Hiyori Girl or Boy

Il \Hiyori is a slim woman of average height. He has long blue hair that reaches his waist and red-purple eyes that tilt characteristically upwards. She wears light pink lipstick on her protruding lips. As Komurasaki, she wears geta to make her look really tall. Her hair is heavily decorated, with many flowers and pins attached to it. She wore a very luxurious red furisode kimono that sparkled in the sun, with sleeves decorated with peacocks and flowers on top. Her appearance is considered by many to be extremely beautiful to the point where men are blinded or passed out by trying to look at her. After leaving the Flower Capital, Hiyori left most of her hair down with bangs covering her forehead. She took out a lot of jewelry except for a rose with a hanger on each side of her head and part of her hair was pinned in an elaborate bun at the back of her head. She also stopped wearing her outerwear, wearing a dark furisode kimono with floral designs along the sleeves and bottom. A flashback of twenty years ago only shows him in silhouette. She had a bob cut when she was six years old. Hiyori is a very selfish and self-assured woman who refuses to submit to authority, is not afraid to stand up and even attacks the shogun Kurozumi Orochi despite the severe consequences. He saw nothing attractive about being his wife, and would rather be killed than lead a subservient life. Orochi tries to attack him, considering that he is still a child. However, Hiyori is famous for actions that seem to be done personally as Komurasaki.

39;s archenemy and killer.

She appears to be a greedy and materialistic woman, as well as a good manipulator. After successfully deceiving his victims, he treats them very coldly with no mercy or remorse, saying that he hates the poor. While being chased by Kamazo, Hiyori let go of her arrogant attitude, begging Zoro to help her and Toko. He is very friendly, as he is very grateful to Zoro for saving him and making good on his offer to feed him in return. He can be a bit clumsy and shy. Hiyori has great respect for her father Kozuki Oden as a samurai. Hiyori believes that as her daughter, she should not embarrass her father so that he refuses to live a subservient life. Even when threatened with death, Hiyori vehemently refuses to submit to Orochi, her father's archenemy and killer. As a sibling, Hiyori cared deeply for her older brother, Momonosuke as he searched for him for 20 years. While Momonosuke suspects that Hiyori is still alive, he says that he cannot meet her until after Orochi is overthrown or else Hiyori could become a target. While Hiyori is a Komiranaki oiran, Toko serves as her Kamuro. Hiyori is very fond of him, as he was worried when the latter went to try Sanji's famous soba without telling him.

He even trusted her enough to reveal her own identity to him.

He tried to defend Toko from Orochi when the shogun tried to kill him for laughing at him. This caused Komurasaki to be "killed" by Kyoshiro. Hiyori tries to protect Toko again when Orochi sends an assassin after her and flees the Flower Capital with her. After Zoro saved her from Kamazo, Hiyori healed her wounds and thanked her, speaking to her in a grateful manner. He even trusted her enough to reveal her own identity to him. As Komurasaki, Hiyori admits to hating men, whom she calls contemptuous of dogs whose only value is giving her money. As such, he had no problem swindling certain men like Bingo out of their entire fortune, manipulating them into selling off their assets and even their own families to fund his lavish lifestyle, and once they finally became poor, he would sarcastically thank him. them while revealing that he had squandered all the money they had given him, much to their dismay. When his victims sought revenge, he would viciously mock them for their poverty, declaring without remorse that they were of no value to him now. However, he is subject to powerful people who hold great political authority in Wano such as Kyoshiro and the shogun Kurozumi Orochi. While serving Orochi at his banquet, he obediently returned the latter's enthusiasm and sat down next to Orochi, even letting her hug him. However, when Orochi attempted to attack Toko, Komurasaki slapped him.

Due to her extraordinary beauty, refined charisma, and demeanor as the highest ranking prostitute in Wano, Komurasaki is very popular among the citizens living in the Flower Capital. She has been described by fellow prostitutes as the dream of all men and the perfection of all women in Wano. While proceeding to Orochi castle, many men and women gathered to look at and support Komurasaki while being mesmerized by her beauty. They respectfully refer to him as "Komurasaki-sama". After he was probably killed by Kyoshiro, all the citizens were very sad and mourned his death. The two of them were very related as Kyoshiro was the one who raised him to the oiran he was as Komurasaki. When he defied Orochi and refused to apologize, Kyoshiro dropped him, which he acknowledged was a consequence of his choice and accepted without a fight. By his own admission, he gave him the grace of a samurai. Hiyori seems to have great balance and leg strength to walk in very high geta sandals without any strain. He also has decent arm strength, as he slaps the enormous Orochi with enough force to leave a mark. Hiyori has proven to be a very cunning manipulator, using her beauty along with superior acting skills to trick men into giving her all their fortune.

Hiyori was raised by Kyoshiro to be an oiran, and she adopted the name Komurasaki.

He is also a very talented musician when it comes to playing the shamisen, as he can play enchanting tunes that deeply captivate Orochi, his guests, and his fellow prostitutes. He has some level of medical skill, as he was able to treat Zoro's large shoulder wound. 20 years before today, Hiyori Oden's father was taken to the Flower Capital and executed by the shogun Kurozumi Orochi after illegally leaving Wano Country. Hiyori was at Oden Castle with her mother Toki and brother Momonosuke when Kaido, who worked with Orochi, set her on fire. Momonosuke and their followers are 20 years into the future, so Hiyori stays with him. Hiyori then manages to escape the castle alive without her mother, who perished in the fire. Hiyori was raised by Kyoshiro to be an oiran, and she adopted the name Komurasaki. During her career, Hiyori dated several men, claiming to want her freedom bought before the shogun Orochi took her and agreeing to go out with every man if they manage to do this. The men gave up everything they had to raise the money, which they had. However, she spent the money and got rid of the men after they donated the amount she asked for, leaving them with nothing. Komurasaki was chosen by Orochi to perform his services at his banquet. He was walking through the streets of the Flower Capital as the citizens stared at him in admiration, and he joined the Kamuro Toko who had come late to the procession. He is then confronted by several men whom he has tricked, but his guards overpower them.

When the men wept in sorrow, she mocked and put them down as she walked away from them. He then made it to Orochi's palace. In the banquet hall, he sat next to Orochi. During the banquet, Komurasaki played some music before returning to Orochi's side. Orochi then talks about the impending return of the Nine Red Scabbards and Momonosuke's son, and he is surprised when Toko laughs at him. He begged Orochi not to attack his Kamuro, but he didn't listen, forcing her to slap him. He refuses to kowtow in apology, and Orochi angrily transforms into Yamata no Orochi. After he once again refused to apologize, Orochi attacked him and brought it to one of his mouths. However, he was removed from Orochi's grip when the ceiling hit the shogun's head. He then confronted Kyoshiro, and received his grace when he struck him with his sword. Hiyori somehow managed to survive. He reunites with Toko and they flee the Flower Capital when Toko is chased by assassin Orochi Kamazo. They are chased into Ringo, and when they arrive at the Oihagi Bridge, Hiyori pleads with the swordsman Roronoa Zoro and the samurai Gyukimaru for help. He agreed to Zoro's request for food and alcohol in return, and watched as he fought Kamazo. He was surprised when Kamazo pierced Zoro's shoulder, but Zoro then managed to knock the killer down.

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Zoro then fell unconscious from his wound, and Hiyori took him to a house in the Northern Cemetery to treat him. When Zoro wakes up, he tries to leave immediately, and Hiyori holds him back, accidentally aggravating his wound. Hiyori then gave Zoro some food and alcohol, and told him about Gyukimaru and what happened to him and Toko. He then reveals his own identity and that he is looking for his brother Momonosuke. Hiyori's name means "weather". The name Komurasaki translates to "little purple" and is the Japanese name for the purple beautyberry. It may also come from Miura-ya Komurasaki, a real-life Oiran from the Edo period with a tragic love story immortalized in Kitagawa Utamaro's paintings The Lovers Miura-ya Komurasaki and Shirai Gonpachi In that story, Shirai Gonpachi also commits crimes to buy his freedom. But Komurasaki from the story truly loved him and committed suicide when his actions resulted in his death. One Piece Manga - Chapter 909 (p. 8), Hiyori is first seen in the introduction to Wano Country. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 One Piece Manga - Vol. 92 Chapter 927 (p. 10-14), Hiyori is first introduced in the present as Komurasaki. One Piece Manga - Vol. 92 Chapter 927 (p. 12), Hiyori's alias in Wano is revealed. One Piece Manga - Chapter 928, Momonosuke reveals that Hiyori is 26 in the present day. 5.0 5.1 One Piece Manga - Vol. 92 Chapter 920, Hiyori is seen as a child. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 One Piece Manga - Chapter 938, Hiyori is revealed to still be alive in the present. One Piece Manga - Chapter 938 (p. 14-15), Hiyori is confirmed to be Komurasaki. 8.0 8.1 One Piece Manga - Vol. 93 Chapter 933, Hiyori is struck down by Kyoshiro. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 One Piece Manga - Chapter 928 (p. 8-16), Komurasaki is fully seen. One Piece Manga - Vol. 93 Chapter 933 (p. 2-4, 9-13), Komurasaki's actions at the end of Orochi's party. One Piece Manga - Vol. 92 Chapter 929 (p.

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