Kasugai Crow were birds utilized as part of the Demon Extermination Corps, mostly for communication through the use of notes, or to inform hunters on new missions, but also for other reasons.
INFORMATION ABout Kasugai Crows
The crows were assigned one of the members of the organization following an Final Selection, so from the beginning, they began to develop a bond and sought to understand one the other.
One of the unique characteristics these crows had was the fact that they could speak or even utter complete sentences. However, their speech was generally chaotic and at times, it was very extremely limited. They resembled the majority of an ordinary bird, with the exception to Muichiro Tokito’s crow, who had long eyelashes, and could talk normally as well as Zenitsu Agatsuma’s Kasugai crow, Ukogi, which was actually a sparrow, and was unable to speak, however it was able to communicate via waving, pecking and whistling.
KNOWN KASUGAI CROW
It is also known as Matsuemon Tennoji (Tian TenWang nouSi zi Song matsuWei EMen mon Ten’noji Matsuemon?). Male gender. He had a great mind and could talk to his hunting companion. He was self-described and appeared to have a huge self-esteem.
It is also known as Ukogi (ukogi, Ukogi? )[4 and Chuntaro (chiyunTai taLang rou Chuntaro?). Male gender. In contrast to the other species beings, it was the type of bird that was a sparrow. It didn’t have the ability to speak , so it was required converse with the hunter the use of gestures and movements.
Also known as Kanzaburo (Kuan KanSan zabuLang rou, Kanzaburo?). Male gender. He was one of the longest mature crows. He often forgot to give hunter’s quests or tend to mislead others.
Name and gender not clear. It was believed to have communication abilities, and could mourn following the demise of the hunter.
Also known as Ginko (Yin Ginko, ginZi Ko, Ginko). Female gender. The woman had striking eyelashes and was extremely satisfied with her hunter. She didn’t seem to be in a good relationship with other crows hunting hunters.
Also known as Nijimaru (Hong NiziWan Maru, Nijimaru). Male gender. Fashionable, striking and often wearing jewelry. The crow was thought to be a style icon for the rest the crow.
The name is commonly used to refer to Urara (Li Urara, Urara). Female gender. A lot of times, she seemed to be agitated. She wore an elongated crown similar to that in Nichirin Sword. Nichirin Sword on her huntress.