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Sayaka Sumino (隅野 さやか Sumino Sayaka) is one of the main characters in Aho-Girl (Anime).


Sayaka is a beautiful pale-skinned young girl with long blonde hair and brown eyes. She has an extremely flat chest, which still looks flat even after she pads it.


Episode 1


Sayaka is a level-headed and kind girl who worries about being boring. She also assumes the straight-man role alongside Akuru Akutsu, often moderating interactions between Yoshiko Hanabatake and others. She is very sensitive, especially when others point out her small chest, which appears slightly small, even after she pads it. Most people acknowledge her kind aura and the binding and relaxing effect it has on everyone.

A running gag throughout the anime is that she will often lose her cool and start shouting.


Akuru Akutsu

Sayaka tried her best to befriend Akuru. While she considered him scary, she changed her view after Yoshiko told her that Akuru had no other friends and she took pity on him and said that she will become his friend and told him to smile. Like Yoshiko, she calls him A-Kun and though she felt sorry for him she seems to genuinely see him as a friend and often worries for him because he is lonely.

Yoshiko Hanabatake

Yoshiko is a close friend of Sayaka, despite getting dragged into almost all of her shenanigans.

Ruri Akutsu

Ever since Sayaka encouraged her, Ruri started to like Sayaka and seems to prefer her over Yoshiko. Ruri sees Sayaka as surrogate big sister since she has common sense and is always kind to her when trying to help.

Fuuki Iinchou

Sayaka wants to help Fuuki Iincho, as such she devises a plan to help her realizes that she is indeed a pervert and help her change for the better, even when this plan takes a toll on her.


  • The given name Sayaka means "clear" or "brilliant"; the surname Sumino means "corner, nook" (隅) (sumi) and "field, wilderness" (野) (no).
  • Sayaka might have a low alcohol tolerance as she once got drunk off of fumes.
  • She shares her given name with her seiyuu, Sayaka Harada.