A young woman who becomes the Medicine Seller's companion
23 years old
Long hair, curly
Harumi plays with her hair when bored and drums her fingers when nervous
Harumi has difficulty remembering her life before meeting the medicine seller, so she seeks security. Despite not knowing much about her companion, she feels like being near him is safe.
Harumi only knows her name, how old she is and that she was cared for by a doctor for a long period of time. While she knows a lot, she can't say how she knows it.
Harumi believes that most people will do anything for the right amount of money, and because of that she has a general distrust in people.
Singing, weather watching
Harumi has a very poor immune system
Reading, Writing, Painting, Music
Harumi was always very sickly, so she spent a lot of time in bed being treated by doctors. When she became of age, her parents tried countless times to get her to marry someone who was, was related to, or who could afford an on call doctor. After a while, Harumi was tired of listening to suitors gripe about marrying someone of poor health, and felt badly that her parents were so exhausted, so she planned to run away. After smelling some hypnotic incense which would allow her to forget her past, she left in hopes of being unable to return, and maybe permitting her some happiness.
- Before meeting the Medicine Seller, Harumi hadn't spent much time outside, so she looked even more sickly
- Harumi sometimes writes poetry and sticks it on walls of buildings. There's only a few that she's given to the Medicine Seller, which he keeps in his box.
- Harumi likes the bells on the scales and on the magic sword
- Harumi's kimono is a furisode, but she often tucks the long sleeves into her waistband so they doesn't get in the way
- While she's never had a pet, Harumi's always wanted one
- Harumi's knowledge of medicine comes from listening to doctors talk around her and from listening to the Medicine Seller
- Harumi smells sweet with an undertone of flowers
- Harumi doesn’t like the Ohaguro trend, she thinks it looks scary
- Harumi painted a picture of her and the Medicine Seller, with their faces obstructed by their kimono sleeves as they exchanged gifts. She's not sure what the significance of the imagery is, but she feels it's important.
- Harumi doesn't like calling the Medicine Seller "Kusuriuri", so she calls him "Onii-chan". This has caused some confusion about their relationship.
- A few things Harumi remembers is that both her parents are alive, she's an only child, she used to play with her cousins, and she wasn't happy at home. But she doesn't know who anyone in her family is or where she used to live.
- Harumi is easily startled, but not easily scared