Shōko's is a relatively petite girl of average build. She wears her hair down to her shoulder blades in a braided ponytail.
Her cooking attire consists of a baseball cap, short-sleeve buttoned shirt, wristbands on each arm, and long pants.
Not much of Shōko's personality has been shown as her sole actual appearance in the manga is of her collapsed on the ground in pure bliss after her defeat against Tōsuke Megishima. According to her personal stats, she enjoys apple tea and watching tennis while disliking spiders and the smell of tobacco.
Shōko was among the many Central students fighting for the vacant Elite Ten Council seats. At the end of the battle royale, Shōko claimed the 5th seat.
Régiment de Cuisine
During the Promotion Exams, a Régiment de Cuisine was created to decide if Azami would remain Headmaster or if Senzaemon would be reinstated. Shōko was selected alongside Nene Kinokuni and Julio Shiratsu to fight in the first round of battle.
Shōko was paired off against Tōsuke Megishima where she was decisively defeated and left collapsed on the ground in ecstasy, presumably as a result of tasting Tōsuke's dish.
None of Shōko's cooking skills have been shown directly. Her skills at the point of her introduction suggests that she is a skilled enough chef to make it through most of her second year of Tōtsuki and acquired the highest seat in the Elite Ten Council between the three winners of the Central battle for the vacant seats. Incredibly, she managed to afterwards obtain a higher seat than both Eizan Etsuya and Nene Kinokuni, members that were part of the Elite Ten Council before the Azami Administration took over. Still, it was not enough to defeat Tōsuke Megishima, the previous 3rd seat.
- Elite Ten Council (formerly) - Shōko is the former 5th seat of the Elite Ten Council.
Cooking Duel Records
Rebels Vs Central Régiment de Cuisine
|1st Round||Tōsuke Megishima||Unknown||Unknown||Loss - Shōko is eliminated from the Régiment de Cuisine.|
- The name Shōko means "auspicious" (祥) (shō) and "child" (子) (ko).
- Shōko's surname Kaburagi means "arrowhead" (鏑) (kabura) and "tree, wood" (木) (ki/gi).
|Etsuya Eizan • Kiyoshi Gōdabayashi • Satoshi Isshiki • Shōko Kaburagi • Tetsuji Kabutoyama • Nene Kinokuni • Rui Kofuru • Kanichi Konishi • Terunori Kuga • Shigemichi Kumai • Rentarō Kusunoki • Julio Shiratsu • Mea Yanai|
|1st Seat||Gin Dōjima (69th Gen.) • Azami Nakamura (71st Gen.) • Kojirō Shinomiya (79th Gen.) |
Eishi Tsukasa (90th Gen.) • Sōma Yukihira (92nd Gen.)
|2nd Seat||Jōichirō Saiba (69th Gen.) • Fuyumi Mizuhara (79th Gen.) • Hinako Inui (80th Gen.)|
Taki Tsunozaki (88th Gen.) • Sonoka Kikuchi (89th Gen.) • Rindō Kobayashi (90th Gen.) • Satoshi Isshiki (91st Gen.)
|3rd Seat||Azami Nakamura (71st Gen.) • Tōsuke Megishima (90th Gen.) • Momo Akanegakubo (90th Gen.)|
Terunori Kuga (91st Gen.)
|4th Seat||Riko Ebisawa (70th Gen.) • Momo Akanegakubo (90th Gen.) • Sōmei Saitō (90th Gen.) • Akira Hayama (92nd Gen.)|
|5th Seat||Sōmei Saitō (90th Gen.) • Shōko Kaburagi (91st Gen.) • Ryō Kurokiba (92nd Gen.)|
|6th Seat||Nene Kinokuni (91st Gen.) • Alice Nakiri (92nd Gen.)|
|7th Seat||Satoshi Isshiki (91st Gen.) • Etsuya Eizan (91st Gen.) • Takumi Aldini (92nd Gen.)|
|8th Seat||Terunori Kuga (91st Gen.) • Julio Shiratsu (91st Gen.) • Etsuya Eizan (91st Gen.)|
|9th Seat||Etsuya Eizan (91st Gen.) • Akira Hayama (92nd Gen.) • Nene Kinokuni (91st Gen.)|
|10th Seat||Erina Nakiri (92nd Gen.) • Megumi Tadokoro (92nd Gen.)|
|Unknown||Jun Shiomi (73rd Gen.)|