Kyoko Inamori (稲森京子 Inamori Kyōko) was a former member of Alchemy Stars and Hiroya Fujimiya's friend and first lover. She was also the first to know of Fujimiya's alter-ego as Ultraman Agul.


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Back in the year 1997, she and other the Alchemy Stars scientist created Crisis, a future-predicting machine. The machine predicted that the Earth be destroyed by the Roots Of Destruction. However, it also predicts that mankind would be the cause of its destruction, thus leading Fujimiya and Inamori leaving the organization.

She was seen again when Fujimya returned to the lab where he first merged with Agul to recharge his powers. At the same time, Gamu also paid a visit and Algyuros, a Metal Organism almost killed her if not for Fujimiya/Agul saved her.

Following the death of her hamster pet, Lily in the hands of Algyuros, she also had controlled a Gomenos in an attempt to prove Fujyimya's theories correct but her plan backfired and was killed by the monster when it rebelled against her control. Fujimiya avenged her death by killing Gomenos.

In episode 36, the Root of Destruction intruded Fujimiya's personal jet as a program and used Kyoko's appearance as an interface. Here, she tried to persuade Fujimiya into joining her but he refused and his jet's antivirus system expelled her.

Later, Queen Mezard tried to lure Fujimiya into joining her by creating an illusion of Kyoko Inamori. However, he managed to snapped away and killed the imposter with a pistol.

Skills and Abilities

  • Intelligence: Inamori is one of the first members of the Alchemy Stars, a group of young geniuses who created all the technology used by XIG. She often used her scientific research to prove Fujimiya's theories were right.
  • Monster Controller: An invention she shared with Fujimiya, Inamori firstly launched a antennae missile to selected monsters and control their actions. However, this gadget was proven ineffective after Gomenos menaged to free from her control.


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