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This article is about the character. For the card, see Electrodeity of Light, Amaterasu.

"Electrodeity of Light, Amaterasu", is a character in the Future Card Buddyfight Ace anime and manga, and is the buddy monster of Miko Mikono .

She is voiced by Aimi (Japanese) and Jesse Lynn Northan (English).


Amaterasu is well-meaning, but clumsy. She frequently breaks plates in her buddy's cafe, and stays in a box as punishment. However, she still cares for her buddy, as the reason for her "SD" form is that her buddy likes cats. She also seems to be very expressive in her mannerisms, such as blushing in embarassment, sulking, cuddling, among other examples, due to her constant use of onomatopoeia to show her emotions.


Her SD form is a small black cat with blue tips on her paws and tail. Her eyes are yellow and red, but when her eyes are closed, she has red eyeliner. She wears a bell collar around her neck and still wears her sun crown on top of her head. The inside of her ears are red with blue spots. She also have two white spots on her forehead. 

Her Electrodeity form is a beautiful goddess wearing a velvet red and white robe with gold and brown accents and blue spots. She have light black hair with blue highlights and wears a sun crown on top of her head. She have red and yellow eyes with black pupils.

In her Cafe attire, she wears red velvet dress with a white blouse under it. She wears an apron with a bell tied around her waist and a bolo tie around her neck. She also wears a beautiful red velvet bow with blue designs around her ponytail. She wears long white stockings and red shoes.


She appears in episode 8, possessing Miko in order to protect her.

In episode 10, she is seen with Miko working in the Cafe washing dishes, she is also seen in her new Cafe attire after Miko gave her and the cafe a makeover.

In episode 39, she is seen wiping some plates. When Eden and Miko were chatting, this made Amaterasu mutter in jealousy , causing to accidentally break the plate as she trapped her self in the box


For the full gallery, see Electrodeity of Light, Amaterasu (character) /Gallery.


  • Amaterasu, herself, is based on the Japanese goddess of the sun.
  • She is the daugther of her buddy Izanami, goddess of birth and creation.