Role: Aki’s husband and Naoko’s father. Dealer and financial benefactor for the Vongola. He has connections with Iemitsu.
-Intellectual, always thinking
-Caring more towards his family and close friends
-Modest and patient
Birthday: March 16
Zodiac sign: Pisces
Height: 160 cm
Weight: 50 kg
Languages: Japanese, some Italian
Role: Kisho’s Wife and mother to Naoko.
-Hesitant and doubtful
-Caring, gentle, and encouraging
-Willing to learn/Likes learning
They met by accidentally crossing paths in a local park during the fall when they were around their late teens. It wasn’t “love at first sight”, but they ended up talking for the reminder of the day and exchanged contact information. From then on, they slowly found a friend in one another and hung out more. They got to know what the other was like, shared memories together, accepted each other and fell in love. There were bumps along the way, such as Aki’s parents not approving of Kisho due to his family’s involvement of the Italian and Japanese mafias, but Aki had her heart set on him. He was attracted to her accepting nature and gentleness, something he didn’t exactly experience growing up. Unlike Iemitsu and Nana, Kisho felt it was necessary to let Aki know of his family’s involvement in the mafia since he wanted to be fully honest with her and not withhold the truth.
Eventually, with the reluctant blessings from her parents, Aki and Kisho married and had Naoko. They had started a normal, loving family.
However, about a year after Naoko was born, Aki suffered a case of retrograde amnesia when she experienced head trauma from a nasty fall. Since the part of her brain that held the information on long-term memories had taken the damage for the fall, she lost her memories from before the incident. Thankfully she survived due to hospital treatment, but could not remember her and Kisho’s shared memories or giving birth to Naoko. She knew her name, family, and other general information about herself. She says that she recalls once meeting a man in the park, but the memory is too blurry for exact details.
Kisho was devastated and Aki felt horribly lost and self conscience. She was very reluctant to believe Kisho’s words that they were married or even that Naoko was her child, but decided to trust him since she felt that she could.
From then on, Kisho, not meaning to smother her, devoted much of his time helping Aki retrieve her memories. He was hesitant to let her know of his connections to the mafia this time due to her condition, but decided it was best to be fully honest with her delicate mind. She was afraid to relearn of this, fearing for his life and Naoko’s but eventually accepted it.
As for Naoko, she had more memories lost with Kisho than Naoko, so this was one positive thing. Her period of disbelief that Naoko was hers ended when Naoko called her “mama”, this being her first word. From there, she became very attached to Naoko and loved her with all her heart. This drives Aki to recover from her amnesia, fall back in love with Kisho, and make as many memories with Naoko as possible. To help her, Kisho convinces her to keep a journal of all the memories she deems significant. He also showed her the picture albums of their memories, which brings Aki to tears because she “can feel that these events happened but doesn’t remember them on her own.” This including the love and nourishment Kisho gave her puts her back in love with him, though she becomes increasingly cautious and somewhat untrustworthy of others.
To ease this, Kisho signs her up for Karate lessons and other self defense courses as an outlet to vent her stress and make her fee reassured that she can defend herself. Especially when Kisho travels to Italy to deal with the Vongola. Naoko growing up also received Karate lessons.
The family has managed such struggles and if anything, this has brought them closer together. Naoko grows up with strong morals at an early age and honesty becomes one of her personality traits as a result of this.
Kisho means “one who knows his own mind”.
This was supposed to be ironic since Aki doesn’t know her mind after her incident; only the new memories she creates and the blurry recollections from the past. Also, since he’s rather intellectual and knows exactly how he wants to go about doing things, it’s important that he has a good grip on his mind.
Aki means “autumn”, “bright”, “shining”
Since the only past memory she remembers after she is released from the hospital is the day she met an important man in the fall, Aki seemed to fit and stick for me. Kisho tends to describe her smile and personality as bright too, and she has always been more of an optimistic person. (As she starts to feel more like herself again after the incident, her optimism returns too.)
Naoko means “honest child” or “obedient child”
Since honesty was taught as one of the most important things in life to her at a young age, this name seemed ideal to me. While she is more adventurous than her father would like her to be at times, she knows her place and follows the rules as long as her freedom isn’t fully restricted.
Magepresented by the
these are simply my
opinions and are not
meant to imply that
you should agree or
disagree nor should
these prove to be
offensive in any
way; if I do come
then you have my
This article came
about after a
requested that we
write ten clear,
simple tips for
information can be
very useful, but
it down into
chunks is so much
easier. So without
further ado plea...
See the light and
in photography is a
art. One of the most
of a photographer is
to see light and to
remember it. Light
is the most changing
element in our daily
life. We move among
solid objects and
among people who do
`anmari has been spreading her infectious positivity throughout our community for over 6 years. Throughout this time Ana has been at the core of all things devious, passionately developing an eclectic gallery, helping organise devmeets, participating in chat events and also recently completed dedicating her time as a Community Volunteer. We are absolutely delighted to bestow the Deviousness Award for May 2013 to `anmari, congratulations! Read More