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Mitsuyo Fujioka
Mitsuyo
Kanji 藤岡 光代
Romaji Fujioka Mitsuyo
Personal Information
Born Around 1968
Age 30s
Gender Female
Height 161 cm
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Occupation Unknown
Family Amane (Mother)
Yukiyo Misaki (Younger twin Sister)
Unborn Niece †
Misaki Fujioka (Daughter) †
Mei Misaki (Daughter)
Status Alive
First appearance
Manga Chapter 17
Anime Episode 10 (mentioned)

Mitsuyo Fujioka (藤岡 光代, Fujioka Mitsuyo) is the daughter of Amane, the twin sister of Yukiyo Misaki and the mother of Mei Misaki and Misaki Fujioka.

Background[]

Before the start of the series, around thirty years ago, Mitsuyo was born with her younger twin sister named Yukiyo (or Kirika). They both got married and soon Mitsuyo was pregnant with twins. Those twins are revealed to be Mei and Misaki. Yukiyo also became pregnant, but she lost the little girl, leaving her devastated. At that time, the Fujioka family was experiencing financial difficulties. Because of this and the fact that Yukiyo was still trying to cope with the loss, Mei was given to her. After this, Misaki needed a kidney transplant. The giver was Mitsuyo herself. This information is never revealed in the anime.

Appearance[]

In the manga, Mitsuyo has long straight black hair and black eyes. She looks like Yukiyo.

Personality[]

Misaki said in the OVA that Mitsuyo still hopes Mei can forgive her. Also, she thinks of Mei as her daughter and wants to see her. Mitsuyo knows it was wrong to send Mei away. Misaki also said that she's still suffering. From what Misaki said, Mitsuyo seems to be a kind-hearted, gentle and, protective mother.

Plot[]

In the anime, Kouichi Sakakibara and Mei talked about Mei's mother, but her name wasn't revealed until the OVA when she is mentioned by Misaki.

Trivia[]

  • The name Mitsuyo means "light" (光) (mitsu) and "generation" (代) (yo), which literally means "generation of light".
  • Mitsuyo's surname Fujioka means "wisteria" (藤) (fuji) and "ridge, hill" (岡) (oka).
  • In the anime, Mitsuyo is never mentioned, except for the OVA.
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