This female police officer guards Josuke's room in Morioh Hospital, where he rests after his initial meeting with Yasuho and Joshu. While Josuke plans to leave, Yasuho tells him that she can simply take a picture of his hat and leave by herself. Refusing, Josuke uses Soft & Wet to drain the water from the Officer's body, immediately making her thirsty. She leaves her post to take a drink of water from the fountain across the hallway, giving the pair the opportunity to leave.
This man owns the SBR Hat Shop, a business that has been running since 1891. When Yasuho and Josuke inquire about Josuke's sailor hat, the owner recognizes the hat, and reveals that he sold it three days ago to 'Yoshikage Kira'. He recognizes Josuke as Kira, and tells him Kira's address: Morioh Building 258-204.
While Josuke is being attacked by Ojiro Sasame, he briefly remembers a man's face. From what little is seen of him, he sports shoulder-length straight hair with a bang partially hiding the right side of his face. Josuke believes it is a man whom he knew in his pastlife. His true identity is not revealed within the story.
A woman invited by Ojiro Sasame to go swimming with him some time before he met Yoshikage Kira. He uses his Stand to clip her to the ground underwater for fun. He says he didn't actually kill her, but also says that even if he did the police wouldn't be able to prove anything against him.
Given the seemingly harmless setting at the time, it is unknown as to how she wounded herself to fall under Ojiro's control, and her fate remains unclear.
A couple of boys riding on bicycles who accidentally encounter a woman, when one of them accidentally bumps into the trash can she's in. The boys stop and watch as she stands up, covering herself with the trash can, lamenting about going back to Tokyo. She trips and rolls over; the boys are dumbfounded and awestruck to find out that she's completely naked.
One of the boys have a hat that resembles the pirate hat used in Jump Comics' logo.
An elderly resident of Morioh who is eating ramen. Josuke encounters her in her house when he takes a shortcut through a garden while following Paisley Park's directions. They both stare at each other for a moment before Josuke awkwardly excuses himself. However, pursued by Born This Way, Josuke turns around and enters the old woman's house. She ends up buried in snow and her ultimate fate is unknown.
A little boy inhabiting the house in which Josuke tries to evade Born This Way. Shocked by the intrusion and the apparition of snow, the boy begins to cry. He opens a way out of the house when Josuke realizes that the boy is unaffected by the Stand. His T-shirt adorning a ladybug symbol is reminiscent of Giorno Giovanna.
A taxi driver stationing in front of the Morioh University Hospital. When Josuke bumps against the car, the driver mistakes him for a client and remotely opens the door of his cab, triggering an attack from Born This Way. Paisley Park contacts the taxi driver through the cell phone and Josuke orders him to close the door, making Born This Way disappear before he is crushed against a pole.
An inhabitant of Shakedown Road who coerces Joshu into giving his lunch money as compensation for breaking the woman's daughter's compact. She uses Les Feuilles to make Joshu stomp on the compact and uses a sticker stuck on Joshu's shoe as proof and pressures him into giving compensation.
An elderly resident of Shakedown Road and pet shop owner who tries to extort Josuke into paying for a turtle he made Josuke unwittingly kill. After being "paid back" by Josuke, he later tells Josuke of Johnny Joestar's unfortunate end.
Three thugs who use Josuke and Joshu to commit a drug deal with a girl, utilizing the Shakedown Road's Les Feuilles to avoid getting caught by the police and pin the blame on Josuke. Joshu tries to take the money for themselves, but the thugs manage to catch up to him before he escaped; Joshu is saved by his Stand when it detaches one of the thugs' hand, shocking them long enough for him to run away.The three of them are proficient at utilising Les Feuilles' properties to their advantage. Josuke uses his Stand to take the money from the thugs and pay the pet shop owner.
A well-endowed woman with a noticeable tattoo on her inner thigh and having business with the three thugs. She performs a shady exchange with the thugs through Les Feuilles and leaves with her package with the thugs, watching police officers and Josuke and Joshu struggle with each other.
Two policemen investigating a drug trade happening between the three thugs and the voluptuous woman in Shakedown Road. Fooled by Josuke and Joshu who act as decoy mules and unaware of Les Feuilles, they arrest the duo when Josuke accidentally elbows one of them, allowing the real criminals to perform their deal. However, they only find candy and money on Josuke while Joshu escapes, and the policemen have no choice but to release Josuke and pursue the woman.
A mysterious baby boy who was washed up on the beach of Morioh in the year 1901. He was saved by a local fisherman, however he had nothing on him that could help identify him. His fate after that remains unknown. When he was found he wore nothing but some jewelry, socks and what appears to be a woolen hat.
A trio of thugs belonging to an association named the "Morioh Confederation". When Yasuho Hirose comes to them, mistaking their car for a police car due to Paper Moon King's power, they try to drug her and assault her. Paisley Park saves Yasuho by twisting the ankle of the driver, making the car crash.
A wealthy old man in a wheelchair who ate one of the fruits he was given by Aisho Dainenjiyama. Yasuho and Tsurugi watch as his feet regenerate, granting him the ability to walk. He runs to his wife in joy, which is when his eyes turn to rocks and fall out, to Yasuho and Tsurugi's horror.
Aisho's girlfriend was someone Aisho was madly in love with to the point where he revealed the secret of his race to her and his heart problems. However, she did not return those feelings, as she had an affair with another man while Aisho was hibernating. Yotsuyu claims that she stole the deed to Aisho's house, sold it, and had it torn down while she ran off with the money.
A balding obese man with whom Karera has business. He has paid her to regrow his hair and has set a meeting in a local coffee shop. When both head into the restrooms to make the hair grow back in private, Josuke barges in, misunderstanding the situation, and makes the man flee. The salaryman only partially regrows his hair in the shape of his hands and flees without paying Karera.
Two tourists whom Karera antagonises for seemingly no reason. Karera stealthily grows a hair on one of the tourists' credit cards and pulls it to her, then deduces the code of the card and steals a large sum of money.
Two policemen watching over a plaza of Morioh's commercial district. They witness the A. Phex Brothers playing football in public and ask them to stop disrupting the public order. Seeing that the brothers are suspicious, they try to arrest them but get handcuffed together, one of the officers having his jaw pierced by the handcuffs.
A man who is a great fan of the actor Johnny Depp, to the point he's seemingly groomed his beard to look like Depp's. After Joshu Higashikata wins a figure of Depp's character in a pirate movie, the fan asks to buy Joshu's figure for 30,000 yen, contributing further to Joshu's accumulated wealth of Milagro Man's bills.
A hostess bar owner in Morioh. In the know about the Milagro Man's money, the bar owner becomes suspicious because Joshu is spending a large amount of money in his establishment. Unwilling to bear the curse, the owner shoves more money into Joshu's pocket and tries to beat him up to frighten him away, but Joshu's Nut King Call bolts the owner to his subordinates, allowing him to leave unscathed.
A mysterious man whom little is known about. He appears to be well-recognized in the underworld of Japan, as a nightclub owner refused Joshu Higashikata's absurd amount of money and paid him back with interest just to leave, fearing Joshu might be working for the man. The word milagro is Spanish for miracle and also shares the name with the Japanese leather goods company.
As an urban legend goes, the Milagro Man was an arms dealer from an unknown country who became rich from wars all over the world due to his business of making and selling incredible weapons. After his death, his descendants took over his work. In some generation, the current arms dealer at the time lost a prolonged lawsuit, costing him 50,000,000,000 dollars. The dealer went mad and killed his whole family, set his house and fortune on fire, then flung himself into the fire to kill himself. The curse of the Milagro Man is said to have persisted into a lone scorched bill found next to his corpse.
One cab driver working in Morioh. When Joshu tries to go home with his cab, the driver is reluctant to complete his course and tries to refuse Joshu's money, the latter insisting on paying him. In the struggle, Joshu accidentally sets a bill on fire and gets covered in the Milagro Man's money.
A man in Hamburg, Germany, who was burdened with the Milagro Man's curse. Two years prior to the events of JoJolion, he tricked Zaihei Nigatake into taking the curse by pretending to be a homeless person sitting at a concert hall's exit, leaving the cursed cash out on a tin can for Zaihei to steal.
A young boy wearing a striped baseball uniform and a baseball cap. He's introduced giving an envelope to Josuke Higashikata, claiming an unnamed person told him to do it for a reward. It is revealed he was put under the control of Blue Hawaii to attack Josuke as soon as he touched the letter. After a failed attempt he unintentionally passes control to an old woman who also attacks Josuke. He bears a slight resemblance to Emporio Alnino.
A blind woman whom Dolomite loved. One day, she blindly wandered towards a power plant and nearly electrocuted herself when Dolomite jumped in and allowed himself to be electrocuted, saving her. He saw her wandering away from him. After that he never saw her again.
A mature and obese woman who almosts drives over Josuke as the courier boy attacks him. After the boy touches her, she also falls under Blue Hawaii's control and begins to stalk Josuke. She has a selfish personality. Having almost run over Josuke, she chastises him for staying in the middle of the road and her only reaction when she watches the courier boy repeatedly bash his head against her car to the point of profusely bleeding is to tell the boy to stop dirtying the car.
A female delinquent who meets the mature woman when Josuke slams her inside an empty building. With her two companions, the delinquent tries to mug the infected mature woman but gets infected by Blue Hawaii, eventually going to search for Josuke. She dies when a motorcycle runs over her.
A burly jogger who happens to touch the female delinquent infected by Blue Hawaii. Under the control of the enemy Stand, the jogger pursues Josuke but loses his hand when he traps it in a bike. When Josuke jumps over a fence, the jogger proceeds to try to infect Josuke by pushing his face on the wires and spraying blood on him.
A boy riding a bicycle who gets infected when the Jogger sprays his blood toward Josuke. Josuke protects himself with one of Soft & Wet's bubble, and the blood reaches the boy instead. Nonetheless, Josuke manages to disable the boy and steals his bike, putting so much distance that the Boy infects someone else and isn't seen again.
A taxi driver who drives Josuke up to a supermarket downtown. Noticing a bird crashing into his rear window, he goes to investigate the animal and is infected by Blue Hawaii's power. Josuke stuns the taxi driver before the latter can pursue him, and a fly is infected instead.
The last person Blue Hawaii controls. An ordinary baby who gets infected and crawls toward Josuke as the latter has hidden inside a bathroom. Unwilling to harm the baby, Josuke lets himself get touched and loses against Blue Hawaii.
A middle school boy scout who used to bully a young Jobin. Taking advantage of Jobin's meekness and memory loss issues, the young boy tormented Jobin, repeatedly hitting him and belittling him because of his disabilities.
He ordered Jobin to steal his mother's underwear as well as take a photo of her in the shower. Jobin did so, and when he showed them to the bully, the bully became fascinated by Kaato's cup size, and became more lustful when he saw her shower photo. However, this caught the attention of a girl scout who scolded the bully and denounced him to his school and even the police. Because the underwear and photos were found, the bully's life was essentially ruined.
Afterwards, the bully lamented over his future being ruined because of the denouncer, swearing to rape Kaato and murder Jobin as an adult. He then tried to coerce Jobin into burning down the denouncer's house one night, but Jobin angrily refused. In response, the bully announced his jealousy over Jobin's memory loss. The bully then doused Jobin in oil and angrily threatened to burn him. Panicking, Jobin awakened Speed King and boiled the blood inside the bully's head, rendering him unconscious.
The bully wasn't dead from that. However, Kaato later took the bully in her car trunk to a hole in the ground under a lone pine tree and goaded Jobin to take the bully and bury him in the ground to undergo the equivalent exchange. The bully thus died and Jobin was cured. The now-dead boy was deemed missing until several years later, a party of workers were searching for two escaped turtles when they happened to stumble across the boy's corpse. Because Kaato's DNA was found on the corpse and his DNA was found inside Kaato's car, Kaato was put in prison for 15 years.
Two policemen sent to Mount Hananero to investigate the bus that Rai Mamezuku had jacked briefly. They discover they are unable to reach the bus after stepping out of their vehicle, seeing trees blocking off the broken parking lot. As they are about to call for back up, they are both killed by Urban Guerrilla's Brain Storm breaking down both of their bodies.
A woman who Poor Tom meets in a parking lot. Poor Tom initially accuses her of checking him out when she glances at him. He watches her enter the passenger side of a Mercedes Benz C-Class car. Poor Tom's accusation is correct when the woman drives past him and tosses her business card containing her phone number out the window.
After that, she briefly appears in bed with Poor Tom, despite Poor Tom having a girlfriend. Jobin calls her in order to speak to Poor Tom, having noted her phone number down from her business card.
The father of Yasuho Hirose and ex-husband of Suzuyo Hirose. He lives in Yamagata, and got divorced when Yasuho was 10 years old. Suzuyo never talked about him afterwards, but Yasuho assumes they must have had fun times and good memories together.
The Hair ClipRock Organism causes Yasuho to hallucinate her father's appearance after she hits her head on a handrail. The hallucination tells Yasuho that he won't be able to meet up with her on Sundays anymore because he has a new lover and wants to spend more time with her, as they're having a new baby together. Yasuho runs to the bathroom and attempts suicide after feeling sick from the news, and the false body of her dad disintegrates into several flakes.
A Nurse working at The TG University Hospital gynecology department. Before treating Mitsuba Higashikata with a Locacaca fruit, Wu Tomoki asks her to leave the room, Wu speculates that she participates in bondage as part of her personal late-night interests after deducting she ties herself with a rope on a daily basis due to her red eyes and purple wrists caused from blood congestion. Due to that reason he asked her to leave the room so that she wouldn't invite him on a date as he predicted that it would end in failure.
The yet-to-be born child of Jobin and Mitsuba, and the to-be sibling of Tsurugi. Dr. Wu Tomoki reveals to Mitsuba that she is in her 14th week of pregnancy, to her surprise.
During the struggle with Wu Tomoki, after Mitsuba manages to eject Wu out of her, she notices the fetus' arms and its fragments. It turns out that Mitsuba accidentally sacrificed the child during her treatment via the equivalent exchange. Although Mitsuba becomes distraught with the possible fact that Wu killed her unborn child, Yasuho notices the fragments still look alive. Eventually, Mitsuba eats a Locacaca fruit and performs an equivalent exchange to restore the child, sacrificing her nose, and placing the child's fragments into her womb via her Stand.
A female patient of Wu Tomoki who took a Locacaca to gain beautiful lips. She pierced her lips in order for the equivalent exchange to heal it; as a result, she got what she wanted, but in exchange for the fat of her buttocks, which hardened like rock. She is later used as an example in Wu's video explaining the equivalent exchange.
The girl scout leader affiliated with Tsurugi Higashikata's school. She informs Mitsuba Higashikata of the girls in her troop teasing Tsurugi about Kaato Higashikata, his grandmother. The mention of Kaato angers Mitsuba, who threatens to have her fired. She participates in the meeting in which Mitsuba defends Tsurugi against accusation of him slamming a gate on Mina.
A receptionist at TG University Hospital. Rai Mamezuku asks him if he can meet the hospital director of the hospital: Satoru Akefu. However, the receptionist says that the doctor is busy and refuses to let Rai go further. He notices Akefu in the crowd though, prompting the heroes' chase after the doctor.
A patient at TG University Hospital who crosses path with Josuke. Angry to have been splattered with Josuke's blood, the patient angrily tries to have Josuke give him monetary compensation. The patient tries to grab Josuke's collar, forcing him to protect himself. The patient's neck suddenly breaks, making it look like Josuke has murdered him.
A woman who happens to sit on a fountain's edge near Tsurugi Higashikata at the park. Her baby tries to touch one of Tsurugi's origamis but she takes it from the baby. She notices a bit late that her baby is drowning in the fountain because of Paper Moon King's ability affecting her but takes it out.
A baby who happens to be on a fountain's edge with his or her mother, near Tsurugi Higashikata at the park. The baby tries to touch one of Tsurugi's origamis but the mother takes it. The baby actually falls into the fountain and the mother doesn't notice it because of Paper Moon King's ability affecting the mother, but she saves the baby nonetheless.
The daughter of Maako Kitani. She goes to the same school as Tsurugi Higashikata and Mina. She tells her mom that a phone is ringing by their jacuzzi. She is about to answer it when Maako stops her. Maako is then suddenly killed by Speed King but her daughter doesn't notice her fall into the jacuzzi because she is listening to music.
A man held in jail for murdering elementary school children with a kitchen knife while they were waiting at a bus stop. He shares a cell with Rai Mamezuku and is shown from the start to be very distressed. Mamezuku tells him about the existence of the hospital director but the man angrily tells Mamezuku to shut up, thinking he's crazy. After Mamezuku describes the crime scene that led him to the cell he sits in, the man is affected by Akefu's Stand. As he is about to attack Mamezuku with the very knife he used to kill the children at the bus stop, his karma leads to him slashing his own neck instead. Mamezuku then uses his stand Doggy Style to hide in the murderer's clothes to escape the prison, as his body is taken to the hospital.
A particular female Rock Human who, like many other Rock Human mothers, left her child in the wilderness with nothing on. Leaving the child to die was the only show of love and caring a Rock Human mother could show to her child.
Given the circumstances of the narration, this can possibly be Toru's mother.
Rai Mamezuku's father. After a young Mamezuku had detected the presence of an odd insect crawling around their family orchard, his father left on his own to investigate the disturbance. While looking for the insect, an ongoing typhoon caused a landslide, which buried him under rubble, killing him. His funeral was held shortly afterward, in which Mamezuku, Norisuke and Akefu attended. Mamezuku later discovers during the events of JoJolion that the calamity that befell his father was actually caused by Satoru Akefu.
Rai Mamezuku's mother. Following the death of her husband, some family friends approached the young Rai Mamezuku, giving their condolences and asking where she was. He responds that she is resting in the inner room. They then ask if she is unwell, to which he seems to confirm.
She becomes overwhelmed by mental anguish and racks up debt from her pear orchard. She eventually falls ill and dies as a result, which Satoru Akefu states was due to the flow of calamity.
The children at the summer camp Yasuho was left at from 10 years ago. A group of girls shuns Yasuho, claiming that their tent is full and also pretending that the seats at a table nearby are for them and their boyfriends. Later, when Yasuho cuts herself with a firestarter, the children belittle her.
An instructor at the summer camp Yasuho was left at from 10 years ago. He is shown teaching the children how to use a fire starter. When Yasuho cuts herself with a firestarter, he simply instructs her to get treated at the log-house.
A Lucanus maculifemoratus stag beetle owned by Jobin Higashikata. Jobin explains to Kaato Higashikata that its right mandible was broken until the morning in which the conversation takes place, but that it was later healed using Equivalent Exchange with another Hercules beetle that Jobin owned. He theorizes that the exchange took place after the Miyama beetle sucked up some of the sap that the New Locacaca pot produced, which caused the Miyama stag beetle's mandible to heal, while the Hercules Beetle lost its own right mandible.
A driver who's hired to drive Lucy Steel. He doesn't bother to help Lucy with her luggage because he has bandages on his fingers and nothing was written about it on his contract. He drives Lucy and Joseph Joestar to the location of the Radio Gaga Incident, where he starts hearing voices in his head. Just like the female victim of the incident, he murmurs "gaga" to himself as he walks towards the guard rail, stripping himself naked. He eventually disappears as a truck passes by. Only his clothes and mutilated hand are left behind. The guard rail keeps the driver barely alive to cling to Lucy and Joseph, but inevitably gets crushed to death by the creature as it tries to drag Joseph.
A thief operating in Morioh during the 1940s. He pretends to help Lucy Steel carry her luggage, only to run in the direction opposite to her car. While he flees, he bumps into Joseph Joestar and steals his wallet too. Joseph throws his geta at the thief, knocking him down and forcing him to abandon the luggage before he runs away.
Joseph Joestar's girlfriend. She arrives in Morioh at the same time as an aging Lucy Steel. She meets with Joseph at the train station and asks if he's going to take her to the amusement park. Unfortunately, someone has stolen Joseph's wallet and thus her plan to go to the amusement park and then eat sushi are delayed.
A female victim of the Radio Gaga Incident in particular. An article states that the woman was making out with her boyfriend around the curve of a road near an orchard at dusk when she suddenly claimed to hear a voice. She walked towards a guard rail, and more strangely, she started stripping herself naked, muttering "gaga" when she got there. Then a farm truck passed by, and she suddenly vanished without a trace. Both her boyfriend and the driver of the truck tried to search for her, but all they could find were her clothes and her mutilated foot.