Konoka Konoe is Negima's perfect "wife-to-be", as Negi himself puts it. She is mild-mannered and kind, acting like the perfect counterpart for Asuna. She sometimes has trouble understanding what's going on. Her hometown in Kyoto, in the Kansai area.
She is a very cheerful and optimistic young girl, who is the daughter of chief of the Kansai magic association, the granddaughter of the school dean, and a member of the Konoe family one of the Five regent houses. She has a hobby of fortune telling, before and after learning about magic, though most predictions are jokes. Though she initially knows nothing of magic, she is said to hold great potential, on par with Negi, the son of the man regarded as the strongest mage. She is kept unaware in order to protect her from groups looking to exploit her, as well as the fact that her father wanted her to lead a "normal" life. However, she is eventually told the truth and chooses to begin magical studies. She lives in the same dormitory with Asuna and Negi, and she often mediates the frequent fights between them. She is very close to Setsuna, who is Konoka's protector and childhood friend, although Setsuna becomes flustered when Konoe tries to do anything with her. Later on, Konoka's relationship with Setsuna appears to grow closer to romantic rather than that of just friends; as Konoka frequently flirts with Setsuna and holds a long, passionate Pactio kiss with her.
Konoka has two Pactio agreements; she first forms one of these with Negi, which takes the form of the artifact, Flabellum Euri, fans which are able to heal most injuries, including fatal injures, as long as the have occurred within three minutes. While treating fatal injuries, her soul leaves her body, and she uses much more power than she normally has to treat the wound, though she is left drained and unable to use her artifact for a period of time. She also practices in minor healing magic to heal small wounds. Her second Pactio agreement is formed with Setsuna with Konoka as the Magister. She is voiced by Ai Nonaka in the anime adaptation, and by Monica Rial in the English adaptation.