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|jname=佐倉モモ (Sakura Momo)
|jname=佐倉モモ (Sakura Momo)
|seiyuu=[http://anidb.net/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=creator&creatorid=305 Chiwa Saitou]
|age=Younger than Kyoko (Deceased)
|age=Younger than Kyoko (Deceased)

Revision as of 18:26, 5 January 2012

This section may contain major spoilers for the anime!

Please refrain from reading if you haven't watched the latest episode yet.

"Aw. But Momo likes fried shrimp!" ~ Momo Sakura in Drama CD 3

Momo Sakura
Momo Sakura-manga.jpg
Japanese Name 佐倉モモ (Sakura Momo)
Seiyū Chiwa Saitou
Age Younger than Kyoko (Deceased)

Official Info

  • Kyoko's little sister. She appears only in flashbacks, having died before the beginning of the series.

Trivia and Speculation

  • She might be the witch Elsa Maria who Kyubey secretly made into a Puella Magi. This seems too unlikely, especially since Kyoko said, in Episode 7, that everyone but her in her family were killed.
  • Her full name is revealed in the Drama CD 3. Much like Yuma, she refered to herself in the third person
  • Momo may be named after the title character of Magical Princess Minky Momo, an early magical girl series. Although he claimed it wasn't an inspiration for Madoka, Producer Atsuhiro Iwakami has stated that he was fond of the show. It's also notable that the title character of Minky Momo actually died in a car accident (but was reincarnated).
  • An anime design for Momo was drawn but it was never use in the series, instead they used a paper cutout.

Momo in Oriko Magica

She appears in a flashback, when Kyoko looks at Yuma and she is reminded of her little sister.



This section contains fanart images

Everything in the following fan gallery is created, or the comments accompanying them are created, for entertainment value and should not be confused with actual canon events of the Puella Magi franchise.

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