|School||Salt Middle School|
|Voice Actor||Ryan Bartley|
|Manga Debut||Chapter 2|
|Anime Debut||Episode 1|
Tsubomi has large round eyes and hair parted off-centre. She is often seen surrounded by friends.
All we know about Tsubomi's personality is from what Mob says about her and her few scenes.
It is implied that there is far more to her personality than is revealed. She says, "that wasn't so bad" in reference to Mob's interactions with Emi, the implications of which are unknown as of yet.
Tsubomi is Mob's childhood friend and has attended the same elementary and middle schools as him.
Tsubomi plays the role of an unknowing guide in Mob's life. Many of her actions seem to affect him greatly without her intentionally doing so.
Mob and her are childhood friends (in Mob's own words). However, despite Mob's psychic abilities, he says that she ignores him in favor of more athletic boys. Rather than angering Mob, Tsubomi's seemingly shallow actions guide Mob as he develops his psychic powers. By ignoring Mob's psychic abilities, Tsubomi effectively shows Mob that psychic power does not inherently make one better than others.
The mention of Tsubomi's name completely restores Mob to his former self during the Keiji Mogami Arc. After Dimple mentions the name of Mob's long-time crush, his memories are restored and he gains the strength to defeat Mogami and his begrudged souls. The memory of her and Mob's goal of entering a relationship with her gives him strength to oppose Mogami, because he does not want to somehow disappoint her by acting out in violence.
Powers & Abilities
- "That wasn't so bad."