- Masaya Kimura (鬼村将哉, Kimura Masaya?)
- Masaya is a chikan who stalks and subsequently rapes the Kiryū family.
- Manaka Kiryū (桐生愛花, Kiryū Manaka?)
- Manaka is Aoi's younger sister; a girl with short black hair who wears a blue dress. The player can make her wear cat ears so she can meow and/or produce cat noises.
- Voiced by: Natsumi Yanase
- Aoi Kiryū (桐生蒼, Kiryū Aoi?)
- Aoi is Manaka's older sister; a brunette girl with long hair who wears a school girl uniform. The player may choose to have her hair in a ponytail or down and free-flowing. The default setting for her hair is in a ponytail.
- Voiced by: Mao Enokizu
- Yūko Kiryū (桐生夕子, Kiryū Yūko?)
- Yuuko is Manaka's and Aoi's mother; a brown-haired woman with short hair who wears a green shirt. Yuuko also has the largest breasts, and optionally can wear glasses to make her produce virgin/nerd sound effects.
- Voiced by: Unknown, credited only as "Kaori"
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