Kuchiki

Kuchiki (朽木, decayed tree) may refer to a number of people. It is a Japanese family name.

  • Kuchiki Mototsuna, samurai
  • Kuchiki Tanetsuna, samurai
  • Natasha Kuchiki, a professional figure skater

In fiction

  • Byakuya Kuchiki, character featured in the Japanese anime Bleach
  • Rukia Kuchiki, major character featured in the Japanese anime Bleach

Other articles related to "kuchiki":

Green Green (visual Novel) - Additional Notes
... Kutsuki vs Kuchiki - The pronunciation of Futaba and Wakaba's last name has been the subject of debate since the release of the game ... deciding how to pronounce 朽木, often shifting between Kutsuki (くつき) and Kuchiki (くちき) ... most of the voice actors stick to Kutsuki when talking about Futaba, while they use Kuchiki when talking about Wakaba ...
List Of Soul Reapers In Bleach - Soul Reaper Characters - Thirteenth Division - Rukia Kuchiki
... Rukia Kuchiki (朽木 ルキア, Kuchiki Rukia?) is the adopted younger sister of Byakuya Kuchiki, who had been married to Rukia's sister Hisana ... has been made ineligible by order of Byakuya Kuchiki out of concern for her safety ...
Rukia Kuchiki
... Rukia Kuchiki (朽木 ルキア, Kuchiki Rukia?) is a fictional character in the anime and manga series Bleach created by Tite Kubo ... In the series, Kuchiki is a Soul Reaper in charge of slaying evil spirits known as Hollows ... Kuchiki has appeared in several other pieces of Bleach media, including the four featured films in the series, the two original video animations, and several video games ...
Byakuya Kuchiki
... Byakuya Kuchiki (朽木 白哉, Kuchiki Byakuya?) is a fictional character in the anime and manga series Bleach created by Tite Kubo ...
Rukia Kuchiki - Creation and Conception
... Because of this, Kuchiki was one of the first characters of the series to be created ... Soul Reaper had swords, Kubo thought that they all should use guns, while only Kuchiki used a scythe ... Kubo also mentioned that Kuchiki did not seem like a lead character, so he created Ichigo Kurosaki to be the series protagonist ...