Nichijou Mio Homework Sheets

One of these things is not like the others...

"I once overheard Sasahara-senpai talking to someone...our everyday lives may, in fact, be a series of miracles. They just may be... no, I believe they must be..."

Mio Naganohara

Nichijou (or My Ordinary Life) is a Japanese comedy manga by Keiichi Arawi. The manga began serialization in the December 2006 issue of Kadokawa Shoten's manga magazine Shōnen Ace and ran to 2015, with 10 volumes to its name. An anime adaptation by Kyoto Animation premiered on Japanese television in April 2011, though it ended after one season due to bad ratings, the result of its rather poor choice of a premiere dateIt aired on the heels of the 2011 Touhou Earthquake & Tsunami and faced stiff competition from Puella Magi Madoka Magica and overpriced DVD sets. The series was directed by Tatsuya Ishihara, with Jukki Hanada serving as series composer, Futoshi Nishiya serving as character designer, and Taichi Ishidate serving as co-director.It is a Sketch Comedy series about a group of ordinary High School students and their teachers. Except for the robot girl with a wind-up key in her back. Or the girl who keeps bringing guns to school that she procures from nowhere. Or the Principal who has a penchant for wrestling deer. Or the Science Teacher who occasionally poisons her students (and herself)...The manga was released in English by Vertical in 2016. The anime was once available to legally watch online in US and Canada at Crunchyroll, but the license expired at the end of August 2014. Funimation announced the license of the anime in November 2016, and released it sub-only on February 7, 2017.Not to be confused withDanshi Koukousei no Nichijou.

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  • Accidental Truth: Yuuko had no idea it actually wasNano's birthday.
  • Acme Products: Provided by the Daiku Conglomerate.
  • Agony of the Feet: Right in the first episode, Nano stubbed her toe in a doorway. Fortunately for her, her foot just comes off. As does her big toe: It's instantly launched like a rocket when one spins the screw on her back.
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Weboshi likes Nakanojou because she thinks he's a delinquent due to his mohawk. This is hilariously inaccurate, and his mohawk is entirely involuntary.
  • All Just a Dream: Chapter 92 of the manga. When Mai started acting completely out of character, Mio realized something was very wrong.
  • Amusing Injuries/Slapstick Knows No Gender: Yuuko ends up on the receiving end of most of the slapstick gags in this series, especially when she decides to get competitive.
    • It knows no species either seeing all the times Sakamoto gets hurt.
  • Anti-Humor: Sketches frequently end with random nonsense, or even with no punchline altogether.
  • Arm Cannon: Nano has one hidden in her right arm. It's loaded with beans, so that the Professor isn't harmed when she fires at her.
  • Art Evolution: The art in the manga gets much better as it goes on. It becomes much smoother, and some aspects such as Cheeky Mouth start to vanish gradually. This is somewhat reflected in the anime.
  • Art Shift:
    • During a chase scene in Episode 2, as well as a quick shift to the ED style at the beginning of the episode.
    • Actually all over the place, mostly during the Mundane Made Awesome sequences.
    • Extremely prevalent in Episode 19's Helvetica Standard.
  • Artifact of Doom: Mio's wood cubes and Mi-chan's 'mud pie' (as revealed in Episode 21).
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: The Professor. Then again, she IS a little kid.
    • Also, Sakamoto, when his cat nature takes over and he gets distracted playing with something.
    • Mai's dog, Oguri, in Episode 15.
  • Awesome Animation: Drop-dead gorgeous, even by Kyoto Animation's high standards. The backgrounds are very highly detailed, seeing real-time perspective shifts in a 2D plane is not uncommon (although some Conspicuous CG is used where it would be otherwise too difficult and expensive to animate by hand, see below), and the frames-per-second rate is remarkably high for this sort of anime.
  • Baby Talk: The Professor regresses to this from time to time, befitting her age.
  • Badass Adorable: Mio, of course. Misato also counts to a smaller extent.
  • Battle Aura: Often particularly Mio.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Mio:
      • Hearing the compliment that Yuuko's drawing is cool compared to her own.
      • Whenever someone messes with her food.
      • Or if anyone sees her Yaoi manga drawings.
      • While she is a generally nice person, she seems to have a Berserk Keyboard with all the things that make her mad.
    • Mio hits several of Yuuko's during their argument in Episode 14, signified by a switch being flipped on.
    • Do not insinuate that robots are not cute in the Professor's presence.
    • Nano frequently gets highly upset whenever the Professor installs some useless new feature in her. Later on, the Professor installs a plastic pellet machine gun in one of her arms. This turns out to be a mistake.
    • Sasahara's very existence is this for Misato. To the point that you can consider yourself lucky if you manage to talk to her about him without getting hit in return. And don't even think about suggesting she should admit her feeling towards him. Not even blood relations will save you from her bazooka if you do.
  • Bifauxnen: Ms. Nakamura is easily mistaken for a guy before you hear her voice. Even some of the subbers are fooled, making it even less obvious to the viewer.
  • Big Red Button: A fire alarm Button. Mio is tempted to push it.
  • Big Sister Bully: Mio's older sister. She loves pranking just about everyone (even Nano, when she runs into her and accidentally detaches her arm), but her sister is her favorite target.
  • Big "WHAT?!":
    • The NASA people in Episode 10.
    • Annaka is very prone to this; "Eeeehhh?!" is practically her Catch Phrase, and became her Image Song. She even has a sort of "Big What tennis match" with Takasaki-sensei in Episode 15.
    • She has another one with him in Episode 17. Almost the exact same set up and punchline too.
    • And of course there is the occasional "DO YU KOTO?" (WHAT IS THIS?)
  • Big Word Shout: SALMON!
  • Blatant Lies: Nano learned her methods from the Professor.
  • Blood from the Mouth: When the principal tries to catch a deer that wanders onto the grounds. The deer headbutts him.
  • Bloodless Carnage:
    • Nano, justifiedly - she is a robot after all.
    • Once averted with Sasahara, who bleeds a little after being shot in the head. Most of the time he just turns white from the smoke. Though, considering he was shot in the forehead with a pistol, you'd think there'd be a lot more blood involved
  • Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: Yuuko's preferred brand of humor, usually with Mai. She's not very good at it, and Mai (her preferred partner) is exceptional at being stoic.
  • Book Dumb: Yuuko. Mio has to cheer her up so she won't feel too bad about her low grades (read: 1%).
  • Book Ends: The anime series begins and ends with a section about motivation, complete with a shot of cherry blossoms popping up spontaneously.
  • Book Safe: In one Helvetica Standard skit.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Mi-chan. Also Professor and Misato's little sister.
  • Breathe on the Fan: Yuuko wanted to, but a label prohibits her.
  • Brick Joke: Several.
    • In episode 2, Mai wins at the stair-climbing game by reciting a password from the original Dragon Quest I. Later in the episode, she's actually trying to play Dragon Quest, only to realize she misremembered the password and can't start her game.
    • At the beginning of Episode 8, Nano accidentally activates a Rocket Punch. Her right hand then flies across the sky during Sasahara's segment (causing him to write a haiku about it), and comes back again later to sock Misato in the head.
    • And at the end of the episode we see Misato cooking at home, with a bump from the head injury she got earlier visible. It's also the primary reason why there's no rock-paper-scissors segment that week - that's her rock-paper-scissors hand.
    • Right in the first episode there's the objects that go flying in the explosion at the start and, more significantly, the poor boy who only shows up atop a chimney at the end of the episode when you've forgotten all about him.
      • At the very beginning of the next episode, the boy walks in front of Mio, Yuuko and Mai as they play the stair game, showing he did, in fact, get down. Somehow...
    • In Episode 22, Misato's little sister tries to hit Mio's big sister with a shinai, only to accidentally hit the assistant kendo instructor (who just happened to appear at the right moment), knocking him off of the bicycle he was riding. Later, when Fecchan tries to make the best of having dropped her ice cream by claiming that she can still eat it after cleaning it off, the bike (and the instructor) come by and ruin what was left of her ice cream. In Episode 25, while Ms. Nakamura is walking down the street, the bike is incredibly, still continuing its path without the rider.
      • However, the manga chapters these two skits were based on were consecutive; still, to bother animating the bike at all...
    • A dorayaki Tanaka pulls out of his afro for Sakurai-sensei resurfaces in an appropriate 'Short Thoughts' segment later on.
    • In Chapter 125, Nakamura-sensei loses control of a robot named Peace-kun, which tackles her and sends her flying through the sky. Two chapters later, both of them suddenly crash down into the principal, who was struggling to carry a frustrated Mio to the hospital in a wooden cart.
  • Bring My Brown Pants: The Professor suffers a late night Potty Emergency, and would've held out if not for a particularly fierce bolt of lightning.
  • Butt-Monkey:
    • Nano, mostly due to the Professor's rather childlike inventions placed throughout her body.
    • Yuuko, whether she accidentally sets Mio off, falls for one of Mai's pranks, gets competitive, annoys her mom, or just witnesses something weird, the universe doesn't like her. In fact, Episode 23 of the anime gives us a small montage of the universe being mean to Yuuko.
    • Mio can qualify as well, since she has to deal with Yuuko, often unknowingly, pressing her Berserk Button, her own Covert Pervert tendencies landing her in a position that's far from ideal, and her Gadfly of an older sister.
    • Sakamoto. Looks like his fate is to be the pet of a well-meaning but careless Mad Scientist, no matter where he goes.
    • It turns out that almost anyone can can get hit with this. Two big contenders are Nakanojou (in addition to his complex about his hair, bad things continually happen to him) and Annaka (what with the universe almost seeming to hate her as much as Yuuko in terms of the weird stuff that gets thrown at her).
  • Calvin Ball: 'Go-Soccer', kind of. The guy who wanted to invent it (Daiku, the club president) was never actually able to come up with any rules.
    • Turns out that there are some rules in the game, as Makoto Sakurai demonstrated in Episode 14. Though what they actually are is still a mystery. The Go-Soccer match that occurs between Makoto and one of the teachers does nothing except leave even Sekiguchi with her jaw hanging open.
  • The Cameo:
    • The next episode previews are done by various voice actors, expressing the thoughts of inanimate objects that appeared in the show. Almost all of these voice actors are industry vets with 20-40 years of experience — for example, Norio Wakamoto was a set of hair decs, Aya Hirano as a shogi piece, etc.
    • All the airship segments are filled with cameos of ultra-famous seiyuus doing extremely trivial roles. Hilariously enough, the voice actors of Kirei, Rider and Tokiomi all appear one after the other within the span of 5 minutes during the airship sequence in Episode 21, the first two of whom are killed within minutes of each other.
  • Cannot Tell a Joke:
    • The principal tells old jokes that no one gets.
    • While Yuuko's are just terrible.
  • Cannot Spit It Out:
    • Mio with regard to her crush, Sasahara.
    • Misato appears to have this regarding Sasahara as well, with explosive results.
    • Also, Takasaki-sensei with Sakurai-sensei.
    • Apparently now Sekiguchi with Daiku (the two in the Go-Soccer Club).
  • Cast Herd:
    • While Nano is a student of the high school in the manga, in the anime the segments with her, the Professor, and Sakamoto are kept strictly separate from antics at the school until Episode 14 when Nano finally starts attending.
    • Finally, in Episode 16 Yuuko visits the Shinonome Lab and meets the Professor and Sakamoto. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Caught with Your Pants Down:
    • Nakanojo's mother walking in on him trying to make his hair flat is played as if it were this trope.
    • In the manga, Yukko gets a little too excited playing with the automatic windup on their new vacuum. When her mother walks in, they both react in this way.
  • Cheaters Never Prosper: Yukko copies test answers in chapter 182, when everyone else falls asleep. She copies a different answer from each individual in class, so as not to be exposed by identical papers, but somehow manages to only copy wrong answers earning her a zero score.
  • Cheeky Mouth: Happens to Mai in Episode 10 where she is blowing a bubble that she subsequently eats.
  • Cheerful Child: Professor.
  • Cherry Blossoms: Used to great effect at the start (and end) of the show.
  • Child Prodigy: Despite being only eight years old, the Professor knows enough to build a Ridiculously Human Robot and constantly "upgrade" said robot throughout the story without her noticing.
    • In Episode 6, when she's told she can get out of the bath when she gets to ten, she says "20 log square root 10". Which is 10.
  • Clothing Switch: Episode 16. Yuuko and the Professor switch outfits.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Land: Pretty much. The premise of the show is basically mixing very normal things turned awesome with very weird things turned normal, causing the characters to have a totally inverted perception of what's supposed to be made a big deal.
  • Coincidental Dodge: The final episode contains a scene made of these.
  • Cold Turkeys Are Everywhere: Yuuko swears off doing punchlines the same day Mai cranks her set-ups to eleven.
  • Color Failure: Nearly everyone gets this, sometimes even combined with Blue with Shock.
    • A lesser version whenever the principal tells a joke — the students are faded and have Dull Eyes of Unhappiness.
    • People shot by Misato tend to come out completely white as well, such as her younger sister, and especially Sasahara.
  • Conspicuous CG: Used for a rotating shot of the entire classroom in Episode 6. The switch back to traditional animation is very smooth, however.
    • Also happens during the Dog and Pen Laser scenes regarding the laser fired due to pain. We are given a dramatic circle shot before Yuuko's laser takes out the rest of the planets because she accidentally stabbed herself with a pen.
  • Conspicuously Light Patch: In Episode 3, Sakamoto walks around under an overturned box in the distant background; the box loses its conspicuous light whenever he stops moving.
  • Continuity Nod: The stained glass windows in 1-Q, the main Homeroom. What at first looks like a throwaway gag has consistently been given the nod ever since. Even in the OPENING!
    • Episode 23: Mio and Yuuko sport bandages where Mai's dogs bit them the previous episode.
    • In the manga, you can very often see other characters in the background, living out the story they were featured in in an earlier chapter, or clearly on their way from what they'd done in the last chapter. This most often happens between consecutive chapters (for example: Chapter 78 ends with the crow flying away. In Chapter 79, you can see the crow, still wearing Sakamoto's ribbon, in the background of the first page), but can go much further in length. Chapter 80 features the Vice Principal's daughter and grandson visiting him. In the background of page 6 of Chapter 75, you can see his daughter and grandson; he's even showing his mother the ball of mud he made for his grandfather. They're also on the first page of Chapter 76.
    • Episode 25: When Misato blows out the school's windows and the camera pans out to show it, we can see Yukko chasing Mio briefly... and this is "before" the scene where we see that that was her reaction!
    • The "Today's Heaven Delivery" sheets the angel in Chapter 167 had referenced previous near-death experiences Yuuko & Mio had experienced.
  • Cool Big Sis: Yuuko seems to have earned this with the Professor in Episode 16.
    • After some rough patches at the beginning, Mai's relationship with the Professor becomes this.
  • Cool Bike: Super Bicycle!
  • Cool Plane: Kenzaburou uses a Blackbird to arrive at school.
  • Covert Pervert: Mio. The whole chase in Episode 2 was the result of such a moment. Also, in Episode 5, she stops what she's doing immediately upon hearing that Yuuko was going to attempt to draw a cool guy and ends up getting carried away.
    • She later ends up trying to turn herself in for a crime she didn't commit and bribe a police officer just to keep him from searching her bag and finding her drawings. When that fails, she beats the crap out of him, Yuuko, the "OH GENTLEMAN" guy, and Sasahara's goat.
  • Crash-Into Hello: Subverted. When Nano crashes into a boy from school, it results in an Earth-Shattering Kaboom instead, followed by both parties landing on separate rooftops.
  • Credits Jukebox: The second half of the show has a collection of Real Song Theme Tunes, covered by Sayaka Sasaki and the primary cast.
  • Creepy Cockroach: In one segment, Nano has a cockroach trapped under a bowl, but is too terrified of it to lift the bowl to kill it (or let someone else do so).
  • Curtains Match the Window: The majority of the characters, though there are a few exceptions, such as Professor.
  • Cute Bruiser: Mio.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Both Nano and the Professor instantly fall victim to this once Sakamoto sits on Nano's lap in Episode 3. Also, Mai to the Professor in Episode 23.
  • Death as Comedy: The airship segments.
  • Deconstructive Parody: Nakamura-sensei visits Shinonome Labs. Knowing that Nano-chan is a robot, and that the Professor is extremely intelligent, she behaves terrified, like a normal person would in a (potentially mad) scientist's lair. She even notes that the Professor appears too young to have built Nano.
  • Denied Food as Punishment: Nano frequently threatens the Professor with this, but then either forgets or just simply forgives her for whatever the Professor did to cause said punishment in the first place.
  • Deuteragonist: While the series mostly has an ensemble cast, the first ending and second opening themes treat Yuuko and Nano as this, giving them the most prominent roles within the segments.
  • Disaster Dominoes: When goof-off Yuuko does her homework and her studious friends don't, they trigger this. The high school trio hides out in a nearby shrine during the rain, Yuuko tries to pay a coin to the shrine, Hilarity Ensues, and ends with the entire place destroyed.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Mio performs disabling wrestling moves on anyone who saw or was eating the manga she was drawing in Episode 16, whether it's a cop, Yuuko, or a goat.
  • Do-Anything Robot: Nano, much to her chagrin. She even has a reaction function.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: The build up to this page is Yuuko swearing off jokes, only for Mai to dial her 'boke'ness Up to 11. Yuuko's reaction after letting it all out is...interesting, to say the least. Even more so in the episode this skit's featured in (17).
  • Double Standard: Abuse, Female on Male: Sasahara gets shot repeatedly by Misato, but the damage seems minimal, including head shots.
  • Dreadful Musician: Nano.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Ms. Nakamura is seen looking for Sakamoto in Episode 3 after the Professor and Nano adopt him. The Kendo assistant instructor turns up to offer Mio sage words of advice in Episode 18.
  • Elevator Failure: Happens to Yuuko, Mio, and Mai in Episode 8.
  • Emotionless Girl: Mai acts this way as a vehicle for her pranks.
    • Sekiguchi from the Go-Soccer Club, too.
  • Epic Fail:
    • Jumping rope. Except for Mai everyone who does it gets it wrong in some fashion.
    • Yuuko's losing her shoes in Episode 14. She kicks off one, it lands on a car which promptly drives off. While giving chase, she stumbles and loses the other shoe, which a dog runs away with.
    • Mio and any non-combat sport. She is completely incapable of performing any sport correctly, despite being decently athletic. She manages a high jump completely by accident, and headbutts Yuuko in the process.
    • Nakamura with nearly everything. In particular her attempts to drug Nano, both of which end up with her drinking the drink she drugged. The second time she does it reflexively by sipping off the excess after she pours too much. The second time also occurs after it's confirmed the drug wouldn't even affect Nano.
    • Dolph killing himself by tripping over his own feet and breaking his neck upon impact with the floor.
    • Chapter 182 features everybody except Yuuko falling asleep in class. Yuuko nabs this opportunity to start copying answers off everyone else's worksheets. Yuuko is justGenre Savvy enough to realize that copying from just one worksheet could expose her due to identical answers. So she copies a different answer from each person in class. Such is Yuuko's luck that every individual answer she copies is incorrect.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": No one seems to know what the Professor's given name is.
  • Expy:
    • Mai basically looks like a bespectacledOsaka with a dull expression on her face. Though many have also been relating Nano's look to Osaka.
    • In contrast to Mai being a stoic version of Osaka, Yuuko definitely gives off Tomo vibes with her similar hair style and Tareme Eyes, overzealous earnestness, slacking, and Butt-Monkey status, though most of the time she's a good deal less annoying when hyped up.
      • The Professor is like an over exaggerated version of Chiyo-Chan. A blue-eyed red-head Child Prodigy who relapses into childish behavior when overly happy or upset. Her being paired with the Osaka-resembling Nano only makes this more apparent.
    • Bringing this Up to 11, when Arawi did a tribute comic for Azumanga's 10th anniversary, his way of drawing Osaka was almost literally just Nano in Osaka's uniform.
    • The Professor looks like Becky and her robot Nano looks like Himeko(no relation).
    • Sasahara looks and acts like Keima Katsuragi, all the way down to the collar, to the point of multiple people calling Sasahara "Keima's long-lost brother". He also reminds many people of Miles Edgeworth, with his collar and classy attitude.
  • Extreme Omni-Goat: Kojirou (Sasahara's goat) is shown eating a piece of paper.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Makoto Sakurai.
  • Eye Scream: Here's a useful tip: Never tease an extremely violent Tsundere when she's got two sticks of Pocky.
  • Face Fault

Mio Naganohara is a bright and cheerful girl sporting light blue hair and pigtails held by two small wooden cubes. She has a crush on Koujirou Sasahara. She is more 'normal' in contrast to her friends Yuuko Aioi and Mai Minakami. However, in truth she has a very short temper, and is often prone to tantrums. In Chapter 92, it is revealed that she is 16 years old.


Mio Naganohara sports azure-blue hair tied into pigtails with two wooden cube hairclips. She has round sapphire-blue eyes, a rounded face shape, and noticeably lacks a nose, just like all the Nichijou characters. She is a little shorter than Yuuko Aioi. When at home, going to bed, or just waking up are usually the only times she is seen without her cubes.

When she was younger, Mio attempted to grow her hair out longer. However, this was sabotaged when a bubblegum bubble she was blowing exploded in her face and caught onto her hair, forcing her to get a haircut. Shortly afterwards she started using wooden cube hairclips given to her by her sister Yoshino.


Mio is smart and excels in academics. She is also a talented manga artist who will occasionally draw ecchi yaoi in her notebooks, including dubious pictures of her crush, Koujirou Sasahara. She is very sensitive about these drawings, because she thinks that her life will be ruined and people wouldn't look at her the same way if they find out about them. (Her friends eventually do find out, but don't care.) Mio is easily angered when her sister or Yuuko does something really weird. In the Nichijou Prototype she was originally going to be a member of the drama club alongside Ukai Mami and Sasahara.


Warning: The following Section contains spoilers.


Mio is extremely skilled at drawing manga and has even spoken to manga publishers, who are interested in her work. She is able to create high quality material very quickly, although her characters and stories are often similar.

Wooden Blocks

The wooden blocks in Mio's hair were show to be bought for 300 yen in a flashback in Part 97. However, Yuuko has created stories predicting how Mio obtained the wooden blocks in the Fey Kingdom, where the wooden blocks are keys to unlocking a sacred weapon, allowing one to become the king of the Fey Kingdom. In these stories, Mio is shown to know how to use the power of the sacred weapon, blowing people away by flicking her fingers and opening holes in steel walls.

Super Strength

Mio is shown (usually comically) using immense amounts of power, taking out grown men in single hits. This strength is usually shown when she is trying to prevent her drawing habits from being discovered. Her legs are also very powerful, as shown when she accidentally launches herself into Yuuko while practicing the high jump.

Super Speed/Coordination/Endurance

In episode 25, Mio jumps through a window at the School and runs through the town. She runs down the railroad and is able to avoid oncoming trains from both directions by sidling between them, all while maintaining speed. She eventually reaches the river and swims through it, saving a drowning child. Mio accomplishes all of this in the span of a few minutes.


Mio throws a corkscrew punch on several occasions and in episode 25 she is scouted by a former boxer after performing some shadow boxing.

Harsh Language

Mio is very easily angered and usually throws tantrums when she loses her temper. In one scene, Mio is shown quarreling with Yuuko, and she repeatedly insulted her (Yuuko).


  • Mio is often seen reading the newspaper.
  • Despite being smart and athletic, Mio is unable to keep up in sports whenever rules (even extremely simple ones) are involved. Whether or not this applies to boxing as well has yet to be seen.
  • Mio is very passionate about art and gets upset at Yuuko's attempts at drawing. In episode 5 she loses control when Sakurai-sensei is impressed with Yuuko's terrible drawing and goes on an art rampage, almost exposing her secret after drawing a shirtless man.


Yuuko Aioi

Yuuko is considered to be Mio's closest friend. She is usually friendly towards Mio but most of the time she is often the source of Mio's rage. Yuuko almost always forgets to do her home work and copies Mio's. They sometimes fight like close friends do, but it always brings them closer.

Mai Minakami

Mai is in Mio's circle of friends but they don't seem to converse very often, and when they do, it's usually Mio yelling at Mai about one of her pranks.

Koujirou Sasahara

Sasahara is the target of Mio's love and is often the base for characters in her manga. Her crush didn't start when she entered high school, but earlier through common membership in a kendo dojo. Despite her feelings for Sasahara being introduced as one of her defining attributes, she is rarely shown interacting with him.

Yoshino Naganohara

Mio's older sister, the bane of her existence. Mio's flashback reveals that they used to be very close. Mio even joined Yoshino's dojo, where she met Sasahara. Mio's current indifference towards Yoshino is understandable since Yoshino rampantly pranks her, regardless of how minor or serious the situation may be to Mio.


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