|Age:||25 years old|
|Home world:||Planet Earth (Geed Universe)|
|Series:||Ultraman Geed (2017)|
|First appearance:||Ultraman Geed episode 1 "Welcome to the Secret Base" (2017)|
|Number of appearances||TBA|
|Affiliation||AIB, Riku Asakura, Laiha Toba|
|Portrayed by||Mayu Hasegawa|
When Riku was a baby, Moa's family found him at the observatory while working as groundskeepers. Moa would as well take care of Riku during his time under the care of her family, such as playing Don Shine.
As an adult, she came across an injured Alien Zelan and treated him back to health. Her fearlessness and determination was discovered by the Alien Shadow, Zena. After discovering the AIB (Alien Investigation Bureau) and its purpose, she worked within AIB ever since to help out aliens like the Zelan all under the guidance from Zena, and was present for Skull Gomora's first attack.
Later, she went to investigate an Alien Hook's home, under the cover of being a Life Insurance Salesman. Knocking on the door, the Hook gave her an unwelcoming greeting before jamming her foot in the door. Shocked, Moa looked into the home and found what she the evidence she needed, an illegal plant that puts people to sleep. Angered, the Hook tripped her and ran, before being caught by Zena, seizing the opportunity, Moa went in the home and reported what she had found, before accidentally touching the area that sprays the sleeping gas, sending her to sleep. When she woke up, she got out of the AIB Car, now at the HQ as Zena ordered her to put the plant into storage, which she ended up forgetting to do, as they deported the Hook. Later on, Moa remembered what she had forgotten to do,and was about to explain her mishap to Zena when they received a report that an Alien Pitt was causing trouble. AIB chased down her location and conveniently, Moa reunited with Riku, who's bike was stolen by the Pitt.
- Aside from being Riku's childhood friend and caretaker, it seemed as though she harbored feelings for him. Unfortunately this goes oblivious to the boy, much to her frustration.