Mrs. Orange (「ミカン婆」?; Mikan-baba; tangerine granny), is a resident of Kamiki Village. A kind lady, she appreciates help with Amaterasu drying her laundry, and will gratefully make her special cherry cakes in return.
Will the miracles never cease? Maybe I ought to make some Cherry Cakes to offer to the sun. Come back tonight if you want some, too, Snowball. No one makes better Cherry Cakes. They're mouth-watering good!Mrs. Orange
Being the wife of the Village elder, Mr. Orange. Mrs. Orange also has an orange on top of her head. She has short white hair and wears a simple headband around it. Her clothes consist of a simple purple robe and a light yellow sash. She carries a huge basket on her back, which holds her laundry.
After Amaterasu restores daylight with her first use of Sunrise, she can listen to Mrs. Orange's complains about her drying pole missing. Using Rejuvenation, the pole will be restored, but still, she wants her laundry to dry more quickly, so Amaterasu uses Sunrise again. After this small sidequest, every night, if Amaterasu visits Mrs. Orange, she will give her cherry cakes.
She does not have much role in Ōkamiden, other than providing some information about her cherry cakes.
- "A white wolf! Now that's a rare sight. Did you come down from the mountains just to play with us? Well, you'd better be careful, dear. Lately, some monsters have been attacking the villagers."
- The way that Mrs. Orange makes Cherry cakes is a reference to Shun Goku Satsu, a technique used by Akuma of the Street Fighter series in which at the end appears the kanji 天 (ten, "heaven") in the middle of the screen. The kanji seen in the same manner after Mrs. Orange cooking technique is the one used to write mochi (餅). This was referenced in one of Amaterasu's after-match win quotes after defeating Akuma in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds.