Protagonists (Ichiro Ogami | Flower Division (Original Imperial Combat Revue) | Flower Division (Paris Combat Revue) | Star Division | Flower Division (New Imperial Combat Revue)) | Combat Revues (Original Imperial Combat Revue | Paris Combat Revue | New York Combat Revue | New Imperial Combat Revue | Other Combat Revues) | Civilians | Villains
Spoilers for all works, including Shin Sakura Wars, are unmarked.
Kosuke "Dandy Boss" Dan, Beromucho Takeda, and Yantaro Nishimura
Beromucho portrayed by: Shigehiro "Velo" Takeda
Yantaro Nishimura portrayed by: Youichi Nishimura
A trio of Japanese yakuza originating from the live stage shows. Inspired by gangsters in foreign movies (presumably West Side Story), they emulate said gangsters under the mistaken belief that "all foreign gangsters dance". They serve as comic relief and balance out the predominantly female cast. Their popularity resulted in them making a cameo in the second OVA series and becoming recurring cast members in the stage musicals, even in the Paris and New York Troupes.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Dandy and Nishimura often wear suits to go with their gangster-esque image.
- But Not Too Foreign: Takeda was born in Brazil.
- Canon Foreigner: They were created specifically for the stage musicals starting with "Tsubasa" and have since become a staple in live performances as well as the second OVA.
- Hot-Blooded: Nishimura has a temperamental personality.
- The Klutz: Takeda is often prone to tripping over and falling down.
- Man in White: Dandy frequently wears a white jacket and matching colored pants.
- Sharp-Dressed Man: Dandy wears a multi-colored white suit while Yantaro wears a red suit.
- The Trickster: Takeda can play tricks on others, especially the Flower Division.
- See her entry on the New Imperial Combat Revue page.
- See her entry on the New Imperial Combat Revue page.
A blacksmith and the father of Sakura Amamiya, who often forges swords and ritual objects.
- The Blacksmith: He specializes in forging ritual objects, including the Amamiya Kunisada.
- Good Parents: He serves as a loving father to Sakura Amamiya, even after he unsuccessfully asks her to sacrifice herself for the greater good towards the end of the game.
- Knight Templar Parent: He believes in ridding Tokyo demonic threats, even if it means sacrificing his own daughter in doing so.
- Like a Son to Me: Given his close relationship with Kamiyama, Tekkan often views him as if he was a son.
- Meaningful Name: His first name, Tekkan, means iron trunk in Japanese, befitting his muscular stature and profession as a blacksmith.
- Nice Guy: He seems to be a pretty decent guy, despite his imposing stature.
Sakura Amamiya's mother and the wife of Tekkan Amamiya. Although she died at the age of 27 in 1930, Hinata had a "never give up" attitude, which was passed down to her daughter.
- Ancestral Weapon: She wielded the Amamiya Kunisada and when she died in 1930, that sword went to Sakura.
- Cool Sword: The Amamiya Kunisada, which was eventually passed down to Sakura upon her death.
- Death by Origin Story: Her death inspired Sakura to become a swordswoman herself and achieve her dreams of joining the Imperial Combat Revue.
- Determinator: Regardless of how hard the situation gets, Hinata absolutely refuses to give up.
- Good Parents: Along with Tekkan, she deeply loved Sakura.
- Heroic Sacrifice: In 1930, she stopped the Great Demon War at the cost of her own life.
- The Lost Lenore: She became one for Tekkan in Sakura's backstory, as her death saddened him.
- Missing Mom: She was present in Sakura's early life before her Heroic Sacrifice in 1930.
- Posthumous Character: She died when Sakura was very young.
- Strong Family Resemblance: Hinata and Sakura share the same hairstyle.
A swordswoman and close friend of Tekkan Amamiya who mentored his daughter, Sakura, in swordsmanship.
- Ambiguously Human: She appears in front of Oboro during the final part of the game and Oboro recognizes her and even asked for her help, saying how they use to slaughter humans together. She then proceed to kill Oboro easily while saying that she never considers the Kouma as her comrades. It puts into question whether she is a human or a Kouma.
- Master Swordswoman: She displays an immense skill in swordsmanship.
- Mentor Archetype: She served as a mentor to Sakura Amamiya during her childhood.
- Pungeon Master: Likes to throw puns in her sentences.
- The Stoic: Most events don't impact her cool-headed personality.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Omelette Fried Rice. She could go on a speech about them.
A private detective who heads to Paris and gets tangled with a case.
Kojiro's younger sister and a dancer in the Chattes Noir in Paris.
One of the residents of Harlem. Is a part of the "Cerberus/Centaurs" gang, which Cheiron was once a part of.
One of the executives of Steam Frontier, a development company. Plots to demolish Harlem and establish a higher-class district in its place.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: Much of Cheiron's arc is about stopping him from demolishing Harlem.
- Four Eyes, Zero Soul: He often wears glasses and has a sinister personality.
- Laser-Guided Karma: At the end of the game, Bill gets dismissed from Steam Frontier thanks to the Star Division foiling his plans.
A woman who is hired as a substitute for Plum/Cherry as the Little Lip Theater's waitress in the second New York Revue show.
- Canon Foreigner: She was created specifically for the Utau Dai New York 2 stage show and has been appearing in live performances ever since.
- Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Redberry wears red clothes as opposed to Plum.
- Meaningful Name: Just like Plum/Cherry, Redberry's name comes from a berry fruit as well as a dog species.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: She filled in for Plum/Cherry as the theater's waitress in the second New York Revue show.