Miya is an exorcist who fights evil spirits with her dutiful souls.
She was born in a distinguished exorcist family, with a destiny to eradicate the foul and make the world a purer place with her innate spiritual powers. She can see things that are not visible to other people. Either by gently soothing them, or by conducting an exorcism, she leads the lost spirits to heaven. Though she has to constantly face the dark, she never loses her high spirit and kindness. She is affable to everybody, and willingly helps those who suffer from the evil deeds of demons and spirits.
Yet she has an issue, which is that she is very addicted to entertainment, especially to the festivals and gambling. Miya's family had the custom to hold a festival after a successful exorcism. It was to please the living, comfort the dead and to give a proper conclusion to everyone, so the elders said. Miya used to love these festivals. Perhaps a bit too much. Young Miya was greatly captivated by festivals filled with bright lanterns, music, fireworks and games.
Miya played three-card monte as her first gambling game. Until she was dragged home, in her neighborhood's hand who ran into Miya having too much fun, she won two times and lost six times in a row and nearly lost everything she had. She couldn't just forget the excitement, though. She secretly ran around playing games with her family treasures at stake, and ended up losing all her family's dutiful souls to all over the world. Her grandmother and the elders kicked her out of the house and ordered never Exorcist Miya to come back home unless she was with all the spirits she lost. Yet she still can't quit gambling, for she believes she can "make it big with one shot" and bring all of the lost spirits home. She often loses all her money earned from her exorcism, and always blames the ghosts saying "they constantly tell her what to do and confuse her."