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Nezuko Kamado (竈門 (かまど) () () () Kamado Nezuko?) is Tanjirou's sister. She was turned into a Demon by Muzan Kibutsuji.

Appearance

Nezuko has long black hair which she tied into a bun as a human but wears it loose as a demon with several small white ribbons. She also has bright pink eyes which were originally dark red when she was a human. She carries around a piece of bamboo in her mouth.

She wears a pink kimono with a star pattern and red and white checkered obi with a black haori. As a demon, she is able to change the size of her body.
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Nezuko's appearance when she was human.

Personality

Nezuko's original personality as a human was of a kind and caring girl, who thought of others before herself much like her older brother Tanjirou.

As a demon, Nezuko seems to have forgotten a good portion of her memories as a human aside of those related to her family. She is still very caring and protective towards other humans who she sees as members of her family due to Urokodaki's influence while she was asleep for two years.

History

Synopsis

Final Selection Arc

First Mission Arc

Asakusa Arc

Drum House Arc

Natagumo Mountain Arc

Functional Recovery Training Arc

Demon Train Arc

Red Light District Arc

Abilities and Powers

Ability-to-change-size

Nezuko growing larger to overpower Tanjirou in a fight, and becoming smaller to fit in the basket.

Demon Abilities

Ability to Change her Body Size: Ever since Nezuko was turned into a Demon, she is able to change the size of her body at will.

Enhanced Strength: Nezuko is able to fight and defend herself from Demon attacks, and she occasionally uses her legs to kick open doors.

Blood Demon Technique ( (けっ) () (じゅつ) Kekkijutsu?)

  • Blood Burst ( (ばっ) (けつ) Bakketsu?)[1] - Nezuko causes her blood to instantly ignite with hot flames.

Trivia

  • Kamado, without the second kanji (竈, かまど) is a traditional Japanese wood or charcoal fueled cook stove/furnance.
  • Do, the second kanji of her family name, (門, ど) means door.
  • Nezu (禰豆, ねず) is part of the word Gonezu (五禰豆, ごねず), which is the name of a flower, the Japanese Snowball.
  • Ko (子, こ) is a common Japanese name suffix for girls. It also means child.

Quotes

References

  1. Kimetsu no Yaiba Manga: Chapter 40, Page 13