Momoko (モモコ) is Pink Mask of the Maskmen. She is also one of the protagonists.
When she was young, Momoko was trained in Tai chi chuan and she also becomes strong and dedicated as the story progresses. As an strong-willed character with a pure heart and good intentions, she often teaches Tai Chi to young people. One time, she met Ial and Igam's mother, who gave her the saintly flower known as Carollove. Momoko unconditionally treasures it because it saved her life when she fell underground while she was a kid. However, in the 19th episode, she loses her aura power due to her serious injuries.
Momoko and her comrades team up with the other nine Sentai to stand behind the newest Sentai, the Turborangers, as they faced off against the Hundred Boma Tribes.
Pink Mask is among the Sentai warriors seen in clips when Miku Imamura (MegaPink) lectured Sae Taiga (GaoWhite) about the past female Super Sentai warriors and their shared mastery of disguise and habit of changing their clothing in the blink of an eye, something that Sae had never done before.
Years later, Momoko fought alongside not only her own team, but every single Sentai ranger in existence, against the Empire of Zangyack when it attacked the Earth during the Great Legend War. After decimating hundreds of Gormin and their Zgormin commanders, Kaijou noticed the fleet moving towards them, gathering all the Rangers together and gave them the order to sacrifice their powers to wipe out the first invasion's armada. The Pink Mask powers are later used by Ahim de Famille via the Ranger Keys.
After the defeat of Ackdos Gill, Captain Marvelous returned all the Ranger Keys to the former Sentai heroes. It is assumed Momoko and her teammates received their keys, allowing for them to utilize their powers once again.
- Masky Gyro
- Land Galaxy / Galaxy Robo
- Masking Brace
- Laser Magnum
- Masky Ribbon
- Pink Mask Roader
- Meditation Gesture: Sha (All fingers together in a fist except index fingers), which signifies self-healing.
- The first four letters of her name is the kanji for her color designation.