Names Beginning with K

Name

Identity

Single Sheet Prints

Triptychs and Diptychs

Kagechika, ďba

defeated Yoritomo at Ishibashiyama in 1180

 

T340

Kagehisa

d. 1182; warrior and sum˘ wrestler on the Taira side; also known as Matano Gor˘

S1a.13; S1c.8; S1f.6; S8.1; S16.6; S46.85; S91 (not in Robinson); S95b.1

T28; T39; T94; T141; T197; T227; T340; T353

Kage-Ie, Kakizaki Izumi no Kami

Uesugi warrior at Kawanakajima

S63.11

 

Kagekado, Kat˘ji

twelfth-century warrior

S15.4

T312

Kagekiyo, Akushichiby˘e Taira no

(Kazusa Shichibyoe Kagekiyo)

Taira champion

S1e (not in Robinson); S22.6; S31.4; S46.56; S46.97; S52.4; S74.51; S76.4; S88.52

T60; T98; T109; T146; T157; T300

Kagesue, Kajiwara Genda

d.1200; Minamoto warrior

S22.7; S28.32; S31.5; S50 (not in Robinson); S67.3; S73.5

T18; T62; T153; T191; T193; T217; T225; T334

Kagesue, Kajiwara, wife of

 

S20.28

 

Kagetoki, Kajiwara Heiz˘

father of Kagesue

S36.55; S84.12

T22a; T67; T153; T241; T320

Kaguya-Hime

daughter of the old bamboo-gatherer (taketori); also known as Kakuya-Hime

S44.14

 

Kaidomaru

Also known ar Kintar˘, the childhood name of Kintoki, strong man and retainer of Raik˘

S1b.5;S1d.1; S1e.11; S1e.17; S7.2; S12 (all); S17.10; S31.7; S35a.1; S46.25; S74.27; S87.6; S87a (not in Robinson); S88.12; S93.3; S94.1; S95e.7; S95e (not in Robinson)

T3; T4; T21; T26a; T44; T46; T90; T128; T169; T261; T262; T298; T305; T357

Kaji of Gion

waitress in a Kyoto tea-house and talented poetess and niece of the artist K˘rin

S20.13; S25.1; S29.4; S35.4.

 

Kaji-jo of Gion

waitress in a Kyoto tea-house and talented poetess and niece of the artist K˘rin

S20.13; S25.1; S29.4; S35.4.

 

Kajiwara Family

 

S73.13 bis

 

Kakogawa Honz˘

chief retainer of Wakasa no Suke in 'Chűshingura'; also known as Kakugawa Monz˘

S45.56; S86.2; S86.9

T248a

Kakugawa Monz˘

chief retainer of Wakasa no Suke in 'Chűshingura'; also known as Kakugawa Honz˘

S45.56; S86.2; S86.9

T248a

Kakuhan, Yokogawa

warrior-monk of Yoshino

S8.2; S65.16; S89.8

T2; T257

Kakuju

old lady in the play 'Sugawara'

S46.30

 

Kakumei, Tayű-b˘

warrior-monk and secretary to Yoshinaka

 

T25

Kakurega no Mohei

dramatic character, involved with a kappa

S42.3

 

Kakutei, Kawachi

one of Ch˘han's robber-gang

S65.4

 

Kakuya-Hime

daughter of the old bamboo-gatherer (taketori) also known as Kaguya-Hime

S44.14

 

Kakuzen, H˘z˘-in

 

S89.3

 

Kamada Matahachi

strong man of Matsuzaka in Ise and monster-slayer

S1e.3; S23.10; S43.3; S74.20

 

Kamegiku

shiraby˘shi dancer under the Emperor Go-Toba and mistress of Suketsune

S36.46

T212; T304

Kamei Rokur˘

retainer of Yoshitsune; also known as Narikiyo, Kamei Rokuro and as Shigekiyo

S31.11

T215

Kameya Chűbei

dramatic character; lover of Umegawa

S46.75

 

Kamigashi-Hime

heroine under the Emperor Keik˘ (71-130)

S1a.8; S87.3

 

Kamiya Iemon (or Niemon)

villain of ĹYotsuya kwaidanĺ; husband of O-Iwa; also known as Tamiya Iemon and as Tamiya Niemon

S45.25; S46.49; S74.66

 

Kamiya Jihei

hero of a double-suicide play, 'Ten no Amijima'

S51.3

 

Kan No Buntei (Wŕn Ti of Han)

Chinese Paragon of Filial Piety; son of the founder of the Han dynasty

S60.3

 

Kanai Tanegor˘

monster-slayer

S74.63

 

Kanamaru, Oribe Yahei

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin; a septuagenarian

S54.21; S78.8; S80.6; S90.21

 

Kanchikotsuritsu Shuki

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.27; S3.12

 

Kanefusa, Yoshioka

dyer by profession, but an expert swordsman

S37.22, S89 (not in Robinson)

 

Kanehide, Okano Ginemon

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.11; S90.11

 

Kanehide, Okano, wife of

 

S56.14

 

Kanehira, Imai Shir˘

d.1184; retainer of Yoshinaka and brother of Higuchi Kanemitsu

S94.4

T63; T265

Kane-jo

strong woman of ďmi Province; also known as O-Kane

S1a.5; S20.14; S24.5; S29.5; S35.5; S35a.3; S48.4; S95a.2

 

Kanemasa, Minamoto no

one of the Hundred Poets

S19.78

 

Kanemitsu, Higuchi Jir˘

retainer of Yoshinaka; also known as Higuchi Jir˘; later said to have become a sailor named Matsuemon

S1a.14; S46.34; S73.8; S94.2

T181

Kanemori, Taira no

one of the Hundred Poets

S19.40

 

Kanesada, Yoshida Sadaemon

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.6; S71.3; S78.3; S90.6

 

Kanesuke, Yoshida Chűzaemon

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.50; S80.16; S90.50; S95c (not in Robinson)

 

Kanetaka, Yamaki Hangwan

Taira ally, slain by Yoritomo

S92.4

T88; T123; T239; T312

Kanetsugu

Uesugi warrior at Kawanakajima; also known as Naoe Yamashiro no Kami Kanetsugu

S34.12; S36.34; S83.2

 

Kanetsune, Miura Jiroemon

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin; also known as Miura Shiroemon

S54.49; S72.4; S80.5; S90.49

 

Kaneyoshi, Kobayashi Heihachi(r˘)

retainer of Moronao in the Chűshingura

S57.8

T184

Kankai

apprentice to Ki-ichi H˘gen; Kankai is also known as Tankai, Kitashirakawa

S4a.9; S65.7

 

Kanke

statesman, poet, and hero of the play ĹSugawara'; one of the Hundred Poets; also known as Michizane, Sugawara no

S1f.13; S19.24; S45.49; S46.30; S46.62; S95c.6

 

Kanshin (Han Sin)

late third-century BCE Chinese warrior

 

T27

Kaosh˘ Rochishin

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Kwaosh˘ Rochishin

S2.39; S2a.6; S3.5; S46.17; S47.13

 

Kaoyo-Gozen

wife of Enya in the Chűshingura

S46.90; S55.4; S56.8 (Yoshinin-ni); S86.1

T248

Karaki Masaemon

swordsman in the Igagoe revenge story; also known as Araki Mataemon

S36.6; S37.1

T29; T41a; T106; T250; T290

Kariya-Hime

heroine of the play 'Sugawara'

S45.49; S46.30

 

Karukaya D˘shin

daimyo of the Ashikaga period; also known as Shigeuji, Kat˘á

S36.65; S43.4; S45.11; S46.35

 

Karumo

courtesan, associated with Hayano Kampei

S72.8

 

Karumo

filial girl of Matsuyama

S23.16

 

Kasane

wife of Yoemon; heroine of a ghost-story

S30.3; S74.54

 

Kashiwade no Omi Hadesu

envoy to Korea under the Emperor Kimmei (545)

S1e.7; S1e (drawing); S4a.8; S17.3; S24.16; S91 (not in Robinson)

 

Kashiwade no Omi Hanoshi

envoy to Korea under the Emperor Kimmei (545)

S1e.7; S1e (drawing); S4a.8; S17.3; S24.16; S91 (not in Robinson)

 

Kashiwade no Omi Hasuhi

envoy to Korea under the Emperor Kimmei (545)

S1e.7; S1e (drawing); S4a.8; S17.3; S24.16; S91 (not in Robinson)

 

Kashiwade no Omi Hatebe

envoy to Korea under the Emperor Kimmei (545)

S1e.7; S1e (drawing); S4a.8; S17.3; S24.16; S91 (not in Robinson)

 

Kashiwagi-dayű

courtesan of Shimabara in the Chűshingura

S56.12

 

Kassenba ďteiroku

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Kwakubimba ďteiroku

S2.38; S3.12

 

Kat˘ Kiyomasa

1562-1611; leading general of Hideyoshi; also known as Fujiwara no Masakiyo, 1562-1611

S1e.1; S1f.19; S62.8; S76.8; S84.3; S88.30; S95b.2; S95f (not in Robinson)

T183; T203; T205; T317

Kat˘ Samanosuke Yoshiaki

1563-1631; fought in Korea

S62.35

 

Katsuchiyo Maru

child-name of Takeda Shingen

S1a.4; S24.6; S31.14; S32.6; S34.1; S44.37; S50.2; S63.1; S73.2; S82.1; S88.33; S95C.4; S95f.1

T136; T154; T160; T162; T165; T175; T246; T258; T289; T325; T332; T345

Katsuenra Gensh˘shichi

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Kwatsuenra Gensh˘shichi

S2.40; S2a.7; S3.6; S47.14

 

Katsugor˘

 

 

T274

Katsuie, Shibata

overthrown by Hideyoshi at Shizu-ga-mine; also known as Tatsuie, Chibata Shuri-no-Shin

S62.7

T329

Katsuma Gengobei

character in ĹGodairikiĺ; also known as Satsuma Gengobeiá

S36.66; S51.4

 

Katsumasa, Takagawa

victor over the H˘j˘ at Shinagawa

S61.11

 

Katsumasa, Tatsugawa Sakon

skilled strategist in the service of Nobunaga; also known as Kazumasu, Takigawa

S62.45

 

Katsuoki, Sait˘ Uhy˘e-no-Tayű

defeated by Nobunaga in 1564; also known as Tatsuoki, Sait˘

S62.32

 

Katsusuke R˘boku

 

S56.18

 

Katsutoyo, Shimura Masaz˘

a prominent retainer of Kat˘ Kiyomasa

S62.38

 

Katsuyori, Takeda Inashir˘

son of Takeda Shingen

S34.2

 

Kawabe no Omi

shipbuilder under Sh˘toku Taishi (618)

S14.2

 

Kawadamura K˘jo

Japanese Paragon of Filial Piety

S30.4

 

Kawara no Sadaijin

(822-95), one of the Hundred Poets; also known as Minamoto no Toru

S19.14; S27.14

 

Kawazu Sabur˘

famous sum˘ wrestler; father of the Soga brothers; also known as Sukechika and as Sukeyasu, Kawazu Sabur˘

S16.6

T141; T340; T353

Kazumasu, Takigawa

skilled strategist in the service of Nobunaga; also known as Katsumasa, Tatsugawa Sakon

S62.45

 

Kazutada, Onikojima Yatar˘

probably identical with Torahide

S81.5

 

Kazu-Uji, Hosokawa

Ashikaga general against Kusunoki Masatsura; also known as Sada-Uji

 

T34; T333

Kend˘jin Ikuh˘shi

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.4

 

Kengyű (K'ien Niu)

the Divine Herdsman of the Milky Way legend

S19.6

 

Kenrei-Monin

daughter of Kiyomori, consort of Emperor Takakura

S46.43

T48; T96

Kenshin, Uesugi

1530-78; war-lord of Echigo

S24.1; S31.6; S32.3; S34.8; S73.2; S95c.5; S95f.1

T136; T160; T162; T165; T175; T231; T271a; T292; T314; T325; T332; T345; T350a

Kesa-Gozen

twelfth-century tragic heroine

S20.15; S33.3

T129

Keyamura Rokusuke

sixteenth-century strong man and expert swordsman

S1e.4; S23.11; S37.12; S45.43;á S53.4; S88.23

T131; T137; T170

Kezori Kuemon

pirate captain (dramatic character)..

S36.51; S45.18; S52.5

 

Kichiji

gold-merchant; companion of Yoshitsune

 

T149

Kichiemon

dramatic character; an inferior retainer

S45.50

 

Kichiz˘

dramatic character; lover of O-Shichi

S43.5; S74.29

 

Kida Magobee Muneharu

warrior, died in Manchuria in 1592

S62.12

 

Kid˘ Maru

robber and wizard in the late tenth century; associated with Yasusuke, Hakamadare

S1f.1; S8.6; S17.2; S88.28

T3; T169; T262

Kido Sakuzaemon Norishige

vassal of Konichi Yukitaka, 16th century

S62.19

 

Kiheiji, Hatch˘-Tsubote

retainer of Tametomo; husband of Yatsushiro

S35.1; S64.4; S76.5

 

Kii, Yűshi-Naishinn˘-ke

poetess (one of the Hundred Poets).

S19.72

 

Kikaku

poetess of the Tokugawa period

S35.6

 

Kikenji Toky˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Kirenji Tok˘

S2.28; S3.12; S47.11

 

Kikujid˘

 

S1d.5

 

Kiku-no-Mae

beloved of 5atsuma no Kami Tadanori

S28.38

 

Kiku˘ Maru

page to Noritsune

T49; T230

 

Kiky˘-no-Mae

lady of the court of Masakado

 

T177

Kimm˘ken Dankeijű

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.29; S3.9

 

Kimm˘ko Enjun

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.2

 

Kimpy˘shi Y˘rin

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Kinhy˘shi Y˘rin

S2.30; S3.9

 

Kimura Mataz˘ Shigekatsu

Vassal of Kat˘ Kiyomasa, 16th century

S62.38

 

Kingampy˘ Shion

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.4

 

Kinhy˘shi Y˘rin

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Kimpy˘shi Y˘rin

S2.30; S3.9

 

Kinsempy˘shi T˘ryű

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.31; S3.11

 

Kins˘shu Jonei

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.32; S3.6

 

Kinsuke, Takenori

Japanese Paragon of Filial Piety

S23.12

 

Kintar˘

inferior retainer (ashigaru)

S48.2

 

Kintar˘

Also known as Kaidomaru, childhood name of Kintoki, strong man and retainer of Raik˘

S1b.5;S1d.1; S1e.11; S1e.17; S7.2; S12 (all); S17.10; S31.7; S35a.1; S46.25; S74.27; S87.6; S87a (not in Robinson); S88.12; S93.3; S94.1; S95e.7; S95e (not in Robinson)

T3; T4; T21; T26a; T44; T46; T90; T128; T169; T261; T262; T298; T305; T357

Kint˘, Dainagon

of the Fujiwara family, one of the Hundred Poets

S19.57

 

Kintoki, Sakata no

strong man and retainer of Raik˘; known as Kintar˘ and also as Kwaid˘ Maru in childhood

S1b.5;S1d.1; S1e.11; S1e.17; S7.2; S12 (all); S17.10; S31.7; S35a.1; S46.25; S74.27; S87.6; S87a (not in Robinson); S88.12; S93.3; S94.1; S95e.7; S95e (not in Robinson)

T3; T4; T21; T26a; T44; T46; T90; T128; T169; T261; T262; T298; T305; T357

Kintsura, Rokur˘

brother of Masakado (mid tenth century).

S61.5

T23; T252

Kinugawa Taniz˘

wrestler; character in ĹDate kurabeĺ

S45.39

 

Kirenji Tok˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Kikenji Toky˘

S2.28; S3.12; S47.11

 

 

Kiri-ishi Tange

dramatic character

S43.1

 

Kisanda

servant to Yoshitsune

S65.3

T20; T47; T108; T185; T264

Kisen-H˘shi

priest; one of the Hundred Poets

S19.8; S27.8

 

Kita-No-Kata

wife of Yoshitsune; also known as Ky˘-no-Kimi

 

T133; T164

Kiyohide, Wakagawa (Nakagawa)

follower of Nobunaga

 

T336

Kiyo-Hime

dragon-demon in the story of the bell of D˘j˘ji

S49.2; S87.4

 

Kiyokazu, Sakurai Takichi

one of the Three Swordsmen of Shizu-ga-mine

S62.34

 

Kiyomasa, Kat˘

1562-1611; leading general of Hideyoshi; also known as Fujiwara no Masakiyo, 1562-1611

S1e.1; S1f.19; S62.8; S76.8; S84.3; S88.30; S95b.2; S95f (not in Robinson)

T183; T203; T205; T317

Kiyomori, Taira no

war-lord and dictator, 1118-81

S15.5; S31.8; S36.49; S46.47; S52.3

T10; T83; T139; T155

Kiyoshige, Suruga Jir˘

retainer of Yoshitsune

S31.9

 

Kobayakawa Takakage

1532-96; fought Nobunaga and Hideyoshi, but later served in Korea

S62.21

 

K˘chű

Chinese warrior in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms

 

T309

Koga Sabur˘

 

S16.4

 

K˘g˘ no Tsubone

beloved of the Emperor Takakura (1169-81)

S21.1

 

K˘h˘gi S˘k˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2 (not in Robinson); S3.1; S95f.2

 

Kojijű

twelfth-century poetess, also known as Jijű, Matsuyoi no

S15.3

 

Kojor˘

female character in the play 'Shobu katabira'

S74.8

 

Koj˘s˘ Jisen

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.33; S3.3

 

K˘ju Maru

sacrificed himself in place of his father Fujiwara no Nakamitsu

S23.13

 

K˘jun

Chinese warrior in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms

 

T301

K˘kaku (Chiang Ko)

Chinese Paragon of Filial Piety

S79.5

 

K˘k˘ Tenn˘

Emperor (885-7); one of the Hundred Poets

S19.15; S27.15

 

Kokonohe-Tayű

courtesan in ĹGosan no kiriĺ

S46.61

 

Kokusempű Riki

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S1f.9; S2.34; S2 (not in Robinson); S2a.5; S3.1; S36.28

 

K˘ky˘ (Huang Hsiang)

Chinese Paragon of Filial Piety

S60.13

 

Komachi, Ono no

Court beauty and poetess; also known as Tamatsukuri

S1d.2; S19.9; S25 (not in Robinson); S27.9; S29.8; S36.1; S46.9; S46.95

 

Koman

heroine who saved the Minamoto banner from capture

S36.23; S74.71

T180

Koman

geisha in the play 'Godairiki'

S46.63

 

K˘mei

Chinese sage and strategist in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms; also known as Shokatsury˘

S10.1

T278; T294

Komizucha, Negoro no

warrior-priest of the Negoro temple in Konraiji; follower of the Sait˘

S62.26

 

K˘my˘ K˘g˘

701-60; Imperial consort

S74.58

 

Konami

daughter of Kakogawa Honz˘; betrothed to Rikiya in the Chűshingura

S55 (not in Robinson); S68.8

 

Kongara-D˘ji

acolyte of the god Fud˘ My˘-˘

S93.4

T253

Konjin Ch˘gor˘

wrestler who encountered demons in ĹFutatsu ch˘ch˘ĺ

S42.4

 

Konk˘ryű Rishun

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.35; S3.6

 

Kon-˘ Maru

fisherman who introduced tai as New Year specialty

S45.9

 

Konomura ďinosuke

elderly Chinese character in ĹGosan no kiriĺ

S74.15

 

Konseima˘ Hanzui

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.36; S3.10; S47.12

 

Koremochi, Taira no

eleventh-century hero of the play 'Momiji-gari'; also known as, Koreshige; sometimes confused with Koreshige (S87.5)

S1a.18; S1c.15; S28.7

 

Koremori, Sammi Chűj˘ Taira no

son of Shigemori

áS46.99

 

Koreshige, Taira no

eleventh-century hero of the play 'Momiji-gari'; also known as Koremochi; sometimes confused with Koreshige (S87.5)

S1a.18; S1c.15; S28.7

 

Kosanjo Ichij˘sei

Chinese heroine of the Suikoden

S2.37; S2a.15; S3.2; S47.9

 

Kosanry˘ Ichij˘sei

Chinese heroine of the Suikoden; also known as Ichij˘sei Kosanry˘

S2.37; S2a.15; S3.2; S47.9

 

K˘sekik˘ (Huang-Shih-Kung)

the 'yellow stone elder'; Chinese worthy

S74.21

 

Koshikubu

 

S95e (not in Robinson)

 

Koshikibu-no-Naishi

eleventh-century poetess; daughter of the poetess Izumi-shikibu

S35.7

 

Koshio Denshir˘

retainer of Moronao in the Chűshingura

S57.43

 

Koshir˘ Hy˘go

Kusunoki warrior killed at Shij˘-nawate in 1348

 

T347

Kotar˘

son of Matsu˘ Maru in the play 'Sugawara'

S46.16

 

K˘teiken (Huang T'ing-Chien)

Chinese Paragon of Filial Piety

S60.24

 

K˘tenrai Ry˘shin

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as H˘tenrai Ry˘shin and G˘tenrai Ryűshin

S2.22; S3.3; S47.5

 

Kotoda, ďmi no

retainer of Kud˘ Suketsune in ĹSoga monogatariĺ

S74.26

 

K˘t˘-no-Naishi

wife of Nitta Yoshisada

 

T244

Kudayű

spy for Moronao in the Chűshingura

S86.7

 

Kuganosuke

hero of the play ĹImoseyamaĺ

S46.66

 

Kumai Tar˘ (Tadamoto)

 

 

T29a

Kumawaka Maru, Hino

son of Hino Suketomo, later named Hino Kunimitsu

S23.5; S36.35; S61.3

T120

Kume Sennin

indiscreet magician of Yamato

S74.46

 

Kuniharu, Obata Matabei

Takeda warrior at Kawanakajima

S63.10

 

Kunihira, Saij˘ Totar˘

son of Hidehira of Mutsu

 

T326

Kunitomo, Yasuda Takuby˘e

retainer of the Toki family (sixteenth century)

S62.49 (possibly)

 

Kunitoshi

Minamoto warrior at Yashima (1184).

 

T109

Kuriu Saemon(or Kuriu Saemon-no-j˘)

leading retainer of Nitta Yoshisada

 

T6; T47a

Kurofune Chűemon

character in the play ĹKurofune de-iri no minatoĺ

S74.13

 

Kurotsuka Hachir˘

Taira warrior slain by Tomoe-gozen

 

T25

Kuzunoha

fox-wife of Abe no Yasuna, mother of Seimei

S36.4; S45.2; S46.27; S74.44

 

Kwach˘ko Ky˘-˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.7

 

Kwaganshunkei T˘hi

 

S3.9

 

Kwaid˘ Maru

Childhood name of Kintoki, strong man and retainer of Raik˘

S1b.5;S1d.1; S1e.11; S1e.17; S7.2; S12 (all); S17.10; S31.7; S35a.1; S46.25; S74.27; S87.6; S87a (not in Robinson); S88.12; S93.3; S94.1; S95e.7; S95e (not in Robinson)

T3; T4; T21; T26a; T44; T46; T90; T128; T169; T261; T262; T298; T305; T357

Kwakkyo (Kuo ChŘ)

Chinese Paragon of Filial Piety

S13.11; S60.14; S79.4

 

Kwakubimba ďteiroku

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Kassenba ďteiroku

S2.38; S3.12

 

Kwannon

Buddhist goddess of mercy

S44.51; S74.49

T82; T318; T330

Kwanu

Chinese warrior in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms

S10.2; S17.8; S46.50; S88.16

T291; T293; T294; T295; T297; T307; T309; T311

Kwaosh˘ Rochishin

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Kaosh˘ Rochishin

S2.39; S2a.6; S3.5; S46.17; S47.13

 

Kwatsuenra Gensh˘shichi

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Katsuenra Gensh˘shichi

S2.40; S2a.7; S3.6; S47.14

 

Kway˘-Fujin

incarnation of the Nine-tailed Fox in India

S66.2; S66.3; S66.4

 

Ky˘-no-Kimi

wife of Yoshitsune; also known as Kita-no-Kata

 

T133; T164

Ky˘ogoku Takumi

villain of the 'Ichimisai' revenge story

S46.65

T131; T137; T170

Ky˘shi (Chiang Shih)

Chinese Paragon of Filial Piety

S13.7; S60.9

 

Kyubiki T˘s˘-˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.7; S47 (drawing)

 

Kyumonry˘ Shishin

Chinese wrestler-hero of the Suikoden; also known as Kyűmonryű Shishin

S1f (not in Robinson); S2.41; S2.42; S2.43; S2a.16; S3.4; S47.15; S88.38

 

Kyűmonryű Shishin

Chinese wrestler-hero of the Suikoden; also known as Kyumonry˘ Shishin

S1f (not in Robinson); S2.41; S2.42; S2.43; S2a.16; S3.4; S47.15; S88.38

 

Kyűsaku, Yamazaki no

character in the play ĹO-Some Hisamatsuĺ

S45.15

 

Kyűsemp˘ Sakuch˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.44; S3.8

 

ôRobinsonö refers to listing in Kuniyoshi: The Warrior-Prints by Basil William Robinson (Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 1982) and its privately published supplement.

 

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