Kisuke Urahara Benihime Walking Street Style Cane

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Description:

You have seen his Awaken Zanpakuto (Shikai), NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY KISUKE SHIKOMIZUE. This Cane was inspired by the character named Urahara. His Zanpakuto is Benihime which is known as "Crimson Princess". This cane comes with an all-natural wood handle with a steel shaft and chartreuse finish. The bottom of the cane carries the mark of the flaming skull which can be seen on Urahara's Cane. Now walk down the street in style with your your favorite character's cane and attain your own bankai. More About Kisuke Urahara: Kisuke Urahara is a former captain of the 12th Division of the Gotei 13. He is also the founder and the first president of the Shinigami Research Institute. Mayuri Kurotsuchi succeeded him in both positions. It is known that Kisuke used himself as a test subject to attain the bankai of his zanpakut in three days, rather than the usual hundreds of years of combat experience. Yoruichi supervised him while he did the training. Kisuke also commented that Ichigo has more potential than himself if Ichigo did the same training. This is true as Ichigo had in fact taken half a day less than Kisuke to learn his bankai. At some point (about 100 years before the main Anime storyline), Kisuke was sentenced to exile by Soul Society for creating an untraceable gigai which caused the spiritual power of the shinigami inside it to deteriorate and transformed them into humans, as well as the Orb of Distortion. Yoruichi Shihouin helped him escape and, for reasons yet unknown, ran away with him as well. He also seems to be an acquaintance of Isshin Kurosaki, Ichigo Kurosaki's father, and of Ryken Ishida, Uryu Ishida's father. Kisuke Urahara's zanpakut is Benihime, Crimson Princess or "Red Princess". It is one of the few known female zanpakut. When sealed, Benihime takes the form of a shikomizue (a blade hidden inside Urahara's cane).

 

Specifications:

Overall length 35 Inches
Shaft: Steel
Handle Material: Natural Wood
Features: Rubber Shock Absorber


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