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Yagyū is a character from the Senran Kagura videogame series. She makes her debut in Senran Kagura: Portrait of Girls.
She is voiced by Kaori Mizuhashi in the Japanese version of the anime, and by Bryn Apprill in the English version of the anime.
Yagyū is a quiet girl with long white hair. It is tied into twintails with small shuriken. In turnover, she wears a brown jacket over a long sleeved white shirt, a red plaid skirt, calf-high black socks, and brown dress shoes. She dons a black mantle with triangle shapes for trim and two extending tails. Her right eye is covered with an eyepatch.
Yagyū is a stoic and quiet girl, usually modest of her own ability, yet still very aware and in tune with it. She is also a very distant girl, preferring to keep things to herself and relying on no one. However, she sees Hibari as a little sister (because her biologica sister, Nozomi, died in a car accident), the two girls are always capable of making the other smile. She is extremely protective of Hibari, often rushing to her aid without delay and without question. Although this has saved Hibari on numerous occasions, it has also led Yagyū to underestimate her to a certain degree or even to Yagyū's own misfortune. She also has a habit of eating whole dried squid without chopsticks or her hands.