Be very careful when you try my patience because I will just bite back really hard if you choose to go to territory that you never should have ventured to. That’s how I describe myself. On the outside, I am often perceived as a vivacious, bubbly, cheery, feisty, sunny, and fun-loving illusionist who has a lot of tricks up my sleeves, basks in the company of my family, and enjoys playing pranks with a huge smile on my face. I know myself better than anybody else because that is only a part of me. Although I perceive myself as a kind and sweet person who does not hold a grudge so easily, people who take advantage of my kindness better watch out because I can strike really hard whenever somebody is lying to me or chooses to play me for a fool. I am also not a one-trick pony. My illusions are not the only powers I have going for me, for I am well-versed in Shaolin Kung Fu, Wushu, judo, karate, Capoeira, Tae Kwon Do, and kenpo which have been my favourite martial arts ever since I was a little girl. I am also keen on gymnastics and running marathons because they help my with flexibility and endurance. My skills in illusions, gymnastics, and martial arts, especially Shaolin Kung Fu and Wushu, have become more honed with time that I became the combat strategist and healer of both The Splendid Seven and The Northern Yoro Tribe, helping out all my fellow Yokai warriors find out what their next plan of action is as well as tending to their wounds. All what I have been doing thus far would not have been possible without the loving support of may parents-in-law, my grandfather, my darling husband Ginta, my wonderful brothers-in-law and best friends for life Hakkaku and Shuran, my amazing older sister Ayame, my powerful and strong big brothers-in-law and mentors Inuyasha and Sesshoumaru. It is through them that I have a purpose to live my life the best way I can, and I am forever blessed and grateful to have them as my family.
Masculine charm, adorability, loyalty, genuineness, hilarity, kindness, and boundless support are the traits I could best describe Ginta who I have been married to for over twenty-five years now. To say that I am happy to call Ginta my husband is the greatest understatement of the century. I am blessed, elated, and euphoric he is my husband, my soulmate, and my champion. He is somebody who knows how to use his strength, speed, stamina, and agility to protect those in need and ensure that selflessness and hope remain at the forefront of my, his, and our entire family’s lives. Ginta’s kindness should never be mistaken for his weakness because he is surprisingly formidable in karate, judo, jujitsu, Wushu, Muay Thai, Tae Kwon Do, and aikido. The discipline that he shows in these martial arts is so astounding, and he never settles for anything less. I have seen him grow as a Yokai warrior through his lightning kicks and his equally powerful punches that could leave a major dent. His strength really lies in his dedication and discipline to keep on growing as a Yokai warrior and doing what he can to keep the peace in The Splendid Seven, The Northern Yoro Tribe, and I would argue all of Japan. Being a fine martial artist aside, what I have always admired about Ginta is how much he makes me laugh in the most positive way. He has this infectious hilarity that makes him truly handsome on the inside and on the outside, for there is neither a bad bone nor a mean streak in his body and in his heart. He comforts me whenever I am in doubt or in pain, and he always reminds me that behind every dark cloud is a silver lining that would shine in all of us no matter what we do. This positivity is also passed down to our children and to Ginta’s role as an unconditionally loving and self-sacrificing father. We have seen our boys grow from energetic youths to dashing warriors and our girls grow from sweet young maidens to compassionate and kind healers who know a thing or two about medicine. We are even happy to see our children being happily married and having children of their own. There is nobody in this world I could ever put my trust in than Ginta. He has definitely kept me safe from harm, has built a strong roof over our heads, and has always done his best to never give up on either me or our family or our children or our grandchildren.
I may love Ginta with all of my heart, but both Hakkaku and Shuran come a close second because they are just as genuine, supportive, handsome both inside and outside, and absolutely radiant as the finest gentlemen I have had the utmost privilege of calling my brothers-in-law, my comrades, and even my first loves when I was a child. I could still remember how young I was when I had such a hard time choosing who I really liked the most, whether it was Ginta’s adorable charm, Hakkaku’s hilarious energy or Shuran’s great fortitude. Back when I was a child, they were all wonderful, but I ultimately went for Ginta as my husband, which both Hakkaku and Shuran were, are, and will always be supportive with. Sometimes I still could not believe that all three of them were my suitors when we were very young. Nevertheless, the wonderful memories I had with Ginta, Hakkaku, and Shuran will always be ingrained in our minds and our hearts, and we will always have each other. In fact, the four of us look up to Ayame, Inuyasha, and Sesshoumaru as our main role models and our main sources of inspiration when it comes to growing stronger as Yokai warriors and as individuals. The four of us definitely learned a whole lot from them, and we will always stay inspired. Going to Hakkaku, he is such an energetic, vivacious, and valiant soul that I can always depend on him to make me feel great about myself. He uses that enthusiasm to not only keep our family alive but also improve and reach new heights as a practitioner of Muay Thai, jujitsu, Tae Kwon Do, and judo which he continues to do so wonderfully. He never gives up on his duties as a Yokai warrior and is always determined to safeguard all of us from peril. When it comes to my love life with Ginta, he is extremely supportive to the point where he always loves to see us happy. As for Shuran, he is the rock who keeps us all together in times of joy and in times of sadness. There is no doubt that his mighty lightning powers and his super strength make him the most reliable fighter in The Splendid Seven, The Western Lands, and The Northern Yoro Tribe. He is also one of the greatest sumo wrestlers and wrestlers I have ever known. Sesshoumaru, Inuyasha, Ayame, Hakkaku, Ginta, and I have watched his every match, and he has emerged as a champion. Ever since then, we have been all proud of his every achievement. Behind all the guts, bulky power, and brute strength is a fiercely loyal, wonderfully supportive, and absolutely sensitive person who always knows what is best for all of us and would never want to hurt any of us. He is also a very caring and protective individual who always jumps in to protect us from danger. When it comes to him being such a big softy, he is especially kind and loyal to Sesshoumaru and Hakkaku, and they balance each other out so well being the three closest confidants, comrades, and all. Shuran is also just as supportive of my and Ginta’s relationship, given the many occasions he has made sure that both of us remained happy together. I also speak for my husband when I say that Hakkaku and Shuran are simply wonderful gentlemen to have around in our lives, and Ginta and I are just as grateful to have them as part of our family. Shuran, Hakkaku, Ginta, and I have been strong for each other and for Sesshoumaru, Inuyasha, and Ayame ever since we were children, and we will always stay strong for each other to this very day. Speaking of Ayame, Inuyasha, and Sesshoumaru, they are just as phenomenal.
World’s greatest sister does not even begin to describe Ayame. She has always meant everything to me growing up from excitable little girls to the confident and powerful Yokai warrior women we are today. We both have our grandfather and all of our mentors from The Northern Yoro Tribe to thank for making us grow in humility, dignity, duty, and fortitude as warriors and as individuals. I adore her as one of the greatest kickboxers, boxers, and grapplers in The Northern Yoro Tribe as well as in all of Japan because her uppercuts, jabs, hooks, roundhouse kicks, and chokeholds are a true sight to behold. She is a true pillar of strength, determination, and fearlessness that I have always emulated her. Ayame and I would always challenge each other in Shaolin Kung Fu, judo, Tae Kwon Do, and kickboxing every morning, noon, and night, and I would be really excited to do so. I feel so much stronger and better conditioned every time I do a bout with Ayame because she pushes me to reach my fullest potential as a Yokai warrior. Through Ayame’s encouragement, she would always tell me how proud she is of me for never giving up and for always staying motivated. Warrior mindset aside, Ayame is also the kindest, most compassionate, and most loving older sister I have ever had and even the most supportive and most courageous second-in-command of The Splendid Seven. She is one valiant soul who plunges headfirst into battle with all of her strength and holds nothing back. She does not do this for personal glory, but to ensure our safety and well-being, and I consider that most honourable. We also confide in each other about many things that make us happy, sad, angry, and/or confused, and we always help each other out in constructive ways. We also like to talk about Sesshoumaru, Inuyasha, Shuran, Hakkaku, and Ginta because we both admire them with all of our hearts and in different ways. Just as I love Ginta as my husband and love Hakkaku and Shuran as the most amazing gentlemen and supporters of my romantic relationship with Ginta, Ayame loves Inuyasha as her husband and loves Sesshoumaru as a wonderful gentleman and a strong supporter of her romantic relationship with Inuyasha. We are even fascinated by how Sesshoumaru, Inuyasha, Shuran, Hakkaku, and Ginta have kept their bodies all well built, muscular, toned, and just like Greek gods every time they strip down naked to the point where we swear that Sesshoumaru’s and Inuyasha’s biceps could crush any foe and their musculature is always aspirational for any male Yokai warrior, Shuran’s fats have turned into pure muscles that could make him built like a huge stone monument, and Hakkaku’s and Ginta’s muscles have certainly grown in shape and hardness. Muscles aside, Ayame and I would confirm that we are so fortunate to have five strong, powerful, and mighty Yokai warrior Alpha Males in our family. In all of our times of joy, sadness, and doubts, Ayame and I are so blessed to call each other sisters, and there is no other sister I would rather entrust my life to than her.
I would definitely give the title of handsomest, strongest, and most powerful big brother-in-law to Inuyasha because his leadership, valour, determination, and overall fortitude are what make me look up to him as my role model. I also speak for my dear husband Ginta when I say that he is a steadfast and warm older brother who I can also depend on. Every sparring session in jujitsu, wrestling, boxing, Pankration, and kickboxing I see Inuyasha and Ginta involved in just makes me proud that Ginta has grown stronger as a fighter. Just as how Ayame has helped me grow as a Yokai warrior, Inuyasha has done such an amazing job in helping Ginta reach his full potential as one too. Ginta and I have been always inspired by Inuyasha and Ayame when it comes to how we need to live our best lives as couples and as individuals, and they have done great jobs in helping us cut our own paths in our lives. Moreover, Ginta and I are just as happy to see our children be married to Inuyasha’s and Ayame’s children because we know fully well that our daughters can be in great hands with their sons because of their strength and courage and our sons can use their strength and agility to be just as empowering as their daughters are. This has even gotten to the point where we became each others’ children’s godparents, which Inuyasha, Ayame, Ginta, and I are blessed to be to this very day. Seeing their children and our children start families of their own is just as magnificent, and we can see our grandchildren growing just as strong. My experience growing up with Inuyasha is that he is really like a big brother to me. Whenever I’m hurt, he is always there to make my wounds heal. Sometimes I do crack jokes on him, but he doesn’t mind and he finds them really cute and charming. Inuyasha is more than just muscles and power. He really has a fiercely loyal heart and is a true hero who never gives up on any of us. I admire how much he always does his best to reach higher ground as a Yokai warrior, as a leader, and as an overall individual. I even respect how much he has managed to honour his word as the greatest husband Ayame could have ever married. He has honour and dignity all over his being aside from having super strength and great combat prowess, and I am truly joyful to call him my big brother from another mother.
Respect and allegiance are what I have for Sesshoumaru as my other favourite big brother-in-law. He really wears the code of the martial arts on his sleeve with all of his body, his mind, and his soul. What makes me really appreciate Sesshoumaru is his boundless sense of discipline. He can never stay idle as a Yokai warrior and complacency is never allowed. Every kata he practices is precise, well timed, lightning fast, and powerful that I almost felt like I was being thrown across the room. It’s no wonder why he is one of the The Western Lands’ and The Northern Yoro Tribe’s best fighters in jujitsu, judo, Tae Kwon Do, Pankration, boxing, kickboxing, and wrestling. He not only makes sure that his body is strong and well built, but he does everything in his power to keep his mind clear from distractions and his warrior code as well established as ever. Sesshoumaru has also used his experience as a martial artist to train The Western Lands’ and The Northern Yoro Tribe’s finest warriors so that they can fend themselves well, and he is also great in making sure that his children grow as martial artists and as individuals. When it comes to Sesshoumaru and Inuyasha as brothers, they are absolutely competitive in a really healthy way that has also inspired Shuran, Hakkaku, and Ginta to be just as strong as they are. Inuyasha may be the strongest when it comes muscles, but Sesshoumaru is the strongest when it comes to sheer physical strength and great determination. I am also really glad that both Sesshoumaru and Inuyasha are the leaders of The Splendid Seven because they are strong, steadfast, determined, and dedicated warriors who also carry themselves well like confident kings. In fact, every time I see Sesshoumaru and Inuyasha transform into their full-fledged Yokai forms to beat up villains, monsters, and demons with their fierce fists, fleet feet, magnificent muscles, and super strength, I am just as energised, driven, and inspired to be just as mighty as them. Their roars are just as mighty when they do it together. As a Panther Yokai warrior, I can even attest that Sesshoumaru’s and Inuyasha’s roars are the loudest, maybe even louder than mine, Ayame’s, Ginta’s, Hakkaku’s, and Shuran’s combined. Where my experience with Sesshoumaru is concerned, he is a fine sparring partner. Whenever Ginta and I spar with him whether together or individually, he is able to point out where we need to improve on and impose on us that martial arts is not a joke, a game, and/or a means to show off. It is a way of life that requires dedication and discipline to better ourselves. He also emphasises how important overcoming obstacles is which is something his dad always imposed on him when he was young. There is no doubt that Sesshoumaru’s unparalleled skills as a martial artist and his dedication to his word have made him a very fine role model and a surprisingly great mentor.
If I could give badges of honour to the greatest people and family members I have in my life they would have to go to Ginta, Hakkaku, Shuran, Ayame, Inuyasha, and Sesshoumaru. Ginta for being the most loyal, lovable, and kind husband. Hakkaku for being a staunch and honest gentleman. Shuran for being a protective, sensitive, and tenacious warrior. Ayame for being an unconditionally loving and equally strong older sister. Inuyasha for being a mighty leader full of fortitude. And last but not least, Sesshoumaru for displaying honour and diligence in his craft as a martial artist and his being as an overall person. There is nobody I would rather be with than these exceptional people, and I am so blessed and happy to be with them.