|Samurai Warrior, Ninja, Monkey Kung Fu Master|
|Yamanouchi Ninja School|
|No Known Relatives|
|No Known Friends|
|No Known Love Interests|
|No Known Pets|
|No Known Nemesis|
|Behind the Scenes|
According to his statue, Toshimiru is sturdily built and dressed in traditional Samurai Warrior armour. He has a square face with prominent cheekbones, a moustache and slanted eyes.
Considering that Toshimiru is said to have carved the Yamanouchi Ninja School using a single blade it is likely that he was both hard-working and dedicated.
This is further reinforced by the fact that he was a Samurai, master of Monkey Kung Fu and the founder of the Yamanouchi school.
- Traditional Samurai Swordsmanship
- Monkey Kung Fu
- Mystical Monkey Powers
Little is known about Toshimiru other than what is revealed by his statue and the snippets of exposition provided about him in the episode in which his statue features. He lived in the fourth century AD and was a revered and highly skilled warrior. According to the armour he is wearing on the statue, he was a Samurai Warrior. It is said that he used the Lotus Blade to carve the Yamanouchi Ninja School.
- Samurai Armor
- The Lotus Blade
This character does not have any spoken roles.
- 'Toshimiru' does not appear to be a specific Japanese name, but a combination of two names. 'Toshi' and 'Miru'. Toshi (慧) is a common given male name, often used as a nickname for a longer name. Directly translated the kanji means 'intelligent' or 'bright'. While Miru (見る) appears to mean 'to look'. Thus Toshimiru's name could possibly, loosely mean something along the lines of 'To look intelligent'.
Behind the Scenes
- ↑ Exchange
- ↑ Wikipedia.org. Toshi (given name).https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toshi_(given_name) (Accessed 20 September 2017)
- ↑ Ultra Handy Japanese Verb Conjugator. Conjugation table for Japanese verb miru - to look 見る http://www.japaneseverbconjugator.com/VerbDetails.asp?txtVerb=%E8%A6%8B%E3%82%8B (Accessed 20 September 2017.)