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|Age||20's to early 30's|
|Favorite Food||Udon, Possibly Yakisoba|
|Debut||Washio Sumi is a Hero|
|Japanese Voice||Sato Rina|
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Aki-sensei is a tall and well-endowed woman. She has glasses, green-brown hair that she often ties back in a side ponytail, and lets some bangs hand over her eyes. As a teacher, she wore a green shirt with a dark green bow and a forest green skirt. She had gray leggings and black kitten heels.
When she became a Taisha priestess, she wore the de facto clothing, but unlike others continued to hang her bangs over her forehead like she always did so she could distinguish herself. She did not wear glasses during this time.
After the perishing of the Shinju, she lost an eye due to it being the starting point of her transformation into a sacred wheat.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Aki-sensei is strict and stern with her students but is not disliked. She does have a talent for scaring some students into submission. Underneath, Aki-sensei is kind and willing to help.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- She does not like green peppers.
- Due to her last name, it is possible she is a descendant of Aki Masuzu, a character in Nogi Wakaba is a Hero.
- In the original novel, her name was never mentioned-she was referred to as simply the girls' teacher.
- She was never shown in the novels either, aside from a quick glance at the side of her during Gin's introduction art.
- She was revealed to be the priestess teaching the Sentinels in Chapter 6 of Kusunoki Mebuki is a Hero.
- Aki-sensei was the priestess who begged Tougou to be the sacrifice in the Fire Offering Festival and was the same on Sonoko Nogi addressed when researching the issue of Tougou's disappearance.
- For her own amusement, Sonoko would often make Aki-sensei eat bowls of green peppers during her enshrinement as a god.
Interview[edit | edit source]
Question: The teacher in charge of the Heroes was a nameless character in the novels, but in the adaptation she was given the family name "Aki" and her appearances increased. Please tell use the reason for that.
Takahiro: Actually, she had a surprisingly high number of lines in the novel already. It would be weird for her not to show up in the adaptation.
Uezu: Still, this being essentially a story about those three girls, we carefully considered whether we should allow for an outside character like her. Once we decided that she should appear, it was also necessary to give her a name. The meaning of this will become clearer as the story progresses. That's another thing to look forward to.