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Maiko Shimazaki is a support character in Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE.


Maiko is a former model and the founder/president of Fortuna Entertainment. As its head, she leads its efforts in recruiting and employing creative talents, but her true purpose in running the company is recruiting those with the potential to become Mirage Masters. Although she is not a Mirage Master herself, she can assist the party with Backup Skills, and in Encore she can participate in Session Attacks. Her birthday is February 15.

In Chapter 2, Maiko is kidnapped by a corrupted Nobu Horinozawa and must be rescued by Itsuki and the others. Maiko and Nobu were once partners in their work, with much of Maiko's most popular modeling captured by Nobu's camerawork. Together, they collaborated on a series of photo books entitled "My Complex." The series was intended to be a trilogy, but only the first two volumes were completed before Maiko gave up modeling to found Fortuna Entertainment and fight back against Mirages. The first volume of My Complex provides inspiration to Tsubasa, who through studying Maiko's poses, attitude and composure, is able to understand what Nobu wants in his models. By taking advantage of this, the party is able to reignite Nobu's passions and allows him to drive Gangrel from his body.

After her rescue, Maiko continues to run Fortuna Entertainment while serving as a mother figure to the Mirage Masters under her employ. She regularly meets with other members of the entertainment industry in order to secure jobs for the talent her company represents, and also holds secret meetings with law enforcement to ensure that the Mirage Masters are able to perform their duties unimpeded. Later in the game, she dreams up various collaborations for the Mirage Masters that take the form of Duo Arts.


Maiko, a former model (gravure idol in the Japanese version), takes a motherly, protective attitude toward the Mirage Masters she recruits. She is a quick thinker and highly observant. Maiko is also a fan of alcohol; she often spends late hours drinking with other members of the entertainment industry, and as a result often suffers from hangovers. She also has a playful, teasing side, and jokingly flirts with Itsuki at points hoping to catch him off guard, though she does this for her own amusement and doesn't have any serious romantic intent.

In Game

Backup Skills

Name Description Unlocking Requirements
Drinking Connections Increases the money earned from selling items. Maiko Side Story 1: Booze and the Boss
Organizational Skills Increases the maximum quantity of consumaable items that can be held, and increases the the number of items. Maiko Side Story 2: Lost Memories
My First Wallet Decreases cost of buying items from stores. Maiko Side Story 3: Godmother

Session Skills

Encore only

Type Name Effects Notes
GIR Sword Icon.pngSword Weapon-Slash Light Sword damage. Triggers after a Physical Session skill. Area of Aspiration Floor 3 - after completing Maiko's Side Story 1: Booze and the Boss


Maiko Shimazaki - Fortuna President
With Itsuki and Ayaha, Maiko continued supporting Fortuna's growing stable of talent with her ideal of creating a casual environment. They tried to ban drinking in the office, but Maiko adamantly opposed it, declaring that it would "ruin everything she's worked for."
Maiko Shimazaki - Tipsy President
After helping young talents succeed in show business, she gained a reputation for her knack for seeing the true potential in entertainers. Fortuna expanded, and although she is busy managing it, she holds yearly auditions, and is always excited to see new talent.
Maiko Shimazaki - Team Mom
After the incident with Horinozawa, Maiko began considering a return to the modeling business. After the issue of the Shadow Dragon was dealt with, she started dieting more and more. The release date of the next volume of "My Complex" may be closer than ever...
Maiko Shimazaki - Goddess Fortuna
After the success of her collaboration projects, Maiko's reputation soared and she garnered the attention of many media outlets. Fortuna became a household name, and thanks to Maiko's ingenuity and capabilities, the agency went on to produce even more new stars.
Maiko Shimazaki - The Legend's Return
After stepping down, Maiko made a quick comeback in to the modeling industry. Soon enough, the third volume of "My Complex" was published. The media dubbed her "Everyone's Big Sister," and she made many appearances in magazines, TV, radio, and countless other platforms.

Non-Canon Appearances

Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher)

Maiko Shimazaki is illustrated in the trading card game Fire Emblem Cipher with the following cards:

Choose Your Legends Placement History

Round Placement Character Version Votes

CYL1 Ineligible
CYL2 Ineligible
CYL3 Ineligible
CYL4 83
Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE
CYL5 69
Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE

CYL6 48
Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE


The characters in her given name "Maiko" mean "dance child." Had the finished game had Maiko as a playable character, it would be a reference to her Mirage partner's class, which would have been a Dancer.


  • Maiko has a blood type of AB, stands at 168 cm (5 feet, 6 inches), weighs at 56 kgs (123 lbs), and her three sizes are 94B-60W-86H.
    • Her age is listed as "Do you really want to know?", a trait she shares with Manuela from Fire Emblem: Three Houses, whose age in her profile is listed as Secret.
  • During development of Tokyo Mirage Sessions, consideration was given to making Maiko a playable character with a Dancer-class Mirage partner, which would have resulted with her having either Phina or Olivia as her partner, due to how all story-important Mirages in the game hailing from either Shadow Dragon or Awakening. This idea was revisited in Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore, in which Maiko participates in Session combos in an outfit that resembles a combination of Olivia's outfit with elements of Azura's Dark Songstress outfit from Fates' Conquest route.
  • Maiko is the only main character in Tokyo Mirage Sessions, both for playable and support characters, whose does not have a Side Quest that involves defeating certain enemies or a side boss.


See main article: Maiko Shimazaki/Gallery.