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Unnamed Kuchiki
Unnamed kuchiki
Personal Info

Female Female



Current Status



Kōga Kuchiki (Husband, deceased)
Ginrei Kuchiki (Father)
Sōjun Kuchiki (Brother, deceased)
Byakuya Kuchiki (Nephew)
Rukia Kuchiki (Adoptive niece)
Hisana Kuchiki (Niece-in-law, deceased)

Professional Status

Soul Society
Kuchiki Family

Base of Operations

Soul Society
Kuchiki Manor


Bleach Episode #250

She is an anime-exclusive character in the Zanpakutō Rebellion. She is the unnamed daughter of Ginrei Kuchiki and the wife of Kōga Kuchiki. Not much is known about her, except that she was worried about her husband and saddened by his betrayal.


Her face is yet to be clearly shown but it is known that she has long brown hair and wears a pink kimono with a purple obi. She also drapes a dark pink haori with patterns of flower on top of this.


She is a mild, soft spoken person.


Kōga's Wife

Kōga's wife being given his kenseikan

Several hundred years before the main storyline, she is known to have been married to the then 3rd Seat of the Sixth Division Kōga Kuchiki, who was a subordinate of her father Ginrei Kuchiki. Because of his marriage to her, Kōga became a member of the Kuchiki family and was allowed to wear a kenseikan. As Kōga worked towards ending the civil war that was taking place in Soul Society at the time, she became worried about him and confessed her fears to her father. Ginrei told her not to worry, and that Kōga was a smart man who could look after himself.[1] However, she is later shown to continue being concerned about him.[1] Her fears regarding Kōga ends up being justified when he murders the three elites who framed him and then turns against Soul Society and the Kuchiki family, going so far as to rudely return his kenseikan to Ginrei. Ginrei subsequently gives the kenseikan to his daughter, who is seen shedding tears on them.[2]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Bleach anime; Episode 250
  2. Bleach anime; Episode 251

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