Joker (ジョーカー) first appears in Joker no Kuni no Alice and is the Circus Master and Prison Director. Alice calls the Circus Master "White" and she calls the Prison Director "Black". Joker doesn't have a split personality, he's two different people. Though Black seems to be the more dangerous Joker, it has been implied that White is actually the more dangerous one. During April season, he has the power to change the seasons.



As Joker is two people who are one- also known as "Black Joker" and "White Joker"- they have two distinct personalities. Both have the same jobs, but they have different preferences and are each seen more commonly in one specific job.

White Joker is the friendly, smiling Joker. He is the first to be introduced in person and is, in Joker no Kuni, primarily seen in the circus ringleader garb. In Diamond he is the Train Conductor Alice meets in her dreams, and in Mirror World it is White whom she talks to most often at the Lake of Mirrors. While at first he appears the kinder Joker, he is the one who hides his true thoughts more often and expects things to go a certain way- his way. He treats Alice more gently even while he attempts to make her face her guilt and her past.

Black Joker is first introduced in Joker no Kuni by way of the mask of White's belt, insulting Alice from the get-go. He is much more open and honest about his thoughts and opinions, and is rude, foul-mouthed, and violent. This is probably why he is the Joker generally seen wearing the Prison Warden uniform. He may be harsh, but he is the Joker whose words can more readily be believed.



Joker no Kuni no Alice

Omochabako no Kuni no Alice

Diamond no Kuni no Alice

In Diamond no Kuni no Alice, Joker is the conductor who Alice meets on the train. She has the feeling that they met before, but she doesn’t remember. She can’t remember.

Diamond no Kuni no Alice ~Wonderful MIRROR World~

Spade no Kuni no Alice ~Wonderful White World~

Spade no Kuni no Alice ~Wonderful Black World~

Other Media




Drama CD's



  • Joker is not featured in the musical


  • Joker has a brief appearance in Anniversary no Kuni no Alice, in Ace's non-stay end, hinting at his relationship with Ace in Joker no Kuni no Alice.
  • Everyone- or at least Alice and all the role holders- have their own Joker. It is implied that Joker needs to be acknowledged, whether consciously or subconsciously, to be "a person's Joker."


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