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My beautiful scissors!
~ Genocide Jack
Don't get your blood on my glasses... I'm the Cinderella of the slaughter flower garden! Kyeehahahahaha!
~ Genocide Jack in DRAE: Ultra Despair Girls.

Toko Fukawa, along with her alter-ego Genocide Jack (also known as Genocide Jill or Genocider Syo), is one of the main protagonists of the Danganronpa franchise. A student at Hope's Peak Academy who suffers from multiple personality disorder, Toko Fukawa's other self is a notorious serial killer with a comically villainous persona. She first appeared as a major character in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, before reappearing as the the deuteragonist of Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls, and as a supporting character in Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy.

She was voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro in the Japanese version of both the video game and the anime. In the English version of the game, Toko was voiced by Amanda Céline Miller, while Jack was voiced by Erin Fitzgerald. In the English version of the anime, she was voiced by Carli Mosier.


During the Killing School Life, Toko Fukawa was one of the 16 students locked inside Hope's Peak Academy. When the students try to figure out who the mastermind controlling Monokuma could be, some speculate that it could be the infamous serial killer Genocide Jack, though this prediction is later disproven.

In Chapter 2, Byakuya Togami studies the murder cases related to Genocide Jack in the library, and after Toko tells Byakuya her secret in confidence, he tampers with the crime scene in order to frame Genocide Jack (mostly for his own amusement), much to Toko's chagrin. Eventually, Toko is forced to reveal her other personality to testify in front of the other students. Despite confessing to a number of previous murders, it quickly becomes clear that Toko is not the murderer in this particular case due to the planted evidence, and Genocide Jack is cleared as a suspect.

In Chapter 6, Genocide Jack once again plays in instrumental role, this time due to her memories of Hope's Peak Academy, which all the other students (including Toko) have forgotten due to it being erased from their minds. She confirms Junko Enoshima's story about the Tragedy, but in the final showdown, she follows Byakuya's lead and sides with Makoto Naegi, helping hope to triumph over despair, leading to Junko's defeat and the students' escape from the academy.

Toko later reappears in Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls, where she helps Komaru Naegi to escape the Warriors of Hope and their army of Monokumas. Genocide Jack is a playable character in this game, and can be activated in combat by pointing a stun-gun at Toko's head. However, when Nagito Komaeda interferes with their journey, Komaru must battle Genocide Jack in a boss fight as she blocks her path to exit the city. But after befriending Komaru, both Toko and Jack have a change of heart and attack Nagito instead, and threaten to kill him until Komaru decides to stay and defeat the Warriors of Hope herself.


  • She's the only character in the series to have ever successfully interfered with an execution, the execution of which being Punishment of the Fighter which was meant to have Kotoko Utsugi executed.
  • Her usage of scissors and superhuman skills with them may be a homage to Mikoto Urabe from Mysterious Girlfriend X, as well as the tally marks on her thigh that show whenever she demonstrated her scissors' abilities.
  • She appears as a guest character in Chain Chronicle: Brave New Continent. Her Max ATK being 8740 while her Max HP is 7900. Her weapon is the Genocide scissors that she regularly uses in the Danagnronpa series and its ability is doubled attack power. Her deathblow is named "Slash Lust" and is a continuous attack that inflicts smaller damage six times and then ends with one slash of medium damage.
  • Her Japanese name "Sho" (翔) is likely a reference to the shared Japanese name of Bates, Alyssa Hale's homicidal alter-ego from the 1998 video game Clock Tower II: The Struggle Within of the Clock Tower.

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Ultimate Despair
Leadership: Monokuma | Junko Enoshima (Alter Ego Junko) | Mukuro Ikusaba
Remnants of Despair: Nagito Komaeda | Izuru Kamukura | Mikan Tsumiki | Ultimate Imposter | Fuyuhiko Kuzuryu | Gundham Tanaka | Sonia Nevermind | Teruteru Hanamura | Peko Pekoyama
Agents: Chisa Yukizome | Kazuo Tengan | Monaca Towa
Warriors of Hope: Monaca Towa | Masaru Daimon | Jataro Kemuri | Kotoko Utsugi | Nagisa Shingetsu | Kurokuma | Nagito Komaeda

Team Danganronpa
Gopher Plan: Tsumugi Shirogane | Monokuma | Monokuma Kubs (Monotaro | Monophanie | Monodam | Monosuke | Monokid) | Motherkuma

Mutual Killing Game Participants
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc: Sayaka Maizono | Leon Kuwata | Mondo Owada | Hifumi Yamada | Celestia Ludenberg | Genocide Jack | Mukuro Ikusaba | Junko Enoshima
Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair: Teruteru Hanamura | Peko Pekoyama | Mikan Tsumiki | Gundham Tanaka | Nagito Komaeda | Junko Enoshima (AI) | Izuru Kamukura
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony: Tsumugi Shirogane | Kirumi Tojo | Korekiyo Shinguji | Kokichi Oma

Danganronpa Gaiden: Killer Killer
Takumi Hijirihara | Momomichi Itō | Rei Shimizu | Eiichiro Saiyama | Ted Chikatilo | Kenji Tsuruhashi | Mimiko Tomizawa | Shūji Fujigawa

Ryota Mitarai | Haiji Towa