Jingo takes after her mother; a foul, brazen, no-nonsense attitude when it comes to people coming to her shop. Despite her young age, Jingo is a proficient saleswoman and takes on multiple avenues of business in order to accumulate mira.
She is assisted by her puppy Cerberus (ケルベロス), who she holds in high regard. She trains him to become the best hunting dog so that he can do anything in a pinch, such as having him maintain the store when she's busy or even piloting an airship.
Outside of her shop duties, Jingo is a fan of Mishy.
Zero and Ao no Kiseki
In S.1206, the 12-year-old Jingo opens her own branch on Neinvalli in the silent town of Leeves. Her store becomes a favorite spot for Thors Branch Campus students and staff for reliable weapons and information.
Upon hearing that the Bobcat was on sale, Jingo attempted to buy the famed airship, but was refused by Josette, who instead sold it to Wilhelm Ballad. Jingo was eventually acquire the Bobcat from Tio after Wilhelm abandoned the "cursed" airship outside the Epstein Foundation, giving Tio a rare golden Mishy plushie statue for it.
Sometime after acquiring the Bobcat, Jingo began using the airship to go down another avenue of business with the airship. The first customer she had was "C", who was actually Rufus in disguise. She did not appear to show any concern with who her customers were, as long as they were able to pay for her services.
|Tiny owner of Neinvalli with a surprisingly foul mouth. Suddenly opened a store in Leeves just this spring.|
Trains Cerberus every day to make him the best hound dog. Even has him run the store sometimes...
|Down to Business|
Visited Heimdallr for a business deal. Even though she's young, she's very clever and capable.
|Tiny owner of Neinvalli with a surprisingly foul mouth. Had to close her shop in Leeves, but it's only a setback for her.|
Jingo got Roselia's blessing to open a new shop in Eryn Village, but it seems like this is just one part of a much larger plan...
Jingo finally returned home to Crossbell. Her travels have taught her there's more to life than business, such as enjoying festivals.