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Flower Breathing ( (はな) () (きゅう) Hana no kokyū?) is a Breathing Style derived from Water Breathing.


Flower Breathing is a Breathing Style that mimics flowers and fruits and replicates with the user's movements, techniques and abilities. Most, if not all, known techniques and forms are a combination of graceful attacks that focus on agility. This Breathing Style also enhances and utilizes one's vision, albeit at the possible cost of their eyesight. Users of Flower Breathing also visualize themselves seemingly creating and manipulating flowers when unleashing its techniques.

Breathing Style Relationship Chart


Known Users

Known Users
Kanae Kocho
Kanao Tsuyuri
Kanae Kocho Kanao Tsuyuri

Known Techniques

Flower Breathing originally has at least 7 techniques, 5 known techniques including the Final Form.

  • Second Form: Honorable Shadow Plum ( () (かた)   () (かげ) (うめ) Ni no kata: Mikage Ume?)[1] - The user releases several rotating sword slashes that deflects incoming physical attacks.
  • Fourth Form: Crimson Hanagoromo ( () (かた)   (べに) (はな) (ごろも) Shi no kata: Beni Hanagoromo?)[2] - The user unleashes single sword slash that curves and twists gracefully.
  • Fifth Form: Peonies of Futility ( () (かた)   (あだ) (しゃく) (やく) Go no kata: Ada no Shakuyaku ?)[3] - The user unleashes a flurry of nine consecutive attacks that flow and weave in on themselves.
  • Sixth Form: Whirling Peach ( (ろく) (かた)   (うず) (もも) Roku no kata: Uzumomo?)[4] - A technique used after or during evasion, the user spins around moving with their body weight to deliver an attack.
  • Final Form: Equinoctial Vermilion Eye ( (つい) (かた)   () (がん) (しゅ) (がん) Tsui no kata: Higan Shugan?)[5] - A focusing technique that raises the user's kinetic vision to its maximum, while using this technique the user perceives the world as if it were in slow motion. Usage of the technique, however, is highly dangerous, as the tremendous strain on the eyes could cause blood vessels to rupture and lead to partial or complete blindness.[6] This technique is still usable even if the user only has one fully functional eye.[7]


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  1. Kimetsu no Yaiba Manga: Chapter 158 (Page 5).
  2. Kimetsu no Yaiba Manga: Chapter 143 (Page 14).
  3. Kimetsu no Yaiba Manga: Chapter 158 (Page 4).
  4. Kimetsu no Yaiba Manga: Chapter 158 (Page 7).
  5. Kimetsu no Yaiba Manga: Chapter 162 (Page 18).
  6. Kimetsu no Yaiba Manga: Chapter 162 (Page 19).
  7. Kimetsu no Yaiba Manga: Chapter 202 (Page 16-17).