Saki is a first year student of Ooarai Girls High School. She serves as the 37mm loader of the Rabbit Team.
Saki is a girl with short grayish brown hair and brown eyes.
Saki is known for being extremely silent. A stoic girl, she is often found dispassionately staring off into space even in dire situations, seemingly indifferent to her surroundings. However, at a critical moment during the finals, she tells her crewmates where to aim in order to disable the Elefant , and her suggestion works. This has been the only time in the series where she was shown to talk, and indicates that despite her almost apathetic nature, she seems to be quite aware of what is happening around her and possibly is quite intelligent as well.
For the most part of the series, Saki plays no active role and does not participate in any conversations. She is usually shown to express no emotion at all and to just stare into nothingness even in very affecting moments (such as Ooarai's victory against Saunders Girls High School). However, she is notable in the fight against Kuromorimine's Elefant. In said fight, Azusa came up with a plan to get behind it in a narrow road and thus making it helpless due to the inability to turn. However, the Elefant could not be taken out immediately, since even its rear armor was too thick. Just then, Saki pointed out a weak point at the Elefant's rear (the hatch for loading the ammunition) and instructed her teammates to shoot there, resulting in the Elefant's defeat. Ironically in the movie, when the Rabbit team faced Nonna's tank head to head and has no way to escape, Saki seemed to have a proposal which caused a relief for her teammates but them it turned out that she just spotted a butterfly much to her teammates surprise and shock, seconds later, Nonna took out their tank.
- Her favorite flower is Apricot and her favorite tank is the U.S. M36 tank destroyer.
- Her official artwork is the only one among the Ooarai girls to feature no voice actor. In the early days of production, it was possibly not intended to make her speak at all.