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四月一日君尋 Watanuki Kimihiro
Watanuki is a high school student whose life has been a rather difficult one — not only have both his parents died, forcing him to live alone, but he is plagued daily by spirits that only he can see (both the ability to see them and the cause of their attacks are evidently heritable traits—apparently Watanuki's blood smells very delicious to spirits).

On one run-of-the mill day, while Watanuki is being attacked by a monster, he falls over and his hand lands on a fence. Oddly, the monster is instantly repelled. Beyond the fence is a very strange house, and before he knows it, Watanuki has stumbled past the two fence posts and into the courtyard of the house. Two little girls appear at the front door and take him by the hand, welcoming him into the house as a guest. Watanuki argues that he only stumbled in by accident, but a strange voice replies that it was inevitable he stumble in—it was "hitsuzen". This voice belongs to the powerful sorceress Yūko Ichihara, and the home he has stumbled into is actually a store that grants wishes.

Yūko asks what Watanuki wishes for, and although he never asks for anything directly Yūko sort of telepathically knows that Watanuki wants to stop seeing and being abused by his "spiritual friends". Yūko agrees to fulfill his wish, but only for an equitable payment—he must work at her store as payment, and when his "diligence" has balanced out his wish, she will grant it. This marks the beginning of Watanuki's very involved part-time job, a fated meeting with a certain quartet from Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, and so many "chance" happenings which occur not out of coincidence, but "hitsuzen".

At the shop --- Life for Watanuki changes significantly once he starts working as Yūko's assistant (rather, her very indignant indentured servant) who not only cooks (wonderfully), cleans (diligently), and complains (constantly), but finds himself performing very odd jobs and learning more about the occult.

Volume 12 - 13 of the manga is dealing now with the mystery surrounding Watanuki. Volume 12 already hinted that he is falling more asleep and dwelling in the dream world. In chapters 143 and 144 Watanuki admits to being bothered by the fact that he could not remember details of his life including his parents' names, his school year, and anything about people he meets outside of the shop besides Dômeki and Himawari. It is revealed in the Tsubasa Chronicles that Watanuki gave his memories to Yuko as the price to protect and help the travelers. Not only is his memory of his past erased, but so is his memory of the exchange. After expressing doubts about his humanity, Yūko then assures him that he is in fact human, "like that boy [Syaoran]", and shares a strong bond with him.

Watanuki unknowingly learns the power of fortune telling, not realizing that it is the beginning of a transformation of himself. One of his biggest problems revealed is his skewed vision of self-worth; he would gladly give up any part of himself in order to help another. This may be the reason why Yūko asked him to work for her in the first place — perhaps nothing was important enough to him to pay for the wish. This causes trouble when others make a decision to help him at their own cost. Watanuki cannot accept that someone would sacrifice themselves for his sake.

Watanuki puts himself in great physical danger to spend time with a woman who lost her child while he was still young. He does it out of loneliness and because he does not want the her to feel the loneliness he has felt. He continues to accompany her even though the visits cause him to become extremely ill (to the point of coughing up blood). Dômeki eventually exorcises the woman, who is actually a lingering spirit, against Watanuki's will. She leaves thanking Watanuki for taking away her loneliness and reminding him that there are people who would not want to see him disappear. After realizing that Dômeki only attacked her so that Watanuki would not die he thanks Dômeki, and receives a little hint from Yūko that he indeed would be missed and that he is needed.

In Volume 7, Dômeki destroys the web of a spider that Watanuki had been caught in and in retaliation the spider seals Dômeki's eye shut. After realizing that Dômeki has become handicapped by the loss of his eye, Watanuki has the spider's grudge transferred to him by doing "something worse" to the spider. Accordingly, Watanuki loses his own right eye and Dômeki regains his, much to the disappointment and anger of Dômeki.

In volume 8 of the manga, Watanuki learns that the Zashiki Warashi has been captured by a "Spider Queen" for attempting to retrieve his right eye. Although Yūko warns him of the risk involved, albeit after offering his service to match the price given to her, he sacrifices his own safety in order to rescue the girl. When he is also captured and confronted by the spider queen, he crudely offers his left eye and other parts of his body for the return of the Zashiki Warashi.

The spider queen rejects the offer, asking him why she would want something he is just "throwing away." She tells him that he is "treating like garbage" what the Zashiki Warashi and his Kudakitsune are working so hard to get back. Watanuki learns a lesson of self-worth and importance in the chapter. In the end, Dômeki shares half of his eye's vision with Watanuki, and Watanuki has learned enough to simply accept Dômeki's gift. Dômeki's eye has also granted Watanuki some ability to sense abnormal spiritual energy and displayed in the chapter with the raiju.

In the latest chapters of Tsubasa crossover, Syaoran (the real one) was sent to Yûko. The last thing Syaoran and Watanuki saw were each other. In Chapter 117 Watanuki falls from the school's second floor as a result of Himawari tapping him of the shoulder. By Chapter 118-119 of the manga he also discovers Himawari's secret. In exchange to save his life, Dômeki offers his blood, Himawari asks that she bear Watanuki's scars, and the TRC Character Syaoran (the real one) pays the price.

Chapter 133 of the TRC series gave a minor indication of Kimihiro's importance to the storyline, since it was Sakura who fetched the egg that hatched into a bird for Watanuki, which was later given to Himawari and named Tanpopo. Yūko also stated the importance of the Mokona's, since they are created solely to help prevent Fei Wong Reed's plans and help save "two futures".

In chapter 152 of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Watanuki is revealed to be in a dream world with Sakura's soul. Yūko states that he "will become a chance that will change the future again." When Kurogane asked who that person is, Yūko only said, "That's an unrelated story...for now", hinting that Watanuki may one day encounter the TRC group.

Another area of concern that Watanuki has now been lately falling into dream like state regardless any time of the day or circumstances, such as when Kohane's mother splashes hot water on him after he temporarily blacked out.

In Chapter 181 of Tsubasa, Yuuko reveals that Watanuki has sold his memories to Yuuko. She says, "...Also he paid me the same price in the past as the princess who traveled with you [memories]. And he has forgotten about his own past, the names of his parents... Even about having handed the price over to me. For the sake of the same wish you have [as Syaoran has]."

Relationships and connections
Himawari Kunogi - Watanuki's crush and love interest. She is always friendly towards him and appreciates his kindness. However, she avoided any further relationship with him because of her bad luck. Himawari goes to the same school as Watanuki and Dômeki.

Yūko Ichihara - Watanuki's employer at his part time job in exchange for a wish he had. Their relationship is more of a master-slave and Mentor-student than anything romantic. She likes to tease him often, going as far as flirting with him or acting seductive, which irritates and embarrasses Watanuki more often than not. Yūko teaches him through experience (often humiliating if not near life and death situations) how he can grow and mature and seek his purpose. In chapter 144 she appears surprised by his offer to grant her wish, and the two embrace after she assures him of his humanity.

Shizuka Dômeki - A classmate, who Watanuki sees as his rival mostly for Himawari's affections. He is Watanuki's polar opposite in terms of personality; while Watanuki is reactive and easily annoyed, Dômeki is generally calm and to the point with everything he does. Around Dômeki, Watanuki is safer when encountering any malicious spirits since Dômeki is a spirit repellent. Despite Watanuki's rants as to how annoying it is to be with Dômeki, Watanuki seems to willingly stay in his company and will make food for Dômeki, himself, and Himawari when he says he will not. He often accompanies Watanuki in his assignments, ask him to make lunch for him, gets him to do chores and saves him most of the time in trouble....much to Watanuki's annoyance. However, it was already foretold that Watanuki will meet someone like Dômeki and their relationships are said to run deeper.

Zashiki-warashi - A Vestal Sprite of pure and innocent spirit. Naive and shy, she easily moved to tears and has fallen in love or is infatuated with Watanuki. She gave him a Valentine's Day chocolate, but took it from Dômeki's body (later returning it to Watanuki). She risked her life trying to get Watanuki's eye back from the Spider Queen, but the Queen's evil spirit was poisonous to her. Watanuki saved her life in turn. In Chapter 121, Zashiki Warashi appears again with the Ame Warashi to check in on Watanuki after a tragic accident from volume 10, chapters 118-119. Watanuki remarks that her voice had "changed", or had become "firmer than before."

Kohane Tsuyuri - The 11 year old prodigy in Spirit exorcism. She is introduced in Volume 9. No one has called her by her first name as long as she could remember. Watanuki being the first to call her " Kohane-chan" and be the one to give her first true act of kindness and in return she becomes the first person to call Watanuki by his first name, Kimihiro, since the death of his parents. She and Watanuki share somewhat a bond (storyline for this one still on going). She can also sense that Watanuki is not like normal human beings and that he could understand spirits like she does. Watanuki is very concerned about her well being, even made her a pair of gloves. He was most worried after seing an injured Kohane after the TV show incident where she was labeled as a fraud. Also he senses the indifference she has with her mother.

Syaoran - It is not fully explained yet what the connections are between the two, but it is indicated that the futures of both Watanuki and the Syaorans of Tsubasa: Reservior Chronicles are closely intertwined. He met the clone on Volume 1 of TRC as well as xxxHolic, and in chapter 119 of xxxHolic, Watanuki was able to see a short glimpse of the real Syaoran. Also, Sakura, after meeting Watanuki in a dream, states that Watanuki is very much like Syoaran. In chapter 140, the real Syaoran asks him "not to disappear" when Watanuki blacks out. In chapter 168 of TRC, Syaoran tells Watanuki that "You and I are closer than anyone else."

Sakura - She and Watanuki share the same birthday (April First). He keeps Sakura's soul company in the dream world she escaped to following her separation from the TRC group, but their relationship and his role in the story is still not defined.

Watanuki's parents - They died when he was very young. In volume 12 of the manga after a talk with Sakura in his dreams he realizes that he cannot remember his parents' names.It has been revealed in Chapter 181 of Tsubasa, that he helped Syaoran and co. by giving up his memories of his past, as a future payment after Syaoran had paid a price to help Watanuki when he fell out a window. That's why he doesn't remember his parents' names at all. In XXXHolic Kei they were made a partial appearance in Watanuki's dream state after his fall from the school building. However unlike in the manga where they were able to speak to Watanuki, the anime showed their hand pulling Watanuki up and patting his head before dissapearing.

壱原侑子 Ichihara Yūko
Yūko is the owner of a mysterious shop in Tokyo. She is a dealer in wishes as she will grant the sincere wish of anyone who is willing to make an appropriate sacrifice in return--the price is always equivalent to the weight of the wish, no more, no less. In the case of Kimihiro Watanuki, who sought to be rid of the evil spirits that plague him, the price was a long period of frequently demeaning servitude. As a result, she now has Watanuki as a sort of "personal assistant" to clean, cook, and perform other tasks she considers beneath her.

Yūko is apparently one of the few people with the power to send people to multiple worlds, such that she has been aptly named the Dimension Witch. The travelers Syaoran, Fai D. Flowright and Kurogane, the protagonists of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, are sent to her from their respective home worlds in order to gain this ability. However, to gain the ability to traverse dimensions and the related abilities embodied in a being known as Mokona Modoki, they are required to pay a price that equates the power required to grant the wish.

In the shop live two child-like beings created with Yuko's magic known as Maru and Moro, whose full names, Marudashi and Morodashi, translated roughly, mean streaking and flashing, a play on the "xxx" in the title. According to Yūko they cannot leave the shop or touch the Mokonas because they have no souls. The two have the function of grounding the shop to its unique location between dimensions. In later chapters, Moro and Maru are seen sleeping and Yūko comments that they are focusing on keeping the house in place. Apart from this function, the two greet visitors, assist Yūko, and annoy Watanuki.

Powers and abilities --- Among her other abilities beside granting wishes, transversing dimensions, she can also create gods for other worlds, which was a wish made by Ashura of Tsubasa, manipulate time, demonstrated when she had Mokona transport the Tsubasa group from Shara to its ancient past of Shura, and speak through Maru and Moro as well through other people's minds. In the anime, when she sends a letter to Watanuki, her responses to him are in "real-time", depending on Watanuki's reaction. In the xxxHolic movie, she gives a glimpse of how powerful she can be when she faces the Collector. She effortlessly dodges most of his attacks and is seemingly unscathed from a direct hit.

All of Yūko's customers must pay such prices in order to grant their wishes, which can be no more or no less that the one demanded. She is not one to tell the customer the most direct way to solve their problems because in the end, it can only be solved with that person's own realization and resolution to change themselves. Often if the person lacks the sincere determination to change themselves, an ironic disaster, that even Watanuki, who wishes to stop them from hurting themselves, will inevitably befall them. In Volume 8 when the Tengu-Karasu seek her help to save the Zashiki-warashi, their payment; the Tengu Fan was more than the required price. To balance it out, Yūko sent out Watanuki to assist them.

Her abilities are not without limits and may almost seem a curse as it appears that she is unable to do anything for anyone or grant any gift (other than feelings) without it becoming a binding transaction.

Shop --- Yūko Ichihara's shop in Tokyo, as seen in the manga.Yūko's shop is located in Tokyo, Japan. From the drawings Clamp made, the store is located in the middle of high rise buildings. She, Black Mokona, Maru and Moro also reside there. Part of her shop is her main residence and also has a koi garden and a back well. Yūko's shop is said to exist for some unknown reason or made to specifically for that purpose. The shop also hold many valuables and artifacts that were used in the manga's storyline.

Some of the items in the store are from other Clamp work, such as the High Moon vase from Gohou Drug, which she claims she acquired from the "anything goes" store (but Watanuki thinks she stole it); Sakura's staff from Card Captor Sakura, which she reveals to be just a replica of the original, and a stuffed toy resembling Kero, found in the back of her shop. She also has Fai's tattoo and magical staff, Kurogane's Ginryuu sword, the clothes worn initially by Syaoran, Sakura, Fai, and Kurogane, ear headphones resembling the persocom ears in Chobits, a birdcage containing birds similar to the birds in Clamp's Clover which can only be seen in the light of a full moon, and twelve jars of pure water taken from a well at a mansion. The two Mokonas were originally stored in there in the beginning of the series, but the white one was given to the Tsubasa group. She also appears to be in possession of the capsule that was seen in the vision in the beginning of the Tsubasa story. As of chapter 133 (or 150 in Tsubasa) it is revealed that it is a world all of its own and Sakura's soul now resides within it.

Other xxxHolic items used in the storyline were the Monkey's Paw, a red aluminum bat inscribed with the characters for "Zantetsuken" (Japanese for Executioner's Sword and a reference to Lupin III), used to cut through a woman's laptop computer and for beating a carpet with a living butterfly pattern, a picture frame that contained the moving picture, the ring used for a girl with a bad lying habit, swords given as payment by Ashura in the Tsubasa group and xxxHolic crossover, and another picture frame that has an Akari image in it.

The shop keeps its secrets and seems to be selective in its clientel. When Shizuka Dōmeki could not enter the shop and only see Yūko's store as a vacant lot, Yūko explains in volume 8 of the manga that since Dōmeki does not need anything from her or the shop, it does not physically or visually exist to him. As a result, he cannot enter her shop like Watanuki and must arrange to meet her outside of it. For a shop that can grant any wishes, only a few seem to have taken notice of it, though she believes it is Hitsuzen that makes it possible for those few to set foot in it.

The shop's existence is connected both to the fates of Watanuki and the four leading characters of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle. As events in Tsubasa escalate, Yuko and Mokona note that the shop's wards are weakening.

The shop also is a common place for recovery for Watanuki everytime he is injured- within which Yuko makes sure to make him comfortable. Mokona would often sleep beside him when he is ill.

Personality --- Yūko's personality is one of Clamp's deepest and most profound yet. Though she acts very sarcastic, annoying and bossy around Watanuki, she has a wise understanding of the human nature - their sorrows, joy and love. Yūko has a wildly eccentric personality in many respects. She has a decidedly nasty streak, as evidenced by the humiliating tasks she frequently assigns to Watanuki. Yet she is also capable of showing affection for him as well. She is lazy and whimsical, carrying out her tasks in an off-handed manner much of the time and expressing little concern over what happens to her clients once her job is done.

She is also fun-loving, witty and humorous. She has a great fondness for alcohol, which results in sending Watanuki to the pharmacy for hangover cures whenever she drinks too much. She is frequently seen with a pipe of the type used in the 19th Century for smoking opium, but it is never specified what she is actually smoking in the manga. However, in the first episode of the xxxHolic TV series, it shows her filling the pipe with tobacco, though in her typical eccentric fashion she uses a cigarette cut rather than a cut for pipes.

As the series progresses, it becomes increasingly evident that her outrageous behaviour is merely a cover up to prevent Watanuki from realizing the severity of the actual situation around him. It is not known if her doing so is entirely out of concern for him or because telling him the truth at this point in time would be considered as overstepping the bounds of 'interference' that she is limited to.

Relationship with Watanuki
Yūko's relationship with Watanuki is sometimes difficult to understand. She is obviously very interested in him but that interest is neither shown to be romantic nor sexual. At times, she acts as a mentor to Watanuki, letting him experience and understand the world of the unnatural as well the diversity of the human kind.

Yūko's playful side with Watanuki involves in tricking him into minor wishes for additional service. For example, in volume 1, when she showed her fortune telling abilities, she took Watanuki's watch as payment. Her signature characteristic is always asking for food and sake or wine, using different excuses to drink sake. She also gives him humiliating or life threatening assignments. For instance, when Watanuki had to deliver a birdcage, he needed to play Shiritori in order to repel the evil spirits. When he was investigating the rumors of classmates playing Angel-san at night (Japanese equivalent to Ouija), a giant snake guardian nearly ate him and when he helped Ame-warashi, a dead girl nearly lead him to his death. He also had to go inside a vase, where the Tengu-Karasu chased him before he could get back home. Finally, when he went to the 100 Demon Night Parade for nectar, Watanuki was nearly mauled by 100 demons.

On Watanuki's side, his attitude towards Yūko begins as a mixture of annoyance, contempt, terror, and gratitude. He would often warn Himawari and other clients to beware of her because she is "ensnaring them in her clutches", and Yūko would respond to this with a verbal outburst or by striking him in a comedic fashion. However, Yūko never leaves Watanuki fully incapable in a time of need. She nurses him from time to time when he is injured, such as when she gave him half of Dōmeki's sight in Volume 8, where Watanuki finally realizes his self importance and collapses shortly afterwards in Yūko's lap and it is shown in the translation that she says he is tied to other people by love, especially her, implementing some romantic feelings in some people's view. As the series goes on, it is not stated that because of how much work and time he spent at Yūko's store that Watanuki sleeps over ever more so often.

In several occasions, Yūko allows Watanuki to receive payment for the various jobs that he had done in which her own involvement was minimal. She never mentions any form of payment or rental fee whenever the Kudakitsune tags along Watanuki, especially in the dangerous trips. In Chapter 120, Yūko gives Watanuki an egg for him to hatch and care for as her payment to him for the water he had fetched for her.

As the series progresses they are sharing a much more deeper and serious mentor-student like relationship. In Chapter 139, Watanuki finally asks if he could do anything for Yūko as she has been granting wishes for everyone, and wondered who grants her wishes. Then Watanuki, in Chapter 144, has made himself even more clear and insists that he will do the best within his power to grant Yūko's wishes. At this point of the series she has a much more somber personality towards Watanuki or somewhat lonely that Watanuki has been noticing in the recent chapters.

百目鬼 静 Shizuka Dōmeki
Shizuka Dômeki (also spelled as Doumeki) is Watanuki's classmate and considered a rival by Watanuki. He is part of the school's kyūdō club and often participates (and tops) school competitions. Also because of his cool and calm composure he is very popular with the girls.

He lives in a shrine owned by his late grandfather, a priest in which during his childhood told him a lot of stories about folklore and shinto practices. However, despite his heritage, Dômeki has a nearly null ability of seeing ghosts or spirits, though he can still exorcise them. He does seem to be able to feel spiritual "pressure" and have a vague sense of their presence. One spirit he did see was the Lady in the Park that Watanuki often visited.

Dômeki also collects stamps (only cited in the xxxHolic movie) and has a pure or refreshing scent as noted by the Ame-Warashi. Kohane noted that Doumeki was a 'beautiful' or 'pretty' person, most likely referring to his spirit or aura. Naturally, Watanuki is bewildered (and rather agitated) by this. Dômeki cannot enter Yuuko's Store, the explanation why is later revealed on volume 8. His technique of exorcising spirits is by shooting them with an invisible arrow made of pure energy, as first revealed in volume 2.

Originally Dômeki could not see the spirits/ghosts that Watanuki could see (like that of the udon shop owner and the Ghost Girl who haunted a scary home) but after he shared both his blood and half his eye with Watanuki he was able to eventually see and experience what Watanuki goes through.

Personality --- Dômeki's personality is a total opposite of Watanuki's. He has a cool, calm and often sarcastic demeanor. He barely speaks unless explaining folklore or asking Watanuki for impossible bento lunches (such as asking for food that is out of season or hard to find). He also has a deadpan sense of humor that is often dark and somewhat fatalistic. Much to the annoyance of Watanuki he seems pop up everywhere, especially when Watanuki gets a chance to be with Himawari. He often replies in a one word phrase like "Hn" or "Oh". He is also very observant, and even though he does not show it he seems to be very protective of Watanuki, such as in Volume 5 where he stood for hours in the rain to make sure Watanuki was safe and in Volume 6 during the incident with the spirit in the park. Volume 9 of the manga through Dômeki's dream we find out he looks like his late grandfather Haruka. His grandfather also knows more about Dômeki's past, and bears an uncanny resemblance to his grandson (though Watanuki points out that Haruka smiles much more).

Relationship with Watanuki
It has been sighted multiple times by various characters that Watanuki will be linked to someone that will make a major contribution to his life. The clearest citation of this all is the phrase "someone he (Watanuki) will constantly fight with." This is believed to be Dômeki. Dômeki is constantly seen throughout the series as an annoyance to Watanuki. Dômeki often has a sarcastic way of making Watanuki help out with his chores as well as make lunches for him. Yuuko has advised Watanuki to stay close to Dômeki, since his mere presence drives away evil spirits. Thus because of this Yuuko always asks Watanuki to bring Dômeki along his "assignments".

Even though Dômeki may seem sarcastic around Watanuki and is sometimes annoyed with his eccentricity, Dômeki does have some concern for him- as shown in the following instances:

Angel San arc: When Watanuki fell over the school rooftop, he caught him and held on to his hand despite the fact that his arm was injured.

Volume 5 Hydrangea arc: Where he dug up a hole and waited for 10 hours in the rain for Watanuki to re-emerge from the Ajasai after Watanuki disappeared.

Volume 5 Wings arc: In which he stood up for Watanuki against the irate girl and caught the box cutter she wielded in his fist before she could stab Watanuki.

Volume 6 Lady in the Park:Or, also known as lady who lost her son. After much concern about Watanuki’s decline in health and rescuing him after he collapsed at Yuuko’s shop, Dômeki made a choice of shooting the Lady (who appeared transparent to him) with his arrow. Later on in the story, Yuuko explained that Dômeki did this because he did not want to lose Watanuki.

Volume 7 - 8 Spider Grudge Arc: In volume 7, Dômeki invokes the wrath of a spider when he destroys its web and in revenge, his right eye is sewn over with a spider web. Upon learning that Dômeki will eventually lose the sight in that eye, Watanuki finds a way to transfer the spider’s grudge (making Watanuki lose his eye to save Dômeki's) to himself. In response, Dômeki becomes very agitated and concerned- even losing his self control by shouting at him and pushing him towards the wall. He starts researching ways to get Watanuki’s eye back. In volume 8 Watanuki goes to see the Spider Queen to save the Zashiki-Warashi but in the process he completely loses his right eye's sight. Dômeki then decides to give half of his right eye’s sight to Yuuko so she can transfer it to Watanuki. Currently, he and Watanuki sometimes share visions since they share half an eye. This is only one of the many situations in which the two lend each other a helping hand; it's obvious that their futures are tightly intertwined.

Volume 9 Sakura Tree and Kohane in the rain Chapter: After Watanuki gives his umbrella to Kohane at the park, Dômeki appears shortly after, and in a very awkward yet touching moment, says that he had an umbrella ready for Watanuki so he wouldn't catch a cold. He also prepared ginger tea for him at his house.

Volume 10 : In chapter 118-119 of the manga, he saw Watanuki falling from the schoolbuilding and was the one who brought him to Yuuko's shop. Because of this, he now became a client of Yuuko and was able to finally enter the shop, for in order to save Watanuki, he gave his blood as a replacement for the amount of blood Watanuki lost.

Volume 11 Chaper 139: Where Kohane's "Mother" tried to hit Watanuki after she saw Kohane speaking and drinking tea with them. Dômeki was able to pull Watanuki out of the woman's way. Dômeki seems to be sensing something different about Kohane's mom and her violent nature. Also in this chapter Yuuko and Mokona stated that Dômeki and Watanuki are both changing in the inside (part of the eyes they both share and blood he donated) and that Dômeki will indeed be a part of the final " battle" or challenge that Watanuki has to face.

Volume 12 The manga introduces Sakura entering the dream world in which she and Watanuki would meet. At these time Watanuki would just blank out from time to time, causing much concern to Dômeki especially after Kohane's mother splashed Watanuki with hot water, when Watanuki blacked out to dream state and barely got Haruka's warning before going conscious.

The relationship between Watanuki and Dômeki is growing stronger with Watanuki gradually beginning to accept Dômeki's presence. It is clear that Watanuki is of significance to Dômeki but as little is known of the latter's past beyond his interaction with Watanuki, it is unclear how or why Dômeki makes an effort to associate himself with Watanuki. He prefers to address Watanuki as simply 'hey', 'you', or 'idiot' and on the rare occasions where he does speak Watanuki's name he does so without any of the normal prefixes of '-kun' or '-san'.

Dômeki and Yûko's Shop --- Early on in the manga Dômeki and Yûko Ichihara separately stated that Dômeki could not enter Yuko's store. This was finally explained in volume 8 of the manga; since he does not need her store, he does not see it. To Domeki, the area where the shop is suppposedly standing is just a huge empty lot with old posts. In the lady in the park episode where Yuuko calls him to wait for Watanuki after he collapsed, Watanuki seemingly appears out of nowhere.

However in Volume 10 of the manga, after Watanuki's near death experience from falling, upon Yuuko's orders he sent Watanuki to Yuuko's shop. He was able to enter because this time he and Himawari needed to pay the price to Yuuko in order to save Watanuki.

九軒ひまわり Himawari Kunogi
The character "九" (ku) of Himawari's family name is the same as the kanji for the number 9, which the Japanese consider unlucky because it sounds similar to the word for pain ("kutsū") and coincides with her role of bringing bad luck and pain to Watanuki.
Himawari's name means "sunflower" which is one of the city flowers of Kitakyushu, a city in Japan. The Kokura region within the city is known as "Lucky Kokura" as it was the primary target of America's "Fat Man" nuclear bomb at the end of World War Two. However, due to the city having complete cloud cover on the day of the bombing, America was forced to bomb its second option, Nagasaki, instead. As hard as it may be to tell if this is symbolic, it should be noted that - like the city - the character isn't affected by bad luck, but those around her are.

Himawari is the major love interest of Watanuki Kimihiro. She has a cheerful attitude and is very friendly around Watanuki and Doumeki. She is often cheering for them, if not commenting them on their "comedy acts" together. She does share and give food to Shizuka Doumeki and Watanuki, yet they are never handmade by herself, which has become a running gag in the series. Himawari's birthday is November 27, making her a Sagittarius. She likes sweets, romantic novels, astrology, and ghost stories, and she is an only child.

Despite the fact that Watanuki is very open in showing his feelings and admiration for her, she seems very oblivious to the fact that he likes her. She has never shown any favoritism between the two, but Watanuki always thinks that Doumeki is more favored.

She is also the only human besides Watanuki and Doumeki that Mokona interacts with.

Role
In the beginning of the manga when Himawari was first introduced Yuuko had already said that Himawari was "not Watanuki's goddess of good luck" and this has been suggested strongly throughout subsequent storylines.

During the case of the Lady with Bad Habits, Watanuki met up with Himawari just before the girl was killed in a car accident (this scene was altered in the anime to exclude Himawari's presence and to let the girl survive).

In the 100 Ghost Stories chapter, Yuuko said that "all the players" were present; being Watanuki, Doumeki, herself, the dead man in the other room and Himawari. Each had a role to play, as Yuuko explained at the end of the ceremony. While she mentions that Watanuki and Doumeki were necessary to draw out and then exorcise the spirit while Yuuko herself was required to explain what they needed to do, she fails to reveal Himawari's role because Doumeki has returned with sake, Yuuko's favourite drink.

When the a university student obtained a monkey's paw, the sealed cylinder it was in opened up after Himawari touched it. Yuuko did not further comment what role Himawari was to play in that group. Himawari's presence seems to always foreshadow bad luck, such was when Watanuki has a seemingly prophetic dream on the day he gave his eye to the spider, in which he saw Himawari through half of his vision. The Ame-Warashi is cautious of her presence (Although it may just be because Himawari's name means 'Sunflower' while Ame-Warashi is a rain sprite). Speculations may also add that Doumeki himself may know/feel something strange about Himawari since he has always accompanied Watanuki whenever the two should be alone. By chapter 116 of the manga Watanuki was slowly sensing the difference in Himawari.

In chapter 118, after Watanuki nearly died after falling from the 2nd story of their school, Himawari for the first time was seen inside Yuuko's shop. It is here revealed that she is aware to the fact she is bad luck not only to Watanuki, but to everyone around her. She has been waiting for Watanuki to notice it too.

When Himawari was four she started noticing things going badly for the people she interacts with; starting with a neighbor's house where she wandered to get her ball, the next day that house caught fire. Most of her friends get involved in accidents, even her teachers get bad luck when interacting with her. Strangely enough her parents are the only ones unaffected by these occurrences. Her grandmother who brought her to a shrine for a consultation died a few days later, and Himawari blames herself even though her grandmother was already sickly and old. The priest in the shrine even told her that she is a normal girl.

After the accident involving Watanuki falling from their school she tried to say goodbye for the last time to Watanuki; however, Watanuki refused to let her go and slightly confesses to her that he likes being with her and that her presence makes him happy. Himawari reluctantly agreed to continue being friends with him and is seen crying out of happiness because it was the first time anyone told her that they were happy to be with her.

Recently Watanuki gave Himawari a magical bird that according to Yuuko, is immune to her bad luck (it is revealed that her "power" also does not affect Doumeki). Himawari asked him to give a name to it and Watanuki chose to name him "Tanpopo" (the Japanese name for dandelion) because of its yellow color.

Her Relationship with Watanuki, Doumeki and Yuuko
Watanuki - Watanuki sees her as her love interest but little is known yet how deep her feelings for him run. She has been trying to avoid hurting Watanuki with her bad luck while secretly hoping one day he would notice it as he did later on in the manga. She cares very much for Watanuki and Domeki as good friends, who maybe are the only real friends she has. She avoids going home alone with Watanuki even though he is now aware of her "bad luck".
Her greatest act of kindness and subliminal way of indicating that she likes Watanuki was bearing his scars from falling out of the window at school and her help in saving his life.
In this point of the series it is still unclear whether Himawari will respond to Watanuki's affections. She is still afraid that becoming close to people she cares about will only end up hurting them, but Watanuki is slowing talking her out of her shell.

Doumeki - Much to Watanuki's jealousy and annoyance Doumeki hangs around her and Watanuki at every chance when they could be alone. Nonetheless, Himawari treats them equally as friends and often teases or compliments on how the two get along. Doumeki is one of the few that can actually sense the difference in Himawari, he is also aware of Watanuki's feelings for her. He seems to keep a close eye on Watanuki and Himawari when they are together since Watanuki often gets affected by her bad luck. He is also helping her to be more open about hanging out with them rather than hiding and running away from her friends.

Yuuko and Mokona - Himawari is a person that Yuuko is fascinated with, much to the annoyance of Watanuki; because Yuuko always teases him that she is not his "Goddess of Luck". She was quick to notice bad luck around Himawari, but treated her with good cheer and even invited her on small picnics and outings she sets up for the trio. Mokona, being cute as he is, can always be seen playing with Himawari when they meet. The two of them do not seem to be affected by Himawari's bad luck.

Bad Luck --- As Yuuko has previously stated, Himawari is a normal human. She possesses no special powers or unusual abilities. In chapter 118, Himawari explains to Watanuki that he is not the only one affected by the bad luck she seems to bring.

Since childhood, no matter where Himawari goes, unfortunate things seem to happen. By simply picking up a ball near her home, the house next door became the target of arson. People she was connected to were hurt, including all her friends, a girl in the neighbourhood who ended up committing suicide, and her class teacher was stabbed by his wife when he was caught in an affair.

Concerned that Himawari may be possessed or using occult magic, her grandmother took her to a priest who found nothing evil attached to her. While this was the priest's conclusion, he regarded Himawari sadly and informed her grandmother that the only people immune to Himawari's tendency to bring bad luck were her parents by virtue of the fact they brought her into this world. It is unknown if her siblings would have been affected because Himawari is an only child. Not long afterwards, Himawari's grandmother died; though Himawari realizes her grandmother was ill and also elderly, she believes that she contributed to her grandmother's death.

座敷童 Zashiki-warashi
A spirit girl (Vestal sprite) who has a crush on Watanuki. In the manga, the Zashiki-warashi first appears at Valentine's Day determined to give the perfect chocolate to Watanuki, which nearly results in the death of Dōmeki. She next appears when Watanuki is sent by Yūko to a place of pure chi to return the Kudakitsune to its normal small size. While there ("there" being a mountain named reisan), he finds the Zashiki-warashi on a small rock where he gives her a White Day present (a pair of hairpins with an angel wing design) as a token of appreciation for the Valentine's Day chocolate (even though he couldn't eat it). Her third appearance is when Watanuki agrees to go rescue her from the evil Jorō-gumo. She was captured when she attempted to recover Watanuki's eye from the Jorō-gumo. Her fourth appearance is when she and the Ame-warashi come to visit Watanuki, who'd recently been severely injured.
Zashiki-warashi are prone to mischievous thoughts, though this one is actually quite shy and sweet and very prone to crying (those who make her cry will be attacked by her guardians, a group of tengu-karasu). She lives on a mountain with pure spiritual energy and, as a result, is vulnerable to evil energy.
In the anime, Zashiki-warashi's first appearance was during Ochugen (a Japanese festival), which she misunderstood for Valentine's Day. Watanuki visits her to thank her for the aburage (deep-fried tofu) which she gave to him to help him with the Kudakitsune.
Later in the manga Watanuki notices the change in her voice, identifying it as more grown up. The Ame-warashi explained that this was the effect of the Zashiki-warashi's feelings for Watanuki, causing her to change and grow-up.
She is based on a spirit from Japanese folklore, the zashiki-warashi, accounting for her childlike naiveté and innocence.

雨童女 Ame-warashi
The Ame-warashi is also known as a rain sprite or rain maker. She is a proud, high ranking spirit/sprite who has a very hostile attitude toward humans due to the fact that "humans have no care or regard whatsoever with living nature". She comes to Yūko to ask for the service of Watanuki to save someone at the park with park containing ajisai, or hydrangeas. In the anime, she is portrayed as a good, protective friend of the Zashiki-warashi.
She also has the ability to detect differences in characters and likely special abilities, as implied by her ill feeling of Himawari and the "refreshing" or "pure" scent she detects emitting from Dōmeki. She appears again with the Zashiki-warashi to see Watanuki and remains hostile towards him, though she also makes a cryptic remark as to Watanuki's true nature.
Her hair in the anime is red, however there are colored Clamp pieces that show her hair as blue. The concept of an Ame-warashi is based on a spirit from Japanese folklore.

管狐 Kudakitsune / 無月 Mugetsu
The Kudakitsune, a pipe fox spirit, later named Mugetsu by Watanuki, was the payment given to Yūko by the Ame-warashi for Watanuki's help. It became attached to him right away and often accompanies him on trips of the more dangerous type, but will go with him anywhere if he lets it. It used to annoy him at first, but Watanuki has warmed up to the wormy furball. The Kudakitsune has two forms: a snake-like mini version, and the traditional Kyūbi when it reveals its true power. It is able to create gigantic fireballs, also known as Foxfire or streams of fire, and can detect evil beings like the wing parasites and the spider lady in volume 8.
The Kudakitsune transformedIt takes a large amount of pure spiritual energy to revert the traditional kyūbi back into its portable snake-like form. When that happens, Watanuki is forced to take the Kudakitsune to Zashiki's mountain. Watanuki later names it Mugetsu (無月, lit. moonless or no moon?) for the way its eyes seem to disappear when it transforms, because the Kudakitsune became upset that Watanuki named Himawari's bird but left the Kudakitsune unnamed.
In the anime the Kudakitsune's favorite treat is deep-fried tofu, but too much of it is bad for him. If he eats too much in his larger form the markings on his head will disappear one by one and soon he would not be able to return to his pipe form, as Yūko informed Watanuki.

タンポポ Tanpopo
A cute yellow bird hatched from an egg Yūko gave Watanuki while he was recovering from a near fatal injury as payment for retrieving water from a well. Actually that was the same egg that Sakura got from their visit to Kamui's world in Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle. According to Yūko, the bird was born for the sake of Himawari, and after Watanuki gives it to her, they are always seen together. Watanuki, at her request, names it Tanpopo (タンポポ, lit. dandelion?).
He was introduced in the last chapter of volume 10 of the manga. His name was given to him by Watanuki in volume 11.
Tanpopo is unaffected by Himawari's unlucky jinx and thus can keep her in good company.

マル&モロ Maru & Moro
Maru and Moro (short for Maru-dashi and Moro-dashi) are the two girls that led Watanuki into Yūko's shop. It isn't stated whether they were created by Yūko, Clow Reed, the both of them, or someone else entirely, but since they have no souls and cannot leave the shop, it can be assumed that they were created there.
Possible Powers-In chapter 126, Yūko explained why Maru and Moro are required to stay inside the shop. The shop itself is not seen by anyone unless they are fated to do business with Yūko. Maro and Moro's concentration is what is keeping the shop in existence. As a side-effect, they have long deep bouts of sleep.
They help out around the shop, but mostly act as the cheering squad. They almost always speak in unison, or close to it. Watanuki seems to get along with them most of the time, at least when they are not dragging him into one of Yūko's plans.
It is noted that Maru and Moro's full names, when translated, mean "Flashing" and "Streaking" respectively, something that is quite possibly a pun on the 'xxx' part of xxxHolic. Even though 'xxx' is intended to act as a variable in the title it is almost synonymous with pornography, which given the target seinen audience is probably intended.
There are very few instances that Maru and Moro are in serious scenes. In the parasite angel chapter, Watanuki invited them to join him in the festival, however Maru and Moro said in unison (in a rather dazed look) "those without souls cannot leave this place... for their bodies will disintegrate."
They also show some concern not only for Yūko but also for Watanuki despite the fact they always annoy him. In volume 6 of the manga, when Watanuki came home from visiting the "lady in the park", Maru and Moro immediately sensed that something was wrong with Watanuki. When Watanuki finally collapsed, the two dragged Watanuki as far as the store's gates, saying "This is as far as we can go" before tossing Watanuki out to a waiting Dōmeki. In the anime, Watanuki also shows signs of slight affection to the two; in episode 18, when Dōmeki read a letter to Watanuki written by Mokona and Maru/Moro, Watanuki was somewhat pleased to see that they thought of him.

モコナ=モドキ Mokona Modoki
The name Mokona Modoki (or simply Mokona) refers to any or both characters, as they are never called by their real names. The Black Mokona’s real name is Larg (ラーグ, Rāgu?), while the White Mokona’s real name is Soel (ソエル, Soeru?).

Larg and Soel are copies of an original Mokona, who appears in Magic Knight Rayearth (another Clamp series). The two were created by Yūko Ichihara and Clow Reed (who appear to be aware of the existence of Sakura Kinomoto and all of the events in her world). One day, Yūko and Clow encountered the original Mokona, who was traveling through different worlds, and Mokona provided Yūko and Clow with the knowledge of alternate dimensions. After learning that one day a Sakura and Syaoran from an alternate world would come to their world to ask for help, Yūko and Clow created the two Mokona, basing them on the original but with slight differences, such as difference in size and the ability to talk (whereas the original Mokona would only say "Puu!"). Each Mokona was also given an earring which matched the color of the gem on its forehead, the blue earing seals magic power while the red earing boosts magic power.The plural form of Mokona is also Mokona.

In Chapter 133 of Tsubasa, Yūko explained to the TRC group that the two Mokona were created in order to stop the plans of Fei Wong Reed's wishes.

The full story of the two Mokona is told in Clamp’s Soel to Larg: Mokona=Modoki no Bouken (Soel and Larg: The Adventures of Mokona=Modoki).

White Mokona (Soel)
White Mokona is the manju-bun -like creature from Clamp’s Tsubasa Chronicle that possess several astonishing abilities, such as traveling to different worlds, teleporting objects from one world to another, and sensing strong auras. Mokona was what Yûko gave Syaoran and the others in return for the prices they paid, enabling them to go to different worlds in the search for Sakura’s feathers, and as we later find out, without Mokona they wouldn’t be able to communicate (except for Syaoran and Sakura, as they are from the same world) because they all come from different worlds and speak different languages. With the help of Black Mokona, Mokona is able to stay in contact with Yûko, and in the manga there is an illustration showing Mokona talking to Black Mokona in the background.

Mokona is also responsible for locating Sakura’s feathers, and whenever one is around it goes ‘mekkyon’ (scary face) for an instant, which alerts the others. Mokona is a very cheerful, optimistic and energetic being, and loves to tease Kurogane, who occasionally uses violence to get back at him. Similar to Larg, Soel has a strong fondness for alcoholic drinks. The name Soel comes from the rune Sôwilô meaning sun.

In Chapter 166 of Tsubasa, Mokona asked Syaoran to take off the earing he has on his ear. This was instructed to him in a dream white Mokona had with the black Mokona. Celes was closing up after the death of Ashura and Fay used the last of his magic to transport Kurogane, Syaoran and Sakura out. However, Kurogane and Fay were separated because Kurogane refused to leave Fay. They were inclosed in a spell dome that would eventually close upon them Mokona's earings emitted a ray of light that gave an opening for Kurogane to escape.

Black Mokona (Larg)

Black Mokona isn’t quite as enthusiastic and energetic as White Mokona, but nevertheless a teaser, which results in a reaction from Watanuki similar to Kurogane's. Little is known about Black Mokona, except that it is able to see ghosts, something the White Mokona cannot do, and that its main purpose is to stay in contact with the White Mokona, so that Yûko can know where the group is and assist them if necessary. Also, Black Mokona is used for teleporting things to the White Mokona, which it does by swallowing them. Yuko has also remarked that of the two Mokona, the red earring on the white one possesses the ability to enhance magical power while the blue earring on black one has the ability to seal magical power.

Like Yuko, Black Mokona loves to drink sake. The name Larg comes from the rune Laguz meaning water.

五月七日小羽 Tsuyuri Kohane
Watanuki Kimihiro and Kohane first met underneath a sakura tree that had a spirit of a woman that Kohane could sense ( or was supposedly should lay to rest). Upon their first meeting Kohane could feel that Watanuki was like her. She is around 11 years old, and is widely known in public as a child prodigy, medium and exorcist. Due to her abilities she is invited and featured on many Paranormal based TV shows.

Kohane is somewhat a quiet and lonely girl due to the upbringing she had. She also acts very mature for her age and even though she is severely criticized she keeps her composure well. Watanuki seems to be the only person that makes her smile due to the care and genuine concern he has shown her. She mentioned to Watanuki Kimihiro that she hasn't been called by her first name as far as she can remember, marking Watanuki calling her "Kohane-chan" as a first.

Due to the restrictions imposed by her mother, Kohane doesn’t have many friends. Watanuki seems to be her only friend and is the only one to call her by her name. She and Watanuki seem to have some sort of connection: both can see spirits and their family names are related. In volume 10 of the manga, she mentions that she hasn't been to school since her first year of elementary school.There also seems no evidence that Kohane has any other family, such as siblings or a father. Watanuki has so far been the only person to show a genuine desire to protect Kohane from harm.

Kohane may have more powerful abilities than she chooses to show, as in chapter 139 after her mother hurts Watanuki she gives her mother a warning: "Mother, you can do anything to me, but I won't forgive you for hurting someone I care about."

Kohane's Mother
Kohane's mother will go to such extremes to make sure that she takes advantage much of Kohane's abilities for her own material benefit (their home is scattered with clothes and jewelry everywhere), even after their house is vandalized. She also makes sure that no one interacts with Kohane, especially Watanuki, going so far as to physically hurt him. Kohane is also not allowed to touch any objects deemed “impure” by her mother and does not eat “impure” food either (her food is vegetarian just like the food monks eat to purify themselves). Kohane is also not allowed to have toys and only has rudimentary furniture in her house. Most of time Kohane's mother is seen always on the phone arguing or rather bartering with TV producers on how much profit she can make if Kohane will guest or exorcise for them. Kohane's mother does not seem to touch Kohane for reasons not yet explained. It is possible that she too is afraid of her own daughter, evidence of this is shown after Kohane gives a severe warning to her mother after she splashes Watanuki with hot water.

Abilities --- Like Watanuki Kohane has the abilities to see and sense spirits. She also has the ability to exorcise them as well. One incident is the Ghost girl customer of Yuko Ichihara who didn't realize that she was a ghost. The Ghost wished to rid of the scary presence in the house that she stayed on, later the living family on the same house called Kohane to eliminate the lost spirit.

She can also sense curses or other types of malicious auras on a person. When Watanuki made a pinky promise with Himawari Kunogi (which later caused him to fall off his school), Kohane was able to sense what he had done and predict that he would suffer ill fortune.

In one of the Supernatural TV shows she guested on along with other mediums Kohane was able to sense a secondary spirit of a woman who committed suicide in the abandoned building. Since 5 of the mediums only guessed one, this caused a negative effect on her popularity. She was then called a fake and to Watanuki's horror on one of his visits, Kohane was covered in bandages after being pushed down the stairs. Her home was vandalized and her answering machine was full of threats.

百目鬼遥 Dōmeki Haruka
Dōmeki's grandfather and the Shinto priest of the shrine where Dōmeki now lives. He died sometime ago but he is always mentioned in Dōmeki's stories. The reason for his death hasn't been mentioned yet. Haruka looks strikingly like Dōmeki, but he has a somewhat more cheerful and outgoing personality than his grandson. He seems to have taught Shizuka a lot of stories regarding folklore, mythology and shrine practices. He has also an immense library that now Dōmeki uses and keeps.
As the priest of that shrine, he had the power to exorcise spirits and see them as well, an ability passed on to Dōmeki (although Dōmeki could not see spirits). His style of exorcising spirits, like Dōmeki, was shooting a bow and arrow made of chi. When Yūko saw the wards Haruka had made for the library she indicated that they were of high quality, attesting to his skill and knowledge of the occult.
Volume 9 of the manga marks his first appearance: in a dream provided by the Yumenai's balloons, which were originally Haruka's. He acts like a guide to Watanuki as Yūko does, asking him why he really likes Himawari and pointing out that since he met Himawari, things have gone bad for him, as well as asking why he found Shizuka Dōmeki irritating. When Watanuki fell from the school window, he entered a dream-like state in his near death condition. It was Haruka who crossed into this dream-like state and brought Watanuki back to consciousness.
Watanuki continues to see Haruka in his dreams. In chapter 127 Haruka has been shown to have the power to not only enter Watanuki's dreams, but can also bring him "across" to another person's dream.
He acts as a guide to him as well in explaining things or warning him of danger like the time Kohane's mother splashed Watanuki with hot water His statement that this is because all dreams are "connected" and thus it is possible to travel between dreams, is an idea that has been shown in other CLAMP works, notably in X. Haruka's ability to "cross" dreams and perhaps using them to sense certain knowledge is one that is characteristic of the yumemi from X.

















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