Tatsunosuke, calling himself Mr. Diamond, is a thief that cannot do anything right. He later meets up with Tsubute and they become friends. He is totally useless when he is hungry.
Yayoi is Tatsunosuke's sister. While her brother is out, she grows vegetables so that they will not go hungry. She considers her brother useless since he cannot do anything right.
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Yagyu Renya is a government ninja who was sent to find Shigure and collect the Dragon Stone. He is cold-blooded and doesn't care if his men die before him.
Genza is a man who looks after Shigure while she lives in the hidden village. Despite Shigure trying to prove she isn't a child, he still treats her like one.
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