-ette: the textbook definition, she's loud, crude, has cropped short hair, wears a tank top and is constantly seen lifting weights.


Portrayed by Abe Maria

A member of Team Habu. She's often seen alongside Uruseeyo.


Portrayed by Oba Mina

A member of Team Habu, and the defacto leader of the team after the disappearance of Nobunaga. Her name means "a dozen", which foreshadows her past before arriving at the prison.
  • Berserk Button: Don't sit on Nobunaga's chair when Daasu's around.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: Daasu never really got over her old gang betraying her and it affects her interactions with Team Habu, particularly her underling Komimi.
  • Leader Wannabe: Declares herself the leader of Team Habu when Nobunaga goes missing
  • One-Man Army: Not exactly an entire army, but she does curb stomp twelve people by herself.
  • You Are Not Alone: Reassured by the rest of Team Habu when she's under the impression that they're all against her
  • The Lancer: To Paru after she loses a fight, and initially one for Nobunaga.


Portrayed by Yagami Kumi

A member of Team Habu. Her name means "small ear", and references how she has good hearing skills and can easily eavesdrop on any conversation.
  • Comic Trio: Together with Nanishi and Nantene
  • Real-Life Super Powers: Has really acute hearing, and can lip read extremely well.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: The victim of it. It's revealed to be how she ends up in the prison, starting with small things like stealing an eraser and then escalating from there.


Portrayed by Kimoto Kanon

"Just kidding!"
A member of Team Habu. She often speaks through a doll puppet, "Sally", usually by saying the opposite of what she means or saying a joke, and then saying "Just kidding!(Nante ne!)", which is where she gets her name.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: She can't speak without saying it through her doll, complete with a put on high-pitched voice. It's never explained.
  • Catchphrase: "Nante ne!" To the point where it's almost a verbal tic. Almost because she's once been shown to have finished a sentence without saying it.
  • Comedic Sociopathy: makes offhanded insulting comments all the time and no one bats an eye.
  • Companion Cube: Carries her doll Sally everywhere and speaks her mind through the doll. Discards the doll near the climax as she has managed to gather the courage to speak for herself.


Portrayed by Kawaei Rina

A member of Team Habu. Her name literally means "no name".
  • Alone with the Psycho: Or psychos in her case. Nanishi ends up in a room with Messi and Yagi after refusing to betray Paru. It goes about as well as you'd think.
  • Cope by Pretending: Regularly writes letters to her parents, and even waits for them to visit on visitation days in order to deny the fact that they're dead. To the point where she knowingly walks into a trap set by Yagi & Messi in order to maintain the illusion.
  • Invisible Parents: Unlike the other prisoners, she still has her parents and often writes to them. In reality, they're both already dead and she writes to them and their responses herself as a coping mechanism.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Nantene and Komimi. The three of them are constantly bickering and insulting each other, but are True Companions underneath it all.


Portrayed by Matsui Jurina

The former leader of Nobunaga, who mysteriously disappeared prior to the first episode of Season 3. In Episode 7, she's revealed to be locked in a cellar deep within the prison under watch by the head of Prison HOPE.
  • Chained by Fashion: Is restrained in this way by the prison for most of her appearances.
  • Respected by the Respected: The writers hyped up Nobunaga (who is only mentioned in the first few episodes) by having multiple strong characters speak of her with awe and/or respect.

Team Mongoose


Portrayed by Iriyama Anna

The leader of Team Mongoose. She and Nobunaga were considered rivals.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: "Did you know? If you go over your pain threshold it feels really good." After using Bunker as a punching bag.
  • The Leader: The levelheaded variety for Team Mongoose
  • Worthy Opponent: To Nobunaga, and then later Paru.


Her name means 'antennae' possibly as a reference to character's hairstyle

Portrayed by Kato Rena


Her name means 'citrus' an Actor Allusion to Miori's nickname 'Lemon'

Portrayed by Ichikawa Miori


Portrayed by Yamauchi Suzuran

  • Didn't Think This Through: She deliberately went against Annin's orders and started antagonizing Team Habu. Succeed or fail, Annin was going to be mad at her regardless.
  • Golf Clubbing: Only ever implied, never explicitly shown on-screen. A reference to the actress's love of the sport.
  • The Worf Effect: Is initially shown to be a badass, threatening Komimi and cowing Sudachi & Shokakku into submission, only to be beaten viciously by Annin in the next episode. In a later episode she is defeated with ease again to show how strong Miyu really is.


Her name means 'Dead Eyes' a nickname the actress was given on a variety show for her lack of reactions.

Portrayed by Takahashi Juri



Portrayed by Nagao Mariya

  • Expy: Of Gekikara, although relatively less terrifying considering she and Messi have Gekikara's traits split between the two of them. Yagi has the animalistic violence and (lack of) impulse control.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Attempts to eat paper, and has to be told by Messi that something isn't food.
  • Human Pet: Seems like one to Messi, but actually they're equal friends, to the point of having connecting catchphrases.
  • Psycho Supporter: To Messi, with an emphasis on psycho.
  • Restraining Bolt: Wears a chain around her choker that Messi carries, which can be used to hold her back in case she gets too violent.


Portrayed by Murashige Anna


Portrayed by Takeuchi Miyu

  • First-Name Basis: The only member of the cast to have her character go by her first name
  • Mysterious Waif: Doesn't say anything in her first appearance, is recognized by the main character, and then is shown looking at a photograph of herself and The Hero's boyfriend.
  • Remember That You Trust Me: To Paru when they're alone and fighting against the prison guards. In Paru's defense as far as she knows, Miyu killed her boyfriend, framed her, and was trying to kill her less than 24 hours ago.
  • The Woobie

     Characters introduced in Season 4 

Main characters


Portrayed by Miyawaki Sakura

"Get out of my way!"
Sakura serves as the main protagonist for Season 4. She transfers to Majisuka Academy from Kagoshima and aims to take the top position. She becomes the president of Rappappa in Cabasuka after Salt graduated and is faced with Majijo's imminent bankruptcy.

  • Breaking the Bonds: Frees herself from Magic's handcuffs through sheer willpower.
  • Country Mouse: She's a Kagoshima native and went to school in Fukuoka before transferring to Majijo.
  • Disappeared Dad: Her father left her family when she was little and her last memory is chasing him in vain as he ran away. This is why she is determined to never run from anything, no matter her odds of survival.
  • Excessive Mourning: After Salt and Bakamono dies, she viciously beats up a bunch of Yabakune students.
  • Only Sane Man: In Season 0, she is the only one trying to keep calm and avoid trouble as they are on a school field trip. This trait however is completely absent in Season 5.
  • Pre-Asskicking One-Liner: "Get out of my way." Used in the fourth season's opening song, Season 0 as her Catchphrase, and as the last line of Majisuka Gakuen 5 when the screen fades to black after Sakura dies.
  • Pre-Mortem One-Liner:
    • To Yoga:
      Your fist is hot... But someone like you, who has no desire to reach the top, can never defeat me!
    • To Magic:
      Your showtime is over!
  • New Transfer Student: as per usual for the Majisuka series.
  • Suicide by Cop: she points a gun at a bunch of armed riot-squad policemen at the end of the fifth season because Everybody's Dead, Dave and promptly gets riddled with bullets as a result.


Portrayed by Shimazaki Haruka

"Everybody will die someday. It's just a matter of when. Sometimes I wonder what I'm living for. All I want is to live life seriously on my own terms. I'll die laughing."
The leader of the Rappappa in Seasons 4 and 5, serving as Sakura's main rival. In Season 5, she serves as the main protagonist, however she dies in the first episode. In Cabasuka, she visits the girls' club and works there for a night while investigating the Matsumura Kaori murder case and the prostitution client list hunt, as she has become a high-ranking police detective.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: Can analyze her opponents' fighting pattern and devise the most efficient tactic to defeat them on the fly, in addition to being insanely strong.
    To Sakura, after easily catching her fist: You pull your shoulder too far when you punch. That makes me faster and able to defeat you. Be sure to fix that before you come up.
  • Character Development: After witnessing Sakura's earnestness, her best friend Otabe's defeat in her hands, and her Queens invade Gekioko by themselves to avenge their ambushing her in season 4, she starts to take her position as Rappappa's president more seriously.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Everybody who faces her, from rival yankees to armed Yakuza thugs, ends up on the receiving end of this.
  • Downer Beginning: Triggers this at the beginning of Season 5 when she dies at the end of episode 1, and to show that Anyone Can Die this season.
  • Friendly Enemy: Encourages Sakura along the way and offers tips to improve her fighting skills, in the hope that Sakura will become a Worthy Opponent.
  • Hates Being Alone: According to Otabe, paradoxically Salt is aloof because she's afraid she'll feel lonelier if she becomes close to someone and loses them later.
  • Heroic Neutral
  • Leitmotif: A whistling, Old West tune, and later Ominous Latin Chanting.
  • Made of Iron: Has to be hospitalized after an accident during a fight against Gekioko, but escapes from the hospital and defeats Sakura in the final battle a few days after.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: She's slender and doesn't look muscular, but not even Bakamono can defeat her, and she easily blows adult Yakuza thugs across the room.
  • Salt Solution: Earned her nickname because the wounds she inflicts in a fight feel like they've been rubbed with salt, increasing the pain.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Some stickers and graffiti of her name are misspelled as "SOLT", a direct transliteration of its rendering in katakana, ソルト.
  • Smoky Voice: Out of perpetual sleepiness rather than tobacco usage.
  • Victory Is Boring: Which causes her to habitually look for danger to alleviate her boredom.
    To Sakura: Why do you want to reach the top? It's lonely up there.

Majisuka Academy Wind Instruments club "Rappappa"

  • Quirky Miniboss Squad: The Four Heavenly Queens this time are a yogi, an idiotic musclehead, a magician, and a held back Kansai girl.


Portrayed by Iriyama Anna

"This place has a bad aura. Let us commence our duel elsewhere."
One of the Four Heavenly Queens of the Rappappa in Season 4. Her name references how she often does yoga.

  • Burial at Sea: Is last seen this way in Season 5
  • He Knows Too Much: Why the Chinese triad kills her in Season 5.
  • Life Energy: Claims to be able to sense places with good and bad aura.
  • Lotus Position: Regularly practices traditional yoga meditation rather than modern yoga exercise (her actress admitted her body isn't the most flexible).
  • Neat Freak: Punches Kusogaki in the face because she thinks it's dirty.
    (zips up Kusogaki's jacket) I hate filthy things. Filthy rooms, filthy clothes... and filthy faces.


Portrayed by Kawaei Rina

"Hey, have you seen Ten Kousei?"
One of the Four Heavenly Queens of the Rappappa in Season 4. Her name "Bakamono" means idiot, which is exactly what she is.

  • Dumb Muscle: Often seen lifting weights and practicing boxing in the club room.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Inadvertently becomes one after she started working for an Akechi front company. Minami, herself a former Yakuza, insists that she quit immediately.
  • Uninhibited Muscle Power: Can activate her "fight-or-flight" heightened state at will as her brain is too unintelligent to prevent overexertion.


Portrayed by Kizaki Yuria

One of the Four Heavenly Queens of the Rappappa in Season 4. Her name references how she's skilled in magic tricks.

Team Hinabe


Portrayed by Takahashi Juri

"Don't look down on us!"
The leader of Team Hinabe.


Portrayed by Kato Rena

"Do you really think I'm the ugliest in this team?!"
A member of Team Hinabe.


Portrayed by Oshima Ryoka

"We're part of the Rappappa, Majijo's strongest!"
A member of Team Hinabe.


Portrayed by Mukaichi Mion

"We will be the vanguards of the next generation!"
A member of Team Hinabe.


Portrayed by Uchiyama Natsuki

"Constitution Article [insert article and content here]"
A member of Team Hinabe. Memorizes the entire Constitution of Japan.

Majisuka Academy first-year students


Portrayed by Kojima Mako

"I'm the Sakura expert here!"
One of the Kamisori-Zombie pair in Majisuka Academy. Her name is a reference to her main attack, her razor sharp slice ability to cut her opponent's skin.


Portrayed by Owada Nana

"No, I'm the Sakura expert!"
One of the Kamisori-Zombie pair in Majisuka Academy. Her name is a reference to how she can easily stand back up after being knocked down, reviving similar to a zombie.

  • Forgot About Her Powers: Her skill is only demonstrated once, in season 4. She also doesn't survive being shot in season 5.
  • Mugging the Monster: In the Kyoto School Trip play, she and Kamisori rob Gekikara. They get away with it because Gekikara was distracted and attempting to keep out of trouble.

Other notable students


Portrayed by Okada Nana

"I'll drink this Calpis tonight while thinking of you."
One of the students in Sakura's class. While she plays a minor role in Season 4, she ascends to part of the main cast after Season 5, and plays a major lead role in "Lost in the Supermarket".

  • Ascended Extra: Went from a minor role in Season 4 to a main character in Season 5, Cabasuka, and the second musical "Lost in the Supermarket". Real Life Writes the Plot since her actress only entered the Senbatsu (the elite ranks of AKB) in 2016.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Her hairstyle in Cabasuka. Doesn't stop customers from fawning over her, including her stalker who has a similar haircut.
  • Nice Girl: Buys her customer a drink to ease his nervousness in Cabasuka.
  • Sorry, I'm Gay: Pretends to be a lesbian in Cabasuka to drive away a stalker. An allusion to her actress, who is Ambiguously Bi.

Gekioko High Nursing Department


Portrayed by Yamamoto Sayaka

Leader of the Gekioko High school Nursing department.

  • Carpet-Rolled Corpse: Taunts the Yakuza by telling them that they aren't real Yakuza unless they're doing this to her in Episode 1 of Season 5.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Breaks her school's alliance with Yabakune after Salt saved her from the Yakuza.


Portrayed by Watanabe Miyuki

Antonio's 2nd-in-command.

  • Faux Affably Evil: Acts sympathetically to her underlings who are defeated by Team Hinabe before brutally punishing them.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: She's a Grade B.


Portrayed by Suda Akari


Portrayed by Tani Marika

  • Butt-Monkey: Constantly receives physical abuse due to her inability to read the mood.
  • I Do Not Speak Non Verbal: Her name is short for "Kuuki Yominai" ("cannot read the atmosphere"), a Japanese slang for people who can't perceive the mood of a room or situation and behave accordingly.


Portrayed by Matsumura Kaori


Portrayed by Shiroma Miru


Portrayed by Yagura Fuuko

Yabakune High school


Portrayed by Nagao Mariya

Tsun (later Kaibun)

Portrayed by Muto Tomu


Portrayed by Kawamoto Saya

Other cast

Takahashi Minami

Portrayed by herself

     Characters introduced in Season 5 

Majisuka Academy


Portrayed by Kodama Haruka

"I'm called Katsuzetsu because my tongue is slippery. If your tongue is loose, you could accidentally bite it."

Gekioko High Nursing Department


Portrayed by Yoshida Akari


Portrayed by Jonishi Kei

Yabakune High school


Portrayed by Taniguchi Megu


Portrayed by Furuhata Nao


Portrayed by Tano Yuka


Portrayed by Murayama Yuiri

     Characters introduced in Kyoto Chifu Shuugakuryoko musical 

Majisuka Academy students


Portrayed by Tano Yuka


Portrayed by Takahashi Juri

One of the three members of Team Kebab.


Portrayed by Oshima Ryoka

One of the three members of Team Kebab.


Portrayed by Kawamoto Saya

One of the three members of Team Kebab.

Mibuichi High School Shinsengumi "Dendeke" band


Portrayed by Nakanishi Chiyori


Portrayed by Nagao Mariya


Portrayed by Okada Nana


Portrayed by Nishino Miki

     Characters introduced in Lost in the Supermarket 
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Many of them are the younger sisters of Majijo students from the season 5 and played by the same actresses.


Portrayed by Kojima Mako

A first year student, one of the Four Heavenly Queens of the new Rappappa, and Kamisori's younger sister. She's supposedly one of the last remaining members of Team Sakura after the events of Season 5, and has inherited the various skills of her sister (razor blade attack), Zombie (physical toughness), and Sakura (monster strength).


Portrayed by Tano Yuka

A first year student, one of the Four Heavenly Queens of the new Rappappa, and Amon's younger sister. She was formerly a Yabakune follower since her sister was a Yabakune student, but enrolled in Majijo after the events of Season 5.

Team Monja

One of the two teams that divides the students of Majisuka Academy.


Portrayed by Oshima Ryoka

The leader of Team Monja, one of the Four Heavenly Queens of the new Rappappa, and Kusogaki's younger sister.


Portrayed by Oda Erina


Portrayed by Sasaki Yukari

  • Actor Allusion: Her actress was the body double for Eguchi Aimi, a fake AKB member who was actually a computer-generated (CG) composite.


Portrayed by Nomura Nao


Portrayed by Fukuoka Seina

Team Okonomi

One of the two teams that divides the students of Majisuka Academy.


Portrayed by Takahashi Juri

The leader of Team Okonomi, one of the Four Heavenly Queens of the new Rappappa, and Uonome's younger sister.


Portrayed by Komiyama Haruka


Portrayed by Nakanishi Chiyori


Portrayed by Nishino Miki


Portrayed by Mogi Shinobu


Portrayed by Yumoto Ami


Portrayed by Goto Moe


     Characters introduced in Majisuka 0 


Portrayed by Tanaka Miku


Portrayed by Yabuki Nako

"Kisarazu's yankees are so lukewarm!"


Portrayed by Anai Chihiro


Portrayed by Kojina Yui

  • Vanity Is Feminine: Like her actress, often seen checking herself in the mirror. Even her nickname came from "narcissist".


Portrayed by Tashima Meru


Portrayed by Tomonaga Mio


Portrayed by Sakaguchi Riko


Portrayed by Matsuoka Natsumi


Portrayed by Fuchigami Mai


Portrayed by Motomura Aoi


Portrayed by Ota Aika

  • What the Hell Is That Accent?: Can speak in both Fukuoka and Kanto dialects since she's originally from Tokyo, but her friends think she's mediocre in both.


Portrayed by Moriyasu Madoka


Portrayed by Yamashita Emiri

     Characters introduced in Cabasuka Gakuen 


Ikizama (Isoginchaku)

Portrayed by Komiyama Haruka

A student at Majijo who joins Sakura's group to assist in working at Aquarium to help prevent Majisuka Academy from being shut down.

Shukai (Nodoguro)

Portrayed by Nakai Rika

A student at Majijo who joins Sakura's group to assist in working at Aquarium to help prevent Majisuka Academy from being shut down.

Kashiwagi Yuki/Anago

Portrayed by Kashiwagi Yuki

"I can't compete against you... you're too cute..."

A timid young woman who comes to the club to look for her fiancé.


Portrayed by Matsuoka Hana

"My dad has always wanted to ride a Ferrari. I'm going to buy him one!"

  • Con Man: She's Really 17 Years Old but claims to be 18 in order to be accepted to work at the Aquarium. She was hired by the Corrupt Cop to give them an excuse to arrest and interrogate Saionji in exchange for cash to treat her ill father. Turns out she also conned the police, since her parents are in good health and she only wants the money.

Ike Ike Tattoo


Portrayed by Sutou Ririka


Portrayed by Shibuya Nagisa

     Characters introduced in Majimuri Gakuen 


  • Floral Theme Naming
  • Four-Philosophy Ensemble: A subtler example.
    • Realist: Lily, the quiet leader of the group who sticks to her code of honor but isn't above joining forces with Kaiser in an Enemy Mine situation.
    • Optimist: Bara, the one most passionate for freedom and willing to take an electric bullet for the enemy.
    • Cynic/Conflicted: Hina, who wants a better life for everyone and defects to Kaiser's side after being convinced of the benefits of honorary citizenship.
    • Apathetic: Sumire, just along for the ride and quietly supports her comrades, and almost unilaterally disbands the Hana-gumi in their Darkest Hour.

Shimizu Sayuri aka Lily

Portrayed by Oguri Yui

"Don't stand in my way!"

Asahi Hina

Portrayed by Okabe Rin

"This is the story of a revolution in a small world..."

Kuwabara Ikumi aka Bara

Portrayed by Mukaichi Mion

"Our school is rotten. This town is also rotten. But if we only complain about it, nothing will change! Let's bring down the wall!"

  • My Fist Forgives You: Almost fatally strangles Zwei after the latter boasted that she burned the Kuwabaras' shop down, and is the first to accept her as an ally later.

Yamamoto Sumire

Portrayed by Kuranō Narumi

"We're comrades in the revolution, and we're friends!"

Student Council

Gosaki Aran (Kaiser)

Portrayed by Honma Hinata

"Even if you look at the sky, you'll never reach it. The only freedom you have is your feet. Never look up... look down!"


Portrayed by Ogino Yuka

"Kaiser-sama, I have made the arrangements."


Portrayed by Kato Minami

"I'm Eins, Kaiser-sama's number one protector!"


Portrayed by Taniguchi Megu

"If it's for Kaiser-sama, I'll even become a monster!"

Arashigaoka Gakuen Faculty

Goshirakawa Noriko (L'Amant)

Portrayed by Yokoyama Yui

"I'm already an adult, so my world has become smaller. You're all still young, you have the whole world before you."

Arechi Technical School


Portrayed by Takino Yumiko



Portrayed by Jo Eriko

"My brother goes here, so I also have to, even though I'm no good at fighting!"

     Characters introduced in Majimuri Gakuen Stage Play 

Nero (Houjou Saori)

Portrayed by Okada Nana

Queen Bee

Portrayed by Muto Tomu


Portrayed by Sasaki Yukari


Portrayed by Iwatate Saho


Portrayed by Fukuoka Seina

Suda Akari

Portrayed by herself

  • As Herself
  • Product Placement: Asks the Hana-gumi for tips to promote her real-life photobook, which sold rather poorly.
  • Undercover Cop Reveal: She's a detective investigating yankee activities. Wears a traffic cop uniform during the reveal, for some reason.

Onishi Momoka

Portrayed by herself

Takino Yumiko

Portrayed by herself

"Who's Manji?"
One of the cameo appearances in the stage play.

  • As Herself: She portrays an idol who's in the same group as Okada Nana.
  • Identical Stranger: To Manji.
  • Idol Singer
  • Take That!: She approaches the Hana-gumi to ask for advice on how to get closer to Okada Nana, the captain of her idol group. They suggest that the two of them go on a ship cruise together, and Yumiko remarks that such a trip has been planned since the previous year but hasn't come to fruition yet (a reference to the STU48 shipboard theater, which at the time was in Development Hell and would only be launched half a year later).


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