A swordswoman who has been cleaning out the Tsukumogami crawling around the capital in order to avenge her mother. Although Hanabusa is usually a very composed girl, when it comes to Tsukumogami her temper explodes. Her private vendetta makes her appear mature for a girl of her age. She’s insanely into pickled foods.
A servant of the mountain god. Komiya received the Gokon Sword from Ohachi, Hanabusa’s mother, and was asked to pass it over to Hanabusa. He actas polite before those of higher rank while treating those in inferior standing like trash. Komiya has a sweet tooth for beautiful women and hits on them with no regard for the situation.
Hanabusa’s sword teacher. Okuni leads her troupe in the Craftsman District. She’s breezy, truthful and popular among the young and old alike. Okuni works as a performing artist; now that she has mastered the miko dance, she’s striving to create a brand new dance performance.
The only son of a swordsmith in the Craftsman District. Kotetsu is such a smart and able young man that the artisans around him have strong expectations for his future. He admires Hidetada, Hanabusa’s father, who was the best craftsman in the Capital, and his goal is to make a sword on part with the Gokon sword. Harbors hidden feelings toward his childhood friend Waka.
A young miko dance performer who works in the Craftsman District. She’s so careless that even Kotetsu, who’s younger than her, is deeply worried about her. Even though Waka was born between poor parents, she trained under Okuni and is now trying to return her parent’s sacrifices.