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     The Cast as a Whole 
  • A House Divided: After a while, they start fighting a lot with each other.
    • In the end, they divide in three groups: Those who decide to stay in Nanaki, those who decide to go back and Yottsun, who ends up staying with Kami-sama.
  • Bystander Syndrome: Outside of the main cast and a few other characters(Nanko, Lovepon and Mikage), most people just stand by, watch and agree to the person screaming the loudest, who is often Mikage or Lovepon.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Each charcter has their own reasons for leaving society.
    • Driver: His own negligence caused his young daughter to go missing, his wife left him, and then he lost his house.
    • Jigoku no Gouka: Despite all his training, he was too short to meet the height requirement for the military.
    • Lovepon: The man her mother was involved with abused them both.
    • Maimai: She and her friend both liked the same boy but promised not to let it ruin their friendship. When Maimai started dating the boy, her friend stopped talking to her and got the rest of their friends to do the same. Eventually, even her boyfriend started ignoring her as well.
    • Mikage: He arrogantly took on the project his company was nervous over, gloating that with him in charge, it was guaranteed to succeed. When the project to failed due to a minor mistake he made, Mikage became a laughing stock at his company.
    • Nyanta: She took revenge on the girls bullying her by shooting at them with a bb-gun. When they found and caught her, they tied her up under a wasp's nest while shooting at her and the nest with the bb-gun.
    • Valkana: The security system he designed was blamed for an information leak that could only have been made by someone in the group that hired him.
    • Mitsumune: After the death of his twin brother Tokimune, his heart-broken mother came to believe Mitsumune was actually Tokimune, and the rest of the family went along with it.
    • Hayato: His parents locked his mentally ill grandmother in the attic to prevent her from wandering around town and making them look bad. They also controlled every aspect of Hayato's life and used him as a tool to improve their social standing. Even the smallest rebellion from Hayato caused them to beat him and lock him in the attic where his grandmother died.
    • Lion: Her mother took advantage of her powers, making her into the prophet of a cult and then selling her customers overpriced trinkets to "protect" themselves from death.
  • Freudian Excuse: All of them are running away from their pasts. Nanko even lampshades this.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters
  • One Steve Limit: Enforced in universe, with the three girls named Yuuna. One keeps the name, the other two are renamed Yuuno and Yuune.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Each character is introduced with their screenname, and we only learn the real names of a few of the characters.

Main Characters

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     Mitsumune (光宗) 
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Voiced by: Kōdai Sakai

The main character. Optimistic, naive, and incredibly average, he joined the tour with his best friend, Hayato.


  • Affectionate Nickname: One of his kindergarten classmates addressed him as "Micchan".
  • All of the Other Reindeer: Was bullied in elementary school until he became friends with Hayato.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Appears to save Masaki from the Witch Hunt the others were starting.
  • Break the Cutie: Was forced to pretend to be his dead twin brother ever since he was in kindergarten, leading him to grow up to be the Extreme Doormat he is today. And when he finally decides to stand up for himself, he finds out that his best friend has seen him as nothing but a puppet this entire time.
  • Character Development: Decides to finally stand up to his mother and Hayato and be himself, no matter what anyone else wants him to be.
  • Childhood Friends: With Hayato.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: When Lovepon tries to drown him, he finds himself distracted by her wet shirt.
  • Extreme Doormat: He's used to mindlessly going along with whatever people tell him to do. He joined the tour in an attempt to grow out of this, but he's remains somewhat gullible and easy to talk into things.
  • Mistaken for Gay: Since there were only two pairs that came on the tour together, one of whom was a lovey-dovey couple, Lion assumed that Mitsumune and Hayato were dating. Despite Mitsumune clarifying their relationship, she didn't seem convinced.
  • Nice Guy
  • One-Gender School: His and Hayato's school.
  • Open Mouth, Insert Foot: Seems to struggle with the difference between internal and external monologues. He has been known to comment out loud on other character's heights, how they smell, and whether or not he finds them attractive.
  • Real Name as an Alias: He confesses that the screen name he introduces himself with is actually his real name. However, we later learn that ever since the death of his twin brother, Tokimune, he hasn't actually been called Mitsumune.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Compared to Hayato, Mitsumune is more sensitive and trusting.
  • Serial Romeo: Was afraid he was becoming one after he developed interests in Masaki, Nanko, and Lion. He was relieved to realize he wasn't interested in Maimai.
  • The Unfavorite: His mother favored his twin brother Tokimune, and when he died, his mother chose to believe that it was Mitsumune that died and began calling him Tokimune.

     Hayato/Speedstar (颯人?) 
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Voiced by: Taku Yashiro

Mitsumune's friend since childhood. Unlike Mitsumune, he's calm, aloof, and pragmatic.


  • Abusive Parents: His parents were very abusive and controlling towards him, such as beating him and locking him in the attic for not acting like a perfect son.
  • Bishōnen
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Everything he did to help Mitsumune since they met was solely for the purpose of controlling him the same way his parents control him.
  • Break Them by Talking: Is on the receiving end of one by Koharun, causing his Nanaki to become huge.
  • Character Development: Grows out of his need to control someone and becomes true friends with Mitsumune after facing his own Nanaki.
  • Childhood Friends: With Mitsumune.
  • Control Freak: Gets very upset whenever Mitsumune doesn't follow his "advice". Turns out his parents were like this as well and he's this way to Mitsumune because he wants to feel in control desperately.
  • The Cynic: Claims he went on the trip to prove that the village didn't exist.
  • Declaration of Protection: To Mitsumune when they were kids.
  • First-Name Basis: Tells Mitsumune to call him by his real name instead of Speedstar.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: By the end of the series, he and Mitsumune become true best friends.
  • Knife Nut: During Masaki's witch hunt, he takes a knife to torture her, even cutting her shoulder.
  • Not So Above It All: For someone who claims to not believe in crazies, he was very quick to join the other members on the witch hunt against Masaki. Of course, he mainly just wanted to get rid of her so she wouldn't be able to influence Mitsumune anymore.
  • One-Gender School: The school he attended with Mitsumune.
  • Only Sane Man: He appears to be one of the more levelheaded characters in the anime. However, this is subverted in the second half of the anime.
  • Poisonous Friend: The entire reason why he became Mitsumune's friend in the first place was to control him.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Compared to Mitsumune, Hayato is more aloof and stoic.
  • Yandere: Shows some traits of this towards Mitsumune, such as trying to stab Masaki for "seducing" Mitsumune. When he tells Mitsumune he only stuck with him because he saw Mitsumune as his puppet, he adds a half-crazed plea for things to stay as they were and for Mitsumune to stay obedient.
  • Hair Color Dissonance: Given the normal hair colors of the rest of the cast, Speedstar's blue hair is probably meant to be stylized black hair.

     Masaki (真咲) 
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Voiced by: Yuka Aisaka

A eccentric, emotional girl who Mitsumune finds himself drawn to.


  • Cloudcuckoolander: Shows shades of this episode one, believing something bad might happen since she couldn't hold her breath until her food was ready.
  • Dead All Along: In universe, some characters become suspicious of this.
  • Establishing Character Moment: When Mitsumune speaks to her for the first time, she claims something bad might happen since she was unable to hold her breath until her food was finished heating.
  • Figure It Out Yourself: Her behavior leads others to think she knows more than she's letting on. Unfortunately, she's also very vague in answering questions, making people become suspicious of her.
  • Hair Decorations: Mitsumune finds hers in Episode 9, making him think she's in trouble.
  • Mysterious Waif: Starts to develop into this as we learn more about her ties to the village.
  • Only Sane Man: Played with. Episode 8 makes it sound like she may be this, as the only member without a Dark and Troubled Past. However, with the reveal that not only is Reiji her Nanaki, but was never real to begin with she can probably be crossed off this list as well.
  • Prone to Tears: Easily brought to tears over a sad children's song.
  • Witch Hunt: Mikage convinces everybody she might be a ghost, so everybody gets together and goes after him, even tying her to a pole.
  • Vomit Discretion Shot: She interrupts a dramatic moment by getting carsick and puking on the driver.

     Lion (リオン; Rion
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Voiced by: Hiromi Igarashi

A snarky girl in a yellow coat.


  • Creepy Child: The youngest in the group, she also easily brings up topics like cannibalism and murder.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: She and Nanko band together as the only ones not participating in the Masaki witch hunt. They later team up with Maimai while figuring out the secrets of the village. In the final episode, the three of them share a Group Hug.
  • The Gadfly: Claims that she can see dead people, for seemingly no reason other than to rile people up. She later adds a "Just Joking" Justification, although it does seem as if she can actually see when people are going to die.
  • In the Hood: With cat ears on it.
  • I Choose to Stay: She decides to stay in Nanaki in the end.
  • I See Dead People: Played with. She makes this claim after announcing that Mitsumune is a ghost. She later confesses that she was lying, but goes onto mutter that she can actually see people who are about to die. It's later revealed that She really can see if someone is likely to die soon, though not necessarily whether their death is absolutely certain. Her mother sets her up as a sort of priestess, and uses her predictions to convince the family of people on death's door to buy expensive "charms" the mother made.
  • Little Miss Snarker: She doesn't speak often, but when she does, she's usually this.
  • Only Sane Woman: Creepy Child tendencies aside, she's one of the more rational members of the group. On at least one occasion, she has taken steps to diffuse a situation where the rest of the cast was arguing meaninglessly. Later she's one of the few characters to not participate in the witch hunt on Masaki.
  • Token Mini-Moe: The youngest and shortest of the tour group.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: She's shown to be more rational and level-headed characters, especially when compared to the adults.

     Koharun (こはるん) 
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Voiced by: Kaoru Sakura

The woman responsible for tracking down the location of Nanaki village. She's an expert in folklore and mythology.


  • Big Bad Friend: She is the one who created the whole trip, knowing what would happen.
  • Daddy's Girl: Very close to with her father, even following him into the same profession.
  • The Heavy: She was the one suggest the trip, despite knowing what would happen. Her words were also what pushed Hayato's Nanaki to become so strong.
  • I Choose to Stay: She leads the group that stays back in Nanaki.
  • Ironic Nursery Tune: Nanaki village's iconic nursery rhyme is supremely creepy. The other characters don't appreciate her habit of randomly singing it without warning.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: She is Kami-sama's daughter.
  • The Mole: Everyone initially suspects her of this as she knows a lot about the village. This goes away as people start to suspect Masaki instead. However, those who suspected her turned out to be correct.
  • Scape Goat: She tells Valkana that Masaki ended up becoming this for her.
  • Ship Tease: With Valkana. Dahara is not amused by this.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Did everything to help her father.

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     Valkana (ヴァルカナ; Varukana
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Voiced by: Tatsuhisa Suzuki

A man with a short temper. He's quick to take leadership roles, and tries to keep the rest of the group in check.


  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Frequently seen shouting at the rest of the group.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite insisting otherwise, he does want to protect the people around him.
  • Moral Dissonance: When Mitsumune lashes out to stop one of the characters from attacking Masaki with a knife, Valkana's response is to tackle Mitsumune and pin him down. Note that this is just after he himself tried to stop Speedstar from stabbing Masaki.
  • Scape Goat: Was used as one by the company he was working with.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Threatens this to Koharun, but doesn't actually go through with it.

Supporting Characters

     Dahara (ダーハラ) 
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Voiced by: Shinya Takahashi

The organizer of the tour. He tries to keep an upbeat attitude among the group with varied success.


  • Crazy Jealous Guy: Downplayed. While he doesn't seem happy that Koharun and Valkana are getting closer, he doesn't try to interfere either.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: Probably one for Koharun.
  • I Choose to Stay: Subverted. He says he wants to stay and help Koharun take care of people, but once someone points out how he talked shit about her behind her back, he decides to "fulfill his duties as a guide" and take people home.

     Dozaemon 
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Voiced by: Tarusuke Shingaki

A large guy who who wanted to escape the humdrum of his everyday life.


  • Big Eater: He's almost always seen eating or talking about food.
  • Flat Character: Gets absolutely no development beyond the fact that he eats a lot.
  • Inappropriate Hunger: "I like eating, but I wouldn't want to be the one being eaten." After the cast find themselves menaced by an unknown monster.
  • The Load: He's lazy and complains about having to help out.
  • NEET: According to his official description.
  • Obsessed with Food: Most of his lines center around his love for food.

     Driver 
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Voiced by: Satoshi Mikami

The bus driver who was hired to bring the cast to Nakimura village. He considers the characters selfish for trying to abandon their past.


  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Since he doesn't use a screen name, the rest of the cast simply refer to him as 'the bus driver'.
  • Grumpy Old Man
  • Not So Above It All: He initially wanted to leave as soon as everyone was dropped off in the village. He later reconsiders and joins everyone in the village.
  • Only Sane Man: Subverted. At first he appears to be this when he calls everyone out for running away from their problems in the first episode, but moments afterword it turns out that he has as much emotional baggage as everyone else on trip.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: It's revealed that he had a young daughter who died ten years ago.
  • Taking You with Me: During the drive to the village, he gets worked up and threatens to crash the bus.

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     Hyouketsu no Judgness (氷結のジャッジネス; Hyōketsu no Judgeness
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Voiced by: Atsushi Abe

A theatrical man with a superiority complex.


  • Asshole Victim: After how rude he was to Jack and everyone else, it's a little hard to feel sorry about what happened to him.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Basically a textbook chuunibyou.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: When the group tries to escape the village, he get freaked out and runs off a cliff. We next see him wielding a bow and arrow with some competence as he attacks Koharun and Valkana. Subverted, as he ends up missing all shots before trying to run away like a coward.
  • Dirty Coward: He talks big, but in dangerous situations, he's the first to cower and run away.
  • Eyepatch of Power: He probably attempts to invoke this trope, although considering what a Dirty Coward he is, he most likely failed.
  • Jerkass
  • I Choose to Stay: Stays in Nanaki during the finale.
  • Large Ham: Is known for spouting lines like "My star of destiny is starting to throb with rage."
  • Never Found the Body: We're lead to believe that he ran off a cliff and died, but the characters aren't given a chance to search for him. Turns out, he's alive.
  • Trauma Conga Line: He's introduced as an unlikable jerkass who after being attacked by Jack, takes fright and runs off from the rest of the group, disappearing for several episodes. He returns in episode 10 and spends nearly every moment after that terrified out of his mind as other characters beat him up, physically and emotionally. At one point he briefly regains his pompous attitude, only to be punched in the face immediately afterwards and once again reduced to a sniveling wreck.
  • Wardrobe Wound: The first thing he does after nearly dying is complain about how expensive his damaged jacket was.
  • Younger Than He Looks: He's actually 15. Though you wouldn't be able to tell just by looking at him.

     Jack (ジャック) 
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Voiced by: Kosuke Miyoshi

A quiet boy with a unpredictable temper.


  • All of the Other Reindeer: According to Maimai, he was probably the victim of extreme bullying.
  • Ax-Crazy: When he's pushed too far.
  • Axes at School: A year before the start of the anime, he was sent to juvie for stabbing one of his classmates.
  • Beware the Quiet Ones: Outside of introducing himself, his only spoken lines for a long time were when he attacked the bus driver in the first episode.
  • Bullying the Dragon: One could argue that after what happened with the bus driver, Hyokutsu should have known better than to provoke him.
  • Forgotten First Meeting: It's not clear whether or not he forgot her, but he and Maimai went to school together.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Most people would agree that attempting murder over being called a copycat is going a little too far.
  • Hit Me, Dammit!: After hearing that Judgeness failed his mission, Jack punches him in the face and then promptly requests that Judgeness do the same, since Jack also failed his mission.
  • I Choose to Stay: Decides to not go back to his boring life and stay in Nanaki.
  • Tranquil Fury: When attacking the bus driver, and especially when he tries to kill Hyokutsu.

     Jigoku no Gouka (地獄の業火; Jigoku no Gōka
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Voiced by: Shun Horie

A military buff who claims the world is all about survival.


  • Cheaters Never Prosper: We don't see much of what happens after he has silicone injected into his head to pass the military's height requirement, but it clearly didn't end well for him.
  • Crazy Survivalist: Only about as crazy as the rest of the group, but very focused on survival situations.
  • Height Angst: Was just barely too short to join the military.
  • Knife Nut: In contrast to Nyanta, he seems to prefer bladed weapons.
  • Politically Incorrect Hero: In the second episode, he claims women are useless in survival situations, only dragging the group down and causing dissent. Oddly, this is the only time he expresses that opinion, and he has no problem working with Nyanta, or even Lovepon.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: A very lethargic version when decides to leave Nanaki because living in survival mode all the time is too tiring.
  • The Social Darwinist: Introduces himself as one, but isn't as hostile as most examples.
  • Those Two Guys: Usually seen with Nyanta.

     Lovepon (らぶぽん; Rabupon
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Voiced by: Ai Kakuma

An unstable girl fascinated with torture and executions. She claims she joined the tour to protect her identity.


  • Ambiguous Disorder: Her flashbacks imply that she was fixed on executions ever since she was a little kid, but could have turned out okay if she weren't put through such an abusive situation.
  • Ax-Crazy: At the very least. She's always demanding suspicious or "evil" people to be executed (and gets violent if she does not get what she wants), shows delight in torture and executions, often shows disturbing expressions and tries to kill other characters herself multiple instances through the series. It's clear she's not in her right mind.
  • Big-Bad Ensemble: Although she's not the main antagonist, still represents a major obstacle.
  • Black and White Insanity: Her reaction, to people that she considered criminals.
  • Cute and Psycho: Her defining trait. She's always the first in the group to advocate murder and torture as punishments.
  • Devil in Plain Sight: She is a dangerous psychopath obsessed with executions, nobody cares.
  • Disappeared Dad: The reason Lovepon had to deal with the horrible monk was because her father left with a huge debt over her and her mother's head.
  • Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon: She's a beautiful girl... who is also obsessed with executing people in gruesome ways.
  • Karma Houdini: By the end of the story, she suffers no repercussions for her misdeeds.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: At first the other characters laugh off her demands for torture and executions, but as the story progresses she becomes much more threatening and starts trying to act on her suggestions, first attempting murder, and then assisting with a kidnapping.
  • Vomit Discretion Shot: When she pukes all over Dozaemon's back.
  • Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness: She has golden eyes and is the most insane and deranged character of the series. She's noticeably the only character of the series (other than Lion, who has purple eyes) to feature an unnatural eye color.

     Maimai (マイマイ) 
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Voiced by: Ayaka Shimizu

A young woman who joined the tour due to drama in her interpersonal life. She later takes an interest in Mitsumune.


  • Adaptational Curves: In the anime, her breasts are of average size. In the manga, however, her chest is much more generous. Compare her profile image with this.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: She reveals that she joined the tour when she and her friend both liked the same boy but made a promise that it wouldn't ruin their friendship. When she started dating said boy, her friend stopped talking to her and got the rest of her friends to do the same with her boyfriend eventually joining their side.
  • Forgotten First Meeting: Partway into the trip, she realizes that she went to the same school as Jack.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite her abrasive attitude, she has moments of genuine concern for other characters.
  • Tights Under Shorts: Her first outfit.
  • Tsundere: She vehemently denies having any affection for Mitsumune, claiming to only be toying with him.

     Mikage Yura (美影 ユラ; Yoshikage Yura
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Voiced by: Yoshiaki Hasegawa

An elite who claims to have joined the tour because treading the beaten path was unappealing to him.


  • Break the Haughty: His real reason for joining the tour. He willingly took on a project that his company was nervous over and gloated that it was guaranteed to succeed. When he made a minor mistake and caused the project to fail, he was made a laughing stock for his arrogance.
    • His whole role in the story seems to be this. He starts as a confident and serious person who tries to guide the rest of the group, but, after having all his plans failing, and, especially, after finding his Nanaki (that reminds him of his biggest failure) and after the group refuses to obey him (after they are affected by the apathy curse of Nanaki), he goes off the deep end and loses both his pride and sanity, becoming no better than the likes of Lovepon.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: He's cold and unsympathetic, and, towards the end of the series, tries to kill Masaki after going partially insane.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: Despite being the most paranoid member of the group, seems to trust in Lovepon.
  • Jerkass: He looks down on everyone and if they disagree with them, they're idiots.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: The ideas he proposes are usually quite logical, especially given the information available to the group.
  • Karma Houdini: Just like Lovepon, he suffers no punishment after his actions through the series, and leaves Nanaki more or less unscathed.
  • The Leader: He tries to present himself as Good Is Not Nice and a Pragmatic Hero, but mostly just succeeds at getting other characters to call him out on being a Jerkass.
  • Sanity Slippage: By the last episodes of the series, after confronting his Nanaki, failing to make Masaki confess what is happening in the village, and losing the control he thought he had over the group, his frustration with everything makes him become deranged and tries to torture, then kill, Masaki along with Lovepon. He, however, seems to get better after Reiji reveals the true nature of Nanaki.

     Manbe & Piitan 
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Manbe voiced by: Junji Majima, Piitan voiced by: Lynn

A pair of lovers who ran away because their parents disapproved of their relationship.


     Nanko 
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Voiced by: Konomi Tada

A young woman claiming to be a private investigator.


  • Amateur Sleuth: She introduces herself as a detective, and generally takes the "mystery solving" role in the group. However, her listed age is 19, so she's probably one of these.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: Downplayed but she's noticeably thicker then the other female cast members. Doesn't make her any less attractive for it.
  • The Big Guy: She's very strong, as she was able to pull out the potatoes from the ground quite efficiently. She's also one of the bigger characters, weight-wise.
  • But Now I Must Go: She choose to leave Nanaki in the end.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Downplayed But she as a tendency to space out a bit. But is otherwise quite grounded in reality.
  • Expy: Possibly of Sherlock Holmes a being Stoic detective. Though more likely she's one to Nancy Drew.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: She and Lion remain the sane ones while everybody is busy witch hunting Masaki and fighting, and they later get together with Maimai to figure out the secrets of the village.
  • Genius Bruiser: She's both very strong and the one who puts everything together about whats going on.
  • Hero of Another Story: We know vey little about her yet she's the one driving a third of the plot.
  • Mysterious Past: Unfortunately we never learn any thing about her past.
  • Nice Girl: A bit more subtle, but she's nothing but helpful and never has any noticeable Jerkass moments.
  • Only Sane Woman: Due to this, she doesn't goes crazy like the other characters in the village.
  • The Smart Guy: She is the one figuring everything about the village out while everybody is freaking out and pointing fingers. By episode 9, she figures out how the village works, and how to get out of there.
  • The Stoic: She is one of the most calm and rational characters.
  • Thinking Tic: Scratching her sides.
  • True Companions: Becomes this with Lion and Maimai. Their friendship is one of, if not the closest to be formed during the trip. In the last episode, they even share a Group Hug.

     Narna 
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Voiced by: Sayaka Nakaya

A young woman who used to live in Tokyo. She tends to carry sweets around with her.


     Nettaiya 
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Voiced by: Sakura Nakamura

A woman who joined the tour to escape a stalker.


     Nyanta (ニャンタ) 
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Voiced by: Eri Inagawa

A cheerful and energetic gun lover.


     Puuko 
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Voiced by: Shiori Sugiura

A girl who joined the tour in search of romance. She seems to be friends with Maimai.


     Soy Latte (ソイラテ; Soirate
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Voiced by: Lynn

A woman trying to make a fresh start.


  • Hospital Hottie: According to her official bio, she used to work as a nurse.
  • I Choose to Stay: Stays in Nanaki to help those who already have gone lethargic.
  • Nice Girl: Thus far, her main character trait has been being one of the nicer cast members.
  • No-Sell: For some reason, her and Yamauchi are unaffected by the apathy syndrome.
  • Ship Tease: She's frequently shown blushing or smiling at Dozaemon.
    • After it, later, she's shown blushing at Pink Goddess instead.

     Toriyasu 
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Voiced by: Tarusuke Shingaki

The former owner of a yakitori stand. He joined the tour to escape his debt.


  • I Choose to Stay: Decides to stay in Nanaki, justified as he is actually in some sort of non specified danger with some dangerous people after him, so he really needs to run away.
  • Nice Hat
  • Real Men Cook: He's the only male to join the women in cooking.
  • Shirtless Scene: After his group is caught in the rain, he removes his shirt to dry off, and doesn't put it back on for the remainder of the scene.
  • Those Two Guys: Is often seen together with Pink Goddess

     Toshiboy 
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Voiced by: Shinya Takahashi

A relaxed young man who says he doesn't feel like he ever got a chance to be himself.


  • Eyes Always Shut: While he opens them more frequently than most other examples, it's still quite noticeable.
  • Stay in the Kitchen: During the hunt of Masaki, he expresses that "women hold you back in things like this", implying he might approve of this trope. When Yuuna calls him on it he merely replies that he didn't mean it in that way.

     Wankoro 
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Voiced by: Kouhei Amasaki

A young man with poor health. He joined the tour because he wanted to do something interesting with the rest of his life.


  • Demoted to Extra: He eventually stops getting lines, and even appearances despite still being in the town. If he didn't get a line in the finale, one would have thought he died offscreen or something.
  • Ill Boy
  • The Load: Due to his illness, his ability to help out is limited.

     Yamauchi (山内) 
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Voiced by: Kazuki Narumi

A young man who was taking care of his parents until recently. He claims to be in search of a carefree life.


  • Empty Shell: What he says he became once he was no longer responsible for his parents.
  • Gender-Blender Name: He initially introduces himself with his screen name, "Pink Goddess".
  • Only Sane Man: He is always calm and collected, even in extreme situations, such as during the Witch Hunt of Masaki.
  • Nice Guy: Generally found helping out and trying to be the voice of reason.
  • No-Sell: For some reason, him and Soy Latte are unaffected by the apathy syndrome.
  • The Stoic: He doesn't make a wide variety of facial expressions.
  • Those Two Guys: Often seen together with Toriyasu

     Yotsun (よっつん) 
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Voiced by: Junji Majima

A man who introduces himself with a rap about how his life is in shambles.


  • Ambiguously Brown
  • Asshole Victim: He went missing while trying to take advantage of Masaki.
  • I Choose to Stay: Stays with Kami-sama in the end of the anime.
  • Jerkass: In addition to what happened with Masaki, he was one of the strongest advocates for abandoning the bus driver and spent most of his time trash-taking the other characters.
  • Nice Hat
  • Small Name, Big Ego: He apparently wanted to make it big as a rapper. His parents were pushing him to play classical music, but he sucked at it.

     Yuuna 
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Voiced by: Kaede Yuasa

A woman who experienced sexual harassment in her workplace. She dreams of creating a world where women can live truly meaningful lives.


  • Hypocrite: Despite claiming to want equality, she's quick to demand that the men protect "the weaker sex".
  • One Steve Limit: One of the three Yuunas on the tour, she gets to keep the name while the other two get nicknames.
  • Straw Feminist: Her general attitude and the reason she gives for joining the tour imply she might be this.

     Yuuno 
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Voiced by: Sayaka Senbongi

A young woman who used to work as a part time cleaner. She was given the name Yunno to avoid confusion.


     Yuune 
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Voiced by: Konomi Tada

A girl who happened to share her screen name with two other people on the tour. She was renamed Yuune.


  • Bit Character
  • Hair Decs
  • Lethal Chef: While we're given every indication that the food turned out fine, she doesn't seem as comfortable in the kitchen as the rest of the characters on cooking duty.
  • One Steve Limit: Because she's one of three Yuunas on the tour, she gets the nickname "Yuune".

Spoiler Characters

     Tokimune 
Mitsumune's dead twin brother.
  • Polar Opposite Twins: Mitsumune was always quiet and obedient, whereas Tokimune was loud and rambunctious. Tokimune was also very masculine, while Mitsumune was less so.
  • Infant Immortality: Subverted. He died when he and Mitsumune were still in preschool.
  • Twin Switch: Mitsumune was forced to become him in order to calm down his grief-stricken mother.

     Reiji 
Voiced by: Ryota Ohsaka
Masaki's cousin, who disappeared prior to the series.

     Kami-sama 
Voiced by: Nobuo Tobita
A psychology researcher who'd studied the village after encountering a variety of people with past traumas who mention having been there. When he was ridiculed and humiliated for his theories he went looking for them himself. He encountered his own "Nanaki", a manifestation of his colleagues' betrayal and persecution, but rather than face and overcome it he wound up indifferent due to having found proof. This resulted in him leaving the village with that part of him completely abandoned, and the loss of a part of his being caused him to age at an extremely rapid pace.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: He is Koharun's father and the reason she came to Nanaki.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: He never intended to start for Koharun bring people to the village in an attempt to cure him. He just wanted to learn the truth behind Nanaki village.
  • Younger Than He Looks: He looks really old, but he's not even 50. The dissapearance of his Nanaki in the village caused him to age rapidly.

Alternative Title(s): Mayoiga

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