Lady Chiyo, consort of the daimyo of Inaba, Tetsuyama Osamu.
"A short silence followed. Taiken broke it, crossing his arms, worried.
– And... chichi-ue believes Chiyo-san will be able to get the necessary information? Figuring out what the hatamoto knows may not be difficult, but... who’s actually investigating the Ayakashi is the commander who captured it.
The daimyo raised an eyebrow, accounting the reasoning for a moment, then shrugged. His mien became a little lighter when he finally answered.
– ...Don’t underestimate her. Chiyo is more cunning than all of Itou-dono’s fools and the hatamoto of Sado put together."
(Kisetsu - Spring, Chapter 6: Bloom)
The kanji-hiragana reads her name, accompanied by her family's mon (crest). She wears light ecru colors such as neri-iro and kinari, with hints of gold and grayish pinks. Her kimono has a magnolia motif, and her uchiki and obi feature kikkou (stylized tortoise shell) - also the base of the Tetsuyama family mon.
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