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|Team||Inazuma Japan (Manager)|
Earth Eleven (Manager)
|Game||Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy|
Mizukawa Minori (水川みのり) is one of Inazuma Japan's managers.
Mizukawa has a dark cyan colored hair that falls through her shoulders. Her eyes are also dark cyan. She wears school uniform of Iwashiro Jr High.
BackgroundEditMizukawa was a coma patient in an unknown hospital. When Potomuri Emnator's spirit was searching for a host, he went into Mizukawa's body and "healed" her. That is why Potomuri and Mizukawa actually co-existed in the same body.
PlotEditMizukawa was introduced in the first episode. She watched the exhibition match of Inazuma Japan and Teikoku Gakuen, which resulted in a 10-1 win to Teikoku Gakuen. Whilst the match was still resuming, she went over the eight new players' abillites, but they were all to do with other things from soccer, none had ever played soccer before. When the match ended, she walked off with Kuroiwa Ryuusei
In episode 10, she seemed to be spying on Minaho and Manabe when looking at the data of the FFIV2 teams, with a mysterious look on her face. She didn't let them see her, as she was hiding behind the door.
In episode 11, when Tenma, Kusaka, Matatagi and Tetsukado went looking for Morimura, Mizukawa told Sorano Aoi that Morimura Konoha was afraid of people, especially girls. Aoi then had second thoughts about joining them find Morimura, but went anyway.
In episode 24, Potomuri appeared in front of Earth Eleven and told them the truth about him and Mizukawa: Mizukawa had actually been Potomuri's host. During his explanation, Potomuri left her body and returned to his pierrot doll, and the real Mizukawa let out a tantrum towards Tenma. However, Potomuri quickly returned to her body and she was back to her normal self.