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Japanese name 白菊
Romaji name Shiragiku
Age 7
Hair color White
Eye color Red
Occupation Shrine maiden
Status Deceased/Ghost
Family Unknown
Appearances Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water
Voice actor (JPN) Natsumi Takamori
Voice actor (ENG) Sarah Pitard
I am a special sacrifice...I will never be able to die

—Shiragiku to Young Kunihiko Asou

Shiragiku (白菊) is a female character in Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water. She is a white-haired young girl who appears around Katashiro Shrine.



She is able to read people's minds (a skill known as Mitori) and shows up at the Katashiro Shrine with a hitogatami (人形見), a faceless doll, whispering mysterious words to visitors.

Shiragiku, being a Miko who is closer to death at a young age and was sentenced to live not longer than 7 years, has been chosen to be a sacrifice for Mt. Hikami. It is known that as long as the sacrifice is closer to death, the deeper is her understanding of the afterworld, and the longer she will be able to live as an eternal flower. Born with white hair and red eyes, she was not able to really make friends with her fellow Miko. One day, under the cherry blossom trees, she meets young Dr. Kunihiko Asou, and there their friendship bloomed. At the day of the festival, she explains that the sacrifice is given the privilege to choose her future partner. She offers Asou her spirit item: a bundle of her hair, as a sign of their promise. Unfortunately, as time passed, Dr. Asou had forgotten this promise and was not able to return to Shiragiku's side.


Endings related to Shiragiku can be found here.


Shiragiku with her doll.

When Shiragiku attacks the character, she can raise the faceless doll in front of her, and then appear two more false Shiragikus (if you photograph them, they will disappear, and in their place will remain two dolls).


  • The name Shiragiku means "white" (白) (shira) and "chrysanthemum" (菊) (kiku/giku). 


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