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Yoshi Kureyashi
暮林
Kurebayashi
Info
Japanese: 暮林
Romanji: Kurebayashi
Personal
Residency: Tokyo
Occupation(s):

Botanist

Relationships:

Wife, six children

Associates:

Mamoru Chiba

Alignment:

Civilian

Gender: Male
Species: Human
First Appearance
Anime: Sunny Skies After a Storm! A Friendship Dedicated to Hotaru
Actor(s)/Actress(es)
Anime Voiced By: Hiroshi Takemura (Japanese)

Yoshiki Kurebayashi was a botanist who only appeared in episode 116 of the anime .

Nomenclature & Etymology

Etymology

The kanji in his family name means "evening" or "dusk" (暮) and "woods" or "forest" (林).

Appearance

Kurebayashi was a man with dark brown hair and tanned skin who wore glasses. His outfit consisted of a yellow plaid shirt with a green vest, blue pants with a belt, and black boots, as well as a straw sunhat.

Background

Mamoru took Usagi, Hotaru, Chibiusa, and Luna to his upperclassman's botany garden while they were on a picnic for lunch. He was also Mimete's target for his Pure Heart Crystal.

When hail broke parts of the ceiling in the greenhouse and he went to fix them, Mimete threw a sledgehammer at the ladder, causing Kurebayashi and Hotaru to fall. She then unleashed the Daimon, U-Baulla. It grabbed him and removed his Pure Heart Crystal. After a brief battle, the Daimon was destroyed by Rainbow Moon Heartache, and Kurebayashi's crystal was returned to him.

Development

Trivia

  • He was actually never refered to by name in the episode. Mamoru only called him "Sempai" (upperclassman).
  • "Kurebayashi" is his surname.

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