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Satomi Aoba (青葉 さとみ Aoba Satomi) is a character featured in the light novel Danganronpa: Togami.
Satomi is a famous young woman who was once a part of Sayaka Maizono's idol group. She and the other members were the closest people to Sayaka, which is why they became Captives for part of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc 's first motive.
Satomi has an appearance noticeably similar to Sayaka's, this being said with her skin shade, hair, and eye color. She is seen wearing a sleeveless pure white dress-like attire with knee high tights and a headband of some sort placed atop her head of somewhat short hair.
Satomi is a happy, brave and cheerful-looking young lady with a sense of humor. She is somewhat hot-headed, as shown by her reactions to her people staring at her too long and she is aware that she is the least popular member of her idol group. She is extremely straight-forward, and acts very innocent as shown by her reaction to how soldiers are supposed to act and her first reaction to attacking.
Chapter 1 - To Survive
Satomi and the rest of Sayaka's idol group member are shown in Monokuma's incentive video given to Sayaka. In the video, she and the other idol collapsed after Sayaka went to Hope's Peak Academy.
Her Idol Group
Satomi was in Sayaka's Idol Group. They appear to have been close friends. Sayaka has mentioned that she has been performing with Satomi and the other three members of their idol group since they were young, and that in a way they are all friends but also rivals.
Ayaka was another girl in Satomi's Idol Group. Like Sayaka says, they were all close friends and rivals in a way as well.
- "Aoba" (青葉) means fresh leaves, which is noted by the Narrator when he first looks at her.
- "Satomi" (さとみ)means "village" or 聡 (sato) meaning "intelligent, clever, bright" combined with 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful".