- Shinobu Handa (藩田思信?)
- Voiced by: Minami Hokuto
(Manga Based) Shinobu is one of the main characters of the story. She has no trouble with money or making her way in the world. She is a bourgeois-only child. She loves women regardless of age. In regards to coming in late, sleeping in class, generally being a delinquent and failing grades, she is ahead of the curve. However, it seems that she used to be a perfect student straight out of some movie. Although Shinobu is involved in a harem with most of her classmates, she is in love with Momoko Naitou the most.
- Momoko Naitou (内藤桃子?)
- Voiced by: Kaname Yuzuki
The main character of the series. Momoko is a member of the school's disciplinary committee which is a duty that she takes very seriously and often puts her at odds with Shinobu. She is very gluttonous (though she never seems to gain any weight), irritable, and has very little tolerance for other people's antics (though she is shown to have a mischievous side of her own). She is kind to her classmates, however, which makes her very popular. Momoko always wears a rather strong-smelling perfume which usually gives away her presence before she even makes it known. Several years before the series she first met Shinobu in a park when they both were very young. Shinobu gave her a cookie and Momoko in return gave her a kiss. This encounter left Shinobu with deep feelings of love for Momoko, though Momoko does not remember at all. Momoko finds it hard to warm up to Shinobu due to the latter's promiscuity, but later reciprocates her feelings after realizing that Shinobu is genuinely kind and truly loves her. She even hits an upperclassman, who had forced herself on Shinobu, which caused the upperclassman to hit her head directly against a fire extinguisher rendering her unconscious.
- Kirin Suwabe (諏訪部麒麟?)
- Voiced by: Ai Miyashita
Shinobu's best friend and lover who is constantly seen in her company. She fancies herself as Shinobu's servant which she says gives her a sense of self-worth. Kirin is very much in love with Shinobu despite her feelings for Momoko, and even said that she would gladly share Shinobu as long as she could stay with her. She later ends up falling for another girl named Matsuri, who is deeply in love with her and who Kirin had sex with once in the manga and second episode of the anime.
- Hayato Kyouko (隼砥教子?)
- Voiced by: Asuka Hōjō
A 27-year-old teacher at the all-girls school. She is very tall and beautiful, yet acts somewhat childish, which makes her popular among her students. Her favorite student is Momoko, with whom she is infatuated. She often hangs around with Momoko after school and allows her to stay at her place. She has a hard time with money, due to her expensive tastes but remains constantly upbeat. After seducing Momoko in her apartment, she is struck terribly ill and is forced to resign from school.
- Chizuru Komai (狛井千鶴?)
- Voiced by: Kaede Yamazaki
A classmate of Momoko, she is a very bold and stubborn girl who has trouble expressing herself. She does not compromise well with others and tends to be rather single-minded which makes her difficult to deal with. She is deeply in love with her older sister Shigure and tries desperately to make her see it. She goes to Momoko for advice and succeeds in achieving her older sister's affections, which leaves Momoko distraught in learning that she assisted an "unnatural love." She is a member of the school's drama research club to which she is very dedicated.
- Shigure Komai (狛井時雨?)
- Voiced by: Risa Matsuda
A third-year student and Chizuru's older sister. She is beautiful, intelligent, and serene with a good grip on things. She could easily be a class leader but chooses to go straight home after school instead. She is deeply in love with Chizuru but is much more subtle about her feelings and even tries to suppress them, though she eventually gives in after going to Shinobu for advice and realizing that both her and her sister's feelings are too strong to ignore.
- Maya Enjyoji (燕条寺 真弥?)
- Voiced by: Soyogi Tōno
One of the many girls in the school who is infatuated with Shinobu. Maya is a pretty smart girl, but she is also very submissive and weak-willed so she'll go along with anything anyone tells her to do. One day when Maya was on clean-up duty she found Shinobu sleeping in an empty room. Her infatuation got the better of her and she kissed Shinobu unaware that she was in the process of waking up. Shinobu later confronted her about it and Maya broke down and began apologizing, saying that she'll do anything to make it up to her. Shinobu brought Maya to an empty club room where she proceeded to seduce her. After some encouragement from Kirin, Maya pledged herself as Shinobu's servant. Maya's devotion to Shinobu continues to grow and she ends up staying with her to the very end where they form a three-way relationship between themselves and Momoko. Shinobu helps Maya to break out of her shell and become more assertive, though she also becomes quite perverted in the process.
- Sayuri Ookami (大神 小百合?)
- Voiced by: Kaibara Erena
A shady third-year student who longs to make Shinobu hers and hers alone. Ookami is the top of her class and is well respected by her teachers as well as most of her underclassmen for her model behavior but also proves to be a calculated schemer in her pursuit of Shinobu. She attempts to seduce Shinobu in an empty room but is repeatedly, yet, half-heartedly refused because Shinobu doesn't want to hurt her. Her true plan was to get Momoko to lose her temper and get herself expelled so that she would be separated from Shinobu. Her plan is realized when Momoko attacks her with a fire extinguisher. The matter is settled quietly out of court and Momoko is allowed to stay but she chooses to leave anyway. Despite the fact that her plan ultimately succeeded it proves to be in vain as Momoko and Shinobu consummate their feelings several months later.
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