Futaba is a mild-mannered, polite, warm and calm woman, the spitting image of the obedient Japanese housewife. Although she is very subservient to her husband, she learns not stand down when it comes to protecting her daughter. She had been talked down to by her husband and had never retorted. However, after a certain conflict with Tadashi, she reverts to her normal personality and speaks with a "nya" at the end of her sentences. She is fairly tomboyish when she is her true self. When she is angry, she is extremely threatening, the opposite of her usual attitude, and is so frightening that she terrifies her husband.
AppearanceShe has long, straight moss green hair with a leaf clip at her bangs. She wears a brown sweater over a light green shirt, and a golden cross pendant. She ties her hair into a ponytail when she reverts to her original personality, as well taking on a fiercer look which sharply contrasts with her previously timid persona.
Futaba's given name Futaba means "two-leafed." Her family name, Morizono, means "forest garden."