Azusa Enomoto
Japanese name: 榎本 梓
(Enomoto Azusa)
Age: 23
Gender: Female
First appearance: Manga: Chapter 438
Anime: Episode 152

Episodes: 12
Movies: 1
Chapters: 15
Openings: 3

Keyhole number: Volume 43
Japanese voice: Mikiko Enomoto

Azusa Enomoto (榎本 梓 ,Enomoto Azusa) is a character in the manga and anime franchise, Detective Conan.


Azusa is a kind and young worker at the Cafe Poirot, the coffee shop that is directly under the Mouri Detective Agency. Kogoro often goes there for a quick coffee break. Azusa sometimes gives Kogoro a case to solve, mostly involving missing cell phones and cell phone messages.

Difference Edit

Azusa is a character that has gone through numerous significant changes. Her first appearance look was only used once, as a throw-away character in The Mysterious Old Man Disappearance Case at the end, still working in Cafe Poirot, which also looked different. However, after this appearance, the character received a big makeover, as did the Cafe. This version of the character was used in two different episodes, and in one she even provided assistance in helping Conan solve the case. in the other appearance, she appeared in the new look Cafe, asking for orders from Conan, Ran, Kogoro, and Shizuka Hattori. After these appearances, Azusa received one last final makeover, as did the Cafe, in a look that is still used today. The voice actress has not changed throughout all of her appearances, voiced by Mikiko Enomoto

Relationships analysisEdit

Family & FriendsEdit

Kogoro, Ran and ConanEdit

Azusa has been on good terms with the 3. All 3 live in the 2 floors above her workplace at the Cafe.

Sugihito EnomotoEdit

Her Brother Sugihito, aged 27, was introduced in episode 526. He was a suspect in a murder case, however with all her thoughts she believed her brother was not the killer. Later she goes to find him at a warehouse, but is attacked and knocked out. The real killer then tells Sugihito that if he wants his sister to survive, he must write out a final confession and then hang himself. Before he is forced to do so, Detective Sato arrests the real killer and Sugihito is proven innocent.

Name originEdit

She and her voice actress share the same family name "Enomoto".


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