Dojikko is a Japanese character archetype that is very present in otaku culture. A dojikko is a clumsy female character in manga, anime, light novels, films, and video games. She has a cute personality and attractive appearance that would make her adorable for fans. Everyday activities like walking to school, carrying dishes, participating in sports, or performing household chores are challenges for the dojikko. They would often fail in performing mundane tasks. Their misfortunes are portrayed as lighthearted slapsticks rather than serious accidents. The dojikko remains optimistic despite the humiliations. It’s up to the author to add fanservice if the dojikko fumbles on any risqué situation. The characters around her either dislike her or petty about her poor situation. Some consider her as a burden to a group or workplace. They have to clean up whatever mess she has made. Some examples of fictional dojikko characters in Japanese media are Amami Haruka from THE IDOLM@STER series, Asahina Mikuru from Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu, Kamio Misuzu from Air, Noda Megumi from Nodame Cantabile, Kinomoto Sakura from the Cardcaptor Sakura series, Sayori from Doki Doki Literature Club!, and Usagi Tsukino from the Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon series.