Satomi Ito is an Alpha Werewolf introduced in Season 3.

She is portrayed by Lily Mariye.


Satomi was a bitten werewolf interned in an American concentration camp with Noshiko Yukimura during World War II. She would always be by herself playing "Go" in order to remain calm.

During a riot, she lost control and threw a Molotov cocktail at Corporal Rhys. He later died of his injuries. When the Nogitsune attacked the camp, she was the only survivor besides Noshisko.

Satomi remained in Beacon Hills for the next 69 years, becoming an Alpha and creating a large pack. She also became a Buddhist who taught her pack the mantra, "The Sun, The Moon, The Truth" as a way to suppress their violet tendencies during a full moon or when losing control.

In Weaponized, she is shown to be skilled in martial arts and wielding an Emei blade which she uses in confrontations as opposed to her claws.

She was friends with Talia Hale and often visited the Hale family before Hale House Fire.

Satomi was named as one of the targets of The Benefactor and much of her pack was killed by The Chemist.

Satomi's PackEdit

Teen Wolf Season 4 Episode 10 Monstrous Brett and Satomi's pack

Current Members

Former Members

Like Satomi, her Betas are Buddhists. They typically refrain from killing unless it's absolutely necessary. Before the Dead Pool, it was the largest Teen Wolf Pack seen to date. It is currently unknown how many werewolves are left in the pack.

Season 3Edit

Although she would be at odds with Noshiko, she helps the Kitsune exorcise a Nogitsune from Rhys' dead body. (Read More...)

Season 4Edit

She appears in a flashback after Scott McCall and his friends encounter a member of her pack. Derek Hale, along with Malia Tate, find much of her pack dead at their usual meeting spot. (Read More...)

She takes one of her pack members to Dr. Deaton for treatment but he dies before Deaton or Melissa McCall can do anything. She later kills an assassin in the hospital. (Read More...)

She and what's left of her pack seek Scott's help after being chased by Hunters. (Read More...)

Season 5Edit

Brett Talbot reveals that Satomi hasn't been recruiting new pack members since the Dead Pool. (Read More...)


  • I prefer to suffer.” — Satomi refusing Noshiko's bottle of aspirin
  • Jigoujitoku. Or as the Americans say "you reap what you sow."” — To Noshiko
  • I may have learned to control my anger, but I still know when to use it.” — To Derek, Deaton and Melissa


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