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Mizuki Tsujimura

Tsujimura Mizuki full

Mizuki DEAD APPLE full

Kanji

辻村 深月

Rōmaji

Tsujimura Mizuki

Personal Information
Gender

Female

Birthday

29 February

Family

Mother

Status

Active

Professional Information
Occupation

Agent of the Special Ability Department
Assistant

Affiliation

Japanese Ministry

Ability
Ability Name

Yesterday's Shadow Tag

Reference

Yesterday's Shadow Tag

Debut
Manga

Chapter 1

Anime

DEAD APPLE

Light Novel

Bungo Stray Dogs Gaiden

Voice Actors
Japanese

Rie Takahashi

Mizuki Tsujimura (辻村 深月, Tsujimura Mizuki?) is an agent of the Special Ability Department and she is assigned to Ayatsuji Yukito. She is the deuteragonist of the spin-off novel.

Appearance

She has light cyan hair which is parted to the right, part of which she keeps in a ponytail. She wears a white neck scarf patterned with the same cyan hue, a white dress shirt, a gray suit coat which she keeps unbuttoned, and gray slacks. She also wears gray gloves, black heels and a dark gray belt.

Personality

Tsujimura appears as a kind and genuine woman, though slightly gullible as shown when Ayatsuji tricks her in making him coffee.

Tsujimura is also very dedicated to her job and respectful to her seniors. She constantly struggles to get Ayatsuji to follow protocol, harshly reprimanding him when he does as he pleases. Feeling strongly about her duties, she often gets swept up in the moment.

Ability

Tsujimura's ability, Yesterday's Shadow Tag (きのうの影踏み, Kinō no Kagefumi?), allows Tsujimura to create 'baby shadows' and control their strange/curious lives.

Just like Kyoka, her mother transferred her ability to her. Therefore, she does not have complete control over her ability.

Background

She is an agent of the Special Ability Department, under Ango Sakaguchi. She is assigned to watch over Yukito Ayatsuji, an Extremely Dangerous Ability User.

Plot

Trivia

  • Tsujimura's mother taught Kyoka's mother how to transfer an ability to a blood relative.[1]
  • The author's inspiration for writing mysteries stems from Yukito Ayatsuji's writing.

References

  1. Bungo Stray Dogs manga, chapter 43