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TsukiSafe / Tame (14)
MeasurementsHeight: 142cm, Bust-Waist-Hips: 74-52-75cm
HairLong, Twin Braids, Violet
EyesTeal, Tsurime
BodyShort (obsolete), Slim, Teen
ClothesMaid's Dress, Maid's Headdress, Pajamas
PersonalityDocile, Hard Worker, Mischievous
RoleMaid, Orphan, Tsukkomi
Engages inBreaking the Fourth Wall, Shopping
Subject ofNyctophobia
Visual novelsMain character - Akatsuki no Goei
Main character - Akatsuki no Goei ~Principal-tachi no Kyuujitsu~
Side character - Akatsuki no Goei ~Tsumibukaki Shuumatsuron~
Voiced byOohana Don


“Sir Kaito, understand that my duties and standing as a maid differ from those you have as a bodyguard.”

Tsuki works as the head maid at the Nikaidou estate. She’s someone who barely shows any emotion and always stays calm in the face of any situation. She has many nicknames, coined after her numerous “heroic” cleaning-related deeds, such as “Tsuki, the Undirtied Breaker of Stains, Queen of the Andals and the First Maids, and Protector of the Seven Cleandoms,” or the most commonly used, “The Sweeping Hand.”

She partakes in many comedic and improvised sketches with Kaito whenever the two are alone together. Her openness to make dirty jokes and nonchalant attitude towards conversational topics most women would consider gross makes her the only person capable of intimidating Kaito to a certain degree.

She doesn’t realize this, but she has a very weak presence, making her very hard to detect by normal people, to the point of being able to sneak into people’s rooms without having anyone inside those rooms notice.

Hobbies: Tsuki enjoys those special moments when she can wipe windows clean.

Likes: Tsuki loves anything related to cleaning, and seeing the fruits of her labor makes her very happy.

Dislikes: Tsuki hates when trash is lingering around the estate, or when people throw things on the floor expecting her to clean up after them. There’s nothing more infuriating for her than the very act of dirtying a space she worked on.

[From Daybreak Translations]