For the Novel, please go to Mayumi Tendo (Novel). For the Film, please go to Mayumi Tendo (Film)

"Mayumi? Who..who could..."
(Shuya Nanahara after discovering Mayumi's corpse)

Character Information
Tendo Manga
Mayumi Tendo
Kills: 0
Killed by:Yoshio Akamatsu
Cause of Death:Shot through side of face with arrow
Death Location and Time: G-7 (Before 6 am, Day 1)
Chapter Death: 5: Other Side of the Door
Assigned Weapon:Nunchaku


Not much was known about Mayumi other than she helped set up a dance for the school with Yukie Utsumi and several other girls from her class.[1]

Friends and EnemiesEdit

It is unknown how close Mayumi was to her classmates as she wasn't shown being in any group. However, it was known that she was one good terms with Shuya Nanahara and Yukie Utsumi, as well as other girls in the class.

The only known person who disliked her was Toshinori Oda, although he didn't like anyone in his class so his exact reason for liking her, other than she tried to be better despite her status, was unknown.[2]

In the ProgramEdit

After Yoshio Akamatsu decides to snipe at students from the roof of the school, Mayumi happens to be the next student out of the school. Yoshio shoots her through the side of the face, killing her instantly. Shuya Nanahara grieves her as he exits the building, and many of the others feel bad for her as well. [3]


Notes & TriviaEdit

  • Mayumi is the first to die during the actual program, thus she is the first to be murdered by a fellow student. She was the third student to be killed overall.
  • Mayumi is the only student whose background,relations with her class or general personality was never revealed in the story. She doesn't even say anything in flashback scenes.
  • Mayumi actually had more appearances as a corpse than she did alive, the only character to have this.
  • Mayumi is one of the nine students who didn't get a nametag introduction. Yoshio Akamatsu, Izumi Kanai Hiroshi Kuronaga, Ryuhei Sasagawa, Tatsumichi Oki, Kyoichi Motobuchi, Hirono Shimizu, and Kayoko Kotohiki are the other students who didn't receive one.

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