What is the personality type of Shouko Nishimiya? Which MBTI personality type best fits? Personality type for Shouko Nishimiya from Koe No Katachi and what is the personality traits.
Shouko Nishimiya personality type is ISFJ, or Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging. This is based on her MBTI® analysis.
As an ISFJ, Shouko Nishimiya is a well-meaning and practical woman. She doesn't do well with change, and can find it hard to admit that she doesn't know something that she should. This can make her appear obtuse and unintelligent, but it's simply a matter of habit and insecurity. She's also prone to anxiety and suffering from occasional bouts of self-doubt.
Shouko Nishimiya has a tendency to be very responsible and very organized. She likes to take the initiative and make sure that everything is done properly, and will probably ask you to do the same (or at least let you know what you're expected to do). She will often be found in the library or library archives doing research or preparing for a meeting. The burden of responsibility sometimes makes her overbearing and bossy, but she will try to apologize if she crosses a line.
Shouko Nishimiya is a natural leader. She's a good communicator and a good listener, and has a knack for being able to express herself clearly.
Shōko is a very easy going person and is able to quickly forgive many, such as Shōya; her childhood bully. She is somewhat clueless and doesn't see herself as a special individual that needs to be pitied. Shōko is also hard to anger and slow to cry, as she has endured a long, painful life; with her mother aside leaving her grandmother to take care of the Nishimiya sisters. Shōko cares deeply for those around her and rather than blaming the world and people that have hurt her, she blames herself. It has been clearly stated that Shōko hates herself and fears that she is useless.