Who is O-Kiku? The Real Origin Of O-Kiku
O-Kiku is a tea house girl who breathes in the area of Kuri in Wano Country. However, following her introduction, she did remind me of someone else.
The woman in the image in the arms of the person is identified as Kiku-Hime, very comparable to the O-Kiku that seems as of current in the Wano arc. Kiku-Hime implies a flower named chrysanthemum princess.
Who is Kiku-Hime?
She is the child of Hitaki, the master of her family & the Daimyo of Yo, A Non-Canon region in Wano. Yo was commanded by Hitaki for several years. His ruling state was thought to be passed down to Kiku-Hime, and her fiance, the family’s flower designing teacher, Toratsugo. However, 3 days later their engagement, Lark, a prince from a nearby region, came to the city & murdered Hitaki. Toratsugu was rather accused of Hitaki’s failure by Lark & transferred to prison. He fled from prison to a nearby beach, where he discovered & ate the Devil fruit Tori-Tori no Mi, Model: Nue He went in screening in a hill temple, and Lark and Kiku-Hime became engaged.
The Strawhat Pirates wash up on the shore with their ship, similar to what occurred in the manga, and protected Kiku-Hime from Lark with Luffy striking him in the face.
Connection Between O-Kiku and Kiku-Hime
- They are very alike in looks and name.
- Urashima wants to marry O-Kiku likewise to how Lark desired to wed Kiku before Luffy showed up in both situations to end them.
- O-Kiku may, in fact, be related to the local popular Daimyo.
Oden was the Daimyo of Kuri & similar to Hitaki was annihilated by an external force. Possibly a Toratsugo character would be included albeit under a separate name.