Toko is a little girl with a large head and eyes. She has relatively short dark hair that slopes down into points at the sides. She wears a dark kimono with a dotted belt around the waist.
Toko constantly laughs, even when she cries in sadness, and likes to make jokes when she is happy, especially about her name. She is a very friendly little girl who is grateful, as shown when she thanked Sanji for feeding her soba noodles. She usually takes her job seriously, but was willing to be late to her courtesan's procession to try the soba.
Her cheerful and fun-loving nature also led her to disregard danger as she laughed uncontrollably at Orochi during his banquet despite the consequences. She also continued to laugh nonstop even when Orochi held her at sword point, threatening to kill her.
Wano Country ArcEdit
Toko went to a soba stand in the Flower Capital operated by Sanji, but after receiving her soba, the bowl was knocked out of her hands by some thugs from the Kyoshiro Family who were attempting to intimidate Sanji. Toko ran into a nearby alley and came out after Sanji and Franky had beaten the thugs, and to her delight, Sanji gave her another bowl of soba. After finishing the soba, Toko ran off to join Komurasaki in her procession through the Flower Capital.
Toko and Komurasaki went to Orochi Castle to partake in the shogun Orochi's banquet. When Orochi started talking about the return of Kozuki Oden's Nine Red Scabbards, Toko overheard the other guests making fun of him and was unable to stop herself from laughing. Orochi then attacked her with his sword, and when Komurasaki stepped in to defend her, Toko was carried away by the geisha Nico Robin, whom she had met at the soba stand.
As Orochi was going beserk in the banquet hall, Toko begged Robin to help Komurasaki, but Robin was more preoccupied with protecting Toko. Upon seeing Brook's spirit form, Toko screamed in terror and fainted. After Kyoshiro struck down Komurasaki, Orochi pursued Toko and Robin until Nami unleashed Zeus.
- In her debut, Toko made a joke about putting the O- prefix before her name as is common for females in Wano, saying she was not a boy. Otoko (男?) is the Japanese word for man or male.
- A kamuro was a courtesan-in-training. They were apprenticed to an established courtesan to learn proper etiquette and to become versed in a variety of feminine arts that would serve them later on when they had to entertain customers. They also assisted the courtesan while she was on a job by running errands for her.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 One Piece Manga — Chapter 927, Toko makes her debut.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1
- ↑ One Piece Manga — Chapter 933.