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Sapphire (サファイア Safāia) is a member of Ishigami Village. She is one of the three Sparkly Sisters along with her siblings Garnet and Ruby. Her parents are Alabaster and Dia.


Sapphire is a young woman with mid-length blonde hair and bangs that frame her face with a single strand falling in the middle. She has downturned blue eyes, heavy-lidded with visible eyelashes on both her upper and lower eyelids, giving her a wistful, doe-eyed look. Her lips are full and plump, and her eyebrows slope downwards, accentuating her expression.

Her outfit consists of a short green dress, sleeveless with a ragged hem and a plunging neckline. She wears the village rope around her neck, wrapped twice and tied in the front with a bow.

Additionally, she shares a passing resemblance to one of her ancestors, Lillian Weinberg. According to Kohaku, she and her sisters are the prettiest women in the village.[4]


Sapphire seems to spend a lot of her time thinking about boys. Out of the three sisters, Sapphire wants a boyfriend or husband who's primarily handsome rather than strong or a provider.[5]


Kingdom of Science Arc[]

She is first seen along with her two sisters discussing the outsider, Senku. She argues with Garnet that the more important thing about a man is looking cute rather than being strong.[6] They're later shown vaguely discussing love, lounging on a set of rocks in their bikinis while Suika listens in on them.[7]

Village Games Arc[]

In the fight between Argo and Ginro, Sapphire shrieks with horror at how beaten up Ginro looked following one of Argo's barrages of hits.[8] She then appears disgusted alongside her sisters when Ginro tells everyone his plans to have everyone have a harem.[9]

Vs. Hyoga Arc[]

In the anime, after Kinro is given glasses, Sapphire comments that she likes them.[10]

Communications Arc[]

When Senku makes cotton candy, Sapphire is shown in ecstasy over how delicious it is. After Senku asks Gen about Homura, Sapphire and the others assume he's interested in a girl. However, Senku reveals Homura is spying on them.[11]

On Christmas, Sapphire is amazed at the beauty of the large tree Senku lit up with light bulbs.[12] Later, when everyone is looking for special rocks for Senku to use as a better filament, Sapphire holds something up, Ruby holding something similar and comments it looks like a gemstone. As it turns out it was just a beetle husk, which makes Sapphire drop it in disgust.[13]

In the anime, she is part of the crowd listening to the record Byakuya left, surprised that they're able to hear the founder's voice.[14]

Chapter Appearances[]

Chapter Appearances
Kingdom of Science Arc
13. Part 1: Stone World: The Beginning Absent
14. Those Who Have Faith Absent
15. Two Kingdoms of the Stone World Absent
16. Kohaku Absent
17. Nasty Looks Pictured
18. Sorcery Showdown Absent
19. Two Million Years of Being Absent
20. Stone Road Debut
21. Dawn of Iron Absent
22. Survival Gourmet Pictured
23. The Smooth Talker Absent
24. Lightning Speed!!! Absent
25. By These Hands, the Light of Science Absent
26. A Shadow Alliance Absent
27. A Certain Scientists Wish Absent
28. Clear World Absent
29. Senku's Lab Absent
30. Death Green Absent
31. Friends Have Each Other's Backs Absent
32. Brain & Heart Absent
33. Baaad Chemicals Absent
Village Games Arc
34. Sneaky Grand Bout Strategy Absent
35. The Masked Warrior Absent
36. Kinro and Ginro Absent
37. Science-User Chrome Appears
38. Master of Flame Absent
39. And the Winner is... Pictured
40. Two Million Years in the Making Absent
Vs. Hyoga Arc
46. Stone Wars Pictured
47. Science Vs. Power Appears
48. Blades of Science Absent
49. To the Present Absent
50. Humanity's Greatest Weapon Absent
Communications Arc
51. Sweets for the Stone World Pictured
52. Age of Energy Absent
53. Hard Knocks Crafting Club Pictured
54. Flickering Blue Jewel Pictured
55. Treasure Dungeon Push Start Absent
56. The Treasure Absent
57. Heat Heart Absent
58. Wave of Science Absent
59. Voices from Here to Infinity Absent
60. Angel's Song, Devil's Whisper Absent
61. Stone Wars Begin Absent
62. Double Chase Absent
63. Information Warfare Absent
64. Hotline Absent
65. Call From the Dead Absent
66. Liars and Truth Tellers Absent
67. Full Mobilization Absent
68. Flame of Revolution Absent
69. Steam Gorilla Absent
70. Paper Shield Absent
71. Prison Break Absent
72. Experience Points Absent
73. Top-Secret Mission Absent
74. Fateful 20 Seconds Absent
75. 20-Second Countdown Absent
76. Final Battle Absent
77. The Power of Science Absent
78. That Which Destroys or Saves Absent
79. For This Very Moment Absent
80. Humanity's Strongest Tag Team Absent
81. Fingertip Absent
82. Epilogue of Stone Wars (End of Part 2) Absent


  • She is named after the gemstone sapphire. The most common form of the gemstone is the blue shade which Sapphire's eye color mimics.


  1. Dr. Stone Manga: Volume 19 — Extras
  2. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 193, Page 11, Sapphire is petrified along with the rest of the world.
  3. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 212
  4. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 22, Page 5
  5. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 20, Page 2
  6. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 20
  7. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 22
  8. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 37
  9. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 39
  10. Dr. Stone Anime: Episode 18
  11. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 51
  12. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 53
  13. Dr. Stone Manga: Chapter 54
  14. Dr. Stone Anime: Episode 24

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