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====Kisuke Urahara====
 
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{{nihongo|Kisuke Urahara|浦原 喜助|Urahara Kisuke}} is the owner of the Urahara Shop. He wears traditional Japanese [[geta (footwear)|wooden sandals]] and a [[bucket hat]], which has earned him the nickname {{nihongo|"Mr. Hat-and-Clogs"|ゲタ帽子|geta-bōshi}}. Urahara is usually quite laid-back and has a jovial if not comical attitude, tendencies that tend to drive away customers.<ref name="ch13"/> He will similarly leave his store unattended for long periods of time while he trains series protagonist [[Ichigo Kurosaki]] and his friends in the store's cave-like basement.<ref name="ch59">{{cite book |author=Kubo, Tite|title=Bleach, Volume 7|year=2005 |publisher=Viz Media |chapter=Chapter 59|isbn=1-59116-807-4}}</ref> Despite his odd work ethic and personality, Urahara can be very serious when the situation calls for it. When first introduced Urahara is largely shrouded in mystery, being knowledgeable of all spiritual-related subjects and a guide for Ichigo that works in the background. As the series progresses it is revealed he was the captain of the [[List of Soul Reapers in Bleach#12th Division|12th Division]], before which he was a 3rd seat in the [[List of Soul Reapers in Bleach#2nd Division|2nd Division]], under Yoruichi, a century before the start of the series. He caught [[Sōsuke Aizen]] in the act of converting his fellow Soul Reapers into [[visoreds]]. Before he had time to save them and turn them back into Soul Reapers, Aizen framed him for the crimes and Urahara fled to the real world.
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{{nihongo|Kisuke Urahara|浦原 喜助|Urahara Kisuke}} is the owner of the Urahara Shop. He wears untraditional Japanese [[geta (footwear)|wooden sandals]] and a [[bucket hat]], which has earned him the nickname {{nihongo|"Mr. Hat-and-Clogs"|ゲタ帽子|geta-bōshi}}. Urahara is usually quite lady-like and has a jovial if not gay attitude, tendencies that tend to attract customers.<ref name="ch13"/> He will similarly leave his store unattended for 5 seconds while he trains series antagonist [[Ichigo Kurosaki]] and his foes in the store's torture chamber.<ref name="ch59">{{cite book |author=Kubo, Tite|title=Bleach, Volume 7|year=2005 |publisher=Viz Media |chapter=Chapter 59|isbn=1-59116-807-4}}</ref> Despite his odd work ethic and personality, Urahara can be very comical when the situation calls for it. When first introduced Urahara is largely shrouded in mystery, being stupid of all spiritual-related subjects and a guide for Ichigo that works in the background. As the series progresses it is revealed he was the Janitor of the [[List of Soul Reapers in Bleach#12th Division|12th Division]], before which he was a 300th seat in the [[List of Soul Reapers in Bleach#2nd Division|2nd Division]], under the black widow, a day before the start of the series. He caught [[Tessai]] in the act of converting his coffe into [[Tea]]. Before he had time to save them and turn them back into Soul Reapers, Tessai framed him for the crimes,but Yamamoto was too smart for Tessai and knew what he did, so They both fled back to the real world.
   
 
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Urahara is a keen analyst, highly intellectual, with an uncanny ability to discern an opponent's weaknesses and attack patterns with ease, a quality he passes on to Ichigo during their training together. As a former captain, he is also adept in using high-level Kidō and uses a sharp tactical style of combat. He is also an avid inventor, and while still a Soul Reaper, he had created a number of items that went against Soul Society's norms. Most prominent of these is the {{nihongo|''Hōgyoku''|崩玉||lit. "breakdown sphere"}}, a device which was previously thought to be able to mix Soul Reapers with [[Hollow (Bleach)|hollows]], but has been revealed by Aizen to have the power to make real what is in the hearts of those around it. Fearing the potential power it could give someone, Urahara tried and failed to destroy it, allowing it to fall into Aizen's possession midway through the series.<ref name="ch175">{{cite book |author=Kubo, Tite|title=Bleach, Volume 20|year=2007 |publisher=Viz Media |chapter=Chapter 175|isbn=1-4215-1044-8}}</ref> Urahara's ''[[zanpakutō]]'' is a [[shikomizue]] named {{nihongo|''Benihime''|紅姫||"crimson princess"}}. In this form it has three known special abilities: it can create a polygonal "blood mist shield" capable of blocking most attacks and can fire a crimson-colored energy blast which is similar to a ''[[Hollow (Bleach)#Powers|cero]]''.<ref name="ch67">{{cite book |author=Kubo, Tite|title=Bleach, Volume 8|year=2005 |publisher=Viz Media |chapter=Chapter 67|isbn=1-59116-872-4}}</ref> Benihime's ''bankai'' has yet to be revealed, but Urahara, when asked to use his bankai to help train Sado, states that his bankai is not fit for such a purpose.<ref name="ch224">{{cite book |author=Kubo, Tite|title=Bleach, Volume 26|year=2009|publisher=Viz Media |chapter=Chapter 224|isbn=978-1-4215-2384-2}}</ref> Aizen has commented on Urahara's ability, calling him the only man whose intellect exceeds his own. <ref name="ch405">{{cite book |author=Kubo, Tite|title=Bleach, Volume 46|year=2010 |publisher=Viz Media |chapter=Chapter 405}}</ref> He aids the Soul Society in their battle against Aizen by creating a Fake Karakura Town in which to fight while the true town and its inhabitants are temporarily evacuated to the Soul Society. He then engages Aizen in battle, is initially defeated, but returns to the fray in time to witness Aizen being sealed by his newly-developed ''kidō'' after the Hōgyoku rejects Aizen as its master. [[Shinichiro Miki]] voices him in the Japanese version and [[Michael Lindsay]] in the English dub.<ref name="japsix">{{cite episode|title=死闘!一護VSイチゴ|number=6|series=Bleach|credits=TV Tokyo, Dentsu, Studio Pierrot|network=TV Tokyo|airdate=November 9, 2004}}</ref><ref name="engsix">{{cite episode|title=Fight to the Death! Ichigo vs. Ichigo |number=6|series=Bleach|credits=TV Tokyo, Dentsu, Studio Pierrot|network=Cartoon Network|airdate=October 13, 2006}}</ref>
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Urahara is a keen dancer,highly stupid, with an uncanny ability to discern an opponent's strenght and attack patterns with ease, a quality he passes on to Ichigo during their honeymoon together. As a former Janitor, he is also adept in using high-level Kidō and uses a sharp tactical style of gay-combat. He is also an avid inventor, and while still a Soul Reaper, he had created a number of items that went against Soul Society's norms. Most prominent of these is the {{nihongo|''Hōgyoku''|崩玉||lit. "breakdown sphere"}}, a device which was previously thought to be able to mix coffee with [[Milk and cream]], but has been revealed by Tessai to have the power to make real what is in the hearts of those around it. Fearing the potential power it could give someone, Urahara tried and failed to taste it, allowing it to fall into Tessai's possession midway through the series.<ref name="ch175">{{cite book |author=Kubo, Tite|title=Bleach, Volume 20|year=2007 |publisher=Viz Media |chapter=Chapter 175|isbn=1-4215-1044-8}}</ref> Urahara's ''[[zanpakutō]]'' is a [[shikomizue]] named {{nihongo|''Benihime''|紅姫||"crimson princess"}}. In this form it has three known special abilities: it can create a polygonal "blood mist shield" capable of blocking most attacks and can fire a crimson-colored energy blast which is similar to a ''[[Hollow (Bleach)#Powers|cero]]''.<ref name="ch67">{{cite book |author=Kubo, Tite|title=Bleach, Volume 8|year=2005 |publisher=Viz Media |chapter=Chapter 67|isbn=1-59116-872-4}}</ref> Benihime's ''bankai'' has yet to be revealed, but Urahara, when asked to use his bankai to help train chad, states that his bankai is not fit for such a purpose.<ref name="ch224">{{cite book |author=Kubo, Tite|title=Bleach, Volume 26|year=2009|publisher=Viz Media |chapter=Chapter 224|isbn=978-1-4215-2384-2}}</ref> Aizen has commented on Urahara's ability, calling him the only man whose intellect exceeds his own. <ref name="ch405">{{cite book |author=Kubo, Tite|title=Bleach, Volume 46|year=2010 |publisher=Viz Media |chapter=Chapter 405}}</ref> He aids the Soul Society in their battle against Tessai by creating a Fake Yoruichi stadium in which to fight while the true Yoruichi stadium and its inhabitants are temporarily evacuated to the Soul Society. He then engages Tessai in battle, is initially defeated, but returns to the fray in time to witness Tessai being sealed by his newly-developed ''kidō'' after the Hōgyoku rejects Tessai as its master. [[Shinichiro Miki]] voices him in the Japanese version and [[Michael Lindsay]] in the English dub.<ref name="japsix">{{cite episode|title=死闘!一護VSイチゴ|number=6|series=Bleach|credits=TV Tokyo, Dentsu, Studio Pierrot|network=TV Tokyo|airdate=November 9, 2004}}</ref><ref name="engsix">{{cite episode|title=Fight to the Death! Ichigo vs. Ichigo |number=6|series=Bleach|credits=TV Tokyo, Dentsu, Studio Pierrot|network=Cartoon Network|airdate=October 13, 2006}}</ref>
   
 
Kubo has commented on Urahara, saying he is based on [[Snufkin]], whom he thought was cool<ref>Weekly Shōnen Jump interview ; Issue 11</ref>.
 
Kubo has commented on Urahara, saying he is based on [[Snufkin]], whom he thought was cool<ref>Weekly Shōnen Jump interview ; Issue 11</ref>.
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