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Kin'emon in One Piece

Kin'emon in One Piece.
Kin'emon in One Piece. Still from the anime.


Kin'emon is a fictional character in the popular manga and its anime adaptation, the One Piece series, written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda.


Disclaimer: This article will contain details revolving around Kin'emon and might contain spoilers for some viewers. Readers are advised to proceed at their own discretion.


Kin'emon, also known as "Foxfire Kin'emon", is a skilled samurai hailing from the region of Kuri in Wano Country. As a devoted retainer of the Kozuki Family, he holds the esteemed position of being the leader of the Nine Red Scabbards. In his earlier years, he had a troubled past as a thug, but he eventually turned his life around.


Born 56 years prior to the present day, Kin'emon had an extraordinary experience when he was 36 years old. He found himself transported 20 years into the future, embarking on an unexpected journey through time.


With Wano Country under the oppressive rule of Kurozumi Orochi, an ally of the fearsome Yonko Kaido, Kin'emon set out on a daring seafaring quest. Alongside him were his young master, Kozuki Momonosuke, and two loyal comrades. Their mission was to gather a formidable force of warriors to support their cause and liberate Wano Country from its tyrannical rulers.


During their eventful journey, fate led Kin'emon and his group to the mysterious island of Punk Hazard. There, they crossed paths with the Straw Hat Pirates, and their lives became intertwined. To protect Momonosuke, Kin'emon posed as his father, forging a bond with the Straw Hat crew that would endure many trials and tribulations.


As the story unfolds, Kin'emon emerges as a central ally of the Straw Hat Pirates during the epic sagas of Dressrosa, Whole Cake Island, and Wano Country. His unwavering loyalty, exceptional swordsmanship, and determination make him a key figure in the battle for freedom and justice in Wano Country.


All About Kin'emon


Name

Kin'emon

First Appearance in Anime

One Piece Episode 580: A Scorching Battle! Luffy vs. the Giant Dragon!

Japanese Voice Actor

Kenyu Horiuchi

English Voice Actor

Chris Ryan

Birthday

29th January

Age

36 (born 56 years ago)

Gender

Male

Status

Alive

Affiliations

Kozuki Family

Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance

Nine Red Scabbards

Occupation

Samurai

Retainer of the Kozuki Family

Leader of the Nine Red Scabbards

Thief (former)

Origin

Wano Country

Devil Fruit

Fuku Fuku no Mi (Garb-Garb Fruit)

Bounty

Beli99,000,000 (Last Known)


Kin'emon’s History


In his youth, Kin'emon was known as a troublesome and reckless individual, deeply entangled in the world of gambling. Despite having a childhood friendship with Tsuru, he often resorted to trying to take her money in a desperate bid to pay off his mounting gambling debts. One day, he stole a valuable white boar from three men visiting Tsuru's tea house, having overheard its worth.


This led to a series of events where he even stole money from Hyogoro in the capital. However, fate took a turn when he encountered Denjiro, and together, they realized the grave consequences of bringing the white boar to the capital, as it was the offspring of the fearsome Mountain God.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


As the Mountain God's rampage threatened the capital, Kin'emon was consumed by guilt, fearing he would be responsible for the city's destruction. It was during this critical moment that Kozuki Oden, the influential figure, intervened. After overhearing Kin'emon and Denjiro, Oden asked them for the white boar, to which Kin'emon initially refused, clinging to the idea of using it to clear his debts.


However, tragedy struck when the men Kin'emon stole the boar from arrived and informed them that their comrades and Tsuru had been devoured by the Mountain God. Overwhelmed by guilt and grief, Kin'emon released the boar and attempted to confront the creature but was no match for its power. Fortunately, Oden intervened and ultimately defeated the Mountain God, saving the day. Kin'emon discovered that Tsuru had survived, and in an emotional embrace, he was ready to take responsibility for the incident.


Nevertheless, Oden chose to protect him, taking the blame upon himself. This event marked a turning point in Kin'emon's life as he, along with Oden and other companions, embarked on a journey of transformation. In dire financial straits, they considered stealing from Yasuie, but their lives changed when Yasuie showed them compassion and advised them to use the money for self-improvement. Taking Yasuie's wisdom to heart, they embarked on a path of education and training, shaping themselves into dignified warriors devoted to Oden's cause and the betterment of Wano Country.


After meeting the Whitebeard Pirates, Oden and his loyal retainers had a feast with them. Oden expressed his desire to join Whitebeard's crew, but Kin'emon, Kanjuro, Raizo, and Denjiro were against the idea. They felt Oden shouldn't leave Wano. However, two weeks later, Oden, along with Izou, Inuarashi, and Nekomamushi, went missing after the Whitebeard Pirates departed.


During Oden's absence, Kin'emon and the other retainers protected their home, Kuri. When Oden returned to Wano with the Roger Pirates, the retainers were happy to see him, but they were stopped by Toki from trying to convince Oden to stay. Despite their wishes, Oden chose to continue his journey with Gol D. Roger, which made Kin'emon angry.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Around six months before Oden finished his voyage, Kin'emon and the retainers became furious with Kurozumi Orochi, who had abused his position as shogun. While Inuarashi and Kawamatsu stayed at Oden Castle, the rest of the retainers marched to the Flower Capital to confront Orochi. There, they discovered that the Beasts Pirates were in Kuri, threatening Oden's family.


Upon Oden's return to Wano after completing his journey, the retainers (except Denjiro and Ashura Doji, who were elsewhere) welcomed him back and informed him about the dire situation in Wano. Oden instructed them to protect his family and Kuri while he headed to the capital alone to face the challenges there.


Fall of the Kozuki Family


After Oden's failed attempt to kill Orochi, Kin'emon and the other retainers remained loyal to him, even though Oden's actions made him appear foolish and caused him to lose the respect of many people in Wano. Twenty years ago, Oden decided it was time to take down Kaido, and the retainers eagerly followed him to Onigashima.


On their way to Onigashima, they were confronted by Kaido and his crew in the Udon region, leading to a fierce battle. Despite their best efforts, the samurai were overwhelmed, and Oden, along with the Nine Red Scabbards, was imprisoned in the Flower Capital and sentenced to be boiled alive in three days.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


At the execution site, Oden struck a deal with Kaido. As he stepped into the boiling oil, he made sure the retainers stood on a plank, sparing them from immediate danger. While enduring the agonizing hour, Oden explained to his loyal retainers the reason why Wano Country was isolated and urged them to open the country's borders for him. Oden survived the ordeal, but Orochi ordered a firing squad to execute both Oden and the retainers.


In a brave act, Oden saved his retainers once again, ordering them to leave and open Wano's borders while he faced his demise. The Scabbards fled with tears in their eyes as Oden met his end.


After escaping pursuers, they regrouped but faced challenges. Inuarashi and Nekomamushi were captured, while Denjiro and Ashura chose separate paths to fight their enemies. Upon returning to Oden Castle, they found it in flames, but they discovered Momonosuke, Oden's son, along with his sister and mother. With the help of Toki, they were sent twenty years into the future.


Arriving in the future, they witnessed the drastic changes in Wano but also found allies willing to support them. Kin'emon, Kanjuro, Raizo, and Momonosuke formed a plan to reclaim Wano while Kiku stayed behind. They traveled to Zou to seek aid from the Mink Tribe, with Kin'emon posing as Momonosuke's father to avoid attention. However, they were spotted by the Beasts Pirates when leaving Wano, putting their mission at risk.


Journey to Zou


While sailing to Zou, Kin'emon and the retainers faced a shipwreck, and Raizo got separated from them. They ended up in Dressrosa, where subordinates of Donquixote Doflamingo pursued them. To protect Momonosuke, he hid on a ship that sailed away before Kin'emon could reach him. Kanjuro bravely held off the pursuers, allowing Kin'emon to escape.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon journeyed to Punk Hazard to find Momonosuke. There, he encountered Trafalgar Law, a powerful Warlord of the Sea, who dismembered the samurai and scattered his body parts across the island. His legs were left wandering on the burning side of the island, where they got stuck to a dragon. His head was sliced into eight pieces and kept in a cell in Vegapunk's former research facility. His torso and arms wandered around the frozen side of the island, attacking anyone who approached.


Punk Hazard Arc


When the Straw Hat Pirates encountered Kin'emon's legs stuck to a dragon, they were surprised to find out that the legs could talk and tried to attack them. Luffy defeated the dragon and pulled off Kin'emon's legs. Luffy, being Luffy, decided to keep the talking legs and even named them "Ashimaro." He attached the legs to his back, pretending to be a centaur, and with the legs' guidance, they set out to find their friends.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Meanwhile, Kin'emon's head was found by the kidnapped Straw Hat Pirates, who initially didn't realize it was a severed head. They played around with the pieces but eventually put them back together correctly. When they learned he was a samurai from Wano Country, they decided to help him find his missing "son," Momonosuke.


As they escaped their pursuers, they entered a room full of children, and Kin'emon's head scared the kids while frantically calling for Momonosuke. Nami hit him for causing a ruckus, but they continued to look for his body.


During their escape, the head's torso fought Brook but was eventually scared off by the headless and legless torso. After defeating their pursuers, Kin'emon's head wanted to stay and find his "son," and Sanji took responsibility for him, much to his annoyance. Kin'emon refused to be indebted to pirates but allowed them to help find his body. In the end, Sanji took Kin'emon's head with them, despite the samurai's taunts and tantrums.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


As the Straw Hat Pirates and Kin'emon's head tried to escape their pursuers, they ended up in a room full of scared children. Kin'emon asked the kids if they knew Momonosuke, but his loud and frantic behavior scared them, and Nami even hit him for causing a commotion.


While Sanji and Franky fought their enemies, Kin'emon's head felt the strain of his fighting torso, which was battling Brook. Despite putting up a good fight, the headless and legless torso scared Brook away.


After Sanji and Franky defeated the enemies, Kin'emon wanted to stay and find his "son." Sanji got frustrated with his pride but was stopped by Franky. Kin'emon didn't want to owe pirates anything but allowed them to find his body.


Later, when they encountered Law, Kin'emon recognized him as the one who cut him up and wanted to stay back. However, they realized Law didn't have his other body parts and decided to join the Straw Hats in escaping.


As they ran to the back entrance, the children suffered from the cold. Kin'emon used his magical powers from eating a fruit to keep them warm. He made a humorous comment about enjoying Nami's body before getting a beating (Nami was in Franky's body).


Eventually, they reunited with the rest of the kidnapped Straw Hat Pirates. Kin'emon's head was rejoined with his legs, and he shared his story, revealing his special skill of talking with farts. He left the group to find his torso, as Brook mentioned having encountered it before.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


While searching for his torso, Kin'emon's Devil Fruit weakness flared up, leaving him paralyzed and in the freezing waters of the island's central lake. Sanji, Zoro, and Brook found his head and legs and realized that his torso must be in the lake. Despite being pirates, they decided to help him, as they felt responsible for rescuing him from the prison.


At first, Kin'emon was shocked that pirates would help him, but Sanji's selflessness touched him deeply, and he thanked them for their assistance, admitting that he needed their help for the first time.


As they continued, they encountered centaurs fleeing from the lake and saw a strange mountain in the distance. Brook mentioned a Slime that melts women's clothes, piquing Kin'emon's and Sanji's interests.


Sanji bravely jumped into the freezing and toxic lake to retrieve Kin'emon's torso, which had been grabbed by a shark. After recovering his full body, Kin'emon was overwhelmed with happiness. He introduced himself as Kin'emon from Wano Country and gratefully thanked Sanji, though Sanji scolded him for being too nice and suspicious earlier.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon expressed deep gratitude and asked for forgiveness for his suspicions, and Sanji, though annoyed, was interrupted by Brook before he could get too emotional.


While trying to escape the poisonous Slime on the island, Kin'emon showcased his ability to cut with fire, which impressed Zoro. They encountered various challenges and had to avoid the dangerous Slime and toxic gas.


Zoro and Kin'emon managed to cut down an iron shutter to enter Caesar's lab, but this allowed the poisonous gas to spread inside. They formed teams to escape the island, and Kin'emon joined Nami, Usopp, Zoro, Sanji, and Brook to save Momonosuke and the other abducted children.


During their escape, they faced opposition from the G-5 Marines and had to repel them. They managed to escape to Building B and rode on Brownbeard. However, a small dragon attacked them, and Kin'emon and Brook debated on who should fight it. After a combined effort, they defeated the dragon, but Kin'emon couldn't resist kicking it further until stopped by the others.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


After a series of events and challenges, Kin'emon and the group encountered Chopper (in Monster Point) trying to stop the children from getting their candy. However, the children beat him down and continued on their way. Kin'emon, Zoro, Nami, Robin, and Brook came to Chopper's aid and chased after the children to the Biscuits Room where they faced Monet.


Kin'emon, Brook, and Usopp went on a mission to find Kin'emon's "son" and a pair of Seastone handcuffs. Brook used his abilities to separate his soul from his body, and Kin'emon had to carry Brook's body. While Usopp went to the secret room, Kin'emon and Brook freed some captive children and learned from a little girl that Kin'emon's "son" had been transformed into a dragon.


Filled with regret, Kin'emon rushed back to find the dragon he had fought earlier, believing it to be Momonosuke. He was eventually petrified by the gas and carried to Building R by Brook. In Building R, Kin'emon was finally reunited with Momonosuke, and when Brook called Sanji's actions towards Kin'emon "uncalled for," Sanji expressed his frustration, thinking Kin'emon should have been dead.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


However, Kin'emon's shell cracked, and he returned to his normal state, shocking everyone. Kin'emon embraced his son, Momonosuke, and they shared a touching reunion. Momonosuke later fainted due to hunger, but after regaining consciousness, they both enjoyed food and celebrated with the rest of the group.


After leaving Punk Hazard with Law and the Straw Hat Pirates on the Thousand Sunny, Kin'emon was surprised to learn they were heading to Dressrosa, a place he wanted to visit. He was shocked to discover that their alliance's target was Kaido, and also when Momonosuke suddenly reverted to his dragon form.


Kin'emon revealed that he had a comrade being held prisoner on Dressrosa. Later, he demanded a duel from Zoro when he recognized the sword Shusui, which belonged to his country's legendary hero, Ryuma. However, he got distracted when he saw Momonosuke taking a bath with Robin.


Kin'emon, Brook, and Sanji scolded Momonosuke for using his youth to his advantage, and Kin'emon even asked him to cut off his top knot as repentance. Nami intervened and took Momonosuke to sleep with her and Robin.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


The next morning, they read the newspaper with news about Doflamingo's resignation from the Seven Warlords of the Sea and the various alliances among different pirate groups, including Luffy and Law's alliance.


Dressrosa Arc


After arriving at Dressrosa, Kin'emon joined Luffy, Zoro, Sanji, and Franky to destroy the factory and rescue Kanjuro. While exploring the unique country, they witnessed living toys and encountered a blind man with mysterious abilities.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


At a restaurant, they confronted thugs taking advantage of the blind man, and after a brief scuffle, the man used his powers to defeat them. Later, Zoro's sword Shusui was stolen, and Kin'emon and Zoro set off to catch the thief. Kin'emon got lost along the way and was surrounded by Doflamingo's men, but Sanji came to his rescue.


They learned that Kanjuro was held at a "toy house," and Kin'emon asked Sanji to accompany him to save him. While waiting for the right moment, they witnessed Luffy's clash with Chinjao in the Corrida Colosseum.


As Luffy's fight continued, Kin'emon cheered him on, believing that a true man must aim for the top in competitions. They later encountered Zoro and a dwarf named Wicca, and learned that Nami's group on the Thousand Sunny was in trouble.


Kin'emon, along with Luffy and Zoro, witnessed the intense battle between Law and Doflamingo in Dressrosa. They were shocked to see Doflamingo shooting Law at close range after the fight. Zoro tried to rescue Law, but Admiral Issho intervened. Kin'emon managed to reach Law but was kicked back by Doflamingo.


They realized that the windows of the Colosseum were made of Seastone, preventing Luffy from helping them. Kin'emon revealed that the blind gambler they encountered earlier was actually an Admiral, Issho.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


After the Marines began pursuing them, they learned that the Big Mom Pirates were attacking the Thousand Sunny to capture Caesar Clown. Sanji's group continued on to Zou, and Franky's group focused on destroying the SMILE Factory. Luffy, Kin'emon, and Zoro decided to head to the palace to defeat Doflamingo and rescue Law.


After eluding the Marines with disguises, Kin'emon, Luffy, and Zoro arrived at the lift leading to the royal palace. They were accompanied by the dwarf, Wicca, and were guided by Viola, who has ties with the Riku Family. Zoro suggested using a basket to reach the palace rampart tower, and they charged in after Luffy broke the gate.


Inside the palace, Kin'emon disguised himself as Doflamingo to search for Kanjuro. He encountered Gladius, who believed the disguise and revealed that Kanjuro had disappeared from the scrap house. Kin'emon later left the palace with Wicca and the dwarves led by Kyros.


After Doflamingo trapped Dressrosa with the Birdcage, Kin'emon discarded his disguise and met up with Robin and Usopp. He brought Wicca and the dwarves to join Leo's group. Kin'emon's name was included in Doflamingo's hit list, and he went to the scrap heap to find Kanjuro. There, he was joyfully reunited with Kanjuro. The two samurais decided to leave the scrap heap on a bird drawn with Kanjuro's power, but the trapped citizens and soldiers begged to be taken along.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


After assisting the people in escaping the scrap heap, Kin'emon and Kanjuro met up with Usopp, Viola, and Riku Doldo III on the old King's Plateau. Usopp informed them about the seriousness of the situation with Sugar in the palace, and Kin'emon was surprised by Usopp's plan to snipe her from a great distance. Despite his doubts, they held back the citizens long enough for Usopp to succeed in his attack.


Once the citizens realized that they were playing into Doflamingo's hands, they released Kin'emon and the others. Admiral Fujitora showed faith in Luffy, similar to Riku Doldo III. After the defeat of many Donquixote Pirates officers, Pica threatened the old King's Plateau, but Zoro intervened and saved them.


As they left the plateau, Kin'emon learned about Law's defeat from Viola. When the Birdcage started shrinking, Kin'emon placed his hope in Luffy. As they were leaving with Zoro, Kin'emon was informed about Zoro's intention to stop the Birdcage.


Once they reached the Birdcage, Kin'emon and Kanjuro were surprised to see Zoro attempting to push it back. Initially thinking it was impossible, Zoro urged them to help and they complied. Issho also joined in, and together, they held the Birdcage back long enough for Luffy to defeat Doflamingo. With Doflamingo's downfall, they witnessed the collapse of the Birdcage and celebrated.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Three days later, Kin'emon and Kanjuro watched the citizens rebuilding Dressrosa and later joined the Straw Hats at Kyros' house for a meal. When the Marines were mobilized to pursue Luffy, they fled and waited for him at the eastern port. Issho attacked, but Luffy arrived in time to protect them.


They escaped on a ship, eventually reaching the Yonta Maria, Orlumbus' flagship. After the formation of the Straw Hat Grand Fleet, they celebrated with a feast and then set off on Bartolomeo's ship, the Going Luffy-senpai.


Zou Arc


During a hail storm at sea, Luffy's group realized that the Barto Club lacked sailing experience and a navigator. So, the Straw Hats, the Samurais, and Law had to protect the ship. After a week of navigating through dangers in the New World, they finally arrived at Zou, an island on the back of a giant elephant. Kin'emon was amazed by the sight.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Upon reaching Zou, they found the Thousand Sunny and bid farewell to the Barto Club. They climbed the giant elephant's leg using a dragon conjured by Kanjuro. While fooling around, they accidentally knocked into a monkey mink and fell off the dragon, getting separated from the group.


Later, they used a cat conjured by Kanjuro to climb the elephant's leg but had to avoid the eruption of rain that could melt the cat. Unable to reach Zou that day, they returned to the Thousand Sunny to wait until morning.


The next day, they finally reached Zou and began searching for Raizo. They were surprised to be warmly welcomed by the Mink Tribe, and they also reunited with Momonosuke. The Mink Tribe revealed that Raizo is safe, and Kin'emon and his group were relieved to have found him and established a friendly connection with the tribe.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


After finding Raizo on Zou, Kin'emon, Kanjuro, and Raizo were saddened by the state of the island after Jack's attack. They revealed the history of the Kozuki Family, their connection to the poneglyphs, and Lord Oden's past as a member of the Roger Pirates. They shared Oden's will to open Wano Country to the world and defeat Kaido and Orochi. Kin'emon asked for Luffy's help, but Luffy insisted that Momonosuke make the request himself, and when he did, Luffy accepted, and the alliance was formed.


The group decided to split up temporarily and meet again at Wano Country. Law agreed to take the samurai back to Wano in his submarine. As they left the Whale Tree, Zou shook, and they witnessed Zunesha, the giant elephant, crying. They were surprised to learn that Luffy and Momonosuke could hear Zunesha's voice. They later saw Zunesha defeating Jack's fleet with a single blow.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Momonosuke decided to stay on Zou to communicate more with Zunesha, while Kin'emon and the samurai prepared to return to Wano with Law and Zoro. As the Sanji Retrieval Team left Zou, they were shocked when Luffy decided to jump off Zunesha with his group.


Wano Country Arc


After infiltrating Wano Country, Kin'emon warned some of the Straw Hat members about Wano's corrupt government officials associated with Kaido. He later resided at the ruins of Oden Castle and suffered from bouts of diarrhea. During a reunion with Luffy's group, he revealed that his group had traveled through time and explained more about Wano's past, Oden's accomplishments, and their plan to attack Onigashima.


He assigned tasks to the Straw Hat members and mentioned three allies they needed to find: Kawamatsu, Denjiro, and Ashura Doji. When Kaido appeared in Kuri, Kin'emon was surprised and rushed to rescue Tsuru in Okobore Town. He then sought to make Ashura Doji an ally.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


When the Beasts Pirates discovered Kin'emon's secret message and arrested his supporters, he faced great distress. He later joined Inuarashi in pursuing Ashura Doji, and they witnessed Yasuie's execution. After the execution, Ashura asked them about the SMILE fruits.


Outside Bakura Town, Ashura was upset when he learned that Kin'emon had framed him for theft. However, after some persuasion from Kin'emon and Inuarashi, he decided to show them something important. He took them to the graves of their fallen comrades and explained the tragic events that occurred ten years ago when they tried to fight Kaido but were defeated.


Later, Ashura showed them ships at an abandoned port that could carry their troops to Onigashima, Kaido's residence. He also gave Kin'emon the blueprints of Kaido's residence to aid in their attack planning. Kin'emon was then contacted by Raizo, who informed him about the success of gaining allies in Udon, which surprised Kin'emon.


Kin'emon spoke to Kawamatsu, who had the weapons needed for the alliance, and he also contacted the yakuza bosses to relay Yasuie's last message. After explaining the message to the allies, Kin'emon held a strategy meeting with everyone to prepare for the upcoming raid on Onigashima.


Three days before the raid on Onigashima, Kin'emon received the happy news that Hiyori is alive and witnessed Zoro testing the sword Enma. Robin informed him about the number of enemies they would be facing, and Kin'emon tallied the warriors on their side, disappointed that they couldn't recruit those imprisoned in the Flower Capital.


On the day before the raid, Kin'emon spoke to Luffy and then marched with the Scabbards to the rebel meeting place. However, they found none of their ships and allies there, but they were determined to continue with the raid.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


As they set sail, Kin'emon suspected a traitor among them, and later, Kanjuro revealed himself as the mole. Kin'emon confronted him and beheaded him, but it turned out to be a copy. The real Kanjuro had taken Momonosuke captive and planned to bring him to Onigashima. As the Scabbards' boat was attacked by Beasts Pirates’ ships, they were rescued by the Straw Hats, Heart Pirates, and Kid Pirates. Law's submarine then lifted their boat.


After Denjiro revealed his true identity as Kin'emon's old ally, the alliance successfully gathered a massive fleet at Port Tokage, thanks to Kin'emon's clever misinformation to mislead the spy Kanjuro. They headed towards Onigashima for the final battle against Kaido and Orochi.


Kanjuro escaped with Momonosuke, but the alliance pressed on without them. They faced attacks from Beasts Pirates’ ships, but Jinbe came to aid them. The Straw Hats took control of the port in front of Onigashima.


Kin'emon and Denjiro led the alliance into Onigashima through the front, disguising themselves as Beasts Pirates. They divided their forces, and Kin'emon led the eastern group. They encountered Big Mom but continued with their infiltration.


As they made their way through the Pleasure Hall owned by Black Maria, they hid from Big Mom while she was distracted. Kin'emon and his forces continued their mission while avoiding detection.


Kin'emon and Denjiro joined up with the other Scabbards and Izou at the back entrance of Kaido's castle. They found Kanjuro defeated and proceeded to the Performance Stage, where they launched an all-out attack on Kaido and the All-Stars. During the battle, they managed to wound Kaido as they fell to a lower floor.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


The alliance revealed themselves and attacked the Beasts Pirates, prompting Kaido to transform into his dragon form and fly to the roof of the Skull Dome. The Scabbards, along with the Mink Tribe, prepared to fight Kaido on the roof.


Inuarashi and Nekomamushi fought Jack in their Sulong forms, while Kin'emon initially prepared to fight Jack as well. However, the Mink rulers stepped in and defeated Jack.


The Scabbards continued their confrontation with Kaido, and Kin'emon sliced the flames of Kaido's fire breath. They all took turns attacking him, replicating Oden's Two Sword Style stance and striking his scar.


Kaido retaliated with wind scythes, injuring Kikunojo. Kin'emon and Izou tended to Kikunojo's wound. Kaido praised the samurai for their resolve, but Kin'emon showed no respect, stating that losing to Kaido is not an honorable fate.


During the intense battle with Kaido on the roof, the Scabbards were overwhelmed and incapacitated. However, Luffy, along with Big Mom, Kid, Killer, Zoro, and Law, arrived to join the fight. Luffy checked on Kin'emon and his group, and Kin'emon tearfully asked Luffy to take the responsibility of saving Wano upon his shoulders, to which Luffy agreed. Law then teleported the Scabbards to a safe place as per Luffy's request.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


They found themselves in the Treasure Room's second floor, where a mysterious person tended to their injuries. When they regained consciousness, they saw a figure who appeared to be Oden, but Ashura Doji expressed doubt. Kin'emon believed it was their old master, but Ashura attacked the figure, revealing it to be a Kanjuro drawing. Kanjuro revealed his intention to kill Momonosuke before he died and set off dynamite to destroy them, but Ashura sacrificed himself to save the others.


Enraged by Kanjuro's actions and mockery of Oden, Kin'emon led the Scabbards to confront him and protect Momonosuke. They encountered Jack along the way, but Inuarashi stayed to fight him while the rest of the Scabbards continued. They then came across Orochi, who transformed into the Yamata no Orochi, but the Scabbards swiftly decapitated all of his heads with synchronized strikes.


As the Scabbards continued their mission, Kin'emon and Kiku separated from the group to confront Kanjuro. They found him disguised as Oden and engaged in a final battle. Kiku was weakened by the disguise and got stabbed, but before dying, she expressed hope for the future. Kin'emon swiftly avenged her by striking down Kanjuro.


Shortly after, Kaido arrived in the crawlspace to kill Momonosuke. Kin'emon told Shinobu to take Momonosuke and escape while he faced Kaido. However, Kaido easily overpowered Kin'emon, shattering his katanas and severely injuring him. Despite the injuries, Kin'emon managed to strike back at Kaido before being struck down and left unconscious.


Surprisingly, Kin'emon survived the attack due to his lower half not being properly reattached from a previous injury. His legs ran off to find help and came across Nami and Usopp's group, who recognized the symbol of the rebellion and helped Kin'emon. Meanwhile, Kin'emon overheard Orochi and Kanjuro plotting to unleash a monster called Kazenbo to destroy the alliance and the Beast Pirates. He watched in horror as the monster came to life and started wreaking havoc in the castle.


After the intense battle at Onigashima, Usopp reattached Kin'emon's legs, and they had to defend themselves from incoming Beasts Pirates. Kin'emon and Kikunojo both pleaded with Usopp to leave one of them behind, but he refused and shared his belief in survival. Izou showed up to help fend off the enemies, and Usopp carried Kin'emon to safety while Hamlet helped Kikunojo.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


They were rushed to safety, but Kin'emon's body was swept up in water released by Raizo. Eventually, Kin'emon and the others were brought to Chopper for treatment, and he later emerged bandaged and conscious, joining the Scabbards and Momonosuke as they continued their journey towards the Shogun's castle.


A week after the raid, Kin'emon and Kawamatsu were discussing the possibility of building a temple in Ringo to honor Kozuki Oden and tribute Ashura Doji and Izou. When Marco arrived at the graveyard, Kin'emon asked him about burying Izou in Ringo, and Marco agreed, saying it was his birth country. They mourned the loss of their comrades together.


During the second Fire Festival to celebrate their victory over Kaido and Orochi, Kin'emon was celebrating with Tsuru in Kuri, reunited with her after a long time. However, he was not present with the rest of the Scabbards, Yamato, and Momonosuke when Admiral Ryogukyu attempted to take Luffy's head, leading to a brief confrontation before retreating due to Shanks' intervention. Kin'emon also apologized to Shinobu and Raizo, who became victims of Ryogukyu's abilities.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


After the events in Wano, Kin'emon informed the others that Tsuru was safe but had suffered a serious burn on her face during the chaos in Okobore Town. He admired her beauty even after all these years. As the Straw Hat Pirates prepared to leave Wano, Kin'emon and Momonosuke were surprised to be left out of the farewell biddings. They searched for Yamato, who had decided not to join the Straw Hats but instead explore Wano and eventually set out to sea, following in the footsteps of Kozuki Oden.


When they encountered the Straw Hats before their departure, Kin'emon and Momonosuke were upset about being left out of the goodbyes. However, Luffy gave them a flag, declaring that Wano was now under the Straw Hats' protection.


He promised that if any of them decided to become pirates, the Straw Hats would come back to pick them up, but only if they had grown stronger.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


As the Straw Hats left, Momonosuke expressed his determination to surpass Oden one day, and Kin'emon looked forward to that future. They returned to the Flower Capital with Yamato, and Momonosuke wondered where to put the Straw Hat's flag as a symbol of their promise.


Kin'emon’s Personality


In his youth, Kin'emon was a brash and rude thug involved in thievery, assault, and gambling to get rich quickly. He was reckless and seemed indifferent to the consequences of his actions, even claiming no one would miss him if he died. However, witnessing the chaos caused by his actions and the suffering of his childhood friend Tsurujo made him feel remorseful. He was about to confess his crimes when Kozuki Oden intervened and changed his path.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Under Oden's influence, Kin'emon became a devoted follower and adopted a proper samurai etiquette and speech. He became courageous and protective of those he cared about. He has a strong sense of honor and follows the code of bushido, willing to commit seppuku (ritual suicide) for the shame of being dismembered without dying. Even when completely dismembered, he maintained his pride and honor as a samurai.


After his reformation, Kin'emon expects women to behave in a traditional and graceful manner. He sometimes clashes with Nami, who he sees as lacking in these qualities. However, despite his stubbornness, he eventually learns to ask for help when needed.


Despite his reformed behavior as a samurai, Kin'emon still holds strong grudges against pirates, likely because of his master Oden's death at the hands of Kaido and the Beasts Pirates. He particularly despises dragons due to Kaido being a dragon Zoan Devil Fruit user, and this hatred extends to other dragons as well.


Kin'emon has some sexist ideals and can be perverted at times, although he is quick to criticize others for not adhering to traditional behavior. He has shown a particular fascination with Nami's appearance and has created revealing outfits for her using his Devil Fruit powers. He also has jealousy issues, especially when it comes to Momonosuke interacting with female members of the Straw Hat crew.


Despite these flaws, Kin'emon's loyalty to the Kozuki Family is unwavering. He serves and protects Momonosuke, the heir to the Kozuki Family, with fierce devotion, even putting himself in danger to find and rescue him. His dedication to Momonosuke demonstrates his deep care and affection for his young master, and he is willing to go to great lengths to ensure his safety and well-being.


Kin'emon is a persistent and determined individual, and he doesn't easily give up on matters that are important to him. He was determined to convince Ashura Doji to rejoin their cause and was willing to resort to deception to achieve that goal. However, he later realized his mistake and acknowledged the suffering that Ashura had endured during his absence.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


As the leader of the Nine Red Scabbards, Kin'emon takes charge during times of war and knows how to motivate his comrades for victory. However, he may overestimate his own intelligence at times, leading to humorous situations where others praise him for accidental leadership and strategic feats.


Kin'emon is unfamiliar with Devil Fruits and considers them a form of sorcery, including his own Fuku Fuku no Mi powers. He is also unaware of other modern things outside of Wano, such as unfamiliar dishes like pizza. This lack of knowledge highlights his isolation from the outside world and the advanced technologies and abilities found there.


Kin'emon’s Appearance


Kin'emon is a tall and muscular man with a samurai appearance, typical of ancient Japan. He has a black topknot and a goatee, and his eyes are asymmetrical, with the right one opening more than the left.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Kin'emon, as seen in the digitally colorized One Piece manga.


He wears a black and white striped samurai gi, with the left side striped and the right side orange. On his left side, he carries a pair of katana with flame-patterned sheaths. He wears geta sandals for footwear.


He also has the Kozuki Family crest tattooed on his back. In his younger days, he had blonde hair and a different hairstyle before adopting his current samurai appearance.


Kin'emon’s Abilities


As the leader of the Nine Red Scabbards, Kin'emon commands a considerable level of authority within the group. He is an experienced and skilled leader, capable of taking charge during crises and effectively rallying his comrades for battle. The other Scabbards hold great respect for Kin'emon's leadership, especially Denjiro.


Together with three other Scabbards, Kin'emon demonstrated his strength by inflicting serious injuries on Kaido while the Emperor was in his formidable dragon form.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Before his transformation into a proper samurai, Kin'emon led a delinquent lifestyle, engaging in thievery and violence. Despite his past, he possessed notable strength and gained recognition from influential figures like Hyogoro, the prominent yakuza leader of the Flower Capital.


In addition to his combat prowess and leadership skills, Kin'emon is a highly intelligent tactician. He has devised numerous strategies behind the alliance's revolution against Emperor Kaido. For instance, during the Dressrosa Arc, he came up with the idea of disguising Zoro, Luffy, and himself as animal-themed toys to avoid attention from the Marines.


At Onigashima, Kin'emon employed tactics to camouflage the alliance members as Beasts Pirates, allowing them to infiltrate Kaido's domain undetected.


However, despite his intelligence and clever planning, Kin'emon's strategies are not always foolproof. Some of his plans have required an extraordinary amount of luck to succeed, and he has experienced setbacks when his schemes were discovered or misunderstood by others. Despite this, his determination and strategic thinking have played a crucial role in the alliance's fight for Wano's liberation.


Despite not being on the same level as Luffy and Zoro, Kin'emon has demonstrated exceptional luck throughout the series. His fortuitous encounters led to alliances with the Straw Hat Pirates and the Heart Pirates for the Raid of Onigashima. His strategic misdirection also helped to deceive Kanjurou, the spy from the Kurozumi Family, exposing his true identity. Additionally, Kin'emon's luck saved him on multiple occasions, such as when Law's inability to put him back together allowed him to survive after being stabbed by Kaido.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Additionally, Kin'emon is a highly skilled user of both Kenbunshoku Haki (Observation Haki) and Busoshoku Haki (Armament Haki). His proficiency in Kenbunshoku Haki allows him to sense the "aura" or presence of others, even when his body is separated. His disembodied legs demonstrated this ability by accurately attacking and dodging opponents without being attached to his head.


In terms of Busoshoku Haki, known as "Ryuo" in Wano, Kin'emon is an exceptional user. He can imbue his swords with this Haki, making them strong enough to withstand attacks from Doflamingo's razor-sharp threads (Torikago) and pierce through Kaido's nearly invulnerable body when fueled by rage.


Physical Abilities


Kin'emon possesses incredible superhuman strength, allowing him to effortlessly cut through thick steel and even challenge and injure a gigantic boar known as the Mountain God at the age of 15.


His endurance to pain and cold is also remarkable. He could withstand powerful kicks from Sanji and endure freezing temperatures that would be lethal to a regular person. Even after being attacked by one of Kaido's Haoshoku Haki-infused strikes during the raid on Onigashima, he managed to survive, though he was left severely weakened.


Kin'emon's body has the ability to process toxic substances that would harm others. He showed resilience against Caesar's deadly Shinokuni gas and regularly consumed tainted foods in Wano with minimal side effects.


Swordsmanship


Kin'emon is undoubtedly one of the most powerful samurai in Wano, known for his exceptional swordsmanship skills. As the leader of the Nine Red Scabbards, he possesses great authority and is respected by his comrades. His swordplay is highly versatile, allowing him to wield one or both of his swords with remarkable power and precision.


Even when dismembered by Law's Ope Ope no Mi, Kin'emon demonstrated incredible fighting capabilities. His legs and torso alone were capable of holding their own in battles and displaying advanced sword techniques. His severed legs attacked Luffy's group with determination, while his torso engaged in a sword fight with Brook, showcasing his adaptability and resilience.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


One of Kin'emon's signature techniques is his Foxfire Style, where he can generate, attack with, and cut fire using one of his swords. This unique ability allows him to cut through highly flammable substances and even slash through powerful explosions. He can generate flames for cauterizing wounds and use fire-enhanced sword slashes that can seriously injure formidable opponents like dragons and even thwart Kaido's Bolo Breath attack.


Kin'emon's mastery of the sword extends to emulating Oden's Oden Two Sword Style, though not as potent as the original. During his youth, his skills were already recognized by others, with Hyogoro acknowledging that his subordinates could not match up to him in combat.


In addition to his two katana, Sukesan and Kakusan, Kin'emon carries a small dagger, which he keeps as a means of performing seppuku if necessary, a display of his deep-rooted sense of honor as a samurai.


Devil Fruit


Kin'emon has the Fuku Fuku no Mi Devil Fruit, a special power that turns small items on people's heads into clothes. He can create disguises for himself and his friends to move around without being noticed. Also, he can make outfits for surviving in extreme weather and even armor for fighting.


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Although his ability is not meant for direct combat, it's very useful in supporting his allies. He thinks of his power as sorcery like many people from Wano do, and he knows that he becomes weak around water.

Kin'emon’s Relationships


Family


Tsurujo


Kin'emon in One Piece.
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Kin'emon is married to Tsurujo, his childhood friend from Wano. She cared deeply for him, urging him to change his ways. During the Mountain God Incident, he risked his life to rescue her. Despite 20 years of separation, their loyalty and love endure, leading to a joyous reunion.


Kozuki Family


Kozuki Oden


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon deeply admired and respected Kozuki Oden, the daimyo of Kuri. Oden's act of heroism during the Mountain God Incident and his willingness to take the blame for the beast's rampage inspired Kin'emon to dedicate his life to serving him. Despite their loyalty, Kin'emon and Oden did not always see eye to eye, especially when Oden expressed a desire to leave Wano.


Nevertheless, Kin'emon's loyalty and love for his master were unwavering. When Oden was executed, Kin'emon was devastated and determined to avenge him and fulfill his last wish of opening Wano's borders. Kin'emon's actions and dedication to emulating Oden's swordsmanship demonstrate his deep admiration for his late master.


Kozuki Momonosuke


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


As a loyal retainer of the Kozuki Family, Kin'emon deeply cares for Momonosuke, the young heir of the family and Oden's son. Kin'emon goes to great lengths to protect and support Momonosuke, pretending to be his father and keeping his identity hidden from enemies. He is willing to face powerful adversaries to ensure Momonosuke's safety.


Despite their non-biological relationship, Kin'emon treats Momonosuke as his own and displays a sense of jealousy towards him at times. Despite this, his loyalty and care for Momonosuke outweigh any personal feelings, and he remains dedicated to fulfilling his duty as a retainer and protector.


Kozuki Hiyori


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon cares deeply for Kozuki Hiyori, Momonosuke's younger sister and the daughter of his late master, Oden. He was overjoyed to learn that Hiyori was alive and relieved to see her well-mannered and grown-up after assuming the worst about her fate.


Friends and Allies


Denjiro


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon and Denjiro share a close bond and have been friends even before serving under Oden. They deeply admired and pledged to serve Oden together, and Kin'emon has always respected Denjiro's strength. Their camaraderie is evident in their shared mission to overthrow Orochi. However, Denjiro sometimes underestimates Kin'emon's leadership skills, attributing his success to sheer luck.


Raizo


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Raizo is a fellow comrade and ninja who traveled with Kin'emon to Zou. They maintain a strong camaraderie and loyalty towards each other, despite occasional disagreements. They share a common goal of avenging Oden and opening Wano's borders.


Inuarashi and Nekomamushi


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Still from the anime.


Initially surprised by the sight of talking animals, Kin'emon quickly came to view Inuarashi and Nekomamushi as trustworthy comrades and fellow retainers of Oden. He values their assistance and seeks their help in their revolution against Orochi and Kaido.


Kikunojo


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Still from the anime.


Kin'emon shares a good relationship with Kikunojo, as she respectfully refers to him as Kin-sama. He trusts her to keep watch of the enemy while they were away from Wano. They share a mutual respect for each other and are happy to see each other again after a long separation.


Ashura Doji


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Kin'emon has immense respect for Ashura Doji's strength and views him as an invaluable asset in their revolution against Orochi and Kaido. While there was initial resistance from Ashura, Kin'emon's determination and eventual apology lead to Ashura rejoining their cause.


Kawamatsu


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Still from the anime.


Kin'emon views Kawamatsu as a true companion and is relieved to see him alive after 20 years. Their understanding of Kin'emon's misunderstanding of Yasuie's message shows a strong bond of trust between them.


Shinobu


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Shinobu considers Kin'emon her mentor and greatly admires him as a leader. Kin'emon appreciates Shinobu's skills and dedication, welcoming her into their ranks as a retainer of Oden.


Straw Hat Pirates


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon's initial dislike for pirates, including the Straw Hat Pirates, gradually transformed as he spent more time with them during their adventures. He came to see them as crucial allies in the fight to free Wano and developed a respectful bond with some of the crew members. His relationship with Sanji started with bickering and pride clashes but evolved into mutual respect and trust.


With Zoro and Brook, he shares a special connection through their shared swordsmanship and honorable attitudes. However, his traditional views on women clashed with Nami's personality, leading to some misunderstandings. Despite these differences, Kin'emon remains a loyal and dedicated comrade to the Straw Hat Pirates on their journey to liberate Wano Country.


Monkey D. Luffy


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Luffy and Kin'emon initially crossed paths after the Punk Hazard incident, and Luffy was impressed by the talking legs. He allowed Kin'emon and Momonosuke to join them to find their comrade Kanjuro. Throughout their journey, Kin'emon assisted Luffy, earning his trust and respect.


They shared a desire to defeat Kaido, and Luffy considered Kin'emon a friend, offering him a place in his crew should he choose to become a pirate. Their alliance and shared goal strengthened their bond.


Roronoa Zoro


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon's relationship with Zoro began with hostility due to a misunderstanding about the sacred sword Shusui. However, he later recognized Zoro's strength and skill as a swordsman, praising him for his abilities.


He gave up his grudge against Zoro and agreed to Hiyori's decision to exchange Enma for Shusui with Zoro. He now considers Zoro a worthy bearer of Oden's blade and holds him in high regard.


Trafalgar Law


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Initially showing concern for Law's well-being during the Dressrosa Arc, Kin'emon now considers Law a comrade with a shared goal of defeating Kaido as part of the Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance.


Shimotsuki Yasuie


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon held immense respect and gratitude towards Yasuie for being one of Oden's greatest allies and for sponsoring him and the other Nine Red Scabbards during their training. He took Yasuie's advice to heart and underwent a significant change in his behavior. Yasuie's sacrifice deeply impacted Kin'emon, and he was heartbroken by losing his second benefactor after Oden.


Enemies


Kaido


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon holds intense hatred towards Kaido, viewing him as his arch-nemesis and the infamous pirate responsible for the downfall of the Kozuki Family and the suffering of Wano Country. He sees Kaido as a symbol of oppression and evil.


Despite his animosity, Kin'emon respects Kaido's strength and acknowledges his courage and resolve during the confrontation on Onigashima. Kin'emon vows to defy Kaido and declares that Luffy will become the Pirate King, outliving the Emperor.


Kurozumi Orochi


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon harbors great hatred for Orochi, the shogun who collaborated with Kaido to bring ruin to Wano. Orochi feared Kin'emon and his comrades, believing them to be part of a prophecy that foretold his downfall. During the revolution on Onigashima, Kin'emon and the Scabbards ruthlessly decapitated Orochi, seeking to avenge Oden and bring justice to Wano.


Kurozumi Kanjuro


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon and Kanjuro had a deep and seemingly genuine friendship, with Kin'emon considering him one of his most trusted allies. The revelation of Kanjuro's true identity as a spy for Orochi and his betrayal shattered their bond.


While Kin'emon still had some lingering respect for their time together, the pain and grief caused by Kanjuro's deception and manipulation deeply affected him. Despite the hurt, Kin'emon remained determined to bring down Orochi and Kaido and fulfill Oden's dream for Wano Country.


Donquixote Doflamingo


Kin'emon in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Kin'emon considered Doflamingo as an enemy due to his role in pursuing him, Kanjuro, and Momonosuke after they got separated and stranded at Dressrosa. Kin'emon played a part in contributing to Doflamingo's eventual downfall, and he became a target for Doflamingo's subordinates after being recognized through televised footage.


While their interactions were limited, Kin'emon's involvement in Dressrosa's events solidified Doflamingo as an adversary in his eyes.


Kin'emon in Other Media


Kin'emon in One Piece.
One Piece Treasure Cruise Cover.


In addition to the manga and its anime adaptation, Kin'emon also appeared in video games.


He is a playable character in the following games:


  • One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X

  • One Py Berry Match

  • One Piece Treasure Cruise

  • One Piece Bounty Rush

  • One Piece: Burning Will

  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 (DLC)


He also makes supporting appearances in:


  • One Piece: Burning Blood

  • One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum


Did You Know?


  • Kin'emon's name was inspired by Nakamura Kinnosuke, Oda's favorite Japanese actor.

  • Kin'emon has a fox theme associated with kitsune from Japanese folklore.

  • His epithet is "Foxfire" (狐火, kitsune-bi?), and he has a Devil Fruit ability to disguise himself and others.

  • His official introduction featured a Japanese scroll information box, which was adopted by his entire party except for Momonosuke's fake introduction.

  • He was introduced as "Donquixote Doflaemon" during his Doflamingo disguise, with a regular information box.

  • His good luck may reference his Devil Fruit, as the kanji for clothes (服) and good fortune (福) are pronounced the same way, "fuku."

  • His favorite foods include O-Tsuru's oshiruko and daikon, while his least favorite foods are tanuki udon and wine.

  • Kin'emon was one of Kozuki Oden's main retainers, and daikon is a main ingredient in oden.

  • Kin'emon resembles a fox in appearance.

  • Kin'emon enjoys touring teahouses with O-Tsuru as a hobby.


FAQs

Q. Who is Kin'emon in One Piece?

A. Kin'emon is a character in the manga and anime series "One Piece." He is a samurai from the Wano Country and a member of the Nine Red Scabbards, a group of loyal retainers to the Kozuki Family.

Q. What is Kin'emon's Devil Fruit power?

A. Kin'emon possesses the Fuku Fuku no Mi, a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit. This fruit allows him to transform small objects placed on a person's head into various articles of clothing. The clothes disappear when removed or damaged.

Q. Is Kin'emon a member of the Straw Hat Pirates?

A. As of the current events in the One Piece series, Kin'emon is not an official member of the Straw Hat Pirates. However, he has a strong bond with the crew and has fought alongside them in various battles.
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