Hinowa was a young woman with blue eyes and light red hair, which she tied up. Her clothes were black and white in color and left her midriff bare. She wore some armor on her arms and knees. She also wore a light blue headband, another light blue piece of cloth around her waist and two circular earrings.
Hinowa was very ambitious and wanted her name to be known all over Wakoku. This was also shown when she wanted to personally claim the head of the enemy commander. She cared greatly for both her family and the men under her command. She was also brave and boarded the enemy ship first, ahead of her men.
Hinowa was a fisherman of Soukai. She was captain of her own ship and attacked the forces of the Tenrou nation to assist the Saryuu nation. While the battle was won and she even personally killed the Tenrou nation commander Sakuza, she was killed by Yomihime afterwards.
Skills and Equipment
Hinowa was a skilled swordsman. she was capable of single-handedly slaying a sea monster, which usually took a group of soldiers to defeat, with just a single slash. She also effortlessly killed enemy soldiers and even their commander Sakuza, who was an experienced warrior. Even an exceptionally strong fighter like Yomihime, who Hinowa was able to slightly injure for the first time in her life, remarked Hinowa was a strong fighter.
She was a skilled captain, and knew how to navigate her ship.
She was also a capable cook, as shown when she expertly prepared a dish for her men.
Hinowa was also a good leader through commanding her unit as a Captain, as her presence and her speeches are capable of communicating her units morale boosts. Later, this trait was passed down to her daughter who also owns a natural trait of leadership. One of her underlings, Fumio, later joins her daughter's unit.
- Her daughter, Hinata, took her name after her death. Hinata did this to achieve her mother's dream of making her name known all over Wakoku.
- Later, her daughter surpass her in ranks as after Battle of Shiranui, Hinata was promoted into a General.