6 Things You Should Know about Kozuki Toki

Kozuki Toki, née Amatsuki, was the wife of the daimyo of Kuri, Kozuki Oden, and the mother of Momonosuke and Hiyori.

“Toki” is another name for the Japanese crested ibis, which follows Oda’s tradition of naming female characters after birds, as well as the Japanese word for “time”, matching the name and ability of her Devil Fruit.

The name Amatsuki combines the kanji for “heaven” (天) and “moon” (月).

Toki ate the Toki Toki no Mi, a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that enabled her to send herself and others forward in time. The greatest strength of the fruit is the user’s ability to transport out of dangerous situations by moving into the future, as shown when Toki transported her son and retainers to help them escape from the burning Oden Castle.
It is impossible to travel into the past, meaning that all trips forward in time are irreversible.

Born around 830 years before the present day, Toki spent her first 26 years jumping forward in time with her Devil Fruit ability.

At age 26, Toki was an average-sized woman with long dark hair that was kept back with the exception of two strands in front. She wore a flower with a chain of pearls on the right side of her hair. She also wore a short kimono with crescent moons resembling the Kozuki Family’s symbol on the bottom. She held a strong resemblance to her daughter.

Oden x Toki and Zoro x Hiyori Parallels

Kozuki Toki comes from the Void Century!