Juuna Daitoku is one of the main protagonists of the visual novel and anime series Robotics;Notes. She is a third-year student at Tanegashima HIgh School and a member of the Robot Research Club. She is also a karate practitioner. Despite being a member of the club, Junna has a deep phobia of robots due to one falling on her when she was a child. She is also the granddaughter of Tetsuharu Fujita.
She is voiced by Sora Tokui in the Japanese version and Monica Rial in the English version, the former of whom also voices Nico Yazawa.
Despite being the same age as Kaito and Akiho, Junna has the appearance of someone much younger. She is of rather small stature and has dark-blue eyes. She has short, purple hair and a lightly tanned complexion. She is typically shown in her school uniform but also dons a slightly baggy karate gi when appropriate.
Junna is shown to be a very timid and meek young woman. She rarely speaks loudly unless she is with someone she is familiar with and is easily scared and prone to crying. She is generally lacking in confidence and does not think highly of herself.
Despite her timidness, Junna, once she has opened up to someone, is shown to be a very pleasant and kind-hearted individual. She also tends to get easily flustered when awkward topics are discussed, particularly anything perverted, which Kona is prone to talking about.
Due to a traumatic experience as a child, Junna is terrified of robots and is hesitant to do anything involving them. The only reason she joined the Robotics Club was because she had nothing better to do, and she even considers quitting after her grandfather, with whom she's had a distant relationship with ever since the accident, ends up in the hospital. With the help of Akiho, however, Junna is able to overcome her phobia and reconcile with her grandfather after eleven years.
Skills & Abilities
Junna is a practitioner of karate, though she claims she is not particularly skilled. She serves as the model for the programming's motion capture sequences. Junna later operates the "Laser Gun," the energy feeder for the GunPro robots.