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My boning knife can and will cut anything!
~ Princess Tosatsu

Princess Tosatsu (also known as Totsusahime) is a false secondary antagonist to supporting character of 2013 game Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea (as well as the 2020 re-release of the same name), she isn't really a villain despite of being a antagonist.


Under Contruction

Before the Events of the game little is known about her past except that she is the Daughter of Artamos and a unknown mother (who was never seen in game).

However, despite being redeemed, she is still defeated by almost drowning in the sea kingdom since a spell that was put on her before she entered the kingdom that made her breathe underwater wore off.

Despite this, she along with other members of the Tosatsu kingdom and the Demons return to help the Sea Kingdom to defeat the Sea of Death.

After the events of the game she had matured a bit and possibly made the spell that made her breathe underwater permanent.


Princess Tosatsu wears a red furisode with a gradient pattern and red kimono sandals. She sports a rabbit ear headband to go with her kingdom's rabbit theme. She has long brown hair reminiscent of a hime cut. Her fingernails are painted red.


Princess Tosatsu has a childish personality. She is cantankerous, bad-tempered, and argumentative, which was reflected when she received a letter from "Uomi" and went on to hire demons and invade the Blue Sea kingdom on the intent of slaughtering Uomi.


AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! My boning knife can cut anything! Because I am always practicing with my own rabbits!!

... but, only my sister, I don't want to hurt her

~ Tosatu's boss item



  • Princess Tosatsu represents a humanoid version of a Bunny
  • Despite her only appearing when the Tosatsu soldiers invade the Sea Kingdom, she is still considered one of the main villains of the game.
  • She is similar to Moge-ko.
  • Tosatsu literally means "slaughter", making her name mean "slaughter princess," and her kingdom "slaughter kingdom."
  • Her father, Artamos, was once a huge, ferocious beast. Now he is just a robotic rabbit head since he was cursed by a Witch.
  • Princess Tosatsu is not Princess Uomi's sister, they are just 2 princesses of kingdoms. However, Uomi's actual sister is Princess Mikotsu
  • Its assumed in the post game the spell was possibly made permanent.
  • As stated by Deep-Sea Prisoner Tosatsu had became more mature after the events of Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea, Regardless she still shows her violent side sometimes.


          &nbspDeep Sea Prisoner Villains

Mogeko Castle
King mogeko | Shinya Kurai | Moge-ko | Mogekos | Mogeko Monster

The Gray Garden

Flame Word

Ivlis | Emalf | Poemi | Rieta | Mogekos | Flame Demons | Monster in the Darkness



Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea/Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea -Reboot-

Sea of Death

Shiranami | Mikotsuhime | Old | Sheep | Stella | Tsuribari | Mogekos | Flame Demons

Tosatsu kingdom



Mogekos | Flame Demons | Idate

Ice Scream/Watching the Iceberg Isle
Idate | Mogekos

General Hashasky's Great Adventure/Mogeko Castle Gaiden
Moge-ko | Mogekos

Carnival Rhythm

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