While she doesn't fall in love with the female protagonist, she is shown to greatly admire her for her many talents, such as cooking and leadership.She says that she cooks to balance out her love of computers, which she believes makes her unfeminine.Despite this, she is considered to be the most feminine of the group by Junpei, who believes Yukari should act a bit more like her.Fuuka doesn't get along with her parents very well; due most of her family being doctors, both of Fuuka's parents have an inferiority complex and so are really adamant about Fuuka keeping her grades up, ironically causing Fuuka to develop an inferiority complex herself, which resulted in her shy, withdrawn nature.
During school and excursions into Tartarus, Fuuka wears her Gekkoukan High uniform with a teal green turtleneck that has flower patterns and white tights.As a result of this resolution, she overcomes her shyness and becomes a very outgoing person, as noted by both Yukari and Junpei, the latter of whom states she's now a completely different person from when she first came to the dorm.Fuuka also goes home to visit her parents frequently in the following months, implying an improved relationship."As I sketched Fuuka, I was careful not to make her look too weak or helpless.
I did design more conservative outfits that reveal less skin, but at the same time, I tried to convey her strong will through her facial expressions."Fuuka has short teal-blue hair and dark brownish-gray eyes (in the cutscene where she first summons Lucia, her eyes are teal green).
In Persona 3 The Movie, she loses the floral patterns on her shirt. S., this made her an easy target for school bullies, to the point of Natsuki Moriyama locking her in the school gym, which resulted in her getting trapped in Tartarus.