|Occupation||"Servant of God"|
|Anime Debut||Episode 1|
|Japanese Voice||Kousuke Toriumi|
|English Voice||Chris Niosi|
Uroko is the scale of the Sea God and the protector of the sea village.
As a scale of the Sea God, everyone refers him as Uroko-Sama in respect. Uroko also has Ena, but it's more visible on him with noticeable blue/green shimmering scales on his upper arms and chest. His skin is pale with two red short eyebrows framed with silver/gray bangs. Like all the people of the sea, he has the trademark bright turquoise/teal eyes. His silver/gray hair is extremely long, reaching lower back, and it tapers off into many directions. His face tends to have an apathetic lazy look all the time except occasionally he smirks or grins.
His daily attire consists of baggy, navy blue pants, a tied teal waist sash, and a dark blue open vest. He also has many accessories such as a double stranded necklace, an intricate gold arm cuff, and two gold bangles on each wrist. In the temple, Uroko isn't wearing any footwear except for wrapped socks.
PersonalityEditUroko is very lazy as he mostly spends his time in his shrine laying down and not moving around much, although he is skinny. The citizens of the village often bring him food and offerings in exchange for sacred blue fire.
He also appears to be extremely perverse, When Manaka bought him soup along with Hikari, he leaned in and smelled her extended arm, stating that she "smelled like she was in heat". After Manaka screamed and ran out, he explained to Hikari that it was mating season. Later on, after the timeskip/ hibernation, he also smelled Miuna Shiodome and told her "she had a womanly scent".
He also seems to be childishly mischievous, as he cursed Manaka to grow a fish from her knee because she slammed a bowl of food into his face and he cursed Tsumugu to have a fish on his elbow after Tsumugu came up with a plan to lure Uroko by using porn magazines.
Uroko is the scale of the Sea God's shoulder blade which fell after the Sea God's body died and his feelings merged with the sea.
He seems apathetic and does not seem to care about the stories of the Ojoshi-sama but he reveals to Hikari, when Miuna becomes the sacrifice and the Sea God's will is unleashed, he also loved Ojoshi-sama.