For minor characters without names, see Unnamed Characters.

This is a list of minor characters appearing in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and related media.

Characters in this section have very little information to warrant a character page, usually due to lack of relevance or backstory.

Phantom Blood

Mary JoestarPBSymbol

Manga Debut: Chapter 2, Dio Brando the Invader, Part 1 (Photo only)
Anime Debut: Episode 1, Dio the Invader (Photo only)
Mary Joestar (メアリー・ジョースター Mearī Jōsutā) is the late mother of Jonathan Joestar. Never shown in person in the series, the only thing known about her story is that she accompanied her husband during a trip to London and died protecting her baby when her carriage had an accident and fell into a ravine. When Dio Brando is revealed to have been poisoning George, a police inspector tells Speedwagon that Dario Brando stole her wedding ring from her corpse and tried to sell it.

Mark WatkinPBSymbol

Manga Debut: Chapter 2, Dio Brando the Invader, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Mark Watkin (マーク・ワトキン Māku Watokin) was the champion of the rural boxing club. Jonathan was meant to fight him as a challenger, but instead fought and lost to Dio, who volunteered himself as an opponent.

Historical figures

Elizabeth I and Mary Stuart

Manga Debut: Chapter 27, Tarkus and the Dark Knight Bruford, Part 2
Anime Debut: Episode 5, The Dark Knights
Seiyuu:Yuka Keichō (Japanese, Elizabeth I), Karen Strassman (English, Elizabeth I)


Elizabeth I (left) and Mary Stuart (right)

Elizabeth I (エリザベス1世 Erizabesu Issei) and Mary Stuart (メアリー・ステュアート Mearī Sutyuāto) were two queens of the Tudor dynasty who fought for the throne 300 years before Phantom Blood, in 1595. Mary was a beautiful 23-year-old woman with peace in her heart, her charm being enough to make men, no matter how strong, entrust themselves and feel that sense of peace. With great tolerance, she took the lonely dark knights Tarkus and Bruford with a smile, enough for them to pledge loyalty and swear to make her queen, even if it cost their lives. When Mary's husband Darnley died from unknown causes Elizabeth took the opportunity to charge her for his death, turning the population against Mary. Elizabeth took Mary prisoner and ordered her to be beheaded, using an impersonator later to trick Tarkus and Bruford into giving up. Their executioner, who was killed by Bruford's hair, was the same one who killed Mary.


Manga Debut: Chapter 27, Tarkus and the Dark Knight Bruford, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: Episode 5, The Dark Knights (Mentioned only)

Darnley (ダーンリー Dānrī) was the husband of Mary Stuart. He died in an explosion caused by reasons unknown to history. His death was used as an excuse for Mary's execution, as Elizabeth blamed her for his death. Darnley is based on the real Lord Darnley.

Windknights Lot Residents


Manga Debut: Chapter 21, Jack the Ripper and Zeppeli the Eccentric, Part 4 (Mentioned only)

Mr. Harry (ハリー Harī) was a resident of Windknight's Lot whose daughter ran away shortly before Dio's arrival in town. It is possible that she was one of the women Dio and Jack the Ripper killed to suck blood. The other residents gossiped about how youngsters these days would run away without telling anyone, referring to her.

Jeff Back and Dan Hamar

Manga Debut: Chapter 41, Fire and Ice, Jonathan and Dio, Part 3 (Mentioned only)

Jeff Back (ジェフ・バック Jefu Bakku) was a farmer who spotted 4 outsiders (Jonathan Joestar, Robert E. O. Speedwagon, Tonpetty and Straizo) burning Dio Brando's clothes under the cliffs of his empty mansion 2 weeks after Dio's defeat. Dan Hamar (ダン・ハマー Dan Hamā) was a fisherman who reported to the police that his boat was stolen by some easterners the night of the incident, but his boat has yet to be found. Police are investigating if these two cases have any relation to the missing people of Windknight's Lot.

The 77 Rings Challenge Winners

77 Knights Winners

Three of the Five 77 Rings Challenge Winners

Manga Debut: Chapter 28, Tarkus and the Dark Knight Bruford, Part 3

Winzaleo (ウィンザレオ Winzareo), Eijkman (アイクマン Aikuman), and Caineghis (カイネギス Kainegisu) are three of the only five knights who survived the 77 Rings knights challenge, winning the challenge years before the dark knights Tarkus and Bruford, who won in 1563. Winzaleo, known as the Lion King, won in 1327, Eijkman the Lightning Knight won in 1389 and the one-eyed Caineghis won in 1408. The three are playable in the game Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood, where Winzaleo carries a giant battle-axe capable of breaking the ground, Eijkman uses an electrified halberd and Caineghis wields a poisonous scimitar. Their appearance is very different than the one featured in the manga.


Adams (Anime)

Manga Debut: Chapter 36, The Three from a Faraway Country (1)
Anime Debut: Episode 7, Successor
Seiyuu: Hidenori Takahashi (Japanese), Anthony Hansen (English)

Adams (アダムス, Adamusu) is a Zombie whose only characteristic is a long sharp tongue created by Dio who lurks around Windknight's Lot. Formerly a human and villager of Windknight, the Zombie meets the Joestar Group and after a brief conversation with Poco, tries to ambush the Group from behind. Jonathan easily kills him.

Adams appear in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood (PS2 Game) as an enemy faced before Jonathan's confrontation against Dire. His only special attack is attacking with his tongue.


Doobie full color

Doobie (Anime)

Manga Debut: Chapter 37, The Three from a Faraway Country, Part 2
Anime Debut: Episode 8, Blood Battle! JoJo & Dio
Game Debut: Phantom Blood (PS2 Game)
Voice Actors: Yūichi Ishigami(Japanese), Kirk Thornton (English)

Doobie (ドゥービー, Dūbī) is a minor antagonist featured in Phantom Blood. He is a musclebound masked zombie that Dio Brando sics on Poco's Sister after she refuses to serve him. Doobie grabs the girl and rips her dress in an attempt to assault her, but his plan is quickly ruined by an anvil thrown by Jonathan Joestar. After inflicting several bite wounds to Jonathan, Doobie removes the sack over his head and reveals his face and his weapons. A large number of venomous and man-eating snakes dwell inside his skull. Jonathan manages to eject the poison from his bloodstream by exploiting his new Ripple powers inherited after Zeppeli's death. During their short battle, Jonathan catches Doobie's snakes and charges them with the Ripple, causing them to turn on their master. The snakes then devour Doobie to death.

Namesake: The Doobie Brothers

Video Games:
Phantom Blood (PS2 Game): Doobie appears as the last enemy faced before Dio. As a playable character in extra mode, Doobie's special attack uses the snakes from his face to attack and poison the enemy. In Dio mode, there is an extra event where he teams up with Adams to defeat Dio.

All-Star Battle (PS3 Game): Doobie can be seen in the background of the Dio's Castle stage, and can sometimes be heard screaming along with other Zombies.

Page, Jones, Plant and Bornnam

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Manga Debut: Chapter 39, Fire and Ice,
Jonathan and Dio (1)

Anime Debut: Episode 8,Blood Battle! JoJo & Dio
Seiyuu: Taketora (Japanese)

Page, Jones, Plant and Bornnam (ペイジ, ジョーンズ, プラーント, ボーンナム Peiji, Jōnzu, Purānto, Bānhamu) are four zombies with unusually bestial or horrific appearance. Dio Brando sics them on the Joestar Group during his penultimate confrontation with Jonathan Joestar. The four zombies approach Poco and his sister, but before they could dispose of the two, they are confronted by Straizo. The four then reveal their names and try to dispose of the Ripple user by attacking with their blood-sucking needles. Straizo jumps into the air and kicks a hanging chandelier causing it to fall and traps the four zombies. He then strikes the iron part of the chandelier with the Ripple, melting the zombies, thus leading to their deaths.[1]

In Episode 8 of the anime, this group was introduced before their initial appearance in the manga, when they asked Dio if he wanted them to take care of Jonathan. In the manga, different zombies were used.

Page, Jones, Plant, and Bornnam appear as enemies faced in one chapter of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood (PS2 Game). The player controls Straizo and must face all four together. If the player uses Straizo's full special move, the match will end sooner and Page, Jones, Plant, and Bornnam's death sequence will appear in a cutscene.

Father Styx

Father Styx

Manga Debut: Chapter 42, Fire and Ice, Jonathan and Dio (4)
Anime Debut: Episode 9, The Final Ripple!
Seiyuu: Masayuki Katô (Japanese), Chris Hackney (English)

Father Styx (スティクス神父 Sutikusu-shinpu) is an alcoholic priest who discovers Dio's coffin in the boat Jonathan and Erina board. Sent to Mexico to convert the locals, the unhappy priest drops his cross which falls through a grate and lands near the coffin. Just as Wang Chan arrives to open the coffin, the curious priest triggers a booby trap, causing a metal ball to shoot out and obliterate his face.

Battle Tendency



Bruto as seen in the manga

Manga Debut: Chapter 51, Straizo VS Joseph, Part 4

Bruto (ブルート Burūto) was one of the many people who were outside the cafe during Joseph Joestar and Straizo's battle. In an attempt to impress a girl, he temporarily detains Joseph after the latter had blown up Straizo, along with the cafe. Joseph quickly kicks him in the nose and runs off, leaving Bruto on the ground holding his face while the girl says that Joseph is way cooler than him. His name is possibly a reference to the Popeye character Bluto.

Stardust Crusaders

Sadao Kujo

Sadao Kujo (空条 貞夫 Kūjō Sadao) is the father of Jotaro Kujo and husband of Holy Kujo. As a famous musician, he is always on tour and is never seen in the series.

Captain Tennille

Manga Debut: Chapter 128, Dark Blue Moon, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: SC Episode 6, Dark Blue Moon (Mentioned only)

Captain Tennille (キャプテン・テニール Kyaputen Tenīru) was introduced to the Joestar group by the Speedwagon Foundation to aid in their trip to reach DIO. His background was checked to make sure he wasn't a Stand user, so everyone could trust him. The impostor Captain Tennille killed him in Hong Kong and threw his body into the bottom of the sea, taking his place. Though the reader is never shown the true Captain Tennille, he was presumably almost identical to the impostor, since his men, who had worked for ten years on the same ship, did not even suspect the replacement.

Sherry Polnareff

SherryPolnareff anime

Manga Debut: Chapter 127, Dark Blue Moon (1)
Anime Debut: Episode 31, Silver Chariot
Seiyuu: Yuka Komatsu (Japanese), Erika Harlacher (English)

Sherry Polnareff (シェリー・ポルナレフ Sherī Porunarefu) is Jean Pierre Polnareff's little sister who was raped and murdered by J. Geil, prompting Polnareff to seek revenge against her killer.


Manga Debut: Chapter 138, Yellow Temperance, Part 3
Anime Debut: SC Episode 9, Yellow Temperance

Pocky (ポッキー Pokkī) was a dog eaten by Yellow Temperance.

Prince, Michael and Lionel


Avdol's Chickens - Prince, Michael and Lionel

Manga Debut: Chapter 174, Judgement, Part 1
Anime Debut: SC Episode 21, Judgement, Part 1

Prince (プリンス Purinsu), Michael (マイケル Maikeru), and Lionel (ライオネル Raioneru) are three of the five chickens Muhammad Avdol raised on the secluded island he lived on after faking his death. Disguised as his father so no one would come after him as he recovered from Emperor's bullet wound, Avdol fed the chickens so they would grow fat and tasty, but didn't like it when they ate too fast. When Avdol rejoined the Joestar group, he left the chickens on the island with no one to take care of them. Prince, Michael and Lionel are named after musicians Prince, Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie.[2]

Daniel J. D'Arby's Victims

Manga Debut: Chapter 212, D'Arby the Gambler, Part 2
Anime Debut: SC Episode 34, D'Arby the Gambler, Part 1
Daniel J. D'Arby took the souls of many people through gambling, using his Stand Osiris. He would usually trick one of them into betting their souls, and then search for the person's family and convince them to try and get the soul back.

Moor Family

Darby releasing souls

Souls returning to their bodies

D'Arby won the soul of Mrs. Moor through gambling, leading her husband Stephen Moor (スティーブン・ムーア Sutībun Mūa) to gamble with him on September 22, 1984, around 11:15 PM in California, to win her soul back. Stephen was defeated and had his soul taken too. His father Garie Moor (ゲイリー・ムーア Geirī Mūa, Daddy Moor in the anime) tried to win his soul back, but was also beaten. Stephen may have almost won the gamble, as D'Arby remembered the date, place and even what he said before losing (the same words Muhammad Avdol said when Jean Pierre Polnareff was beaten). The Moors' souls were transported back to their bodies after Jotaro Kujo defeated D'Arby. Garie Moor is named for Irish singer Gary Moore.

Christian Vander

Darby victims

D'Arby victims

Christian Vander (クリスチャン・ヴァンデ Kurisuchan Vande) was one of the many victims of Daniel J. D'Arby, losing his soul in a gamble to him some unspecified time after the Moor Family. His soul was returned to his body after D'Arby was defeated by Jotaro Kujo. His name isn't shown in the anime. Christian Vander is named for French musician Christian Vander.

Shozo Mayama

Shozo Mayama (真山 祥造 Mayama Shōzō) is a rich Japanese man who lost 8 properties and his soul to D'Arby the 17th of May 1986.

Characters appearing only in the anime

Some other names were included in D'Arby's collection by the anime:

Victoria Kerr, Lee Kingston, Allan Olsson, Mrs Flercher, Gaspar Espino, Lisa Drewjob and 3 other difficult to read names.

D'Arby's shown pages are organised like this:

Left page, col. 1 Left page, col. 2 Left page, col. 3 Right page, col. 1 Right page, col. 2 Right page, col. 3
(unseen) Mrs Moor Stephen Moor Lee Kingston (unseen) (unseen)
(unseen) Victoria Kerr Garie Moor Allan Olsson Mrs Flercher (unseen)
(unseen) (unseen) (empty) Gaspar Espino Lisa Drewjob (unseen)
(unseen) (unseen) Christian Vander (difficult to read) (difficult to read) (difficult to read)

Chibi and Buchi

Chibi and Buchi Anime

Manga Debut: Chapter 222, The Gatekeeper of Hell, Pet Shop (1)
Anime Debut: Episode 64, The Gatekeeper of Hell, Pet Shop (1)

Chibi and Buchi (チビとブチ Chibi to Buchi) are two dogs who try to attack Iggy as he faces DIO's Mansion. Iggy intimidates them with one look. Stumbling the gate of the mansion, the dogs see Pet Shop's shadow and, assuming that the bird will be easy prey, crawl under the gate. Pet Shop kills them both by impaling their head into a ice pike, and Pet Shop plucks their eyes out as a meal.

Telence T. D'Arby's Victims


The cabinet of Telence's dolls

Manga Debut: Chapter 229, D'Arby the Player, Part 3
Anime Debut: SC Episode 40, D'Arby the Player, Part 1

Like his brother, Telence T. D'Arby took the souls of many people with his Stand, Atum, after making them bet their souls on video games. Aside from Noriaki Kakyoin, who also fell victim to the gamer, their souls did not return to their bodies.


Seiyuu: Juri Kimura


Sonia in her doll form

Sonia (ソニア Sonia) was a beautiful woman, considered to have beautiful skin and a wonderful love life until she was defeated by Telence in a game and had her soul taken. Telence made her into a doll wearing Versace that he himself designed, although she preferred Chanel. In her doll form she constantly called Telence's name.

Dr. Elliot


Dr. Elliot in doll form

Dr. Elliot (エリオット医師 Eriotto-ishi) was a mass murderer who killed eight of his patients. Telence considered the stories of the murders interesting. His soul was put into a doll wearing doctor accessories made by Telence himself.


Seiyuu: Kengo Kawanishi


Tatsuhiko as a doll

Tatsuhiko (タツヒコ Tatsuhiko) was a Japanese boy with an IQ of 190. According to Telence, he was a skilled video game player. In his doll form he called for his mother.

Diamond Is Unbreakable


Police AV

Police sleeping

Police (ポリス Porisu) is Koichi Hirose's sleepy dog. In almost all of his appearances he is seen sleeping. Koichi once even wondered if he was still alive.

As the Hirose family already has Police, Koichi isn't allowed to have another pet and has to take him for walks. He is seen sleeping at the beginning of Tamami Kobayashi's and Yukako Yamagishi's fights and is taken for a walk during Yuya's fight. His name is taken from the British band The Police.


Manga Debut: Chapter 292, Toshikazu Hazamada (Surface), Part 4 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 7, Toshikazu Hazamada (Surface)

Junko (順子) is a girl Toshikazu had a crush on. She is in class 3-E of Budogaoka Highschool. He made Surface copy her but it also adopted her personality, acting like "a real bitch" and thinking "she's all that". Toshikazu wanted to force himself on her, but never had the courage to actually do it.


Manga Debut: Chapter 302, Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 9
Anime Debut: Episode 83, Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 2
Seiyū: Tarō Kiuchi

Masashi Anime AV

Masaji and his grandfather

Masaji (マサジ) is a drunk fisherman who, along with his grandfather, saw Yukako fall from Boing-Boing Cape and Koichi save her with Echoes ACT2. Assuming she was a girl who tried to commit suicide by jumping off the cliff and miraculously bounced back up, Masaji started a rumor that there was a god of the sea in the cape. The rumor spread and the fishermen started to pray for good luck to the rock Yukako was going to fall on, calling it a "sacred spot". This story turned Boing-Boing Cape into a point of interest for Morioh.


Manga Debut: Chapter 307, Red Hot Chili Pepper, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 11, Red Hot Chili Pepper, Part 1

Sachiko Anime AV

Sachiko about to leave her lover

Sachiko (サチコ) is a fictional character from a TV show Josuke hated. For some unknown reason, she was going to leave her lover and wished to never see him again. Josuke tried to turn the TV off, but couldn't due to Red Hot Chili Pepper's electric intervention. Using the power cables, the Stand traveled to Josuke's house to threaten him because Jotaro didn't leave Morioh. Its possible Sachiko and her lover were going to kiss each other before Red Hot Chili Pepper's appearance, as they were slowly approaching each other before the show's broadcast was interrupted.

Lady Murakami

Manga Debut: Chapter 333, Rohan Kishibe's Adventure, Part 4
Lady Murakomi

Lady Murakami

Anime Debut: DU Episode 1, Jotaro Kujo! Meets Josuke Higashikata

Lady Murakami (村上 Murakami) is an old woman introduced in the manga as a passerby asking direction to Rohan Kishibe, upon being rebuked, she complains about Rohan's rudeness. In the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable anime adaptation, she is introduced and given a name in the first episode, and was subjected to the gas of a car exhaust of a man who had been trying to seduce Tomoko Higashikata.

Ghost Alley's Residents

Several houses can be seen in the ghost alley: Yonemori (米森), Honma (本間), Onodera (小野寺), Numakura (沼倉), and a doghouse with the name Rocky (ロッキー Rokkī). It is more likely not the same dog seen in Dead Man's Questions.

It is more likely that the Yamakura (山倉) residence sought by Lady Murakami is also in the ghost alley since it is not on the map.


Manga Debut: Chapter 336, 'Shigechi''s Harvest, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 18, 'Shigechi''s Harvest, Part 1 (Mentioned only)

Gonta (ゴン太) is Shigekiyo Yangu's pet turtle. Shigekiyo mentions it after meeting Josuke and Okuyasu.

Ichiro Morishita

Manga Debut: Chapter 338, 'Shigechi''s Harvest, Part 4
Anime Debut: DU Episode 19, 'Shigechi''s Harvest, Part 2

Ichiro Morishita (森下 一郎 Morishita Ichirō) is a guy who bought 10 lottery tickets, but threw all of them in the trash after seeing that not even one was the winning one. Harvest found one of his tickets and gave it to Okuyasu, who discovered it actually was the winning one. A bank employer called him to see if the ticket really belonged to Okuyasu, but Crazy Diamond changed his last name in the ticket to Kinoshita. When asked about the ticket, Ichiro tells the bank employer that he isn't Kinoshita, but Morishita, and asks the bank employer to sell him winning tickets next time.

Kosaku Kawajiri

Manga Debut: Chapter 364, Sheer Heart Attack (11)
Anime Debut: Episode 98, Sheer Heart Attack, Part 2

Kosaku Kawajiri (川尻 浩作 Kawajiri Kōsaku) is the man Kira impersonates during the latter parts of Diamond is Unbreakable. Kosaku lived an unremarkable life: he was bossed around at work, had a loveless marriage with his wife Shinobu whom he married mainly because she was pregnant, and later wasn't close to his son Hayato.

One day, a wounded Kira met Kosaku on the street while escaping from Josuke and his friends. Since Kosaku and Kira had a similar build, Kira dragged him into the Cinderella Beauty Salon, killed him, and stole his face and fingerprints with Cinderella's ability. His death remains unknown from the public aside from Morioh's Stand Users and Hayato.

People stolen from by Josuke

Manga Debut: Chapter 388, Highway Star, Part 5

While attempting to elude Highway Star, Josuke has the idea of calling Koichi Hirose for help. Unable to stop without being caught, Josuke starts stealing cell phones while on the run.




Yoshioka (吉岡) is a businessman who is seen talking to his boss on his cellphone. He is instructed to "do as planned" when receiving an important call 1 minute later. The call would grant a business opportunity worth one billion yen. If he missed the call, Yoshioka would be fired by his boss.

Seemingly nervous, Yoshioka agrees but his phone is stolen by Josuke immediately. Unaware of what just happened, he continues talking to his hand before he notices his phone is gone, and is then anguished over the loss of one billion yen and his job. As Josuke grabbed the phone too hard, it ended up breaking.



Akira on the phone with his girlfriend, Minayo.

Akira is a man seen talking to his girlfriend, Minayo, on his cell phone. He is unnamed in the manga, but his girlfriend calls him Akira in the anime. Akira is nervous when trying to propose to his girlfriend, but she misunderstands and thinks he hates her. As he is about to propose, he has his phone stolen by Josuke before he could do so. He is in despair that his happy marriage will never happen now.


Minayo (美奈代) is a woman who is not seen, but is heard on the cellphone while talking to her boyfriend Akira. For unknown reasons she thinks he hated her, so Minayo insists for him to hang up the phone. Her boyfriend was actually trying to propose to her, but has his phone stolen by Josuke before he could do so. She wonders what he was going to say but Josuke hangs up and uses the phone to ask Koichi to locate Yuya Fungami.

Yuya's Fangirls

Manga Debut: Chapter 390, Highway Star, Part 7


Left to right: Reiko, Yoshie and Akemi

Akemi (アケミ), Yoshie (ヨシエ) and Reiko (レイコ) are Yuya's fangirls. They all have a bokken with them and a "HIGHWAY STAR" tatoo on one of their arms. They envy nothing but vanity. The three protected Yuya while he was hospitalized, not letting anyone come closer. They seemed to have a crush on him, but will argue with each other, such as fighting over helping him to pee. When Josuke encountered Yuya they attacked him.

With his heightened smell, Yuya could tell that the peach Akemi was going to give him was rotten and that Yoshie was on her period. He also thought that Reiko was mad at him because of the adrenaline he smelled, but the smell was from Josuke. When Josuke asks Yuya to help him find Koichi, Yuya smelled that the three girls were coming from the arcade with chocolates for Yuya won by Akemi. They threaten to attack Josuke, but Yuya tells them they are on good terms now. In the battle against Terunosuke, Yuya is inspired by Josuke's attempt to save Koichi, putting his own life in danger, and realizes he would do the same for his three fangirls.


Manga Debut: Chapter 396, The Cat Likes Yoshikage Kira, Part 5


Kimura late for school

Kimura is a boy Kira sees who is late for school. One of his friends tells him to not forget his hat because it's part of the uniform. From this, Kira comes to the conclusion that Hayato has not gone to school and is instead spying on him, as the hat was still hanging by the door.

Minako Okura

Manga Debut: Chapter 410, My Dad Is Not My Dad, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 33, July 15th (Thursday), Part 3 (First mentioned) (Photo only) / Episode 34, July 15th (Thursday), Part 4 (First full appearance)


Minako and her boyfriend

Minako Okura (大倉 美那子 Ōkura Minako) was 29 years old and a first-year student at S City M Community College. She was a spoiled woman who didn't care for the well-being of others. Aside from her parents, she also had a younger brother and sister. She was in the habit of sneaking out at night to be with her boyfriend, Satoru Nakae, so her father started to become worried and tried to follow her. Minako noticed him, and to teach him a lesson for following her, stole something on purpose just to let him see it. She ran away from home and moved in with her boyfriend, but still kept in contact with her mother.

As she told the story enthusiastically to her boyfriend, they were unaware that Kira was sitting next to them, trying to control his killer instincts. Bothered by her bag being on top of his leg, Kira pushed it away, and the couple accused him of trying to steal it. As they got off the train, Satoru and Kira bumped into each other, knocking Kira's things onto the ground. Satoru yelled at Kira again, and the couple mocked his "lame" nail clippers. Tired of the repeated confrontations, Kira followed the couple home. Entering the apartment just as Minako's boyfriend promised to buy her a new pair of earrings, Kira blew him up instantly with Killer Queen. Unable to resist his desires any longer, he forced Minako to cut his fingernails. Just before blowing her up, he took her boyfriend's ears and hung them on her own, telling her that her boyfriend had left some earrings behind for her.

After killing Minako, Kira took her hand as his new "girlfriend" and planned to take it with him to Kosaku's house, but was forced to destroy the hand after seeing Hayato leaving the scene with a camera.

Satoru Nakae

Manga Debut: Chapter 410, My Dad Is Not My Dad, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 33, July 15th (Thursday), Part 3 (First mentioned) (Photo only) / Episode 34, July 15th (Thursday), Part 4 (First full appearance)

Satoru Nakae (中江 悟 Nakae Satoru) was Minako's boyfriend, and only named in the anime. He was 22 years old and a third-year student at T University. Thinking Kira was stealing his girlfriend's bag, Satoru yelled at Kira. He confronts Kira again when they bump into each other and mocks him for his "lame" nail clippers. Kira stalks the couple to Satoru's apartment and blows him up instantly with Killer Queen, after Satoru promised to buy Minako a new pair of earrings. Kira then takes Satoru's ears and hung them on Minako's, telling her that her boyfriend had left some earrings behind for her.


Manga Debut: Chapter 410, My Dad Is Not My Dad, Part 1 (Mentioned only)

Mika was a friend Minako mentioned to have gained a pair of diamond earrings as a gift. Meriko said that she wanted a pair, too, something that was overheard by Kira. He later forced Minako to wear her dead boyfriend's earrings before killing her, as a reminder of her wish of getting earrings like Mika.

Hiroshi Yoshimura

Manga Debut: Chapter 412, Cheap Trick, Part 1

Hiroshi Yoshimura (吉村 宏 Yoshimura Hiroshi) is a man who was suspected to be Kira's new identity. He is single.

Rio's Neighbor

Manga Debut: Chapter 431, Crazy Diamond is Unbreakable, Part 4 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 38, Crazy Diamond is Unbreakable, Part 2

Rio's Neighbor (梨央ちゃんの隣人 Rio-chan no Rinjin) is a man who lives next door to Rio, a woman who owns the house where Josuke fought Kira. The neighbor often stole Rio's panties, and was murdered by Kira due to him being a witness to their battle.

Anime-Only Characters

Kai Harada

Anime Debut: DU Episode 1, Jotaro Kujo! Meets Josuke Higashikata
Seiyū: Bucky Koba

Kai Harada (カイ原田) is the anchorman of Morioh Town Radio. He usually has a relaxing voice and calm attitude when addressing his listeners. A majority of his radio segments foreshadow or reference future Stand users.




Anime Debut: DU Episode 7, Toshikazu Hazamada (Surface)
Seiyū: Isamu Yūsen

Sakai () is a friend of Toshikazu Hazamada that gouged his eye because of Surface.


Anime Debut: DU Episode 22, (Mentioned only)

Asuka is a friend of some girls waiting in front of the St Gentleman that Koichi walks past before meeting Jotaro.

CD Drama-Only Characters

Rika Tachikawa

CD Drama Debut: Diamond Is Unbreakable CD Drama Vol. 2: After-School Talk: At Cafe Deux Megots.

Seiyū: Ayaka Suwa

Rika is a 20 year old college student from downtown that works as a waitress at Cafe Deux Megots on S City. Her blood type is B, constelation Virgo, her favourite food is miso-pickled oxtongue and nata coco and she hates milk tea. She is secretly annoyed with her little toes that seem to be 0.5cm longer than other people. As for her personality she seems like a really nice person, acting caring and dedicated to her customers.

Okuyasu had an uncorresponded love with her but wasn´t able to tell her due to being to afraid. She actually seems to have feelings for Rohan, as she starts smiling and singing when he´s close.

Vento Aureo


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Manga Debut: Chapter 441, Gold Experience (2)

Luca (ルカ Ruka), commonly known by his nickname "Leaky-eye Luca" (涙目のルカ Namidame no Ruka) due to a previous facial injury that makes his right eye tear up, is a member of Passione who antagonizes Giorno Giovanna over the tithe he must pay after swindling tourists near the airport. When he tries to smash a frog created by Gold Experience, the attack is reflected back at him. His head is bashed in and Luca is put into a coma. Later Bruno Bucciarati finishes him off and uses his remains to torture Giorno.

Donatella Una


Manga Debut: Chapter 469, Operative Bucciarati; The Boss' First Assignment

Donatella Una (ドナテラ・ウナ Donatera Una) is Trish Una's late mother and Diavolo's former lover.

In 1986, Donatella met the man named Solido Naso while in vacation in Sardinia. They became lovers but Solido Naso suddenly disappeared without warning or trace. She subsequently gave birth to Trish and both lived in a small room for the next 15 years. She fell ill and before she died, Donatella tried to search for Solido Naso which Diavolo noticed, starting a struggle between Passione loyalists and the rogue La Squadra di Esecuzione to find Trish Una. Donatella finally died of illness in a hospital of Calabria.

Sorbet and Gelato

Sorbet and Ice Cream

Sorbet (right) Gelato (left)

Manga Debut: Chapter 475, Narancia's Aerosmith (6)

Sorbet (ソルベ Sorube) and Gelato (ジェラート Jerāto) are deceased members of Passione and by extension La Squadra di Esecuzione who were executed by the Boss because they tried to unmask him. Gelato was tied up and forced to watch Sorbet being sectioned into pieces by the boss but swallowed his cloth gag to commit suicide and save himself from further terror. His corpse was later discovered in his home, with the cloth still stuck in his throat and a note attached that reads "punishment". Days later, thirty-six individual sections of Sorbet would be preserved in formalin frames, which would be delivered to the assassins one by one.[3]

They were however described as psychopaths by fellow assassin Formaggio and were always close, leading to rumors about the true nature of their relationship. The fact that Sorbet and Gelato decided to investigate the Diavolo's identity by themselves could indicate either overconfidence or bravery.

The deaths of Sorbet and Gelato are likely a reference to Luca Brasi's murder of two enemy mafioso in The Godfather series, in which one is hacked to pieces alive (Sorbet) and the other swallows his cloth gag to save himself from a gruesome death (Gelato).

Monica Ultello

Manga Debut: Chapter 588, Gold Experience Requiem, Part 3

Monica Ultello

Doctor Ultello operating on Diavolo

Doctor Monica Ultello (モニカ・ユルッテロ Monika Yuruttero) is the woman who performed an autopsy on Diavolo, file number 68, as his second death after he was cut and killed by a drug addict on Tevere river.

Stone Ocean


Manga Debut: SO Chapter 4, Prisoner FE40536: Jolyne Cujoh, Part 1



Miss Charlotte (シャーロットちゃん Shārotto-chan) is Loccobarocco's alligator puppet. Loccobarocco mentions that the puppet is a girl, which is justified by the bow on her head. She appears to have a separate personality from Loccobarocco himself and acts as his assistant when explaining the rules of the prison. She will also yell at prisoners who interrupt Loccobarocco while he is speaking.




Manga Debut: SO Chapter 26, There's Six of Them! (1)

Atroe (エートロ Ētoro) is an 22[4] year old inmate at Green Dolphin Street Jail. Obsessed with being kidnapped, she once kidnapped a child for ten days and received seven years in prison for it.[5] She lives in cell number 241, likes the movie Edward Scissorhands[5] and Johnny Depp, and was sentenced to 6 years for poisoning someone.

In prison, Atroe was regularly bullied. She volunteers to go into the swamp to look for disappeared inmates but was killed by Foo Fighters, her body eventually serving as the latter's host.

Savage Garden

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 47, Savage Garden Strategy, Part 8

Savage Garden

Savage Garden

Savage Garden (サヴェジ・ガーデン Saveji Gāden) was first mentioned as a means of transporting Jotaro's Stand Disc to the Speedwagon Foundation. At first, Jolyne confuses the messenger with a man Enrico Pucci was controlling, but it is later revealed that "Savage Garden" is the name of a carrier pigeon. After Whitesnake's failed attempt to shoot the bird down, Jolyne succeeds in handing over the disc, and the pigeon flies away, delivering it successfully.

Gloria Costello

Gloria Costello

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 51, Kiss of Love & Revenge (1)

Gloria Costello (グローリア・コステロ Gurōria Kosutero) is Ermes Costello's late sister. She was killed 3 years prior to the events of Stone Ocean, at the age of 27.[4]

At age twenty, Gloria inherited her father's Mexican restaurant and managed it, constantly chastising her sister Ermes for not helping her. One night, as Ermes left the restaurant to avoid fighting with Gloria, the latter tried to follow her. Gloria witnessed Sports Maxx committing murder, and though she had no reason to denounce the crime, when Sports Maxx caught a glimpse of Ermes going away, Gloria was forced to call the police on Maxx to protect Ermes. Sports Maxx had her assassinated.

Because of Gloria's death, Ermes willingly went to Green Dolphin Street Jail to kill Sports Maxx as vengeance.

Sonny Likir

Sonny Likir

Sonny Likir

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 60, The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 1

Sonny Likir (ソニー・リキール Sonī Rikīru) is the guardian who fought with Westwood under Survivor's influence but was beat down and reported missing after the Green Baby's birth.


Manga Debut: SO Chapter 75, Father: Jotaro Kujo, Daughter: Jolyne Cujoh

David is a boy who had his wallet picked up by Jolyne, age 16.

Ron the Viper

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 99, Jail House Lock!, Part 4

Ron is a fictitious new prisoner in a 4-koma humorous comic book with a style reminiscent of Tohth's predictions.

Characters Brought By Bohemian Rhapsody

This section requires expansion.

Sergeant McCoy

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 121, Under World, Part 3

McCoy is a policeman who inspected Under World's hole at the hospital.

Wes Bluemarine

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 127, Heavy Weather, Part 3

Wes Bluemarine (ウェス・ブルーマリン Wesu Burūmarin) was a newborn who died before seeing the light of the sun. His mother swapped his dead body with Domenico Pucci, who was born the same day and lived without knowing this story.

People Seen During Time Acceleration

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 150, Made in Heaven, Part 2

Miss Jones is a guest on a TV show when the time acceleration begins. Mrs. Yoshimura is a woman who received a call from the wrong number during the time acceleration. Rocky is an employee who solidified in a freezing room. Kenichi is a man seen making love with his girlfriend.

Steel Ball Run

SBR Race Competitors

Urmd Avdol

Urmd Avdol

Urmd Avdol

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 1, The Steel Ball Run: Press Conference

Urmd Avdol (ウルムド・アブドゥル Urumudo Abuduru) in Steel Ball Run may be the alternate universe counterpart of the original universe's Muhammad Avdol (or one of his ancestors, given the timing).

Coming from Egypt, Urmd was said to have crossed the Sahara desert three times annually. Unlike the other contestants in the race, Urmd's choice of transportation was a camel, which made him a prime candidate for winning the race. Due to the camel's long legs, it had the ability to keep up with a horse's speed, but at the same time crush any other racers with its 800 kg body.

During the 1st stage of the race, Urmd attempts to knock Gyro out from the race by crashing into him. However, Gyro uses his Steel Ball to locate a hidden cactus cluster and lure Urmd into it. The nomad crashes into the cacti and is unable to continue the race.[6]

Baron Roocatugo

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 7, Pocoloco and Sandman
Baron Roocatugo (ロッカチュゴ男爵 Rokkachugo-danshaku), and his automobile. Believing his primitive car to drive him across the USA faster than a horse, his vehicle quickly breaks down.

Mark Becker

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 12, First Stage: Disqualified from Victory
Mark Becker (M・ベッカー Māku Bekkā) is one of the three men killed by the Boom Boom Family. His name may be a reference to Steely Dan member Walter Becker.

David Hagen

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 12, First Stage: Disqualified from Victory
David Hagen (D・ヘイゲン Debitto Heigen) is one of the three men killed by the Boom Boom Family. His name may be a reference to Steely Dan member Donald Fagen.

Paul Lukather

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 12, First Stage: Disqualified from Victory
Paul Lukather (P・ルカサー Pōru Rukasā) is one of the three men killed by the Boom Boom Family. His name may be a reference to Toto member Steve Lukather.

Fritz von Stroheim


Fritz von Stroheim

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 25, Tusk, Part 1
Fritz von Stroheim (フリッツ・フォン・シュトロハイム Furittsu Fon Shutorohaimu), or F.V. Stroheim, finishes the first stage in 6th place (after Gyro Zeppeli's demotion) and is awarded 25 points. His horse is named Europe Express (ヨーロッパ・エクスプレス Yōroppa Ekusupuresu).

F.V. Stroheim is introduced as a cyborg, and attempts to kill Gyro and Johnny Joestar, but is quickly taken out by Gyro's steel balls.

Fritz references the major character Rudol von Stroheim of Part 2.


Stage Placement Points
First 17th 5
Second Outside point range 0
Third 10th 12

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 9, Long, Long Downhill Gaucho (ガウチョ Gaucho) is a Spanish[7] competitor in the Steel Ball Run. During the third stage of the race, he is shown going the long way around a lake to reach the finish line. During the fourth stage of the race, Gaucho is among those who become trapped in the orchard surrounding Ringo Roadagain's cabin. Overcome by frustration, he tries to take Ringo out, but is promptly killed. Gaucho appeared to be quite level-headed when he's first introduced to Hot Pants, Gyro and Johnny but he quickly shifts into being impatient and quick to anger which led to his downfall against Ringo.

Dot Han

Stage Placement Points
First 16th 6
Second 8th 15
Third 7th 20
Fourth 5th 30

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 1, The Steel Ball Run: Press Conference Dot Han (ドット・ハーン Dotto Hān) is a Mongolian[8] competitor in the Steel Ball Run. A descendant of Genghis Khan, Dot Han is renowned for being an Equestrian master and is deemed one of the race's favorites. He consistently ranks well in the Stages, but in the fifth Stage, Sandman covers him with sound bombs to attack Gyro and Johnny. He is eventually obliterated by Sandman's powers.


Baba Yaga

  1. Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 32, Third Stage: Cannon City
Stage Placement Points
First 14th 8
Second 15th 7
Third 8th 15
Fourth Outside Point Range 0
Fifth 10th 12
Sixth 5th 30
Seventh 5th 30

Baba Yaga (バーバ・ヤーガ Bāba Yāga), and horse Nut Rocker (ナットロッカー Natto Rokkā). Competitor in the race from Russia who is mentioned various times. He wears a full black army uniform he also has long flowing white hair, he also sports a black hat. He remains high in the rankings after his introduction. Baba Yaga's name is a reference to a Russian folktale. Horse's name is a reference to a 1962 single by B. Bumble and the Stingers.

Dixie Chicken

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 12, First Stage: Disqualified from Victory (Mentioned only)
Dixie Chicken (デキシー・チキン Dekishī Chikin), and horse Ramblin Man (ランブリン・マン Ranburin Man). Character's name is reference to the 1972 Little Feat album of the same name. Horse's name is a reference to Ramblin' Man by The Allman Brother's Band.

Zenyatta Mondatta

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 12, First Stage: Disqualified from Victory (Mentioned only)
Zenyatta Mondatta (ゼニヤッタ・モンダッタ Zeniyatta Mondatta), and horse Roxanne (ロクサーヌ Rokusānu). Character's name is a reference to the 1980 The Police album of the same name. The horse's name is also a reference to the Police, in their single Roxanne.


Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 12, First Stage: Disqualified from Victory (Mentioned only)
Nellyville (ネリビル Neribiru), and horse Country Grammar (カントリーグラマー Kantorī Guramā). 5th place winner from the United States. Character's name is a reference to the 2002 album by rapper Nelly. Horse's name is a reference another Nelly album, Country Grammar.

Sloop John B

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 12, First Stage: Disqualified from Victory (Mentioned only)
Sloop John B (スループ・ジョン・B Surūpu Jon Bī), and horse Catch a Wave (キャッチ・ア・ウェイヴ Kyatchi A Weivu). 3rd place winner from the United States. His name is a reference to the Beach Boys track Sloop John B. Horse's name refers to the 1963 Beach Boys track Catch a Wave.

Billy White

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 12, First Stage: Disqualified from Victory (Mentioned only)
Billy White (ビリー・ホワイト Birī Howaito), and horse Love Unlimited (ラヴ・アンリミテッド Ravu Anrimiteddo). Name may be a combination of Billy Idol's name and his track White Wedding. Horse's name is a reference to female vocal trio Love Unlimited.


Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 12, First Stage: Disqualified from Victory (Mentioned only)
Iglesias (イグレシアス Igureshiasu), and horse Nathalie (ナタリー Natarī). Name is likely a reference to singer Enrique Iglesias. Horse's name is a reference to a 1964 French song.

Mack the Knife

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 32, Third Stage: Cannon City (Mentioned only)
Mack the Knife (マック・ザ・ナイフ Makku Za Naifu), and unnamed horse. Name is likely a reference to the German-composed song of the same name, brought to the west by Louis Armstrong in 1953 but more popularized in 1959 by Bobby Darin.

Rotters Club

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 40, Silent Way, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Rotters Club (ロッターズ・クラブ Rottāzu Kurabu), and unnamed horse. Character's name is a reference to the 1975 album The Rotters' Club.


Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 45, The Land of Promises: Sugar Mountain, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Nightfly (ナイトフライ Naitofurai), and unnamed horse. Character's name is most likely a reference to the 1982 album The Nightfly by Donald Fagen, co-founder of the band Steely Dan.


Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 45, The Land of Promises: Sugar Mountain, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Kanye (カニエ Kanie), and unnamed horse. His name is a reference to rapper Kanye West.


Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 45, The Land of Promises: Sugar Mountain, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Shigechi (シゲチー Shigechī), and unnamed horse. This character is likely a reference and/or SBR universe counterpart of Shigekiyo Yangu, often referred to as 'Shigechi', from Part 4.


Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 45, The Land of Promises: Sugar Mountain, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Tarkus (タルカス Tarukasu), and unnamed horse. This character is likely a reference and/or SBR universe counterpart of Tarkus from Part 1.


Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 45, The Land of Promises: Sugar Mountain, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Mister. (ミスター・ Misutā.), and unnamed horse. Name is likely a reference to the 1980s band Mr. Mister. Japanese spelling is simlar to that of Part 5 character Mista's (ミスタ).

Georgie Porgie

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 57, Civil War, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Georgie Porgie (ジョージー・ポージー Jōjī Pōjī), and unnamed horse. 4th place winner from France. This character's name is a reference to the 1840s English nursery rhyme of the same name.

Pendleton Family

Adam Pendleton

Manga Debut: SBR Extra Chapter 1, ~How the Steel Ball Run Race Got Started~
Lucy's father, age 42 when she was 14. He is heavily indebted to the mafia after the death of his wife.

Silas and Mary Pendleton

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 61, Both Sides Now, Part 2 (Appears in flashback(s))
Lucy's paternal grandfather and grandmother. They immigrated from Ireland.

Alice Pendleton

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 61, Both Sides Now, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Lucy's mother, deceased at age 37 when Lucy was 12.

Pendleton Children

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 61, Both Sides Now, Part 2 (Appears in flashback(s))
Lucy's brothers Tom (16), Will (11) and Charles (3), and sisters Liza (9) and Reggie (5).


Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 30, Scary Monsters, Part 3 (Appears in flashback(s))


Dario and his wife

Dario Brando's Steel Ball Run counterpart, only known as Dario. He is much younger in appearance, but has an even crueler personality. He shows no qualms in burying his own infant son, Diego, alive and then leaving him into a river to die. His fate afterwards is unknown.

Danny (Mouse)

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 42, Silent Way, Part 3 (Appears in flashback(s))


Danny the Mouse

Danny's Steel Ball Run counterpart is a white mouse raised by a young Johnny Joestar. At his brother Nicholas' suggestion, Johnny sets Danny free into the woods when his father orders him to kill it. Afterward during a practice run, a new wild stallion Nicholas was riding is startled by a white mouse and accidentally throws Nicholas off, killing him. Johnny believes the mouse, which he saw scurrying away into the woods, was Danny.

During the Steel Ball Run, just as Funny Valentine is about to kill Johnny, he notices a white mouse nearby and wonders why a mouse would be drawn by Ticket to Ride's powers, before realizing that he is being drawn back when Lucy is taken by Gyro Zeppeli. It is unknown whether the mouse was Danny or simply another white mouse that happened to be nearby.

His name could be a reference to the Michael Jackson song "Danny," which is about a rat. He is also a reference to Danny the dog, Jonathan's pet in Part 1.

Captain Valentine

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 87, Ball Breaker, Part 5 (Appears in flashback(s))


Captain Valentine is a soldier who after coming back from the war, went to the house of one of his friends, who also served in the Army. He tells his friend's son, Funny, the story of his father. Captain Valentine would reveal how Funny's father sacrificed himself for the sake of his family and his country, and taught Funny that patriotism was the most beautiful virtue in the world. Captain Valentine then gave Funny the handkerchief his father used to remind himself of his son, and told Funny that he was proud of being his father's friend.

As the name suggests, Captain Valentine remarried later with Funny's mother, giving him the family name of Valentine.


Josuke (Dog)

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 6, Soft & Wet, Part 5 (Mentioned only)
Josuke was a dog belonging to Yasuho. According to her its face was similar to Josuke's.

Mitsuba Higashikata


Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 6, Soft & Wet (5) Mitsuba Higashikata (東方 密葉 Higashikata Mitsuba) is the wife of Jobin Higashikata and the mother of Tsurugi. Nothing is known about her besides her age (31), as she hasn't made a meaningful appearance.

Joestar Family


The wife of George Joestar I and the mother of Nicholas and Johnny.

George Joestar II

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 22, Morioh Town: Year 1901 (Appears in flashback(s))

George Joestar (II), Johnny's son, is shown as a child in a flashback.

He is Johnny and Rina's first son and their second and last child,brother of his unnamed sister. When George's mother was on the verge of death, Johnny used the corpse to remove her disease, but the equivalent exchange only caused the illness to move onto George. The boy was saved when Johnny transferred the illness to himself with Tusk ACT 4, but the transfer also caused him to fall off his horse onto a bed of leaves with Les Feuilles, leading to a large rock being displaced onto his head shortly after. George was later found by agents from the United States and his mother, Rina.

He is the father of two daughters and two sons, one of them being Joseph Joestar.

Elizabeth Joestar

The wife of George II and mother of Joseph. Likely the SBR universe counterpart of Lisa Lisa.

Joseph Joestar

The fourth and last child and also the second son of George II and Elizabeth. Husband of Suzi Q and father of Holy. Likely the SBR universe counterpart of Joseph Joestar.

Suzie Q

The wife of Joseph Joestar and mother of Holy. Likely the SBR universe counterpart of Suzi Q.


Iwasuke mobile and
in rock form


Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 22, Morioh Town: Year 1901

Iwasuke (岩助) is a strange-looking dog currently in the care of Tsurugi Higashikata. Its appearance may be connected to the Wall Eyes. In Chapter 33 he is seen going through a wall to eat a Rokakaka, which is likely the result of an ability related to the Rock Human's power.

Higashikata Family


The wife of Norisuke Higashikata. Mother of Rina Higashikata. Mother-in-law for Johnny Joestar.

Norisuke Higashikata II

Born Johei Higashikata, he is the third child and first son of Norisuke Higashikata, the husband of Toyoko. Father of three daughters and two sons, one being Josho Higashikata.


The wife of Norisuke Higashikata II.

Norisuke Higashikata III

Born Josho Higashikata, he is the second child and first son of Norisuke Higashikata II. He is the husband of Tomoko and the father of two daughters and Norisuke Higashikata IV.


Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 29, Norisuke Higashikata, Tsurugi Higashikata, and Yotsuyu Yagiyama, Part 3 (Appears in flashback(s))

Tomoko was the mother of Norisuke Higashikata IV (whose birth name was Josuke Higashikata). She reassured him when he asked questions about the family's curse.

Yoshiteru Kira

The father of Yoshikage Kira and late husband of Holy Joestar-Kira.

Kujo Family

Sadafumi Kujo

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 47, Hato Brought Her Boyfriend Home, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Sadafumi Kujo (空条 貞文 Kūjō Sadafumi) is the father of Josefumi Kujo. He divorced with Kiyomi and left her to care for Josefumi. Possibly the SBR universe counterpart of Sadao Kujo.

Kiyomi Kujo

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 47, Hato Brought Her Boyfriend Home, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
JJL Chapter 50, Vitamin C and Killer Queen, Part 1 (Appears in flashback(s))
Kiyomi Kujo (空条 聖美 Kūjō Kiyomi) is the mother of Josefumi Kujo. She was a voluptuous woman with long blond hair, but was irresponsible and neglectful toward her son. She was fired because of repeated absenteeism while claiming to be sick and subsequently promising herself that she would become more responsible. One day at the beach, she nearly let Josefumi drown in the sea, being completely bothered by his presence. However, she still dived in to save him. After the incident, her relationship with Josefumi became practically nonexistent.

Atsunori Iwakiri

Iwakiri Atsunori

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 50, Vitamin C and Killer Queen, Part 1 (Appears in flashback(s))
Atsunori Iwakiri (岩切 厚徳 Iwakiri Atsunori) is a star baseball player, nicknamed "God shoulder A-kun" by the crowd. He damaged his shoulder with small hope of recovery just before he was going to be accepted into the major leagues. Desperate, he bought a Rokakaka fruit from Aisho Dainenjiyama to heal his shoulder. He made a full recovery in exchange for his teeth and lower jaw, which turned to stone.

Zaihei Nigatake


Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 56, The Milagro Man, Part 1
Zaihei Nigatake (苦竹 財平 Nigatake Zaihei) is a man who tricked Joshu into being cursed by the Milagro Man's money, which he received by stealing from a cursed man in Europe who was pretending to be homeless. Once confronted, he explains the curse to Joshu and gives him advice on how to get rid of it. Joshu decides to return the curse to Zaihei using his Stand, and walks away afterwards, leaving Zaihei overwhelmed by the Milagro Man's money.

Rena Nanami

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 56, The Milagro Man, Part 1 (Appears in photos)
Rena Nanami (菜々美レナ Nanami Rena) is a famous idol with many fans (especially male ones), Joshu being particularly infatuated with her; however, he states she is not as cute as Yasuho. Joshu pressures his father to give him money to go to one of her conventions.


Oingo Boingo Brothers Adventure

Mr. O

Mr. O is the editor of Shueisha employee who met Boingo boy in Egypt while on vacation. The employee received the Stand book and later photographed this manga when it had only the predictions shown during Stardust Crusaders events (indicating it happened shortly after the end of Part 3). Mr. O fears that the book runs out of pages after numerous predictions.

Rohan Kishibe Goes to Gucci

Frida Giannini

Frida Giannini

Frida Giannini

Frida is the creative director of the Gucci brand. The Gucci brand strives the philosophy that respects traditions within the convention of beauty that gives birth to a new beauty that creates the best in quality and innovation, and that's why Frida is at the pinnacle of the brand Gucci has given birth to numerous icons to this day, icons that Frida respects and, with her unique talents, gives them a new interpretation which gives birth to an innovative design. The artisans give this a physical form and breathe life into them, so they could be called Frida's right hand men. For many generations the artisans continued using traditional skills combined with Frida's innovative design for Gucci, earning the world's trust. She's based on the real-life Frida Giannini.

Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan - Episode 5: Millionaire Village

The Gods of the Mountain (Mentioned only)

The Gods of the Mountain are the entity that put the Village of Millionaires under a curse. The residents (or those who want to be one of them) of the village who show good manners gain something, usually money, while those who don't lose things, mostly the life of a friend. The village had 11 residents, all at the age of 25, that became rich from one day to another after living in there. Kyoka Izumi, who wanted to buy a house in there, went to the village with Rohan Kishibe and was greeted by the gods' butler, Ikkyu. Izumi failed at her test and lost the lives of her mother and fiancee. The gods can give as many chances as they want, but one by one things will be lost if the person keeps failing. After realizing the identity of Ikkyu's master to be the Gods of the Mountain through Heaven's Door, Rohan decides to leave the place with Izumi and never go back.

Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan - Episode 6: Poaching Seashore


Virgina is Tonio's girlfriend who arrives in Morioh when he is 24. She had a brain tumor that was apparently healed by Pearl Jam thanks to Morioh's Disk Abalone.

Mochizuki Family Moon Viewing: Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan Episode 4

Mochizuki Family

The Mochizuki Family (望月家 Mochizuki-ke, the names have been changed) are a cursed family comprising the grandmother (78 years old), the father (50 years old), his wife (46 years old), and their son (15 years old) and daughter (21 years old) and their dog. The father is a company employee while his wife is a housewife, and both his children are still students.

Unbeknownst to them, the family is stalked by a spirit taking the form of a man with a rabbit mask who brings misfortune to anyone in the family who doesn't spend the harvest moon night watching the moon. The family as a whole is incredibly unlucky, but those who watch the harvest moon have had long lives. The family lived like this since the battle of Sekigahara.

Moon Spirit

The Moon Spirit is a supernatural creature taking the form of a man wearing a grid patterned suit and a rabbit mask, but also has attributes of a hare such as unnaturally clawed fingers, long hare ears and prominent front teeth. It also possesses a wristwatch. It is invisible to humans.

The Spirit stalks the Mochizuki Family and is responsible for many unfortunate events that endanger the family, seemingly taking pleasure in tormenting the family. However, the Spirit cannot take the life of a former family member (such as a Mochizuki woman who becomes engaged to another).

Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan - Episode 9: D.N.A


Obanazawa (尾花沢) is the illegitimate father of Mao Katahira. This section requires expansion.


  1. Chapter 39: Fire and Ice, Jonathan and Dio (1)
  2. Death 13 - Vol.5 "Shueisha Jump Remix Stardust Crusaders Edition" P152 The Secret of JOJO Characters
  3. Chapter 476: Narancia's Aerosmith (6)
  4. 4.0 4.1 SO Chapter 51: Kiss of Love & Revenge (1)
  5. 5.0 5.1 SO Chapter 33: Foo Fighters (3) p.7
  6. SBR Chapter 5: First Stage: 15,000 Meters pp. 12-20
  7. SBR Chapter 12: First Stage: Disqualified from Victory
  8. SBR Chapter 1: The Steel Ball Run: Press Conference

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